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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

Jacksonville & Area Churches EAST StOfi ASSEMBLY OF GOO James Batton, Pastor kuaday School—0:40 A.M. MornLag Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 PJt FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COO 926 WaihkiQton Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Paator Bunday School—8:43 AJÍ. Morning Worship—11 AJÍ. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—? 15 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 P.M. BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Rusk Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday School—0:45 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7s30 PM. Brotherhood, WMU—7 P.M. Wed. Wednesday Service—8 P.M BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH 203 Austin Street Rev. Harold Davis, Pastor Sunday School—10 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7)30 P.M. CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH 492 Sooth Main Street Dr. Bradford Curry, Pastor Sunday School—8:46 AM Morning Worship—11 AM. Training Union—-6:15 PJt Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. Wednesday Service—7:30 P.M. Choir Practic...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 29 December 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN What's Glamor ,Hi For Woman Is Stupid For Man Remove Stains While They're Fresh By Seyce House Thp typiral Hollywrxx! giamnr photo shows a woman with partc<l lips anil eyes half closed 1/ a man assumed the sartie expression, everybody would lay he looked . atupid Champ (."lark; who was Speaker (>i the National TTou^ of Rapro- i-ritatlve* In Wood row Wilson's adrriniiKlration, said, in his tx^ik that the largest man who ever served m í-ongres* was named Sleicher and he weighed over 4</J pounds Where was the hisgest ' (,'onj'ressman in history from'' Why Texas, of course The marque of a motion picture theater ft lia.strop a while hark read Never Steal Anything Small Jackpot $370 ftpoari i the Wy te effective atom Mtnrrval An «•; fui W> teioecpboc aíwot «talan ■ tfcat • fr**h iim ut ««flier V wmnvt (tun an ola ene. Most bonarknid «tai - -eurh * fnut, *rr>f<-h. (Musa wl lifM mild'rw—f *4d to ■ wpeoal aniiition of l*üvy duty dry chlorine maacii M/ui pwitt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

« ¿5?' * •or Hound Town 9Í¿¿/i fflaunciaiaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgatheilng facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1847 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10* per Copy SCANNING BACK OVER t h e past year, we note a lot of changes and a good deal of advancement VOLUME 113 for our town and area. 16 PAGES JANUARY 5, 1961 TWO SECTIONS NUMBER 29 GRAND JURY RETURNS 6 BILLS A NEW POULTRY processing plant began operation, employing upwards of seventy people . . . couple of other small operations started . . . Herculean Reel Plant helped the economic picture. THE YEAR BROUGHT us closer to nfeny dramatic highway im- provements, some of which vitally affect Rusk. Glenn, Eight Others, Named In Indictments BIG ELECTIONS furnished with some new official faces , you could get an argument any-1 where on whether or not that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE TWO Date Dessert require extra good weather for JANUARY 5, )Wl>s*ltin8 crops of fruits. For ' 10 years, we rarely had the neces- sary' Rood weather Stokesdale tomatoes formerly were prown ex- tensively here They are early and prolific but very cracky. Unless the soil and weather are very good, 'too many of the Stockesdale fruits are (1x7 to 7x7 size. I sold a load of 7x7 tomatoes once for half price! Certain farmers did not 1 worry about cracking of Stokesdale tomato fruits. They picked the fruits before they became mature enough to crack. To raise a good crop of early tomatoes first start with a warm hotbed All tomato farmers form- erly knew that but in recent years, many farmers have planted their tomato seed in cold soil (no real warm compost hotbeds are built here). Tomato seeds cannot sprout and come up when the soil is 40 to 55 degrees F. as shown by a thermometer in the soil. Most farmers know how to build a flue- heated hot bed. Please remember that th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

-mZf THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 5, 1961 PAGE THREE BACK TO THE SOIL SAVE ON WHITE GOODS ¿7 MATHEWS-MILLER Crime And Unemployment By J. Perrin Willis Agriculture Economist RusU Recently the public lias taken cognizance oí a fact courts and cut the market for steel, and the teel nuil, were forccd to cut mployment. thus creating more tiiempluyment. So ¡I was with all 'itlus'rits env'a^ed in the manu- police have known for years: That ■ rtu:inu of farm implements and increase in crime qoes with unem farm supplies. No markets. No em- ployment. This bcinf! so, it would ployment. seem one of our best ways to cut crime rates would be more and bet- ter jobs. Our problem is, how can that be done'' We know factories will not manufacture products that can not be sold, and businesses will not employ people when they have nothing for them to do. There- fore, the best way to solve the pro- blem is to go back and find out what has created unemployment. LitHe Farms Vanish Of course there are many fact- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

PAGE FOUR THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 5, 1961 **FASHION: U.S.A.** VT) GAjc| ■■ ■■■ I y* r PÜ3 Photo hy Senn. Rnehutk and Co. "TIME CANNOT WITHER, NOR CUSTOM STALE" the en- dearing cluirms of the shirtwaist dress! Styles como nnd go, waistlines move up, down, or out altogether. Hemlines rise or fall. It dooan't matter—the shirtwaist dress is immortal, and goes on forever! Hardy survivor of the recent fashion tempest, this durable fashion is more than ever in demand, and a New Year's forecast is that its numbers will Iks legion in 1959. Hallmarks of its 1959 "incarnation" are its shorter skirt, its pleat-on-pleat arrangement of skirt fullness, and the wide use of silk to high- light its position as the Dress of the Century. Though silk lias tho connotation of luxury a dress like that in the picture is avail- able at less thun twenty dollars. Is That Good For Dirt, slit, rust and algae, ¡.our can often bo found in unfiltei"' 1 advise. Soaps and delei r> n'.i i job, if water rat ii linpun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

Dinner To Be Held Honoring Congressman John Dowdy NACOGDOCHES, TEXAS — l'ricnds of Cjni-ressnian John Dow- There are indications at least in tribute to him. T. G. Tilford, in State Col'.sc. W R. Beaumicr, rhnrr<i> of inrni arrangements said vice ores dent and general mu* (Spl)—Every county in the Seven- dy hold a testimonial dinner for 300 friends of Congressman Dowdy ■ ' . . ,... H , , The program will be different, a«ur 1,1 UlUKin 1 ««'"•««Hk Lo'" tli Congressional District will be him in the Banito Room of Hotel .viil gather at 7 o'clock Saturday . pany, will have a part on the pro- I in that there will be no long ad ' represented Saturday night when Frcdonia. night for a dinner and program ^ by a speaker. instead, | JJ; Tilford said a few tickets _ half a dozen or more of Dowdy's st¡y remain for the dinner. They 1 friends and supporters f r o m' may be secured from him, Manager throughout the Congressional Dis- Herbert Wilson at Hotel Fredonia trict will speak five to ten ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

PAGE SIX THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 5, 1961 Congressman Reports For New Session Reklaw New* . . . FROM JOHN DOWDY CONGRESSMAN, 7lh DIST. (.'oiH'ri'SK convened at noon on January We should have an interesting session, though I know there will also be much hard work involved. In following newsletters, I will try to help you in keeping up with the proceedings As you know, there are thousands of bills so the ones I mention from time to time will be the ones I think will most interest you. I have enjoyed the visits in the counties and communities of our District. We did not have much time this fall, because of the long Second Session of the 86th Con- un" v so I wa.-, riot able to see as many of you as I usually see each 'Fall, but I did receive the same inspiration to continuo our never ci .i :ng fight for Americanism as we Jiave known it, and for the prin ci; les that make the Seventh Dis I rift the best place in the world in which In live. May I take this opportunity to extend from each of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

n THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 5, 1M1 PAGE SEVEN WHAT Rusk Folks ARE DOING Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lsgatc, and daughter Mrs. Jului Ezell and Miss Minnie Isgate spent Wednesday at Ijndale visiting Mrs. Isgate's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Harvey. Miss Carolyn Forster returned to Cortez, Colorado Monday after spending the holidays with her lather, Mr. J. H. Forster and sis- ter, Mrs. Bernice Looney. Miss Bill March and Miss Mar- ian Mallard spent the holidays at Nocona with the former's mother, Mrs. \V. VV. March and other relat- ives. Mrs. Walter Riehcy and Mrs. J. E. Wallace visited in Tyler Mon- day. Mr. J. J. Heed of Reece and his daughter, Mrs. Eunice Etheridge of Abilene visited Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Reed Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean Thomp son and Cathy of Tyler spent Mon day with Mrs. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Lawrence Smith. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Evans spent the New Year holidays with their son of Nederland spent the holi- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bagley. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ric...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN FACC EIGHT JANUARY 5, 1M1 Money Talksl }UN*TOT/N(r ARMED 5UARDS TODAY PROTfCT WELLS FAR60 $HlPMENTi OF MILLION? IM GOLD AMP CA5H, JUÍf A< THEY OWIOO .."•? y(AR1M>CCHTH£ íwíffwt*E5. "Pnr,i ■p^Cté /Qr Twvtu#i cuiOUt5 ' TDOAfoowLtTtur PROTKT ANY AMOUNT Of WONEY A PfRWN WAWÍ TO CAItRY AMERICAN EXPRFSi BfFVNPS lO$T TRAVElERi CHEQUES .«HUNTS DOWN ANYONE WHO TO 5TrAi.TMM.Al MOif All RANt'S •EÍLTMEMtÜMPumW PRO'tCltr *Ti'PfNHf-W-TU£'C>0U*R¿^ WM*. Harina Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONE MU 3-4344 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 3-4747 Brick veneer home Well located on law corner lot. Han living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms, and bath All city utilities. Inrjtiiie for prú'c. 53 acres priced ;it only $4.500 Inquire for location and other details. llotne on corner lot, second blo<*k from square. I-'ramc slrur ture, in two apartments. Priced to sel!. Home wilfi livin;, room, large combina'ion dimng room and kitchen, three bedrooms a...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

Local To Be Wed February 71 Resident Succumbs Earnest Frank I'ricstly, 71, of Route 3, Jacksonville, died in a local hospital about 4:30 A. M Saturday, December 31, after a brief illness. Funeral services were conducted Monday January 2 in the Gragard- Spraggins-Swofford Funeral Chapel about 2:00 P. M. with the Rev. C. R. Meadows officiating. Burial was in the Jarratt Cemetery. Mr. Priestly was born here on August 17, 1889 and had been a resident of this area all of his life. He was a retired carpentry con- tractor, a member of Local union No. 1768 and a member of the Afton Grovo Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Vernon Moore Priestly of Jackson- ville; one daughter, Mrs. W. Elbert Brown of Annada Mo.; one son. Warren W. Priestly of Washing- ton, D. C.; one sister, Mrs. Pearl Waller of Tyler; three grandchil- dren and one great-grandchild. Gragard - Spraggins - Swofford Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. O Church Night Meetings Resumed Wed. The Church Night P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

The* Chnrnhonmi 45 Million To Get Cancer -this newspaper. JL mí, xLx 0 JL't/ M JflL, v/ WJL M Mm AUSTIN One-half of all ran- 000,000.000. ationship of external agents and PAGE TWO RUSK, TEXAS JANUARY 5, 1961 * EDIT ORI ALS * Attack On Youth American young people will tx* targets of an intensified communist recruiting pro- gram, FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover has re- vealed. Seeing that a large number of ra- tional intelligent American adults from time to time have been duped into becoming sym- pathizers of the conspiracy, why shouldn't this new assault succeed ? First, what would the conspirators con- sider as success? They won't need a majority of youth; not even millions. They needn't be soundly indoctrinated Marxists. They won't have to be pro-communist just anti Am- erican. They'll want enough to create "inci- dents" and upon occasion, chaos, in k e y areas of the United States. They just need efnough to organize a mob upon short notice -—a m o b which can "protest", "demon- strat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE... BUY - SELL - TRADE ■> CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE New Year's Inventory Reduction Sale NEW&USEDCARS You Will Get The " T rade Of Your Life" SEE LEEMAN ISAACS Your dollar goes further when you trade with the man that sells on a small profit. RUSK MOTOR SALES "Your Ford Dealer ff SAFE TRANSPORTATION •t PRICES TO MAKI yw BUY A SECOND CAR OR A SETTER ONE USED BUT WITH LOTS OP USE LEFT. ALL OP OUR CARS NEED A HOME! WOULD YOU PROVIDE ONE? McElmurry Motors MERCURY COMET U.S. ROYAL TIRES Ml E. Rusk Phone 62*1 USED CARS Elf Sanction of Fine Used Cart at Bargain Frica* J. C. WILLIAMS Yaur Ramblar Dealer Rutk Id Auto Service with tiller tool, disk, 2 rakes, dust- er, planter, breaking plow. See Hoary Norman In Alto or call MU 3-2892 ia Rusk. tfc-43 UOR SALE: Two Farmall Tractors. One 1-row, one 2-row. Both with disc, mower and equipment. Priced right. J. C. Williams, Phone MU 3-4444. Rusk. 4-t-o-38 2e Feed-Wood-...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

PAGE POUR THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 5, mi Singing Convention January 8 JACKSONVILLE BRIEF Miss Buna Anderson was pre- sented a beautiful diamond watch by James Smith, manager of the local Perry Brothers' 5c to $1 00 Store Miss Anderson has been em- r'oyed 33 years with the Perry Uruthers Variety Chain. She has formerly managed stores in Rusk, Crockett, Mineóla, and Mt. Pleas- The Walnut Grove Methodist ant. Twenty-eight of the 33 years Church, located five miles east of have been in the Jacksonville store. Uullard on the IYoup highway, O will be the scene of a singing con- Utah leads other states in the vention, Sunday, January 8. at 2 00 production of gold I'- M "Doodlesack" is a colloquial Trios, quartets, duets, sextets, name for bagpipes and special solo numbers will lie The Suez Canal is 108 feet wide' presented. Everyone is urged to and 31 feet deep. attend THBT'i H FBIT ROUGH WEATHER AHEAD! ; MR, HO.M£ .OWNER. .. .1? "SOTECTED! '/>f/PAttfT NOW idden r rr ■ ,1 2^ WITH FAMOUS G...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

16 Contract Signed ForLakePalestineDam The directors oí the Upper Construction of the outlet works Neches River Municipal Water by J. C. McLaughlin of Bryan is Authority formally signed a $435,- j moving along toward completion. 577 contract with the Longview | The outlet works is largely a con- Construction and Development! crete construction job and will Company for the construction of provide the new channel for the the final phase of the dam for river while the actual dam is Lake Palestine in a meeting at being built. The outlet works is Palestine on December 29. ' costing the Authority $331.504. Bids were received December ¡ The Authority Board has in- 20, and the Longview firm was structed its manager to institute $17,000 under the nearest com pet itor. Formal signing of the con- tract was witheld until authority engineers had time to check the details and figures of the bid before it could be approved. The Longview firm is expected to begin work on the big dirt dam at the Nec...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

Rusk School Menu Monday, January 9 Tamalie Pic Field Peas Cabbage Slaw Corn muffins Cookies Milk Tuesday, January 10 Steak Patties with Cravy Buttered Potatoes Combination salad Hot Rolls Jelly or Honey Milk Wednesday, January 11 Vegetable Soup with Beef Peanut Butter Sandwich Corn Muffins Assorted Fruit Apple Sauce Cake Milk Thursday, January 12 Chicken Pie-Cheese Fingers Green Beans Peach Halves Brownies Ixtal Bread Milk Friday, January 13 Italian Spaghetti English Peas Carrot & Celery Sticks C-orn Muffins Apple Pie Milk ► O Willis To Attend Meeting of State Water Committee The Governor's Statewide Water Committee has been called for a meeting in Austin Jan. 5. J. Per- rin Willis of Rusk, committee member, will attend. Gov. Price Daniel will appear at the meeting. I«iter committee members will hear proposals and recommendations from various agencies The Water Committee was organ ized in 1957. o Land Bank Tells Lower Interest The board of directors of The Federal Land Bank of H...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

Jacksonville & Area Churches STATE CAPITAL NEWS THE CHEROKEEAN 'ANUARY 5, 1961 PAGE SEVEN EAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD NORTHSIDE CHURCH OF CHRIST James Batton, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morni.ig Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—6:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—? 15 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service—7 P.M BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Ruck Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. „ NEW SUMMERFIELD 411 Lust Commerce Street FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Harold Spurlock, evangelist Itev. Cordon Renshaw, Pastor Time of services: Sunday School—10 A.M. Sunday morning Bible Class 9:45 Morning Worship—11 A.M. Sunday morning Worship Service l'aimng Service—7 P.M. 10.45 Sunday evening Worship Service 6:30 Wednesday evening services 7:30 Evening Worship—7:4...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 January 1961

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE EIGHT JANUARY 5, 1961 MAYDELLE NEWS by Minnie Conner VA Asks Pension Recipients FcrPeporfOn income The county's ?,,100 recipients of will be sent to each of tKc recipi- up f' r a time. Harrison said veterans pension payments this enls with their checks this month l'"r "lls reason I would reconv month will he asked to complete The report is required by law and ''11' ,tl' r<''" s ' X"UJ' ,, . (his card at the earliest possible a report on income for the Veter- pension payments will be discon Umfi <w( r(,tl|r(| Jt U) ,he ,u.t!ionill ans Administration j tinued after January unless the Qff¡c(. has their permanent County Veterans Service Officer card is completed and returned. files," Harrison said. William Harrison urged each of A few of those receiving pens- He aid his office will be open them to reply to the inquiry quick- ions usually either forget to make Monday through F riday of each ly, or they may find later pay- report or make it wrong, giv- week to as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

F 0 Bo" 8006 R'e * Hound Town 9M iliULndafwitt COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the ntwsgatherlng facilities of Rusk end Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1HK7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area to* per Copy THE TOWN, IN overnight sud- denness, is rid of an issue—the issue of whether a Rusk driver VOLUME may head his car into the curb at an angle or if he must manipulate the machine into a hole that al- ways looks too little. THE PARALLEL PLAN h a s been shunted aside, if not abandon- ed, and as it was, a very large bone of contention was buried. WHILE NOT CONSIDERING the merit* of either way of parking, it ic probably a good thing not to argue about just now. Because city officials face a large slate of work in putting through the highway program that vitally affects our city. 20 PAGES JANUARY 12, 1961 THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 30 Council Tosses ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 12 January 1961

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 12, 1961 Last Rites Services Held For John H. Pitts por Mixon Funeral services were held Tues day afternoon in t h <• Wallace Chapel for John Henry Pitts, 61, of Koute 1. Rusk, who died in Husk Memorial Hospital last Saturday evening. Services were conducted hy the Rev Leo Griffith, pastor of the Oakland Baplist Church. Burial was in the Muie :cnic < :y in Arid erson County. Mr. Pitts was a retín d i'niplf;y<< of the Ruberoid Roofing Company of Dallas. He had lived in the SFA Debate Team ToMeetTCU Team Sunday, January 15 NACOGDOCHES A Stephen F. Austin State College debate team will mwl another from Texas Christian University in the first of a series of televised debates at 5 p.m., Sunday, January 15 The series, entitled "Young America Speaks" is sponsored by Sinclair Reiinint: Company and includes a 13 week schedule involv- ing fourteen Texas universities and colleges Locally the debate will be car ried by KTHE-TV, Channel 9, Lufkin. Rusk...

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