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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

1960 ' ■ ¡ fM® ,|m| THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND-UP Jr. Hi Big Boys Workout Girls Get FALLOUT SHELTER FOR A NEW HOME by JIM CARROLL One promoter used to say "All's fair in love and fights". Perhaps this was the predominant thought in the minds of a couple of light- weights last week. Champion Gene Fulmer and challenger Joey Giardello, in their title bout out in Montana, certainly proved that when there's a con- siderable pile of chips in the pot, a feller today is prompted to reach for the ole Ace in the Hole. Fulmer, early in the fight, appeared to ignore the referee's warn- ing about his butting. Then challenger Giardello decided to take the matter into his own forceful hands. In the fourth round, Joey drew an unusual exclamation from the 12,000 fans on hand when he mo- mentarily dropped his gloves, rared back and turned into a butting bull. He rammed his own noggin into the forehead of the champion, opening a respectable gash. v. Inch Fulmer said later "Kept my eyes full of blood." O...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

PP THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 28, I960 •p^XSS el ASSOCIATION 7960 7fte*nb^R Combined with The Jacksonville Journal BUT COURT'S INTEGRITY MUST LIVE Court Reversal Portends More Unrest, Lawyer Says Entered u «econd üui uxauer at the po taíík« at Ru«*. Tom under Act oí March 3. 1879. E. EL WHITEHEAD MRS. E R W HITEHEAD GLENN BROWN Editor and Publisher Office and Buarnew Manager News Editor Any erroneous refilón upot. the character. stanUin*. or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporstion woich aaay appear <n the columns of this newspaper will be «Udiy corrected upon broagM to tbe attention of the publisher. SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in Counry One Year in County Sk Months Out of County One Year Out of County RATES $175 *3 00 $2 23 $4 GO Cherokeean Editorials They Hit A Hornets Nest But Look Who Gets Stung In a colloquialism, the Supreme Court ha «tirrefi up a hornet's nest But at least after the Supreme Inconsistency in 1954, it has become consistent This court, in 195-1. reversed an ea...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

■ ■ 1 "1 ■lili Ill a*— ' Citizens Ask Congressional Candidates Important Questions Concerning Foreign & Domestic Policies Barbering To Building Easy Swap For Wallace In between haircuts, Thomas those paid in the county for ¡don- Wallace is making his second and tical jobs." probably his most exhaustive cam- Special attention will also be paign for Commissioner of Pre- giu,„ l0 bus routes, he said, to cinct L make them safer for children. A barber for 20 years, Wallace is Thomas Wallace, in his cam- in a seven-candidate race for the paign, has expressed a two fold commissioner post. But if elected a¡m for his administration if he is it won't be a difficult change for | elected. The first is a realistic road him. In fact the candidate feels he's uniquely qualified for the office. First, he's had thorough business- man experience. And second, he's had extensive experience in the construction industry (for five years he was employed by the Aus- tin Bridge Company and served as forem...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE SELL - TRADE 1 an CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk 1. AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale 1956 FORD VICTORIA ! door hardtop, red A black. Radio, heater, air condition- ing. A real buy for $1195.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitewall tire , radio, heat- er. Must move and will go at just . $295.00 1953 CHEVROLET PICKUP Nice clean pickup ... A steal •t , . . $445.00 1956 FORD V 8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tires, radio and heater, real clean. $1095.00 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue A white. Fordo- matic, radio, heater, white tires. Like new. $1495.00 1955 PLYMOUTH 6 cylinder four door, clean two tone paint and heater. A real nice car. $795.00 USED CAR LOT MOVED NOW LOCATED ON HENDERSON HIWAY 710 EAST RUSK TRADES & TERMS Forrest Motor Co. JACKSONVILLE Phone 7271 or 2266 Night Call HENRY HOLCOMB 2 0292 CLEARANCE SALE 1955 Dodge V-t Coronet four door sedan, air conditioned, radio, heater, automatic trans...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

attorney general Will Wilson Seeks Return To Office tri-county BASEBALL news Will Wilson, in his campaign fur t election as Attorney General of Texas, is using the slogan "the WILL of Texans " Wilson has a long law enforce- ment career as Dallas District At- torney, as Texas Supreme Court Justice, and as Attorney General. As a matter of record he has, and continues, to fight gambling, or- ganized crime, loan sharks, and medical quacks. He says his action against loan .-.harks is proof of his concern for the working people. 'These ruth- less money changers charge up to a thousand percent interest on -.mall loans," he said. Wilson sup- porters say he has stopped more thai. 7fx) loan sharks in Texas and is continuing his drive. also striving for fair distribution of Kio Grande waters. Wilson is running on a platform of aggressive law enforcement, cit- ing the accomplishments of his of fice during the past three and one- half years. Born in Dallas in 1912, Wilson worked his way through ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL M. I960 Chocolate Peppermint lee Cream Pie \ \ Paul Cox Believes Prosecutor Must Also Be Rehabilitator J. Alvin Milstead Enters Race For Precinct 3 Commissioner boy /fCfv has PAUL COX "Orea! awl Milk for All in Itaripea" i* one of t)i« thcrncu of the Seventh Annual Spring ('«•real and Milk Kin ti val sponaorcl joint Jy during April by the Cereal Institute and the Arneruan lJiiiry Association. All age* will enjoy this I avion* Chocolate Pepper- mint 1'ie in a No-bake ( ereal Crust So r|in< k and eiwy-to make, thij pie could be mad* hy the rno*t inexperienced cook. .Simply folio the direction aa outlined in the reope QiocoUt* IVpjwrmint lee Í rmrn J'ia In .No-link* ( rrr«I Oml 2 tableepooru butter or 1 pint chocolate ire rream margarine I pint vanilla ire cream Western Heritage Center Campaign Fund Launched V/a cup mar hrnallow (rem# i/i tea* poo n salt 3 cu^ pr«weet«ne<l corn •A nip chopped r andy IX'pjM-rmint All over Texas the for the $ft ;u;e rent...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

itors / Railway!) majestic are the « of the and the mentary 5'Leary, FNS an EXCLUSIVE NEWS TEAM The Cherokeean al I I a real tits te m 'Í AND RADIO STATION KTLU-1580 Combining the resources of the count's most popular newspapers with the electron- ic and worldwide newsgathering facilities of its most powerful radio station. The only radio-newspaper team in Cherokee County and the most effective News and Advertising Medium in this area. NEWS — International, National and State — hour-by-hour, as near as your Radio Dial. Local and County events reported four times daily. ol- tly n Jé- is, and )un- iRR EY wt Ü |1 :1 i-'i® fi I I m In your County's most popular and mo<-f widely circulated newspapers, exclusive features about people you know. Primary "ources of County and local news, factual and analytical — stories that have been fully developed. HEAR the news as it happens. READ the most comprehensive Local News cover- age in the county. Carr

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

PAGE I THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 28, 1940 -■ ifsm 11 '• ■¡I* " HI tSsi. Bulah and Central High Judged Friday Judging is underway in the an munity improvement The object nual Organized Community Im ives are to make farm and ranch provrment Contest, with Central lif'- mor>- desirable and satisfying High and Bulah receiving the spot as well u: more prQfilabli and light of inspection last Friday stable for farm familie K a <■ h Judges for the 15 competing ' ommunity may choose its own communities in 22 counties, are oak, hut th- e generally fall into Mis* Margaret Bracher and Walter four principal categoric inerca.v Scott District Agents for Exten- ""'«aging family ni'orni-, sion District 8. Dick Stebbins, improving health conditions and Farm Management Specialist, Dis services, improving the Horn- and trict 9 and Miss Willie ! u Ter ''arm; and encouraging -ocial par reu Home Demonstration a-cnt ticipation 'I I IF. OltfiANlZKU COMMUNITY IMP ROVKMKNT CONTEST TOUR Friday was for Rusk Cou...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

1, Int •a In d lat- llsl I'M fVv'lif'l .«if Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper... Local News + Classifieds * Editorials * SI Local High School Cast Wins Honors In Houston The Jacksonville High School ye^rs to nine first places in dis- Curtain Club one-act play cast won trict one-act play contests, five lirst place in Regional competition regional firsts, and two state first last Saturday at the University of places. Houston with their presentation \ext performance for this year's of Cry, the Beloved Country." winning cast will be Saturday, May Four members of the local group 7, at 4:30 p.m. at the University of were named to the all-star cast Texas in the state one-act play in the Houston competition. They contest. were Sazy Rucker, Larry Martin, Members of the cast other than Chuck Davenport, and Margo Da- those named to the all-star cast \is. Miss Rucker was named best Saturday are David MeCord, Ken- neth Ward, Pat Cornelison, Tim Murp...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

THECHEROKEEA^,,,. Feted With ■¡■Citizens Of Tomorrow-:- Lot'" Africa Is Topic At news of interest to WOMEN Study Club Hears Mesdames Todd, Hooper, Hemenway "A Fortunate Constellation' and Vane* . laundry is no moro vital Earth Aspects" were the two pro grams combined for the Wednes day Study Club and presented by Mrs Cale Todd. Mr-, W It Hooper, and Mrs J S Hemenway as they met April 20 with Mrs (.' I) Shoe- maker as hostess Mrs Tixld gave a report of leg- islature today using as her source newspaper articles First was the purposed repeal of the (formally Resolution, which ha-> been pointed out by the Federation of Women > Cluhs as safeguarding the sover eignty of the United States and al lowing it to conduct its own do- mestic affairs It also reserves to the Congress the right to decide for itself whether a case involves an international dispute. Another issue was the Federal School Aid which .s highly controversial at this time in sumniifig up, Mrs Todd advised the members t...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 28 April 1960

John Under- Contest-Syble ion. Tractor lliamson. Car- Davis and red Entorno- ision. ness meeting, lorris Bailey, nt. Two films Ceeping" and Lord's". The Shellhammer, ic Demonstra- istration was and Buying 1 part of the s were shown ig adjourned h was led by Baptist WMU Sets Circle Meetings of Houston i his father, i and other Palestine. n themselves have far to I \lry >k for The Woman's Missionary Union mí Central Baptist Church met Mon- day afternoon at 3 p.m. in the chapel for an executive meeting (allowed at 3:30 p.m. by a business meeting and study of the year- book conducted by Mrs. W. F. < "humney. The meeting was opened with the singing of the hymn "Jesus, Shall Reign." Mrs. Herman Bryd read the prayer caiencar and brought the devotional using II Corinthians 5:20 and 16:21 as her; -cripture readings. A prayer led by Mrs. Bryd was given for the Your Vote And Support Will Be Appreciated BoErnerson Candidate tor COUNTY COMMISSIONER PRECINCT 3 Cherokee County Your Vote and ...

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

PAGI 4 THE CHEROKEEAN APRIL 2 , 1M0 Austin Highlights Jacksonville First Methodist Circles ARNETT GAINES CIRCLE The Arnett Gaines Circle of the Women' Society of Christian Ser- vice of First Methodist Church met Tuesday morning in the home of Mrs. Arthur Thompson, 512 San Antonio, for their final circle meeting of the year with fourteen members present Refreshments of coffee and cookies, and nuts were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs Peyton Lane at the china ser vice The devotional "Burning Heart" was brought by Mrs W H llandley Jr. A roundtable discussion of the year's work and activities which might be pursued during the sum mer was directed by Mrs T U Pear sail. Our Pharmacists Study Constantly! Everyday n w drugs, antibiotics *nd other pharmaceutical* ar« developed, Our trained pharma- cist read coi>«tantly to learn about them all. They stand rea- dy to serve you promptly, care- fully. Make our store your head- quarters . . . for your health's sake. phone nn May Drug Inc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

f o u * ttóJe# 'fáound T own tiltil Haundafhmt NEVER MORE THAN once a year does Roundabout feel called upon to "draw the line" in some political contest or another. BUT NOW COMES Candidate for Congress, Bill Crook, a n d, in Roundabout's opinion, makes an imprudent and unwarranted attack upon one of Rusk's most respected and sincere citizens. AND MORE, the candidate's ap- proach to this immediate issue was considerably less than straightfor- ward and certainly not in the spirit in which Henry Guenzel first ap- proached him. THE INCIDENT in question and the tactics involved suggest to this observer something less than the stature desirable for the position the candidate now seeks. SUCH A performance could be tolerated if it were directed at a congressional opponent. But none of our citisenry deserves derision, embarrassment or villification for his convictions held in sincerity. COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathering facilities of Rusk and Jacksonville agencies in the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

EAGLES ECHO STAFF 1960-19*1 Editor rachirf Attifftant Editor BunrifM Manager Circulation Manager AMixtant Circulation Mir Sporta Editor A-Uiftant Sport.* Kditor Jirruny Ramey Feature Kditora Sonja Wilcox, Urent Smith, í ¿n í' «k Jams Jonrs, and (il«-nn Lloyd Sponsor Mrs L*w¡.<¿ McCarroll Linda W.itson Marv MaitLarid Judy Bank* I>'or¡ard Kerry David Black Bobby tx>ng Editorial . . . By Donna Isaac The time has corn - to say good bye. The Seniors of CO will fcoon be no more They are individuals now The fwejve yvutk ha*e fio ' and soon ao will we be W> have bad many laufihs arid just a few tears Some of us will look bark in regret at the wasted hours arid others hold in our memories ihe fall times «one by Our claA. was never very co- operative A Eood deal of thin was due to the hich orifiinality and talent of the memtxrs <mr c|a.ss did have talent Artis's musicians, and thinker , made u.s highly non con/omust an/1 temperamental We raiuiot t<r;iR, however, with out say...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 5, 1960 PAGE 3 Citizens Of Tomorrow, Rusk 1960 RHS. Miss Summers Is Honoree, Lufkin Tea Mrs Ada Metteauer of Lufkin entertained with a tea honoring her sranddauirhter, Sally Summers, Sunday afternoon, April 24th The honoree is a 1960 graduate of Rusk High School and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Summers. Other honorees named at the tea ¡ d,nner Part>' Fnda>' evenl S at ^ were Misses Jerry Claire Menefee ^'lencan ^8'un Hall- Hosts to the and Molly Kelly, both graduates in ovent were Mr. and Mrs. Knox May from Lufkin High School. ¡ Mr and Mrs Elwood Birkel- Seniors Are Feted Fri. With Party Ku.sk High School graduates were honored with a most delightful Forty guests called during the hours from 3 to 6 p.m. and were; greeted by Mrs. Metteauer, Mrs.' Mae Agee, and the honorees. Pastel shades of shasta daisies in u silver bowl centered the table which was laid with a white Italian cutwork cloth Mrs. Shelby Wolliford, Mrs. Roy Riley of Houston and Mrs. Simon ...

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

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE 4 May 5, 1960 WHAT RUSK FOLKS ARE DOING Mr and Mrs J li Francis and son, Richard visited last week with their children Mr and Mr . Jim Roach at Garland arid Mr and Mrs Herbert Teat arid children at Ixint;- view Richard Francis left Long- view Wednesday for Shrcveport, La., where he went by plane to Fort Jackson, South Carolina where he will enter the service, after eight weeks basic training, he will enter broadcasting school at New York Mr and Mrs L Hugnes of Hous ton vuited with Mrs Verdie VI n- Banks Thursday. Mrs. James I, Perkins arid Mrs H. C. Edwards have returned from visiting Mr and Mrs. If. V Town- son at Austin Mrs Perkins attend <-d Kappa Delta Sorority Day at Stephen F Austin Hotel, from there they went to Bastrop and spent two days the guest* of Mr and Mrs. Arthur Edwards Angela Dickey of S li State Col lege, Huntsville, accompanied home by her roommate S ;i r a h Kahla from Sweeny sp< - f ? h «• weekend with Mr and Mrs Edwin Dickey and daught...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

mmmm ■ •*.. m BIG TRIPLE TREAT DAY IN RUSK BRING THE FAMILY-SPEND THE DAY SATURDA Y-MAY 7th BIG HILLBILLY JAMBOREE LIVE BROADCAST ON KTLU 1580 ALL A FTERNOON ELECTION RETURNS ON STATE & COUNTY BEGINNING AT 7:00 P.M. FUN BIG FOR ALL FREE PRIZES Fill In These Coupons—Deposit At These Stores-Win Free Prizes TOURS Through The RUSK STATE HOSPITAL Tours will be conducted throughout the hospital on Fri- day and Saturday. They begin at 9 a.m. Tours will be halted for the programs at 9 :30 and 4 :30 but will resume after each program. At the end of tours a short session for re- freshment and discussion will be held. J c. Williams NAME ADDRESS Stovall Cleaners N ME ADDRESS The Smart Shop NAME ADDRESS Beall Bros. Department Store NAME ADDRESS Webb's Dress Shop NAME ADDRESS Mathews-Miller Department Store NAME ADDRESS Texas Cafe NAME ADDRESS Moseleys Drug NAME ADDRESS Piggly Wiggly NAME ADDRESS Cherokee Theatre NAME ADDRESS Bearden Furniture Co. NAME ADDRESS Verdie Mae Banks Grocery NAME AD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

SCI < MUS MARY JANK HIN'TON. at'.vr Iff . wa ¡natalk-d an prtwidunt of the Omicron Gamma Chapter of I'cta Siwrna I'fii Friday nitfht in candlelight riten at the ilu.sk Hotel. The (vca-ior. wan the annual Founder'; Day banquet Mrs, Maurieite Ha.wll, ouU'oin# president in-tilled Mr- llinton, along with the above Madeleine Morgan, vice pre i'ierit; Sue Kyle, reror<ling .secretar. ; Küzabet.h l)a . is, corresponding H'-m tary; Wanda Shaw, ire a.- i■ «•/•. I.ulu Summers, extension officer; and Mrs. Freda I'atcliff, director. am m 0 mmgm ,5s; XI FPSTLON KAI'I'A <'H APTKH of fir th for 1 íííJÓ 01 were installed last Friday ni^ht at the Founder' Day banquet in the Rusk Hotel Outgoing president Melba ''amp bell officiate ! at candlelight ceremonies for the above candidates. In the usual order, they are Mildred Chapman, president; Marie Whitehead, vice-president; Marie Mehner, recording -•••«• rftary ; Hessie Lúrisford, corresponding "cretary ; and .lane Thompson, trea- surer. Not pr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

SCHOOL NEWS ... (Continued From P««o 2) Steven Tackett says he la lonely! This is your cue, girls. A group of boys reported a nics time on the river over the week- end. Way to go. Aaeta Dosser, who is Bobby? We've seen his name on your book cover and we wondered about it. Don't leave us standing, girl, TELL! Weldon Maitland and Patty Cot- tor were together Saturday and Sunday nights. Could this be love? Thanks go to the wonderful Sen- ior mothers for the lovely banquet they sponsored for the Seniors at the American Legion Hall Friday night. Besides being fabulous hos- tesses, you and your husbands are wonderful dancers! Jame Sue Bennett and Norman Jones were together all weekend. Sally Summers had visitors from LufkiB Thursday night. Shirley Sessions and Carol Wayna Jones were seefl together over the weekend. Jimmy Mayo, Kenneth Martin and Chris Von Doenhoff had a good tim« In Tyler Friday night playing putt putt golf. Bruce StovaJl and Darlene Fitts are together quite frequently no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 5 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN f,j, | May 5, 1W0 READY MIXED CONCRETE mi. We're old h«nd« at niixint cofxrtti priK¡* ly to ord r. Call us . . . *nd 9* delivery when you want It where you want it. RUSK READY MIX Phone MU 3-4435 Ru*k, Texas Hanno Real Estate Agency In Cherokee County Abstract Co. Office OFFICE PHONE MU 34344 RESIDENCE PHONE MU 34747 Home with living roor, two bedroom*.. bath. dinett# , kitchen gla.wd in back porch com rete front porch Garage tool shed Priced at only $3,730 Brick home with Itvirij; room, dining room, kitchen, three bed rooms and bath Oarage Located on paved «¡treet with cornet building lot Bargain in old home with 8/10thA acre of land Beautiful trees This place improved will make a beautiful -.pacious h o m e Priced at only S3,000 Home with living room, dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms bath. 4 closets About 2 .'res of land Just outside city limits Inquire for price Home, well located, in excellent condition. Has living room large combination kitchen dining room two ...

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