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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

Renting , \ Services ¡ \Employment or Best Results AHDUStTHS FOK SALE and chick cost. Top Texas Two 3 2741 day and MU 3-4454 night. FOR "a job well done feeling" year Average. First in the Cali- tfc-30 clean your carpets with lilue Lus- FOR SALE: I have 12 lots, about forr a Test. Ideal H-3-Ws chalked for RENT: Furnished and unfur- tn>' Boanlon furniture Co., Rusk 6 blocks from Courtfiouse, 1 block up most profit in National torn- nished apartments MU 3-4010. CENTRAL HEATING off Palestine St. All utilities. Will petition and the chick cost has 1 2-t-p-30 Average 5 openings for as little build you a home on one of them, been reduced. Write for New low FOR RENT. 3 room furnished a as $375.00 Terms! Call for estimate. I Kill furnish plans ana specific* | price and information on Ideal 11- • partment'oii N Main. A¡í'co"n7en¡-¡ tioas and help you to finance. W layers. Ideal Hatchery and ences. Ph. MU 3-4880, J H. Fonitcr. «!m , u u nfo'a.« n T ,1" Phone MU 3 2802. M. L. Carlisle. Poul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

: THE CHEROKEEAN «PAGE 4 JANUARY 21, 1960 City, General Standing Pat [In Dispute; Favor More Talk Understanding Destructive Gopher Is Help In Control Three representative-. of t h e Genera! Telephone Comj>an> ap pi'ared before the City Council lu e«da> night to explain their fctand in the telephone dispute be tween the two parties A/ter more than three hours of proa ediru's -«<th «roups were ap- parently standing pat on points of Contention being discussed. Coun- cilman F A Shinalt made a motion toward the «• r¡rl of the meeting which would leave ihe way open for further negotiations If possible the motion w h i r h pas'.i-d calls for effort to be made f'.r -.<• 111• • rr.<■ nt of the controversy without (ourt action Should the city arid th'- tele phone company fail to reach an agreement before March 16, the matter will t'o to court Negative court action toward the city would mean that the Council would have to -et new rates iri ex re,, of tho-e established in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

Rusk Hospital News * Frank Schmidt, Rusk; Earl Cum- ¡tungs, Alto; I). J Watson. Kusk; C C Bowman, Rusk; Lee Parker, Kusk; Jim Durham, Rusk; O. 11 Moore. Rusk; Mrs. Carrie Holcomb. \¡to; Mrs. E. M. Terrell, Rusk; Lee i . .bble Spivey, Bay City; M. S. Gil- bert, Rusk; Mrs Lessie Woodard, Kusk; J. H. Ralson, Rusk; II. F. Stevens, Rusk; Judy Sales, Rusk; Cius French, Flint; (' H Weaver Sr. Rusk; Mrs. Billy Helm, Rusk; Oon Stafford. Reklaw; Betty Mat- lock. Rusk; C A Allen, A 1 t o; Bertha Conley, Rusk. Lorrene Wil- liams, Rusk, Inez Conley, Alto;j Ethel Hunt, Rusk; Bertha Hamil- !on. Alto, Rether Smith, Rusk; Fred Carter, Rusk Patient Discharged james W. Brown, Alleyton; Mrs. , ifnrd Costlow, Rusk; Mrs. John I McCarty, Rusk; Mrs. Linnie Bow- man. Rusk; Mrs. Josh Wood, Rusk; Mrs. Duward Smith, Rusk; Debrah Hudson, Alto; II. Hall, Cleburne, \v K Lusk, Rusk; Mrs. Pearl Ses- 10ns & Baby girl, Ponta; Mrs. Myrtle Meeks, Rusk; Mike Houston, Uto; Noel Bradford, Alto; Lcveta White. Rusk; J a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

To Speak Here Friday "Bulwark for the AO's" will be and Europe, 1957, the Orient in Ifus Helen Poe'i topic when #he eluding Japan, Hong Kong, Thail speaks here Friday evening, at the and, India, Pakistan, Iran, Syria, Rusk High School Auditorium, 7 30 fa-banon, and Middle East; 1958, pm Russia, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Miss Poe is a well known lectur anci th(' Mediterranean, 1959, Mid er. speaking on experiences gained ^ *'«<; Yugoslavia Ku- utnrM utíHa tmv^U mama, Hungary. Poland and West- through world-wide travels As a student in 1939 she toured Europe, personally hearing Hitler at Nuremberg and Mussolini in Rome She returned in 1949 to view the mir.s left by Hitler and Mussolini, also to visit Russian oc cupied territory erri Europe Miss Poe uses her world travel to inform, inspire and entertain. In her talk here Friday, she will us - Iron Curtain experiences of the Satellites as background in formation A native of llallas, one of the Since that time her trips have compliments...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

lilll b'i J SCHOOL NEWS . . . (Continued From Page Two) j¡¡d wo pulled up stnices and took out for Texas. That is how I got to Husk. It was the only place that vould have. us. Father was wanted lead or alive by the Mayo Clinic.! My first five years in grade; si hool were horrible. 1 never went <n>where I never found Easter K ;v I never got a valentine, and' vvoist of all. 1 was always •"it." But !ha! was before 1 discovered chloro- phyll. 1 entered high school with a chip - i my shoulder. The kids all point- ed at me and laughed until I noti i'il it and embarrassedly brushed ! i iff The rest of the day was fine. I : ol along OK with all my teach- ers mainly because I was several ears older than most of them. And .vas there that I first met Gord- Cordon was a short, skinny bully ■ '¡at played second fiddle in band, ..lid, of course, I fell madly in love .villi him. (Mainly because he was ■he only one in school older than me.) We were meant for each ther He did my Zoology and I ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE I JANUARY 21, "«To Wed At Reklaw, 29 th Lionesses Every Member , Canvass Set Meet Thurs. By Methodists Quinton's Mrs Char lene Long and Mrs Carmel Lee were co-ho tesses to a regular meeting of the Rusk l ioness Club Thursday at Quinton's Restaurant. President. Mrs. Syble Rozelle, presided at the brief business ses- tion. Chairman of the rodeo hook advertising for i960, Mrs Mae Eve lyn Pryor. announced work to be- gin soon, and distributed cards for assisting members in helping with this A delirious fried chicken dinner, topped with lemon lie box pie, was served to the following Lionesses Betty Jo Stovall, Marjorie fucker son, '¡ene Meyers. Jane Thompson, Sarah Summers, Elizabeth P'.lliott, Katherine Draper, Joann Henry, Verdie Mae Banks, Hazel Musick, Ann Havard, Eloi.se Kit's, Ernma Lee Woods, Syble Ro/elle, Mae Evelyn f'ryor, Charlene I.orig and Carmel Iye Mrs Stovall won the Cherokee theatre tickets and Mrs Draper the door prize Brother Of Orren Spence Dies Tu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

I "'"cnfy times doily, KTLU, broadcasts serial numbers of lucky one dollar bills., which have been distributed ot the par- ticipating sponsors places of business in Rusk. Shop here, ask for your change in dollar bills, then get set to listen sor the lucky numbers an!.:;: d! You may win from $1.00,to $5.00, to $10.00,to $15.00, to a handsome $169.50 television re: o: Í..T.Í0 in cash. And all you have to do to win is to listen for your lucky serial number to be c a 11 e d on the LLCXY BILL CONTEST! Just ask for your Lucky Bills! WILLIAMS Your Cherokee County Rambler Dealer TUCKER'S Marine and Sporting Supply BEARDEN Furn„ Store Where You Always Get More For Your Money Rusk open 7 days a week 8 a.m.-8 p.m. You've seen the rest—now buy the best—for less Hunting and Fishing License STEWARÍS BOOT & SADDLE SHOP Your Olson Steltzer Boot Dealer West Side, Rusk PIGGLY WIGGLY Rusk, Texas Cello Carrots S&H Green Stamps Skyway Light-Weight Luggage a fashion leader 6 Chromatic Colors Sout...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

COMPLIMENTS OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK J. A. STATON Building Materials Cooks Paints — Phone 8317 COMPLIMENTS OF BUSH & BAILEY OIL COMPANY 527 Larissa — Phone 8206 BIG STATE CREAMERY W¡*h Our Compliment! K06 W Larii', — Phone 4168 H enó J BODY SHOP ah Work guorante d 101' - N M«/n Phone 7 0226 EARL M. GAY (Distributor) • f Gulf O'l Products — Phone 4624 COMPLIMENTS OF Jacksonville Ready-Mix Concrete Palestine Hwy. — Phone 7113 COMPLIMENTS OF O. L. HOLCOMB Cr SON'S TRACTOR SERVICE Your John Deere Dealer Phone 8051 RELIANCE RADIO b TELEVISION Hoffman Sales - Service All Makes 314 E. Rusk — Phone 2 8261 COMPLIMENTS OF BEARDEN FURNITURE CO., INC. A Christian Life It A Happy Life COMPLIMENTS OF GRAY ELECTRIC CO. A Friendly Place To Trade JACKSONVILLE BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION Savings and Home Loans RAYMOND WEST INSURANCE AGENCY 302 Firtt National Bank Bldg. Phone 9116 WOOLERY TRUCKING COMPANY Refrigerated and Other Trucking Need 130 W. Larissa — Phone 9305 Gragard-Spraggins- Swo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

. I barfbo \ CELLO l piggly wiggly YOUKON MEAL 25 - $100 DOLLAR DAYS SPECIAL! Your dollar'll do cartwheels at Piggly Wiggly's "Dollar Days" sale! Money-saving quantity dis- counts on dozens of top grocery items, meats, and fresh fruits and vegetables. To see new life breathed into the tired dollar, shop Piggly Wiggly all this week! This is one food sale that you can't afford to miss! We'll see *ya at Piggly Wiggly! GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE CARROTS KENTUCKY WUNDER BEANS CALIFORNIA SUNKIST ORANGES Package 5 YELLOW QUASH Pound Pound Pound 19* 15* 19* CLUB MELLORInE DOLLAR DAYS SPECIAL! SPAM WOLF CHILI BONNIE BAKER FLOUR IMPERIAL CANE SUGAR NBC CRACKERS CROWN VANILLA EXTRACT 12 Or Can No. 2 Can 5 10 Pounds Pounds Pound Bo* 4 O?. Bottle 49* 59* 39* 99* 25* 59* 7c OFF SOAP MR. CLEAN 29* DUZ P'nt Bottle DANISH HAMS Larfje 35* 2 5c OFF SOAP IVORY Bath Siie PLUMR03E CLEANSER S1ÜE DUTCH 2 Pound Can 14 Oi. Can S2.39 15* IVORY SNOW Giant EAGLE CO F F MUG For 99 GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY MEATS DIXIE MA...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

iwe ASSOCIATION PlONfcfek Ai THE eST-VBL.ii-'fi Outdoors IN TEXAS Prevention Beats Cure Where Legal Help Concerned Entered u second nasi under Act of March 3 lff7d E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS. E. II WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN mallei at the postoffice at Ru*«. Texw Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager Nw*s Editor Any erroneous reflation upo*. inc character ntariiluiK, or repu Ution of any person, firm, cnrponUon \ ni<h may appear In the columns of this newspaper will be gladly oorrwtwi upon being brougflt to the attention of the publisher 5UBSCR Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Vear Out of County IPTICN RATES $1 73 $3 00 $2 25 $4 00 Clawifiodi and Card of Thanks charged for *t tha rale of it p«r ward. Cherokeeon Editorials i ' ADC Cases Have A Way Of Becoming Chronic The Tex&n Research t-'-a ifuo has reported extensive research into government aid to dependent children and ha.(i adviaed that doles, however neces-ary to some families, arc not ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

C®¿666 Political Calendar Fer State Representative: VV. W. GLASS For County Sheriff: ALLEN DOTSON HOMER SMITH \Garden Club Prepares Report For State Entry Mrs. Robert von Doenhoff was hostess to a regular meeting of the Daffodil Garden Club last Friday afternoon at three o'clock. President. Mrs. Raymond Ver- million, presided at the business session, when Mrs. Herbert Os- borne reported on the flower show held in December. She asked each member to prepare an opinion of the show, to be attached to a scrap- book, which will be entered in state ' competition. : Wednesday Club Elects New Slate I Mrs Ralph Benton was hostess to the Wednesday Social Club Jan- uary 13 as the club elected new ; officers for 1960. Elected for the new year were: Mrs. J. C. Turney, president; Mrs. Forrest Reagan, vice - president; Mrs. Ed Ratcliff, treasurer; Mrs. H. M Schluter, secretary; and Mrs. ; W. H. llanna, reporter. Mrs. T. i I Cobble, outgoing presi- dent, presided at the meeting at Qutnton's restaura...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE a JANUARY 21. 1940 Biggest Howl On Merit Plan Is Retroactivity Initiated As Pine Burr Member By Verri Sanford Texii Pre$t Association AUSTIN—Nothing that has conic out of stale government in rccril has cansffi as hig a ruckus merit plan auto insurance month! fis t b e rates It is of the argument on i corner. Critics have mounted a t w r>- pronged attack I to the Hoard of Insurance, whith authorized the plan, to chance it and <2) to i:e! the courts to declare it umoristitu tional Hoard hearing to review the plan was called at the request of Sen i'írady Hazlewood of Amarillo, one of the most vocal objectors to the plan Just before the hearing, a group of attorneys from tin' Harris County chapter of the Texas As soriation of Plaintiffs' Attorneys filed suit in an Austin district court seeking a permanent injurie 'ion against use of the plan. Chairman l'enn J Jackson de dared the Board would listen to all protests with an open mind Most insurance rate ., he sai...

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

T£Xté i\ By Vern Sar.ford During the dove hunting season the wife of a friend of mine proud- ly displayed a new 20 jjauge shot ^un which her husband had given her fur a birthday present That's an old trick Many a husband has gotten a new «un or a new fishing rod of his special choice by the mag- nanimous gesture of giving it to friend wife for a present. Surta' like buying junior an elec- iric train! Times are changing, however, li you don't believe it, go afield and r.oie how many wives now are -hboting. There' was a wonderful demon- -tration of this during the three- da} white-winged dove season in the Valley Here i¡ was possible to a eon re .'auon of hunters - !Iiuii' nncls of them in fact. It seem- about every third shooter w:s a woman. Some were wives, some wt ;e suee:hearts, and some wt re unattached. Women always have had a good e>e fur shootin Whether at tin- trap or in the field, when they half try, women are just about as good shots as men. Some are far better Some wome...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 January 1960

THE C 11 E R O K E E A M JANUARY 21, 1960 PAGE 6 JANUARY 21, I960 J'ville CM A To Be Wed March 5th To Present Miss Iturbi *9tÉü- •nti iri !/ fir i I !«• pre . r< (if I hi ¡lie 'ivii I hi s II pn .•ili'* <■ f'ir Willi' She ri • \ iofi, '1 hnr '¡>y !' pin in the k u hool Auditorium linuury 21 appear.! nr irbi. foilows ;i r..iiion ' fit.'itiori on the J if-II Hour January l.r>lh ppi.ired willi her inlern-i'ioriiilly uno i , brother .Jose' iturbi. A.nj.iiro Hiirlil was horn in rolor il \';il«ifif la, Spain liy tin- time i■' w .> three. an unusual musical ili ni h;d become appari nl This, i '.m'Vit. was not him; «rspcrially ■ ' iiin iri the: Iturbi family, for latí- liranido el hundred ' M .1 (il Cothv Gabbert Game Party Notes Fifth r. . . „ Pi-:-hdavMon. Enjoyed By Sororify i id Kurope in tw i• i• t hor f. i' h h> r I lo:'- Iturbi the r MISS AMPARO ITUROI Mr and Mrs. Paul Cox, Mr. and Mr Bill Davi- Mr and Mrs. Jack Kits Mr and Mrs Henry Guenzci, Mr and Mrs Morris Hnssc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

K ¡'I ■ I, 'flauivd . . . Town tyi'Ltfi ílonndaíaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering 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, 18i7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10c Per Copy POLITICS IN THE AIR AGAIN V0LUME 112 .. seems like everybody enjoys the JANUARY 28, 1960 RUSK. TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 32 time of year when they can spe- culate on who will "announce" next. Except the office seekers, of course. They're the ones who seem to be proudest of the earlier filing deadline . . . they don't have to sweat it out another couple of months . . . FILING WILL BE over Sunday and we'll have an idea just how much local politics we're in for . . . DUB ISAACS has got two rea- sons for rejoicing this week . . He's the poppa of a new baby boy . . . and then, his new venture in the self-service gasoline business outdid the w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

THE CHEROKERAN PAGE TWO JANUARY 28, 1 '60 Reklaw Nev/s By Etrrria Carson (He'd from Lait Wt-elO Mr* Narif / J' r<Jun and Mri J.i I',mi ll -Át'f •.r,;.ro(i:- iri i"..i-k ;.n Mr• For'! Jnvl ... ar.rl M r Maydelle News . . . by MRS MINNIE CONNER ,Ir ait'! Mr- I. ( Steele of O n, California visité') Mr Mor 'urd> Johir y .Jordan r.<. !.< f(i> of w. h M r .Mr-, Ka-jgelt Mr- lia -I MiiMi'r r ■ i¡;«rr¡ Koridren, Matfie Kondren -¡"-nt Houston Vi-itiii'.: an who is ill in j)\:A in Jiouiton and MUs Fhur da. ik Te Ma h is iar A French a life tu P on I; K Dau; Rusk Junior Hi Rip Crockett In Junior High S hool basket- Crockett. Crockett girls team and hall activity in the Rusk High eighth firade team then proceeded (jymna.>ium Monday, "he Itu-k <¡ev- )(J w¡„ a ()ajr from their Rusk (•nth eraders took a same from counterpart- The liusk beginners showed a lot cemetery. ,, , , , , of promise, edging Crockett 28-25. Many out of town relatives and 1 at a Rusk Ho-, fri, mJ. th, f r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

team and proceeded icir Rusk ivvt'd a lot ;ctt 28-25. the boys Sames, as <■ Eaglets ped 41-5, d account Crockett ft I I by ;arn rom ■irst THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 28, I960 PAGE 3 news of interest to WOMEN in cherokee county Exchange Vows Friday Marriage vows were exchanged Birkelbach, brother of the groom, Friday evening in the sanctuary of were candlelighters and ushers, the First Methodist Church of Rusk Floyd Walling of Clute served as by Miss Elizabeth Kinsel and John best man. Dennis Bass and Tillman Birkelbach. Kinsel, brother of the bride, were The bride is the daughter of Mr groomsmen. and Mrs. Otto Kinsel of this city. A reception in Fellowship Hall She is a graduate of Rusk High "f the churd («"«wed the wed- School. I,on Morris College, and has (''n8- Ihe brides table was laid been attending Stephen F. Austin College at Nacogdoches. ft P! > I with a white cloth and overskirt of blue net. The three tiered wedding , . , ., , cake topped with a miniature bride The bridegr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

The Cherokeean news and feature edition for Jacksonville and Cherokee County Compiled in tin Chcraktrbbt .Inck-owilli Hurtan Marge Hyer Is Named Sweetheart Of Jacksonville Junior Cage Team Senators Johnson and Yarborough Working On County Airport Project School Head Is M. C. For Club At Tyler Meet it not i f i J'VjrU.F W Í). Muuldin, first vice president and program chair- /nan of the Kast Texas School Men's Club served master of ecrein- onies last Monday evening at a r<- guiar dmn'T meeting in Tyler Speaker of the evening wag Harry VV Clark industrial consult ant f.>r the Texas Power arid Light Company, who spoke on ' The Role of l'uh¡ Schools In Securing In- dustry ," The n e x t meeting will be in Gret' 'oí, with I fie Pine T r e School District, February 15. Olht meetings scheduled for this year will be held in (iladewater a n d Panola ( oil• • '• iri < arth.i:;«• ilie authorities h a v e '1 that Senators byndori li Johnson and lialph Yarburou::h have contacted the I'ci...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

wiui a íh Dick of iO- m, to lat mM First First Methodist Baptist Dr. Young Says Dieldrin Dust is Best For Control of Ants FOLKS & FACTS FROM Circles Circles Olan Black (left) and Harlie Vann Tuesday became the county's most recent winners in the tri-city "Lucky Bills" contest. The pair are shown being; presented $25 and $15 checks by E. B. Jolly of Jacksonville, of the Star Journal advertising department. Lucky Bills continues this week in Rusk, Alto and Jacksonville. J'ville Hospital News HANGS-HOUSE CIRCLE J'VILLE Mrs. Jack Ronfro, 1112 Tyler, was hostess Tuesday rnorn- ¡tit; for ihe Manes-House Circle of the Woman's Society of Christian ' Service of First Methodist Church. Hi frc-dinunts of coffee and cake were served to ten members and .!.!< guc.'.t. Mr> II. V Farr led the prayer 'roup using as her topic "Selfish- ness " In continuing the s t u d y of Luke's Portrait of Christ" Mrs. Julius House taught the fourth chapter, "Jesus and the Scrip- tures," and Mrs. T. E, Ac...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

K'V ■ W;í5i ■ &];. Éttfe : PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 28, 1960 Buying Selling or Best Result Renting 1 ■ Services 1 r- -v . Employment 1 ' READ AND UStTHf FOR RENT 3 room furnished partment. Utilities paid. ML' 3- 4552 1423 Hospital St R E Reese. l-tc-32 HI ILDING FOR REM OR LEASE Next to Post Office and Treatre lías 27lí¡ square feet also balcony with 1008 square feet. Contact Theatre rnana;;i r, Cherokee Thea- tre READ THE CLASSIFIEDS 1956 FORO V-8 FAIRLANE TOWN SEDAN Fordomatic, radio, heater, good •rhit* tires, beautiful Tan and White. $1245.00 1950 MERCURY CLUB COUPE Radio, Heater Overdrive. Going At Only . . . $295.00 1954 CHEVROLET 4-Door Sedan Radio, Heater, Standard Shift, Clean inside and out. You will like this one $595.00 1955 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4-DOOR SEDAN One Owner Car, fully equip- ad. A steal at only $725.00 1957 FORD Country Sauire Waqon Cruise-O-Matic, Radio, Heater Air Conditioned, Tinted Glass, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Power Windows, low mileage. $1850.0...

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