The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 131, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 3, 1942 Page: 4 of 4
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THE ORANGE LEADER
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ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3,1942
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Manhattan at Midnight
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War Bond Jingles
Three Thirds of a Nation
Lawrence We Ik's Orchestra
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Now that American fighting men are in Australia by the thousands
it's baseball time Down tinder, too. Pictured above are American
pilots and air crewmen relaxing with a gr.me of baseball while
mechanics are Checking over their bom) ing planes at an airdrome
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with both defeats. ■—■*— *
Shreveport scored three runs in
the first inning, aided by Ed Lo-
pat's lack of control and Sonny
Sgnnier's triple, and that was too
much scoring for Oklahoma City.
Ralph Hamper went the dis-
tance for Shreveport. Lopat was
replaced by Bucher after the first
Two - hit pitching by George,
Klein won for Houston. The only
man who solved Kleine's slants
was Baron, who singled to center
in the fourth and again in the
Caldwell allowed-the Buffs on-
ly five hits, but faulty fielding by
his mates cost four runs.
Air - tight pitching by Joe
Berry helped Tulsa shade Beau-
mont. Berry stopped^ a threat in
tjje, seventh, when the tying run
was on 'base.
Dallas at San Antonio, night
Fort Worth at Houston, night
Tulsa at Beaumont, day
Okla. City at Shreveport, night.
Mnrtlia Scot I appearing with
Kredrie March in "One Fctot In
Heaven" at tlie Strand today aiid
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Glen Gray's Orchestra
Associated Press News
Tommy Dorset's Orchestru
HatYy. .lames' Orchestra
Associated Press News
Tuesday, June 4. KFDM
6:00 Musical Clock
Eddie and Pearl
"Breakfast Club o
Swing tmd~ iSway — ------
sions, 8 to 7 and 6 to 5. ]the sixth inning, lined a single
Shreveport's Sports nudged the into left field to score Schulte
Oklahoma City Indians 3 to 2;[from second, and that was "the'
Amanda of Honeymoon
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John's Other Wife
Just Plain Bill
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Barnwell Community Cen-
The Swing Five
Chuck Wagon Gang
Jack Berch and tHe Gang
Keep 'Em Smiling -
Vincent Lopez's Orchestra
Between the Bookends
Men of the Sea
15 Minutes from Broad-
Word of God Program
United Press News
Kansas City, (API The
ttfieves aldii'C" bother Ernest S.
Grinhilm's tires — they wanted
Robbers broke into his automo-
bile and left with this loot: $i), a
geography and an encyclopedia.
Apparently unperturhed by At-
torney General Francis Biddle's
order for his deportation to his
native Australia, Harry Bridges,
above, west coast C. I. O. leader,
smiles as he is interviewed by re-
porters In San Francisco. Bid-
die's order for deportation charged
Bridges joined the Communist
party, aftsr entering the United
"By the Associated Press
The Dallas Rebels had a bad
night last nighl— Th'cy piayed 21
innings of baseball and lost two-
games to the Saw Antonio Mis-
the Houston BuiTs blanked the
Fort Worth Cats, 4 to 0 and Tulsa
stopped Beaumont, 6 to 4.
In. the first Dallas - San Antonio
game, the Rebels pushed over five
runs in the seventh to tie the i
score, only to lose in the tenth,
when Arnold Fundcrburk smash-
ed out a double, scoiyng Len
Manager Ralph Winegarner,
who had already tripled in a
score and made the tying ruh in
winning run of the second game,
Eddie Marleau was charged
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Greyhound buses will operatTon new war-time schedules. This change ill
service is being made in order to cooperate to the fullest extent with the
war-time plans of the Office of Defense Transportation. The purpose it
to make every bus work full time — keeping vittd traffic on the move.
Aaierfca'f war prayraai hat «Ae right of Caa*enratfo« af raMar is all-unportsnt—.
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not cause yon inconvenience, crowding
or delay. But If yon don't find travel aI
comfortable and easy aa in normal
moving to their jobs, businessmen trav-
eling on essential work. The trips they
tafei are necessary to keep the war pro-
little Increase in
available—it ia necessary to divert
pment to routes where it is most
Many peace-time torn tarsi ere discon-
tinued. Operating speeds are somewhst
reduced. Express and Limited sched-
riles are eliminated entirely. Second
sections of regular schedules are being
eliminated unless the bases cany a
tufficient number of paseengws.
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 131, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 3, 1942, newspaper, June 3, 1942; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221051/m1/4/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.