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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

p* Youth Prayer Week Is Set ByAdventists Rusk Folks Every morning meetings will be held for the young people of the Rusk Seventh • Day Adventist Church School. Mrs. Dolores Sand- ers, teacher, announced this week. The services will be held in the school room each mornins at 8:30 from March 21 to March 25 under the direction of Pastor Tom Carter. Vll young people of the community are invited to attend. Theme of the special youth week will be "Honor Christ Today." Each morning a different aspect of hon- oring Christ will be discussed. These will include honoring Him "in our decisions, our associations, our bodies, our listening, our speech and our seeing," the teach- er said. 0 READ THE WANT ADS THE MARCH 17, 1960 CHEROKEEAN RUSK FOLKS Mr. and Mrs. Han Howell Heard of Dallas spent the weekend with parents Mr. and Mrs. Dan Heard and Mr and Mrs. W. W. Courtney. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Nicholson and Gary of Carland and his mother Mrs. W. T Nicholson of Whiteright were weekend guests of Mr. an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

PAGE • THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 17, 1*60 Rusk Memorial Hospital News Pettont In Hospital Belrose, Rusk, Carl Boyd. Alto; IK.11^* Ben Rhodes, Rusk, Mrs S. T Arlie R. Bice Jr. Rusk; Stephen Q-« LI Is* IV- . . . Love. Rusk; Mrs John Price, Alto; Hooper, Rusk. Mrs. B N Jones, (Continued from 1) uI!:_Lon£.ls lsf Baptist Notes Good PROCLAMATION Hostess To Bridge Club Mrs Charles I Jinn was hostess to the Tuesday Bridge Club at Attendance At Revival N Jones Mrs Corinne Wallace, Rusk; Mrs Alto; Nelda Jones, Alto; Sharan ( ox c|osi.d out the panel discus- Quinlon s March 15th with the fol- Carrie Holcomb, Alto, Mrs Maudie Jones, Alto, Frank Sales, Rusk, «ion with a compliment to local George, Rusk; Jim Madden. Rusk, Mrs 0 D, Rogers, Alto, Larry Hib- Highway Patrolmen He said that Mrs. Iris Rogers. Rusk; Mrs. Lonnie bard, Rusk; Beverly Roberts, Alto; fr(Jtn mfJU,no« he has made person dame í) o n C'rysup, Gladstone Thompson, W, E. Gabbert, Jack Mrs. J. B. Grimes, Gallatin, Sandra Rusk; John Wayne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

■in Ito Im of I m tnurr-n % \ ifears longer at Pigg&ftfíggfy! . . . Shur-r-n' wearin' o' the green — the "long green" — is an aggravatin' thing, for 'tis a rare colleen this day that doesn't find her food dollars wearin' out long be- fore the shoppin's done! So you'll do a jig for joy this week when you shop Piggly Wiggly's St. Patrick Day values. Your family'll find the eatin' of it wonderful and you'll find your green wearin' longer! Take a shillelagh to high food costs: Shop PiaaU W.'ororlv Piggly Wiggly! LARGE CAGED EGGS^ Dozen SNO CLUB MELLORINE c Gallon GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY MEATS u.S.d.a. grade a FRYERS WHOLE Lb. HEAVY BEEF SIRLOIN STEAK Lb. PICNIC GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Lb. 10' FRESH CABBAGE CALIFORNIA SUNKIST LEMONS swift's oz Peanut Butter Lb. 10' Lb. Box NBC A r fPAfKFpc Taste-O-Sea vnhvntnj fish sticks C 8 Oz. Pkg. ADMIRATION HAMS B CHUCK or CROWN ROAST BULK WEBNEitS MARKET MADE PURE PORK SAUSAGE lb. lb. lb. 39* 39? LARGE SELECT OYSTERS Pint PURINA...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

í $ m PACE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 17, I960 Austin Hif?hl¡srht« TEXAS fj'pRESS Jury Duty 1 Bad Weather, New Vote Desirable nights' Proposal Slap Date Hurt Campaigning Experience At Freedom of Speech Washington Letters fSTABk.SHen JULY 5, 1M7 AS THE PIONEER Entered u second uui matter at tbe pentaflice at Run. Tuaa An ui March 3. 1878. By Varn Sanford Tax* Prm Aitociation EL H. WHITEHEAD MRS. E. H WHITEHEAD GtENN" BROWN Editor and Publlatoe* Office and Buaineaa Manager Newt Editor 1,617 per rent, Mesquite, up 1.323 per cent and Farmers Branch, up 1,21! per cent Industrialization was the key to the spectacular growth of moat of the 21 In a number of cases, the coming of a single large plant start- are stumping the state, and legia- e(J ,he boom roUjng ....... —„ — getting in AUSTIN Texas politico have been finding it hard to make hay with no «un shuung A number of statewide candidates Acy erroneous reflection upoi tit* character standing, at i*#tt tation o I any parson, firm, or corpor...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

n, lio or !Ír e Me L. >e- ;el ts, on er id if- id id !tt en id id Wed At First Baptist In Candlelight Rites Miss Linda Rae Williams and Gary Nolan Starkey spoke their marriage vows in an impressive candlelight ceremony Saturday, March 5th at 6:30 in the evening at First Baptist Church, misk. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Elray Williams of Rusk, and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Starkey of Gallatin. The Kev. Lonnie H. Webb, church pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. A white wrought iron arch, en- twined with Southern smilax, and accented with wedding bells, and a white iron kneeling bench, center- ed the nuptial setting. Baskets of pink and white gladioli tied with large white satin bows flanked each side of the arch. Six spiral candelabra holding Raymond Teague Candidate for SHERIFF Cherokee County An active and constructive pro- gram for the youth of our coun- y. Efficient law enforcement A Sheriff's Dept. that will take a personal interest in the pro- blems of any cit...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

A Family Tlbat Prays T ther ToMether In Rusk Thomas Wallace WALLACE FUNERAL HOME PHONE MU-3-2222 J.C.WILLIAMS "YOUR FRIENDLY TFXACO DEALER" MOSELEY DRUG STORE REXALL — NYAL — PRESCRIPTIONS W 2n<i Ph. MU J-4427 CARLISLE BUILDERS SUPPLY PHONE MU 3-2344 BILL VINING RUSK, TEXAS FIRST STATE BANK MEMBbR F.DI.C. GREGG INSURANCE AGENCY ' itveni bank Bldg. MU 3-2277 SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SFRVICE COMPANY Musick Insurance Agency GULF COAST FEDERATED FEED Alto Hwy. MU 3 2206 IKE DANIEL, Manager CITIZENS STATE BANK MEMBER F.DI.C. Rusk Jewelers COPELAND'S Georgia-Lynne Shop Western Auto Associate Store Citizens Industrial Insurance Company South Texas Producers Association Verdie Mae Banks Grocery CHEROKEE COUNTY ABSTRACT CO (HANNA A CUENZCL) ALEXANDER & LUSK SERVICE STATION & GARAGE fe Iy* n* e A 4th MU >1747 RUSK CHURCHES assembly of god Pastor KKv .1 A GRIFFIN . Wwinf 'lay Prayer Mpettng W M C Krúlay 2 pm Morning Worship 11 am., Sunday C A Serviré 7 p.m.. Hunda Evening Wo-ship 7:...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

t.v ■ : mm. wmmm imm «ísí? . >/ is wonderful to look back gnd reflect on le |oys and problenijs of liaising a family. emember Jane's first Christrtias . . . and er first birthday ... then there was the me she was so sick, and everyone was wake all night. . . How much we. owe to od for his goodness to us! Yes .' . . we lould give thanks to the Lord, and seek his ?lp in bringing up our children. Take your mily to church regularly. 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. Without this grounding in the love of God, no government or society or way of life will long persevere and the freedoms which we hold so dear wiil 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. Beyond that, however, every person should uphold and participate in the Church because it t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

tF k £■ "S I ik I Crook Announces His Reasons For Being Congress Candidate 1 have announced as a Demo- cratic candidate for Congress, Dis- trict 7, for the following reasons 1. An intense personal convic- tion: Every man owes something to his God and to his Country Be cause lama Minister of the Gospel, some have questioned my action. To them I reply in sincerity that I believe my action is consistent not only with Biblical example and His- toric precedent, but that it is con sistent and in accord with a Divine Calling. 2 A sense of emergency 1 be lieve that the future of our nation will be determined in the next ten years. Unless the moral rot of our government is combated and unless the drift toward socialism and rom- mumsm is checked our children will never know the freedom that their fathers have treated so care lesslr. 3. The needs of people All of my life 1 have served people I want to continue and enlarge that Service The needa of this forgot- ten district are many Increasing ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

Eagles Eye... im ürville asid Betty, Gwen and Gary ate at Sadlers Saturday night, and were seen later at the K N dancing. Also at the K N were Fay and Ronnie, Leonard, Richard B., Tombie, and Coker. Rosemary and Killer were seen together Saturday night and Sun- day afternoon. The football banquet Friday night was enjoyed by all—the food NEW PHILCO BENDIX 2-SPEED 2-CYCLE AUTOMATIC WASHER Only 26VV wide PHILCO W-204 Exclusive Philco High Capacity Action WASHES 7 SHEETS AT ONCE! ... Like Doing 2 Loads in 1 • Blade-free Agitator safest for all fabrics • Pushbutton Water Selec- tor— hot, warm or cold water wash • Triple Duly Filter-Dispenser • Pushbutton Speed Selector • No off-balance cut-offf • Water Saver Setting* Norton Furniture Co. RUSK, TEXAS was delicious, all the girls were beautiful, and the speaker made- sense. There were nany kids that just cried and cried at the movie Sun- day Must have been a sad show. Kay Birkelbach and Ronnie Fraz- er have been seen quite a lot to- gether...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 17 March 1960

n-iCDnisFC COUNTY FARM NEWS Many County Agent Steve Lilly Cherokee County He'* a friend of the family Y our pharmacist fill «II pr#*crlptlon« with the utmott #ccur ey. "«■■■■a ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ { In time of tickneit we ! cooperate with your doc- tor to help you recover -fasti '«■■aaaiaia ■ ■ rnmmH0i 0T Carflidge Drug Store MU 3 2358 Rusk Your for good healthl who helped to make it a success Business Organizations who allowed us to place exhibits in their win- dows were Southwestern Electric in Jacksonville, Hu.sk and Alto; tJriited Ga.i in Jacksonville arid tiu k, Lyons Butane in Alto and Hathorn Butane in Wells We also want to thank the 4 11 Club Boys and Girls and their adult leaders ¡ who designed, built and set up di.s plays in the above mentioned places of business We also appreciate the men missed a lot last week when March 20 Veterinarians from Texas' The three K's in the highway de they failed to have their bulls fer A A M College and others will bo partment are as follows...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

Mlrrof'tlm ■ y o Box iU tul~> l ture rmy. t's rs ys or "8 5 Je- í > 'Round . . Town i i til íiaundaSaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining tho newsgatherlng facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news meriium in Cherokee County. The Cherokeean 10 TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5. 18V " Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area I r per Copy IT'S GOOD to see how folks can work together despite differences . . Roundabout's talking about the proposed processing plant which, it seems, will become a reality. SOME DIDN'T AGREE with the original plans and finally there was a new plan proposed. It drew the solid backing of those most directly concerned with negotiations. LOOKS LIKE WE'LL have a new plant. MRS. GEORGE MONROE declar- ed the Cherokeean classifieds are about the best salesman she's ever had. The lady called Roundabout to tell about the response to her ad. VOLUME 112 MARCH 24, 1960 TWO SECTIONS RUSK, TEX...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE urn CALL 4227 In Jacksonville GUARANTEED RESULTS CALLMU 3-2257 Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale 1956 FORD VICTORIA I door hardtop, red & black Radio, heater, air condition knq. A real buy for $1295.00 1951 BUICK 2Voor Sedan Whilewall tires, radio, heat r. Must move and will 90 at just . $295.00 1953 FORD Tudor sedan, heater, white tires, nice paint Priced Right. $495.00 1956 FORD V 8 Town Sedan, two-tone, 900d white tire?, radio and heater, real clean. $1195.00 1957 FORD V 8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau tiful light blue & white. Fordo- mafic, radio, heater, white tire^ L i 1< <• n<- «v $1495.00 1955 FORD V 8 Fairlant 4 Door Sedan Magic A-r heater, whit - tire-, beautiful white paint. Nice lo cal car 0*ly $795.00 1957 PLYMOUTH 4-Door sedan, standard trans mission I ow cost transporta- tion. $199.00 TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2 0292 OK Used ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

ks tion ght- ir of ood, elp- iwell mer hite sap- for Call son, p-40 near re- M. ccan p-40 (1 in i'xas do Is, til 2 inch- I 111!.'. 'XÍIV be 705 ipoh iicd ' 40 THE CHEROKEEAN MARCH 24, 1960 PAGE 3 Chic Chapeax Modeled Garden Club Ladies HD Club Hears Mrs. Odom On Materials By (jarden Club Ladies "Wonderful Best" was the program presented by Mrs. Irene Odom Fri- The Rusk Garden Club held its theme, they featured spring flow- (jay at the regular met/ting of the regular monthly meeting at Quin- ers Turney Home Demonstration Club, ton's Wednesday afternoon, March As usual, the event marked the Mrs. Malone Vaughn was hostess in 16th With Mrs Charles Pasinor 'meeting as one of the year's most the home of Mrs. L. A. Bound Sr. iSs! J M. Seh w i Her Mrs M B. ouUUnding. Mrs. Odom showed different Ellis and Mrs. Joe Jackson, serving Judged most original were those kinds of materials cautioning mem-j as hostesses. worn by Mesdames S. L. K. Cart- bcrs to watch for brand names. A tradition with th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

sí Some 47 persons attended th« buffet dinner mee Una 'or Southwest Conference football proipetti, their d ds, and high school coaches Monda/ in Ja ksonvill®. Amoni) those attending were those pic- tured above, left to righ, Raymond West, Dick Shef'irld, Darrell Royal, and George Williamson, Jr. Safety and Beauty Civic Programs Planned For City J V1LI.K- The Civic Affairs Com- mittee. headed by John C lio*. Jr . met this week to make plans for various civic procrams, city heau- ti/ication projects, and traffic and safety activities during 1960 Jake Jlunt, chairman of t h e 'lean-Up, Paint-Up, Fix-Up Cam- paign, stated that 150 rose bushes have been donated by C K. Wilson Nurseries for the downtown City Park He stated that they are ready to be planted at tins time, but asistanee will !*• needed to carry out the program it was recommended by the com- mittee that Bob Moore, Vocational. Agriculture instructor at the High School, be requested to have his Lions Club Views Film On Children...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

Forest News A. L. Odom Mr and Mrs. Rosoli Smith, Son, „.d Mrs. Roscoe Pase went to Houston Monday to visit the Char- lie Melvin family and Miss Helen Smith, Mr and Mrs. Claud Haniey of I.ongview visited Sunday with her parents Mr. and Mrs H. B. Arnold Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ivie Sr. of Houston spent the weekend at their home their son Farris Ivie and wife of Carthage visited with them Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Edwin Ramsey of Houston spent the weekend at their home here. Mr and Mrs. Melvin Byers and Hillie Joe Bates of Port Arthur and Mrs Deedie Simmons of Wells visited with their brother and t'nc'le Jim Bailey and wife. Mr Charlie Smith and daughter Mrs. Ethel Snowden of Beaumont who is visiting him were visitors in Tyler Thursday. Mr and Mrs Jim Arnold and Barbara Lou were visitors to Union Hill Sunday He preached there. Mr and Mrs F. D. Smith and Cheryl Lynn of Angleton, Mr. and Mr> Martin Straub of Freeport, Mr. and Mrs. Joe A. Moake and Susan of Nacogdoches, Chas. Odom of Rusk were vi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

THE PACE 6 CHEROKEEAN) MARCH 24, 1960 Daffodil Club Officers Installation, Anniversary, Mark Meet Pilgrimage Set Crockett Next Sunday Mr*. W. E. Gabbert was hostess to a regular meeting of the Daffo- dil Garden Club last Friday, March 18th a( her home, 3 p.m. The event was marked by several highlights • the installation of new officers, and ihe group's observance of a 12th year anniversary Assisting Mrs Gabbert as hos- tesses were members of the social committee, Wesdames Dub .Sum- mers, Bill Davis, and Jack Noonan. Featuring a St Patrick's day theme, green predominated in d< «••rations and refreshments As guests arrived they were served gre«'n punch from a milk glass ser vice. Other table appointments of milk class were used in serving open freed sandwiches, and cook íes The refreshment table was covered with a natural, linen cut- work cloth. Napkins were green Spring flowers formed the princi i Sunday, March 27, the Magnolia Garden Club and the fted Hud Garden Club invite you t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

Farm Loans Are Available For Build, Repair * - An owner of a farm in uuricul- tural production and on which the operator plans to produce at least S40Ü worth of farm commodities tor sale or home use may qualify for the 4 percent lone-term housing loan provided that he meets others standard eligibility requirements,; according to C. D. McKinzie, Coun- ty Supervisor, Farmers Home Ad ministration. Loans may be made to build, im- prove, or repair farm houses or ether essential farm buildings, and to provide water for farmstead and household usa Mr. McKinzie said j that in addition to financing ma- jor construction, the loan funds can help meet many other needs, for the farm and farm home mod- J ernization such as adding b a t h- rooms, utility rooms, better kit- chens, and many other improve- ments to the home as well as to farm service buildings. While ten- ants and farm laborers are not eli- gible. the owner may borrow to do;gular cm|j( channcls Thc inlm.st the construction work or ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

! PHILBRICK .. . (Continued From Pig* 1) must be careful to plan courses of study for the college of t h e i r choice. The school here offers all courses that will be required of a pupil en tering college It offers four years of science, which include general science, biology, chemistry and physics. Rusk High School graduation re quirements include four credits in English, two credits in math, three credits in social studies, two credits in science, one credit in band or physical education and five elective credits, for a total of 17 Philbrick this week said he would like to encourage a parent pupil corisulation before the choice slips are made out for the next year, and especially so if the pupil anticipates entering college upon graduation from high school. Planning is desirable in all four grade levels of high school. He said school officials would also be avail able for consulation MUSICK ... (Continued From Paoe I) Senator Martin said the county chairmen are free to determine w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

flat ¡íi & i Green ? ? da GUARANTEED TOP QUALITY MEATS .. .4Ker\ sKop Piggly Wiggly •for neWarxd exciting foods to please your family J ... Getting tired of fixing the same old things, week after week? Hunting new ideas to perk up the family's appetite? If you are, (and who isn't) here are a few recipes that'll take the samene ss out of your dinners and have the fam- ily calling for seconds. Shop Piggly Wiggly for things that are different . . . BETTER. HEAVY VEAL GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE ROUND STEAK CHUCK or CROWN ROAST Lb. 45 DECKER'S KORN KIST BACON Lb. WISCONSIN GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS LARGE ICEBURG CHEESE LETTUCE CELLO Lb. Cantonese Salad 1 6';-oz. Can tuna, flaked 2 tablespoons chopped pimento 1 < cup salad dressing 1 . cup chopped sweet pickles 1 tablespoon minced onion 1>2 cups medium cream sauce 1 3'j-oz can chow mein noodles Combine the tuna, pimento, salad dres.ing, pickles, onion and cream sauce in the top of a double boiler; heat. Heat the noodles in a slow oven, 300 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 24 March 1960

vi THE CHEROKEEAN Austin Highlights page 2 MARCH 24. 1960 TEXAS pHU e|ASSOCIATION Demos, June 'Bust Out' At Same Time WANTED foe m 7960 ESTABLISHED JULY 5, 1847 AS THE PIONEEk Entered u second c¿as* m*tier at the pout office at Kua*, Tezaj onder Act of March 3. 1870. E. H WHITEHEAD MKi fc. H W(UTEHEAI) GLENN BROWN Editor and Publi«her Office and Business Manager New* Editor Any erroneous reflection upot the character stamiiriK, or repu Ution of any person, firm, .<r corporation wnicb may appear In the columns oí this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brouiint to (be attention of the publisher. 5UBSCR Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County IPTION BATES $1.75 $3 00 $2 25 $4 00 Cherokeean Editorials More on Responsibility There'h a youthful adage, as adag<-s go, to the effect that a fellow has got to he a politician before he ran he a statesman. Said adage is called up when a fellow needs to explain an indeli- cacy of s...

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