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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

9m WW? IJ ( i The Rusk Cherokeean WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 102* WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROU S CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUMK IT, NO. 6 Platbook Warrant Case Is Settled. The suit stykd J. W. Yarbor- ongh vs Cnerokee county, which has b-jm pending in the District C <urt for some time, was tried b fore Judge Hodges last Fri- day and Saturday, and by him . T„ ab'e coming which was brought tiken under advisement. In. _ .r o the meantime the litigant* and their attorneys got together and effected a compromise resulting in the dismissal of the suit This action was based upon what has been known as the Har- per Pat Book Warrants, issued in 1918, for work in connection with an effort to collect the de- linquent taxes due the county. The original contract price wa- something like $24,000, and ol'this sum about S 10,000 had been piid. Warrants lor the balance were issued ...

Publication Title: Rusk Cherokeean, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

gp, \w. I !:| i l I I 1 ** «US IBP m* ••' V, j' TWO THE RUSK CHEBOKXEAN ?. .??Pw;¥ ^'7^^f; ts%* i JB| V" ■ ';-• ■ ''', . Card Of Thanks. We wish to thaDk our friends for their kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our 1 itile daughter. Especially do we wish toexpress our appreciation of the touching floral offerings. The memory of your tend- erness and thoughtfulness will ever bo fondly cherished. Mr. and Mrs C. H. Weaver. Mesd roe6 T. H. SinfrleUry and Burke of Alto returned from Gal ve - tou where they went to attend the State Florist -Convention. Mrs. Singletar.v reports she got lots of good out *f the meetings, also bought a new supply of stock, such as baskets ribbons and etc. The best thing she reported was the school of instruction, which was very helpful to all, as the floral offerings were beautiful, one piece especially. being a $i50 dollar casket spray. Personal Items I I 8 VERY LOW PRICES I will make very LOW Prices on all Mer- chandise for the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

m- 5 % PAGE The Rusk Cherokeean •i weekly n«w p«p«r f'riday morning at 1 Ottunty, Texas. mblUriMd every tusk. Cherokee II* O. WARD, Editor and Publielier Pearl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & Pub Oilier Phone 316 :-. aered as secund-ctM* matter, July (6, 1919. at die poet office at Rusk, T'!xa<i, under tho Act ot March 3, 1«79. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $ 1.50 Six Month*. .76 Three Months. .40 It has been frequently remark* ed, since gasoline went up two cents per gallon, that parking space seems scarcer than before. That stands to reason, as they can r.ot afford to run the cars and must have some place to parK them. O In looking over a church budg- et, or financial statement, if you (ever do, you will note that those who favor the hieh-sala-ied min- isters and are great for display, are the last ones to "dab down" when it comes to paying. OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: I grant him a white man's place oil earth, If his game is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

: v.Vv."- v,« ,i! v • " •.■•• • ■ •• ' : I I f t f f V ? V II li §''•'•'aft C<I *3 •OJO 0 ox> A cd • ii- x * f* Mmm Starting Friday Morning, July 19tl This is the season of the year thai every thrifty, far-seeing housewife or chandising system to save money, because this is the sea: in declares a house-cleaning of merchandise. This annual h a custom, it is a necessity, if the nmlyi And please do not get the idea that the merchandise which we offer at sacrifice prices during this |reat sacrifice are thousands of articles that are as staple and needed in the home one month as another. Many per cent under prices previously charged for them, because of the necessity of "clearing the decks" at what the progressive merchant calls prices which you know means a tremendous saving to you, and then come to this BIG ANNUAL SALE with assurance that you will find li STOP! Boys' $1.25 and $1.50 ENGLISH* BROADCLOTH SHIRTS Going at 85c - ^ A- I - jSllI S'v^# i • •viSi. r 7^ i L /x.. M i\ ; <...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

• * 19th, Lasting Through July 26th. wife or purchaser for the family, may take advantage of a regular mer- ;ea:;pn of the year that a progressive and successful merchant nn?Jal house cleaning of merchandise stocks is not merely nmlynt is to keep his stocks up to date. this llreat Annual July Clearance Sale is confined strictly to Summer merchandise, because, included in the r. Many articles that you need the year 'round may be purchased now at savings ranging from 25 to 50 merchait calls the end of the season which to the purchaser has really just begun. Look over the items listed in this advertisement at ou will find hundreds of other bargains just as attractive. ? Chene Gowns; low Men, This Sale Is for You, Too. Wake Up to These Values! We can't list very many items on this page, but you will find hundieds more at the store. Come Early! Men's Fine Clothing—I. & S. Bing and Korrekt Klothing. At a price that fits 'em ali. Tropical Worsted, Gaberdine and Twists. All wool summer ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

K; ■ SIX 1 No. 887 Official Statement of the Finaneul Condition of the First State Bank, at Ponta, Statu of Texas, at the close u( buslnoss un tlio'Mill. it<ty of June. 193s), publlsh- ed lii Tbu liusk OheroUoouu. a newspaper prluted anil published *t ltuak, State of Texas, on the lVtb. day of July, liKU. UKSOUKOKS Loans and discount* on personal or collateralwecurUy— ♦24,485.91) Loansjiecuredby real estate 8.940.38 Overdrafts,! Bonds, Stocks and other securities - .... BanUlntfHouse, il.300,00. Puruiture nad Fixtures 1919.00 - - - - i.249.00 Real Estate owned other than bankin* house ... - l,:tsj.33 Cash on baud — — ~ ~ ' 4.MMJS Due from Approved Keser e Agents - 1.354 4a Other Hesources, Collections - .... :iou.(m TOTAL 40.550.43 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid lu ------ r - 112.500.00 Undivided ProUts, net • - 312.->4 Individual Deposits, subject to check, including time deposits due in ;I0 days - - J20.507.ti9 Bills Payable - 7.200.1") TOTAL 40,850.4 STATE OF TEXAS. I Count...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

Mrs. Laura Goolsby. The body of Mrs. Laura Gools by, ividow of the late J. T. Gools- by, who died at Baylor hospital, Dallas, Saturday morning, was brought to Ter ell lor burial Sunday afternoon, the funeral service bt intr held at the funeral home ol the Anderson-Clayton Undertaking Company, Rev. Clcmmons of Dallas conduced the services. Mrs. Goolsby was 09 years of age at the time uf her death. Until 10 years ago she was a tes- ident of Terrell, moving from here to Dallas to be with children living there. FTer husband, J. T. Goolsby. was for many yeais a prominent cotton man of this city. He died in the latter 90s. Wleven children survive, one having died in infancy. The children are as follows: Mrs, Ada Lynch, Forth Worth; Mrs. C. J. Kel'y, Deming, N. M.; Mrs. Bob Tevis, Burkburnett; Miss Virginia Goolsby, Dallas! Miss Sue Goolsby, Denver, Colo.; Bob Goolsby, Cleburne; Elbert Goolsby, Abilene; Claude Gools- by, Dallas; Harvey and Frank Goolsby, Terrell, and Tom Gools- by Ru>k,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 19 July 1929

THE RUSE CHEROKEE AN f I £ f. ' s ;w?f ■ ... ■ ' • O'V:' '• ' "> ' rijft 'WS mmmmm ake two minutes to day- Today—have the oil in your crank- case checked at a Texaco Service Station. Let the Texaco man draw off a pint. Examine it with him for body —for purity. If it is still in good shape he will tell you so honestly—frankly. If it is "winter-worn," thinned out by an ex- cessive use of the choke and by "wet" gasoline he will suggest that you allow him to drain off the old oil and refill your crankcase with fresh Texaco Golden Motor Oil—clean, clear, pure. It has the full body to lubricate effici- ently at any speed, at any temperature. For the long run it pays to insist on Texaco. THE TEXAS COMPANY TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TEXACO GOLDEN MOTOR OIL FULL BODY CLEAN-CLEAR-PURE TEX'ACO K&tt&KTO'' aaea wmmam R. L. HATCHETT, Distributor, Rusk, Texas A None Better Texaco Gasoline I 'V; V . Texaco Motor Oil We handle it exclusively, and guarantee its Purity and Satisfaction. More...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 July 1929

il jr I II U i i * Q • I i • • : -'i ■ * RUSK WITH WHICH IS CONSOI 'DATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL Originally Established February 27, 1860. Four Indicted In Wilson Case. CHEROKEEAN RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1929 WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE COUNTY VOLUME II, NO. 0 f ^ Ty'er, July 21.—Four persons were under indictment Satur- day by the Smith county grand jury, growing out ol' testimony given at the Loys Wilson trial here last March, when Wilson was given three years for killing the Rev. Fount Wallace, Troup Baptist preacher. Those indicted were Mrs. Mae Wilson, wife of Loys Wilson; .7. L. Farley, cafe owner and for- mer constable; Edgar Cash, car- penter and farmer, all charged with perjury, and A. S. Wilson, uncle of Loys Wilson, charged with "attempt at subornation of perjury." Mrs. Mae Wilson's indictment charges that she testified 1' Isely wh n she swore ihat she met the Rev Fount Wallace at the home of M rs. Laura Dobbs in Tyler on th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 July 1929

'mssmm sag r VERY LOW PRICES I will make very LOW Prices on all Mer- chandise for the rest of the montq. My stock is complete and am receiving al- most every day the kind of merchandise you need right now. I sell Feed and Groceries CHEAPER and always have a good stock. Large Stock and small overhead is one reason why I can make the prices right Get my prices on Alll your - ants And You wili gi.e us the business. JOE B. COPELAND East Side Public Square >5; JV W. Bate* and. F. D. Huaton, of Nacogdoches, were here Mon- day on business. •3«r It Witt Pl> wi." 8«y'h with out. Cut flowira, pot plant*, fuacrai; Bill Vining was a visitor in 'Jacksonville, Sunday. Astor Theatre Wei., Thar., and Fri. Nites '> G. T. M. disiiftctait prevents dliiw ky keeping yoir premises rid of terms. ' At C. E. Jay's. Dr. P. E. Jones, Frauk and J( e Conner and J. S. Sylvester, of $2.00 Sale Manhattan Shirts Ponta, were visitors here this Saturday, at Odom's. j week. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Me...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 July 1929

tneroieean W&tit :;-WJ£S I II i- a JI' IF PUPPI PAdB THRl'.B 1 wfH H* 0. WARD, Editor and Publialter P«arl L. Ward, Asst. Editor & I'uh Office Phone 311 % -n Entered u second-clrj* matter, July 16, 1919. at the poatoffice at Rusk, T aaas, antler ti«? Act of March S, 187*. -H SCRIPTlbN RATES: Qu Yaar ' I 1.50 Six Month*. .76 Thraa Moatha— .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way be makes his prayer I grant him a white man's place on earth, If Ws game is on the square. If he piays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; All rank but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that, There may be method in the effusiveness of the man who al ways Kisses his wife goodbye when leaving home. He may be trying to distract her mind from money matters Aft Englishwoman committed suicide through sheer worry. This &ct! was justified if such rashness can ever be excused. If it waa not for worry...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 July 1929

VAGB IOD* Vet•S'tf' V'V. , I o 1 il u. B= ' • fir iNMiiilHiyi—Vifilht ^CHEVROLET *r~ -a ^ is in the price range of the four / The Chevrolet Six is scoring a sensational nationwide success because it provides everything you want in a fine, sturdy auto- mobile—yet it actually sells in the price range of the four. fori 1 BKF A A BKB 1 b factory ™Flint, Mich. you can now buy in the CHEVROLET SIX Six-Cylinder Smoothness The inherent balance of six-cylindcr, valve- in-head design assures the smooth, velvety flow of power that distinguishes the fine automobile. Six-Cylinder Acceleration A non-detonating, high-compression cyl- inder head and automatic acceleration pump give the new Chevrolet Six remark- able qualities of acceleration. Better than 20 Miles to the Gallon Chevrolet engineers spent years of research and development to perfect a six-cylinder motor that delivers better than twenty miles to the gallon. Beautiful Fisher Bodies Rare ber.uty, smartness and comfort are provided in the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 July 1929

„ lift m;:- !• Of iaekMnvilU Palace Theatre >k«e County'* Talking Picture Theatre THUB.-FKI.-SAT JOHN BOLES A Jacksonville Boy STARRING IN 'THE -WITH- JOHNNY ARTHUR, MYRNA LOY, LOUISE FAZENDA Spectacular Singing Success COMEDY—NEWS MONDAY & TUESDAY Texas Guinan EN THE "Queen of The Night Club" WITH Eddie Foy, Llla Lee Make Whocpeewith the Princess of Good Cheer ODDITIES—NEWS—FABLES WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY 'Lion and the Mouse1 WITH Lionel Barrymore May McVey WHAT CAN'T A WOMAN DO ? COMEDY—REVIEW — IB K08X C8BK0UUUN PAG1 ftVB Card Of Thanks We want each one who helped in any way, in tne staging of the play, '•It Happened at Midnight," to accept this word as a personal expression of our appreciation. Estiecially do we want to thank those of other churches who so graciously helped us. The Woman's Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Church. Ifolp Wanted. Reliable man wanted to run McNess business, $*.00 to $12,00 daily profits. No capital or experience required, wonderful opportunity. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 26 July 1929

■ ■ I " Jfri y .''i: mm lr i in- L%fl V*3 , i r, TBI tEEAN • • ■; - <r- , ; ■? . > ■ 1 I/, \ ^ know their business . . and willing, efficient service is a part of every Texaco man's business, whether you pull in for gasoline, oil and a greasing job or just air for your tires. He elected to sell Texaco Golden Motor Oil because experience has taught' him that it is a superior motor oil. It is spe- cially refined from selected crudes. Its clear, golden color is proof of its purity. Its full body gives definite assurance of clean, efficient lubrication at any speed, at any temperature. Today—stop where you see the Texaco Red Star with the Green T. You'll like the service. Your car will appreciate the oil. THE TEXAS COMPANY TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS TEXACO GOLDEN MOTOR OIL FULL BODY CLEAN-CLEAR-PURE A None Better Texaco Gasoline ..And.. Texaco Motor Oil We handle it exclusively, and guarantee its Purity and Satisfaction. More Mileage and Greater Satisfaction. The Services of Our Fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1929

¥■ U • Rusk Chero i WITH WHICH IS CONSOLIDATED THE PRESS-JOURNAL WORKING FOR A GREATER RUSK AND A MORE PROSPEROUS CHEROKEE CO JNTY originally Established February 27, 1850. RUSK, CHEROKEE COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, f!)2f VOLi.'MK NO. 7 v ft"* © Rusk Students At Lon Morris College. Jack onville, Texas, July 30.— Four former Ruskstudentrwere members of fie Lin Morris Col- lege student b >dy last .year. They are Harmon Schochler, son of Mr. arid Mrs J. B. Schochler; Le and Ward, son of Mr. and Mis. W. T. Ward; W. E. Hid; and Grady I win. son of Mr and Mrs. John Irwin, of Reklaw. Woman Gets 3 Yaars j Criminal Docket Being On A Liquor Charge, j Slowly Reduced. ^Harmon Schochler. Grady Irwin. These students gained much prominence in the affairs of the collet during their stay here and in this time made many friends They were i lentified with various clubs and organi- zations of the sehonl. W. E. Hill. I.rlniid M nrH. Mr. "Ward and Mr. Hill were members of the Minsterial Club. Pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1929

PAGE TWO B Personal Items "Say It With Flow«r ." Say it with ours. Cut flowers, pot plants, funerai designs. E. B. Musick and Carl Sher- man, accompanied by their wives and sons, visited in Mexia, Sun- day. Mrs. Tom Tomlin was a Jack- sonville visitor Monday. Miss Evelyn Grammer was a visitor in Jacksonville, Tuesday. MRS. LEE ROSS, THE RUSK FLORIST. Member Florist's Telegraph Delivery Association. Mrs. Leber Beall and children were visitors in Tyler, Friday. Mrs. Lee Ross was a visitor in Jacksonville, last Friday. J. D. Pickett, of Palestine, was here this week, attending court. A. O. W. Frederick of Jack- sonville, was here Monday. Walter Crew of Apple Springs, was a visitor here Monday. Constable J. A. Smith, of Jacksonville, was here Monday. R. E. Blackwell and J. W. Prince of Dialville, were Rusk visitors Monday. J. VV. Bates of Nacogdoches, was here Monday, on court bus- ness. Order your fruit and vegetables from C. E.Jay. A fresh supply at all times Dr. P. E. Jones of Ponta,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1929

lymw* - f'' Tmw:-W, 11 I if" I . m m. i N THB KtKK GSttUMOHAM PAGE THREE The Rusk Cherokeean \ weekly newspaper published mry Friday morning at Ruak, Cherokee County, Texas. H'O. WARD, Editor and Publisher 1'i-nrl L. Ward, Asst. Fditor Ac Pub Oilier Phone 31# Entered as second-clues matter, July 16, 1919. at the postoffice at Rusk, T«;xas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year 1 1.50 Six Month*. .76 Three Month*. .40 OUR CREED "I take no thought of my neighbor's birth, Or the way he makes his prayer: ' tp-ant him a white man's place on earth, If Ms game is on the square. If he plays straight, I'll call him mate; If he cheats, I'll drop him flat; All rank but this is a worn out lie, For each clean man is as good as I, And a king is no more than that." Its a strange coincidence that death never overtakes a boy, or a mule except in the spring of the year, just when they could be of some use. —0-- Tht greatest objection to this new currency is that the bills look ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1929

1AGS f OUR wax^wHw^wwr^wiyisasD^ftiag Cost Prices ON ALL MID-SUMMER GOODS INCLUDING Ice Cream Freezers, Water Coolers, Refrigerators Electric Fans Rusk Hardware & Undertaking Company C. B. Keever, Pres. and Mgr. WF • •• • If Ut«t« 'Pay the Freight' And You Save It. On anything vou need in the way of MODERN FURNITURE. We buy in car load lots, pay cash, take the discounts, own our own building, have our overhead expense down to a minimum, and CAN and DO sell cheaper than these city houses. Furthermore. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD And We Deliver All we ask is that you compare our goods and prices with those offered elsewhere. B. F. SHERMAN The Sixes Are Now Surpassing All Others Detroit, Aug. 1-For the first time in the history of the auto- mobile industry, six cylinder cars promise to lead she field in the production of this year, according to a survey by the Chevrolet Motor Company completed to- day. Up until this year four cyl- inder cars ranked first in the an- nual production volume. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1929

THE RUSE CHEROKEEAN if Opportunity Seized by Men of Small Caliber i.'jt this fact sink Into your mind- It Is the non-commissioned officers «>f life who hurt, and against whom re- sentment Is felt. The foremen and the petty overseers; the small men with n«ar horizons and no vision be- yond ; the little go-betweens who have acquired the iiabjt of tyranny—these form the habit of tyranny—these form the grit of the machinery of industry. Sometimes they are for the bosses and make life hell for the men under them. Sometimes tliey stand for re- bellion against the higher direction, but invariably their objective is power. They are ready to adopt the shibbo- leths of either side so long as they gain authority thereby. If they learn the trick of oratory they become leaders on one side or the other, not because they possess the intriuslc qualities of leadership, hut because they are pleasingly vocal. Nor Is this phenomenon peculiar to any class. Oratory has passed for statesmanship in ever...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Rusk Cherokeean — 2 August 1929

SIX 5 :V THE RUSK CHEKOKEEAN its Lo«e In Cherokee County. rwSlS The Commissioner's Court met in a called session, Monday morn- i* g, for the purpose of officially canvassing the vote on the Con- stitutional amendments submit- ted at the July special election. The canvass disclosed that both amendments met with a slight negative vote, but in about the same proportion that other sections outside the cities appear to have been against it. The vote on the proposition to increase the Governors salary, is here given by precincts: Company "A" 143rd. Int. Leave For Camp Palacios. Precinct For Against1 1 43 53 2 11 75 3 66 24 4 1 3 6 2 13 6 4 0 7 0 21 8 14 27 9 7 2 10 5 25 11 1 14 12 5 1 13 23 21 14 50 41 15 47 13 16 15 11 17 13 25 18 24 19 19 6 4 20 8 10 21 3 22 20 6 23 8 4 24 9 3 25 5 7 26 3 3 27 6 28 28 0 9 29 1 16 30 3 16 31 5 8 32 12 8 Total 425 540 The vote on the increase of the number of Supreme Court Judges was as follows: Precinct For Against i X 40 56 2 11 74 3 66 23 4 9 5 5 o 1 Q...

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