Cedar Hill Chronicle (Cedar Hill, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 30, 1966 Page: 2 of 16

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CEDAR HILL CHRONICLE
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WANTED — Single needle
operators, experienced pre-
, minimum $1.40per hour,
ns Mfg. Co. AXI-1322.
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BURIAL POLICIES
ILLS. TIMS
AX8- 0900
NEED BEAUTICIAN to mana-
ge Beauty Shop. Salary plus
commission. Call CY5-8645
or CA3-6155.
FOR SALE—Small equity In
new home on large lot with
plenty of Cedar trees. As-
sume payments on a short pay
off loan. Five rooms, nice
clean furniture, upright piano,
Also, 1954 Ford, 2 door, 6
cylinder, standard, good run-
ning condition. AX1-1060.
FOR SALE—Zetland mare
and filly colt, $60. AX1-1930
FOR SALE — 16 foot Texas
Maid aluminum boat, 70 hp.
Mercury motor. AX1-1901.
SALE on wool yarn, 4-oz.,
95 cents, bargains on crewel
pillows and hook rug kits, free
knitting lessons. Mize 11 Yarn
Shop. Highway 67 next to the
Country Squire Theater. AX8-
4525.
•TOP QUALITY USED CARS
SPECIAL
2-DOOR,
'65 MUSTANG
V-8,3-SPEED, RADIO It
HEATER, NEW WHITE WALL
TIRES. LIKE NEW................
*1995
162 CHEVY BEL-AIR, 4-DOOR, V-8,
POWER GLIDE, RAH, WSW, ONE
OWNER, 36,000 TRUE MILES, EXTRA
NICE..........................................
60 CHEVROLET sedan delivery,
V-8 STANDARD SHIFT, RAH, PERFECT
CONDITION......................................
60 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE. 4-DR.
HARD TOP, ALL EQUIP.,FACTORY AIR,
LOCAL ONE -OWNER CAR........................
57 BUICK 4 DOOR STATION WAGON
ALL EQUIPMENT PLUS FACTORY AIR
EXTRA NICE.................................
63 FORD GALAXIE, XL CONVERTIBLE
FULLY LOADED PLUS FACTORY AIR.
BEAUTIFUL BLUE. LOCAL CAR. EXTRA NICE
62 FORD CONVERTIBLE V-8 STANDARD
SHIFT. RED WITH WHITE TOP. RAH $ QQC
WSW. REAL SHARP...................................... ** J
MANY, MANY OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM
Cedar Hill Motors
IX 1-1441 324 SOUTH HWY 07
4CI0SS FROM CEDAR HILL HlfiH SCHOOL
$ 1095
595
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t 1695
TOWER RESTAURANT
Tower Shopping Center
Cedor Hill
SUNDAY SPECIAL
Chicken & Dressing
* * *
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
All Chicken The You Can Eat For M.00
* * *
SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIAL
Charcoal Fillet s1.25
BREAKFAST SPECIAL
Short Stack SO1
Open 7 Days A Week
5 a.m. - 9 p.m.
MEXICAN FOOD - SEA FOOD
CHARCOAL STEAKS
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"COVERING SCENIC CEDAR HILL—
TOWERjCITY OF THE SOUTHWEST'
A PUBLICATION OF SUBURBAN PUBLISHERS
Editor
MRS. HOWARD MOBLEY........................Editor & Gen. Mgr
Published every Thursday at Cedar Hill, Tbxas 75104.
Second-class postage paid at Cedar Hilt, Texas.
The Cedar Hill Chronicle t| an Independent newspaper,
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Any erroneous reflect** upon, the Integrity and reputation
of any Individual will be narrated if brought to the att*«ton
of the editor.
94.00 par
He foreign country
FOR f‘a Job well done feel-
ing*' clean carpets with Blue
ustre. Rent electric sham-
pooer $1. George’s Hard-
ware and Variety Store.
NEED LISTINGS, lots and
acreage. B. G. Hubbard Realty
AX1-1754.
Notice of Bids
The City of Cedar Hill,
Tbxas, will accept bids for one
(1) day per week garbage pick
up service. Bidder will be
required to furnish adequate
garbage Packer type equip-
ment. Compensation will be
on a fee basis for services
rendered. Billing and col-
lecting will be handled through
City Water A Sewer Depart-
ment. The Contractor will
furnish bond as required by
the City.
The City of Cedar HU re-
serves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Bids will be accepted at the
office of the City Secretary at
the City Hall, Cedar Hill,
Texas, until 5:00 o’clock p.m.
July 12th, 1966.
Mayor:
Phil "tnes
WHATS A CARNIVAL without cotton candy? These three youngsters liked the cotton candy
but weren’t too pleased with getting their pictures taken Saturday night.
Teen Topics
Redsocks, Rockets, Longhorns
Report Week’s Baseball Scores
RY AS' RUMBLES
BY:
Cecil RyeU
This country with all of its
many forms and means of
communication systems
should be one of the best in-
formed and easiest understood
nations of any in the world.
As our communication medias
increased, we seemed to lose
our knowledge of how to com-
municate in a way to get closer
to our fellowman and to under-
stand him or to be better
understood by him.
Most of telephone conver-
sations are crisp, unfriendly,
and often discourteous. TV
has become one of the biggest
Jokes In the country. The
programs are all based on the
dark ages or a group of teen-
agers going through a frien-
zied gyration of movements
that only a belly-dancer could
understand. Add to that a
banging of half tuned guitars
and a conglomaration of war
whoops that hadn't been used
since the time Indian war par-
ties raided defenseless wa-
gon trains, plus an hour of
political hullabaloo that tells
you nothing and we have lost
one of the best informative
sources of communication that
we have for a better under-
standing.
Even the commercials are
produced from ideas that could
have only been conceived in
some mental Institution. In-
stead of giving you a desire to
try the product they are trying
to sell you, they leave you with
a stomach that becomes nau-
seated each time the product
is mentioned.
One of the most important
sources of communication that
has been lost is not a new
one. It's the contact between
parents and their children. A
child's world Is Just as full of
problems as a parent's adult
world is and at first the parent
Is the only person he knows to
turn for help In solving those
problems, but if the parent is
too engrossed in a business
appointment or some social
affair to take time out and help
solve those little things that
seem minor to him but are
major obstacles in the life of
a child, he soon begins to
seek the answers elsewhere
and as they grow older com-
plete contact is lost between
child and parent.
A college graduate that had
made a great success In the
business world once told me
that his father had never gone
beyond the fourth grade in
school, but the closeness they
had with each other and the
advice he gave him during his
growing years had been one of
the biggest factors In over-
coming knotty problems and
helping him attain the success
he had reached.
Your child should be one of
the most important things In
your life and you can do more
than anyone else to pro pan*
lm to fit as an adult into this
helter-skelter world that we
hav mart* Oar —hgL
BY MARILYN NEAL
Mrs. Mary Warren took
some of the FHA girls on a
fled trip Monday. They went
to the new court house, The
First National Bank, and San-
ger Harris downtown. They
had lunch at the Ports o’
Call.
It was enjoyed by all who
attended.
The FHA girls also went
on a picnic today. Mrs. War-
ren took them to Turner Park
In Grand Prairie where they
swam and had a picnic. It
was In honor of the freshmen.
***
Has everyone seen the soli-
taire Brenda Rose has been
flashing around? It's a real
beauty. Congratulations,
Brenda!
***
Joe Davis has a beautiful
new car. It really runs. Take
it from me, I know. The radio
works great and the glove
compartments are real in-
teresting. Aren't they, Cathy?
Billie Fae Land,
Edward Shivers
Exchange Vows
The First Methodist Church
was the scene of the wedding
of Mrs. Billie Fae Land and
Edward Shivers. The couple
were married in an 8 p.m.
ceremony Friday performed
by the Rev. Jim Connatser.
The bride is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Fri-
day of Horatio, Ark., and a
sister of Mrs. Bob McCoy of
Cedar Hill.
Nina and Bob McCoy serv-
ed as attendants for the couple
who will make their home in
Mesquite.
YWCA Offering
Typing Course
Typing classes for teen-
agers and adults are scheduled
to start Wednesday, July 6,
at, the Oak Cliff YWCA, 1811
S. Hampton Road. The YWCA
is a member of tho United
Fund.
Beginning and advanced stu-
dents may enroll in the clas-
ses which will be held from 2
p.m. to 4 p.m. on Mondays and
Wednesdays. The course in-
cludes eight two - hour ses-
sions and will be taught by
Miss Lavada Clayton.
Registration must be made
in advance at the Oak Cliff
YWCA. Additional informa-
tion Is available by calling
the YWCA, FE9-5181.
Hamburger Fry
Held Last Week
Fifty-one persons attended
the Jaycee family hamburger
fry on Dr. Crawford's farm
last Saturday evening at the
expense of the Jaycee Bad
REDSOCKS
The Cedar Hill Red Socks
won one and lost one in base-
ball games played last week.
Thursday ‘ night they beat
the Midlothian Cubs by a score
of 22 to 11.
i".9y lost to the De Soto
Rebels Saturday night 23 to 0.
The Red Socks are a Farm
League team coached by Bud-
dy Brooks.
ROCKETS
The Cedar Hill Rockets In
the Pee Wee League lost both
games played last week.
Last Thursday they lost to
the Mansfield Ponies 16 to 8
and Monday the score was 17 to
0 In the Midlothian Rangers
game.
LONGHORNS
The Cedar Hill Longhorns
in the Little League lost to
the Mansfield Yankees Friday
night by a score of 10 to 12.
The Longhorns beat the
De Soto Bankers Tuesday night
by a score of 13 to 3.
THE FIREMEN'S WIVES worked during the Old Settlers Re-
union at an unusually busy concession stand.
FOR
0 UTDOO RSMEN
by Ve-fn £anfopd
SALT AND PEPPER STRAWS-—For camping
conveniences and space-saving purposes, make indivi-
dual salt and pepper shakers by filling ordinary soda-
pop straws.
Pinch one end of straw closed, pour in salt or
pepper, then pinch other end closed. Place one strawful
of each condiment beside each plate.
***
REPAIRING WADERS—When your fishing
waders become worn and cracked, try covering worn
spots and cracks with tire paint. This type of paint
won’t crack and its pliable.
Your waders so treated will serve you for sev-
eral more seasons.
***
DON’T LOSE YOUR ARROWS—Arrows fre-
quently are lost from the quiver. To prevent an oc-
currence of this sort, fit a 2” chunk of styrofoam
into the bottom of the quiver.
Arrowheads then can be stuck into this pliable
material. But, a slight pull will release them.
***
KEEP POSSESSIONS SAFE—Small objects
sometimes are lost overboard in rowboats, or other
small craft, during rough weather.
Keep such valuables safe by screwing, or nailing,
the metal top of a widemouth mason jar to the under-
side of a boat seat. Then place your keepsakes inside
the jar and screw it to the top that you fastened under
seat.
Not only will your valuables be out of the weath-
er but they’ll also be off the floor, partially hidden
and out of harms way.
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W.c. KNIGHT
w. C. Knight has been active in the Cedar Hill
community for many years.
He is a former member of the Cedar Hill Volun-
teer firemen and a former scoutmaster for the Boy
Scouts.
He now serves on the Cedar Hill school board. He
Is a native of the Cedar Hill area and attended school
here.
He and his wife, "Geneva” live on Houston Street.
TTiey have three daughters—Becky, Pamela and
Teresa.
Buck Plummer’s Humble Station j
ALL BRANDS OF MOTOR OIL *
AUTO REPAIR
108 NORTH MAIN
ROAD SERVICE |
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AX 1- 1919
NOTICE
Effective July I Gat Bills May
Ba Paid At Georgt’s Hardware Aad
Variety 0a Highway 67. Bills Wart
Foraierly Paid At Brays Grocery Store.
LONE STAR GAS CO.
SIZZLER STEAK HOUSE
SIZZLING TOP SIRLOIN vjtq
SUVID WITH PR INCH FRIID OR BAKU) POTATO. ROLLS AND** I
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Cooler Pads-All Sizes-Cooler Pumps
Will Be Closed July4, Close At6p.m. Saturday
While's Auto Store
Al and Rozelle Krueger
AX 1-1389 Tower Shopping Center
What can you keep
in a safe deposit box?
Guys.
Rent a box now
and safeguard
your valuables.
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Brown, Royce & Mobley, Mrs. Howard. Cedar Hill Chronicle (Cedar Hill, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 30, 1966, newspaper, June 30, 1966; Cedar Hill, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth523037/m1/2/ocr/: accessed August 12, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Zula B. Wylie Memorial Library.

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