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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

ATTEND... THE RUSK KIWANIS CLUB 12th ANNUAL Rusk Rodeo Arena - Friday, Marc h 11 1R: '0 I i Judging begins at 2:00 P.M. EVERYONE INVITED SUPPORT CHEROKEE COUNTY'S YOUTH IN THEIR LIVESTOCK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM m* fcM • 1 THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THESE RUSK BUSINESS FIRM S WHO ARE INTERESTED IN IMPROVING THE LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY PROGRAM FOR CHEROKEE COUNTY! Norton Furniture Company Corn Belt Hatcheries West Side Barber & Beauty Shop Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Hotetmb, owntri Bill Vining Ed Stover's Cafe Beall Bros. Stovall Cleaners Gulf Coast Federated Feed Association First State Bonk Member FDIC KTLU-1580 Rusk Cherokeean Brookshire Bros. Lee Motor Company Y*wr OMstmbtle Dealer j J. C. Williams 1 Moseley Drug .1 ! Bearden Furniture Co. Manning Grocery & Market Copeland's Georgia-Lynne Shop Texas Cafe Mathews-Miller Jared's 5* To SI.00 Store Grapette Bottling Co. Citizens State Bank Gregg Insurance Agency O. L. Holcomb & Sons Cherokee County Abstract Co. (Henna A Guerael) &...

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

STREET BEAT H. E. MOFFEIT reports that even blind people read the Star Journal's advertising sections Seems a blind man from Maydelle came in and asked for a pair of boots that Mof- feit had advertised in the Journal DONNA HOLMES, daughter of Mr and Airs PICKETT HOLMES, has been invited and accepted the offer to pledge Omega Rho Alpha, national English honor society at Abilene Christian College where she is a freshman. The Rev WAYNE ODOM, son of MRS CARLTON ODOM of Jack- sonville, was named outstanding young man of 1959 by the Grove* Junior Chamber of Commerce TALLEY NICHOLS, CRAWFORD GODFREY, and JIM MULLO Y left Friday for New York arid the Toy Fair MRS CAI J-'. TODD found a black- bird last Wednesday during the icy weather with a leg hand from th<> Fish arid Wildlife Service in Wash ington, D C MILS. C. I' MOSELEY ia having a hard time finding a pir ture of O. E MII.LHK for the high school annual Ex-Convict Arrested In J'ville For Forgery Is In County Jail J'VILLE teaiah An...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

Grand Opening SUNDAY. MARCH 13 THE MOST COMPLETE Nursery & Garden Center IN EAST TEXAS Everything For The Home Gardener FREE GIFTS FOR EVERY ADULT ATTENDING Greenway Nursery Four Men Will Cone Heads' ®°'£' ^ct'on Compete For 2 Council Places New Cancer Asked In New J'VILLE — Four men filed as candidates for City Council posts prior to the deadline Saturday, ac- cording to City Secretary George Crawford. II E. Moffeit and Roy Shank will compete for Place 1 on the Council which is being vacated by Eddie I Johnson Place 2 candidates will be Norm.in Ragsdale and T. C. Wil- son. Ragsdale is councilman of Place 2 at the present time. The City election is set for April 5 in the Fire Station. P. J. Babb will serve as election judge with Douglas Gragard assisting. Places 3, 4 and 5 will be up for election next year. These positions are presently held by F. A. Shinalt, Robert Huttash, and J. D. Bearden, respectively. Crusade 531 N. Bolton Jacksonville Beta Sigma Pledges Relax After Test J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Car For Sale 1957 FORD V 8 4-Door Hardtop Victorii Beau tiful light blue 4 white. Fordo- mafic, radio, heater, white firm. Like new. $1495.00 1953 FORD V 8 Tudor vedan, standard transmis- sion, heater. Solid transporta- tion at only. $295.00 1954 BUICK Super V-8 4-door, radio, heater, and air conditioned. Jackson- ville owner. $545.00 1946 CHEVROLET Pickup Kood tire , new paint, runt good. $195.00 1951 FORD V-8 Fairlane 4-Door Sedan Magic Air heater, white tire , beautiful white paint. Nice lo- cal car. Only $795.00 1955 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4 DOOR SEDAN One Owner Car, fully equip ped. A jtcal at only $725.00 195? PLYMOUTH 4-Door ledan, standard frant mission. Low cost traniporta- tion. $199.00 1957 FORD V8 Fairlane 500 4-dr. Factory-air, radio, heater, power steering, power brake*. Local car, ex- callent condition in every re- *pact. $1795.00 TRADES & TERMS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 10, 1960 PAGE 3 FOLKS IN AND ABOUT ALTO.... Mrs. Gas Whiteman and Mrs. Warren Whiteman were in Waco Friday visiting G. J. "Happy" Crow- Arrington-Hanna Engagement Is Announced Here man, (son-in-law of Mrs. W. T. doches spent Monday here with her Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Hanna, 718 Wyche Drive, Irving, Texas, an- nounce the engagement of their daughter, Myrna Jane to Kenneth Lee Arrington. Miss Hanna graduated from Irv- ing High School in 1959 and is now attending Byrne Commercial Col- lege at Irving. Mr. Arrington ia the son of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Arrington, 1715 Meadowbrook, Irving. He is a grad- uate of Rusk High School and Tyler Commercial College where his ma- jor was senior accounting. The wedding will be solemnized May 20th in the Plymouth Park Baptist Church. Whiteman). Mr. Crossman is criti- j cally ill following a heart attack. Mrs. Fred Bowman and Mrs. Gus Whiteman were Nacogdoches visit- ors Thursday. They were visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. Branch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

the CHEROKEEAN MARCH 10, 1M0 t MM • Work Begins On Forestry Plot No. 2 A schedule oí work on Forestry plot No. 2 by members of the Rusk FFA Department has been started, according to Adon Duncan, advisor Located 3'4 miles north on Mich way 69, the plot has been surveyed and divided into five 1 acre plots by. a crew from Southland Paper Mil The FFA boys will practice flood forestry management on each plot, taking one per year, gradually working the entire area. Members of the three F F A classes at Rusk High will work un- der the direction of F^d Wilkins district forester with Southland Pafccr Mill ÍCd Note In an article last we<'k cerning the forestry work of Rifck FFA boys, credit was enroñe oujly given, which should have befn to Southland Paper Mill, who hajre donated a number of plots for th<i group to work.) . o Guild Meets At Minter Home Tues. The Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church met at (he home of Mrs Vernie Minter Tuesday night, March 8th Members pres...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

QMHIOKED SPRING CLEANING i' SAVE AS YOU SPEKD WITH S&H GREEN STAMPS Guaranteed Top Quality Meats MforJfié8/RKf FRESH GROUND Hamburger ; 39' DECKER'S KORN K1ST BACON 3 i 99 RATH THICK SLICED NEUHOFF TENNESSEE FARM BACON NEUHOFF TEh SMOKED SAUSAGE TASTE 0' SEA PERCH FILET 39' 2 Lbs. Lb. 95? 69? 1 LB. PKG. CHUCK or CROWN ROAST 49' PIGGLY WIGGLY'S OWN WISHY WASH All Purpose Detergent Giant Box LADY FAVORITE BONNIE BAKER BIG STATE ORANGE JUICE Half Gallon DEL DIXI CASHMERE BOUQUET HOMINY SOAP BEAUTY BAR SUPER SUDS PEPTO BISMOL FOR UPSET STOMACH DIETETIC APPLE SAUCE—8 Oz. Can VEL 20c, Off—King Size 15 c 59? 15? 2 Bars 39? $1.15 MILK GERBER'S BABY FOOD ALL JELLO BONNIE BAKER SALT RUBBING ALCOHOL 6 Small or 3 Large 4 4 Cans Pkgs. Box Pint 41? 35? 39? 10? 19? X borvf knock yourself out doing thirxgS the haKd way When you car\ get your SpKing cleaning done «quickjy arvd easily With the latest determents, soaps <3nd otheK WoKk-s3\/ing supplies -from- k PIG&LY W!GGLY° &\ low/, lo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

? Has A Century of Minority Advancement Been Forgotten I Know Your SS Benefits? Race Issue Now Psychological Bludgeon tor Political Profit Civil rights (esp. voting riRhts) for Negroes in the South has touched off a flare oí emotions in Senate haÜH. Editorial pens flourish in righteous rhetoric. Groups of young Negroes sit upon ¡unch-counter stools demanding service. A radical publication jabs editorially at Kant Texas nay ing, "Shame", ostensibly because the Negro has been denied something guaranteed by the Constitution or something white fellow citizens are morally bound to render unto him. What is there to document the implied social and politi- cal ehattelism in the utterances of these outraged neo-em- ancipationists ? Does a great evil exist in Cherokee County, or has it become guilty by association of a multitude of sins against democracy ? Or is it being slandered incidentally while a new political indescretion is being exploited shamelessly? Taken literally, the accusations ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

MARCH THE 10, I960 CHEROKEEAN 'I Give You Texas' PAGE 3 Congressman J. Dowdy Asking For Re-election Congressman JOHN DOWDY has that was handed down to us. authorized the announcement of his candidacy for re-election from the Seventh Congressional District of Texas. Dowdy, a native of the District, is known for his friendly under- standing of the rank and file citi- zens, and for the prompt and ef- ficient service he renders. Conservation of soil and water has his active support, and his fight against obscene literature and foreign-aid waste has received na- tional recognition. Dowdy's courage in fearlessly re- presenting the views of the people of the Seven District, his adherence to principle, and his disregard for the resulting attacks from pressure groups and extremists, have made him one of the most respected members of Congress. His experi- ence and seniority give him more influence. In authorizing his announcement for re-election, Dowdy issued the following statement: "Dangers...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

e M G U *•' it Of 84 0 A Family That: Prays T ther In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU-J-2222 J.C. WILLIAMS "YOU* FRIENDLY TEXACO DEALER" MOSELEY DRUG STORE REXALL — NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2nd Ph. MU 3-4427 CARLISLE BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE MU J-2344 BILL VINING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBER F.D.I.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY ' itvens 6<tnk Bldtj. MU 3-2277 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED Alto Hwy. MU 3-2206 IKE DANIEL, M/insgcr CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.DI.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 OUINZIL) ALEXANDER & LUSK SERVICE STATION & GARAGE Cor t ♦♦♦> MU JW RUSK CHURCHES ASSEMBLY OP GOD Pastor REV .( A GRIFFIN Wcíinevlay l'rayer Meeting W M C Friday 2pm Morning Worship 11 am, Sunday &l...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

Attend Church of Your Choice "Teach me thy way, O LORD, and LEAD ME IN A PLAIN PATH..." iv •. • --vX J ' '* V/ "V •> ■■<■■■■■■ >'xv. r^rv>;> ^ AN Tí/f 1 i? y- i- >w beautiful are the paths and wagon - ; j5M ' ' ; . ■ • ■. . '',í' H '• . /4 /. . 'V "IV * • ails. The gate is open and the pafhway iarly marked. Many such trails are rapidly coming memories as sujper highways ., 1 U ke their place. It is good to know > at God's way is still the same and will I '1 iver change . . . for "God's word • ' ' >■ "> ' "' ' ' ':<rfí"íi ' •• ill endure forever.'' His love is clearly V$''.V' :'r ''¡^íví y V:-v;-: Tí'/V *'• rfined and his ways are well marked, ipend on the Lord to direct you each day. tend church each Sunday and worship * V IV r V « * • e Lord in his holy temple I960, Coleman Adv. The Church is God's appointed agency in this world for spreading the knowledge of His love for man and. of His demand for man to respond to that love by loving his neighbor. Wi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

Editorial EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1959-60 By Donne Bethwell same measure as I have received ¡ and am receiving." (Albert Kin- i MOTOROLA TV Mwmrn "A hundred times a day I remind myself that my inner and outer life *tein) depend on the labors of other men. Creation has masterfully placed living and dead, and that I must ex- each person on this planet in a art myself in order to give in the gpacific purpose Duty calls each U ¡ use that which is his own sculptor's ¡ granite. ' Nature's cycle is so exact As a : man yields his soul in ilealh, <i I child is born to fill his piar.- | Purpose is so necessary in life; ¡yet one cannot be alone in his own; purposes The lives of all people are to intermingled, entangled, overlapped, and entwined that one ■ purpose- concerns another, another, i land, then, all others ¡ irrt (rr )T ten "i «hUioM ] • ¡ Uttrmp $«• «> *111 | Each human is dependent on imfcp*"*" humanity The earth «pins in an HAM'S TV-RADIO His purpose Is his beinc What he j i takes ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

STATE CAPITAL NEWS * By Vern Sanford Texas Press Association 112-hour course. Another 1,295 per sons are attending 66«classes now AUSTIN—Texas adults by the '« Pro^; and 150 new classes are thousands are going back to school Ue t0 bl'sm thls month this year. , Classes are held at public schools Their object: to learn what nu- and taufiht by public scho°l and junior college teachers who have bee clear warfare could mean to the . . , . ..... country and what they can do to' ¡J* a ^ and c^rtlf,ed by better their chances of surviving s Cl staff. jt Seven new teacher training work- Texas Education Agency and the shops, are sebfduled within t h e SUte Division of Defense and Dis- 'neXt '^week*. Eventual goal is to aster Relief are cosponsors of the have C1VÜ defense classes m or ncar civil defense adult education pro-levery Texas community. gram. Since the program got under Course material ranges from way late last year, 2,816 persons stuc|y ot the effects of a nuclear over the state have...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 10 March 1960

ruFPnifFF COUNTY FARM NEWS It's The Law Deadline For Rendition Of Property Tax TO: THE PEOPLE OF CHEROKEE Marvel Grant 11 55-12:00 COUNTY: KT1.U Husk Steve Lilly I would like to take this opportu- ' '5-1 20 nJty to express my appreciation to Saturday, March 12 the people of Cherokee County for Help 4-li'ers and Adult leaders your support of the Rural Develop- take window displays down. ment Program and for your kind- 0 ness to me and my family. It has County Agent been a pleasure for me to have Steve Lilly worked with you during the past We want to add our congratula year and eight months. |tion to Ed Havard on his new job Astittant County Horn D«mon tration Ag«nt Ann Shellhammer Stages in 4-H Club program - A Stace of establishing a Corn- April 1 will be ths deadline for localities have watT, irrigation. or the taxing agency places such valu- most lexans to render their prr* levee district; which assess and ation thereon* as it considers fair per y to certain taxing agencies Collc&...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

■s r«xa* 'ílaund . . , Town Witfi TRjQiinda&Qut SUNSHINE PEERED through Tuesday and Kt up • whole new atmosphere in town . . . folks are beginning to believe in Spring. But bad weather hasn't been a real drag. Citizens are still getting things done. FOR EXAMPLE, t h e Kiwanls Club and the Women's Home Dem- onstration Clubs staged two highly successful events in the past week. Roundabout's (Spring) bouquets to each of them . . . Kiwanians for their best Livestock Show and the ladies for a very timely clinic on traffic safety . . . 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, 18W Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area Vlefolftm T 0 Box 15^ 10' per Copy VOLUME 112 MARCH 17, 1960 TWO SECTIONS RUSK. TEXAS 16 PAGES NUMBER 39 Set Conventions Dems Meel To Draw For Ballot A subcommittee of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 17, I960 PAGE 2 JACKSONVILLE Central Baptist Circles LOCKARD CIRCLE J'VIU.E--Mrs M E. Burke, 507 Noches, was hostess Monday after- noon for the Mary Sue I ckard Cir cle of the Woman's Missionary Un- ion of Ctntral Baptist Church with six mcrnVrs and one guest pre sent. Mrs Tom Stevens tautiht t h e Bible study, "His Message Our Mis sion." Mrs H If Barker gave the closing prayer following the brief business session, Mrs W 11. Bramlette, 526 Na cogdoches, will be hostess for the circle next week as they meet for the final study of the mission book, Reaching Rural churches " LAWANDA COUCH CIRCLE The Imiwanda Couch Circle of the Woman's Missionary Union of Central Baptist Church met Mon day afternoon in the home of Mrs J. W Chandler, 902 John, with nine members present. Mrs. W F fuller tau¡;ht the Bible study Refreshments were served by the hostess The circle will meet next Monday at 3 p.m. with Mrs V R Todd, 576 John, for Mission study Mary Alie Ditsworth Cirtl Mrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

í«saas ness hoff on was enry itest sort- tffee ssie lary ired i e elba e. ving Jan THE MARCH 17, 1960 CHEROKEEAN PA«E 3 r,s Visits Son New Sorority Officers Are Submitted ¡n Navy At TV n Arr> 1 non n f1 a * •> « /' L - H i - P ' l . « • « . « • • . . m. • . • < ■ I • • California The Omicron Gamma Chapter of president, Mrs. Madeleine Morgan; She began with a brief summary Beta Sigma Phi met Monday at the recording secretary, Mrs. Sue Kyle; 0f the history uf art, which origi- nóme of Mrs. Sue Kyle, with the corresponding secretary, Mrs. Eliza- vice president, Mrs. Joy Nell West- beth Davis; treasurer. Mrs. Wanda brook, presiding, in the absence of Shaw; and extension officer, Mrs. Mrs. Mauriette Hassell, president, LuLu Summers. Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Kyle were appointed to supply magazines at Rusk Memorial Hospital for the next two weeks. , , . , 1 In conclusion, she showed a color ".J f°"P voted unanimously to slidc of a rose< stat,ng that when V1CÍ? IL'L'lL'l (Kit i f 11...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

Civic and Youth i" I '4 i n K City Unites To Establish Center J'VILLE—Groups in Jacksonville and iiitcrvsted individuals arc banding together to build a com rnunity civic and youth center, ac cordin? to Al T Hearne Mr and Mrs Hearne have been chosen to sene as co-chairmen of the com munit) project The Hit'h School Service Club wfts joined by the Junior i 11h School Service Club to bark (he program to create recreation fanli lies for youth of Jacksonville Then, other groups became inter estcd in the project arid it was de- cided to build facilities for all ages in the city Sub-committees are being estab- lished to work out various details concerning the project. Those com- mittees and their chairmen are ex pected to be announced this week In a meeting Friday, representa tives from a number of groups Virginia Company Places Order For Local Sweetgum J VILLF, East Texas Gum fro ducts Co has been given a 10,000 pound order for sweetgum by M F .N'eal A Co., Richmond, Virginia, according t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

city, of a |idry to Mana- fon t of side Nations Com- bf stop I at the Law- ¡Bolton jal of It Main |anagor ked by Imoved Love's ("equest pump until le City lings in in the devel- itinday iildren peering made | in the /ish to le class loe Dol- ly. The /ill be im the Dnville. i Marie fs, will yen I ion ftetard- SPECIAL... (Continued from Page 4) ed Children in Fort Worth, April 21 23. -Mrs. James Terry, Jackson- \ille, Mrs. B. R. Darby, New Sum- merfield, and Miss Margaret Love Mason, Jacksonville, have tentative plans to attend one day of the con- \ ention. One of the features of tlf? meet- ing will be a diagnostic team dem- onstration by the Tulsa Diagnostic Evaluation Team of Tulsa, Okla. Mrs Gretchen V. C. Abbott, Con-' iultant for the 1960 White House Conference on Children and Youth, will make a report on the confer- ence at the Thursday night meet- ing. Dr. Darrel Mase, dean of the Col- lege of Health and Related Ser- vices of the University of Florida, will speak Saturday morni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE nELtfjii! f CALL 4227 In Jacksonville 1 Attrí. L CALL MU 3-2257 Rusk GUARANTEED RESULTS 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Car For Sale USED CARS 1953 FORD Tudor *edan, heater, white tire , nke paint. Priced Right. $495.00 1952 PLYMOUTH ♦-door, a real buy $199.00 1954 FORD V 8 Town Sedan, two-tone, food whit* tire , radio and heater, real clean. $1195.00 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue A white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tire . Like new. $1495.00 1954 BUICK Super V 8 4-door, radio, heater, end air conditioned. Jeck on- vilte owner. $545.00 1955 FORD V-8 Fairlane 4-Door Sedan Magic Air heater, white tire , beautiful white paint. Nice lo- cal car. Only $795.00 1955 PLYMOUTH SAVOY 4-DOOR SEDAN One Owner Car, fully equip- ped. A steal at only $725.00 1952 PLYMOUTH 4-Door led an, standard trans- mission. Low cost transporta- tion. $199.00 1957 FORD V8 Fairlane 500 4-dr. Factory-air, redio, heater, power «te...

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