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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

Capping Is Set For 20 At RSH Fri. Capping exercises will be held at Rusk State Hospital Friday night, 7:30 p.m. for 20 nurse technician students. The capping climaxes a year of training for the group. It also marks a half way point for them, in that after one more year of study, each will be a qualified Nurse Technician, and will re- ceive a degree and certificate. Friday's exercises will begin with Mrs. Essie Madden playing tho processional. Following the in- vocation by Rev. Wayne Morrow, a welcome address will be made by the Hospital superintendent, Dr. C'haj. W. Castner. The principal address is to be given by Representativo W. W. Glass. Mrs. Edith R. Viek, director of nursing service, will present the caps. A candlelighting ceremony is also to bo performed by Mrs. Q. Belle Houston, special achieve- ment Nurse Technician of t h e Year. A solo by Horace Ricks is one of the program highlights. Benediction by Dr. Carl B. Case, hospital chaplain, will close the capping exercise. 0 T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MAY U. I960 PAGE 4 Open Letter To Readers From Pastor Mrs. Turney Baptists To Hostess To Begin Bible Sorority School Mori AN ORDINANCE Section 2. Protection of An.m*l dreeing room. shall be adequately ^uirments' such abatement shall be accom An Ordinance Regulating Sanitary and Animal Product from Con- vented to the outside air f> < o meeting of Pushed. In the event such notice Control of Anima. Proosmg E - tamination. 3 Spare heaters, fias stoves, shall be met and the meeting of ^ ^ ^ ^ labliihmont : Dafining Certain A Animals and animal products water heaters am a•'1" r "'I' My . r.qu.rtm . . specified time, the local prosecut Term , Words and Phrases: Pro- shall be processed stored, trans- ment gisin.? off noxious o < o r s to >< comp la ing attorney who received the copy viding for the Abatement of Nuis- ported and displayed for sale in fumes or vapors stu . w ' tion of the original notice shall be so anees: Establishing Minimum Re- such a manner an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

íich lom (tice J the fcut f°P> so land jpro- lere- any is a Ipre- |dge. to hdin- 1 pri- Jcon |to a Jllars |Two In d M on of- med jpon |icer, "ity. the or for Hon* and Id to con- blish- I Law- lutes, 149th Act said Sions |tatu- 4476- Kicle odies t'ised lArti- |ence, this Id by lisdic- lt the rtions lie af- Jmain 111 re- Id or Id in- this BO. | HAV- H E JRAD- lt ori- |>n the jd, De- ie un- |f Feb- if? in- íereto |that I ersons estate, Id, are it the |he ad- sueh e time idence ute 1, State of the Brad- Miss Young Feted With Bridal Tea-Shower Sat. Rusk Garden Club Mrs. Ginn Installed President The lovely new home of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Hood. Belhaven Add- ition in Rusk, was the setting for ,i tea shower Saturday evening, May 21st, honoring Miss Nancy Young, bride-elect of Earl Finley. Mrs. Hood greeted the guests and in the receiving line were Miss Young, her mother, Mrs. Rob- ert Young, Mrs. Owen McGill of Wayne, Michigan, sister of the honoree, and Mrs. W. W. Finley, mother of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

PAGE 6 THE CHEROKEEAN MAY 26, I960 INTERESTING FACTS and stacked it In a circular form The term "nester." for a range to protect his feed patch from settler, originated when the home- range cattle. It looked like a giant «leader cleared a patch of brush bird s ne.it. ±y Need Money For Farm Equipment? Now is the time to put your farm in tip-top condi tion Ruy ;i!l the machinery and uipplie you noed to do a better job. We will loan jotj the money. LOW BANK RATES! EASY MONTHLY TERMSI Citizens State Bank F.D.I.C. Rusk, Tex 4 SPECIALS THURS, FRI., AND SAT, MAY 26 27 28 Shorts 100 Lb White Cotton Bag SWEET SIXTEEN Dairy Feed 16% 100 Lb. Print Baa 2.69 2.98 TEX—LA Hen Scratch 100 Lb Punt Bag 3.39 CLAYTON'S "FASTER GRO" OUR EVERYDAY PRICE Hog Finisher CLAYTON S "FASTER ORO" Creep Feed for Calves 100 Lb. Bag OUR EVERYDAY PRICE 3.35 100 Lb 2.90 We Will Be Closed Monday, May 30 In observance of Memorial D.iy we will be closed Monday Power Sproyers and P.T.O. Sprayers We have them n stock for i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

'ere Arthur; Varine M Stov- Stovall, {those pres Itho same 1 in May of tted ng |ing lily. I.m. mm w,\ | fe,. •' ¿\¡ h i \ [idered de Bible School Date Told, Other Meetings Given Vacation Bible School at the First Methodist Church lias been sí for June 6th through the 10th. u'cordirio to Mrs. June Crysup, church secretary. Mrs. Ed Ratcliff will serve as dean of the five day church school, 9 to 11.30 a.m. Other activities at the church ! next week include these meetings: Monday, May 23rd. WSCS, 3 p.m.; Wednesday, May 25th. 7:30 p.m., commission on Missions, also choir rehearsal. Mrs. M. Ci. Norton, choir director, extends a cordial invita- tion to all church members inter- ested in joining the choir to attend rehearsal. To Receive Surgery Wed. nr. and Mrs. W. K Gabhcrt left Tuesday morning for a trip to Clay Center, Kansas where lus mother, Mrs Anna Gabbert, is to undergo ¡ surgery Wednesday morning. Her many Rusk friends wish her a speedy recovery. Dr. and Mrs. Gabbert expect to retu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN MU ItOHT MAY U. IH« Mayor Talks City Problems To Kiwanians The regular weekly meeting of the Rusk Kiwanis Club w s held at noon Tuesday, May 24th, in the Texas Cafe, with President Bill D«\1« presiding. Webb Finley and ld$ Hiii. two oí th* valuable members of the Club #*fe absent g tn on account of illness. Donna Bothwell, Rood and faith- ful pianist of the Club of the past several years, is graduating from High School this week, and Bill Davis, on behalf of the Club in a few well chosen words, presented her with a graduation gift Mayor Morris W. Hassell brought the program His talk was on some of the outstanding problems of our City government and their possible ¡Solutions One thing he emphasir^ ^ ,* s thS net thai the new census, I ftoing to show Rusk with a popu lation somewhat under 5000 This is going to limit our tax rate to <$1.50 per $100 00 valuation, where as it has been SI 60 The total 'valuation of the City's property as shown by the 1059 lax roll is $2....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

ital •f , .M. a cordial dance re- hH'.; ening at tmM m hoot audi- IIP ing Rusk School of veral dif- and is to according Property Owner Asks Court Alto, Rusk Music Pupils Will Appear In Recital i c SCeep County Off Land The Cherokeean * GENERAL NEWS * FARM NEWS * SPORTS * FEATURES * CLASSIFIEDS vím;.'Í'V M DISPUTE OVER LATEST MOVE IN PCT. 3 ROAD County Commissioners were again styled as defendants in lit igation brought by Mrs. Mary Mc- Donald, Precinct 3 property own- er who objects to a new road the county proposes to cut through her property. She is plaintiff in a suit filed with the District Court that seeks a restraining order and an in- junction against the county. She has pending with the County Court an appeal of the award of damages made by the Jury of View for the proposed road. A hearing was set on the in- junction petition for Thursday in District Court it asked that the county be restrained from going on lit r property and damaging trees, fences and other improve- ments....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN Austin Highlights PAGE TWO MAY 26. 1940 The Cherokeean TEXAS (Tpb ESS6] AS socur 10II I960 Governor's Tax Program Familiar E. H. WHITEHEAD GLENN BROWN MRS. E. H. WHITEHEAD Editor and Publisher News Editor Office and Business Manager Entered u second class matter at the postoffice at Rutó. Teta* BPder Act of March 3. 187* Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing, or repu- tation of any person, firm, or corporation which maj appear in the columns of this newspaper will be gladly corrected upon being brought to the attention of the publisher. SUBSCRIPTION Six Months in County One Year in County Six Months Out of County One Year Out of County RATES $1.73 13.00 $2.25 $4 00 Editorials POPULATION LOSS Things May Look Gloomy But County Fights Back Some people have figured that the county has loflt about It) per cent of its population in the la.st 10 years. It that proves to hx* anywhere near correct then let us weep togeth- er. For neither Alto nor .Iack.sonville...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

camp„out leeting ad- ille THIS WEEK'S Sports ROUND-UP Entire Season's Schedule For Junior League Is Released BY JIM CARROLL Read a note in a Houston paper t'other day to the effect that an old classmate of mine down at Houston, John Wolda, is still at it Johnson is pitching for Hecal Foods nine in the amazing Houston Industrial League. Story about the circuit is that fellas who are too good for the ma-, jors wind up on one of its teams. And if you've ever witnessed a HLL game you'll almost agree. Anyway ... we remember John Wolda as a scrawny pint-size right hander whose appearance brought sympathy from opposing batters . . . ¡ until they had tried to hit him. John, in '49 stood all of 5'5'-j" and weighed, soak and wet. 118. But he could throw a baseball around a batter twice . . . We Just never did figure out where he got his tremendous speed. It just ain't natural for such a small feller to throw a ball that hard. With his speed and breaking stuff, John and another young right- ha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

CHEROKEE COUNTY FARM NEWS Lice Can Destroy Plants In A Hurry, Dr. Young Warns EXTENSION AGENTS' WEEKLY Assistant County Affent CALENDAR SCHEDULE Thursday, May 24 Ponta Home Demonstration Club Meeting Ponta to work with Dairy Foods Demonstration Peach and Plum Growers Com- mittee Meeting at th< Texas Bank and Trust Company in Jackson ville at 7 30 p m Radio — KEBE Jacksonville Irene Pricc CKlom — 11 55 12 00 KTLU — Kusk - Ann Shell hammer 1:15-1 20 Friday, May 27 Home Visits office Correspondence Radio KEBE Jacksonville Marvel (¡rant 11 55 • 12 00 KTU; Rusk Steve Lilly - 1 15 1 20 0 Assistant County Horn# Demonstration Aoent Anna Ma Shellhaminer 471 Club girls who participatcei, ^ouid" Hk" in County arvl DKt.nct Contest • ,asts thjrte,.n mjnuU., and ran ^ held May * in Nacogdoches were stained contacting your local as follows' Mary Nell Moore, Jun- «j0jj Conservation Service Office or jot individual, gave a demonstra contacting a member of the Morris A. Bailey, Jr. The Cherokee Co...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

hes E (Missionary) T CHURCH Charles Jamej Sunday School Horning Worship sptist Training Ser. vening Worship id. Night Service iturday Night (1st Sat. night of :hurch EDULE >tiit Church rgan, Pastor 1—9:45 a.m. hip—10:53 a m. —6:30 p.m. hip—7:30 pjja. and 3rd Mondays) rd Mondays) 7:00 eacher—7:00 p.m. ■7:00 p.m. —7:30 p.m. odist Church •ee, paster 9:45 a.m. hip—11:00 a.m. :30 p.m. L Y. F.—6:30 p.m. hip—7:30 p.m. of Cod Church >lf, Pastor hip—9:45 a.m. Service — 6:0 ice—7:00 p.m. ce—7:00 p.m. p.m. Baptist Church D. George 10:00 a.m. )0 a.m. 171. ip—8:00 p.m. Jacksonville & Area Churches Protection We would not dream of sending our children out into rain or cold weather without covering them to protect them from the elements. With this same love we should help him .. ."put on the whole armour of God:' Rains may come and go, but life has a challenge every day. Take your children to church, where they may receive strength for each week. "Seek the Lord and his strength, seek his...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

ti 1 r WE SALUTE THESE NEW RUSK CITIZENS Greetings To ... REV. W.H.CHEATHAM Rusk welcomes The R E V. WILLIAM H. CHEATHAM, pastor the First: Presbyterian Church, u ho has recently moved to Rusk . . . and makes hi, home on Bonner Drive. The Rev. Cheatham cam*' to Rusk from Uaingerfield. The citv welcomes Rev Cheatham. Greetings To ... LESTER McCOMMAS FAMILY The LESTER McCOMMAS family recently moved to Rufrom Jacksonville, and now make their home just outside the city limits near Jim Ho## state park. Lester is employed by Vernon l.oriK. The McComma.i have three lovely children, Sherry, Brian, Donna. We welcome Lester and La Valine, and children to Rusk. Greetings To ... CARL PYE i ARL I'VE, foUrnerly of Nacogdoches county ha: recently moved to Rusk, and makes bis home at North Henderson street. Mr. I'ye is em- ployed by the Gulf Oil Co. in Overton. A welcomed addition to our town, and a b¡j¿ welcome to Mr. I've. • • • WELCOME NEIGHBORS TO YOUR NEW HOME IN RUSK And Your Neighbors, Rusk ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

.. I mk I CHEROKEE COUNTY'S LEADING MARKET PLACE BUY - SELL - TRADE # CALL 4227 In Jacksonville CALL MU 3-2257 In Rusk AUTOMOTIVE la. Cars For Sale USED CARS 1954 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 9-Pessonger Station Wagon V-S, radio, boater, automatic trans- mission. Btve finish. A terrific buy at . . $795.00 1951 BUICK 2-Door Sedan Whitowell tiros, radio, boat- er. Must move and will go at just . . . $295.00 1959 FORD PICKUP Light green. 6 cylinder, over- drive. One owner. Price . . . $1395.00 1956 FORD V-8 Town Sedan, two-tone, good white tires, radio and heater, real clean. $1045.00 1957 FORD V-8 4-Door Hardtop Victoria Beau- tiful light blue & white. Fordo- mafic, 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 To See "Operation Petti...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

ISTAKE S UBSTITUTE XPERIENCE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR HASTHAT EXPERIENCE .\!,!.i;\ DOTSON HERE IS PROOF The records of Felony indictment in Cherokee County by the Grind Jury since 1936 show the low crime rate in Cherokee County and the lower rates during the years Allen Dotson ha served you at Sheriff Year 1936 1V37 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1944 1947 Crand Jury days in session 15 15 15 20 11 12 9 3 7 6 8 11 Felony Yeai Indictments 74 1948 68 71 66 49 40 32 5 5 17 25 37 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 Grand Jury days in session 10 8 6 8 6 9 7 11 8 6 4 4 (2 Sessions) 3 Felony Indictments 18 34 24 29 27 39 28 31 33 13 9 14 9 Allen Dotson became Sheriff, note the steady drop of indictments returned by the Grand Jury, a true indication of the absence of Crime in Cherokee County • Life-Long Resident Of Cherokee County • Eight Years A School Teacher-Knows How To Work With Youth. Sponsors An nual High School Civics Day At County Seat. • Nine Years A ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

Most Widely Circulated Newspaper In Cherokee County All In Your County Newspaper.. Local News * Classifieds * Editorials * STREET BEAT ROB LUGENBUHL AND FRED ELLENDER are putting the final touches on their preparations for the big opening of the Chief Drive- In Theater, scheduled for Thurs- day night . . . HULON BROWN and LESTER L. ETHERIDGE have both been by this week urging that we ask everyone who is going to be out of town on June 4 to vote an absentee ballot. Ballots are now available .... We goofed last week. It wasn't CHUCK THOMPSON and his wife that pulled the boys out of Lake .Jacksonville before they drowned. Chuck's wife w&s watching from the bank, and it was another un- dertaker's wife, MRS. FRANK HOLMES, that was with him. Dr. H. E. WHITEHEAD also assisted them in bringing the boys to shore. DR. C. E. PEEPLES got a lot of prompting at the Lon Morris Com- mencement Monday morning when he forgot to award the diplomas. MARILYN MoCARROLL, t h e daughter of MR. AND MRS. ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

ÉSS THE C H E R O KE EA N PACE 2 MAY 26, I960 Lon Morris Awards Honors At Commencement Exercises LMC OUSTANDING TFACHER award recipient. Mrs in;- L. Harris, Jr , received her award from 1 >r. C. I!. I'wp lea, president of the college, Monday morning during the orr<rr.ericement exen Ces h<Ti in the Fine Arts 1'uildinjr Punch Party Fetes Miss Jane Beaty A mothcr<!auRhtcr punch r ;irt> honoring Jane Beaty, Jacksonville Hiiih School Rra<luate was held Wednesday afternoon from 4 o dock to G o'clock in the home of Mrs Ruddy Lacy, 702 Nacogdoches Street Greeting the guests on arrival were the honoree, her grand moth er, Mrs. Lee I-a rn berth and her mother. Mrs Esta !>•<: Beaty The table was laid with a white madena hand rut cloth centered with an arrangement of white ait ers in a crystal ami silver candel You can see better and look better at the same time Beauty and glatte^ go hand in hand today, txrcaui« modern ttylei in frame are exprettly detigned to enhance on...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

There is little harmony in the home where parents are contin- ually harping. Success to the n MM ü m w CLASSOf 4% The world needs your ideas and youthful energy. GRAY CLEANERS Vernon & Kenneth Cray Jacksonville HIGH SCHOOL (Continued from Page 1) Conway, Man- Cundiff, Nell Dark, Charles Davenport, Patricia Davis. DeLoris Dickson, (5 try Doniiny, Glonda Dover, David Duncan, Billy Els bury. Shirley Emerson, Man Etheridge, Barbara Fling, Betty Gardner, Ann Grimslev, M a r y Lynn Grimsley, Nell Hassell, Rich- r.rd Heidelberg, Glenda Henderson, Gregory Henslee, Michael Jolly. Linda Jowell, Waynette Kerzee, Barbara Lake, Michael Lainmons, Robert Lanier, Carrie Sue Little. Jerry Loftin, Ronald L o p e r, j Glenda Maris, Robert Martin, Jr., ; Billie Matthews, Don Miller, Daniel Minter, Joe Morris, Vernon Morris,! I Jr., Shirley Morton, David Murray,; ; Tommy Murray, Virginia McGre- ; gor, Jerry McKnight, Patricia Nutt,J | Sue Oden. j Herbert Parker, Betty Peters, Jeanne Pope, Jamas Prue...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 26 May 1960

THE CHEROKEEAN PACE * MAY 26, I960 i Baptist Of Garden Club Views Film On Has Meet flower Show Monday HAWAIIAN SLTl'KU Mi.«w Ann Miss Louisa Stripling and Misa Carol M Itolton, íteff, K<«own w i t w complimented Mi.sn Susan h a Hawaiian supper party Si-nyrl, Friday The Woman's Missionary Union of < entra) Baptist Church met Monday afternoon for a business meeting with Mrs W K Chumney presidj iiu Bible tudy meeting for three circle;. will he held next Tuesday morning at 9 30 due to Vacation illbif School the first two weefcs m June The .Mary A lice Ditifworth Circle will ihi-K with Mrs. Paul '111f k r. <01 f'.oiton, tin* Hazel Watson ' ire!'- with Mr . J O Ross, ',(>H M,i'Ii or and the fjctha Saun- 'I<■ r . ' 'ir< ]/■ with Mrs frank Wa;: r III, 455 S Bonner 4 Junior High Commencement evening in her home School. a* 12.r) John. The tfirls nr<- graduates of Jacksonville- Junior II i h Supper Party Honors Girls Friday Misses Louisa Stripling, Susan ivrayrl, and Carol...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

A/i f O «« ««r 'Hound, . . Town tyiitA fioundaEaut COUNTYWIDE NEWS COVERAGE Combining the newsgathtrlng 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, 1U7 Serving The Greater Cherokee County Trade Area 10' per Copy ELECTION TIME again and everybody's looking for another JUNE 2, 1960 big vote .... This one won't take so long to count, though, because there's not many on the ballot . 24 PAGES RUSK, TEXAS VOLUME 112 THREE SECTIONS NUMBER SO THE LITTLE PEOPLE are tak- ing the sports spotlight again . . . . They really go for the excellent baseball program Lions have prov- ided for them .... Good to see that many coaches and managers, et al, interested in them .... HERSCHEL KYLE came who- oshing back from California Tues- day afternoon. He made the trip to Dallas via ¡et in less time (2 hours, 50 minutes) than it took him to get from Dallas to Rusk, S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cherokeean — 2 June 1960

Wm í m Un Receives TCU Award Rusk Takes Thriller From Sardis FORT WORTH — Award* in sprinj; sporti at TCU have h*-en ap proved for fifi members of th*' Horned Frog varsity and frr-nh man foasehall lra<-k, golf and ten ru.H teams, it wa- announced by' t'nivcrsity Athletic Council last •A-cr-k Among the thirty six .arsity winners is ;i (arlcKonvilIe product, Marshall ilarri-. who claim* his T' ( letter for working with the Horned Frog ba^ball rrcw. TO will have nine- returnee . to E. V. Daniel, center, arul Bruce Arnold, ritfht, proud- ly display the J larffe River f.'atfiwh they captured last week on a .jaunt to the «VWhes. The fish weighed from 18 1 2 to L'l 1 '2 pounds each. The proud on looker in Glcnda Daniels, daujfhtei of K V THIS WEEK S Sports ROUND UP by JIM CARROLL A great cm died last Friday His name wai Ellis Bashara, and he lived m Houston lexai ant! he was a retired business man, professional wrestler Ellis first won fame at Oklahoma f' . where he captured national fo...

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