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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

BLDG. 8722 l>nald OR |"MENT te 4262 30 m to to 6< i( tvtnty times doily, KTLU, broadcasts serial numbers of lucky one dollar bills., which have been distributed at the par- ticipating sponsors places of business in Rusk. Shop here, ask for your change in dollar bills, then get set to listen tor the lucky numbers announced! You may win from $1.00,to $5.00, to $10.00,to $15.00, to a handsome $169.50 television set or $100 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 LUCKY BILL CONTEST! Just ask for your Lucky Bills! MATHEWS- MILLER Rusk's Store of Dependable QUALITY West side of the square Rusk, Texas GREATER VALUES S&H Green Stamps MACKS BAIT & TACKLE Minnows-Fishing Supplies Get Your Minnows In Oxygen Filled Plastic Bags, Guaranteed 24 Hours. RUSK JEWELERS Skyway Light-Weight Luggage a fashion leader 6 Chromatic Colors South Side In Rusk C0PELANDS Georgia-Lynne Red, Blue, Black LEOTARDS for ladies and girls $1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MU • JANUARY 28, 1960 Hostess To Circle Wed. ¿0 666 GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIR.5* At HENRY'S JEWELERS Phone MU 34645 Rusk. 1 a*. Women of the Firs! Presbyterian Church Circle No 3 met Wednes- day night at the home of Mrs. Lois Henry with twelve members pre sent The following officers were elected Mrs Mildred Fulton, chair man; Mrs I, 11 Evans, vire chair man; Mrs Sigfrid Urdal, secretary treasurer After the election, work for the year was outlined Mrs C I' Owen was a finest. Refreshments of date and cocoa nut puffs, fruit cake, date bread and coffee were served a' the meeting's conclusion 0 Napoleon was morbidly afraid •f cats There"* a wonderful feel- ing of independence and| well-being that goes with a sturdy nuvingM account where real earningg make your money grow fanter, and ivilli injured safety! Anticipated Dividend Rate VU% Per Annum RUSK FIRST Federal Savings and Loan Association Phone MU 3-2708 TEXAS Weekend Specials NICHOLSON'S ■1 ennn stopf Imperial SUGAR 10 9...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

K I ¡p lii Wm IP Ml-;, JiS i Pigglg Wigglys A TEXAS RUBY RED tíííSI •'Vví^S1 SOMETHING DIFFERENT? wnmflwfls Good! 6oodMbulbo! In chilly weather like this, your family needs plenty of Vitamin "C", the "Sunshine Vitamin." The best natural source for Vitamin "C" is citrus fruits-and the best place to get them is Piggly Wiggly! You'll find only the juiciest, tastiest oranges, grapefruit, and lemons at Piggly Wiggly ... a real treat for the whole family! For the best prices on the most delicious citrus fruits in town, shop Piggly Wiggly! Fight those colds and flu by eating plenty of citrus fruit. GRAPEFRUIT 5 Lb- Bag 25 1 CArtO ORANGES Full Of Juice 5 Lb- Bag 29 CALIFORNIA SUNKIST LEMONS ¿<>10 WASHINGTON STATE STARRING RED DELICIOUS APPLES ">15 Guaranteed Top Quality Meats 0 BORDEN'S COTTAGE CHEESE PINT 23' PLAIN OR IODIZED MORTON'S ... Try plump, juicy sections of Florida grapefruit combined with crisp salad greens and tangy Roquefort French dressing! It's a refreshing, differe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN JANUARY 2t, 19M State Capital News iSTABL.&HBn JULY S. 1*47 AS THi HOW6K* Entered u second ciase nutter at the postattlce at Rum. Texas under Art of March 3. 187# Familiar Hats Piling Up In Texas Political Ring E. H. WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor a/Ml Publisher Office and Buaroeaa Manager New* Editor Any erroneous reflection «pot. the character «tawling. or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation wiaich may appear In the ■olumns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brougDt ♦o tb* attention of the publisher ' SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in Cotia!y RATES >1.75 One Year ia fo«ntjr $3 *> 9tx Month* Out erf (>unty t2.2S Ome Year Out ef County M OO fleas Iflsrli and Card of THa«Urs chirped for a* the rala ef 5« par word. Cherokeean By Varn Sanford Texet Pre Atiociation AUSTIN With the filing dead- line (Feb. 1) drawing near, the poli- tical ring it filling with hats — most of the/n familiar to Texas voters Sinc...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

Yarbrough Announces For Pet. 1 Constable Helen Poe's Talk Praised, Well Received on Speaking from experiences based ] She added, "we were thrilled may well be (he turning point in her world travels, Miss Poe's beyond expectations with Miss Poe, civilization. topic was "Bulwark for the 60's." and the reaction of all who heard! However ?he expressed a belief Her appearance here was spun tier Friday verifies the worthwhile- THE JANUARY 28, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PAGE 3 I would like to take this opportu- devote my full time to the people A largc audience at Rusk High nity to announce my candidacy for of this precinct and carry out the School Auditorium Friday evening, constable of Precinct 1, subject to duties of that office in a fair and, hean| Mis, Helen Voc¡ noted lec. the action of the Democratic Pri- impartial manner 1 hope to con tact each and everyone but in case 1 fail to see some of you I earnestly solicit your vote and support at this time. Thank You C. E. (Gene) Yarbrough Lewis Bank...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OF GOD Pastor: REV J. A GRIFFIN Wednesday Prayer .Meeting W.M.C. Frifljy — 2 p rn Morning Wor-hip - 11 a.m., Sunday C. A Service 7 p.m., ffcindai Evening Worship — 7:30 p a, Suiday FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Lonnio H Webb, Paitor SUNDAY SFÍRVICKS Sunday Sctu^l, 9 45 a rn Murnini? Wor-hip. 11:00 aw Training Union. f> ''-O pm Kvenina Worship, 7:30 p rn Youth Fellow hip, H 30 p rn Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 13 Choir Practice P <x) p rn CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Wayne < V Sunday School, 0 43 a m Morning Wo.-"-hip. 11 00 am Training Union 1 30 Suri Even. Sunday Evening 7:30 Wednesday evening service 7 ?• SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Joe R Brook , pastor Sunday School, 10 a m. Worship Service, Ham. BTU, 7pm Evening Worship, H p m Midweek Worship, W< d night, 7:30 p rn SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST SERVICES SATURDAY Tom Carter, Pavtor In New Buildim: on Euclid St. Sabbath School {) 30 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 Wed Night Service 7 30 ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Jam...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

ears of service, covering many miles, id carrying heavy loads have taken eir toll on this tire, however, if you t it in the hands of an expert, is tire may be rebuilt, and renewed r years of service. ow like the tire we are, working at >me or on the job, meeting the chal- nges that come up each day. How )od it is then to enter the house of e Lord, and let our Master remold, build, and strengthen us for the days lead. ttend church regularly and receive e benefits of a bountiful love. //V ' «III JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES The CKurch is God's appointed, agency-in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and of His demand tor man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Without this grounding in the love of God, ho góvernment or society or v/ay of life will Ipng per severé and the freedoms which we hold so dear will inevitably perish. Therefore, even from a selfish point of view, one should support the Church for the sake of; the welfare of himself and his family....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN "ACE 6 JANUARY 28, 1960 County Association Says Check YourTB IQ on These Questions TB 1Q' It means Tuberculosis In- telligence Quotient That i,<, how much do you know about TP.'' J Alvin Mitotead. president of the Cherokee County Tuberculosis As- sociation, furnished the following statements ai<out tuberculosis and the answers Said Mr Milstead, ' If our literature on TB, which alwav- accompanies the Christmas Seal campaign, has been good enough, the people of Cherokee County will know the answers to these state ments. 1 Tuberculosis is inherited 2 People who pro¡ and live in d' 3 F'eof feel sick. 4 A ho people v. I -■ mí houses don't net TB. who have TB usually I, (irv o ha best for TB 5 On' (• a person has had TB he's immune to further attack « About Mil,000 Amen. ;,¡t. h.v.ft active TB tod i; y 7 More worn'. r¡ than men eome down with TB 8 Ii,'li t-'¡ion is a symptom of TB 9 í ■■( Tjone can he eared of TB t'>day. Now check your answers 1 False TB is picked ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

Editorial By Donna I Macs Youth is a word that combines and covers many other names. It means young in years, experience, mind, and heart. It stands for boundless energy that must be di- rected at something worthwhile or it may lead to mistakes. It means a fresh, exciting outlook on life with few prejudices and without set ways and ideas. It means am- bition to be bigger and better, and the firm belief that these dreams can be carried out. to know fully that one must con- form to set standards—that one has certain rules by which he must live and he must do the things which will be constructive to him. There was a time when a teen- ager was only a child in the "in- between" stage and nobody really thought much about it if he were gawky and ill-at-ease with other people. The teen then was almost grateful for his obscurity and ac- cepted his part in life without EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 I you are!!! doubt or worry. But, today, teen- Youth can also mean too young |agers are very import...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 January 1960

Sir' THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE « JANUARY 28, I960 CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS MORRIS A. BAILEY, JR. As*' County Agricultural Agent The soil test program is in full swing in Cherokee County. Soil samples have be«n coming into the Extension office in a steady stream. Your assistant county agent was visiting in the Wells area recently in an effort to stimulate interest in soil testing. I visited Dr Jessie Wilson, and helped him take sev- ral samples from his pasture. Dr Wilson took a sample last year, and he's convinced that it pays While we were there, we also kill ed a town of rut ants with poison gas. 1 was also visiting with Mr A Mrs F T. Sessions, Mr Sessions has both pasture and row crop land He is completely gold on soil test mg lie says that several years ago, We have ihe banking service for you... No n «d to run «II over town for different banking ervice! We cen mee your every need right here . . . whether ift for e checking account, a pertonal loan or *afe deposit bo*. Come In . . . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

'Round T own tyl/itfi IRqw^ÁciIÍqjiÚ COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining Hit newsgafhering 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 t 0 1 ÁJÜÜ 10c per Copy VOLUME 112 CHEROKEE COUNTY VOTERS have got a big slate to choose from in most posts this year . . . HIGH SCHOOL Principal Mack Philbrick pridefuliy noted this week that all his education collea- gues at the high school had paid their poll taxes . . . "We're a 100 per cent," Mack said. WHO'LL FILE NEXT was what kept most folks guessing the first part of the week . . . now politics has settled down to campaigning, Crockett Street after what seems like a big part of the electorate has filed for pub- • 14/*!! State Will Help With Curb Work The State Highway Department has informed the city it will parti- cipate about half in a $24,000 curb a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

THE PAGE 2 CHEROKEFAM FEBRUARY 4. I960 First Complimented With Tea Baptist Monday At Lang Home Circle s red 3') Miss Dolores MjIIk r, bride-, of Don Claj. ton Jr , was hot. with a tea Monday m-'ht from to 9:30 ¿t the home of Mrs 1: Lang «i": Mrs Jean rar...:l := hostess Mrs C.r i.l ."reeled !!,• Marriage Solemnized Recently LULA Nr/ZBUKN CIRCLE Mr 'h11 reto '/ 'Ml c i; Mrs. Williamson Honors Miss Trayis With Tec Central Baptist Circles f/ABY r,ljr LOCKARD CIRCLE of-i rx'fl the ( ,.., ■ 7 he r<th ,,r, I v.11 i taught i Jiiiroh i This con- iji homt If-:illi wi'h f it,r ''••'In. ' (hit Our Mi th'" l i t ,i....r| i r f i Mr V f .'J F. M ? Betty I.OÜ Travis, bride-eh (t i,1 Hojjfrt Drake Wilk,s, on ■ lit' (I v.i*h a beau;i- í I! api", i.'- 'I tí a Saturday after- noon in the hfi'm** of Mr-. George W.üiarr. ort. Jr Gt/<•-!• wer< .•reefed b> the hori- 'irer K.-r im.:?. r Mr- I. I. Travis, r Mr, M I, I.efVr, ' f the :'r>, >rn, Mr- Fort Worth A tali nl of various fr■ ri ¡ ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN FEBRUARY 4, 1960 PAGE 3 J'ville Hospital News Mr. arid Mrs. John Wylie Reed of Alto announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Sylvia to Burl Hartlett of Lufkin. The wed- ding is planned for February 20 at the Cold Springs Methodist Church. Friends and relatives of t h e couple are invited by this means. A reception will be held in the church annex following the ceremony. FOLKS & FACTS FROM In & About Alio Mr and Mrs. Walter Halbert of Rusk visited Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Halbert and Mr. and Mrs. Lizc Halbert last Sunday. Miss Judy Thomas, a student at S. F. A. spent the weekend with Mrs. Tracy Pearman and other friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lightfoot of Dallas spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs. Deed Sehoch- ler and son Stevie Mr. and Mrs. Dick Scoggins of Rusk visited Mr and Mrs, Zack Ghoston arid other relatives in Alto. Mrs. Ludora King of Rusk spent the weekend with her daughter Mrs. Roy Black and Mr Black. Mr. and Mrs. Dix...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

In Rusk i homas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU 3-2?2? J.C. WILLIAMS "YOUR FRIENDLY TFXACC DEALER" MOSELEY DRUG STOP': ( P. B/. A LL - N YAL - PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MU 1 \-Uf k n f j c i tr JU DTPS SUPPLY oiis* rvr i# I HONE MU 3-W BILL V|MING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE RANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY '¡>;,crn bank Bldg. MU 3-2277 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FT.ED Al'.o Hwy. MU 3 2206 IKE DANIEL, Manager CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.D I.C. Rusk Jewelers COPELAND'S Georgia-Lynne Shop Knox Ray Men's Wear < Ham Television) Western Auto Associate Store Citizens Industrial Insurance Company South Texas Producers Association Verdie Mae Banks Grocery CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO (hANNA A GUEN7EL) ALEXANDER Cr LUSK SERVICE STATION b GARAGE RUSK CHURCHES This Sunday Hear ASSEMBLY OF GOO ! „ 'or I;':V .1 A (.kit FIN Wifljr.fiMiay Prayer MccUtiit W M ( !• riday p rn Morn J ra; Worship 11 a rn , Suwi.iy < A S< rv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

■0t4 ÍM té m mM -i ■m mL, ^•Va® fl *$,'* *tíM¡Í &. >l.¿ :5 4 < i I / e • I for sprenn ls G°J'i „ f °<' % Me Ln opP< . hvr rr;or"< ' ®' ///w Av« •'•/-«/?• ./ ^ /< «, M. ^ Of r\n°!9hb0r '?,n to rci 'J /;-'o f0r "s w°r¡d *^ÍÉÍ I ÍM & ■ "• $ S>™1 liiiill Wtf.V •-•>:• • •••><< •:<•• •:•■•■:.: ••:•-. ••" SiñM ;•:->. 5í¡¿V. >/*vfcw^/.,v.' vmmmm I ÉP¡£i x< ^J¿ y'y "*■'■■ &&■> *W'XÜy¿-V*fV ■mm ; ,tU MÍ:' >-4;ÍÍ ÜI iml : . > if;* *J . .. : • a ■ r'J- •ísjá?"'. '. "' C 1960, Coleman Adv. Serv., P. O. Jíé!x^Í887i Dalla , Tefcas JACXSOM VSLLE CHURCHES Btl I ; 1111 ¡, I \ run EAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOD James Bullón, Pastor Sunday School 9.45 AM Horning Worship II AM !.'veiling Worship 7:30 P.M FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD 92í Washington Street Rev I 'a 111 (i Concilio, Castor Sunibiv School 9 4:"> A M. Murniht! Worship li \,M i hihlrcn's church t> :><i I' M. Evening Serv jee ?:io r M WMC :' 13 P.M. 'I'uoKtlaj Wednesday Serv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

PAGE 4 THE CHEROKEFAN FEBRUARY 4, 1W0 FORGO/CAT RES(/¿TS * everyone jf?S> FOR SALE FOR SAI.K Peach, pear apple, fit!, Japanese Persimmon, fcrape, Old Indian Clini' Peach, Hruce f'lmi \r> <«, $15 00 per IftO Mili- Ka«t M Sdxnar. Thurman's Nursery, Route 2 Jacksonville frtp-32 FOR SALE-GOOD CLEAN USED CARS Saveral to choose from-terms arranged, Big trade allowances. F. M. MEADOR 409 S. Jackson 2 Block South of Po*f OHica Phona 8984 Jacksonville 1955 f ori Custom Rum and I/m>ks < r«-at $595 10M C istomlim- 2<\"<>r $495 (ifxfd, very clean car 1962 Mercury *395 V 8 with overdrive 15 */) Old.'inolnl'' $195 Runs and drive ¡:o<xl 1947 Chevrolet * 65 Good transportation COPELAND Motor Company Alto, Te*as 1956 FORD V 8 FAIRLANE TOWN SEDAN Fwdomatic, radio, heat«*r, good *hita tire- , beautiful Tan and Whit? $1245.00 1950 MERCURY CLUB COUPE Radio, Heater Overdrive. Going At Only . . . $295.00 1954 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 4 Cylinder, Two-Tone Green, Radio, Heater, White Side...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

STREET BEAT G £:? r.mxzí i estiléis dinner <h dick s,i::i fi:.U) will «serve Balfrir's spring training m-vt u• ek. MACK TALKIVlTwN. !'mu r ii¡,,h hool football er uid Bay! r í:v team me:n- !.ir ¡a-! sea-.<n'¡ "■ is m pwn over the v. i ken :. 1 I i AI v I i i i, .1.1. AÍll) p ! a y e el I: „>ki\v Irorn the ductor Monday lítcrn ' a. I",A' KY CAWT1ION va * seen visiting the busiest : tan in town thr; week. MRS. DO CO OOt'DV. IN takes a coffee break and winders why her Iriend never e-e . out of the if VP'S ALLFKN DAVID r< • ; i p v- th visitors hunt ;nf(jre¡aí itiíi. íi «lit•< dfv/itt pktnnson can tell ■ >• .,1 •• v.! > i . the ! .• ¡I editor in 1 ates inelu !il A'' of-the Peace A. .1 " .: I' icé and hi In to t A v~/;« th A- "-mji -ai L- ( '5 ?, (J , ..\mr.k,l T> her fei* I' i A revbinmendalioiis on ■ tentative- the j robk-ins and will in turn re- ! ::i f'..e rr&ithly , (c,, need to the city. 1 i nydlc s\ :00! , . , ~ , t Also ''lun approval Tuesday i'',M • t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE I FEBRUARY 4, IMC Kusk FFA riH-rnhcrs here plant j>iri<* f.-cluigí on a iaboratory trac). funii.Hheii thum by Southland Paper Mills for forestry trainin/Tin i 11 he the fifth itand of pines on th« 12-acre tract. Rusk FFA Adds New Pine Studio To Take Photos Of Kids Free Stand To Forestry Plot Husk Future Farmer ,ire putting the fifth stand of j>; :¡f seedlings on a 12 acre "laboratory plot leased to the chapter hv the South- land Paper Mills of Lufkin This year's planting are on two acrei of the plot which is five miles south of Kusk on Highway Gtt Two thousand pine seedling. have been planted each year for the past four years. The land is leased to the chapter for five year-, with the provision that it can he renewed Us purpose is to provide laboratory training for FFA members study mg forestry in their vocational agriculture <lasses. The plot has very little mature pine and is covered mostly by hardwood and underbrush. The chapter is bringing it back...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

?, 1 si- alism; ?ctive ioone, inson. Pear- l i y Miss Mrs. ■V uut of :cs for were: e y of lickey, Mr r s. rs. M. lickey, Fort , Mr. r; Dr. itonio; Edna Terry tereit, Mrs. Mar- anrl j Kilter Clyde Mrs. Mrs. w are ake a rotrait an in- cident South Law Provides Order To Society Some people find confusing our tracts. i Is it true that like good manners different state and national laws So it bothers them Why should much law is man-made, growing dealing with the same things In- Englishmen drive on the left side out custom or local problems? | come tax laws for an example. of the street? Why should married 1" carc^ Sames you can play many Surely, they say, you can have no couples hold title under commu- different games with one d real justice, unless there is some nit-V property laws in some states ^ oil merely change the rules, one best way" to do each thing— an(^ not ln others? to hold property, to manage traffic, Is law merely a man made con- to pay taxes, or to enforce con- traption" ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 4 February 1960

PAGE TWO THE CHEROKEEAN february 4, i960 PRESS J~1 association fÍ¿¡¡ f I . >UL ... O juul >•« / Ai> T h t Mumer* Kü'.tTc«] as M Crtfi(J ua matter at the post ffice *t. Rum. Texa •jrd<"r ' i of M'*rrh ^ 187# Alitor and Publisher Office and Buaine Manager N i-w • Mli! or E. H. WIIITEHKAD MRS E Ii WHI'l KÍIKAI) GLBNN HKU'V. A/:.- erroneous reflection upon the chara- n-r st.iudujit, -r repu ration of .- v jut 'in, firm, or corporation wm<h may appear <r, th -«•!urr.rj • 'r thi> new paper will be gladly correct*') upon being broilgljt • . -be «on'tton of the publisher SUBSCRIPTION CATE Six Month-, iri ' on'y One Y'-ar in County Six Month.-, Ou? of County One Year Out of County 51.75 ÍJ! (K) $2.25 J, 4 00 ¡Jsfe &X5 IS Cla«¡ ie<U and Cards of Thinks charfiad for at th. rat. of 5c p*r oró Cherokeean Editorials Hi, 1912. ,-ir- i- arid ¡Milu trii : ( i.. fit nf ('hot' • Hilly boasted nil '.IIrr -) al pulatiou of <¡,000 And i t. I a j-freat deal of pi ¡de in Ü it...

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