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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

'Buying Selling Services W •or Best Result¡ READ AND USE THI FOR SALE tfc-48. FOR SALE: 1956 25 HP Ev in rude Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and trailer. Four life jackets. Price, $550. Real Bargain! Call MU 3 4<$05, Rev. El wood Birkelbacta. tic-50 FOR SALE: 1 have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Courthouse. 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one ,of them. I will furnish plan:. a*<r specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle. Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamonds Watches Gifts 20% to 50% Off Sm us before you buy. Summers Jewelry FOR SALE: Dump bed; 825 truck tires and stocker cows. Chesley Richards, Atoy. tfc-52 NOTICE Radio Repair Work FOR SALE OR LEASE: 24 x 80 sheet ■ iron building with truck heighth loading dock, and 45 x 45 J building with drive in entrance. Located at Beaumont and Brook- | side, Jacksonville. Call or see Carl ph. MU 3-4044 Williams. Phone 8-820 or 8-864. J-tfc-42 EXPERT REPAIRS ON ALL TYPES OF RADIOS. OVER 2...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY t. !* * WASHINGTON AND, "SMALL BUSINESS" By C. WILSON HARDER Rusk Hospital As at now. there re an e*U- m led 1400.000 Federal civüjan employees, erf which in round numbers TO.000 are in the terri- tonet and possession* nd ! .- 000 in foreign Unrfi • • • Ut«frtbrr. kfl gmrernmeni «&• 1* e*U- ■iM a* rsBBiar "*11 la esees* of 7.SM.MW. n W the pffwn! employ e 4 ranks, about • a e • ■ t •t1 every atoe pro-[ pie tsklac] home pay- C.w M n r checks are «leí li'lag Ihem from (•venuneat. • • • This explains w^y the Federal government and the many ftaie government are in serious fi- nancial difficulties • • • The Federal eovrrnmrnt it empteyinc slo ' thrre- llrn^« a* many pe«>ple in civilian }ol>* a* the nation « rntir* rninin* In- dustry. almost iwirr ** many as are employed on the nation's farms, slightly motr titan are employed hy all the nation fl- nanrlal houses, hank . Insurante companies and r«-al estate f¡rm«. and almost as many at the total employe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN r , A . ... . ,ULr,- w" Eaton-Arnold Vows Read Danger Spots on the Farm! ! Hera art 21 ways to gat hurt Can you find them? A. ACCIDENTS FROM ORDINARY FARM WORK claim as many as 3.600 lives in U.S. annually. Find six possible accidents above. B. NEVER A THOUGHT OF DANGER at the old swimming hole, yet four safety rules are broken in photo below. Public non- motor vehicle accidents take lives of 900 farm residents annually. & C. MOTHER S IN DANGER too. Each year about 3,100 fatal accidents happen in farm homes. Six serious accidents could be avoided in photo above. 'd&m D. MODERN FARM MACHINERY is designed for safe and efficient operation. Use it that way! Ask your farm equipment dealer for a free copy of "Tips for Safe Tractor Operation," a Farm Equipment Institute booklet Just off the press. Find the five ways to get hurt te the photo abov« and check your answers to this safety quiz with COOLED BY REFRIGERATION GET A PARTY TOGETHER AND ATTEND OUR GIANT FUN SHOW...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

PAGE * THE CHEROKEEAN JULY f. )W Grand Jury Indicts 3 On Monday Three indictments wat return- ed Monday by the Cherokee Coun ty Grand Jury for the July Jan uar> term of District Court The indictment* were on charges of burglary with intent to commit theft, theft by pretext and fats line tax violation Names of the indicted persons were with held temporarily 0 Napoleon called England a "'Na- tion of Shopkeepers " SffiSS Our Pharmacists Study Constantly! Everyday new dm , antibiotics and other pharmaceuticals art developed. Our trained phirm* cists reed coc«tently to leern about thorn all. They stand rea- dy to serve yo« promptly, care- fvlly. Make owr store your head- quarter* ... for your health's PHONE 7274 May Drug Inc. LarisM at Raptdale Jacksonville ¡niigíitr • itnvict ■ %Afftr Fence Post- Industry Beckons Etex By Ed Havard A pent in Rural Development Did you know that Texans use more than 20,000,000 fence po*t each year representing a $6.000,- 000 investment"* This wa* only o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county PRESENTING Dr. Porter M. Bailes Prominent Evangelist, Author, Church Statesman in REVIVAL a t Calvary Baptist Church JULY 12-18 SERVICES TWICE DAILY, 10 A.M. —7:30 P.M. R.E.V. WAYNE MORROW, Pastor S TEPHEN CROUCH, Music Director "YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND" (Located on Palestine Highway) Girl Scouts Senior Roundup Wonderful Soys Ann Bruno CENTRAL BAPTIST CIRCLES J'VILLE — Teen-age girls from Pakistan. India, Japan and approxi- i mately twenty other countries are among the 10,000 Girl Scouts at- tending the 15)59 Senior Roundup being held July 3-12 at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Sampling chuck wagon dinners of the Wild West era and singing at campfires under western stars, Girl Guides representing Guide and Scout groups around the free world will learn American His- tory and folk lore from teen-agers from all parts of the United States. Through "Say It" cards and re- cords, Girl Scouts throughout the i United States are already le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

" ■' "" ' " «8- ' >AGS S THE CHEROKEEAN JULY f, IW Many Attend Gallatin Hometoming j VILLE _ A C Jenkins w« vilte wa elected secretary of the Garner (Lottie Dement) GaUat.n, elected chairman and Elsie Col- homecoming committee at a home Mr and Mm O R Bice r, roming held at Gallatin School on ton; Mr and Mr G H. McKnight the Fourth of July Thu marked (Lilbe Bowhng) Gallatin; Mr and Mrs Odell Starkey iElveda Henry), SAVE I Dozens of Smart Fabrics to choose from You'll b* irnmd how littl* it cost* to rouphoistor and ronow your old sofa and chair. Ifs nufic what wo can d*l Call J. LEWIS AWNING CO. 315 E. Rusk Phono JW7 JACKSONVILLE J-tfc 30 the initial homecoming for the «chool and it * * decided that it would become an annual affair vill** were Mrs A ( J T Jon Chandler W P Morrow, Mr and Jenkins, Mr and Mrs s, Mr and Mrs J W (Efttr Garner), H A Jrnkin* Mrs Jeddie Barnes, Mr and Mrs Walter Pike. Barbara Pike, Mr and Mrs Jack P l-ane (Mae Cauaey), Lister I-ine, Mr E Gallatin; Mrs A H....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

:s |ng La- Nan k of Pry- ing par- lor. |>nger it at re- | their and en at ming írady fently ration |r re- Kan- and ¡spent Mr. jfkin I rides I Texas ITEMS The Government Says That the Cost of Living Has Gone Up One and One-Half Percent the Past Six Mos. But Piggly Wiggly Is Reducing Hundreds of Items. Space Will Not Permit the Listing of All Items, But Each Week There Will Be New Listings. PLUS You Save With S&H Green Stamps Guaranteed Top Quality Meats OUTSTANDING VALUES! Bonnie Baker Fresh Ground HAMBURGER pi 1 ri ¡43* Chuck or Crown ROAST WjT _ WJT • _ i 55' Korn Nut BACON T_ 1 1/ 1 i 39* I ender Veal CHUCK STEAK ¡69" BISCUITS 3 cons 25 Neuhoff PURE LARD POUND PAIL Bonnie Baker FLOUR POUND SACK 1.59 1.59 Sno Club MELLORINE % gw. 35' C L O R O X % goi. 35' Other Outstanding Food Values! Neuhoff PURE LARD Plymouth OLEO Blackburn SYRUP FARM FRESH PRODUCE LBS. LB. APPLES Washington State Winesaps B Golden Ripe NO. 5 JAR BANANAS Lb. 10 IVORY SNOW 33' LARGE SIZE SOAP — >/t PRI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

mm,; PAGE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY *. 1W The Cherokeean ■] ASSOCIATION Si4 Offers Refinement Soup, Soap, Salvation STATE CAPITAL NEWS eSTABL.SKPO JULY $, 1M7 AS THE PIONEEfc Entered u second uui matter it the pott:Alict at Rum. Texas finder Act of March 3. 187® E H WHITEHEAD MRS E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upoi the eiuracter ít nduií, or repu- tation of any person, firm, r corpoi „tion wnicb may appear in the .v umnt of this newspaper will be glartiy corrected upoo being brougnt fbf inmtiog of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in Coun:>- One Year in County St* Months Out of County tine Year Out of County R A T E a SI 75 $3.00 $2.25 $4 00 Classifieds and Cards of TharVs charged for at the rate of 5c per word. Cherokeean Editorials Submission or Progress? The negative vv?y of looking at this matter of providing for the Hu-k portier oí Highway 00 b: We've got U> do it or <-l«e take the chare...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

SCD NEWS Well Built Farm Ponds Can Be Real Asset To Landowner Farm Ponds, when built right 1 yield more than the first if the and managed properly, can be rains come in time. come a real asset to the landown- er. Most farms have a good pond Cooperator H. D Rogers of Alto site and no better land use can combined 400 pounds of Crimson be made of such locations than to clover seed from slightly over an construct a well designed pond. (acre 0f ian(j His native Bermuda- Aside from conserving runoff wat- grass is making a rank growth to er and for recreational use, a good finish top quality baled hay. fish pond will yield as much meat per acre as the same acreage of Archie Blackwell of Henrys pasture will yield beef Chapel Conservation Group is mowing weeds from and fertilizing Cooperator J. C Hill of Alto has his Coastal Bermudagrass. A disk combined 2000 pounds of Crimson harrow was used on part of Black- Clover seed. Dr. Hill's Crimson well's grass to control the weeds Clover has resee...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

A Family TTh RUSK CHURCHES SEVENTH-OAV ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Carter, Pa tor Ixi New Building on Euclid St. Sabbath School 9 30 a m Worship Serviré 11:00 Wed Night Service 7:30 Btbk* Lesson* illustrated * it) 'i iored slides assembly of god Pastor: RES J A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer Meeting WJÜ.C. Friday — 2pm. Morning Warship - 11 am, Sunday C. A. Service — 7 p.m., Sundai Evening Worship — 7 30 p.ia Sunday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonni* H. W*bb, Pa tor SVNDAY SERVICES: Sunday Sí htwil 8 45 i. m Morrang Worship, 11:00 am. Training Union, 8 30 pra. F. ening Worship, "'30 p m. \ ulh 1 ii< vt /up. 8 30 p m Wednesday Pray"r Meeting 7 15 Cheir Practice ROO p m CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne i . * . row Sunday School, 9 45 am. Mirrunir W< .-*hip. 1100 am Training Union 6 30 Sun Even. Sunday Evening 7 30 Wednesday Evening Service* 7 SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Joe R Brooks, pastor Sunday School, 10 a,m Worship Service, 11 am BTU, 7 p m Eveaing Worship, 8pm Midweek Worship, Wed ni...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

—.... ler mid Churclh of Your Cho JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES T ' vf¿" ■' X '¿3*. • fV-- < « ; «y r... f ft if" J •* V. í -s ;# ■-* ie |h day of our life we make hundreds, even thousands, of that deeply affect ourselves and others about us. In this tween two friendly rivals; each is faced with constant ... shall he move here .. or perhaps there ... every kuires sound judgment, skill, and often just pure daring. |ur daily lives we make our moves from past experience; ling the results and their effects and often by pure id daring. If we go through life without God; if we ce the decision to attend His house for worship, if we |ike a move in His direction; then all the other decisions res are worthless and without meaning or substance. ly to make your life as God ordained you should... íe service in your church... make your move to God. mi The ; wwi* Lpertevere nd * 7 o( £riih. ThereíU0 !"' ?' '«rtubh Pom t nf view J l" roni * scffi./T . ,'m ir« ro llve M, . 'i-¿,on* M. Ml lili lili i II M...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

i NEW SUPERVISOR for the JétksonvilU school lyitim it J. E. Martin, s««ted, w+io with hts d*ught*r, Judy, itinding lef , and wif*, rocerttly moved to Jecksonvill*, wh«r they aro making thoir horn* at 009 Ft. Worth St. Jwdy i fourteen and will ba in tha ninth grada this yaar. Mr. Martin wa* superintendent of school at Normangoa, Taxat bafora a<coptmg his pratant position. Tha Martini ara members ol tha Metho- disl Church. Jacksonville Hospitals NAN TRAVIS HOSPITAL July 3 Admitted Mrs Graco L Ward. R 3. city, Mrs Cor in? Dover, Rt 4. Rusk; Mrs May me O Harris, July 5 Admitted Mrs N A Johnson, Ray MrDaniH, city Dismissed Hubert I. Lewis, J W Hudson. Mrs Willard McFar Krankston, Baby Girl I>over Rt, 4, . „ . , . ... , _ .... 'and and son cifv, Rotx-rt Walley, Rusk: Mr John <taner Tmdall Rt -pr,)Uj, 2. Nacogdoches, G IJ West more land. Lufkin, Terry NichoU, Cush in? Mrs Rnv H Freeman, city. DtsraiMed Homer Polk. city. Mr>. Juanita Reaves, fit 2 Over ton Mrs Thursa M Ramsey. R...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

Farmer Jones goes to town for BORDEN'S BUTTERMILK news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Rites Held For Attend State To Exchange Vows Soon Fling Family Stages 10th Reunion THE CHEROKEEAN JULY 9, 1959 PAGE 1 [ FRESH- CHURNED COUNTRY FLAVOR Even on nearby dairy farms you'll often find Borden's Buttermilk in the refrigerator. Why should Mrs. Farmer Jones churn her own butter- milk? Borden's Buttermilk is made from country- fresh milk and cream in a way that gives it that fresh-churned country flavor, plus a smoothness that the old-fashioned chum can't equal. ■utter milk ¡I" nm KMMN CCMMf Mrs. R. N. York In Rusk Sunday Funeral services were held in the? Rusk First Methodist Church Sunday afternoon from Mrs. R. N. York, formerly of Rusk. Mrs. York died last Friday morning in a Jack- sonville hospital. The Rev. J. Alton Jones of Pal- estine conducted the services, un- der the direction of Gragard, Spraggins, Swofford of Jackson- ville. Burial was in Cedar Hill cemetery. Mrs. York is...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 9 July 1959

ter Mr and Mr% James Lightsey Making the trip with them siso was Gail Lawrence oí Albuquer que, Vew Mexico who is visiting . „ . , her jrrandparenU here Mr and oí Seadnít were guests of Mr A. S Moore. WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Sarah and Johnny Boyde oí La the 4th and weekend at Pasadena Sunday night Jim remained there Marque aw spending this week Msiting their son in law and daugh for a month s stay at the camp with their is other, Mr* Luale Boyd Mr and Mrs H. F. Stevens, Johnny Stevens. Mr and Mrs H B Odom and his brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Arvie Odom of Den ton, Mr. and Mrs Don Cry sup Mike, Steven, Candy and Mr and Mrs Vernon Vaughn spent the weekend at their Striker Lake house Mr and Mrs Al Thomas of Sher man were weekend guests of Mrs. Thomas' sister, Mrs Mane Butler I"* Par<"nt,> LOOKING AHEAD and children Mrs L M Fisher. Jr . and chil- dren her Aunt Mrs Vernon Grogan and family last week Mr and Mrs George fcaird and Diane of Houston and Raymond Allen of Mt Pleasant sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

It, P JCe * 'Hound . . • Town With ¡Roundabout COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining Hm newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville «fltntki in the most complot* local news nwdium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 1U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area es* 10c per Copy ROUNDABOUT'S GLAD thot ho VOLUME 112 paid his poll tax . . . vetoes of Rusk have gotten thoir money's worth this year . . . A MIGHTY IMPORTANT oloction is coming up in Rusk Friday. Our pooplo will havo tho opportunity to doc Mo what to do with U. S. M. Tho city council has figured out a way to finance tho costly storm sower work without creating ony extra tax burden. Roundabout heartty endorses this bond elec- tion. . . GIVING THE STATE our full É cooperation on widening U. S. 69 into a four lane highway through our city would just about stop any talk that Rusk will bo by-passed. We can't expect the state highway department to extend th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE * JULY 14, If . SPECIALS Thurs., Friday & Saturday, July 16-17-18 Lions Hear Henry Hanes Report On Convention SHORTS too Lb. Burlap B*y 2.39 WHOLE MAIZE 100 Lb. 2.50 CLAYTON'S "FASTER-CRO" — THIS IS A GOOO FEED CREEP FEED for Calve 2.90 100 Lb. Bag BELGIUM BARBED WIRE 3 Point P.r Roll 6.89 MARSHALL LAYING PELLETS 100 Lb. Print B*g 4.09 FLIES — FLIES — FLIES Um Pur in Fly Bait. It kills flias by tH« thousand*. Cost* vary IrtHo. ACT NOW AND AVOID CATTLE GRUBS THIS WINTER! It it tint* now to spray your cattle with CO-RAL. Follow direc- tions and your cattle will have no grubs in thoir backs this wirv . Wo hav« th« product. S«« us for dotal Is. SPRAY YOUR PASTURE AND KILL ALL OF THE WEEDS Interest is developing in this araa in pasturo spraying. You can kill tho woods and havo twico as much grass. Wo aro handling the sprayors and tho wood killor. Soo us for dotails. COTTON POISON Wo havo 1-5-40, 1-10-40, 5% Malathion and IV¡% Dioldrin Dusts. It pays to poison your...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

|e for de- ply out a and lit her. tke y t THE CHEROKEEAN JULY U. 1959 PAGE 3 ) Buying Selling Renting Services Employment ForjBest Results READ AND USE THE fük sale FOR SALE: 1956 25 HP Evinrude Motor and Yellow Jacket boat and trailer. Four life jackets. Price, $550. Real Bargain! Call MU 3 4605, Rev. Elwood Birkelbach. tfc 50 FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about 6 blocks from Courthouse. 1 block off Palestine St. All utilities. Will build you a home on one of them. I will furnish plaiu, specifica- tions and help you to finance. Phone MU 3-2802. M. L. Carlisle Rusk. tfc-26 SALE Diamonds Watches Gifts 20% to 50% Off See us before you buy. Summers Jewelry 210 S. Main Jacksonville j-tfc-28 room. Modem and appealing thr- veniences. Ph. 3-4880. J. H. Fors- build a home. No down payment, >ughout. See Morris Hassell or ter l*c"2j low monthly payments. Call or see Clyde Cauthen, Rusk. tfc-32 Surplus Specials Flashlight Batteries 10c House Paint $2.95 Cots $4.95 up Tool Boxes 35c up Boating a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN JULY u. m* Methodist Youths To Go to Camp According to Mrs. June Crysup.j secretary. First Methodist Church, a number of Rusk youths have reg- istered to attend the annual sum mer camp at Lakeview Methodist! Assembly for all juniors, inter- mediates and seniors of the Pale -; tine-Nacogdoche* District. Regis- tered thus far from Rusk are: Suzie Summers, Dixie Guinn,! Jane Browning, Jenny Butler, Sto-j phariic Co*. Norleine Morgan, Har- old Travis, Stephen Lindsey, Joanna Williams, Ronnie Birkelbach and i Johnny William* III A deadline of Friday noon, July 17th has b<fen set for registration,' as names must lie reported to Lake view by next Monday. The Rusk group will assemble at the church, Monday, Juiy 27th, and leave by car at 8,30 a.m. They will return Friday afternoon, July 31st. Mrs. II. A Lee, Miss Angela Dickey, as counselors and Rev. and Mrs. Elwood Birkelbach, as teach- ers, will also attend the camp. There may lie other adults from this city to att...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

LET'S HELP RUSK GROW Win Up To *1,000 By Contacting Industrial Prospects IMPORTANT PART OUR CITIZENS CAN PLAY IN LOCATING NEW INDUSTRY Local citizens are the key to building their town. This is a proven fact. If a town is to grow and prosper, its citizens in all walks of life, must work together to build their town. L. S. Paine, head of the Industrial Research Department of Texas AAM College, gave an outline of what industry looks for in a town. Rusk qualifies on every one of the following 11 points. Here's what Industry Looks For: 1. Clean, progressive looking city. 2. Suitable sites. 3. Raw materials and labor supply. 4. Favorable tax structure. 5. Good utilities (Electric, gas and phone) 6. Recreational facilities. 7. Adequate trading center. 8. Good churches and schools. 9. Hospitals and Professional Services. 10. Housing 11. Good newspaper. The Editors of the Cherokeean will explain the above points in detail in the next 10 weeks. It's our belief that if we can get the assistan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 16 July 1959

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE 4 JULY 14, 1t5 School Bound Koreon Vets Should See VA Food Poisoning More Common In Worm Weather Dalai Lama's Escape From Tibet Exposes China Fraud Nothing can live without food, in lukewarm foods. If the true farts of the Dalaj Lama's escape from Lhasa, Tibet, could be carried through China's iron curtain and brought to the attention of the half billion Chi- nese enslaved under the Red dicta- torship, the Communists would have difficulty ever again getting across its thoroughly dishonest propaganda Just prior to the Dalai Lama's dramatic appearance in India, after a hazardous 300mile trek through the towering Hima- layas. the Peking Review, one of the top propaganda news weeklies published in China, told the Chi nese people that the revered Tibe tan leader was a captive of the rebel forces fighting the Commu nists. In fact the ne*s magazine pub listed, in its March 31 issue, a series of letters purportedly writ ten by the Dalai I-ima to the chief of the Communi....

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