The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 268, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 6, 1940 Page: 1 of 4
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ORAXfiE, TliXAS, WKDNMSDAV, XoVKMHKH <5, U>4()
Be Strand Guests
President For 4 More Years
Albani* 1* Likely
To Slow Up Italy
In Mvm on Greece
By CHAJU.KS P. ftVSWUKR
Central P'ress Columnist
THE Greek legation In Wash-
ington is considerably depressed , „ . .
by Italy's war move against its "v 'he,'Associated IVokh
small home kingdom. * ' Frontier dispatches said Greek
' As a Hellenic diplomatic attach* 'mountain fighters today entered the
to ros, "On# Greek soldier la j «*** "f
a match for
three or four
Italians, but It
they pile in five
or six to ona
against us, they
may make us a
deal of trouble."
tary men take
it for granted
that the Axis
will make short
work of the" lit-
tle country, pos-
sibly with tha
exception of Its coastal fringe,
along which they think that Brit«
aln's eastern Mediterranean fleet
may help it formidably.
To be sure, the Greeks are rated
as first rate fighters and the Ital-
ians as pretty weak-kneed war-
riors. However, the Greeks are
•.way outclassed, in numbms, and
those they have lack much equip-
ment; whereas tha Italians are
quite well supplied in the latter
respect Furthermore, it's assumed
that, even if Dictator Mussolini
does need any assistance, Dictator
Hitler will provide him with It—
and nobody questions the Germans'
prowess on the battlefield.
Albania a Factor
Albania may prove to bt an
anti-Axis factor in the equation.
It seems funny that that wee
little country should signify in the
situation. Yet it's across Albania
that the Axis forces have been
Striving to get into Greece over-
land, dodging the British fleet's
superiority on the water.
Now Italy recehtly grabbed tha
Albanian realm, kicking King Zog
out into exile. According to Ital-
ian accounts the Albanians were
I glad of it, but other stories are to
•the effect that they were as mad
■Jas hornets, and that, today, they're
.In a state of anti-Italian insurrec-
tion—'determined to resist the pas-
jsage of Axis troops across their
.territory into Greece.
I The/Italian version is that the
Greeks and Albanians hate one
another. \ .-
They relate that, not long ago,
the Greeks caught an "Albanian
patriot" (a pro - Italian) and
chopped- his head off. It really
happened, probably. But thp
Greeks' yarn Is that the chap
wasn't a patriot. They say he was
a bandit and that the Albanians
were delighted to have his bean
amputated. _ *
Anyway, there are reports that j
, Albania's in anti-Italian revolt.
Rome denies it, and there's no !
knowing, due to the censorship.
The rumors sound probable,
though. The Albanians are a super
si: liberty-loving people. .Their meth- i
' ods of fighting also are decidedly 1
primitive. -J I
| In the days before the last World I
, , war I was in Turkey, which then
. was fighting Albania. j
| The Turks; none too civilised i
AAMntsina/l fKaf tho
lured thousand* of the 30.000 Hal*
tnii troops under siege thorp.
The reported Kataure, If true;..' mark-
ed the first, major victory In the io-
day old Balkan conflict, runt presum-
ably disrupted fho Italian . supply
finite for a projected Invasion" Into
Greece's hluft command said re
treating; Italian troops .were shelled
by their own tanks as Greek war-
riors stormed and captured Hill, for-
I if leal Ions guarding Kuril? i.'
A Greek (tommunique said, mo iy
Italian prisoners wore taken In the
battle on the Koritstn Height*,' along
with artillery. .-howl tsars and roa-
chine gams. "
The f.reuks declared- their linos
were holding firmly on both ends of
the t oil-mile front; despite the su-
periority of Italian arms and man-
All memtyr- ot the American l.e-
gion and Legion Auuiiaiy and
j their Invited Kueste, will be gaums
.of- J, It, M^lJenry'.'Vmnn* 3.er, ol tile
| Strand , theater, ...he^o on .Armistice
J •' >y. Ate Henry" lifts fluted "llu> 'is ro lift
I I attend the show any time from 1
to J) p. m. on that day by presenting
Their enrds at the door.
Members of the Legion and Auxil-
iary have extended a special Invito*
tlon to Commander K. 11. 1'erry and
tneinliers of his sla.fr to attend with
tlieni or* this occasion.
CHEST DRIVE TO
OlfTlwN IT IH T>1K CASIO indi-
viduals and sroups fall to do' th«*
riltht thine I" tile face of correct ml
monitions on the grounds that It is
not ronipulsol'y heeanse they en-
joy the «ood old Atnerlean privilexe
of a linos t unlimited privileges. It
should <vbe remetnhei-ed that in t,he
long run II Is not well to over-ln-
dulge In privileges to the lieplcct of
actual duty as outlined hy oii «'s eon,
science. On the sedije of nuiidlnu
this town which has iremained small
throtiKh many eiier<W!on«. '.ninny w^ll
he accorded wonderful, privileges,
END OF MONTH
even though some
j volve what might ai l>ear to he sac
I rlflees. 1,1.) S-A-l.
Comnuihlly fheet , atttafols ex-
pressed Niitlsfaetlon Wednesday with
the response heiriK Rl'veit to the an-
nual. drive for funds to cover the
Trernior Mussolini's | j«h command i bMrtmot necessary to carry
on th work of th'o eight anenciea of
tltidMP the present plan, the drive
will be brought to a close the laijer
part of Xovemlier.
New Cases To Be
t?->vertil new tases will he brought
(in for the • ("rippjed Children's CMinlc
,dlS«losi«l. Killl «K_ l.t par I" he hejd Thursday morning, fr.uii
I woimdi/ig Itl. It wn« "th-' i "'to '2 o'clock at the offico 'of' '^'he
reported that fascist invasion forces
ljad driven offi Creek attacks he-
tween Lake l'r«*lin , and Kapostlcu
Puss, in tho. north, after violent
Aqthorltatlve quarters In IximKin
said the Italians had not yet launch-
ed their main offensive against \<}reccc
—but tha* the reul, attack was to in'
expected at' any tnonnttit — iirob
ably along the Kit la,now river front,
above lounnlnu in iiorthwest (li-eecc.
Mrlttoh ICVb' warphines bombed
the Naples nwii |u soutliern Italy
dlirlius the -nl b!. the fasi-lst Iti.uh
tt||M£ raid on Naples In loss than a j.county spluud superintendent, .1. P.
v-evk. Hammers, with lir. \l!ruce Stephen-
Other RAF Itdmbtyrs struck punlniv jm)" of lteauinont in charge,
log blows at t)te bit; Herman davit) | A nWMlnj of the Crlpplvid t'hlldren'A
Hoolttty council will he hold at- the
school superintendent's office at
2:HIl p. ni. for election of officers
with 1«. W. Hustnn re in chatKo.
Italian Sub Sinks
LISBON, Nov. 5. (AHi — Mln|<lng
of tho 1 ,B 8 3-tf>ft Swedish freighter
Meggle In the Atlantic Oct, 20 by a
submarine which crew mentlinrs iden-
tified' a Italian was disclosed lafct
alght when a lifeboat bearing 1(1 sur.
vlvons landed at Saint Michel inland
In tho Azores.
The survivors expressed 'belief the
10 other memher# of the erew were
hnae at Ifiniden, the' London air min-
istry reported, starting l Hpectucn-
htr fires among petroleum tank* there
and Imavily boniltlng shipyarde at
llrenverhaven and Bremen.
RAP nl«ht raiders also pounded
the German-held forts across the
Kngllsh channel at Itoulogh". Calais.
Dunkcrque,, Antwerp and flushing.
London itself underwent the long-
est night air-raid alarm of the war.
with "lone wolf" nasi fliers droning
overhead from dusk yesterday until
the all-clear signal sounded at 8; 30 a.
m. — a forecaste of what may he hi
store for ^the ho nib scarred capital
in the long winter nights ahead. Nojit
week's IS|igl|slt nights will lengthen
to approximately it hjiurs,
ORANOE COUNTY has .just pi)l)el
it's largest general eiectiou vote lo
sfdte.of the fact thai (he day wa.- <
one of the Tifipst linftiVoriilile olwt'i'v
ed in this section on du election dr>
in many years. Tills Is most unusual
too iti view of the fact that thei",
was hut little or ho campaigning j
done by local political forces to* a i
rouse Interest. .It ivtis u plain man- I,
liestritloit of, beitiK itl'oinpicd by a |
sense of >duty under the spell of p.i-
triotiain that lias "ever been ma.nl- !
fested by the people of this section, j
WITH ALL I )< tCUTS REMOVED
then what? In the case of much
procrastination because of sotpe
fears to launch- out 1*1 business ad-
ventures, there has eouie a complete
Hotting out tnot hljiick out) of all
uncertainties with sigding of the
eotttrrNst- to' the- srer "f^1^- * iHe-fiM v-
f or-; more than one hundred, mil Ho"*,
dollars worth of' iiavy shipbuilding
work as a beginning. This meting
that an expansion of business and
population must take place lit 'such
a rate that the people may become
somewhat dizzy Iti carrying out the
program. It will mean, that people
FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT
ln all walks of life may have to
make genuine sacrifices. Muortflces
to which" reference Is here made will'
add materially to final victory whlcli
has not yet been achieved. hlilt
themselves, complained that the
Albanians were outright savages.
They charged that the Albanian
custom, when a Turkish prisoner
was captured, was to cut his hands ,
Just Making Sure
The .Albanian high command
didn't deny the accusation, but It
deeply resented Its Implications. .
From Antivarl (then their capi-
Ity the Associated Press
President Hoosetidt, the precedent-
breaker, smashed one of America'"
most ancient traditions today with it
dramatic and sweeping victory in his
hitttle for a third term.y
Illili electtyn was conceded In itity-
morning by Wendell L. Wlllkle. his
dogged, hardhitting republican oppo-
i.ent, who had made the iliird term
question t"ie of the outstanding l,i-
ikl) they broadcast their explana- isues by a slamhang cainpitlgn. ,
IjjJjn. - ' At 0:30 a. in.. CST.. In New \ork.
"When we take a war prisoner,"
they pointed out, "we haven't the
facilities to intern htm. Yet we do
not want to turn him loose to go
on fighting us. Neither do we
want to kill him. That would be
barbarous. So we put him on his
honor to remain a non-belligerent
1f we release him. And, to make
sure that he keeps his pledge, we
cut his hands o«.Hj . If-■ ■ " ■ :ji : I.
It's imaginable that Albania,
may have considered the Greek
chopping off of One of Its patriot's
Jm«4 a trifle too drastlo.
All the same, that's the sort of
bunch the Axis will have to deal
with It tries to fight Its way
r not It
Whether or not Italy has Al
fled and satisfied, I don'i
WlUkie's press secretary. Lend Jones,
gave out the text of this congratu-
latory telegram :
"Crftnkllii t>. Roosevelt, •
"President of the United States,
"Hyde Park, New York,
"Congratulations on your re-elec-
tion ajs President of the I'nitxvl
Stated & know that we are both
gratified that so1 ma Wj American j it*
Isens |participated In the election.1 I
wish you nil personal health and
■'■Wendell L, Wlllkle."
' ' G-J'
Pet^JJiflft- further arll'ioiiticemenis "(In
the piirt'. of... Reelitcl-M. •Coiiesparsons
corporiitlon, contractors: who. will
build the - five million dollit" C. H.
navy ship yartl. activities In Orange
wore at it standstill Wednesday. As
far as known, no announcements ro
en filing awards to suhcrilttractrir*
had been made up to the preseut
CHOKE 11 TO 1
AND CITY HALL
liy the Associated Press
Mallots hy th millions added up
higher today to four tphre years In
tile while House for Kratikiln D.
With pi'CMldettllnl election returns
he,inly hecominK more complete, tab-
llla'lons which Included final urioff].
clal reports for some states, shojf-
t il Mr. Iloosevelt ahead 111 HT slates
' with it total electoral vijde of 437.
I Hillt withholding any concession of
deft'it, his reputdhuin otrjionept, Wen.
.tell I,. Wlt'kie. held « lend ln; 11
states having Itl electoral voles.
The wide Iloosevelt marfdn was
elo.puHt of the decision a majority
I of the electorate had rendered in
Irh-wslng between their present chief
J executive a I lit Ill « naJ+Oft'S thlwl
' teiio tradition which for Ifdif-years
had stood ms a binder analnst more
lhan two ternni In the white llotise
foi.' any man.
It «m the first time the ancient
1 recedent received a clean cut test
al the mills, and for the legion of
Iloosevelt voters, the result was what.
| they Had anticipated In the light of
disturbed world conditions,
In Stent states and small, from
.New Hampshire to California. the
cl i I/cos Who exeiciMiil deino(|raC.y'S <
■ rl«ht of n-nnrliise yesterday ;s em-
lusly rejected the republican candi-
dacy of Wendell L. Wlllkle, by an
overwhelming eleetural majority anil
leturuoi) the new deal to Washing-
ton with possibly n^water power than
L ie repfir«* Indlcuteil that not
only the presidency but also Mitnit
additional seats In the House and sen-
ate -ware gathered, up In the dciivie
lh«n, half lit the i:i3 congressional
contests dwMM the denuHirnls had
j a net gain of seven house seats.
; Thirteen detnoerals arid live repuh.
(leans were electeii to the senate -«•
where a democratic majority was
certain anyway but close senator*
hil races developed In hilf ti do*en
j The tide of ballots ran Heavily In
Mr. Hooset-eM's favor almost from
' the first ■J— ballots he had asked ns
I e "vote of confidence" In Ids art-
I trInlstratlon, boru In the dornestii)
crisis year of l!tj:l and now siren an-
other four-year ,tenure In the Inter-
uallotuil crisis year-of I'll40,
Vet the margins in some states
vote Tiles lav wn
without a donhl
And it's the flay after and iiittyb'i
the first iiay of winter. Let's look
'em over n this the Hth day of NV
iember, around K a. m.
ithe largest for a slitfHa.relection Iti
'spite of the .rainy weather in tin' hl -
I tcr.v of the county a in I corptdete re
|turns with the exception of osie
natal I iiox. I niy, show that llinao-
veil carried' the county by ab utt II
in I ,
no t.If nHniV lv,n **«Mty*-
niuiiNt votes, one t>i'ii'v,ai Cui eli->
l:ali ls>x ittni one at IMd'tr TJh- total
vote for 11-oosevCll .ac*cfjUiiSc:4 f<n
ijiWO and \VitH<l,> lifdl.
Itejil cstafe transfers of record
Tuesday at the office of the, county
i ! trA. "VSrT, i continued doe,, for many hoilM after
ud in and half of lot H In Itrunor •
Addition. I'otudderiiiIon ijilft and |
other valuable cotmUleratl'iris,
llernian A. Men to Annie Lttiisen |
Cox. a tract of land In Joseph Ult'ble
Muii'iige licenacx of record today
at th'. office of tee (iraiige county
"cleric were to. I(| hard A vVlshCbtir
and Mrs. Margaret Ann Zenjtlcr of
The effort liuo'e by a few
countv dentoei'tita to rcii.c...
Stale • Highway 'i'nUolinen .1,
and I) W, I ticks epent
uoiitdug iti tirange to fill
eiiganemeni at the
to Ihsuc dctver's II-
Here's the picture;
Luther Htltkes. native of llrm er
Addition, Itus reached the city on Itl'i
walk from home this morning.
Mrs. A. II. "Prince Is iihservrd -e-«~
'she walks from her homo In the di-
rection of the hwflnesa section.
Mere Is observed a group of men j
digging up trees ami stumps on Sov-
etith and Mnlh si reels.
And here \Ve have two "Hunters,"
Hunter ileaty, local tnsuranci man
and Hunter Huddle, erstwhile "r-
«njte drug merchant. They are talk-
ing tilings liver. " ■
.fudge ,1. T. Adams has just step-
ped out of /the/ family/ myt and -1^ mrhvjiin* , f\t / / ' 7 /*. /
maltlna the isist office 1 nt^v. / /r'lv Reneral a'ttmide /of tn^nira
Mrs. M. K. Thowen, n|<pci)rlqB e* nvriunty ci<ir.i-n# an obse/'t/ed Witilue,
lairy as ever. Is caught by the 'cunv | day was that of reconciliation, oyer
erti da kl e crosses the street. ''the' political citiviL^lgii jusi/ cl aold. j ;
UlCk Tfrry, the gas man. Is smtl 1 Many have marvelled' at / llie / tcj, ! A itew idvlpjoeiK fif; rice tolallliVR
iiifj i;."otigh the almost iiilst and It ' that the (jeni-rill idection liroiiKbl out ' I Hi! tone will be ni olii llil>< w*eek hy
(crnifis friends for the tlrak time on |nlmost the entire voili/iR tilrcnttift of Ibe Orange, ltir< Milling Compaiiv,
the county, since jitufty wiul ho , Thd-; ilieltmftilp Veiriifi Lyken Is due
epee.ch-m,iking during the Retire' , Ifi |«<rt ln>te TliOr*ii(iy to pick up
ccmpalKii. I ■ (ihe' etirgo which Is to ( e shlppeil to
' , —— ./. ' , Puerto II(co
returns started pouring In and Wlll-
kle had not conceded defeat early
The full extent of Ihe president's
.. victory could not be nteniuirori fi-
survev. ( otiHlderatlou li ana. 1 , ■ .i.i„
• notly 10 advance <'f a mpre-complete
if tiiife'i yijlis of several-
Wre. Annie I'. Kef Its to. C, (I, Kel- , .
lot. 11 block III of Amended sio-i ' | ,
ill survey; <'1 Uf Idci a t ion IZIVilll, " '
. 1 / „ ,, i Hlaekwell
tal for Mi'liotiald for agricultural 1
commlsidoiier hy wrltcdns of Hi" I
name ot Itill Correy, who was a run,
ner-Up -in Uii> primary election, fall- |
1 it* McHotiald received a total, Of
3,tKt7 while 'Cortey received only -i I
,1 ■ .
I Nevertheless, at ft'etfi. II. m.. COT,,
II appeared Ihftt bis election had
been " accomplished with -tilfl of thr.
'/•ohte.v's >6.11 electoral Wiles. The
numlMQf jreijulred for election Is' 1M,
Indication^ ajC'ie his popntar plu-
rality would jifovir cdnsbleriilily less
than the ntargln*' AK more than lOi-
I i elr we«'l< ly '
To Puerto Rico
banla completely licked and pacl-
Wm rlltnow, be-
cause of the censorship. But if it
hasn't. It has a mean little stretch
Of country to fight Its way through
to put Greece on the spot
True, f expect the Axis will AIL,
It's no picnic, howaver. I
Lacrosse was played by the Irl-
quoia confederation to.train for
fOLLKt'TS TYPKWIIITERS ,
MILWATfKEK. (AD — Aldermun
Carl I'. l>iet* has a hoWiy of colfect-
lag olfi typewriters for the public
museum eahlblt. Mia latest addl-
tions were acquired through an ex-
change with Arthur Drehm of Sleit
niur-Schonnu, Oermany, director of
typewrtter munufacturlug concern.
For 14 duplicates In _|til«_ American
collection. Plots acquired 10 old K*t
Workers on the federal Writer*
project believe that CepL William
Moorts. born In Ulster county,
Itev.^W- A. Corkern, local ttaptlst
pastor, greets friends who are smil-
ing because of eleclioi^ results.
Mrs. Hue Moseley makes the pic-
ture th|s morning. L
The final scene of the dsy Is till
nut of; town truck loaded with fruits
ajid vegelaides on Cifefllf averiu'ii /
gio Ions unlll about this same time
tomorrow. ' 1 ->
Rain Halts Work
HOITSTJlX, Tex, Nov. /I. (AfP)
Houston liail n new mayor today' of-
ter aevetij terms under Oscar Hid
C. A. |.N'eal) T'lckett. secretary of
the I.ur tTicrniin's Association of T4%
fls, won the office yesterday.
Ilolcombe conceded defeat early
^The four city commissioners were
l'lckelt t the son of Mr. and 1 Tuesday's rainfall had the efTeet
Mrs. Cornelius Pickett of Hen 11- ' o' putting a complete stop to all, a(|-
mont. IrtcultUrnl work In tlw county and
much or the industrial work *«lng
on in thfa city,
g 5— —— — v w lllce farmers said that the rlc In
their fields hod received iM great-
est drenching of the soason during
.OKLAHOMA ...CiTtl. Nov. «. XAP) !«ho rains of Tuesday, as most of it
—Oklahoma remained in the dry col j&raa" already wet -a." a. result of pre
«'mn by yesterday's vote on the Inl. Ivloue rains. / „ ^
tlated proposal to repeal eonstitu-
In Dry Column il
IOMA C1TV. Xov. <1 jtAl'l 'l
• Wltlff-3Ma of Jdl > pfeclncls tab-
ulated, unofficial returns save oppo-
Employers ,lre obliged to shelter
their workers from . the element*,
the Mexksen supreme court has de-
,TI ,TJ*' ***. th?. 'hl"' rhtl# "ents of repeal a 155,000 lead orer It* elded, after a laborer died from
in North Carolina west 01 'IiaAj—
About ^thirty mernhers were pre*'
tint for the rt'guler aeml-monthly j
tiidetlng of the Order of the Knst.-rtl ,
Klur which was held on Tnes.ldV i
night tit 7:110 o'clock at. tl e Masonic
: .During, the regulir meeting, Mrs
It. I., Wynne, worthy matron, gave
r.n lnlere*ting t'Onort oi7^actlvitWi<
of Orimd Chapter which was held
durltiM the fioat week . In Mineral
ooMflfi hy which he was elocieil in
In addition to a substantial lead in
New Vork, the president held the
advantage In I'ennsylvtiiiln. Ohio,
! Missouri, Minnesota, New JerWe.V.
| California, and Illinois, atnotiK th-
j Mr*. Wt'^W leadins fit nl| e
state*; Colorado. town, Indiana,
| Kansas. Maine, Nebraska, North fid-
kola, South iiakota, and Vermont,
The nine have tin electoral vote*
Helped along by the president'*
nweep, democrats kept control of
both the house and senate. ,
With returns In many congress-
ional district* still incomplete, the
democrats were certain of W1 house*.
1 While the rice harvest Is m-arlnx 'seats '— ,111 mote than the 21R need-
'Cotiiphitioii in' Orifhde, ertuntV. ' the led for a bare majority Republican
v ort: has h'—n dclaye'l by rain, and were sure of 114 and the American
,iay not lie coinplctci for several l.ahor party/one. At this point dem-
'•'s/or; w^*,'/: I ' ri>C;rat* ttt/ma- tyon'.iT houefj<i ats :. now,'
• held' by1' re|iubiwun slid republican*.
O. E. S. Meets At
Masonic Teinple te
I.. I,. Itarkor, chalrnrm of the
Oran«e Cntinty Mhfety association,
and chairman of ttje safety division
of the Orange County I tad Cross, wifl
go 10 ft. Wortii Thursday*'" .attend
the Industrial . tafety Conference to.
be held thet'e Xbvember « and It.
itat'Kirfi who la'.elan assistanti fire
Mrs. Kniherlne ||re*nmnn of Wftttj j chief, will make the l'i. Worth trip
Ins. It life member- of the lord O. K
H. Chapter. boitoree for Qte «i-
clal hour which was Held In the
club room following the huslncstr
meeting. flh« wn* presented wlDL H
lovely locket as it Rl/t ttmi the eKftp-
ter with Mr*. M. Q. pitvle* making
on approvnl ot Mayor Al* Hokolskl.
_n«rt er will jjartlcinnte In dissua-
sions and Inatrucilon* having to do
with bustard* Incidental to the Vset
expansion program. It fias been
pointed out that Orsni# 1* deeply (n-
torested ln safety. matter* in view
of the greet, expansion of population
had capturrd sbt house eeats now
held by democrat*, giving tho demo-
(.rat* a net sain of eleven.
Amon*. the republican house mem-
ber* who won re-otectton was Rep.
Joseph W. Martin, Jr., of Ma*eft-
chusetis, the- party's national chair-
Control of the senste was hardly „
In doubt because democrats hold*
over* and unopposed candidates In
the soutli were almoet sufficient 10
anaure a *
'('V.H'.vfifeaiury. T " 1 gainst ana Tor. ! , i 1
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beekeve. The vote ws* 2fi .24« a- I pneutnonl^:; and doctors «M,'H ! • Tuesday. November J9. St the Mm- tore as a result of the nsvy ship the annual
gainst and 204,147 for. S5k etiltod from hi* working In the rstn. gonlc Temple. . ' " ' ' '-uiMlns program, |ent-Teashera'
Mr*. To# Dodd and Mrs. W. 9.
WpntherforAi-rcpreaetitalives of tfHl
high ertiool r T. A.
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 268, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 6, 1940, newspaper, November 6, 1940; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth307974/m1/1/: accessed March 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.