The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 60, Ed. 1 Monday, March 15, 1943 Page: 4 of 4
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THE OEANGE LEADER
ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1943
CITATION BV PUBLICATION
Tb: Doris Thackcr Defendant,
You are hereby commanded to
appear before the Honorable Dis-
trict Court of Orange CoUnty at
tbC" Court House thereof, in Or-
ange, Texas, at or before 10 o'clock
IT-M. of the first Monday next
•fter the expiration of forty-two
Jays frorti the date of the issu-
ance of this citation, same being
Um 19th. day of April A. D. 1943,
and there to answer Plain-
Petition filed in said Court,
SY en the 6th Day of
1 M a r c h A. D. 1943,
in this cause, numbered 1496 on
the docket of said court and styled
Ernest Thacker Plaintiff, vs. Doris
*"A~brief statement of the natune
suit is as follows, to wit:*
ta is a suit for divorce upon
. grounds of harsh and cruel
treatment, as Is more fully shown
by Plaintiff's Petition on file in
| tttt this suit.
lttoc The officer executing this pro-
tnP <*ss shall promptly execute the
I on «ame according to law, and make!
due return as the law directs. j
' Issued and given under my
| the band and the Seal of said Court,
i at Office in Orange, Texas this the
|$M W*. day of March A. D. 1943.
A Attest: T. M. Dodd, Clerk, Dis-
lof i " trict Court, Orange Coun-
Thl (Seal) Texas.
THE D HOME TOWN
IJ*®* NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF
" DREDGE CARIBBEAN
I tMt * jj K. Smoot, owner . of . the
Idredge S. S. Caribbean, docked
! |t Orange, Texas, will sell such
vessel to Port Iron & Supply
I Company, Inc. Titsin^h Street,
' J'ort Arthur, Texas on March
|r|p 80th, 1943. All claims against this
Vessel should be presented in writ-
, ^ ing to the purchaser before this
COPVIU0HT MM KING FEATI/flE* SYNDICATE Ir c WORLD ItlOHTS REiSERVRD
N. Y.'s Mayor Sam
At Ideal Man far Job
BENGAL — Last Times Today
H "TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
ipHVhereas navigation in the Sabine
|g River is obstructed and endanger-
3^ ed by the wreck of the seagoing
|]bir barge "Jack Ray" sunk in the
Sabine River approximately one
4^ mile below the City Dock at Or-
ange, Texas, notice is hereby giv-j
•^•en that .unless said wreck is re-
nt" moved by the owner or owners
Pthereof within Thirty (30) Cal-
endar Days from March 8. 1943,
it will be removed and disposed of
by the United States under the
authority of Federal Law; Sec
tion 20 of the River and Harbor
Act of March 3. 1899 (30 Stat.
1164; 33 USC 415.).
In an effort to combat absentee-
ism, the Bell Aircraft Co., Buffa-
lo, N. Y., announces that it will
designate a# "AWOL'' those em-
ployees who fail to obtain per-
^mission for being absent. An
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the best point on your dial !
A sccnc from that dii*y, daffy fun fest.. "Laugh Your Blues Away," with
Jinx Falkcnburg, Bert Gordon, Douglass Drafc#, Isobcl tlsoin, Roger Clark.
"AWOL" card will replace their 1
"usual time card and approval;
Irvm the foreman or department] Tn CL,AU/ k/lrtwi« r f
head will be required .before the 1 ° J',UW fVlOVie OF
resumed'.1',s rc,urht'd "nd work G-Men Training
LUDLOW'S Parking Lot
,Npxt to ABC Store No. 1
ALL DAY PARKING 25c
HOUR RATES 10c
Houston, Texas, March 15. (Spe-
cial).— A short moying picture,
showing FBI agents of the Hous-
ton Field Division at their month-
ly firearms practice,... will be
shown at the FBI police confer- j
Expert Tire Service
J. D. Foster, Repairman
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C. H. WRIGHT, Mgr.
All Work Guaranteed
On Port Arthur Highway
Near Spector's Wrecking Yard
Dry Goods Store
904 SECOND STREET
Also Stationery, Postage
And War Defense Stamps.
OPEN DAILY O.QA
UNTIL O.JU p. M.
/7« RkQ-R-J-* f.-Uu
enee nt the Edson Hotel in Beau-
mont on March 24 at 7 p. in., R.
J. AbbaticChiu Jr., Special Agent
in Charge of the Houston office,
All agents of the FBI. he said,
must be qualified to handle six
different kinds of ijuns before
they graduate from the Bureau's
training school, and they must be
capable of using them under all
sorts of conditions. They have to
learn to . shoot their revolvers
j from every position, and rapidly
enough so that- they will not be
| handicapped in a gun battle \vjth
| a criminal. They also can use
their machine guns from a sta-
| tionary position or lire them from
| a moving car.
j To insure each agent's effici-
| ency "ivith the guns used by the
! FBI, he pointed out, the Bureau
j has perfected an intricate train-
!'ing course, which must' be cotn-
> pleted by the agents approxi-
,1 mately once a month during the
j time thry jn the service. The
| movie will show how this course-
j is carried out by agents under ac-
| tual training conditions.
Also on the program are two
j commercial movies, dealing with
j the activities of Nazi-agents in
! war time. ''For the Common De-
i.fense", one of the "Crime Does
Monday, March 15, Ki'DM
4:00 Uncle Sam
4:30 Singing Strings
4:45 •" Sea Hound
5:00 Terry and the Pirates
5:15 Hop Harrigan
5:30 Jack Armstrong
5:45 Captain Midnight
6:00 Up to tiie Minute News
6:05 Treasury Song Parade
6:15 10-2-4 Ranch
6:30 Lone Ranger
7:00 Watch the Wpild Go By
7:15 Lum and Abner
7:30 This is My Story j
7:45 Smile Awhile
8:00 Counter Spy
8:30 Spotlight Band
8:55 Little Known Facts
9:00 Raymond Gram Swing
0:15 Oracle Fields
9:30 Alee Temple ton
0:35 Chamber Music Society
10:00 Star Reporter
10:15 Joe and Vicki
10:30 Carl Ravazza's Crch.
10:55 A P News
11:00 Jimmy Dorsey's Orch.
11:30 Gay Claridge's Orch.
11.55 A P News
12:00 Sign Off
Tuesday, March 16, KFDM
0:00 Six O'clock Edition,
6:45- Eye Opener
6:55 Treasury Song Parade
7:00 Daily War Journal
7:15, Sabine Tabernacle
7:45 News Summary
been given a chance to discuss
new methods of capturing spies
How AItol-: LaGuardlr
For Toufl!. Tntt.
By CHARUU t. STIWART
Central Press Columnist
m TT RECOMMENDATION by New York's Mayor Fiorello H.
L*r .dia of the death penalty for meat black marketing may land
I - ardla in a federal adminlatratlv* post, it la reported In Wash-
✓igorou personalities are recognized aa essential to adequate
handling of today's national war situations and one such personality
Manhattan's "Little FlowSr" certainly la possessed of, if anybody Is.
There la talk to the effect that he la largely wasted in dealing
with such little municipal problems as those of a burg like Gotham.
Then along came his testimony aa a witness before a committee
investigating black market conditions. They certainly are a local
sanitary issue in a congested spot of Manhattan's
If they involve a diseased meat dissemination of
disease and death, Fiorello is very properly deeply
concerned with them. His death-sentence suggestion,
thoug)>,~ struck the investigating committee with
something of a Jolt. Licensing of dealers, with license revocations
and fines or prison terms for violations, have been urged. But the
firing squad ? It took Fiorello to think that up.
Yet the shock was not an unfavorable one for Manhattan Isle
It marked him aa an Individual who haa "pep" and Initiative.
Then along came Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of the Empire State, with
his signature on a bill providing for its premier city. In the event
of Its current mayor's abandonment of civil duty for military
service. That particular transformation will not occur, of course;
Fiorello is too valuable on the home front to be apared for duty
anywhere else. -
Nevertheless, LaGuardta obviously is being speculated upon.
There are plenty of differences of -opinion in official Washington.
Director Leon Henderaon of the Office of Price Administration
had them with rival set-ups. He was pretty hard-boiled, too, but the
opposition got his goat and he had to retire. Fiorello is harder-
boiled than that.
I have mentioned the Office of Price Administration from which
Leon Henderson was crowded out as director. OPA's new manage-
ment is wobbly, too.
LaGuardia should be- able to boss It, in opposition to anybody.
Opposition Jiy other bureaus Is what queered Leon.
The OPA haa been accused of bungling. Leon may have made
mistakes, but he did not bungle. His trouble was that he was In-
terfered with. Fiorello Is not the kind of individual who'd tolerate
interference. Not for a minute!
Meat regulations haa been one of our chief complications lately.
General Counsel William LaRoe of the Independent Packers"
Association, notably has blamed OPA (our meat regulators) for it.
Whether or not he is right may be questionable,
but Leon Henderson was not able to settle the mat-
ter. Fiorello LaGuardia is tough enough to termi-
nate it His motto Is, "Don't merely watch the
situation; SETTLE It!"
A metropolitan New Yorker, LaGuardia Is pro-
labor and pro-agriculture. He is in line with big business and in-
dustry, within reason. He is with their" workers and with the
farmers. He really is a remarkable all-around economist. I knew
that guy when he was In congress. He truly Is an all-around publle
He will never be president, because he's too recently of "old
country" ancestry. By parentage he Is Italian.
But If there was an Ideal man for the present situation—he la
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Breakfast at Sard is
Little Jack Little
United Press News
Treasury Song Parade
Farm and Home Hour
Chuck Wagon Gang
Uncle. Sam Calling
U. S. Army Band
^ly True Story
Treasury Star Parade
Word of God Prcgram
Me- First 6*IT«wc> -m*
MAJORS WiTM TM6 AlHfcCTlCS
PACK iA «9VT
ANTI - CLIMAX
Oroville. Calif. (AP) -==-Just as
the motion picture reached a cli-
max power failure stopped the
projection machine, leaving the-
ater pati'ons wondering whether
the hero returned to his wife or
slipped away with the other4 wo-
man in his life.
The customers became impa-
Finally Theater Manager Wal-
ter E. Tooley, in a loud voice, ex-
plained that the hero returned to
Then everybody went home.
Men of Land, Sea. Air
Ten Minutes from Broad-
A P News
Oklahoma City. (AP) —He was
married here "sometime during
January, February, or possibly
March, 1940." The Pennsylvania
man wrote the marriage license
Austin, Texas. (AP) — The
legislature recessed until Tues-
Members need the time to com-
pute their federal income tax,
There was no debate.
MEN'S, GIRLS and CHILDREN'S
With New Tires and Tubes . .
—COMPLETE LINE OF PARTS—
Lights, luggage carriers, baskets,
chains, scats, spokes, pedals,
hangers, sprockets, Longhorn
handle bars, front and back
wheels, fenders, tires and tubes.
Acetylene Welding and Painting
Of All Kinds.
1111 SIXTH STREET
KEEP 'EM ROLLING
bureau. And could they tell him j
please, his wife's name
They told him.
They also mentioned the fapt' a
divorce was recorded. A
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PAPEYE III "SEEING RED,
v__' WHITE AND BLUE"
"MOM NEWS EVENTS"
Last 2 Days
N O T rt^E ! ,
To All Member
JE PIPE FITTEf
Local No. 411
Our meetings are held the
and third Sundays of
eh month at ? p. m. at the
Labor Temple. 109 Fifth
set, Orange, Texas.
is jro«r duty to attend.
FRANK E. HALL
B. A. F. S. tc T
I Not Pay'' sei'ies, deals With sul>-
I versiye agents in South America
j and shows liovv they were'run to
j ground by cooperation between
j North .American and South' Am-
erican police agenpies. Another
j picture, "Mr. Blabbermouth", em-
j phasizes the necessity of every
j citizen's keeping war information
secret. It Shows what can hap-
pen when an unimportant indi-
vidual talks too much and the
information falls into Axis hands.
The conference, Mr. Abbatie-
j chlo said, is part of a pr ogram nr-
, ranged by the FBI to handle
' special problems arising from war
conditions. Since the outbreak of
j hostilities, the FBI and local Ipw
. eniorcement agencies nave been
working in close cooperation. By
meeting periodically, they have
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See meals actually cooked by Mrs. Thelmu Carson,
TVIiss Klimhplk anil Mn OrVi>l<>n«
meal planners are invited.
Health for Victory is a national movement approved
by Uncle Sam.
—Extra- GOVT. REEL
'SINCE PEARL HARBOR"
"CONROB TIIE SAILOR"
ORANGE FOODS AND NUTRITION COMMITTEE
AND LOCAL INDUSTRIES
OUR DELIVERY SERVICE
will be discontinued
for the duration
The labor shortage, tire and gas-
oline rationing and other factors
make this step necessary.
7th at Front
This space contributed to the cause
by Gulf States Utilities Company.
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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/m1/4/: accessed April 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.