The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 87, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1938 Page: 1 of 4
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The Only Newspaper Publlnhed
•In Orange County, Heart of tlie
Southeast Texan Lumber. Rice, Oil,
Farm and Industrial Empire.
ORANGE, TEX A3, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1938
FDR STRESSES AMERICA'S DE
W. Lea, who is tin- democratic
nominee for 'mayor. was back at hi*
(leak 11nitty rcftcr 1111 absence of three
or four wet kV during which time
he vvu* ill Washington. I). ('., on
different uiIhhIuiis it) behalf of Uils.
Air. I a*a said ifie considered - the re-
construction finance corporution bill
passjil by congress and signed by the
president wbHa—-hir-was In Waahing-
t«$ ..permitting thu loan of a billion
and a. half dollars to small indus-
tries and manufacturers at a low
rat« oT interest would be of great
benefit to the country b.v putting
more men to work and In caualngi
capital to loosen up. However, ' he
believes that if the president puts
over bis bill to lend-if* billion and it
halt dollars to': municipalities, coun-
ties and Mates, payable over a peri-
od of lift years at two per .cent, ./that
this would permit a great deal more
work of it permanent nature to be
done- and will not' only relieve un-
eirfplojuient but' will speed up major
He said thftt loans under these
acts could, not be onjioidcied as ,,;i
gift—and that ninuielpulilioV and
states would be more careful 10 bur.
rowing ajjhd spending thaii under
the old WPA loan-Ki'iint systeni.
He said that he discussed with
.lesse Jones, chairman of the. RFC,
phases of loans lo lie made) when
this act becomes operative and be-
lieves that 'along certain Hoes; Or-
ange can greatly benefit from it.
While a ay Mr. Lea discussed with
the engineers for rivers and harhbrs
the question pertaining to the port
of Orange and found, them gratified
over 'the increase i/v the tonnage
from year before Inst, the figures
being: llliMI. spl, I3t tons; 1937, -17.-
SH2 ions. This tonnage,' lie pointed
nut, Is till genera 1 cargo commodity
and -has nothing- lo do with oil ton-
nage carried on the river.
Speaking further, he. said that the
chances for regular saiflngs out of
Orange in the near future were very
good and that the base cargo for the
sailings would be paper and- paper
jq.aiilng necessities. lie pointed to
the fftct 11 in t Orange was already be-
coming recognizee] as the. im-st out-
standing pulp and impel' port in _Uif
In Here Today
Mi T TEND
The Union Producing company's
No. 2 Lutcher & .Moore lumber com-
pany was rapidly clearing Itself of
wash water and mud ufter a screen
test in the Kilo sand at 5963 feet,
top of tlifl sand iMVii indications were,
this afternoon that the most san-
guine expectations of those Interest.,
ed would be fully met.
After the casing was given gun
perforation, creating around 80 holes,
screen was set with tubing, and af-
ter midnight, the washing progress
was started. The well had, accord-
ing to onlookers, proved Itself by
10-o'clock this morning.
Itepre^entatlves of the Liitclier &
Moore Lumber company on hand to
witness the .final stage of the devel-
opment, were George S- Colbjrn and
It will be recalled that it was in
this well that the Orangefield salt
dome was discovered only about 10
•4-day a ago. The well was started
months ago and it was under extra-
ordinary circumstances that the
crews operated M^ith fretjuont set-
backs in the way of crooked holes,
and similar obstacles, all of whlifeh
1 It Is understood tliat as soon as
practical, the product Ion of (bis well,
w hich will evidently be of very Jilgh
gravity, will be turned into the main
artery of pipe, line systems already
in operation through this field.
As to When other wells would be
started On Luteher & Moore Lumber
company, lease, which holds a very'
prominent place in the list of great
prospects, there was no information
available today. It is expected that
there will be announcements in the
very near fiture by Karl C. Han-
kattier. Who, holds' the Cow bayou
channel lease, regarding an off-set
well to the"tmion Producing company
well, it Is also lexpected other tin-
nouncements of well locations in
adjacent territory will be made
Oil mei) are pointing to the fact
the newest well in ibis field Is more
than a mile from the original cluster
of wells around the discovery well
are not try
The men's sapper held at the Fit'kt
SU-lhodist church last night with
Traylor Sells, chairman of ■ the
board .of stewards, presiding, was at-
tended by, mere than SO men. The
affair proved to be one of the most
delightful Ones in the history of jthe
church. ; ( „^
Uev, I'il Hurcus, the pastor, spoke
briefly at the beginning of the pro-'
gram, after which the chairman call-
ed on several local members for
short . talks. ..A.- o. Scott, of. 1'ort Ar-
thur. was next introduced for a few
remarks. and he, in turn presented
(he Speaker of the evening, a Mr. Mnt-
i teer of Port Artli i, who talked 'on
j the Ki.ili.ieoi. "Vour I'lace . In the
I Church." lie .made the point that:
| there was a place for every man re-
i guidles* of w hether or not he wits
ruble to .'find' it and would function,
I when the place was found.
The (Jleatjoi'H society served an
| excellent supper.
youth. Whaty utii
ive criticism. ,■ V
youth by preaching
imdijei't to more criti-
win for the past fifty
do!ng t h« eritlci/.lng
to do anything for
needs la con
not." Vouth i# a miiuKand refuses
to permit th^ older peoptK to ''fix"
if t her
taught. I au)
lug them plot)
mount and tin
For Annual Easter
in the latter part
of 1 !> 3 7
J'istablisiimeut of a concern to buy
and treat nirt-Uat lil.-n k moss In Or-
ange marks aiMith.er step In the di-
rection of utilization of the resources
thut abound regardless of the magni-
tude. Tills business Will go- a' con-
siderable way toward taking up the
slack caused by non-eiupioyment .In
that It will afford a. basis of work
for some In getting oct 'and dispos-
ing of the- moss to the concern in
Orange where some profits will lie
realized as the inONs makes its way
tijiwii the line lo the manufacturers
or train routes.
| but surely the movement
of giant, drilling rigs from other see-
tions of Ho- country Into the Orange
territory for. the onrpose of keeping
step wllh the\deuiauds to provide ft
way to the ne« pools th i are show-
lug up about as. .rimidly as they can
be bandied. It Is noticeable too that
the nummntK drllllng\ rlg« lielng
moved Into this territory -are of the
largest and giost substantial types
and 'that the owners and operators
are sufficiently airon#' from « flnan-
rlul standpoint to operate them m<>s!,
And now the name "Hqulh Orange"
is beginning to how up on the h<ui.
mm in the process .of the 102-year
Sid lown coming into hot- own by
reason of development of resources
that hive Iwett dormant through the
many hundred years. "South Or-
ange" J* apparently lit lln« for iieing
made a reality by 4he Texas com-
pany as |t i prepare* to send a line
of steel In drIHbit and drillsWtam down
Into I he depths of the earth, almost
exactly three miles from the heart
of Ihe business district |n search of
ihat golden fluid that has hod much
to do wjth elevating the South .• M
her rlRlttful rank in the world of
No part of the prnphecierf of the
Messiah have been quite so easily ac-
cept** by th* world *s the tiArnblr
o[ "sowing and reaping." If the In-
dlvldtttf Who sows to |*esslmt m
j^ouW only reoli*c what the harvest
to him soiiW he. he «-ertalnly rwuld
lwtake himself out of tl- field of
iiupli It Is nl> tr> the optimist
Who trial hope to he aW# to reap a
harvtnt and l«
i ii) " the Southwest. of thi!
! field proVlucing areas of
Th- Kianitgan No. I I . nnnvn
' well was set with surface casing last
night at a depth tirouiul 1300 feet.
I The Uyan-Thonipson No. I AfvOill
well whOrp a drlllsteam test made
two days agO Indicated the fact that
I'll was good fur a flue proikcer, \vais
set with casing In cemint for u test
of tlie sutid cncouniered at 0113
feet- It will probably lie Monday be-
fore this well Is given the final
screen test. Setting of the casing
was completed around o'clock this
mOrning. . —- , • ■ ,
Unglnwrs for the K1,rbv Petroleum
company completed a survey for lo-
cation rif No. 'J on the .1. A. Scales
I I.acre tract this morning, the loca-
tion being around 400 feet south of
well No. I. put down by t'ainpboll
and t'ox oti this tract a tew weeks
ago. It. is expected that hauling
of the rig of \V. V. Howies
pany, a large drilling outfit of
ton, will be staffed,
The Oi-ew on the CI. If Oil corpor-
ation's No. 1 Dubon Heirs, where u
threatening gas pressure was encoun-
tered about IH hours past, was Idle
today awaiting orders, tlie depth be-
ing given aS past 7W0O Icet.
Down Gulf States
In Softball Game
The Quality ('leaner* Softball team
defeated the 0' If States team yes
tcrday afternoon on the Curtis school
diamond by a score of II '• 'land-
berg and Taylor formed the battery
for the Cleaners while > the Neinltz
broth^i*. Kd and Bob, pot formed for
the utility club. It was the second
win for the cleaners Ibis season.
Tandberg Ik-id the power team to'
.1 hils and tanned 5 while the
era garnered h hits ofT Ivrt-
ned «. Taylor hit a. home
The young people's Christian Kn-
doavor society of the I-'irst (,'hristian
churcli held it- business meeting iit
the home of. Itev. and Mrs. \V. "•
tflount Wcdnesdii.v night- after pray-
er meeting, At tills time final plans
Were made for the aiinxal ('aster
Sunrise prayer service which will be
held 'at' the church Sunday morning
at <i o'clock. Also this group plan-
ned a parly which "111 he in .the
form of an indoor blaster Kgg hunt,
at Ihe home ..Of 'the pastor a oil his
wife on Friday night. This WVent
will be given in honor t'f Miss Wll.
lie. lingers, of Arcadia, Texas,, who
is visiting her sister. Mrs. liayinoud
Sanders, on Moss street. Miss Hug*
er„ is district publicity superinten-
dent of Magnolia iJlatrict Christian
KndeaVor. Others who win be hon-
or guests at this time arc: .Arthur
HUck, who is attending T,. tl. I'... at
l'ort Worth and Alias Nell Hoiffenaft
student at .Chcnior college in lfciTu-
. The yot ng people ' of tills church
will also entertain, the four Coiltity
I'niOli of t'ltrisHan Kndeavor at
thejr regular monihly rally on Mon-
thly night. April IS, ut S o'clock. A
Nplendiil program has boon arranged,,
and a large crowd Is expected.
Sought In Slaying
Of Texas Rancher
The players were; Oulf Htutes. Kd
and Mob Nemll*. I'.artier, Stansbury,
French, (Irtlbbs, Curt and Chester
(Julllot, Oublry. t>epwe and Nle*;
Cleaners: I.uwietioo and l.ouls I'ark-
hcrst. Taylor, cidrd n. t'layton, Maz-
' xiigttte, \Vo|(ford. Tandberg, llougean.
Klarii and Ttidmas.
Curl t*> ess add Tony Blunchard
| were amfdres. Mrs, Stephenson se^-
I ve«l as acorckeo|>er.
fi^'' <t - . ■ ' nii'1''
'harvest. It should be remembered
Uot) that following seed so«|nx.
I cultivation must take -place. , . ,
[ l>t -wln soewt live fears
uraltst on board a snrv«y ship Jit
| th*!, Atlantic and Wctfte,
Kl'MlHYi U.K. Tex.. April II. (A!-)
j ^Dlstcb.-t A ttill-no,V Carlos Ashley of
: Mi'nnrd sald 'he we Id set; the re-
• iciU' nient of II. It Opp and li. K.
i Tlintble whose ci ,11 sol yilsterday
i obtained an order to qtuuih a slaying
- ilidii-ttnotu ret urned fia r days ago.
Opp and Trinil'lc had Ik-cii accused^
'in cotinei-tloti with the slaying of \V.
! li. TomlltiMon. Menard rancher. ;
| Judge Max T, Uoilger.s of/Hunts-
vllle ruled In favor of the/riiotlon to
i|Uash. The motion. Inx '«hiclt the
state's attorney coii.oliri cd, sjated
tlie indictment wajCvoid' because It
waH returnftl at/ft special session of
eo rt lVtrlled iKitder an oilier which
I did not specify when the term was
J,AS VKOAS, Nov.. April 14, (AM
(Six cars of the Cnlon Pacific's Chal-
lenger overturned early today when
\ tli*' passenger train, euatlsiund front
I,oh Angeles, struck a broken rail In
| the dewrr' -tft-nrth's south of I^is Ve-
First reports said no one Was kill-
'ftli or seriously injured. 4nit all avail-
| utile ambulance^ were rushed to the
' from .
Thr<' * IHillmnnn. a Iwunfff4 tofct, Jinn
two dining ears went off the thick
and toppled on; th/^r -Ides, b't the
locomotive renitilneii uprtght. the Un-
ion raelflc said.
tfcntnse or the <*i<iij hour. th«
lounge and dlrtings were Islleved
empty Several women wete report-
ed hurt In a Pullman dressing room
mind. fftVhy not try Ni little
constructive teaching aim. let
s Own decisions7\ I
re a dozen parents t
utmchlng their own
t youth should be
sure you are teach-
, of "Dott'ts."-
eiitli toll continues to
iTtc is not -Hroused.
There at e people driving'- a' car who
do not know i,how to drive. Some
are driving thai can not judge dis-
tance and there are those who Insist
they have a -right to drive as they
please, Kit he® kind, is a menace, to
.J societyi on the'JhiBhwuy. Why not a
j.'inore rigid tes^- for drivers and make
j It uniform in etery state and enforce
j the IavvV Why don't the fathers do
j something aboHt the boys who drive
J down Tenth street at fifty nillos per
hour?" The p Wic can' stop the great-
er part of the awldents by demand-
ing enforcement of the drivers' li-
A .NATIONAL -park In the Big
Jtend country, as ,contemplated by
the federal goyernment, Is a progtes.
sive step and' should be encouraged
by every citlaen of this country and.
Mexico, It will give employment to
the needy men and will l e a. contribu-
tion of beauty and culture to both
natioiMt. 1 won«k<r how many tele*
grams will he gent to congress in be-
half of tills" f
C (' C CASH'S have proved to be
an asset anil not a Ilabillt.i. It Is,
bettor to spend money teai'bTng and
training yottth; and- at the same
time, have him employed in uaefMl
work, than to spend money trying
to reform 1dm. It is. Is'ttor to form
than lo reform: and It Is better to
build than to icbnlld. That lesson
seems to ho hard for Home people
to learn. We need more of the
camps Hild should encourage every
boy, out of employment ,to enlist..
To those of you Who talk about what
it Is costing the taxpayers, i want to
ask you what you want lo do with
the youth"; Uo you want lo turn him
loose ami bit hinl roam tlie streets
and highways'." If you do you arc
hot very Intelligent.
EXPANSION is needed hi every
jjirficllon- Science, Induatry, Inven-
tion, business, and religion: but the ]
greatest expansion that should be j
made Is tlie expansion of the mind, i
We have expanded so fast we don't j
know What to do With the expansion j
and weare. in some ways, permit- j
inn ijroKi'^wH tu choke the iDJu blnet*}. j
We need lo expand the mind and see j
that social science must keep step
with all other progress. What have
you dope to further the eattse of
social science'! . When you vole do
yt* vote for the man with a pro-
gram. or for the timn .whom you
like? Suppose we try a little expan-
sion of the mind-
HlTldOB scl*ed A us 11 la anil said.
"It was the will of God." It is hard
for some of us to believe (io<J had
anything to do with the action of
Hitler In -fhe setetire of A stria, or
any .ither act of his. Hitler talks
about- the votes in the election Son-
but who would be foolish
hough to cast a vote against Hitler
and expect to live In peace?
Mint beast uAd south
" '■> iliil'iii'"'-;;r«
First Catch of the Season
AMERICAN D A
WASHINGTON. April 14. (AP)
President Itoi^teyelt declared lodiy
Hie American, tuitions would t><>
mit peaee Trij the' Western 1
phefe "to lie endangered from
gresslng corning from oufside . ,
Speaking on Pan Anterican day to
the governing board of ihe
erlean Upton, preirfdonl .-<fM,
ed in a few Words the historic Mon- .
roe Otictrlhe —• witbi t naming it
and placed it pp an inter-Aniericuu
l-iisia." NTlis speech was broadcast to
ull AmcVlean reuuhlki#.
A'.^sertlW ihaP the .^Iliii.UOo.ntiii clt* , >'(
llieus of Kids bemlupberc have the.
same MtateVial fOr^<^|(|lro\rersy
exists elseivdiero,' he said :
I "Yet, we Kave undertaken Ooutfiw*-
tual i liJIgstlt.Xs to solve the normal
hiiiaan illffci'cr«.'e«( by inai'litiiinlug
peace: and lbut\ pcacc we are firmly
resolved lo maintain.
I 'a ii- A ill*
Y., one of (he young
the\ trout flsblnf season
his first catch of
opened reeentlKlw New York
the season in thf\Croton
ACCORD TO B
SIGNED ON SAT
IIOUd^TKB. <"alif. 'API — Irk-
ed by county suprrvlaors' failure to
repair a fl od damaged road, resi-
dents h«v* t>i-e|iaied petitions to «e_
Han Benito cennty and
XKW Olii.KANH. April M (API
The weather bureau here. Issued
the following advisory this morning:
"Mtnall eraft warning -ordered * :3n
a. in.. CHIT.. Texas coast, Fresh to
strong southeast and south winds-
RA^I' ItVTF. INCHKANK DKNIKl?
WAMHIN0TON. April H. (API—
The Interstate iwnrneree coinniltp
slon denied an aindlcatlon by the
'eastern railroads for permission to
Increase pa .-Monger coach fibres Iront
2 to two" arid ft half cents a mile.
The commission In Us order said
It found the prtipo-cd increase not
Kallrosds had •stlmalntl the half
cent Increase would huve added 3'),-
n00.n00 to their revenues.
M1JXHX) CITt, April M (AP) —
Oahrlel ChHve«. former nisyor \ of
Parral. .CltihuahUH. was slain I *t
night by tour tf iWentlfl«Hl assailunts.
dlspu tubes rrom that city «al«l to-
(hu. He Is ll third pHltlclan slain
HOMI3, April M, (Al'l r- The for-
eign otl'ice announced today Ihttl the
Ahglo-ltaliaii a ord, designed to end
two years of friction between the
two powers, will be sighed Hauirday,
April Hi, at the Chlgl palace by l'"oc-
eign M Inlsl r —t+nrtosiiMi. < luno
and Ihe Karl of Peilh.- Ht'italii'H ain.
lira fling or the accot j was com-
pleted loila v.
It wtts read to Premier Mussolini,
I.oril Perlh and I'oitilt Clatlo In a 11
mil conference, eoiidudl^(ji a long he-
all i.n' in I' Intel's' ofl'b'o. The iimbas-
sadpr ittnl toreigit , IniniHler " ftiii.c met.
more than a ilozen.. tlmisp' to work out
details of lite pact.
The general soofie of ARglo<1lutiari
c-olliibqi'atlon under thn pact .also
was dlsciisaed by .Mussolini and the
I ON I ION. April H, (AiP) — t<es.
i lie I'lOre-lielishn. Hrltnln's 'high-rid-
ItiK war minister, took off from lien.
I ilon airdrome today on a trip that
| will lake hiril til see the military div
j tenses at Malta and talk Willi Pt'c-
[ inter Munsolinl.
Ihinimitig 'with confltJeriri', Hore-
t llclishu last i^IkIii . played darts with,
itruiy privates whip* opotiihg lhe new
li'roydon drill httll. mol recalled.'ilia I.
| Sir l-'ranclfi.. Ihitko played . how Is bc-
fore he. met tbe Spanish armada,
j. "I'tit 'I know I have no armada to
! meet,' every!liiitK Is golnlf to. be very
j happy." he added. ;
• "As the war mlnl.-der's big pl.tijfi
headed low aril Mitr -eill" I't line Mill'.
Intel- Neville ( li;i!Iili'-t || In (old eiWn-
j moils llorw llellsh.'i nuttld pay 11
lluce "a eoiirlesy visit.''
! Lieut Comrrian lor I! < T. 11 l-'lot-
: cher. labOrllo. a-ke,| with I nut irony
i If the vitdt ' J'ha* 1 no poiltical sigulfl-
' ranee whAtcver?''
"Thaf is so," the
S'oliody. however, lo .l sight- of- the •
fact that Ihe spfctaetihir "ll-M' 'will :
sec Jit ssiillnl in the interim he'nteeo <
the expected (guild; of the A fig lo- '
Italliiii friendship .igieement and k
the vi tI to ilotftr of II IHice's pre*- |
ent brother in tin- Uotn1' IP-I'illt axis j
—Atloif Hitler. j
(AP) • HtatcineutK lndjoitJInt
Weston (i,j Krome ofH^erkeWT CatVf,.
and her daughter. Nauvyf :!3, weiV
pi^i'sOeil -acrbss T^xasy^iK ti short\
round-fiu'eii iiian InX bliiek coach
li^Xioe, „Ui+M ,u«'t e >Uiln iiIiivjiN^I nieh
30, loday sped 1 ward to TexttiKin-
said he bad foi'Vvai'iltui siatemcrits
Irntn Mrs. IliMler Wort-ester arid
her son. Chaitnoey Worcester, ait. both
of .\cw bury port, . who said they saw
the Frpnte car and another following
It closely. Tin- Worcester* were-
cast bi unit after spending the win-
ter ai Phoonlx, Arizona.
(iregg said the slafemehts were, re-
i|ucs|ed by Sheriff ' A,' A. Anderson
of Vuii Horn. Texas, lo whom the
Woroestor* wrote when they discov-
ered through newspaper pictures
that the women inututiHts they saw-
were Mrs. Krome and her daughter.
Worcester said lie saw the l''fbine*'
car pui'kOd at the roadside between
Ml Paso and Shoaa Hlanca tin Ihe
morning of M<nch .'I't. wllh the-black
car behind it showing Texas plates,
latter he said Ihe light sedan iiassed
hi in "at a very fast rate of speed"
i with the black car directly behind It
| and .obviously following it,"
XVorceslor said lie later repassed
the two cars and was passed in .turn
as he drove toward llalbis. Final ly..
he wild, the wd'an swung o.lf ri> tc
illti to route xtl and headed toward
llaltiiorheii. The Krotno car wa,i
found in thai vicinity.
'When the ear ftissod us, the sec-
nil'time," Won-eiOer said, •'.the girl
seemed i« be siUl.njj it if the edge of
Ihe driver's seat and ' Keenietl very"
■It' slaill not\be endangered by
controversies withltj our family; und
we will not pcrnm to be endun
gored from aggression coming trot.
outside of our hemisphere."
The president added Vhat thU-^coni-
li on objective fortns i\ hmtbfg foun-
dation for the oialnh*u-uVi>/i>f an in-
toi national tindci standing^ otibf c In
the wolid-" Klsewhyd^-, \be sh.ild,
there tire "tragnliwr whost\ slmdows
live heavy on the world
"Tho—U~. Atatodeun -repuUHtV'^.Mr,
KotHjevell iWiinijfed. "piiffiSpht Vrnud
ly to tlte of IliO World u denion
stmlloi)?>Uui the rule of justlcs \ind
l'UV /lit lie substituted fill- tho rV|l«,
Of/fnive; tliat H'esort to war iw
"n$lr.'!ii ut of iwuey is not nttfesfKiry
that international ijitferences of all
kinds can lie solved through ufuee- , .
fill W36tliitlon; that the Wiytctito of \
the pledged word ralthfully tdit'ioved \
and aenerousiy interproled otTi-r^
system of sncili1t.vc,with fn'edoiti.*\^ ';:lll3S
V ItK'calllng that "all of ua t;atned
hiiletieniteiier'' Infcmisc our fatbers
vv^re willing to sacrifice llieir lBves'.
«iu\ all they possessed for
dea\" he added thai "some
l> at duty to sacrifice rests also on
ti«?\\ . -''i''
\\X/Vi'e vitally Pcneerned," jho
presei'ving the high sidjti-
lerimtioiiHl restraint tiK'l
morality ">lKli the lesson of i-ent lr
lea has tttugmSw Is tlie first reipiir^r
rpent of peaeWuK ielnilotishitm be-
MAY START *
• n. «i*-iii
« pnrt'i of
that \tii« :V":S
i V 'V
pi'eliii"! ] replied ; « ♦♦♦
COURT HOUSE j
AND CITY HALL!
Indications iralay were
Texas company Would he
morrow to spud In N"- I
In a territory to lie designated fn
now on an "Soul'' Oraujijlf," wl
just three miles from the heart' of
the city by. iiolllal uieuwurmnettli
Work Is being pushed as rapidly
as possible Wllh the view of sunt-
i,,g Ihe drill at the oarWc:M ponsiblo'
I mouient. ■ '
' ll. ,>l. I eggett ami 51. \V eHtbi'ook,
I ranking "Itb-litis of the
'i^n^r together With It.
! Htark. D. A.I 'ruler, P.yroil Sliumoti;i,
iTommie Hughes and .Ipe Scplt
! 11, gngc. visited the new Well
cesierdiiv afrernoon. The.. Texas
| .1. in pany oltlclals arc iipp.'iventiy
i dcplv Inleri'sled In the
j this lest which may t
j initial, expenditure of
,1. I .of cher
TODAY IN TRIAL
| nienl ' here
i m Inmoitlng
. Week, wiiii h
week of. the
of the sheriff's depart*
today were engaged in
petit juror* for n«xl
is the,third and lust
A'tnll term of Orange
county ciairt. The petit jpiy drawn
for thU vvbek Was not lised because
there were no jury trials to be
heard. „• .
The lllble gave
t> r w ives added sopio
.1ASPKII, Tex. April II. (AP) —
II V. P. Mir- ssard, On trial .cluirged
with the staying of I'lHennr iMchard
his share trapper, in fasT. > [|l,i-mred 4
to ieatlft lortrty. ;v
Tom Ha I re. Port At'ltur,
testified Itroiissi'i-il had 'obi him j
Hint lib-hard and Albert Therlo' j
Hleh*rd' Iriipping yurlMr in ttf- !
aiige eountc had |jilt«t#liml his life
fhe«-k Hpusley rooming hmise op !
erator of Xnderland. said Wiehard |
and Theiiot had said Ilro'issard had J
better not coinf back into the ninrah j
fooling with us.'
COttMH ANA. T *. >Al4^ — V.
Alien principal of the Cor*rana JM-
nlcr high school. jolo d Hi" Ace club
when he * Kit a lui|e-ln on* *1
t , lli(i Ifl* fmn t <
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Smith, Mrs. Frank R. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 25, No. 87, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1938, newspaper, April 14, 1938; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth303252/m1/1/: accessed September 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.