The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 93, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 20, 1949 Page: 2 of 6
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THE ORANGE LEADER
ships out in event of emer-
gency orders, grew out of experi-
ence following the first world war.
When military and government of-
ficials learned that ships stored
after the first world war, were
found to be riusted beyond salva-
tion, they vowed that it would not
happen again to this country,
Commander Eastman said, in ex-
plaining the importance Of this
part of the nation's security pro-
SUto of Reaitlncas
Trained personnel maintain all
stored ships in a state of preser-
vation and readiness. The ships
at Orange are in better condition
Got you cfown? Try
For long-letting relief
now than when they were brought
In, the Commander declared.
Similiar training programs are
conducted at Boton, New London,
Conn., New Vork, Norfolk, Char-
leston, S. C., Green Sjpring*,
Fla., and various points on the
Reservists receive instruction on
the reactiviation of the vtfrlous
types of ships laid up at the base.
The group at Orange includes am-
munition ship*, yard repair ships,
rescue sal"~3e vessels, net tend-
ers, landing ship dock, landing
ship vehicle, destroyers tenders,
seaplane tenders, high speed fleet
tugs, floating drydoeks type ARD,
minesweepers, genera! repair ves-
sels and various yard craft.
This type of training is rated by
the bureau of personnel as equal
In importance to that of the Fleet
Commander Eastman, in discus-
sing phases of the training, listed
one day of firefighting, one day
of small arms practice, and one
afternoon's boat trip around the
Sabine area, as additional features
of the training. This trip is made
ALL LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
Including 10 H. P. Completely Automatic Boiler
with return system, one 30-in. Extractor, Three
30 x 36 tumblers. 14 Maytag washing machines,
750 gallon hot water tank .. cash register, electric
water cooler . . .
MUST. BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY
WILL SELL SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER
PHONE S638 OR APPLY 1501 MAIN
Cold War Truce
Made Possible by
WASHINGTON, April 20. (AP)
—Vice Admiral Alan O. Kirk to-
day was appointed ambassador t-n
Kirk is being transferred from
the ambassadorship to Belgium.
He also has been serving as min-
ister to Luxembourg.
At Moscow, Kirk will succeed
Lt, Gen. Walter Bedell Smith who
w?.s relieved recently to take com-
mand of the First Army in New
Kirk, 60, is a native of Phila-
delphia and now a legal resident
Twk Part In Invasion
He was graduated from the Na-
val academy in 1909 and served in
the Navy until 1946 when he was
appointed ambassador to Belgium.
During World War II, he par-
in one of the Navy's fifty foot
Often the quota at the Orange
base overflows especially in win-
ter months, as those living in the
ncrthern section of the country
are eager to spend two weeks in
the warm climate.
ticipated in the allied landing op-
erations in Sicily as commander
of the amphibious force of the
United States Atlantic fleet. He
was one of a group of allied of-
ficers who prepared and directed
naval phases of the cross-channel
invasion of Prance.
As envoy to E jlgium-Luxem-
bourg, Kirk has been concerned
chiefly with American relations
with Western Europe and has not
been identified with the more vi-
olent phases of the "cold war"
Has "Open Record"
This presumably figured im-
portantly in his selection for the
hottest spot in the American dip-
It means he goes to Moscow
with an open record, from the So-
viet standpoint. That might in-
fluence the Russians if, as some
diplomats anticipate, the Kremlin
should decide to negotiate far n
real truce in the cold war.
Socialism, Private Enterprise Share
Amiably in European Recovery Plan
orange, Texas; Wednesday, aphtt. i(k
Child Lost in Swamp
Found by Searchers
For All Your Building Needs
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All Kinds and Colors in Roofing
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Eave-Strip - Valley - Flashing
All Kinds of Nails and General Hardware
—Moulding of All Kinds—
-We Can't Please Every Body, But We Try"
—WE DOZE, BUT NEVER CLOSE—
"Hot-Shot* Delivery Service on Orders of $10.60
The training periods at Orange
are invariably considered very
pleasant and Commander East-
man says he gets many letters
from both officers and men after
they have returned 13 their homes.
• Officers live in the BOQ and
men live on the accomodation ship
during their two weeks stay.
Those who bring their families are
housed in prhate homes in town
Commander Eastman said ar-
rangements had been made with
several families who make spare
rooms or apartments available to
the Navy for this purpose.
Many of the men enjoy week-
end trips to Galveston where they
use the facilities of the army re-
creation center at Fort Crocket.
5 doctors prove
this plan breaks
the laxative habit
I( jroif taka luallwi muUrty—b«r*' hew
you ran (toil!
Dmsim 5 N«w Y«rk doctor* now h«r
proved yo« nay break tb* laxaUv* habit. And
aatabtian your natural powart of raralartty.
Eighty4kraa par cent at tbecaaaa taaUd did it.
Bo can you. _ .
Stop taking whatever you mow take. In-
stead: Every nlcht for one week takat Carter*;
nils- Second week—one each night. Third
rtONtc a no roo hvnt
BRIDGE CITY, Apr. 2 . (Spl.)
—An all day picnic and Easter egg
hunt h^d at Howard's Woods on
Good Friday wait enjoyed by the
following members of the Junior
department and workers of the
First Baptist church in Bridge
City: Betty Jane Wise, Ysonne
McTaggart, Betty Mae Murphy,
Nelda Martin, Bertis Murphy, Er-
nest McCollum, Dorothy .•Willing-
ham, Patsy Jean Logan, Betty Sue
l*ogan, Elva Cesspc, Alda Jo Gris-
som, Eddie Gray, Charles Cessac,
WayHe Cessnc, Merle Cessac, Bes-
sie Lou Howard, La Faun Stewart,
Lavina Stewart. Mary Laverne
Hare rave, Wayne Lee, Don Arm-
strong, Joseph Hargrave, Ray-
mond Fah-child, Jimmy Don How-
ard, Joseph Price, Loretta Plott
Sally Howard, Margaret Ann Car-
lisle, Maydell King, Annie Laura
McTaggart, Howard Gray, Betty
Lou Fontenot, Jerry Scales, Ulen
Glen Jackson, Lucy Gregg, Carey
Paul McTaggart, Irma Jean Bige-
low, Marlynne Jackson, Jeanettc
Wise, Kyle Hubert, Jerry Hubert.
John Ford, Jqyee Marie Morri-
son, James Hubert, Robert Jack-
son, Russell Allen, Mary Key
Gray, Bertha Ladner, Michael
Armstrong, and Harold Heme.
Also, Mcsdames J. D. Martin, J.
F\ Scales, C. O. Under, A, Ces-
sac, S. W. Carlisle, Robert M.
Jackson. Grover A. Scales and the
Rev. Jimmie H. Gray.
By Daniel De Luce
PARIS, April 20. (AP)—Social-
ism and private enterprise appear
to be robbing shoulders amiably
in the share-the-dollars phase of
the European recovery program.
A survey of the distribution of
ERP's first 5 billion dollars re-
veals no cat-and-dog fight over
their division of American aid.
Both types have been greatly
helped by ERP.
Even in countries with strong
Socialist governments, private
interests have not been excluded
from vital assistance. Since it is
the government which administers
ERP on a national scale, the re-
building of some private industries
is a testimonial to Socialist dis-
Some Europeans, in fact, are in-
clined to say: "Look who's talk-
ing!" when they read of fears ex-
pressed in Congress that ERP may
be endangering private initiative
in the old world.
Socialism In U. S.
They, ask, mildly, whether
Americans realize how deeply the
United States has already ventured
Into socialization, spurred by the
depression in the 1930's and then
by the emergency of war.
"Moral Training of Children"
and "Se* Education In, Home"
program topics for the Anderson
PTA general meeting held recent-
ly in Anderson school auditorium.
The program was presented by
two recordings on the mentioned
Mrs. D. D. Woods gave report
of the City Council ofTTA. Fl;>via
BIG RAPIDS, Mich., April 20.
(AP)—Swamp searchers fought
2 1-2-year-old Jacqueline Symon
this morning after an all-night
State police reported that Jac-
queline, sought by a posse of 100
men since she became lost yester-
day, was found conscious three-
quarters of a mile from her home
east of here.
The child was brought to a Big
Rapids hopital where her condi-
tion was described as "fair." She
Wignall, principal, announced that
children accompanied by their j was reported suffering from ex
mothers, who are entering Ander-
son school for the first time to be
at the school on April 26.
The PTA by-laws were read
by Mrs. J. M. Wilson.
SOPHOMORE BAY RIDE
VINTON, La., April 20. (Spl.)—
i The sophomore girls of Vinton
parliamentary I high school were hosts for a hay
ORC CRAFT CLASSES
ANNOUNCE TIMF. CHANGE
Craft classes, sponsored by
Orange Recreation Commission an-
nounce a change of time, accord-
ing to J. B. Peddy, director. Class- 9
es for Tuesday are from 9 to 11:30"
a. m. and from 7 to «J p. m. and
on Wednesday from 7 a. m. to
4:30 p. m. Saturday classes have *
been discontinued, Peddy stated,
and children may attend after .
school on Wednesdays.
Mrs. John Giebitz hss been ap-
pointed instructor to fill the
vacancy of Mrs. M. W. Kight, who
is moving to Fort Worth, Peddy
said. The public is invited to join
the classes on Tuesday and
Wednesday which are held in
Riverside Community Center.
procedure courses were received ] ri('° iin(l wiener rest Monday
by seven members of the associa- i evening.
Hon. The Home and Family Life I A erotip of thirty young people
Study course was tnujjflrt by Mr. 1 rode out to the American Legion
and Mrs. J. M, Wilson. | picnic grounds on two pick up
Mrs. Rowland Hoff, president, j trucks loaded with hay.
conducted the meeting and an-
nounced officers would be installed
at the May meeting.
Easter songs led by Mrs.
Thomas Cox were sung preceding 1 Bahnsen and Mrs. G
the business meeting. I ' ~
After a few games, wieners
were roasted and supper enjoyed.
Chaperones for the occasion
were Dick Wilson, Dorothy Mae
Actress Condition Improved „
HOLLYWOOD. April 20. (AP)
—Oliva De Havilland, ill in bed
more than two months and expect-
ing a child in August, is improv- i
ing in health, her doctor says.
Hostesses were room mothers of
Mrs. Seizor's third grade and Mrs:
GREEKS CLAIM VICTORY
ATHENS, April 20. (AP)—The
general staff said today' Greek
troops hr.ve won another victory
in the Grammes mountains, rout-
ing communist rebels with heavy
The No. 1 Socialist government Bunn's fourth grade
In Western Europe now controls
Britain, but Britain is an example
of ERP aid being split two ways:
public .and private.
On the continent, the war did
more than avert socialism to in-
crease public industrial holdings.
Many plants that had belonged to
enemy or collaborationist interests
were taken over by the respective
governments in Franoe, Italy and
Norway, to name important cases.
In ERP continental planning,
two private industries—textiles
and oil refineries—are close to
the top of the aid list for expan-
sion. Tills is the rule, regardless
of whether the government of a
.ountry Is socialistic or not.
MEDFORD, Mass., April 20.
i (AP)—There's too much power in
| those small legs of two-year-old
i Stephan Dandoian—so he's hem-
| med in his own yard today,
j Steve took an all-day spin on his
| tricycle yesterday, winding up in
Winchester — three miles from
una Pine St.r
Day or Night Phone 4085
Insofar as this uncertainty dis-
courages- private capital invest-
ment, it threatens the long-range
recovery goals of ERP.
EASTER EGG HUNT MONDAY
VINTON. La., April 20. (Spl.)—
The children's department of the
Methodist church enjoyed an East-
i er egg hunt on the church grounds,
Monday afternoon.. After the hunt,
cold drinks were served the group.
• definite time for
But it is a fact that ERP-guaran-
teed private loans in Western Eu-
rope are not increasing as much
as ERP officials would like.
One reason is that national gov-
ernments claim to be. unable to
issue iron-clad assurances that
specific private industries will not
be socialized in a few years.
They say they are ready to
promise for themselves, but they,
can not promise what might be
done by a new government after
L G. ELMORE
CLEARING • GRUBBING
BE A UTIFIC ATION
23.13 PHONES 7921
NOW CAN M
A new, scientific treatment now offer* real
relief to the millions who suffer from the timd-
denimt rectal itch and other miseries caused
t>y Pin-Worms. And experts report, that at
least ene out 0/ every three persons Is Infected
with those ugly jiost*. Whole families may
have Fin-Worms and never oven know it.
Hut now you can and thottld do some! hint!
about this common condition. Joyne'i f-W
contains a special, mfdic!tlly-ni>-
proved ingredient that attack* Pin-Worms in
the intestine and removes t hem from the body.
Jlay It safe! At the first sign of I'in-Worms,
ask your druggist lor P-W, the sm^ll. cany-In-
take tablets |>erfected by the famous Jayne
Co„'specialists in worm remedies for over 100
years. Destroy those I'iu - Worms ... relieve
Jwtt Remember: P-W ® for Pin-We«m l
A Change is in Order..
Five New Y«M< duct on proved this plan
cm break the latstlve habit. . . ,
How can • laxative break tlie laxative
habit? Becau«> Carter'* Fflls "unblock" tb*
lower diceetive tract and from then oa let K
Bake use of its own natural powers.
Further -farter's Fills contain no habit-
It remit ilteTaaatlve habit . . . witn Carter'*
Pills ... and be rafutar naturally.
When worry, overeatin*. overwork Mk*
you irref ular temporarily—take Carter s Pille
temporarily. And never I** the laxaUva habit.
(let Carter** PUI* at any drugstore for H «
today. Yoa'tl be fratefnl the rert of your Ufe.
CUB SCOUT FARflr
VINTON. La., April 20. (Spl.)—
The Cub Scouts enjoyed a party
Monday afternoon In the Ameri-
can Legion plcnl.e grounds. An
Easter egg hunt was the main di-
version. Games were also enjoy-
ed under the direction of the scout
leaders, L. R. Chesser, Mrs. Beb
LeBlanc, Mrs. Russell Bello and
Mrs. ,1. A. Guldrv. ;
Dr. H. M. DhCHARWS
•:M A. M. to 5:30 P. M.
Evening* by Appointment
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