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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

rn" 109 ■37 Payroll Tax With State, By Vern Sanford Texas Press Association enacting the governor's abandon- ed property measure, halting re- AUSTLN, TEX.— Texas will need funds of gasoline taxes to non- 82 15,000,000 in new money during highway users the next two years to pav its , , ,t, . „,i , ,, , j i Ihe Commission outlined need debts and make needed improve- ments. *or 1961-G3 spending increases that This i:, the conclusion of the State would total approximately $189,- linaiice Advisory Commission. To "00.000 Extra money would go to: get the money the Commission is (1) public school improvements, in- officially recommending a one-per- eluding S400 a year raises for cent, state payroll tax as a revenue teachers, (2) medical care for the source that would grow as the state | aged, (3) faculty raises in state grows. Half the tax would be colleges and universities, (4) ex- paid by employers, half by em-,Pans'on 'ue state hospital and ployees. prison systems, (5; increasing leg- Th...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN paos «IOMT - ncimiit IS, !m0 I GIVE YOU TEXAS Few Words Of The Cherokeean Er? "?.de * EDITORIALS ★ Economic Realism Play A Hit Gl Insurance Dividend Up Five Million According To VA More than five million veteran* during 1001. P J Mima, Manager refund to policyholder* oi part of throughout the U S. holding part- erf the Veteran* Administration their premium payments The re- icipating GI life insurance will Regional Office m Waco said to- funds are made principally becauae share in regular annual policy day the death rate among GI policy- dividends totaling $258.500,000 These dividends are primarily a holders continues to be lower than the rate upon which the premium were established by law Dividends totaling $340,000,000 will be paid to approximately 4,- 800,000 policyholder* oí National Service Life Insurance which o nsinated in World War IL u '* Senator Ralph Yarbrouifh, who purports to see a panacea in government for every economic and social problem, asp i rea to t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

11 STREET BEAT Jacksonville Service Club mem- bers this week are contributing Christmas toy gifts to be used in the city's annual Christmas Cheer Program . . . L. C. Coats and Jack Cullison both got letters from an express agent friend in Brown- wood last week predicting that the Lions would beat the Indians by three touchdowns. . . . Mr. and Mrs. Don White and family, former J'ville residents, report that they are very happy in their new home at 2428 West Gre- enacre Avenue, Anaheim, Calif- ornia . . Some of the experienced married men are going to have to give Jeff Austin, Jr., a few tips. He was seen in a local laun- dromat with his wife doing the weekly laundry. . . . T. E. Acker, P. C. Rand, W. E. Bailey, Leroy Malloch, Charles Goforth, Harold Hamlin, Frank Ebaugh, and Sam Quay attended the Texas Industrial Commission meeting in Tyler Monday . . . The Agricultural Committee of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a "Jacksonville Day" at the 1961 Southwestern Expos...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOC TWO ' DECEMBER 15, 1960 Read The Classifieds In Jacksonville It's Claibe's Cafe 216 S. BOLTON Lunches Short Orders Fried Chicken Steaks All Kinds Sandwiches Home-Cooked 12-inch Fried Pies WE SPECIALIZE IN MEXICAN FOODS AT NIGHT ONLY OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY SEVEN DAYS A WEEK We Have Just COMPLETELY REMODELED! WE INVITE YOU TO SEE OUR BRIGHT NEW FIXTURE! DESIGNED TO MAKE YOUR VISIT HERE EVEN MORE PLEASANT! ALSO VISIT OUR Midget Bowling Alley 212 S BOLTON Open 7 Days A Week 6 a.m. 'till 12 p.m. TKA SHOWER HONORING Mrs. J«-ff Austin, Jr., a recent bride, wan held Wednes- day afternoon, December 7, in the h<*r.e of Mr J,ee Hagsdale at 706 Nacogdoches. Left to right are Mrs. Jeff Austin, Sr., mother of th • groom, Mrs. Jeff Austin, Jr., honone, arid Mr*. Hagsdale, hostess. WSCSHear. Mrs. Jeff Austin, Jr. Christmas Honored With Tea Program Th'- W'riM.-nfs S<x-1'• fy of Christ, i;■ ri S"-rvi'<- met Tuesday morning, Dcci-iiitXT 'i .it tin- First Method- rt r') 111 r ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

BURN BRUSH IN SMALL PILES Nov. Traffic Report Made ByTexasDPS Sgt John A. McVean, Supervisor I Leon, and Madison Counties' Rural | of the Texas Highway Patrol in the i Accident Summary for November, Palestine Area, released Anderson,! Cherokee, Freestone, Houston,! The Highway Patrol in these Most Important Rights Enumerated In "Bill Of Rights", Constitution You will save much time and work by burning brush in small piles. Adding additional brush as they burn down creates a smaller fire with a more intense heat. This will eliminate rehandling a lot of unburned stubs and pieces. You also reduce the chance of your fire get- ting out of hand. BEFORE you burn, be sure to contact your neighbors and the Texas Forest Service — you'll be glad you did! Mrs. Darwin Floyd Gives Program On Indonesia The Xi Kappa Chapter oí Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening, December 6, at 7:30 P. M. in the home of Miss Marie Taylor. Miss Maggie Mason served as co-hostess. Mrs. Darwin Floyd, dressed in costume,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

PAGE FOUR v f I k e £ B a C H ft & V si E n e is d P h ii d OP B THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 1 5, I960 té \ r- ? Bigger and Better Savings Bonds •:« • m: «i #• THE CTILF, DULCK ST IT) Y Cl.f.'li wai-; i-ritcrtainH with a ('hri trnji . Party, Tues- day', L) comber I.{, at 'he home of Mi Oic.k She! t i M. I.''It. to ri^ht a re Mr- I tick Shef- field, Mi* Charle Tebo, Mrs 'liarle. Dial, M r I Jen ,v rother, and Mr< Koyce J'rail. Utile Dulce Entertained With Party The Utile Dulce Stu(t> Club w;e. ¡ r ..Ik :'<• She gave a most enjoy- the dinin:: tattle, Which vva.\ covered entertained with a Christmas par ililc readin: , Tie- I.iltlo VI i <1 ■ r , -.v, i h chn-.fma-, cloth, by t J i e ty at the home of Mr< link Shef- by Ullioii Nicholson Shearon Thn.( „!irl,,,y committee, composed ,.f field. Hilltop Farm on I'cpperwine was the ory of liana, a little Road. Tie- .da; De-ember !X at N-.v, si, girl, and her perplexities ^ Ho.„ e la-all, Mr, Hen Mroth 2.30 P. M a! Christinas ti...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

It- 1 k<> lid I |ge bst Ive led lat e Life Robbing Tuberculosis Continues To Strike In Texas I DECEMBER 15, 1960 ^HEROKEEA ÍRÉj¿'. A1-.- f' ' , ':i *"•J| .. '"- "' " W^T* i... W- V* • ,■■:■'• *Ttl JÍ#*& IP r ® «•* . ■ ... .,. . ..-•* I his tree planting seen? will hp common in Ihp f'inpywoods area this winter. A total of 22 million pinp seedlings will bp a\;iiiahle for refores- tation purposps from the lexas Forest Service. Landowners interested in settling out trees this winter should get their orders in right away. Application forms can be obtained from district headquarter.? of the T. \as Forest Service located at Linden, Hendprson, Lufkin, Woodvillp, KirbyvIHe, and Conroe; from either nurserj; or by writing the Texas forest Service at College Station. Application forms are also available from offices of the county agents and the A. S. C. and from your local soil conservation district ollioe. One patient from Cherokee < 'ounly was released iron the Ka.st lexas '1'ube...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAOS SIX DEC EMMIt 15, 1W0 Voted 'Best* In Cotton Bowl's 25 Years V f h k e E B a C K ft S3 V it E n> £ is d- P h> it d <y B December 15th Is Bill of Rights Day Local Resident Succumbs MonJay December 12 The due process (A law amend- ment encompasses not one hut several guarantees Every Am r lean is secured against hx-iru; piar ed twice in legal jeopardy for the same of fen v, against cornp- elled to be a witness again.st him self in a criminal caw, and again- st having his private property taken for public use without jii.st OUR "BILL OF RIGHTS" December 15 is observed each rear as "Bill of Rights Day" throughout the United States What does this important "document" mean to us"1 The .American "Bill of Rights", consoling of the first ten amend ments to our f'-deral constitution, all adapted at one time in 1791, specifies in some detail a number compensation of basic civil rights of the Individ He is also secured against be ual citizen. Unaltered by subsequ- i...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

pdy of ILina oth of an 4 and lahoma (afford rue of vas 29 bphone THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 15, 1960 PAGE SEVEN ednesday Study Gub Has Christmas Spirit REPOSSESSED Af p;k n :e '5 searonce SIX 1960 AND SEVERAL 58 & 59 MODELS Televisions ALL LIKE NEW % 25^75 00 WITH THE PURCHASE OF TELEVISION ALL CHANNEL ANTENNA 50 Foot Metal Pole $150 value $75.00 MAGIC CHEF Gas Range $100 t he lid' ( r I ub I'a -t> or tHc i-'mbc \Vetl Wed- ■ and U-'.-t ' • f I. ■" ') -a ; .f i'.h dv-Tat- d i's. v'hris'.iTHis Rowers and the rad:'.lonal Christmas tree, triuly nt itself to the spirit of the oc- asinn The president. Mrs W .1 Weath >rl)v, welcomed the guests and numbers, giving Christmas in \merica as bequeath to the many arsons de<'p in religious faith, in ts memory to all people contain true folk fi'iival In individual homes throughout his country with many warm vords and wonderful ways people observe Christmas or practicing in- >t <".■ (! ristmas in America is no' C-'h.. nas in < th...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 15 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT DECEMBER 15, I960 Beta Alpha Chapter Enjoys Christmas Party The Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met Friday even- ing, December 9, in the home of Mrs. C R. Jenkins on John Street for their annual Christmas party. Mrs. H. A. Douglas was program chairman for the Christmas pro- gram The West Side teachers, members of Beta Alpha were the hostesses, and brought the pro- PALACE JftcksMwlllt, T«**t Thurvday and Friday D«c. 15 A 16 W/Z4\r¿> t*í\4)hóiU Saturday Only Jo+in W ym In "COWBOY & THE GIRL' — Pkn — Van Johnson In "THE ENEMY GENERAL" L«t Show Sat. 11:15 P M. Son., Mo«., Tu *. A Wad. Dec. 17, 18, 19, 20 A 21 ...John „Stewart Wayne-Granger ..Ernie - Kovacs- Fabian NORTH TO ALASKA Mlote«y |h«u0>tn«ity * HENRY HATHAWAY JOHNNY NORTON h JOHN LEE UAM1N IftifTIN RACKDi CLAUOf 81MY0I GMm *<iJScooe • coton fry DC LUX* "Ch*e*« Chasart" Discount 60c Children 25e Adults 80c «ram. The theme of the program wat "Christmas Around the World " Mx-i I). (\ M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

U 1 Cf< 14 'Houtui . . . Town Witfí íRounda^oiit NEWSMAKERS AND THOSE potentially so, for the most part succumbed to Hie pre-Christmas bustle in Rusk and Cherokee Coun- ty this week . . . most of them, that is, but not all of them. THERE WERE ASSORTED bur- glaries scattered throughout the week. JUST A COUPLE of other in- cidents we can think of that could mar a bright Christmas week. ONE OF THEM concerns our good friend, Pope Guinn, who took himself a spill down at city hall. He was given emergency treatment at Rusk Memorial and then taken on to Tyler for more observation. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee Caunty. The Cherokeean TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18.',7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy VOLUME 113 36 PAGES DECEMBER 22, 1960 FIVE SECTIONS NUMBER 27 ROUNDABOUT offers congratu- lations to new Cham...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

Ly ' • THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO DECEMBER 27, 1960 EAGLES ECHO fm (¿2^'íá 3* EAGLES ECHO STAFF Editor-in-chief Assistant Editor Business Manager Circulation Manager Assistant Circulation Mgr Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor Feature Editors Smith. Dan Cook, Janis Jones, Sponsor 1960-1961 I.inda Watson Mary Maitland Judy Banks Leonard Berry David Black IVihby I-ong Jimmy Raraey Sonja Wilcox, Brent and fllenn Moyd Mrs [/-wis MrCarrol' MYSTERY PERSONS oily seful arlirig outhful (U>r: iblc i k apir c'i-ntri' ..in art rt-.i ri -r.11 > Ix.'dient arc iff 1 rratif ickf(l appy diotie rustworthy lusive Snooper Saturday night I'eggy Odom, double-dated Friday Charles Wilcox, Mary Maitland.' Wi:nt t0 ,h'" fl"'k' and Malcome ILanson danced at Charles house. Have fun, kids'' Judy Banks, Jimmey Ramey, Judy Raracy, and Ronnie Frazer night and Editorial By Mary Kate Guinn Why do we, a> students, attend schoor Do we come only because we must, because our parents send u.s'' Surely each of us...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

REETINGS '■•V- At this time, the most glorious holi- day season of the whole year, we extend our sincere felicitations to our many friends aod customers West Side Barber and Beauty Shop Ruck, Texas /* % . Merry Christmas, Everyone! Edna's Beauty Shop Crockett Highway Rusk, Texas Birth of the Savior ^ Was Greatest Event In World's History Pleasant as it is to dream of * "White Christmas" with its carols and gifts, feasting and merry- making, the sparkling eyes of chil- dren delighting in Snnta Claus and the wonderful Christmas trees, these things never can symbolize the tremendous significance of the day. The birth of the Saviour was the greatest event in the history of the world. In spite of all the back slidings, Christian peoples have pressed forward steadily. However vicious and eorrupt, the world today is far better than the world of pagan times; fa- miliarity with the cross and cruci- fixion has abolished legal tortures and much cruelty—and, if given a chance, might shame us in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

PAGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN DECEMBER 22, I960 what Rusk Folks are doing Traditional Yule Party Held By Daffodil Club Gallatin R J. Persons and wife are visit- ing Mrs Grace Lea Lawrence in Bryan Mrs J T Dodds spirit the week- end tn the home of V J Long and family. Mr and Mrs Earl Henry and family will spend the holidays in Longview with the Albert Craw ford family Mr and Mrs IJoyd Dover of Nacogdoches spent Sunday with. . his mother. Mr and Mrs Abner Webb and Kay will sp<~nd the holidays with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Jamie Struhall of Austin Mrs Elsie Sartain will visit her husband, who is in the V A hos pital in I>allas, during the holidays Mrs Ijeo Tosh and Wanda West brook motored to Austin Tuesday to bring William Ed Tosh home for the holidays Mrs. Ron Harrison of Jackson ville was shopping in Rus-k Tues- day Mrs Mittie Ash and mother of Alto had as guests thus week end their relatives, Mr Clyde Bradford and family of Minden Mr and Mr, Albert Kojark will spend t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

the Leverettes Chapel Stops Season Claims Spotlight Lord s Supper To Climax P°/^iP<'t«'"^co ery Rusk Cagers, 47-43 Before a sparse home town defense, and soundly "dunked" crowd Tuesday night, Coach Pete the final L. C. two-pointer (¡runes Ku.sk Eagles dropped a Smith led the scores with an 18 round-ball contest to the visiting point total for the game His Leveretts Chapel basketball squad eammate Jerry Seilhan hit fi r 14, by the tight margin of four points, as did the Eagles' Ramey. (Continued from Page 1) and to a certain extent, anxiety. Churches find their worship day coinciding with Christinas Day Most of the cantatas and parties for classes and organizations were held during this week, leaving Sunday for home observances and for Christian worship after the manner of the One whose name the wor- shippers are partakers of. At the Rusk State Hospital, where the majority of 2,100 citizen- Christmas Eve Service Saturday night, Christmas Eve, service to begin at 11 p.m. and the Fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACI SIX DECEMBER 77, I WO INTERESTING FACTS Loggerin' is Uie term cowboys uat for riding out of the chute at a rodeo with the hand, or hands, gripping the saddle horn STATE CAPITAL NEWS Average Traffic Deaths 9 Per Day In Holidays May the Joys of Christmas fast forever/ Bill Parrot! District Clerk By Vern Sanford Taxas Press Association predicting &0 traffic fatalities in the 10 days frorn December 23 to AUSTIN. TEX So far this January I In the fir 49 weeks of ■ year, the average number of per this year, the traffic toll wa s 2 025 oris killed in Texas traffic ac Tabbed to b< the worst day of r,dents ha, been slightly more than the year is Saturday, Dumber 24 I four (ht day Tying f"r 'n tho ')1-S pre- Hut during the 10-day holiday dictions will be Friday, lamber ¡ period, the average is e>, ccted to '<*• and Sunday, December^ ' jump to nine N™ Ycar " ^ wl" rank thir" Department of Public Safety is DPS predictions, though based May Your Cbrlttma* Be Brigh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

ta. [ex** t Co. A -n- . *. | Rusk Cagemen Face Busy Schedule For Holidays WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING had as and Mrs. Clark Gaines of Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Hardy, Mr. and Pete Crimes, in his fifth year as Grimes said, ' We ;u k round-ball coach, has his 111 three games durin 1960-61 charges pre pod for a busy holiday hoop schedule, beginning this Thursday night, December 22. The Eagles will host New Lon- don's A" and "B" squads in a double-header set to get under- way at 6:30 1'. M. Coach Glenn Williams of Lon- j on a two point margin." don «'ill hand most of the scor-; London will probably work a ing responsibility to lanky Fred-, basic set offense utilizing a single die Bates, 6'6", who has been | post and a zone defense, ihe Wildcats" most consistent ¡ "Freddie Bates hit over 20 points threat thus far this season, and to a gatne each t¿me we saw him, and Mr and Mrs. Grady Browning The Alvin Shermans and daughter, Charlotte of In- puests this weekend. Mr dependence. Iowa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN FAGf BIGHT DECEMBER 22. 1*40 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graul of Port Aransas arrived in Rusk Tuesdav and spent the night with Mrs Frank Coupland They left Wed- nesday morning for Dallas to at- tend the funeral of his brother, Bill Graul. Mrs. R. R. Banks had as recent visitors her son. Felton Banks and wife of Nederland, and her daugh- ter. Mrs Kate MrLarnon and fam ily oí Richardson. Leonard AJlen of Alto is enjoy- ing a visit with Rusk friends and relatives including the C H Hig- gins family, and Mrs Margie Lusk and family Mr and Mrs Raymond Mantr and son Mickey of Corpus Christ! are spending the Christmas holi days with her parents, Mr ;md Mrs Paul Potts and grandmother, Mrs S T J/Ove. Mr &■ Mrs James Ijghtsey and children Martha D'ann and Jon Mark of Pasadena are home for the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr and Mrs L II Evans Miss Carole I>*e Cartlidge, stu- dent at Hardin-Sirnmons t'nivcrs ity Abilene, is home for thr holi- days wi...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

w * 9 t t i ^ Double ' Santa Clau£ *' GLOWING BRIGHTLY: our warm wish - MERRY CHRISTMAS! Iley Poultry Plant Alto Highway Rusk, Ttui SEASONS MEETINGS 1 TO OUR GOOD FRIENDS! Harkins Gulf Station Rusk, Texas Have a wonderfully happy Holiday Sea- son. We wish you all the health and hap- piness in the world during the coming year. Wadel - Connolly Company East Sid* of Square Rusk, Texas O r mwm mm Our greetings TO OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS ... Musick Insurance Agency Rusk. Te*a* "I'll second the boy's ques- tion," George said. "Just what Is going on here?" seen and, although he couldn't sc them at that distance, he woul have bet she had blue eyes. H hair was shining blonde. When George turned his atte. tion back to the toy counter, little girl, wearing neat but wor clothing, was eyeing a doll almo; as large as herself. He raised hi hand. With a slightly bewildere expression, the clerk picked u two dolls, wrapped them, an handed them to the child. The actions of the clerk puzzled Georg...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 22 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN DtCBMM* n. 1M0 'AOS TWO New Toys For Preschoolers Call THE GAY LAUNDRY LLOYD HENDRICK, REPRESENTATIVE MU J-271J PHONES MU 3-2763 NITC "GET HAPPY—USE THE GAY LAUNDRY SERVICE" ^ Time again 4/ to say* have a 1'hrlNtmas Webb's Dress Shop North Side of S«|v«r* Ru*k, T«xm SEASON'S 6RESTINGS The Christmas tree is decked with lights. We wish you peace and joy the year to come. Copeland's Georgia Lynne Shop South Sido of Square Rutk, Texas 1 May you cxpcricncc every joy of the Yulctide season and may happiness and prosperity be with you all through the coming year. Browning Grocery and Market Rusk, Tex* Yule 'Tipper" Responsible For Half of '59 Holiay Fatalities About 10,000 of the 12 000 fatal traffic crashes in the United States 1909 involved in er. drink i driv- four . trail! in One out of every destrians kill'd i;i a ixi the 1,'nited S'.at been drinkin ' About 1 500 of the 5,700 pedestrians killed in S traffic tragedies in 1959 had be-ri drink in# In Texas in 195ft. the De...

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