The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 361, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 16, 1937 Page: 1 of 4
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.In Orang* County, Burl of th*
Boothsast Tsxas Luottr,
Farm and Indutrlal Bn
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winds on eougt thls:'>aftein
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ORANGE, TEXAS, TIlUBSpAY, DKCKMBRB 10, 11)37
NUMB EH :m_;
Tho' Urnrmo County Medical asao-
Pint ion Jn (>!cctllU new officers at a
meeting held Tuesday night. placed
Dr. I,. O. Thompson at the head
of tha . organisation an president-
Other officer* I'lacU^i at -thin time
were: Dr- H. \V. I'wife, vice |> res-
ident: Dp. V, W, Lawaon, secre-
tary-treasurer; delegate to "Texas
State Medical convention. Dr. H. W.
Peaive. alternate, Dr. P. W Law
•hi : bgtrd of censors, Dra. C. K
Phillips, U O, Thompson and W. L.
Alspuch. - ' .
Two new moodier* were received
into the aaaociation by transfer*:
I*"" John M Hndth Iron* the Arkan-
sas Stale tlallnl association and
I r. VV .♦ispach" from the I ifclie-
ltrnm KUMe Medical laMK'UUun.
The asportation plains to hold
monthly wrrltnp from now on.
Up to the present time there have
been nitre tliuif 3UU Orange county
school children. imtuunlKud against
diphtheria by vaccination, according
to l)r. J. ' D. Yates. county health
.Most of these children have been
vaccinated free of charfte, ui>on rec-
ommendation of the teacher* of the
children. Tlxsc able to pay are re'
quired to pay only a nominal sutiV
to cover the expense. l>r, Yates
Stated. Yesterday there was a group
of alsiut <0 children (nought to the
court house from the Maurlceville
cominnity to be vutvinutcd by Dr.
W t l
• J D !(• •<
trial J*« V
DEFERRED D U E
tlue-to the pr*««t*r< tk f,*r |«a*i wrft-
tb«r the Orange-JaspsM- allatar fn>l
l* ll game scheduled to I— played at
tti (onlihl iindkr auk
pbtNt of Uoyd tiritMa post of the
Ano rtran MtH-.n for the hrncfit of
chart* jr. wax t~~lt-.i.r t until 1 -Hi
Saturday aigtn It wa •mi.uwwl
this afternwm bv V T lb Hon, chair-
Funeral Held For
Mrs. Matilda Innis
TEAM DUE HERE
Ily FKANK MAXffKlJ,
• I awrence i'uikle" Park hurst and
Donald Cohent ur were awarded the
Cohenour trophies for being the most
valuable backfield anil line perform-
er, respectively, of the 1 J7 Orange
High school football team at the an-
nual football luimiiiet held at the
Klrst Met hi dint church last night,
the trophies being presented to the
player* by K W. Stephenson after a
accret ballot vote by tfie Orange
Athleflc Council. The trophies which
are donated annually by Mr. and Mrs.
M. 1. Oifogmn r, are the highest bon-
ers possible for uieiitl>ei's of the team
to attain. Also during the lwtii|u«t.
at* a surprise "play." Dexter Shelley,
popular Tlgit coach, named the men
recommended hy him aa let lermew
these players to receive either sweat-;
ere or jackets after mid term. pi >
tiding the/ pass a sufficient an
Helton, Anlla Cunningham. lxillta
Mi Heath, Uivern Dorr and Jane (Jo-
hvni.ur, along With the cheer lenders,
John is. .Sanders, \iho i.owry describ-
ed as assistant iuporln'tendent of
schools, «le.>r«e Mil!ruy, Misses Mar-
is. Holllngsnorth ijid Jaunltu Result;
«ere highly pralsAl by J>iwr.V. Outo
Keepers, none of whom
ever (jet to
game were also
* I -i " i m *
. ahb- Itneiiian
see III ell of
Ed Kekhelt. spoils writer of the
S.iblnc Niches tllifrlrl with head-
■piarierx in ituna' was Intioduced as
the first speaker t|f the evening and
he staled that whj!e the teams in
the dliectbai of Itlltia could nor meet
| the Tigers on the (tid)ron, they were
j willing, to meet them in any vxu>
they can to akl tluni lit said t,liat
j It na l« for t irange it all ilssw
I. U HilKhMt chairinM ot the
i athb-tic e« uticil .briefly re^ieweyu ihe
! whhli h«-*tenuel aa a highly
■urceesfal one and fledged himself
| as hrtnt I an pet* <*eitt tH-tilml the
\ team memisrs no* and hi the f
I'ophle* to l he l
Me pinlsMl the wak of
IlciMirdlesfi of weather comlltlons,
Orange will greet the Marhlehend.
Mass.. fool hall team ami. party ar-
riving here i vor the Southern I'a-
j 11 fie passenger station at SM8 this
j ..I (*. StaufUdd, who has agreed to
! duplicate Ids set-up aa grand mar>
■ shal i f the ilayTusert ort Armlsth'c
<t-i j stated tha/ nil iirrnn'jeniitits
] lisid been made Weather lotutllIons
j will govern as to whether or not ttu>
• Itengal tluards and l.utch Ulark's
| toys' (land ulll be out a In UK with
i ethers as previously planned. J
White Christmas Is
, The >1r«f IVrsby tvrlati church will
| have an iiusuwlly interesting pro-
■rani for the While t 'hi 1st mas scr
I *he at Mic church next Wednesday
evening at 7..'Hi o'cb-ck.
Tlx- i>r ttrum will feature I'lewont
' Young of lleaainonl who Will pre-
sent the i'hrt«ttints n rt ant) et i
Hef. re U,
M for Mr* Matilda
U. were VM
ull ill# *««• ■ Iiln ut
mmwtte Orang* ye*-
with Rev W- It
f the Klr*t Christian
I. burial tnklna plan
of tha Oiimeyer fa-
Mrs Inn I
un I red hj
To ri-count the aalded convenlene**
and eomtorta coming to t r*nge In
the past ito years In. 1 <h> the'paving
of Isutgiaii afreets, the advvtit of nat-
ural gas the building of the new p.*t
office. i,« nstrttrUfin of a new stnrm
se*er systato, tlui mialernlsation of a
numlier of U. Ildlnjf", laiil.llng of the
Hah4ne river bridge, paving of tlreen
avenue, constrte Hon of tlie new court
honae. The llkt recounted la only a
partial one uJiri, di as not reach out
into the Industrial Improvements nor
does It Include various achieve-
ments that touch other portions of
V"' cotinty o.lside of the city. What
tn the Hat of, things ao-rely neinled
In tho resident sections of Orange
could not be orarlooknd - the putting
down of miles <tf sldewalka." curbing,
(h-lvewnys, and walkways from tho
walks to home premises. With the
work that. Is smm to lie done by the
city 'iulmlnl«tratlon In .the way of
hard surfacing all streets, no doubt
a constJei able amo nt of the lm«
juovement aWork here suggested will
be done. When dust and mild trou-
bles are: ovcrco'ne tn the resident
sections there will nc doubt lie a new
DOWrco of Inspiration that will assert
In ihe cutalog'Ue of p bite' improve-
motitM cspeciulty that having to dti
With highways, importance of under-
(iiwmes and overpasses for highway
arid railroad intersections should not
bo overlooked. For instance that
over or underpass that must event-
ually became'a reality at the tlreen
avenue and Southern 'Pnciflc llaiV
road cogMv'ty crossing. In this pro-
ject there will be a problem, as to
how tho job can tie done for tho
i-est advantage of adjacent proper-
tics. The apfKiyont otmtacle can and
will be tivereome. ' A-
tn view of the faf-t that the drug
gery ts being; iMrgety taken ortt. of
farpi life for every membor of I he
family through conveniences of small
cost as a n-Hsli of much thinking and
some Inventions, the thought occurs
to the fari««ni""et (his section that
there should ho some immediate
steps lakeii lo protect the farm
homes and properties against fire
hagnvds. There are numerous in:
*t Hces of where the poor farmer
loaes the arei mulattons of a llfetlfe
to a result at a fire that destroys
his home when the general public
knows but litUc or nothing about it,
Suggestions jis to - practical -methoils
of protwtlpg; properties of the form
from/fire# . wlffhi. bring res.Its. Kire
insurance vttOer present general con-
dition* on the farm Is almost a mat-
ter of impossibility.
and Mrs. Inets had f-r the
several )«atra llve,| In a house
mis.reat to the l«uMmi:i -tde
of Mihlne river, oppoalte the plant
!*• Gulf Ktatea Cllllttes i-ompany.
I r the special r«s| eat of Mrs, Innls
she was ImrM Irnrith a "small Ire*
that stand* near the boat hi use.
cle,l I h
te he h
Hess School of
Music to Present
.r— Recital Friday
KvcrythitiH was In readiness to-
day for the .inn', ul recital of tho
Ileus School of Music to he held to-
morrow night ut 7:S0 o'clock In tho
city high anhocl auditorium with 5tl
piiplsi to tukc part.
I'rof- Kdwln I leas Is Instructor for
tho I'li'st National Institute of Al-
lied Arts. In addition to the pro-
gram to be "given li.v the pupils, tho
Orange l.ions club band, directed by
I'lnif, lless, .llmmlc Moss, cornetlst
• ' hole, of 1'ort Arthur, and Mrs. J.
B. Qultlley, of Otuiigc. violinist. Will
tie on the program. There will be no
admission charged and the public Is
cordially invited *
City Schools To
For Holiday Period
W. K. l«owry, a ipertntendenl of j
tlie Otaoitc city schtadg. announced !
today that the ChristmaM holiday va- ]
tut ion |«er|cd for the city achouls
would begin with Hie turning out of
«i hiM l tomorrow aflvmoon and wilt
inat up to Jan vary j. It la un<ler-
| siimmI that a large hi.cniage of the
I uw tiers wtsw ho<"e* are out of tha
city, have planned to spend the hot
! iit'i> s at tMr hottioa.
The rural scto
I exlotted to c
. caMed attetMett >- Ou fact that ha
j kM tMtl e < a v. BI ofMMt Ttiead
j night. He la the la *ket hall nw
♦ TV|I) ,me nt tho popular
j ever Ii |d..yeil hy the «4«y s. h. d ai
| i em made a short talk to Ihe pla ye
j rantilmiNt them to conttig e th«
J •tahileg split! In i«4K*e aa thfr ha
I In high arhmd. • #
I'hidr under the direction of Mr* C.
i fTs,r«H_ •
All niMnlmM « f lh« rli r« h . art*
urgMl (ti Hll#n«t nn< un* hh|
At) kUu f««r Wtiit«
t t r tuttt*alii m ill W IrfA'Ujtlit t«* (Mil
t~R D. Griifin, 49
Held In Timpson
I of tha county
r on W tHlnes |a <
ugh definite an
i t yet hern re -
M bf %
> mi Ihut
The Community Christmas Troo
Klre Co. ...
First National l;lank
Lions Club . ,... .. ..
l^vlngston Klitpbullding Co.
J. C. Tenney Co.
U. B. fJorcc
K. H. Mailloy . ^
■V. T. riolton
■1. W. Thlgpcn . . ....
A. K. ivirns
Alex Lott ..
Salilne Supply Co. ' ,
A Friend .
F. A. Uarrls ......
Orange Ihauranco A«oncy . ,
lirccn's Dept. store '
Oringo- PUlp & I'apcr Co.
Orango lloUiry cluh .
Retail Merchant!* Ass'n.
Senior Chamber of Commerce
Alio SnkolsUi, bushel of peciins.
Cfeo,. D. .Tones
.Cinderella Shoo Shop ...... . . ...
Oulf Suites Utllttlca Co
Ij. JF. Donckon^oln ..
A. Huckaliy ..... . ...w.
J. F. Thlgpen
Oran«o Furniture Co.
IftrijSB.e Book Store. ....
■...., Chlldren'g Story Hook
Mr. and Mrs, Ifrtl Carter 2.00
A. B. V: Stores 5.00
Mrs. II." Batetftan. , u.00
O. D. Duller . , .. ... 1.00
•Mi*, tiugene Cottle, 3 Imshels pccuns
F. .1. Dem«ry . ...
Stansbury Bakery . .T..
C. G. Kelt la .
Lutohor A Mooro I .be, (jo. 25.00
K. \v. Ilrown osiato js.oo
C F. Camp
Mr*. C. F. Camt> . .1,, .
.foe A ronton, 10 Ihs. Cofftm
.loo Aj-onaiin . . 10 lbs. Coffee
Z. W. Billiard i.oo
The funds are -helng turned over t"
Mrs. J. W. Thlgfven. secretary of the
ortinInni !)) *?• of which li. B., Clay,
commander of Lloyfl flnibbs post of
tha American Legion, la chairman.
. „ 5.00
last high school frs.thall Ihts mm son
and It Is Interesting to note that his
waa a case of from a third string
ipisrterimck |s«t lo th<" most vulil-
, i4ilv man In the t>ackfleld. an honor
j which he won by hi* deterrolnnllon
and Inspiration- On ttie field he not
only Inspired his team mates hut the
funs alike. A slight frail bsiklng
youngster, lie has t.ine through a
touah season without an Injury pmv
lug that he Is plenty able to take-
rare of himself It was evident thai
I'aikhurst was very surprised when
hta name was announced as the win-
ner. hut there wus no do ,bt Sit all as
to hi* vij^e to the ttsim.
" The banots showed that Alan Me-
Coouodalc and Virgil Hi Hon ranked
second anil third,, respectively. In the
line, while Mickey Miami und Lloyd
LuSalle ranked llkowlse In the tiack-
The iiannuet got ■ niler way with
thosff* In attendance being served a
turkey dinner prepared by Mrs. /..
W. 1111 litucl uftij several of. the rnotti-
ers and served hy the Tiger Sweet
)u arts and the girl cheer leaders, A
huge cako In the form of a gridiron
was donated to the banquet hy Stans-
htiry'H. lutkery and was ca.t and set-
veil by .Miss Murtha Lou White, Ti-
Next in line were the acknowledg-
ments made by W. E. Is.wry who
served as mister of ceremonies A-
tueng thOHO thanked for help, ilurlntt
tho season were: thi< athletic advi-
sory board, especially It. C- Marsh.
Mat hew Skccter and Elwer Harmon
for their work In tuktng care of tick-
ot sales, and ini-eh that would come
mid# that hearting:, lie highly J r J*.
eih Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Cohenour for
thMr interest in athletics In Orange,
and for their generosity In present-.
Inn the trophies each'yetiljv*. Clrerneti
«od notice were thankert for their
untiring work during the games when
IhW handled traffic. crowds and
parked automobiles. Me extended
grntltvle to W. K. S. Dlckdrstffli
and Mrs L, W- Husttn.vre for their
work with the musical .units of the
school: V. T.. Bolton and Kaek Hit-
Hard were acknowledged as" the
two imnthers of the athletic coun
lil Wh" nere always In the middle of
anything which ha<f to do with the
letterment df renditions for the
Heam. '' K. W. Drown anil Lutiller
Wtark wot' both thanked for their
help throvghout the season, as both
helped Ifi many ways. Tiger sweet-
hearts, namely Msise* Martha Lou
VJhlte, Jean Massengnle, Johnny Mae
le each J?f«Jhe departing
I menihera of "the ten in TTRnrHm- and
wlshe l Ihem lllek. As a -ssWiplete
sitrprlw )«• minted the Mtermen of
| the was. -> along With those who will
r e« Ive nw tetters Ijetteiniti
for the «eason are: Virgil lUdion.
M I. k. y Itlimda. Ton* Hlaix httnl, the
Ituwli r "tains. , Walter Ileni he, Bo
i '^fcioitr, Harold Force, 1. W.
tin i n i.lo>*i LaSatie Co-catrtaln
I tnmi'mli, lli jidv Iis. John Henry
Is eke, Johnny McFarlaod, Alan Mc-
i *oi oaoda le. Itolnrt Nance. I .a w re ncc
t"ai'khur l. I'a I Hachal. Ward S*te-
I'heesmi. Jep Turtior. Wslier Taylor,
and Manager Hill lllchs. Itejierve
letter# went to W. L. Blariclaird Jack
t'onln. Henry frow, Johnny Kergu
sort, John Hart, Hobby Jackson. Iteans
Murrfly-. Curtis Tony and Cecil Wil-
ly. fiynatnlte Krunktln, assistant
manager, also wmh awarded a reserve
As the principal speaker of tin
ctnnfng. Is wry In trod <"i« 1 t,utcher
Stark who made a very Ihipreaislve
talk deilarlng that TS'\«rf produced
njore great football palyers than any
state in the I'nlon. and that «'iran«t.
had prudui'cd yiore - greai__footli«tl
-fliTyers tiuin. any town tn Toxas. It"'
brought out the fact that firady Wat-
son had bceOnte a legend , in f. otl.all.
tsnwls Weavw had been n great col
lege, player, lie ri ininde-l the crowd
that Ox Kmersan was an all sonth-
west' coiifer<-tice player and was till*
year chosen rt* all-Aiiierieun g; ard
on the professional twini. lie point-
ed out that -.Turn Klshl made history
tit Texas A awl M find as a rllaiox
te his speech of great. Oijin#.- loot-
ball ,|>la>crs he stated that nil over
America as well *s I•;itrrj.j <* w)ier«>vor
fcothall Is talked the ftiune Bohn
Milliard Ik artipretrie from tsintcr To'
border a nd const to coa st, a nil be
also stnW-1: that Orange'Would cob-
Untie t< produce jiood athletes, hut
was very emphatic that foot ball
Should hot he pjaced a hea l, of schol-
astics He totd team merSfcers n< t to
worry ahum siieh bin teams as we
found in,the dietrh't and in any class
A circles Ir I to work' hni-l with tlodi
eoaeti .«d ihey a. old finally reach'
the top. As proof of this statement
he (it'ouRht out ihc fact, tluit Connie
had a tcatft hot a hit lainw thanHr-
ange. nnit this team villi meet I<ong
view HiiMir lay afternoon in the semi-
final .game In the state of Texas He
highly praised Ih-xter Hhelley for Ins.
I'm iii^ilshments of ihe past season
anil snbl fllllt they were oiarv'loin-
In so m ieh As this was Shelley's first
year In orange
^ Mayor S. M Depwa was the flnrtl
speaker of the evening and he lm-
|>ressod the hoys with his statement
that it wjic not whether you won or.
nod Ktiitiui D
l . O.; thr«
Bach, of Oi
Mull r>f llitlv
it. n n
'« ll< Htlfl
. ffP y M
Mm Wm Hm-
I'M illtil Ml*. j. t.
Tiiwn in Ant cm lo; t*rt>th*
. d r* r J. J OHffln. MK of
I I. fktn. mivI ,1 1J, liHiKlli ot Hujtnr
| liiiitl ,
,\|t (lilfHn haft l *« ii h|Ui th«*
j \V« Ik* Frtrjrti runijHitty for
Auto Workers Office
Bombed In Detroit
j IHSTKOCT, I III. ((.VP) —
| <};• mnjtr \vi n rtiUN<«) tho
tV'mliliifr rnrlv f< dny of tli<* t/nl1^ l
f Aii|i>Ynol>ifr Worker*'. <UMr4rt ifffl'"'
f«1in<T!y tin h^tMliiiiartcrM for
j tlW" anion'* ^* #nt «tlirn to
! Fnril Mote r Co, w« rU# r«.
No. one woh In th* hntlrilnST.
! Wttt'lowi* hfttliOf) JITKJ wrim*'
} <opI^H of si Kjwefcif opinion "Tin*
) Auto WioHr'r," unlnn ti«por, wtw
j THV i la o ti' <11h
* M'Uintf* the JijH'rlal iwlitlon nt the-
I'Vifi tdrttn itrut* w nl 2 j>. tn. todny.
fo«t, bit< hc v y '>ii f l«yec1 the. «ani' <
ivhft'h counted In Ihe # ml.
The entire - ImmIv ' joined Hk- fin er
leuderA In hr "We'ri? f/fjyat l<>
V.uw mii«I the tt 3l7
hur/t}ti«K «'tMle 1. . }
A 'tiiUihllui |W< urs tti vtt e It joyed ;
by a Inrtr nt Ihe Altderwon J
•thiMil ludltorlum last nUht a hen
pupil* >.f Mis* Mildred Imd. t>utdlc I
>|v aklnt iMn ktr, preaented a I
Chilatmas play, "Misty Malvlny'a j
Nanta I Vuii," at T:I> u'tlack. Other I
numtwra on the |ir<Htriun wit* most <
ea| ■vlei tlntia t/y the (K hourt baby |
band and rholr.
~ Increase Studied 1
HAS* AVToXto Te*.. Dee, 1«. j
( A I" I A survey to determine what >
Ini'ii'llfa ct-uld be made In works j
Ptoitress .'idmlnlstmtloti |M>rs<inne|
for Tetas w^ttrjjeg It yt' t. rdiiy by II. I
I". ItroHRht stale ioi m In I sir a tor, af i
ter tils return from n' confcronce uf
reitlonal dtrecti r In New Orleans.
An Inereuse for the winter months
Will Is- tnitde possible lis a result of
n recent order by I lurry I.. Hopkins.
IV1 'A udinlniatrtitor . in Wastitnifton.
It «vi|« said., j
A stuff meetlnif called by Drought
Wns to determine Where Increased
payrolls woi>l<l Ins advisable. The
Int rensc will <lepend loritely. 1t was
lenmiKl .oti the uviilttthte aid from
i COURT HOUSE
AND CITY HALL
WAHHlKOTON. Dec t«. (AP) —
President Kotisevolt's Huiitenuntit In
coiHtresa I rted desperately today to
liaas tho wane-hour bill through tho
honae and the fartn bill through the
senate without further delay.
Debate' over proposed sbstltutea
threatened to hold i-p tsith key nieait-
ures. bul Icudern forced lcng seH-
stous lij un c.lTort to wear down op-
Neither hill can be sent to tho
white ho^se before the special aea-
shm ends IhK. tz unless there la al-
most unprece lented opeed in confer-
ence neaoilatlona lietwean senate
House lendera. successful In a'ard-
ln* off the first of aevaral -uKtfc*te<l
sulwt tiutcs for tha «a#-ti..iu bill,
said "Ihe worst la over," t'hh vote
which encrursged them waa A 1(9to
111 rejection of thi' American Fed-
eration of l^tb r*a pr. po««il
That measure would hav. written
into the law a niavltnuiu anorh week
uf (H hour* and minim, in waxes of
H> cents an hour for all InduatHaa In
The comutlttee bill would leave set-
tin* of th* standards ti an adntlnta-
tmtlno in the Ut.or dcnartmimt act-
ing on tha - recent id en daiion* of Ua-
lestuatlnc ramMltteea for each tn-
dastry - ;i f1.
I'rlrnds of the bill eA-prenbrd great-
er eoneern over atreimth demon-
strated for esrmplbtua from th*
ws0e-h«* r *tandsrds They nuteil
thai t 'f..re tlie A. K. of 1. *u
lute had bee a defeated il had
s men dad to provide far broad ex-
My Mf marine, the bona* voted
to etrlitde (T'h essecw .if all lartcai-
lural -'oatntudlt Us fiom the Wll*
The senate *|M>nt iiumM «f • ni#ht
sesMlon. th* first this fall. arsullMt
over divlflon of lb* farm • lulls cot-
ton llctmsnia *Hbin stales. It fi-
nally rejarted lT-|l a prnpuaal to
cnslder tilled lands and human
population In illncstll^c <|u'daa. and
lefl In effect tlie present IxuMa of al-
bcstb.n us |mist pimhinthn. u
Kailt.-i It spptiod I.. i. lie. .Italy
an amen tment by denioerntb iMtbr
Itarktey to limit udtnlnaltrntive coats
in M'aehtnatoii to na dm cent of the
pronram'a expenditures and thane
outside Washington to two |ier cent.
The senate tmused In the farm de-
bate long enough t. confirm the nota-
Itm'lun of Jerome Frank, attorney
find ardent new denier, and John
Honea. Xew York broker, to the se-
Il.e se and annate committees wisar
revising the adtulnltsrotlon'a lir us-
ing Mil. Inn hop,*.! to have It ready
for a vote la'foro ndj"tirnttteot.
. ..A tnu?!rh:-sre licenwf.wti* on rt-'-ord
tiidliy ut the office (if County "Clerk ■
W. A. ti inning which hml ts-en 1*-
iiK'.l to Mini Wlvlft and .Mis* Geneva
Yoei tn of Vinton, I,ai
Yangtze Patrol Has Battled
Bandits, Floods Since 1870
WaMII-VUTON. Dee. it,:. fAl') -
That little iwetlon of the Aiifrtean
ntivy op*rathi# lo Clilhfcfo ttnterw'., nit-
vat ofiti (Sis sold' today i>iol«tl ly hits'
been llBiJel fire more frouueiulv Id
the lust Ut -y*ais tluin mij oilier
H'.rr slttei IS 70, they i.td Ihe
atufy tif the Ynn*tie river Jintrol ntid
the Ho'ilt I'hlnti p/itrt t hfl-t^ietdi
sdMllW a 1th deeds of herolani.^irii#*
gtes with fl"i.sk*, nrid nun hntt'leM
with' Ixindttw'. i'lrlute.i nnd rffeters.
The fanny. Isimlied Sunday l>y
.l«|iiinese «*ia,tol'«. Waa the (first of
tl(* force lo be sunk bv « foreign
AcMvlties ■ In i)u Inst ileeadn, bow-
eier. were hlgMlEhted hy M'jl" " In
l#27, and laindli nttscks in lUXIt.'i!-
In the earlier year, the patrol
•pent r.vo month* 'ernouatln* Amer-
icans nn.l other forolgnirit from
Il inkow nnd other up river 'ellles
It hud lo call fur reinforcements
from the AsiaMie licet for n Imttle
with ilot ln<t natb nnllst. troops at
Ditrlitg the eigh|. oi«t th perloi lie*
K^nthif hi .Inly, 190, there wore 37
bundtl uttueks on the patrol and H7
additional altiicks on Ainerlcati
guards etotione.l on cOmiiicn-iill ves-
The patrol was e tiilillsliei by
treaty to protwl Atneriean Uvea ttntl
property, und lo keep the atreum of
Old vessels which ••omprised the
squadron, some of them gmboats
s l?!ed from Kiialn 'In 1*9*. were re-
placed by *1* new gunboats lit 19**.
The Americans always have oper-
ated under ortfers never to fir* un-
less flreil ot «
XKW oKf,i:A\S. U.. ttee. Ilk
'AI') The Cnltei Ktntws
Hjtemi here afh h. m.', Cent ml *tan-
lord .Time Isai 'd southeust storm
^arnlhcii thnefl * a. in. for the. Ottlf
cimwt fioiu Ouit est on. Texaw tn t.'nr-
The tvnriilnifs atiiiod that
turbaifce <>T. tnodertitc civuructiir on .
this Texas coast «muhl move mirtil- •'
rnslwrird during tin- next :ifi Mourn
with liurciinln« littensfty and would
cause .4<iunKy weather, pcasUdy
reaching wale force at times ut «*■>'
posed idates on the coast.
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Smith, Mrs. Frank R. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 24, No. 361, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 16, 1937, newspaper, December 16, 1937; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth303179/m1/1/: accessed May 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.