The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 289, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 10, 1936 Page: 2 of 4
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Schmeling s Arrival
•i: |C|To Start Situation
NEW , JOHK, Dee. jfo <AI )—
. ' 'VYIElt'Th'e'frrlvftl if Jav of .Ma*-Sehme?-
V Injf, tftp heavjweiiihi situation tu
e&pedtefl to start Dnttfwc again. - jv
Dor Moxio won coming lor the jtuf>
j>eso,^of sewing up James ,1. ItnuUlock
, ; for a hcn^jfwelfcht title fight next
'^summer andto tons a monkey wrench
or no intA.^he pinrm ot Promoter Hir-J
mail Taylor. for a prior meeting be-
tween Breddoefc and Joe at
... Atlantic City.
The New York state athletic com-
mission oWmdSliUljjr ■ H wV
Just rtceivad, a complete showing
of the- cotebr.Vcd Buxton leather
goode, in ptiriM, billfolds, keytniners,
v cigarette cases, otc., made nil in ope
■ piece without a seam. Finest leath-
ers, zipper styles, fI to $10. We Call
yoiir special attention to the zipper
etyle keytainer with pttrse attached
for driver's license « at Ideal
;fw Christmas gifts. ,JOK lA'CAS,
|Watchmaker and Jeweler.
a deal closed for a tlfle fight At to-
inorrewy TBR^tlnt, but tbcro were
many Ifk and bnta to V thro*lied out.
Klrnt. SchRH-lttig Wan sure to In-
sist that any contract \be slfcna with
llrttdfloek prohibit the champion
from risking Injury by- fighting any-
body before bo meets tbc Herman.
Oh the other hnnd, s.ibmeilng may
not be so keen to sign 1 if the com-
mission stipulate* that he promise,
to the tune .of -$25,M0 forfeit,- that
If' lie wins the, title he'd defend it
here within a year.
THE ORANGE LEADER
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THURSDAY, DEC., 10, 1936.
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" 1 . ■ WlleWI periodic poln ,
without opiates or quinine
if op'otll mmm
try e iorft«ld Heodecke Pc*-
4 t. 4 doses. tOs: 12 for lit.
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•mm ««e e*. out. i. «• >•. H. t.
VIjANK ATTACK )
CAMI1K.V,- ^S'. J. -- Earl Koy. a
huckster, was returning tu <i.l« wagon
When he saw a man castmllt lift a
big of potntoea fmm. tile cn«*t and
place ,it Its • an automobile.
■ Foy yelb'$. The man jumped*Into
the oar and sped'1 away; Foy chased
afoot for' several blocks, then gave
vntlked breatblssly liack and
In dismay found six Snore bags of
I'RIXCKHK IS WK1)
KKHLIX, Dee. JO. (AI1)—Princess
IV THF1 N1ICK. O'TIME ~ Cttjmo Soh< enalch-Cari)lath, step-
CHJC*X(!0. — Sorgt. .Tamew Oai-jey^-thmgbter Of formot- Kulser Wllhelm
of 'tlie lk>mb stjuad mnlletl Indulgorft-
ly after examining three "stliks of
dynamite'' which a workintin at. tho
I'loboer Faj>er Stock company found
In waste paper Aljont to be hailed.
The Workman hurriedly doused the
Mtickiw in water. Scrgt. OaHVcy said
they were -voman canities,
••• FOHKV KU AXI) EV1CR
TjOTj^DO. O. — A few minutes
after It© obtained his tnawMage II-
^ense, a prospective bridegroom rush-
lsuiL-tb«—kind 1 want." he
.wxp'osftijated. "1 intend to stay
inu. rr i e d p (> r ma,n en t! y.' \
Clerks UitvktVa l.rtKzJcll. lie point-
"Food for :io
ed to the sentence: *
l'OSITION 01' TltKAHl KY
WAS hi xerox. Dee. 10. (AP)—
The jroaUlon of tho treawiry on De-
lteeei(K* |t4.( 40, H28.5J; expeiujl-
turea *U.408,804.?i; balance $i..
408,fi:5.311,46; customs receipts for
the month % 11,427,404.58.
Itcoelpts for the fiscal year, since
July 1. |l,T44.777,S 0.iit; expendi-
tures |8,04'i,S5<9i272.26; including -ft,-
232,610,8fHi.2l of cuiergency expend!*
turesj excess of ejipendlturea $1,-
2i «,0Sl.'.m.«^. Oross delrt-
544,535,«e, a decrease of $942,057
tinder the previous day; gold assets
KMBAUASSlVQ MOM DVT
T^prANAI'plJH. — Jt'wBB an em-
barflHKlng day for federal bureau Of
Investigation agents here.
They had to call on the police for
help, reporting someone |>ad sneak-
ed l to their nfficcse' aad stolen two
typewriters. ■ i"—r
of tiurmany, and Hjugh Hariung were
tnarrled today by tho clerk of thb
Borough of Wlluiorstjorf,
The simple cercinrttty uniting ifrln-.
cess and commoner Waa attended on-
ly by two witness,es^ the bride's old-
est brother and tho groom's father.
rspl bracelet watches, $3.25 to
$4.05^ "The Celebrated Mickey Mouse
watches all children ' want, $2.05.
JOE 1,1'CAN, Watchmaker and Jew-
eler. . -
Don't Take Drastic Drug*
ir Kldnnyi contain 9 million
... or Alters which ma* be eadsn.
naglect or draitlQ, lrrltatlas druse. Be
retul. If functional Kidney or Bledder
orders mat"" you suffer from Getting
Tour Kidneys contala 9 million tiny
tubes or alters which mmy be endangered
'PlNlshte,,.Nervousness, Loss of Pep. I.RK
.'alas, Kheumatlo Pains, Dlsalaess. Cir-
cles tinder Eyes. Neuralgia. Acidity,
.— ■■ - ■ - 4'nM't
llur'nln*. Smarting or Itchlna. you don't
nted to take chanpes. All druggists now
have the most modern advanced treat-
ment for -thcuo troubles—n I)octor's_pres-
erlptlon called Cystex tSlss-Ti*). Works
fast—safe and sure. In 48 hours It must
bring new vitality and Is gu&ranteed to
make you feel 10 years younger In.ono
week or money back on return of empty
package. Cystex costs only 3c a dose at
druggists and the guarantee protects yo^i,
New! Smaller... fer
of Houaton'g btUlneM,
really enjoy the Centennial Celcbra
If yon atop at the San Jacinto.
a *2 *3
BILL TUBB, Reeident Manayw
SKI-JORING they call it! A
pair at moose pull two ardent
skilers thru a mountain pass
just north of Montrtal,,While
Bkl.Traina <lo**er left) oper-.
ate around New York nnd
Naw England taklno city
folks .to and from tiiliy
KING'S VOICE ON THE NEWS
REELS: Jean Paul King, famous
radio announcer and master cf
ceremonies who has Just signed a
contract to describe the latest
vtorld events an the "News of the
Oay" newsrsels, which is released
nter sports, June
re summtrv clime, waits
as she displays her new
J • O^s
WITM 'Hll ■■
kee hi* ye una
brfioee every ttmeVhe, leavee
« house, she teara lt te pieces. Dei
... ag®ffs 'r.d
up br'juse every timerhe leaves his-
iVng with hla cast preeira-
- CHECK YOUR LOCAL
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 23, No. 289, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 10, 1936, newspaper, December 10, 1936; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307952/m1/2/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.