The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 29, No. 179, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 30, 1942 Page: 1 of 4
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(4*AN(JK7T K XA>S, THrKSDAV, JULY :W, li)42.
Set For August 1
County Chairman W. B. Sim-
mons has completed compiling
the returns of the various Prc-I
cinct Conventions held oil last
Saturday, July 25th, at whirl/
Precinct Convention dcle^iiUte
j Were elected to the County Coi)-
' Mention to- be held in the District
Court room on Saturday, August
1st, at 11:00 o'clock A. M.
At the County Convention del-
Agates will be used to represent
Orange County to cast the
votes of Orange - County in
State Convention to be held in
Austin September 8th; delegates
■ffimed to the County Convention
fritjp the Various Precincts were
PRECINCT NO. 1 — Court
Mouse: Mrs. J. R. Carpenter,
Mrs. Lee Hurst, Mrs. A. Garrett,
Mr. S. L. Stoffer, Mrs. J. Howard
Smith, Mrs. Elmer Harmon, Mary
Ann Broussard, Mrs. E. E.
Duchamp, Jr., Mrs. Homer Sim-
DQons, C. M. Harmon. Mrs. Frank
PRECINCT NO. 2 — City Hall:
Hon. Martin Dies, Mrs. Martin
Dies, Felix Weil, W. E. Lea, Mrs.
W. E. Lea, Abe Sokolski, D. C.
Bland, W. H. Ma lone, L. J. (Paul)
Miller, Mrs. R. II. Voss, T. C.
Ford, -Mi^t Cecil Russell, Dr.. C.
E- PhUlips/jjK. A. Moore, Frank
Hubert, A. J. Schnitzel. Geo. D.
Jones. Mrs. C. L. LaSalle, F.. B.
Heartfield, Miss Hortense Miller,
H. I. Carr, Sr., Mrs. W. A. Gun-
ning. Mrs. W. E. Mitchell.
PRECINCT No. 3: Mauriceviltc:
J. P. Milliard, Geo. Helms, Elex
Frederick, T. J. Frederick, Wm.
Wilkinson, Jr.. W. C. Weakley,
PRECINCT No. 4: No Report.
PRECINCT NO. 5 — West Or-
ange: L. McGuire, Sam Johnson,
T. O. Landrum, Mrs. Inez Hub-
hard, Mrs. T. O. Landrum, J. H.
Hammers, j. H. Walker, Tom Dor -
> ^ /' — .11
Strickland. Mrs. Hubbard Strueel,
L. F. Branum, Mrs. H. T. Foun-
tain, H. T. Fountain, J. P. Swain,
Mrs. J. P. Swain, It. Lee Davis,
Mrs. R. Lee Davis, Geo. Hudson,
tired Willie, Mathew Skeeler, K.
W. Stephenson, Mrs. K'. W. Steph-
enson, George Parish, Mrs- Geo.
Parish, Alex Lott, Mrs. Alex
Lott, Hobert Hall, Mrs. fioberi.
Hall, Chas. Holden, Mrs. Chas.
PRECINCT NO. 12 — St, Ma-
ry's "School: W. B. Simmons, H.
J. L. Stark, E. W. Brown, L. W.
Ilustmyre, F. W. Ilustmyre, Mar-
tin Dies. V. H. Stark, E. L. Reid,
E. L. Bruce, J. T. Adams, It. C.
Marsh, R. P. Turpin, H. W.
Pearce. D. C. Bennett, James N.
NelTj Geo. A. Foreman, Oscar C.
Dancy, W. C. B. Anderson, D. E.
Roach, Josh Bland, E. T. Drake,
A. K. Burns, J. E. Patulloj Joe
Lucas, Alan Cameron, A. H.
Prince, R. F. Turpin.
PRECINCT NO. 13 — Cove:
Allexv .Mmci;,, Mrs. Allen Miller,
Chas. A. Peveto, Mi's. "CKus. "A";'
Peveto, II. A Sweeney, D. T.
Morns, Mrs. D. T. Morris, W. C.
Diggs, Fred Richardson, • Sam
Sorrels, Mark Burch, IJennis
Thrailkille, U. J. Anderson. Kcr-
mit Tahdberg, L. C. Shipman,
Allen Sherril. Nate Wilkinson,
Mrs. Gussie Clayton.
PRECINCT NO. 14 — High
School: R. C. Terry, E. M. Chil-
ders, Henry Lee Wood worth,
Russell Fleig. Mr:?. K. A. Mitch-
ell, Mrs. E. M. Childers, Mrs. H.
W,. McGill, Mrs. W. L. Adams.
Miss Ollie Fuller, Miss Blandine
Peveto. Mrs. Forest McDonald.
Mrs- G. B. Williams. Mrs- J. W.
Anger, Geo. S. Colburn, Mrs.
Bob Bass. Doug Pruter.
PRECINCT NO. 15 — Texla:
Mrs. Villa Linscomb, Mr. Archie
LeBlanc, Mrs. Chester Holts, R.
S. Bland, Mrs. 'Sid Willey.
SKf QUEEN—U. S. ARMY'S COMMANDO PLANE
Argues Rights Of
i 1'he military
jju'y 30. i (AIM ~j
eight Nazis who hove admitted
1 coming to America by submarine
; with explosives and incendiaries
i abandoned a scheduled session to-
jday to permit further argument
before the supreme court on the
(right of the prisoners to civil
There was no formal announee-
jment immediately, but partici-
pants hi the trial acknowledged | schools next year, must transfer
i that the secret military proceed- ">'o Uie city school-,district not
ling, in recess since late Monday, j later than Friday, July 31, it was
| would not lie resumed until Fri- announced again today. Parents
| Defense anil prosecution
School Transfers f
After July 31st
I. All I(igh-school and Junior high
j school age students, residing out-
|side\ of the city school district,
|trhd who plan to attend the city
Pictured In flight for the first time Is the new giant 25-ton C-46 Curtis* Commando military trans-
port plane. The ship is designed to speed large numbers of troops, one or more jeeps and field artil-
lery to critical points In tfce battle zones. Note how the- Commando dwarfs Its escort, a compara-
tively tiny CurUgs War hawk fighter.
may report to the office of T. W.
< >gg, assistant city school superin-
l-sul emiteie.d then efforts- during tendeni at the high school build-
|the morning in preparation for '"K or at the office of J. F. Ham-.,, , , ,, ■
(the final hours of arguing Uiej""'is. county school superintend-!, 'J5}'* ",1" ,t(l parliament in
| validity of President lloosevelt's jvnt ul the courthouse.
| proclamation denying civil courts
By Roger D. Green* 4—
Associated Prep War Editor
Adolf Hitler's invasion armies,
racing toward the Caspian sea,
reported today they had cut. the
last major rail 'fine to the Cauca-
sus oil fields, while in the north
the Russians declared they had
beaten off all German attempts to
hammer Wedges Into Soviet lines
l,ate dispatches Indicated that
the Germans had found a "soft
spot" in the Russian defenses
east of Rostov and were- exertion
their main efforts In a drive ta
Isolate the Caucasus.
Meanwhile, amid widespread
agitation for an Allied invasion of
western Europe. Hie- Stafford
To Aid County Farmers
With Labor Problem
PRECINCT NO. 16 — Bridge
Mrs. O. D. Butler, E. P. Godwin,
r.r>n H-firvov .Mikc Wnth llnMmu i ICCillCls Numl>Cl
e ~i, Hi
Geo. Harvey, Miss Ruth Harvey,
R. A. Hankamer. |scnt m report.
PRECINCT NO. 6— Orange-
field: S. D. Ratcliff, T. S. Huff,
Mrs. J. O. Allen, Mrs. Margaret
Hewitt, Mrs. Dorothy Vance, Mrs.
J. W. Chesson, Mrs. C. L. Ros-
trum, Mrs. J. E. Bouligney, Mrs.
Cliff Chesson, Mrs. Arthur Gran-
ger. Will Cotton, Paul Linscomb,
Mrs. Ed Hoi I is. T. R. Granger,
Mrs. J. E. Jones, Mrs. Homer
P;REC1NCT NO. 7 — Duncan's
Woods: Mrs. M. A. Stephenson,
J. N. Stephenson, Earl Hotlls,
Mrs. L. Sorter.
PRECINCT NO. 8 — Doty: Mr
PRECINCT NO 9 — Pine For-
est: Mr. J. R. Hetzel.
PRECINCT NO. 10 — Vidor: O
T. Camp, Hop Williamson, V. E.
Moreland, J. C. Latimer, Berl
Walles, J. B. Wilkerson, O. C.
O'Bryan, B. Brown,. M. J. Thom-
as, R. A. Wood, S. Cleveland, P.
DeCuir, L. O Phillips, A. M. Ba-
bin, M. C. Clary, Jesse Cotton
PRECINCT NO. 11 — Anderson
School: J. B. Heard, Mrs. G. C.
Numbers 4 and 16
USO Schedule Of
Bond Drive Is
20 Per Cent For All
Results of the bond drive
launched by the Consolidated
Steel Corp. Ltd. for-iJ00 percent
cooperation of the employees in
the 20 percent salary reduction
for bonds, will be announced Sun-
day at the launching of the sev-
nth destroyer the USS McKee'at
11:30 a. m.
With the recent increase in sal-
aries. all employees are being
asketa to increase their bond sales
to 20 percent of their salaries un-
der the .payroll deduction plan,
according to H. C. Cranfill, vice-
president. The drive is being
pushed this week and a very fa-
vorable report j a. .anticipated for
he Sunday event.
In connection with the launch-
ing program, it was learned to-
:lay that Mrs. Richard A. Asbury, 1
the ship's sponsor and her sister,
Mrs. W. S. Elkins of Chattanooga.
Tenn., arc expected to arrive in
Orange on Saturday, having made
1 reservation for that day, at the
The Orange County farmers
who have been called upon to
produce exceptionally large crops
in spite of a sharply reduced, sup-
ply of labor, will have equally
exceptional facilities to aid in
solving their problems, L. A.
Hammoha, manager of the Unit-
ed States Employment, said
The Employment Service will
act in cloae cooperation with the
newly created county War Board
to meet an^f labor problems that
may arise in the county. A pro-
gram worked out jointly by the
two agencies calls for complete
utilization of all available labor
in the county and the calling it^
of workers from other counties
only when help is no longer ob-
THURSDAY. July 30:
Pre - school children 3 1-2 to 6
years old. 9:30 to 11 A. M-
First Aid Class, 9 A. M. to 1'
a.m. study. AtWJ August 7th & 8th
Beaumont Rflaff tlcrasmtr
tion Literary Club, 10 A. M- t'
11:30 A. M.. Reading Room.
sored by Methodist yoJng i>eople
7 to 10 p. m.
Movie, USO Branch Navy Ad-
dition, "Gentlemen from Dixie'
with Marion March & Jack La-
Rue also Travelogue 6c Cartoor
Comedy, 8:30 P. M. Everybod>
►AT. July 31:
Physical Fitness Class
M. to 8:45 A. M.
tool children 3 1-2 to 6
A. M. to 11 A. M.
Social Gime Room for Adults,
B:43 A. M. to 4 P>
Movie, "Gentlemen .from Dix-
ie" with Marian March Jack
LaRue, also Travelogue
toon Comedy, Social Room, frStO
P. M. Everybody welcome.
SATURDAY, Ausust 1
Social Room, Games for Chil
dren 6 to IS yean of age. 0 R. M.
Social Room, Games for Adults.
13 Noon to 6 P. M.
it Housing Addition
TONI JO HENRY
City Hall Briefs
Lake Charles ,La.', July 30.
(AP) — A last minute attempt
has been made by attorneys to
I save Mrs. Annie Beatrice (Toni
I Jo) Henry
I to the eight men and his de<;ree
that they be tried by a panel of
The prime question before the
court --- raised by petitions for
habeas corpus to deliver the pris-
oners from a military commission
placed them —■ was whether men
such as these were entitled to,
the protection of civil courts as a I
matter of right.
Certainly not, contended Attor-! The Orange Pilot Club met
ney General Biddle in precise, in- Tuesday 7:30 p. m. at the Holland
cisive accents emphasied with tlie; Hotel dining room and made fur
Deed;; filed today at the office
of the Orange county clerk in-
Mrs, Nellie Hebert Savoic etal
to CJwu, jELJUkau-llS. aqsA it) „h
and G. N. Section 17. $1,000. :
Ed Williams etux to Covington 1
Bouregoise. a part of cast half of;
block F. Amended Sheldon sur
Hat of his hand. War "wipes out ther plan.'« to equipment the flrst-
the v'ghts of the alien," he assert- aid unit, at Gilmer Homes.
ed, and any "relief he may be en- Miss Georgia Belile, club pres-
titled to in a court depends on "lent, was jn charge of the busi-
frotn electrocution j the grace of the sovereign." ncss session and asked that an-
here Aug. 10 lor the 1940 St. Val-, But yes. the men do have rights,' other drive be made to secure a
entine day slaying of a Houston, I argued Col. Kenneth C. Royall in l,-w more cots to lur used in the
Tex., salesman. ' ia resonant southern drawl. The 1 center. Those who huve cots are
Her attorneys yesterday applied tail colonel, one of several army asked to contact Mrs. Glen Nel-
for a preliminary injunction to officers assigned to the defense,json, chairman of the first - aid
stay the "execution on the grounds)insisted that even if the prisoners 'station committee
that the act passed by the legis-jbe soldiers of.4ht?rcich they could
lature two years ago changing j claim the shelter of the bill of
capital punishment from hanging rights while in this country
In t-ho absence of Mrs. Betty
Prewitt, Miss Docia Moore had
charge of the program. A gift of
vey $'!40 i ca'deied the sheriff to show cause
II. J. L." Stark to Wilson Hc-|by *rid*y t why Uu,'
iKMt, a part of b)ock 44, John sh,,ul,J n,,t ^
Harmon League. $100.
Cesar Simon and wife to Cecil
George Perry, 55 by 55 feet out of
block 2. Gilmer's Fourth Cove
to electrocution is unconstitution-1 A regiment of German soldiersiwystaI was presented to Mrs.
al because it did not become ef-jcaught landing on these shores "crtlia Janson, a recent bride,
term-e tn -tier • rane trr ttTr trme rr-
quired for all acts under the con-
District Judge Mark C. Pickrell
"Farmers, know," said Mr.
Hammond,w "that this year more
than ever before they must work
together to make full use of fam-
ily and community labor supplies.
It may even be necessary, before
wc are through, to send into the
field many workers who have
never done farm work — Includ-
ing school children and towns-
people. Nearly every county in
Texas is facing the same problem,
so we cannot, call on them for
help except as a last resort."
The local United States Employ-
ment Service and county War
Board are parts of statewide or-
ganizations designed to solve the
farm labor throughout the
and are in position to supply .which is included in an area de-(Bridge of Honor
■wonM tint have sneh rrghts, ■4toy-'i—
all conceded in response to ques- 'business session Tuesday, 7 p
turns from the bench which fre- August 11 at the USO club,
quently interposed the six hours]
of argument heard yesterday, as.
the case opened. But. the soldiers,
he explained, would have other
rights us prisoners of war — |
rights these defendants cannot
The questions from the court
made it clear that the seven jus-
tices sought t>j| explore every
sihle claim the prisoners might
liaye to rights both military and :
civil. Justice Douglas did not!
arrive in time for the opening acs- j Indications were today that the
jsion and Justice Murphy disquall-'second primary election to be
tied himself because of his pres-;held August 22, would bring out
lent military status.
(S SEEN FOR
The Boy Scouts of the Sabine!
Area are very grateful to the USoLlJ.. — - R..ff n
"BEING PREPARED for emer- Hall managers for their splendid I* '"o® DUllfJlUCttll
gcncics caused by enemy attacks co-operation. Managers Osborne
directly or indirectly should be'and Dehart have consented to let
the leading thought in Orange)the Boy Scouts use the hall for a
for the Sea
London that plans regarding a
second front could not be divulg-
. Sir Stafford, Prime Minister
Churchill's sjHikesman in the
house of commons, said the gov-. ■
ernment Would not be able to re-
veal such plans "even in secret
session;1' but in response to a
member's question, lie added:
- ''1 ewita0lhim j ow. w« jMtva to?,
London newspapers mentioned
Gen. George C. Marshall, U, S.
army chief of staff, as, a possible
Allied generalissimo for a second
In the Soviet campaign. the
situation appeared to be growiftg
rapidly niore acute in the north-
ern Caucasus, where the Russians
acknowledged fresh Nazi ad-
vances ut several points.
Premier Joseph Stalin, in a mes-
sage to the Russian people, in-
voked the names of Russia's great *'3
heroes of the past as an Inspiration
in the present crisis, recalling such
figures as Alexander Nevsky,
who beat the ancient Teutons, and
Mikhail Kutuzov, whose resist-
ance helped turn Napoleon's Rus-
sian invasion into disaster, -
line of retreat to the east had b««n
cut off in the great Dan river
bend, but gave no details.
Dispatches to lied Star Mid a
gigantic seven-day-old battle was
raglnjK in thc Don bend above
Stalingrad, involving thousands <*t
trtrtpff,' plnnes, field guns ittl
Red Star said the Germans
reached the eastern bank of the
river in uiie_ scctcii JiaC Were driv-
Pravda, the communist party
newspaper. s<i.id Germany wr,v
was throwing her last resources
into the great summer offensive.
Vine Is Growing
At Jett Home
the greatest possible help.
Orange County farmers,
Success or failure of the Gov-
to [c la red to be in third rank as the I Scouts and a Court Of Honor
'most Vulnerable to attack in the!the Boy Scuuts
Will Be Here
7 and "9, W en merti<w with her
wrvey of defense of children in
Ihe war emergency, it was learn-
ed today by County Judge S. J.
Miss Bunnell will discuss the
need of day ,- time care of 'chil-
dren whose mothers are employed
because of the war emergency.
ernment's entire Food for Vic
tory" program may depend upon
the extent to which the farmers
in each county make use of lb'
tally available labor. Both the prn.)crtv when
general labor shortage and the > g;>un(j<l(j '
tire situation, which is curtailing j
the movement of workers from! ORANGE BUSINESS SEC-
one area to another, are factoi TIONS for the time being do not
Miss Estelle M. Bonnell, con-
iuitant on the staff of the Texas
Austin, wiiLierin' Onm| e
problems With him at the. Em
compelling the utmost cooperation
in making the greatest jfrissible
use of workers( already in the
Fanners having or anticipating
a shortage of labor were urged by
ployment Service Office, 408
Front Street, Orange. Other i
members of the War Board in ad-
dition to Mr- Hammond arc A. J.
McKenzie, George C. Harvey,
Jack Langston and Horacc Ted-
quite compare in general appear-
ance to the hustling growing city
that it really is. While it is not
>ftwiblo r ght now to-carry on u
biiilding program in the business
section that would change the ap-
pearances, it would be well for an
'organised-pian to be hot up now
•for' future attlvities to rnelude de-
velopment in the business sec-
tions. . '
The Boy Scouts wish to
this opportunity to thank
managers for their splendid
; a record second'primary vote, in
view of the intense interest in
| the senatorial contest. Both
O'Danlel and Allred forces are!
jdlscussing plans for an organized
j light for their favorite candidates.
Although O'Danlel received the
I highest vote in Orange county, he
jdid not receive a majority, hifc
What is believed to be the lar- ;vote being 2004, with Allred In
gent biitjelbeun in the wo;ld i„ second place with 1435 votes
third with 505 votes an<
1, constable precinct No. 1 am
. , . ,nC justice of the i>eace in., precinc
'Jh|, tremely tall bean vine will yield N" 4, r-T-
jbushels of beans during its fruit-' —
"ling, and at present blooms have
| covered the vine fronfctop to bot-
jtom over its entire 30-foot aerial
Ion the pole- The officer said that j
he had no idea of the extent to;
1 which an ordinary gulden butter-!
bean would grow, but plans to „ , ft.
kre|f % cl<ise check on the results („ Houston, ' ^ r*
1 with tnc hope that the experiment "r®l! McCormick, who startw
his railroad career in Texas ir
On the 7th and 8th of August (now growing in* Orange
the i Moody
than 30 feel on an aerial pole.
Indications are that, . the cx-
|To Retire From
Mrs. M. G. Davies
Dies Tuesday Iwith the hope that the experiment ™«^-ormicK, wno starie< i Tex„f
Mrs. Mi ftavtes' waFfn "^ S'U'
Reservations were pouring in
today at the Sunset Grove Coun-
Club for the gala opening- of
dicing room at the club
evening. 7JW o'clock.
Dinner Will he served through-
out Friday evening and music will
I b« furnished from 7:30 to 10:30
, 8 P. M- to 11;S5 P. by Don Regan and his orchestra
uiuw- Ni-ht ,iub'
Only 25 Per Cent
Of Orange Rent
Only about twenty - five per
cent of the rent property in Or-
been registered at the and died
Rents office at the chamber of
despite the fact that
all. reservations be the regiatration period is more
CULTIVATION OF PATRIOT-
ISM should be sponsored by ev-
ery individual, and group ot this
city, to include all civic organi-
zations, fraternities, c
business concerns. The spirts
patriotism If properly promoted
and made effective, . will crowd
out petty jealousies and imagin-
ary differences between the peo-
ple to the end that they may all
strive for a common cause to re-
tain the hl>erties Jor which the
nation's forefathers fought, bled
To the dictionary deft
tcr of a century has , served a*
general superintendent of motive
power for Southern Pacific linei
on the Pacific Coast, will retirt
_. . .. . . Friday, according to announce
Transactions iri the district court ,mpnt made herfe Thursday by of'
ceipt of a telegram Wednesday to
the effect that Dan Petty, her
cousin by marriage, had died in
San Antonio late Tuesday.
'Mr. Petty was related to Mrs.
T. C. Ford, also of Orange. Fu-1 . , . , ,— —
neral services for Mr. Petty are Ln1je*,Leins!2Ji^Ji ,' .""f . ticials of that railroad
held in San Antonio
sy, burial to
half over, it was stated to-
day by officials of the Rents Ad-
ministration office. All rental
property must be Mastered not
latfr than August 13, it was ex-
"iltion of the Wcrd "Patriotism,'
which is.> love of one's country,
should be preceded" try theword
In Navy Addition
ct Judge He will be succeeded by B. M
an"jBrown, now assistant general su-
iperintendent of motive power.
Brown and McCormick are both
"j graduates of Texas Agricultural
and Mechanical College. Brown
Started railroading at Houston in
Mrs. A. Berwick etafl
Thigpen etal, a
title caae In which
A new Camp Fire group was heard on Wednesday, j
organized this week in the Navyj Defendant win
under the sponsorship of | plaintiff ,the sunt iff $100 per
the Orange Pilot club with Miss month in an alimony hearing in
Brownie Sloan, sponsor. Mrs. the caae of Shannon vs, Shannon.
The rubber in a washing ma- Luther f. Marr, of Navy addition The >100 per month is to be paid
chine would make gas masks for is guurdi^ of the group which during tlx period '«&*(£■■
three U. 8. soldiers. now has ate members. - I of the trial.
10 EE HOST
August the Sea Scouts of
ihip Naiitills of Orange will be
i'>st to all the Sea Scouts In the
'■abine Area. The ceremonies
Saturday night will be similar to
"tie Bridge of Honor-that was held
n Orange last' month.
Visiting ships are expected frem
,'ort Arthur, Groves, Benunioht,
ind Lake Charles After the cer-
•monie* there will be a dance for
ill senior Scouts. '
Miss Fsnnye Besty and W. A.
Martin, co - supervisors of the
new City - County Play Center
at Anderson School Park announc-
ed this week's sctodule as follows:
Thursday: 7:30 a, m. girls bi-
cycle club; 0:30 a. m—1,3 noon,
softball: 0:30-10:30. fahletlc
games; 10:00-11:00, handicraft in-
structions: 10:00-11:00. folk dan-
cing; 11:00-11:30, bingo party, ail
ages; 1.00-2:00„v. jtory telling;
6:30-10:30, adult folk dancii
Anderson School court.
Friday: 0^0-10:30, a
The Orange Lions club board of
directors will meet tonight, 7:30
o'clock at the "Capistrano cafe
With Elmer Newman, second vice
president of the club in charge, for <01.
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