The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1950 Page: 2 of 8
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN, THURSDAY APRIL 13, 1950
Corn ( rc wing Meet
Is Open To Public
The oflicc of Cherokee County
Vocation;;! School announces that
it has secured the services of Rus-
sell Cash, of Cass county, to con-
duct a meeting on corn growing.
This meeting will be held in the
district court room in Rusk on
Thursday night, April 13 at 7:30
Mr. Cash is a practicing dirt
farmer who has the ability to
speak. He has, on an East Texas
sandy-land farm in Cass county,
produced in excess of one hundred
bushels of corn to the acre. This
is not just one acre, nor is it in
only one year. Mr. Cash can do
that year in and year out. The
"Cash" method of corn growing
will be illustrated with slide films
to better illustrate the practices
This meeting will be extremely
interesting and profitable to any
farmer in Cherokee county. The
public is invited to take advantage
of this opportunity along with the
NOTICE TO BIDDERS:
The Commissioners' Court of
Cherokee County, Rusk, Texas,
will meet on Friday, April 28,
1950, at 10 o'clock a.m. for the
purpose of receiving and opening
bids for the purchase of the fol-
lowing office equipment:
One — Automatic Name and
Data writing machine, motor driv-
en 110-volt, 60 cycle. This ma-
chine specially designed and
equipped to imprint the following
£orms: Real and Personal Tax
Roll, Tax Statement and Rendi-
tion Records. This machine must
be equipped to imprint and space
at proper intervals. This machine
must be of the ribbon impression
type. This machine must be so
equipped that the Automatic List-
ing Device is detachable so that
the machine can be used for hand
feeding of miscellaneous forms.
It must be equipped to perform
the following operations: A—
Listing sheets or strips of paper.
B—With device suitable for elimi-
nating any portion of the infor-
mation specified above from im-
printing on any desired form.
C—Producing multiple carbon
copies. D—Having a total ca-
pacity of imprinting 48,000 lines
per hour. E—Imprinting through
a ribbon from a metal embossed
plate. Model 1955 BB Addresso-
graph or equal.
One—Manually operated Name
and Data writing machine which
may be used for proofing and
processing the plates bid on under
these specifications. Must be
equipped with a 1%" ribbon and
have a repeat and skip device
and an automatic ribbon reverse.
Model 700 BB Addressograph or
One—Keyboard style emboss-
ing machine, motor driven, 110-
Volt, 60 cycle. Equipped for em-
bossing metal plates as specified
in item "E" of these specifica-
tions. To be capable of blanking
out embossed characters on these
plates and re-embossing directly
over the same spot. Model 6340
BB Graphotype or equal.
One—Card Cutter, specially de-
signed to cut index cards from
the strips and for the plates speci-
fied in these specifications, 3 V
One — Cabinet , metal in con-
struction to hold and be equipped
with 133 metal filing drawers.
Each filing drawer must hold a
maximum of 175 frames as speci-
fied in these specifications and
be so constructed that they may
be plated in the hopper of the
motor-pdwered Name and Data
writing machine to unload them
and placed empty in this ma-
chine to receive the plates and re-
file them in the original order.
25M Frames—Metal construc-
tion to hold three sectional plates
having a total embossing capacity
of eight lines. Also equipped to
hold 31/2" x 7-16" index cards. To
be 4" x 2 1-4" in size and have
two tabs that may be shifted as
50M Plates—Which are fire re-
sisting and rust-resisting made of
metal alloy material, 3 1-2" x 5-8"
in size and so constructed to be
embossed on the embossing ma-
chine specified in these specifi-
To "eat like a bird" would
mean to eat one's own weight in
food every day.
cations with three lines each and
th neplaced in the frames speci-
fied in these specifications.
25M Plates — Which are fire
resisting and rust resisting made
of metal alloy material, 3% x
7-16" in size and so constructed to
be embossed on the embossing
machine specified in these speci-
fications with two lines each and
then placed in the frames speci-
fied in these specifications.
600 Strips—Of index carding,
buff in color, 22" x 3yZ" that may
be cut to 7-16" widths with the
Card Cutter specified in these
specifications and then inserted
in the frames specified in these
Bids may be mailed to the
County Judge or the County Audi-
tor at Rusk, Texas, at any time
prior to the opening date above
The Commissioners' Court re-
serves the right to reject any or
all bids received.
J. Wj Summers,
County Judge of
Cherokee County, Texas.
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Better Living Through Lockers
Now—Plan to plant the Right Varieties
of Vegetables. Some do freeze better than
Metz Heald, our county agent, says he
would recommend the following varieties
to plant for freezing:
Peas—Blackeye and Cream
Snap Beans—Kentucky Wonder
Sweet Com—Iowana or Country Gentle-
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Whitehead, E. H. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1950, newspaper, April 13, 1950; Rusk, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth326202/m1/2/: accessed May 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.