The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 60, Ed. 1 Monday, March 15, 1943 Page: 2 of 4
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THE ORANGE LEADER
ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1943
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THE ORANGE LEADER
Published every afternoon ex-
cept Saturday, and Sunday morn-
ing at 503 Front street, by the
Orange Leader Publishing Co.
Entered at Orange, Texas P. O
as Secorjd Class Mail Matter Un-
der Act of Congress March 3, 1918.
B. QUIGLEY, Editor & Pub.
FLORENCE BRANDT, City Ed.
SULA MAE 'TURNER, Soc. Ed.
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///.—EMhLOYMKNT , SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK
7. Help Wanted
TWO YOUNG LADIES
For Counter Girls
In Front Office
Park and Tenth -
SMALL Grocery tor sate. One
item nets $10.00 daily, exclusive
concession. Box 10 earc Orange
U I PlilW O&t*.
By R J. SCOTT
O* RUSSIA , FR.EE!>
MORE SLAVES<HAV4 „
7HY MAH IK HIS-TOR^
RUSSIAK SERFS "fMEIR.
L BUSINESS DIRECTORY
4.\ Card of Thanks
in 2. Lodge Notices
' 3. Lost and Found
■ 4. Special Notice*
* T. Help Wanted _ ,
8. Situations Wanted
. U- Schools
12. Private Instruction
. M- Business Opportunities
- IS' Loans
VI. FOR REN*
0 17. Rooms
* 48. Apartments
,.29. Trailer Space
M - #t. Farms -
M ' 22. Business Opportunity
- U> Household Goods
"24. Wanted To Rent
vm. FOR SALE
_ I 28. Household Goods
CI M. Business Equipment
50. Machinery and Tools
51. Building Materials
82. Seeds, Plants
13. Livestock and Poultry
34. Real Estate
15. Automobiles .
?'*S7. Auto Service
, 39. Motorcycles
' 10. Household Pets
41. Wanted To Buy
NOW OPEN! Luckle's New Ilolel,
006 Third. Make room reserva-
tions at Lucre's Hotel Dormi-
tory, 300 Front Street, Phone
TWO Room furtiKhrd apartment.
316 Third Su Bland Addition.
£ U Lll V A.<EPj HYHE.
_ Jgading to acquiring furiJishe<l|iErv. in Rommel's positions yester-
DR. M. E. MAIER. JR., Veterlna-
ian, 901 Tenth Street.
,~8. Lost and Found
20. Trailer Space
TRAILER SPACE. 807 Cherry.:
Shade trees, sanitary conven-'
24. Wanted To Rent
PLACE in country to keep stock, j
Box 11, care Orange Leader.
MIDDLE-Aged quiet couple want
2, 3, or 4 rooms. Permanent.
References. Phono 2607-J,
$10.00 REWARD for Information
JAP AIRDROME AT LAP
-fm -? rock i*
A HAIR fronlike
By Daniel De Luce
Allied Headquarters in North
Africa, March 15. (AP) — U. S.
Mitchell bombers raided Marshal
German trucks, a staff car and a stroked Saturday night. All the
motorcycle. I Allied air operations were carried i
The limited activity suggested (out without loss.
that both sides were concentrating
en moving up supplies before
chancing the opening of another
major engagement. With Allied
heavy bombers grounded by the
weather, Axis convoys presumab-
! ly stepped up traffic from Sicily
J to Tunisian, ports.
(Perhaps referring to the Hein-
| ket formation shot up by the
Spitfires, the Italian high com*
one, t\vo or three room apart-
ment, by couple with 3 year-
old child. 402 Schley Avenue,
or dial 2230,
10x13 lent. 4 ft. .wail, Kond lumber.
For quick sale, $<>0.ot) cash. 407 j
Border St! Stye S. M. Monroe.
TWO SADDLE Horses. Saddle.!
Cheap. 812 Evans, Navy Addi-
28. Household (ioods
New and ' Used furniture
Rlsr Trade-in Allowance
On Used Furniture
110 PORDER DIAL 4613
WALNI'T Bed, vanity and bench,
Sealy mattress and eoi1 springs.
$125. Gold fine's Dial 2814.
LOST—Black purse containing
check, cash, important papers.
Return papers. Reward. Leslie
N. Hearn, 1724 Main.
29. Business Equipment
day in a continuation of the aerial
assault intended to soften the Ma-
roth line for the British Eighth
army's coming push although bad
woatlwr _alrnoM paralyzed the air
war elsewhere in Tunisia.
" Spitfires and Warhawks of the
western dtsert air force escorted
the Mitchell formations on their
missions of destruction and made
numerous sweeps independently
without interception, military
PiOmmcl holds ground in a semi-
circle before Gen. Sir Bernard
Montgomery's forward elements
on the Medenine plains.
Allied and enemy patrols prob-
ed opposing positions.
RAF Spitfires defending Allied
shipping olf the Algerian coast
caught a formation of eight Hein-
kel III torpedo bombers yester-
day. shot down one and damaged
several others without loss, it
Spitfires roving over the north-
ern Tunisian front, where, rain
hogged ground forces,, shot up
should interfere, indications were j explosives.
Marriage licenses issued at the I today that this would be the great- Results: A
Orange county clerk's office over est week so far this season for the tered window
the week-end" included: stirring of Orange county soil iij .a burned leg.
Andrew Gethern West and Miss j Preparation and planting of Vic-j otisly hurt.
mand communique broadcast from1 Odile Perkons. . jtory gardens throughout the city j .
Rome and recorded by the Asso-j Willie Williams and Mrs. Moarl i nnd rufral districts.
ciated Press said Axis torpedo Nance. j Rice farmers are making plans THIS RESTRICTED ERA
loud roar, a shat-
torn trousers and
Smith wasn't seri-
profit. If you.want a square meal
join the army." .
planes operating off Bone hit a
large merchant ship In a convoy,
(The communique, which also
mentioned advercse weather in
Tunisia, said anti - air.praft fire
destroyed one Allied plane
and Mrs. to start planting, probably by the: Kansas City. CAP) — Lieut
| last of the week, with approxi-; Barney Mahoncy of fho police
I matcly 12,000 acres before them., traffic division stored again at
, A new economical, washable j j lhe ticket mailed in by a motorist.
paint dries in 60 minutes, needs' ' There, plain as couH be, was
__ nnd only one coat, has no objection- Many secrets of religion arc not: the charge against Jack E. Koll-
German fighters shot down anoth- able odoV, requires only water for perceived, till they be felt,, and man:
er over, the Sicilian channel,) j thinning, and has a high degree are not; felt but in tfv? day of a ''Running a green light."
Two .enemy bombers were de- of light, reflection. i great calamity .—Jeremy Taylor. Mahoney cancelled it.
f hby.brino sooo t'see
DRINK# AH' KEEP yOU,BAU)N*.l. VLL
>EM COMItsI -- , )fave a orangeade.
i'm bvjyin.. h i see vou're a #\
a>v y \ CCDr.C akit r .
ONE NATIONAL Cash resistor.
A.-F.. Burns'. Dial 4349 or 4165.
1 GLASS show ease. 1.101 Cherry,
1 V-J. Special Notice«
.32. Seeds, Plants
The Best Place to F.at.
' in Town
Open 4 A. M. to' 0 P. M.
Charlie Stovall. Operator
£Tst YOlrR Rooms, houses or
apartments with Local No. i!007,
" at telephone 4521.
I IKE to borrow or rent Imby
grand piano. Dial 4522.
TOMATO Plants. lOe doien. Not
j hothouse plants. 50(1 Orange. Dial
7: Help Wanted
GIRL For office work between 111
and 30 years of age. Ileception-
—•—iwt. Small amount of typing re-
ired. Pleasant work in air-
conditioned office. Salary $16
per week to start. Texas State
; Optical Co., Holland Hotel. Dial
•MEN wanted for nearby Rawlelsh
Routes of 800 families. Good
profits for hustlers. Write to-
■ day, Rawleigh's Dept. TXC-
560-S, Memphis, Tenn.
CASHIER. Good wages. Gordon's
Barbecue, 304 Border.
EXPERIENCED CASHIER, food
•salary. Lone Star Super Store.
■!3. Livestock & Poultry
SADDLE Horse. Oran 1'eveto.
501 North Street, Hrownwood.
SEE Us for Dixie. famous chicks
Sexed or unsexed. Camp Grains
3 Brood sows with piss: registered
. . Hampshire boar. Jack Coufmictr
?/. Real Estate
HOUSE and 195 x 75 lot. Reason-
able. Write A. F.. Slaughter,
Route 1. ;
4-ROOM House. 2 lots; fenced
chicken yard. Utilities: Fourth
and Hickory, Browinvood Add.
.l-itOOM house. 2 lots. $800: 10
acres, $500. Fred Burton, 1012
NEW Small House, lot: furnished.
Norris, Spooner Add.
1X)T and two houses, cheap. See
Luther Bennett, 60S Scott Street.
1935 Chevrolet Coupe. $50 cash.
See E. A. McCoppin, 120« Tenth
or Dial 4217.
CHILDERS UNITED FRUIT STORES, SUPER MARKET AND CAFE
OPEN EVERY NIGHT fTLL 10
GREEN AVENUE FROM HIGH SCHOOL
901 Green Ave
FULLER FUNERAL HOME
HOW AUICD" BOMBIRS are blasting the Jap base at I^ae, New Guinea, Is revealed in this aerial photo
taken during a raid. Bomba can be seen bursting among buildings, upper right. Grounded enemy
planes also have been damaged. This is a~41 S. Army Air Forces photo. (International Sountjphoto)
, —Bucyrtts, O. (AP) — Patrons of
SCHOOLBOl BLITZ ' a coffee shop here found its
Memphis, Venn. (AP) Ar- j doors locked and the following
|thur C. Smith. 16, took to school [sign conspicuously displayed:
some homemade torpedoes he "No coffee, no sugar, rto meat,
' concocted with chemicals. Striding uo help, no Oil, no h,;at and no
| down the corridor, he swung a
conditions i book too close to the pocketful of
Airplane windows made from
liimarith, a transparent cellulose
acetate - hase plastic which
screens out the burning rays of
I the sun arc coming into use in
i an effort to protect crows of Army
and Navy warplanes from the
deleterious, effects of sunburn. On
long bombing flights behind cer-
tain types of plastics, crew mem-
bers have returned seriously
burned. In this condition they
often ran the risk of serious-skin
infections set up through contact
with soiled gloves or other parts
of their wearing apparel.
well it "v wmmta ya mean?" i'm
was swell i stickin' right wit'cha
SURE * I'M THE
I I MOIOER *EM f " "
WELL- - MV WHOLE
PLAN^ DONE PER T NITE
THIS RUINS IT
SEEIM' VOO, 1 AIN'T RUNNIN OUT ON
RUFPV. 1 NO RALf HEV, BRING
■ MORE DRINKS
t OR SALE
llftK' ." il U y I .iten' Utll
TOO, I COU0T IF I HAVE HIT THE SCLUTlOM
MYSELF / BUT I KNOW WHAT I'LL DO I'LL.
MAKE THAT FtTTlNlfij THE Flft&T CHANCE
I GET AMD e>WE vr '
STILL.WH6N i RECALL HIS NERVOUS
BREAK-dbWN CAMB JUST AS HE FINI
THIS—H'M# IT'S JUiT BARELY POSSIBLE
seems to me, if the action of this
one doodad were reversed and a
supplementary bar were inserted
here - but no| dan would have
seen that, SURELY, j j—y
1-ltOOM house boat, complrtel)
furnished;, two row boats; out-
board motor. Inquire at the
Prances Marie, Third St. Dock
//. Wanted To lluu
uAMH.INr, Kante, prefer Cole-
man, i;ood condition, .'too Myers
Cove Addition. Mrs. Elmei
CLEAN COTTON KACiS. No but
tons. 7 cents per pound. Orange
„ .BY EAU'
WE'VE Gor AM
I NOU-VOU MEAN L^rlM-l j
HIMCOOM a |-l^m
t SECOND V-i
THE MOTION'[ hi
WANTED—Vounc Jersey cow. T.
It. tested. Telephone 4236.
LETS TAKE IN A WAf2
THE TOWN IS SIMPLY
VMELL.r GUESS IT"
WOULD BE THE
WANTED TO BUY
We pay spot cash for used
furniture, jjas and oil wtoves,
bedroom and living
SCOTT & DLI HON
306 Fifth Phone 7134
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 60, Ed. 1 Monday, March 15, 1943, newspaper, March 15, 1943; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth221285/m1/2/: accessed April 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.