The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 128, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 31, 1942 Page: 1 of 4
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URANtJK, TEXASt SUNDAY, MAY 31, IJMl!
IN WAR BONK
- VOLUME XXLX
1. Lieutenant General Walter
Krueger, Commanding General,
Southern Defense Command, to-
day issued a proclamation declar-
ing a military area comprising
certain enumerated counties in
the Southern Defense Command
which includes the states of Flor-
ida (that portion west of the Ap-
alachicola Riv'er), Alabama, Mis-
sissippi. Louisiana. Texas, New
Mexico,' Oklahoma, Tennessee,
2. The proclamation declares
that the protection of American
commerce and that of the United
Nations from danger or destruc-
tion by enemy attack involves
the effective control of artificial
lighting within these areas. Re-
strictions apd orders covering the
control of lighting will be pro-
mulgated in due course.
3. General Krueger, in issuing
his proclamation, emphasized that
the only restriction of any kind
covered in the current production
is in respect to the control of
lighting. No evacuation of any
kind is ordered by this proclama-
tion, nor does it; contain^ any re-
strictions upon civitlans, be they
citizens or aliens, except in re-
spect to lighting. The rules and
regulations of the Department of
Justice for the conduct and con-
trol of aliens of enemy national-
ity remain in full force and ef-
Poppy Sale Is
Sell-Out By 11:30
Lee Davis of the VFW and Mrs.
R. L. Snow of the VFW auxiliary
wish to express their appreciation
to the public and to the workers
for- the success of the "buddy"
poppy sale held here on Memor-
All the poppies were sold by
11:30 a. m.
To Tax Collector
THESE ARE HEAVY HITTERS OF U. S. ARTILLERY porn m
—HHMHfiiK v^Om 111 11 It; c a
A. J. Boggies
To Leave Orange
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Boggie and
Sbn, Ronald, who have been liv-
ing at 2 East Sunset Drive will
leave Orange today for a north-
ern city to make their hoime. Mr.
Boggie was one of the first 30 men
to be employed at the Consoli-
dated Steel Corp-, Ltd., plant, here
and |ie has won the plaudits, of
officials and men as well for the
part he played in helping to
build the huge industry that has
grown froift a hand full of em-
ployees in December, 1940 to a
force of nearly 12,000 skillful
workers at the present time.
Mr. Boggie came to Orange on
December 0, 1940 from,the Crane
Co., In New York where he had
been employed as Assistant Plant
Manager for tho previous 13
years. He was employed in the
engineering department of the
Consolidated Steel Corp. He
gained hi^ training in New York
Mrs. Boggie led an active so-
cial life and made many friends
In Orange during their short
residence here. She is vice-pres-
ident of the Orange Garden Club
and a member of the Altar So-
ciety of St. Mary's church. They
will be missed by their many
. friends who wish them every
happiness in'their new home. _
Bascom Giles, Commissioner of
the General Land "Office, was in
Orange Saturday morning and
presented O. D. Butler, Orange
couny tax assessor - collector,
Volume One of the eight new
condensed abstract volumes listing
by counties and on a single line
all the information about original
Texas land titlas heretofore con-
tained at random in 62 volumes.
"Covering 56 East Texas coun-
ties, this volume is invaluable to
county tax assessor - Collectors,
abstractors, and attorneys as well
as to the General Land Office
and the Comptroller's .office as a
cross index and source of infor-
mation regarding land titles,"
Commissioner Giles said.
Authorized by the 47th Legis-
lature and sponsored as a WPA
project by the General Land Of-
(continued on page four)
Eighteen merit badges " and
training in seven other merits will
be offered by Boy Scouts at the
annual Sabine Area council sum-
mer camp this ySar. it has been
Merit badges offered Will In-
clude athletics, cooking, conserva-
tion, first aid, farm home and
planning, farm layout and build-
ing arrangements, forestry, han-
dicraft, insect life, life saving,
path - finding, personal health,
pioneering, reptile study, survey- i
ing,. stalking, swimming and j
Wfiodcarving. Training also will
be offered in astronomy, bugling,
bird study. camping, botany,
hiking and first aid to animals.
Bulletins, of the camp program
have been mailed to Scoutmasters
so troop activities may be plan-
ned. Regular periods for swim-
ming, hiking, archery, emergency
service, merit badge study and
otHer activities wil lbe outlined.
All of these events will be un-
der the management of Camp Di-
rector James A. Jolly's staff,
which includes Chuck Arsenault,
Edscl Oubre, the Rev. H. A.
Drouilhet, Q. Dudley, J. E,
jBrackin, Freddy Rosen, Clarence
Brau, Reber Smith and Paul Fan-
Camp will run for three con-
secutive periods beginning May
31, June 7/and June 14. Scouts
must Have a physical examination
before being accepted for camp.
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The June term of district court
for Orange county will l>e opened
j on Monday, June 1. at 10 if. m.
with District Judge F. Pat Adams
| of Jasper, presiding.
The grand jury and petit jury
panel for tho first week will re-
port at the opening hour.
Plans are being speeded for the
Orange Lions club annual carni-
val to be held'Jit Stark Park on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.'
June 18, 19 and 20 to benefit the
Lions charity fund./ R- Ct
ry and W. B. Stringer, chairman
in charge of arrangements, an-
nounced the following commit-
tees working on concessions for
this annual event:
Committee One: Charles Craw-
ford. chairman, Ed Barcus, A. D.
Walters, C. H. Hogan, J. M. Rooks,
J, W Edgar. Bill Sexton, Dick.
StaMield, in charge of tha gate.
Committee two:—Akinio Craft,
chairman, O. C. Gammage, Pier-,
re Latourette. to operate an "Hon-
est John" concessions.
Committee three: Elmer New-
man, chairman, J. K. Conn, John1
In addition to the nine felony Goodhue. IH-an Ottlnger, Eustis
Teachers for the Bridge City
school district 7, have been elect-
ed for the 1942-43 term as fol-
Grover Die, principal, Mrs. M.
B. Crt>ak, Mrs. H. A. Hubbard,
Mrs. Pauline Mettaeur, Miss Lu-
cile Womack, and Miss Fannie
Mae Lillie. One more will be
added to the faculty.
Classes will be held at the Prai-
rie View school buijding until
the new $60,000 structure can be
built, it was announce^ today.
The Winfree and Prairie View
schools which were consolidated
to form the Bridge City District,
were both in operation during the
The Committee for the Pro-
curement of Physicians for the
Ft. Sill, Oklahoma
Graham Bruce, son of Mr. and
Mrs. E: L. Bruce, who recently
enlisted in the United States
Army to enter officers training
school, has been stationed at Fort
Sill., Okla., according to word re-
ceived by his family.
Friends may write to him at
Battery E, 32nd Bat., 8th Train-
Orange civilian defense units
including air raid wardens and
Texas Defense Guards responded
immediately to an air raid alert
ordered f<M- Orange on Friday
night about 10:30 p. m, and air
raid wardens reported 100 per-
cent cooperation in blacking out
outside neon signs and flood lights
in the business section of the
Company D. of the Texas de-
fense guards under the leadership
of Capt. L. W. Hustmyre, mobiliz-
ed about twenty men to report to
the city hall for emergency duty.
Others could have been called im-
mediately, If needed, Capt. Hust-
The air raid wardens, headed
by Rev. EM Barcus and A. J. Mc-
Kenzie, and their assistants, cov-
ered the business area aad main
The people were fine in their
reponse and very few paused to
ask questions, when the order
came, the air raid wardens said.
In discussing why the neon
lights and other outside lights
were turned out and the city
street and shipyard lights left
burning, it was explained that
shipyard and street lights could
be turned' «Ut a moment's #notice
with single switches so there was
no necessity for turning them out
on an alert call,
No reason for the alert call was
Lined Hp for an Inspection by Secretary of War Henry L. Stlmson nrc some of tli« 15&.inm. gun*,
above, at Fort Bragg, N. C. With a range of approximately Ifr miles. these big suns are among the
most powerful mobile weapons in the Army.
For Top Spot
State of Texas has approved Dr. lnS Regiment, Ft. Sill, Okla
C. A. Buttram, Dr. L. A. White-
hill, and Dr. L. O. Thompson as
the official committee in Orange
This Committee is a committee
of the Federal Government and
will operate according to the
rules set up by executive order
of the President of the United
To Arrive Monday
Officials of the Federal Works
administration, housing "division,
are expected to be here Monday
presumably to take definite steps
toward carrying , out the local
federal housing project involving
construction of 23<HT: houses " for
workers. wS'': '<
housing authorities said
their information regar ding
Resignations of Miss Emma Nell
Phillips, Anderson school Music
teacher and Mrs. H. U. McGill.
high school math teacher, were
announced Saturday by J. W.
Edgar, city school superintendent.
m Miss Phillips has accepted a
position at the Consolidated Steel
Corp. Ltd. ,
Sgt. B. Nation, Jr.
Ben E. Nation, Jr.
who hat baga' in .Mil
Air Corps for the past three
years and has spent the last twen
ty months In Puerto Rico, where
he Is now stationed, is here to
Priorities for the grange Junior-
Senio* high school building which
expired May 18 have been renew-
ed until November IS, assuring
that material/ will be received to
complete the new building now
under construction, J. W. Edgar,
city school superintendent an-
nounced Saturday. *
Building To Be
Opened June 14
Due to the fact that some of the
equipment of the contractor In
charge of the First Baptist church
educntional building was taken
by a priority government job, the
the U. S. Army time for opening the building for
services has been postponed from
Sunday,' June 7, to Sunday. June
14, it was announced Sato*##,
The tWoj| .'educational
building when complete and fur*
Is expected to represent an
of mo* than 140.000,
years; Weldon Carden, A. A M,
College catcher for 4 years; R.
C. Adams, A. & M. College thir<j(
baseman for 3 years! Gabby
Lusk,' -West Tolas and Texas
league professional for 6 years;
"War" Bonds, Evangeline and
Cotton States league professional
for 3 years; Marshal Scott, East
Texas league pitcher for 4 years:
Will Smith, Evangeline and West
Texas league pi tehee.. lor 7 years;
John Collins, Evangeline league
ccnter fielder for 3 years; Ezra
Gordon, Texas League and sever-
al years semi. - pro at second
base: Roy Mazz'agate, Texas Com-
pany refinery team 3 years; Clar-
ence E. Heck, semi - pro catcher
for 5 years at Jacksonville and
Steve Riancuso, Texas League,
Western League and American
Association catchcr lor 12 years is
playing - manager. He is a broth-
er of Gus Mancuso, formerly with
the St. Louis Cardinals and now
with the New York Giants. Ted
Belile is business manager for the
The Consolidated Steel De-
stroyers, Orange's semi - pro | r—
baseball team, will face their
stiffest competition of the young
Sabine - Neches League season
this" alter,noon when they play
hosts t Or the Gay's Oilers of Beau-
mont at Fair Pork on the Orange
County Fair Grounds in West
Orange, two miles west of the
The Oilers .ami tha Destroyers
are undefeated in the league race
and first place is at stake in to-
day's game. Game time is 3
o'clock and busses will the
business section from Abe's cor-
ner to take fans to. the ball park
at 2:30 o'clock and will return for
them immediately after the game.
Fans who drive their own ears
will find plenty of well policed
parking space in the fair grounds.
The Consolidated' Steel Destroy-
ers are compose^ of some of the
best semi - pro players in this
section including Herman Nics,
local Orange sandlotter who has
developed into one of the out-
standing players on the team;
Robert McMullen, former East
Texas and Evangeline league pit-
cher for 6 years; Lacy Dillard,
Waco semi - pro for H years; W.
B. House, Houston city league for
IS ORANGE ASLEEP? This
question might be asked and an-
swered now in view of what hap-
pened at Pearl Harbor last De-
cember .7, when it was said the
V. S, armed forces and civilians
were helpless for the moment to
protect themselves. Would Or-
ange be found in proportionately
as bad a state of prepareuness as
Pearl harbor if attacked now
from the air by blasting or in-
cendiary bombs or poison gits?
The answer Is undoubtedly that
she is unprepared now to a very
greet extent. No doubt many
people would be injured or kill-
ed in panics that would result
from an air attack of any- form
tonight, because of the low per-
centage of people who have re-
sponded to the urge to train for
tMcse emergencies. In the name
of all that is Good and Holy pnd
f<?r the sake of humanity, LETS
DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.
THE MOSQUITO MENACE In
Orange can and will be curtailed
by continuation of work elimi-
nating breeding places for the
pests that include stagnant wa-
ter holes. No doubt a wonderful
benefit will result from the fill-
ing in of the 3.48-acre as well
as adjacent tracts for the large
group of government houses that
are soon to be built for war work-
To Confer With
H. J. Corctiran, priorities spe-
cialist in production and inven-
tory analyst for war production
board office, will be In Orange «-
bout the middle of next week, .-it
was announced Saturday by W.
ATMcNeill; secretary manager of
the Orange Chamber of Com-
merce. 'iV.i < ■
All business men desiring an
appointment with Mr. Corcoran
while he Is in Orange, should
contact the .chamber of com-
merce as sooh as possible. " Each
person making an appointment
will be notified of the day and
hour as soon as it is learned when
Mr. Corcoran will arrive. ( -
No open clinic will be held, Me
j 'vV 1 V'/' ■" - ' • r'v
A blind bogey tournament will
be held tfila 'affernooii at the Sun-
set Grove Country club, It has
A "request has been receive^
from the,government that all golf
clubs throughout the nation hold
golf tournaments on Memorial
Day, Fourth of July and Labor
Day with the proceeds to go- to
the lied Cross.
Due to the recent reorganization
of the. Sunset Grove club, if was
impossible to hold a tournament
Memorial Day, so the Blind
Bogey today will benefit the Red
Cross. . "X- ..
cases previously announced, the
following civil cases are on the
docket for the term:
I First National Bank In Orange
vs. Cecil R. Coale etal (set for
City of Orange vs. M. G. Inman
(Set for First week).
State of Texas etal vs. William
Lowe etal (Set for Third Week).
Mrs. Nettie Willke et vir vs.
Jarecki Mafg. Co. etal (set for
Texas Creosotltjg Company vs.
Mrs. Carrie L. Brown etal.
Claudia Sehultz etal vs. H. G;:
Tibctts, Individually and as com-
munity survivor, (set for tlrst
Mrs- C. M. Peveto etal vs. To-
jan Frederick etal.
Nancy Granger vs. J. A. Scales
The Texas! Company vs. Clifton
L. F- Woodford etal vs. Joe
Molley (set for first week).
Howard Smith vs. Will G.
Ccclje Moseley etal vs. Orange
Investment Company. (set for
• C. L. Wingate vs, The Warren
Refrigerator Company (set for
J. W Burgess etal vs. Amanda
K. L. Shannon vs., Orange Wa-
J. C. Bilbo vs, Orange County
H. T. Burton vs. Orange County
H. W. Blackman vs. Glens Falls
IS ASKED HERE
Orange merchants through W.
A. McNeill, general manager of
the Orange "Retail Merchants ,.as-
sociation have issued an urgent
appeal to the public to cooperate
with them in curtailing delivery
service due to tire shortage.
This—appeal it was stated was
made from a patriotic standpoint
following a meeting of the mer-
chants this week who announced
a new schedule of delivery. The
^continued on page four)
Openings Now '
Roach, T. D. Sells. Frank Smith,
to operate dart and wheel game
Committee four: Tom Williams,
chairman, G. A, Finnell, L. W.
Hustmyre, R. W. Insall, Lane
Harris, Pat McNamara, W. L.
Brent, John Drake, Russell Flei|,
Ralph Osborne, M. Shyrock, Law-
is Weaver, Walter Wllley, Claud
Dellart. will he in charge Of two
wheel games, weight guessing,
rubber ball and muffin pan con-
Committee Five: ^ack Fuller,
chairman, Charles Eddleman..
Thornton Arledge, Roy Green-
wood, C. W. Levlngston, Jlmmie < |
Quigley. John 1.. Smith, to oper-
ate a "Country Store".
Committee six: M. A. West,
chairman, Ras Bateman, John*
Christian, Tony Griffin. Jack
Harris, R. S. Manley. Archie Wea-
ver, T. W. Ogg and Jack Love, to
be in charge of the Bingo games.
Committee seven: W, B. Mil-
liard, chairman, Leroy Boehme,
Herbert Duhon, Del McColllster,
C. Parkhurst, D. B. San ford, Mar-
vin Smith. Weldon McClelland,
to be In charge of the Cajun Kit-
chen and the Ice cream stand. ..
Committee eight: Arthur Wil-
son. chairman, Frank Hustmyre,
Howard Peterson, „ Vernon Pen-
nington. Harold.Sanders. Dexter
Shelley. John Tierney. M. B.
Wright, Will operate the "Duck
Committee nine: Harntan
Wood, chairman. Wesley Msdle,
W. L Cox. A. F. Massingale, S.
W. Thlgpen. to operate Milk Bot-
tle games and Marble concessions.
Committee ten: Ellis Carter,
n. John Anger. Carroll j ;
M. Childers. M. Graves,
Harold Harvey, M. W. Peftroa, J.
C. Putnam. Clyde StanfieM, M.
C. CoMvillion, Earl Boynton, J.
C. Stanfleld. O. D. Butler, to t
In charge of pop corn ptfiid, din?
boards, barrel game, and p
Committee eleven: Bill Strings
er. chairman, Frank BeaMdMpipy
Milton Bass, will be in charge at
the "African Dip" attraction.
) Committee twelve: Dan Cable,
chairman. Martin K. Thomen,
Harry Wheeler, will arrange for
Committee thirteen: Walter E.
IjiForge, chairman, A, E. Fuller
and Doug Peterson will arrange
for free entertainment acts on the
carnival grounds each evening.
Many other concessions will b«
fact is known that many of the
Probably a little more con-.suburban stores have practically
certed action by public spirited 'discontinued all delivery of met - j at night, It was explained,
officials and citizens could help 'chandisc,
very materially to drive away the
mosqito menace, in Orange.
Opening^ are now available in
the Defense Training school class-
es for machinists, electricians and
pipefitters, at the defense train-
ing school located __on Division
street, It was announced here
Openings are due to increased
speed in employment in the ship-
building industries in Orange.
Persons interested in enrolling
in these classes should contact
the U. S. Employnvsnt Service of-
fice on Front street.
Machinists ""and electricians'added to the list of attractions
classes are held in the daytime !*n<l plans go forward
"*"■: " * .CO*
IN THE HEART OF ORANGE
there are unsightly scenes that if
removed would greatly improve
the appearance and enhance tho
value of that section which
should by all means set an ex-
ample for the rest of the business
section. It is not too late to sys-
tematically improve the appear-
ance of the original business sec- j sil ver cup will begin Tuesday in
tlon of the city which in some: connection with the weekly La-
way attaches Itself to the senti-
ment of that song "DeepJtn The
Heart of Texas".
The Sunset Grove Country club
Woman's Championship golf tour-
nament for the George S. Colburn
the pipefitters are instructed''hip the biggest and best carnival
in the history of the dub.
Chairman Dick Terry stated to
To Send Boys For
A resolution which provides for
sponsoring a movement to send
some four or five boys of this
community to Austin to spend a
few days studying state govern-
ment, was passed by Lloyd Grubbs j
i CityHall Briefi
For Next Year
A regular meeting of the
Knights of Columbus, Council
No. 1680, was held Wednesday
night at 8 o'clock at the KC Hall
Nomination of officers for the
coming year was held, j Plans
wre also made for the open
meeting to ha held June 4. A
thur (s expected attend
A full attendance is urged for
i«« regular meeting on June 3,
the election of officers will
Only one deed wis filed Fri |
^ .. ... post of the Anferican Uglon held " e office of the Orange
^ ""/.f t,vit|p«' . (Thursday inght. , county clerk, that -being from
Qual,(yihg rounds will be start-j Vhool authorities are to Gi"™ Company to K"C Spiares,
ed Tuesday and continued through ! mt|k rPtommFndatiani „ to ^JtWo lots jn the Gilmer's first Cove
the week with three flints of ■ I^^Toys to be^n? to A«- «• Half of Mineral
80 ^ tin under sponsorship - of the ■"'f™ reserved.
eight. The Colburn cup will go to .
the winner of.the first flight and *^^
other prizes will lie given In each | 1meric<tn Lyglcm-
flight for winner, runner-up and e— •
C'onsollatlon. Matches will be 1 OpOgraplW Ul
played each week for. duration of - - -
the tournament- ::y
Twenty - one women have* al-
ready entered the tournament and
others are Invited «to do so. They
Area Is Mapped
Marriage licenses of record Fri-
day afternoon at the office of
Orange county clerk Included:
Jessie Castallna and Mrs.
sie Lewis of Beaumont.
Malcolm Frank Robinson
A survey of topography of the!Miss Lillian Louise Parish,
areas to be occupied by the Or-! Howard T. Morse and
may ehtei^gny time this week by ange government housing project, Bern ice Loftln. '.ajifelaM
paying the fifty-cents entry free expected to include from 23no to! , Gliorge Let Ouldry and
and reporting to the club housej5,04« dwelling units for war Dorothy Ann Broussarji.
before playing their ratifying workers, has bswn started under J C. Childers and Miaa
supervision of Charles P. , Smith.; Jan* Barber.
Orange municipal engineer, who John
has been appointed as resident
' er tar the project. r,i
land to be included in mal
round, it was announced.
The Colburn cttp, s handsome
silver trophy donated by Mr,
George S. Colburn, Is held by the
winner far a one year period
only, unless won three years In
succession hy the same per
then it becomes the permanent a-
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 128, Ed. 1 Sunday, May 31, 1942, newspaper, May 31, 1942; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221048/m1/1/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.