The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1949 Page: 9 of 10
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THE RUSK CHEROKEEAN
SEPTEMBER 1, 1949
Effective September 1, a resi-
dent fishing license will be requir-
ed of persons who fish with any
type of bait outside the county of
['residence and adjoining counties,
State Game Warden Tom C.
Browning said recently.
The old law, which requires a
['license of any person who fishes
anywhere with artificial lure, is
still in effect.
Local fishermen will be per-
| milted to fish with live bait in
Cherokee, Nacogdoches, Angelina,
Houston, Anderson, Henderson
Smith and Rusk counties, without
14 possessing resident licenses.
Houston, Anderson, Henderson,
Outside of these counties, per-
sons must be in posession of resi-
i #dent licenses, he explained. The
license will cost $1.65.
Non-resident fishing and five-
day fishing licenses are required
of all non-residents who fish in
the state of Texas.
The big game hunting license
is a new license which will be re-
quired after September 1 of all
residents of Texas who hunt deer
or turkey. These licenses will also
be valid for hunting all other spe-
cies of game during the open sea-
Citizens under 17 years of age
and those hunting on land on
which the.v resided are exempt,
but must hold an exemption big
game hunting license if deer or
turkey are hunted.
An exempt license does not per-
mit persons 17 years of age or
older, to hunt on land other than
where they reside. Exempt licens-
es may be issued, without charge,
upon application by qualified per-
The resident hunting license
remains in effect and is valid for
hunting all species of game except
deer and turkey, but is not requir-
ed of a person who hoEIs a big
game hunting license.
The duck and geese open sea
son will be split, with the first
beginning November and ending
November 21. The second will be-
gin Dec. 21 and end January 7,
both days inclusive. Shooting will
not begin until 12 o'clock noon
on the opening day, but may be
started one-half hour before sun-
rise and continue until one-half
hour before sunset on other days.
The bag limit on ducks has been
lowered from five to four a day.
Season on American rebreasted
mergansers will be November 4
to November 21 and December
21 to January 7. Shooters will have
a season limit of 25.
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Before refinishing old wood-
work which has previously been
painted, it needs to be thoroughly
cleaned of all dirt, grease, and
wax. A strong soap and water so-
lution—or any of the prepared
products designed for this purpose
will remove all normal dirt and
grease. Wax can be removed with
turpentine, mineral spirits or a
special wax removing product.
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Mrs. K. B. Costello of Houston
is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Horace Montgomery, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Boutotte and
baby Betty are visiting Mrs. Bou-
totte's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. C.
Bee Landrum, who has been on
a naval training station in Vir-
ginia, is visiting his father, H. S.
Mrs. Mattie Domlney ot Alto
spent the weekend in the home of
her brother, Vernerd Wallace, and
sister, Miss Nettie Wallace.
Mr. and Mrs. George Griffin of
Jacksonville were guests of Mrs.
S. M. Killion and Grace Tuesday
H. S. Landrum was a visitor to
Mrs. Delia Montgomery and
grandson Billy and Mrs. L. O.
Dean of Morrill were guests of
Mrs. W. O. Wallace Thursday.
Mrs. Harmon Powers and baby
Sheila, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Cook of Linwood were visitors in
Mrs. S. M. Killion and Grace
spent Sunday with Mrs. Gladys
Moseley of Cold Springs.
SUIT PROVIDES COMFORT FOR
WEARER IN RAGING FIRE
You can walk into raging fire
with flames licking your entire
body, and live comfortably for
over two minutes in a new snow-
white suit out of the aero medical
The suit, the first and only one
yet made, was shown Tuesday by
the laboratory's doctors of Wright
The purpose is for rescue work
in the blazing gasoline of wrecked
The ^it withstands 2000 de-
grees Fahrenheit for up to three
minutes. Then you come out to
cool down, but only the suit needs
The snowy suit has 18 layers,
which pile up to a thickness of
about half an inch.
The first two outer layers are
fiber-glass, which Is white as driv-
en snow, and the whiteness re-
flects away some of the heat. The
third layer down is silver foil.
The burnished silver also deflects
the heat, and the metal won't melt
even at 2000 degrees.
Then follow layers of glass cloth
in zines of three to four each, in-
terspersed with aluminum foil.
Layer number 17 is coal-black
fiber glass coated with neoprene.
Black absorbs heat. This layer
close to the skin absorbs the heat
from your body.
The final inner layer is nylon,
not used because of heat resistance
but to make it easy to slide into
the suit with fire-regulation speed.
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Main, Frank L. The Rusk Cherokeean (Rusk, Tex.), Vol. 102, No. 9, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 1, 1949, newspaper, September 1, 1949; Rusk, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth341698/m1/9/: accessed July 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Singletary Memorial Library.