The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 243, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 9, 1940 Page: 4 of 4
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• .THE ORANGE, LEADER
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By Eddie Brietx
CINCINNATI, <*.; .«. (AVI - Tiv
other (elluWK tau#y outvote u* cm
the aertOS hero. bui H-pil strini along
ttith old Jj rainy Wil»»n. Tu«*r»* i* m
guy 4m ,tran old ;— an tige at tthi. h
:iiu9t ImII pliyeft me ill the bone
yard — jet, he went out there mid
A a tight K|\ of the tiHi|BMt game *
ever played In aeries competition. To
top n all off. the old but actually
stede a base. other play era may
have shone a hit brighter, bpi atiil
McKee hie uill tell you there » '* no
more vuiuabie player *»n the triumph-
ant Heits than the old geiillem.vn «*f
The Boy* Don't Forget,
By Jack Sords
We are representatives for the ,
Theodore Havitaod chirvi and have ■
several beautiful patterns in stock as
wall as illustrations of over too pat
terns which jou may choose from.
Place your order now as it takes 4
weeks to secure special patterns.
Priced M piece set 9MJM. JOE
L1TA8, Watchmaker X Jeueler.
We ere repreeentatiies for the
Hamilton watch, both men’s and la-
dies styles. JOK 14 ( AS. Watchma-
ker and Jeweler.
Edward Sumnick, New York trem
merchant, dWiayw the President
Vargas Diamond, largest uncut dia-
mond in the world and fourth larg-
est ever found. Sent to Manhattan
from Brasil via London by regis-
tered mail, it weighs 726.60 carats,
60/100 of a carat more than the
famed Jonker diamond. Compare
the Vargas stone with the Jonker
No. 1 diamond, mounted in a 11,-'
And Maybe You.TMt.WUI Feel Like
"Happy Days Are Here Again’*
Do pc mutter trim isertsetineT Do m
•offer from fatty laiHwattw Mow tka Ut
or dck headscbr
pottos? Do few
| When Kill McKe«-huh* wan mxiiag
In* the Cardinal* li«» sent two dozen
mffer from c—otipottoaT Do too
. fatty jpiUiseMee bdoer Ike belt
f bo. yw Beay need to bock «p the
flow of yo«r natural laxative floid with
Carter’s Uttie Liver POIs. Try tbeoi acrord-
t»:i***hall* to Ih*’ In'naty.ff of flu-
j eral |m*ii ?»t AlUntil. Vt*Mli»r<Uy ho
■ reeeLed a telegram «»f luck
i from th<* guy*. Mom of them ar«
i tr.ember* id tin* faniou* “Kagnn’n
(iiAof'tiS femtiTO j
n, M.r doubled tbo
i n aocne push as
, When two
tkia laxative fluid flows tbromrti oar board
•vary day. tbo above miseries of tbo flesh
Job to oomttpBtioa may go away. Then many
of us Bwy feel like ~Happy Days Are Here
a” Ask your druggist now for Carter's
tSaS Uvu piihT ity’SdiifT
tie handle the famous Button
leather roods. the finest ill the
world made all in one piece without
a taam. Retainers. $1 up. billfolds
with .(pliers, XI up. JOK l.t’CAS,
* W atehmaker A Jeweler.
IT WONT BE
WEDNESDAY, 0CT0BEB 9, 194#
Me Behisd Mu Mike on HsaMe’s Foctiill Brodcittij
These four announcers are fea-
tured on the Humble Oil A Re-
fining Company’s radio descrip-
tions of Southwest Conference
Football games; literally they fill
the air with the air-minded foot-
ball of the Southwest each Sat-
urday afternoon. At left ia Kern
Tins, one of the outstanding foot-
ball announcers onhe country.
Next to him is Eddie Dunn, Texas
radio personality who recently
moved to Chicago, but plans to
travel southward to handle sev-
eral of the Humble broad-
casts. At right is C|
Leland, who followed up a
brilliant career as a playei
at T. C. U. with a careet
fully aa briiliant as a foot-
ball announcer; like Kern
Tips. Cy is a veteran of
the Humble broadcasts.
Center, outline, is Hal Thompson,
the well-known Sports announcei
of Dallas. These four announcers
will be supplemented and assisted
on the Humble Company broad-
casts by other well-kn
miam&sota m*f earr a tie ‘ '
inxo a AittWw«sr«Aj dictacy
AccortU:^ ?•» in** »iir t-.foiy IhnihI,
jtlHiv v.ere -t!» fatal iKfitliMiM fluting
To Hold Reunion! Breakers Sought;J !;!«'■'"%r,™
--- ! AI.VKSHAI.L. Tex., tfet. s. |.W> ' mi
< MYicei s. a ft' reeking two Ar
thur 44111 and Ale* .lohnsU n who
eMcaped from the littrik>«*n ct»umy
Hill w.ih utulvf a death NottUiue | *»un>‘
fur iviurder in Uaitula cuunty an»* I *“■■■■■
'mu* Iwlng lirlil here f-u* rafeU -»*|iirg
•lohriHttin was charged with luiir.U-r
Orange county membere of the both
»division which saw service overseas
j in the world war, have received In-
vitations to attend the reunion to
l>£ held November J* 1U-1 I In Dallas.
A large number of Oran-e count j ex
service men are members of this di-
K:: u !Vm ! •»* Yugosl.ivia. when
| rrmvfUMl in 1VM wove a la’onxfl
crown made from i-uptured Turkish
mob of St. Loins, who are
there from -IT
Today's <*ijm*t Star
Lloyd Lewis. I’hieago Daily News:
Ilauk Oreeotierg is. in |>ers*iiiivii<.v-
-!lie succ«\*Eor ol Dim Ihan lh«*
idol of the Isiesball mol*, jitsi as fH*an
"as Math's successor. I'nllke them
in manlier he nevertheless makes It
i*Uln to s|irA*tators that he takes
vast personal delight in winning just
as they did. He grins In open hap-
piness when he cracks out a long
hit. His shoulders droop morose'y
when he pups out.**
IN (ASH HUB fOK tOYS AND GIUS!
What about the student seuute
committee at Minnseota — \othig
down it* iil cheer leaders? It ain't
fair, we Biiy. The cutics are a Ids
part of the grid show. Kinky Wal-
ters' shutout of the Tigers whh the
first white washing tb,* \.itiitu«| lea-
gue has given the American league
since lain W-irneke of the t’anb
gaose-eggeil the Tigers in the flr«C
game of the series. Among the
iiitHnrt here i* tli.it Cleveland has
*fTcre«l Ben ('hapniatt to Wa^hitiict hi
for Herald Walker.
Best i|iiip of the series was attril
uled to .loft. Mel'ailh\.
another xuy named
this series Is e*,*marned. Sitting Is*
hilnl a woman with a big liat. Joe
remarked: •‘Tills b* the worst view
<*f a series I've li.pi in five years.*’
4 I — —
llendiiiie “i'fwich lauyden
vorld scries winning runs
$50,000 siKNize. "
Here’s what happened. The De-
troit Tigem were »»ut front. I to o
as Frank Mct’ormick led off the Beds
seventh with a blistering double a-
gainst the left field wall. Jimmy
Hippie folowed with another twceply
shot against the right field barrier,
it lottked as if Bruce Campbell might
catch nipples hard drive, and Mc-
Cormick tagged up at second.
As the bull lilt the wall, McCor-
mick started for third, but slowed
almost to a walk after rounding the
bag. Campbell threw to Kartell, be
tween second and third, but Burt ell.
despite yell? pud gesticulations from
his mates, didn't notice McCormick
was only halfway between third and
home until too late to make the
play, ^t the same time McCormick
didn't khow the ball was back 1^
:i*e infield and just jogged across
like any who hit a homer.
Anyway, the e\|»erts figure if Kar-
tell bad caught McCormick at th**
plate, the Tigeo would have won
the game I to it. and the series n-
|ong with it. -The out would have
loft Hippie on second with one away,
and Wilson would not have followed
with a sacrifice, which put the run
who is just j ner jjm third from where he scored
Joe as far as | the winning run on Myers’ long fly
The difference between the win-
ners' an«l losers’ share of the series
gold is far above $50,000. hut the
second guessers settled for that a-
mount on the snooze angle.
I*. S. Representative “ Martin
Dies, chairman of the on American
activities commit tec replying t«*
newspaper re|*orts from Washington i
D. I*, relative to his work, said that
everything was in readiness to ex-
pose the entire fifth column men
•tee in America.
Dies said that he was convinced
that the fifth columnists were bet-
ter organised and entrenched In
America than any country in Kurope
even though it seemed that the peo-
ple Were unable to grasp the seri-
ousness of this situation.
IVngressmun Martin Dies - who was
laid up with a head cold Tuesday,
was walking about his hoi^ie rite
Wednesday awaiting further advees
from Washington in regard to heal-
ings under the eongresudonul com-
mittee 'on In vest gat ion. of which he
is chairman. He expects to leave
soon, going first to Washington and
then to various sections of the coun-
try. including New York, to conduct
ST HALS CREAM. TOO
ZANKSVTLLK. O. Oct. t*. C •)
Airs. Cleo Newsom complained to po-
lice about a milk thief **sa impudent
be plans his menus."
Not content with siealin;; milk
from the doorstep, she said, he tak-s
orders for the milkman to !ei\o
whipping cream anti swipes that,
from developing at start
Put a few drops of Vicks Va-tro-nol
In IMS, J. J. Audubon saw
flock of passenger pigeons
Louisville. K.v., cstimiip»d at m*»re
than 1.000, (KM), 0O»» Idris. Audiibon
figured such a flock would consume
H,7l2,fHiO bushels of food daily.
MKXiro rjTY. oc. :*
Hen. Jesus A gust in (’astro, minister
of national defense, sen: an' official
circular today to romniandets <*f
Mexico's 231 military zones thank
Ing fhem for assurances t.f loyal:v
^received after the abortive ;i!»iis;ii«
"f lieneral Andres Zarxosa. slain h
Monterrey two weeks ago.
Iflfled despite win over- Pacific." Haw 1
Dick BarteU Is
.\|l Swiss cHixeiis ate entitleif U>
lrn%ivwJU*e.. ^gUfiiNr *a3eS*^—^ '
KA'NSAS CITY. Oct. SI. (Al*) —
Don Kiser of St. Benedict's college.
Atchison. Kens, is a fr«nk fiK»tl»ol!
coach. The former Notre Danu*
fulllack admitted making 47 mis-
takes in one game. They all came
in the second half. tin*, he told the
“•College of Complaint.'* an organ!
x it ion of fans and coaches, St.
Benedict's lost, of course, b-33 bn
up each nostril at the very first sniffle
or sneeze. Iu stimulating action aids
Nature's defenses against colds.
The annual outing «*f K iglisb
printers and their employe** is vu'l
ed a. w avzgoowe.
All Sizes and Colors
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402 Klcventh St.
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We are representative* of the I la-
tex Newman watchman's clock, the
most important piece of equipment
of any place of business. \Ve repair
watchman's clocks of all makes and
I give on« da> service. If your watch-
ClNt’INN.VTI. IL Oct !». (AD— | man's clock is out of order, bring.
The second gue«M*ri« lire calling Dick | mail or express it to us and we will
Kartell'* seventh tuning mental lap * repair it same day eo you won’t be
Called Goat By
fetches are going to
factories are behind on orders and
we do not know when we will receive
another shipment. Make your se-
lections now so that you'll be sure
to have it for C hristmas. A small de-
posit will hold it. JOK I.IC AS,
Matchmaker X Jeweler.
when the Beds soured their
Remember we sell for cash or on
easy terms. la>ok over our magnifi-
< rent stock an J make your selection
now. \ imill dei»osit will hold any
article. JOK I l CAS. M atchmaker X
without it | single night. We give
watchman's dock repairing right-of-
wty hi our ehop........Price* cn new
watchman’s clocks on application.
Me also handle dials for watchman's
clocks. JOK bt f.VS, Matchmaker X
SIGNS “0” LIFE
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the good light an I.E.S.
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Dr. Gus Evans, Jr.
Announces the Opening of
Located Over The
Orange Drug Co.
602 Second St
SALES and SERVICE
NOTICE OF DISCONNECTION
To the Delinquent Sewrer Patrons of the
Orange Sewer System:
If you have not paid your delinquent sewer
account within ten days from the date of this
notice, we will be forced, under our laws and
contract with the United States Government
to discontinue your line from the sewer system
A SPECIAL PERSONAL
By Request, Our Representative
Will Call at Your Hoine to Arrange Loan
This new service Ik ami In hie to nil Orange residents from hoW^jjn.
Just write or phone, telling us nhoul uhst rime to rail ami approx*
iniate amount of money desired.
Phone or Write for Appointment
—= WE SUPPLY GASH
For Taxes, Past Due Bills or Any Other
Purpose On Your
301 Pearl Street
Dick Stewart, Mgr.
Southwestern Greyhound Lines
Bus Station—505 Green Ave.—Phone 252
Open 24 Hours
2:59 A. M.
4:55 A. M.
9:34 A. M.
11:14 A. M.
1:55 P. M.
4i40 P. M.
6:30 IP. M.
8:10 P. M.
8:55 P. M.
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Busses Leave Orange
2:15 A. M.
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Quigley, J. B. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 243, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 9, 1940, newspaper, October 9, 1940; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556749/m1/4/: accessed August 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.