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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 April 1960

$?f Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper... Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * Cast members of "Cry, the Beloved Cou.itry" are pictured above. The Jacksonville High School group will appear in the Cullen Auditorium in Houston Saturday at 6:50 p.m. in the regional one-act play contest. The group wil leave here Friday morning and return Sunday afternoon. In Houston High School Enters Regional Contest Jacksonville will be represented Saturday in the regional one-act , play contest at the University of ; Houston by the Curtain Club of Jacksonville High School. The local group will perform at 6:50 p.m. in Cullen Auditorium Construction Is Up; Lake Lots Still Available Building and repairing in Jack- sonville is increasing with permits for $61,400 being issued by April 18, according to Julian Bolton, city building inspector. In comparison, some $39,400 was recorded on building permits by the city last month. The total for February was $63,0...

Publication Title: Cherokeean, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 April 1960

IT M PACE 2 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 21, 1960 People Or Bugs: Who Will Be Boss Dr. P. A. Young Many kinds of insects invade our houses, annoy us, spoil food, eat holes in cloth, and spread Uerm diseases. Sanitation for pleasant, healthful living includes control! ing insects in and near our houses To help you control such insects, the Texas Agricultural Extension Service published L-311 You can get a free copy of it from your County Agent in Rusk It described equipment that you will need, the kinds of insect that aro most apt to invade your home, methods of controlling them, and precautions in using insecticides. The following are examples of the information in this publication House flies not only tickle you awake when you try to uiooze in daylight but they are main spread ers of disease germs They increase very rapidly in warm weather, and fly from their breeding places around livestock to houses gener ally Controlling flies includes san ilation around livestock especially because the...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 April 1960

hest tgh- |San lirk- Pora pine Incl- ín Isly lap- pith a kost bu tile J. ALVIN MILSTEAD It is my intentions to see each and every voter of Precinct 3 within the next few days. My friends and I are campaigning vigorously, but I may miss some of you and if I do I would like to again take this means of so- liciting your vote and your sup- port. 1 shall not burden you with a long list of my personal, and family connections. I believe you are concerned with my qualifi- cations, aims, actions, training and experience to handle your county business, and my ability to maintain your roads in Pre- cinct No. 3. Since you know that I live on Myrtle Drive, Route 5, East of Jacksonville, I leave it to you and my friends to discuss any thing you might wish to know about me. You already know that. I have several years in public and private activities, which have given me experience in managing men, materials, tools and books. I have gained knowledge of property and its values which is a necessity i...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 21 April 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN rME 4 APRIL 21. 1M0 LMC Slates Music Festival Inspection, Drill Planned for Guard It/Sgt. Jeter Cook, administra- tive aergeant of ttoe National Guard Armory in Jacksonville, announced Tuesday that an all day drill and inspection will be made this Sun- day. Major Harry Loti, battalion ex ecuti e officer, Captain Robert W. Dawson, battalion assistant train injgs officer; l t Lieutenant Stanley Gerü, battalion adjutant, 1st lieu- tenant Charles H Peters, liaison of- ficer: all of Marshall headquarter* will make the inspection. They will be accompanied by Chaplain Spain, The inspection will include the vtate of training, methods of in- struction, maintenance of equip ment, appearance of men, and re cords, according to Sgt Cook. A Spring Music Festival has been planned for the public by the music department of Lon Mor ris College The A cappella choir will pre sent a program of music under the direction of Jtobert Fordyce in the A Prank Smith auditorium Wed- nesday May 4, ...

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

& Sirte r o ' 'ílaund . . , Town tyiitfi tfbmndafkiut ELECTIONEERING i—mt head- ed for final rounds . . . candidates filing expense statements this week. Another long week of vote seeking . . . and then the elec- tion, Saturday, May 7. ABSENTEE VOTING continues through May 3. INCIDENTALLY, YOU are read- ing what is—if not the first—then the largest county political edition of a newspaper ever presented . . . It has announcements from most of our public office candidates. We hope it will be of service to you folks who will vote next Saturday week. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the most complete local news medium in Cherokee County. VOLUME llT The Cherokeean TEXAS' OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, ESTABLISHED AS THE PIONEER JULY 5, 18*7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy Karl Lentx, KTLU radioman, pro- vided Tuesday's excitement on the square . . . Candidate Bill Crook was about to speak from o...

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

Wiggly Caters to the "Carriage Trade ??• w? Naturally we cater to the "carriage trade! We know how important it is to mother to make sure her baby gets only the best. Piggly Wiggly is ext^a c^r®* ful to stock only top quality baby food and supplies. This week you 11 find even more nice things for baby at Piggly Wiggly, for we re observing Nation- al Baby Week with a special sale on all supplies for your pride n joy. To baby your baby best, shop Piggly Wiggly. We cater to the Carriage Trade . . . WE GIVE S&H GREE N STAMPS DECKER'S SMOKED PICNICS Lb. National Baby Week... April 30fh—May 7th BLUF. LABEL Karo Syrup I', Lb Jar 25C SHORTENING )0< OFF HUMKO 3 Lb C n 73Í PLAIN or IODIZED SALT MORTON 2 27c tm 26 Or. Boxes mm I PAPER TOWELS SCOTT ?oll of 150 23 TISSUE Northern 439c AUSTEX CHILI 39c With Beans AUSTEX i00 Can Tamales 26c AUSTEX Beef Stew 59 UPTON'S TEA PIRATE GOLD h Lb. Pkg. 87 i Lb. Pkg. 45 MARGARINE! 25 ARMOUR'S STAR BACON ■9 CHUCK or CROWN ROAST BONELESS HEAVY BEEF 2 ...

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

i )9 C C Free Theatre Tickets To The Cherokeean Classified Ad Readers HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: Each week 10 name* will be inserted among the ads on the CLASSIFIED PAGES of THE CHEROKEEAN ... All you have to do it look for your name and if you find it . . . clip out the ad with your name . . . bring it to the BOX OFFICE of the CHEROKEE THEATRE and you will be admitted to *ee the cur- rent attraction . . . IT'S EASY . . . JUST Read The Classified Ads—Win Theatre Tickets! THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, APRIL 28 & 29 The Story That Tore The Va«t *" Timber Country Apart! f AUNIADD JHHNECRJUN guhjRJHAND HtflMIQE AVAI0N TECHNICOLOR* Guns of the Timberlhnd ^CARTOON* "TWEET DREAMS" SATURDAY—ONE DAY ONLY—APRIL 30 FEATURE NO. 1: — FEATURE NO. 2: MS Barir Suili van. Dennis OK tele Mona Freeman > lotr Jurado DRACOON u*"° 00,"-u'", THE FlRE MONSTER —PLUS CARTOON— Big Days—Sat. Prevue 11:15 P.M. Sun., Mori., Tue. & Wed. April 30, May 1, 2, 3 and 4 FROM THE PAGES OF THE LUSTY BEST-SELLER! ? Robert Ele...

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

PAGE 4 NEW RESIDENT r H E CHEROKEEAN APRIL 28, 1960 Services Held Wednes. For Named Honoree At Tea In Andrew Berry Vining Home Sat. P.M. Mrs. Raymond Cooper, new re uder.t of Rusk, was honored with j tea from five to fright o'clock Sat- urday evening, April 23rd at the fjome of Mrs Bill Vming. Co hos- tess to the lovely event was Mrs Melvin Sessions oí Alió. Iloth lad íes are cousins of the honoree Greeting guests wj., Mrs Vining. and in the receiving line w re Mrs Sessions, the honor<- h< r young daughter. Cathy ami two daugh- ters from Jacksonville. Mrs Hilly Wheat anfl Mrs Joe Ballard, Jr Approximately 100 persons re- gistered The house was beautifully and artistically, decorate! with ar rangem«n:= of spring flower* Shades of pink and orchid pred'omi nated Mrs S L ft Cartlidge presided at the guest register table, which held a lovely arrangement of sea- sonal flowers in a blend of orchid .vfid pmk. with eucalyptus forming tlje background Us container was a'white porcelain f...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 28, 1960 PAGE 3 Green's Fina Service Station To Hold Open House Saturday (ireen s Fina Service Station, 900 aruj Southwestern area Refining si rth Main Street, will celebrate facilities are maintained in Mount its official opening Saturday with pleasant and Wichita Falls, Texas, open house program, H. L. anfj jr| Dorado, Kansas. operator, has an- an Green, station nounced. Featured in the day long cele- bration will be the awarding of val- uable door prizes at the close of business Saturday night. Included will be a barbecue grill, a spinning rod and reel, and two Pony Ex- press gun and holster sets. In addition, a set of four bever- .ise glasses will be given away with t-ach purchase of 10 or more gal- Ions of Fina Supreme or Fina Gas- oline. Fina is the brand name of Am- erican Petrofina, the nation's new- est integrated oil company. The company began operations with a merger with Panhandle Oil Cor- poration in 1956, and in 1957 ac- quired the complete assets ...

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

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 28. 1960 Tea Founders Day Banquet Set Honors Brid9e Club Meets Tues. Club Names New Officers Xi Epsilon Kappa Chaptrr mem- bers met Monday night at the home- of its member, Mrs Mildred Ver million, 7 45 pm The president, Melba Campbell presided when members stood for the opening ritual. Letters were read from thr Beta read, seeking names of potential representatives to the SKA Kodeo, May 12 13 14 The program committee announ red the next regular meeting with M.iry Boone, program to be given by Marie Mehn r Founder's Day banquet plans for Sigma Phi chapters at Am.iriUo Knday. April 2!)th at i o(U«k in and I-evelland, endorsing the Cy v the Husk Hotel were announced tic Fibrosis Research Foundation Mrs Vivian Summers, scholar as a state project and urging sup "-hip crtftimiiiee member submitted port of the Rusk members Other names of threi- applicants communications included a letter The group voted to give SIS M from the Rusk State Hospital, in toward the ...

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

hted 30 Mre I? Maydelle News by MRS. MINNIE CONNER Miss Vurlene Watson of Dallas spent the weekend with homo folks. Mr Pearl Garner is on the sick ¡ist this week. Mr and Mrs. Andrew Scogin of Sufiarland are spending the week jt their home here. Their son, Jr., ind family of Dallas spent the weekend with them. Miss Dixie Ford, Mesdames Hazel Sherman, Ida Acker, Bertha Ezell, Maybeth Bingham, Pauline Wil- liams, and Clara Bolton spent an outing with Mrs. Hazel Ezell at her Uke here, picnicing, fishing and boating. A real enjoyable day was spent. Mrs. Hazel Ezell, Misses Cookie Itojch and Gay Dotson spent Satúr- ela;. afternoon with Elder Raymond I'r -ddy and f-unily in Jacksonville. sir and Mrs. Carlie Daniels and fa:nily of ilous-ton and the Paul Mi Coys of Ru.sk spent the weekend at their old home here. Vliss Shirley Twitty of Dallas 1 .'lit the weekend with her moth- er. Mrs. Maggie Twitty. Messers. Guy Benge, and Ken- in ih Roach of Houston were visit- ors here with relatives over...

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

the cherokeean APRIL 21, I960 Waggoner Carr Seeks Office Of Texas Attorney General Waggoner Carr, candidate for 1953 1055, farr barkers say he state Attorney General, ¡8 a 41 bravely took the lead in exposing year-old veteran, church lay leader, organized crime in every section of and graduate of Texas Tech arid the State the University of Texas I. a w f'.rr has said that he helipsi •> School. 'hat Texa has a great future, arid A democrat, he has been a lead- that public officials must be de ing advocate of increased salaries cisive and for public school teachers and for what they the faculty of state supported col Sorority 100% In Attendance Mon. Meeting POPULATION... ToR^xVrr:,,, rn, (Continuad from P«9« U 13.3741 day, or MU 3-4479 night, mark, yet local estimates based on ^ ^ Mrs Lulu Summers was hostess mittees to serve during the 1960- lar and Del Cox electric meter connections have to a regular meeting of the Omi- 61 fiscal year Monday night: Pro Work was also begun Monday ...

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

W' Students Observe Both Leniency and Severity Of Justice System At A Day In District Court The Cherokeean > Cherokee County Section • In Jacksonville Society Plans New Activities The Cherokee County chapter, Texas Society for Crippled Chil- dren met for their regular monthly meeting recently in their head- quarters located on Cherokee street with Mrs. Harold Hamlin, presiding. Plans were made concerning an educational program to c o v e r seven wcaks for Johnny Bush. It was reported that a new wheel, . , . „ . chair had been provided for Ann! Jud6e Jamt? " Moore, District Ekstrum who had outgrown her' AUorn(Ly Rob.eJrt Murph_y ,a"d_laLW" old one. Gordon Campbell, who Three Tried, Get Sentence, Lecture RUSK—Most of New Summerfield's High School cach- ed their textbooks last Thursday morning and took up class in the District Courtroom. They observed at once the sev- erity and leniency in the law administered by the courts. The youngsters sat quietly ¡ Ht-' entered a plea of guilty...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 2 APRIL 21, I960 On Tractor Unglamorous Sheriff Conducts Campaign On Record A few yearn ago, one of those daring World War II and two ing school at New Summerfield date, but then — detective writers READ THE WANT AOS Barber Heads County Democrats Politicians have found many ways lo file for public offices. In Cherokee County, a political hope ful is always faced with the possi- bility of having to file in the mid- dle of a half-plowed field with a tractor standing by ready to start working when its operator returns Ib such a case, the operator wonld be A. N. Barbe;, veteran County Democratic Chairman who says he is a farmer, not a politic- ian. Barber is in his fifth year as Democratic Chairman in Cherokee County His first official act as County Chairman was to ratify the ap poiatmenU of James Moore as Dis Lrict Judge, and Bob .Murphy as District Attorney in the newly created 145th Judicial District Prior to his present position, Barber was Precinct Chairman of B...

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

BILLY LEE THOMPSON Above all, a District Attorney Billy Lee Thompson Seeks Office Of District Attorney Billy Lee Thompson, Candidate for the office of District Attorney, for the counties of Cherokee, Na- cogdoches and Angelina, has au- thorized The Cherokeean to pub- lish the following statement in his behalf: TO THE CITIZENS OF CHEROKEE COUNTY: As the May primary approaches, I, Billy Lee Thompson, take this means of earnestly soliciting your support for my candidacy for the office of District Attorney. The office of District Attorney i is one of the most important of- tices in our system of government Your District Attorney's duties re quire him to constantly advise and counsel with all of the law en- forcement officers of each of the counties of the District on all mat- ters pertaining to felony charges and violations. The District At- torney must work with and advise should be fair He should at all the Grand Juries on all law violat- times fully recognize that it is not ions pres...

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

W. PACE 4 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 28, 1960 I hardly know it's here with™y ELECTRIC ^'r Conditioning! Ja, Sfb TAT TTv Central Air Conditioning 1U 4 ¥& ft w¿- Bob Adamson Seeks Voter Support Room Air Conditioning Both are better . . . both are ELECTRIC! SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY A tfXAi COMMNT — OCIMffO IY TtHANi —■ HAVING ttXAi CITIKNi BOB ADAMSON Nacogdoches Historical Tour Planned NACOGDOCHES A tour of out standing homes and historical sites will be conducted in Nacogdoches Saturday, April 30th. between 1 30 and 5 p m by the (,'olonial Uames of the Seventeenth Century, the James Hazard Chapter rtejii.stration for this historic pi 1 - ijrlmage will begin at 10 30 a m. in the lobby of the Hotel Fredonia Tickets will be on salo at t h e hotel alvo Advance tickets m*y be secured from Mrs E. R. Bates, 1020 Mound Street, in Nacog- doches, at $1 50 each The tour will include in addition (o fine old homes, the famed Old Stone Fort ori the campus of Ste- phen F Austin College, ...

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

pn«ry) :h James ehool I Wo.-ship laining Ser. |Vorship Service |Night night of RCH LE lurch last or B.m. 0:55 a.m. 30 p.m. Mondays) Indays) 7:00 f—7:00 p.m. p.m. p.m. thurch jistor a.m. U:00 a.m. p.m. —6:30 p.m f:30 p.m. Church kstor ):45 a.m. H Vice — 6:06 I Jacksonville & Area Churches 1-7:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. frtist Church George |00 a.m. |m. 3.00 p.m. r i "Fireman Save my Child!" An old familiar ' cry... and in time of need, the fireman can be depended on to do his best. Count- less hundreds owe their lives to firemen and their heroic efforts. Thousands of res- cue stories could be told about them. Another, that is always present in time of need, is our Lord. No man has a greater love than our holy father. Learn to rely on God for your spiritual needs... take your problems to the Lord and leave them there. Attend church regularly and receive the comforting reassurance of a closer walk with the Lord. The Church is God's appointed ogency In this world for spreading the knowledge ...

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

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 28, 1960 Daniel Asks Third Term As Governor Of Texas Governor Price Daniel is .seeking his third term as governor, He has served Texas previously as Speaker of the Texas House, Attorney General, and U. S Senator The Governor was born in 1910 in Liberty County where his ances- tors settled when Texas was still a part of Mexico As a youth, he worked as a newsboy and ranch helper. Later, he attended Baylor University where he received Jour nalfsm and law degrees. During the depression, Daniel was a county lawyer in Liberty. When World War 11 broke out the. Governor waived legislative ex- emption to enlist as an army pri- vate and servad in the Pacific He still owns a ranch near Li- berty and holds memberships in the farm Bureau Sam Houston REA Co-Op, and Texas and South- western Cattle Raisers Association Governor Daniel s political care er started in the state legislator and in his third term wa , elected Speaker of the Texas House After his discharge from ...

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

* * * LETTERS To The Editor Deacon Defends Crook; McCurry Upholds Dowdy WASHINGTON, D C. (RNS) — (iivinjí his reasons why a "man of i.Lr> cloth" should serve in the 4«iun's highest legislature, a Lutheran pastor who is one of three clergymen in Congress said that "the tune has come when rhnstian people must be extreme- ly vocal in all that they do, in i very way of life." Kep Walter H. Moeller (D O.) told the annual meeting of the Lutheran Laymen's Fellowship of Metropolitan Washington that min-! isters "have a basic conviction, a basic philosophy to give to the world today." Speaking oil the subject "A Min- ister Comes to Congress" the Luth- . ran Church-Missouri Synod minis- ter said that when governments can so easily be turned into di recti oris that are not to the filoo' of God, I think it's very important that Christian men and women, in- cluding clergymen, should take iheiT turn in government proces- s's." Two other ordained ministers in | Congress are from the Disciples o...

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

FOLKS & FACTS FROM In & About Alto Mr and Mrs. Ariie Bice arid farn lly spent Sunday at Dam I!. with Mr and Mrs. G B Bice and Mr 3nd Mrs. Noral Smith Mrs. Roxie I^ndrum of Houston is spending a few days at her home in the Jones Chap*! Community Her son lieacharn and family arid her daughter Ix-tl.a and family were there for the- weekend. Mr und Mrs W K Bynum spent from Saturday to Monday in Hous- ton with Mr. and Mrs John Lan drum and family and Mr and Mrs. i.loyd Bryant and family. BY INEZ TURNER Marshall Kay Bynum of T.C.C spent the holidays here with Mr and Mrs Marshall Bynum Mr and Mrs Don I Ave of Hous ton spi-nt the weekend with Mr and Mrs M M Love Mrs Hilly Henry arid children, Jun and Judy of Newton are spend mí; a few days here with Mr and Mrs Uon Compton and Tamrny Mrs Henry will h<- rerrterribered as Clerida '.ale Mr arid Mrs Karl Kcnneson and Mrs Allie Bell Wood arid Mrs Bon- nie Fuss attended the Sunrise Kas- Jack Crippen and son Bryan of ler Service at KTKK ...

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