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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

fcher Attend Chorch of Your Choi© all nature Proclaims A RISEN SAVIOUR AT EASTER ... trees and flowers blossom into a new life. AT EASTER... we celebrate our Saviour's rising to a new life, and the promise that we shall have this new life too. Attend Church Easter Day and join others in celebrating this great victory. JACKSONVILLE CHURCHES i ,r<. % - # PI The Church is finri' í° 'h'T"3 "* Ti'y 1wo'u Wl1' <°"9 PvZToZZ,0' 7* " °y lif'e W °nd PM'ipate in the ámchh m°n uphold * •' asa 'hid of Cod. m*:* EAST SIDE ASSEMBLY OF GOO James Batton, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Evening Worship—7:30 P.M. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD 926 Washington Street Rev. Paul G. Concilio, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—11 A.M. Children's Church—0:30 P.M. Evening Service—7:30 P.M. WMC—?15 P.M. Tuesday Wednesday Service-- 7 P.M BEALL CHAPEL BAPTIST CH. Rusk Highway Rev. Harold Freeman, Pastor Sunday School—9:45 A.M. Morning Worship—10:50 A.M. Training Union—6:30 P.M. E...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN page 6 APRIL 14, I96C 4-H Contest Two Previous District Winners Again Meet 4-H'ers participating in t h i s years "Dairy Food Team Demon- stration" in the County Elimina tion Contest, are Joyce Tray lor arid Terry Yvonne Perkins from the l'onta Community 4-H Club Both of the girls entered in the same contest last year, winning first in County and District Elimination W. E. Bailey INSURANCE AGENCY Complete Insurance Service TELEPHONE 9331 209 E. Larissa St. FIRE, CASUALTY AND AUTO INSURANCE BONDS SPECIAL BENEFIT POLIO - POLICY FOR YOUR CHILD Contest in June 11)50. th< y attend- ed State 411 Kound-up at Texas A AM College Joyce Traylor has been in 4 If Hub work fur four y«ars and has had foods, clothing, bedroom irn provement, and leadership as some of her 4-H projects She has given several demonstrations on differ ent phases of 4 II work, alio han been Secretary, Ke<r<-ational lead er Reporter, and is now I' o n t a Community 4rll Club President; she is also 2...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

Looking Ahead m 65 Peace Is War To The Bolshevic By Dr. George Benson President, National Education Program There is nothing inconsistent in Khrushchev's waging of cold war in south Asia and Latin America while at the same time pronounc- ing the Soviet Union's determina- tion to have "peace." Dr. Fred Schwarz, the internationally-known authority on Communism, says it's simply a matter of understanding what the Communist means by "peace." And it isn't necessary to werk hard for that understanding. The Communists have put it down in print. I)r. Schwarz cites, among other publications, tha Communist pic- torial magazine (similar to LIFE) THE SOVIET UNION. It is publish- ed by the Russians in some 25 dif- ferent languages — English, Chi- nese, Korean, Hindu, Arabic, Ciet- namese, Hungarian, Serbo-Croat, PYench, German, Spanish, and so on. Speaking at our Oklahoma City Freedom Forum, Dr. Schwarz held up the issue of THE SOVIET UN- ION (this one; printed in English) published shortly afte...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 14 April 1960

PACE 8 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 14, I960 From Philadelphia THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTURE Hamilton Was That Lawyer BY COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thurtday, April 14 Meet with Gallatin Clothing Group at Mrs J. C. Moore s Ponta 4-If Club Meeting, also they wiJI have a Program New Hope Community Meeting at New Hope School at 8 fX) f M Radio — KEBE - Jacksonville Irene P. Odom 11 55-12 00 KTLU Rusk Ann Shellhain mer - 1 15-1 20 Friday, April 15 Dr (.leu Dildine. with National | 4 If Foundation an'! I rma Wiri<• s. Assistant State 4-H Club Leader will be in County. Extension Office will be closed (Holidays County Agent Steve Lily Folk-, who have had soil test taken are cooperating in the evaltj ation program by filling out a fjuestionriate they were mailed re cently If you haven't returned! >our fju" ti'mnalre yet won't you please do so immediately'' These questionnaires will be used to Raymond Tcaguc Candidate for SHERIFF Cherokee County An acti...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 April 1960

as "S r I Microfilm Service 6 Salea f O Box 80(33 oa. 'Hound . . Town 91,1 A iRaundaiout 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. ISÍ7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy WOULD LIKE TO repeat our annual reminder about voting. In VOLUME 112 case you won't be at home May 7, you can appear in person at the County Clerk's office to vote ab- sentee through May 3. AND REMEMBER—some folks claim to have hard time remember- ing—that primary election day is Saturday, May 7. It's an important day! <VPRIL 21, 1960 RUSK, TEXAS 20 PAGES THREE SECTIONS NUMBER 44 STATE HOSPITAL folks have submitted a new budget . . . Way the state has been having its money troubles, everybody's re- quests may find some rough seas ahead. But Roundabout would like to note that our own very consci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 April 1960

FACE * THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 21, I960 To Represent RuskAtSFA Festival Sat. Miss Fay Birkelbach. senior, will represent Rusk High School at the traditional spring festival at Ste phen F Austin State College, Sat- urday, April 23rd. in Nacogdoches The annual event is sponsored by the Fideles and Foresters, sis- ter-brother social clubs at SFA From the duchesses attending the event, a queen will be selected !o reign at the Festival Various schools, colleges and universities of Texas have been invited to send representatives The I960 gala occasion is to fi'a ture a "Springtime in the Orient" theme Activities include a recep tion and cet acquainted party at the president's home at 2 p rn Saturday At 4 p rn, rehearsal will be held in the new gymnasium The traditional spring festival din ner i« v t for r> p.m. in the senior Dormitory for women, and at H o'clock the affair's highlight will be staged The duchesses will be presented with their escorts, and the qijffn will be crowned Serving...

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

Eagles Eye... Circulation Manager Sports Editor Feature Editors Sponsor These last two weeks have been a misunderstanding last week, but pretty lively around old RUS; We they have made up .since then. ; ot our pretty new annuals the Bobby Brooks was with Marian first of the week. Everybody has ne Riggs Friday night. spent all their spare moments sign who were th(f ¡djüt who ing everybody s. W e would like to Wt.m swimming Friday afternoon?' _ „ tell those on the Aerie staff that #1_ Ifrt Donna Bothwell it „ joh .. donpl Way to go. They went home very jot ery wtyl done. Wet; two caught bad colds, one Allen Ray And thanks also to whoever it a serious case of sinus, and t 11 Was that gave us Kriday off We ¡ one thought a snake had got her! Gwe Goff aP')rec'ate Tombie Black wants to know jwt n .o So many pretty Easter dresses who the naughty girl was who William Tosh graced the Churches Sunday morn- swipped his football picture. ins The girls all looked lovely j. C. Stafford it is too b...

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

WE SALUTE THESE NEW RUSK CITIZENS Greetings To ... THE COWART FAMILY The HAROLD COWART Family makes it homo on Kicked Drive. Mr. Oowart i.H the State Agent Manager l'-jr the National Reserve Life In- surance Company. The Cowarts come to Rusk from Victoria in South Toxa Harold and Selva a re. the proud parents <>( four children; John 14, Michel), 12, Celeste, 5, an.I Jason, ■'>. Greetings To ... THE COOPER FAMILY The KAYMONI) COOPER Family <ornr< to Rusk from Long- iew, where Mr. Cooper wax zone managf-r for the ChiM'n Kood Store Chain. Mr. Cooper in the new owner/manager of the Piggly Wiggly st'/ii iri JC ¡hk. Mr. (hooper, his wife, June, an 1 daughter I i year old Katherine Louise make their home on Cruck'-U .4 reft, and are certainly welcomed newcomers to our towr. Greetings To . . . THE BRAZIER FAMILY The IÍ J! 1JRAZIKR family comes to Rusk from Waco in the "Heart ((-Texas." Rusk is proud to welcome H. li and Fayc, and their fotlr chil- dren, to Fast. Te.vas. The B...

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

HELP WANTED NEED ROUTE SALESMAN APPLY, HERSCHEL KYLE GRAPETTE BOTTLING RUSK, TEXAS CO. WATCH FOR IT! Coming Soon . . . The Original Rexall lc Sale MOSELEY DRUG Rusk Go\d®n StntrY Mixon Host This Week's Rusk To Workers Citizens of Tomorrow THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 21, 1960 PAGE 5 Golfing businessmen often feel they shoot below par they are ne- tliat if they shoot above par they j glecting their business, are neglecting their golf; and if llave character—don't be one. Jack Fulmar, traveling science teacher who is conduct- ing a science series at Rusk High School during the April l'J-22 period, is shown here demonstrating how clouds are formed. The pressure-chamber jug is one of the pieces of demonstration apparatus constructed by Folmar. He is one of 20 traveling science t/arhers trained and equipped at the Oklahoma State University with the assistance of a National i Science Foundation Grant Rusk service club appearances HAM'S TV-RADIO scheduled by Folmar are as follows: Kiwanis, April 1...

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

\&urDoliar has more 18 If you're like most of us, this week (after Income tax la*t week) you're keeping a sharp eye on every penny you spend! You'll be pleased to know that this week and every week your food dollar has more cents at Piggly Wiggly! You'll find over the weeks the few pennies savings in every dollar you spend at ^ '8i?'y Wiggly add up . . . and mean better food for less money. It's always good sense to slop Piggly Wiggly . . . where your dollar has more cents. WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS COFFEE ADMIRATION DR. PEPPER 1 Lb. Pkg. 6 Bottle Carton KORN KIST SLICED BACON FREDDY'S GRADE A FRYERS Lb. Pkg. 111! THIS COUPON WORTH 25 CABELL'S HOMOGENIZED MILK 59* J ' DECKER'S DRY SAUSAGE SALE \ 9 TEXAS CERVELAT I0WANA CERVELAT 39 35 1 Gal. Ctn. 53 Lb. Lb. Lb. 45' 49( PREE SAH GREEN STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF ' Gal Ctn. CABELL'S MILK m EXPIRES CLOSING APRIL 77, 1960 FREE-25 extra S and H Stamps with coupon from paper ORANGE JUICE Hl-C 46 Oz. Can 29 GARDEN DEW FRESH! I0WANA CLUB ...

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

*h" Rusk Folks *« DOING I Rusk Quartet 3rd In Center Golf Tourney Mr. and Mrs. Kent Miller of Bry- an were home for the Blaster holi- days with Mrs. Miller's mother Mrs. Verdie Mae Banks. weekend with Mrs. Thompson's mother Mrs. Lawrence Smith. Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Gifford of Austin, their son Gale Gifford. Miss Ann McCluney of Dallas teacher in Arlington school, Mr. and her roommate Miss Notasha and Mrs. W. E. Hurt, and Mrs. t >set of Zagreb, Yugoslavia who is Dena Gifford of N'ederland spent doing post graduate work at SMU, Dallas, spent the Easter holidays with Ann's father Mr. Bill Mc- Cluney. the Easter holidays at their coun try home here. Mr. and Mrs. Thorleif Jorgenson spent the Easter holidays at their A quartet of Rusk High School golfers took third in the Center district golf tournament last week. It was the school's first outing in what may well be the beginning of an addition to the school's sports scene. The foursome — William Tosh, Richard Butler, Bobby Tosh and Jimm...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE I april 21, 1960 Visits Kiwanis Club Tuesday, Tells Of Work The regular noon meeting of the Rusk Kiwanis Club was held Tues- day, April 19, at the Texas Cafe, with president Bill Davis presid- ing. Reports of the Raster Kgg hunt sponsored by the Club last Sunday afternoon at Jim Hogg Park, show- ed that about 100 boys arid girls and a number of their elders at tended. It was a most enjoyable occasion. The winner in the egg hunt for the first and second grade division was Terry Man ess, who found 68 eggs. The winner in the fourth grade division wan Henry Verbick with 22 eggs. The winner in the fifth grade division was Deffie Meyers with 25 eggs Dr. Castner, program chairman, presented Jack K Folmar, Travel READ THE WANT ADS , ing Science Teacher, who brought ■a most interesting program. Kol- mar's work is sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C, and also by the Oklahoma State University, Still- water, Oklahoma The purpose of his visit to Rus...

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

The Cherokeean Opponent's Campaign Tactics Draw Wrath Of Both Dowdy and Crook • Cherokee County Section • * GENERAL NEWS * SPORTS * EDITORIALS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS RSH Expects 2,000 For Open House The people of East Texas and the Gulf Coast area will have an opportunity to visit the Rusk State Hospital durinft its Eighth Annual Open House on May 6 and 7, be- tween 9:00 a m. and 4:00 p.m. Open House is a part of the Hos- pital's National Mental Health Week observances. In making the announcement, Dr Charles W. Castner, Superin- tendent, stated that the Hospital extends a warm invitation to all the people to attend Open House and see what our tax dollars, medi- cal science, and community sup- port arc accomplishing in the fight against mental illness. Last year during Open House, more than 2,000 visitors viewed the various improvements that are steadily being made at the Rusk State Hospital, and preparations are being made for that many, at least, this year Activities will fea- tu...

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

•t THE CHEROKEEAN Austin Highlights PAGE TWO APRIL 21, 19AC TEXAS QrPRTST? ASS0CIAT10H 7fte#né^C\ J960 $36 Doorknobs Irritate Cost-Conscious Solons RUSK FOLKS Hunter of Austin and Paragould. Dr and Mrs T H Cobble and Marylyn Perkins over the week- Dr and Mrs George Francis and Arkansas, and Mr and Mrs. Joe Mr and Mrs Knox Ray, Allen and em family of Austin Mr and Mrs Spivey and son, Lee of Bay City Malinda _ _ WAIJT An, Tommy fYancis of Houston, Dick spent the Piaster holidays with Bob Tetley of Dallas visited Miss New Buick "Easy-Ownership Plan" puts buying on your terms ESTABLISHED JULY 5, 1M7 AS THE PIONEER Entered as second class roatusf at the postoffice at Rum. Tejas under Act of March 3. 1879 E H. WHITEHEAD MRS E H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Business Manager News Editor Any erroneous reflection upot, the character «landing, or repu tation of any person, firm, or corporation woich may appear in the columns o! this newspaper will lie gladly corrected...

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

Maydelle News BY MKS MINNIE CONNER .Mrs Retilla Ball of Sebastian is • ,v""iiing the holidays at her home hare. Miss Willie Mayfield, Mrs Gen- ni<-' Acker of Jacksonville and Mrs. Frank Hurress and daughter, Jean- nie of Madison, Wisconsin, visited Mrs. Minnie Conner Thursday- morning. Mr. and Mrs Carl Durrett's chil dren spent the Easter Holidays with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sayers and son. Randy, daughter aiid Mrs David Josey and son, 1 anny of Turney and Mr and Mrs Jerry Durrett and Thomas Wayne Ol Dallas Guest.s for Kasti r Dinner of Mr. and Mr.-,. L. A lierry and Mrs Effie Ross were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bell, Ru.->k, Mr. and Mrs Gerald Choate J C Shermans for guests of the the holidays Assistant County Home Mrs. Ketilla Ball and Mrs Min- Demonstration Agent nie Conner visited the T. F. Youngs Annfl Mae shellhammer and daughter Jane Ann in Tyler Saturday. Mr Reagan Sherman and daugh- ter of Victoria are visiting his par- Simple Rules Help4-H Club Members With Spring Parties ...

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

mmamwiirwwii 1''1"' í THE CHEROKEEAN, PACE 4 APRIL 21, 1960 Bolton In 101st 'Quick Strike' FORT CAMPBELU KY (AHT Qui' k Sink.- is ti stirit the di NC)—Army Specialist Four J o e¡ vision's on the mark readiness as A. Bolton, son of Mr and o e Mrs. Archie M Bolton. Route 4, Rusk, is participiting with other per sonnel from the 101st Airborne Di- vision in Exercise Quick Strike at Fort Campbell and Camp Breckin ridge, Ky. I vision s one of the major units of the Stra Uenic Army Corps (STRAC). Specialist Bolton, a clerk typist in Headquarters Company of the division's 187th Infantry it Fort Campbell, entered the Army in November ¡956 THIS WEEK In County AGRICULTURE BY COUNTY EXTENSION AGENTS EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY Thursday, April 21 Shiloh and Redlawn Mr Ma- District Texas Home Demonstra 'on<* Armstrong tion Association Meeting at Cen Primrose Mr Pete James CALENDAR SCHEDULE EXPERIENCED Law Enforcement is the Strongest Weapon Against Crime Your Vote For ALLEN D0TS0N FOR SHERIFF OF ...

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

ir Jacksonville & Area Churches James chool Wo.-ship lining Ser. Worship Service "light night ot ICH .E Mondays) ays) 7:00 & 7:00 p.m. p.m. m. reh )r ra. )0 a.m. ?.m. ■6:30 p.m. p.m. Church r a.m. ^ 6:00 ) p.m. ^ % p.m. Church orge .m. p.m. 0 • Lv ^ much to say 011 *«•* vv'r °°? *« -" 7 w, ,„J «' <"0 „ ,.Gt * W «" ' • lMt i««i *®01 • i *„,*««"• t . I -—r:.--- • ■ *• k" " " ^ „„ b, W«S "H <"M™11 «C ?'« * **"*"*Mi ft' !*' ' . , ol W« *™ ,0nlP"' no so"'""'"1" ° „ hoM iK' "® •" mmJ r* ™ wrt- *«•Ml" rf * . «• *°"W ™ on4 hH t.)«* " '• (*aj W— • ^ ^ 5lw, « *wm death and dttt,ny' „„ w M .1 ° *M 60i- i: i • • • REMEMBER A Family That Prays T ogether, Stays Together Attend Church Sunday :ast Sponsored By These Friendly Firms & Individuals thomas wallace :herokee county abstract co. (hANNA & GUENZEL) Verd ie Mae Banks Grocery \lexandep & lusk ;ervice station & GARAGE or. Syc#-nor« S, 6 h MU 3 2747 iuth Texas Producers Association 3ulf Coast Federated Feed Associat...

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

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE ... BUY - SELL - TRADE urn CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale USED CARS 1956 FORD VICTORIA ! door hardtop, red & black. Radio, heater, air condition- ing. A real buy for $1295.00 1951 BUICK 2 Door Sedan Whitewall tires, radio, heat- r. Must move and will go at just . . . $295.00 1953 FORD Tudor s*dan, heater, white tiroi, nice paint. Priced Right. $495.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tire , radio and heater, real clean. $1095.00 1957 FORD V 8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue 4 white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tire*. Like new. $1495.00 1957 FORD Country Squire 9 passenger Sta- tion Wagon, A i r conditioned. Power brakes. Power steering. Power windows, radio heater. A local owned car. $1695.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four door, clean two tona paint and heater. A real nice car. $795.00 TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Nig...

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

Cold-Framing Justified Dr. P. A. Young ¡ ting time. It is important for the is an example: Salesman at the Many hours of sunlight without fertilizer to be mixed with moist door: "Madam, I'd like to show tcrease by a sheet are necessary soil. you a little item that your neigh- d help tomato plants to grow with Tomatoes sh ld b d f bors said that you could not af- orrna hardiness to endure weath- , , , "Ui= , , for() •• cold frames with a good ball of 0 rich wet soil on every plant. Rows ^ are opened over the fertilizer in L ■ ■ a ** *T"o I Ir the field when the plants are 5 to V * 11II It M I "lid 9 in. tall in the cold frames. Each i i tomato plant is set (not dropped) I IQC6 into the furrows, with the plants 18 to 24 in. apart. Then damp soil is packed firmly around the |r in fields. Such good culture stifies the labor and expense of |pld framing tomatoes. Tomatoes jrowu with enough light and wind |iv easy to recognize. They have If ;¡i k partly purple stems with ían.r prominent ha...

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

fl THE CHEROKEEAN PAGE S APRIL 21, 196C THIS WEEKS Sports ROUND UP by JIM CARROLL Almost a year ha*- pa.s<u-<l sine* Ia¡> w sat Ik-hind a t> pewrlter to pass along sports food for thought And with the advent of a riew and larger sports action in our publication, we can only say, "It's great to be back' The many inquiries of the past few month, concerning an exten sive sports coverage department haw been most gratifying, and have played an important role in the re establishment, of this feature To the coaches of Kast Texas, to the playei •. and to the sports fans we've talked with, let us say that we hope you'll enjoy our new sports section. We enter this re newed endeavor when sports activities in this area, as far as our .schools are concerned, are comparatively quiet liistriet track events have been run, and with the exception of regional and state activity, school boy «prim; events have just about reached their respective conclusions to the relief of haggard, worn coa...

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