The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 17, 1954 Page: 2 of 27
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THE ORANGE LEADER SUHPAY,1 OCTO»EK_17,J«4
Is Protested in Ad
CLEBURNE, Tex., Oct. 18 (AP)
—A group of businessmen and
Methodist laymen in nearby Al-
varado have hcught an ad in to-
morrow’s Cleburne TimM-Review |
to protest a religious pamphlet.
The ad says the pamphlet was
* sent to 10.000 Methodist laymen
• as a suggested program for lay-
men's day, to be celebrated in
the Methodist churches tomor-
Homecoming Date Draft,, Preinduction
Calls Set Oct. 18
Set at Stark High
The 7th annual Stark High
School homecoming has beery set
for Oct. 29 with the highlight to
be recognition of the “sweetheart”
on the field during the half-time
On that date, the Orange Tigers
will play Galena Park and the
football sweetheart, selected by
team members, will reign In the
customary tradition at the game
and later at a dance.
The sweetheart and her maids
, will be escorted onto the field as
. The pamphlet lists its sponsors 1he band plays. "Let Me Call You
a* the General Board of Lay Ac- sweetheart.” She will officially
tivities of the Methodist Church, i assurae at that time, the title of
in cooperation -with the United ! "Tiger Sweetheart of ’54.”
Churchmen’s Council of the ! The student body senate will
Churches of Christ, U.S.A. sponsor the homecoming dance to
' The Alvarado men protest that be held in’ the gym immediately
ftp pamphlet “suggests laying after the game. Music will be
®>wn- our arms and negotiating furnished by the Bengal Debs
ORANGEFIELD (Spl) — Mrs.
Allie Chesson has returned home
after visiting in the home of Mr.
«pd Mrs". J." J. Chesson in Austin.
Mrs. R. E. Pirtle. Mrs. Dave
Williams and Curtis Ayers, all of
Hardin, visited in the home of Mr.
of Mrs. J. P.
Bail Bond System
Overhaul Is Urged
Fifteen men will be inducted by
Draft Board No. 100 on Oct. 13
from Orange Coupty. At the same
time, a preinductipn call will take
20 men from Jasper and Newton
Counties^w^d 12 from Orange.
To leave for induction from the
Greyhound Bus Station in Orange
at 6 a m. will be Edgar Allen West-
brook, Robert Marion Hardin,
•Thomas Mildridge Ada way, Frank
Warren Freeman, Charles Julius
Simmons. Alvin James Lee, Gerald
Olenn Williams, William ^Lee
Thomas, John Edward Herbert,
Marvin Lavine. Jeff Runnels,
Deanlee Agerton. El wood Owens
Boulet. Kenneth Dale DeVille and
Jerry June Eubanks. Eubanks is
a delinquent registrant. There will
be no men sent from Jasper and
Newton Counties for induction on
that date, according to Chief Clerk
Mrs. W. Lausen Cox.
To leave from Union Bus Sta-
tion. Jasper, at 6 a.m. for prein-
duction are Roscoe Wagner, Bob-
by Gene Choate. Albert Troy Hut-
to. Roy Lee Nelson, Jay Dixie
Smith, David Louis Moss, Eugene
Williams, Carl Edward Good. Bob-
by Gene Collier. Bobby Roy Greer,
Hulen Wjlliam Turner.
Also, Lincoln Junior Tudman,
Along the Road
AUSTIN. Oct. 18 (AP)—Over-
haul of Texas’ bail bond system
and laws’ to prevent sale of ob-
scene, crime and horror litera-
ture will be recommended to the ______ _______________ ______
and Mrs. C. B. Chesson this week, next legislature by eight state law I Charles Edward Young, E r s e i
' Mrs. Cassie Norwood visited her \ enforcement agencies. Francis Davis. Charles , Lester !
sister, Mrs. Maggie Duhon. who The legislative committee of the I Eaves. William Denise Martindale,
underwent surg-ry at St.. Luke’s eight. agencies said today it also | Norman Richard Boyett, Pulma i
Episcopal hospital in Houston last j will recommend these additional j Twine. Dempsey Jimmie Calhoun |
Week. She also visited Mr. and : changes: ", and Frankie Joe Carroll.
Mrs. Leon V. Norwood and Mr. A new coroner’s law requiring , From the GrevhoUn(i Bus Sta-
and Mrs. Hoy Duhon before re- | competent medical examination in | „ Orange, at 6 p.m. will go the
1 following premductees: Charles
Ray Woolridge, John Henry Hen-
Mrs. Dolton St. Germain is in
Houston at the bedside of her
daughter, Mrs. Fred Granger, who
underwent surgery at the Height’s
Don’t fail to get our prices
on glass jalousie windows
and doors before }Ou figure
that deal . . .
"WE CAN SAVE
BRIDGE CITY—Ph. 8-8741
| all cases of violent death; a cen
tral reporting agency for receiv-
ing records and finger prints on
all convictions of felonies and
driving while intoxicated cases',
better laws dealing with sex per-
verts, and making window-peep-
ing a misdemeanor
derson, Jimmy Arnold Baker, Clif-
ford Clibban Robinson Jr., Till-
man Pat Hoffpauir, Steve Laugh-
By MARY ALICE LAKEY
Cockers always impressed me
as being sleepy, rather phlegmatic
dogs good only for childrens' pets
and looking pretty , . . dogs for
which you have to use clothespins
to tie their flop-
'h'v r •'1
I've found in
■Hi. -JM that
i|lH nitclv if not t)ic
IWfc • - r a « r . the
hJR Cocker can be
YW the world, with
-<*. a strong will
which can take
1 them into some
i «k»v embarassing sit-
* T uatlona into
which their owners are dragged.
Mv lesson In what a Cocker is
came from a big, black fellow
who was willed to me by a friend
who entered the hospital last
weekend. My daughter called him,
laughingly, “Burnt Biscuit the
First.” I am the one who is burnt!
I’m afraid, because of his didoes.
He's the happiest, most af-
fectionate little fellow I’ve ever
seen, makes no discrimination
in what he eats, will as cheer-
fully chomp vegetables as he
will hamburger, and insists on
being constantly at your aide.
Let your car door open and like
a bullet, he plummets to the front
seat. He practically owns the
buggy, front and back seat.
Biscuit is a doggy Houdinl, and
I found it out the hard way. In
and nose to open screen doors
so he did just that. The cafe-
teria manager, Mrs. Alice Wil-
liams, was shocked to see at
black-and white bullet flash by.
In he drove like a Jet to lick
my feet. Said Supt. Terrell
Love: "You mean he opened
that back door? Some men have
trouble doing that"
After this, my dilemma was not
days time too bad. Lave permitted Biscuit
this defi-! to stay and the' board meeting
proceeded while, my- face burned
and the bundle of trouble peace-
fully snoozed up under a table.
Take it from me, though, dogs
get into your affections as quickly
ty and at some points, the Comet
does about 85 miles per hour
with the sensation that you’re
simply not going to stick to the
tracks but will soar through the
blue and land nobody knows
Tex says those tracks have to
fancy pants” dotted the crowdJ.County Health Unit gives anti-
» it __i i ..mnllnov ifa/ioinntinno air h I n H
Calhoun, Pennywitt Joseph Na-
•j quin Jr. and Roy Dial Ward.
Tommy Sorrels Appointed Aggnt CRASH kills DALLASITE
For Allstate in Orange County
j Tommy Sorrels of 109 GlWier
j Cts.. Orange, has been appointed
j agent for the Allstate Insurance
| Co. for Orange County, /
(/ Before joining Allstate,- hq was
employed by the American Na-
: tional Life Insurance Co. During
j World War II Sorrels served with
I the U S. Navy. He is married and
j the father of one boy.
A 150 pound man has about 7
pounds of calcium in his body.
ROYSE CITY. Tex., Oct. 16
(AP)—Virginia Van Cleave died
in a Dallas hospital today of in-
juries received in a car crash that
injured four others near here last
lin. Carter Collins, Buford Earl i so doing, I found he has a ter-
ror of being alone or closed up . ..
I know about that feeling of clau-
strophobia. I have it when I get
Anyway, here’s the way I found
out about his Houdini-like quali-
ties. Took him in the car to Or-
eld Monday night and left
i the closed car while I went
Ho to] report. For a few moments
mfftu prfshifnt :hele* oUt the most spine-chilling
n ♦ 1« / a o\ howls the board had ever heard.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 (AP) , pjnanyi he decided all his noise-
Gina Lollobrtgida, lovely Italian < nlakjng was doing no good so he
film star, was introduced to Pres.- j started ficurlng The large win-
dent Eisenhower today and said I dowg were halfway up and he
•««£»!* U WaS 3 8“* h0nor j couldn’t manage to squee
and thrill. through. So what does he do?
With his nose and the strength of
his determination, he pushed open
the side vents and wiggled
through. Next thing I knew, he
was sniffing at the window near
where I was seated. He saw he
couldn’t possibly get through the
screen so around the back he
traipsed to the kitchen door.
He has a habit of using paw
Permits Being Issued
For Homes at Vinton
VINTON. La. (Spl) — Permits
for homes to be built in the new
Shaw Addition are being issued
by City Secretary Lawrence Har-
The homes are being built at an
approximate cost of from $10,000
to $14,000 by Dr. J. W. Shaw. The
first home, for Banker Leo Mc-
Gough, is in finishing stages.
Other permits were issued this
week to V. A. Lyon to construct a
two-room frame house to cost ap-
proximately $900 and to J. L. Mer-
chant for a three-room frame at
approximate cost of $2,000.
All 9 Pieces
at the usual price of the Bed Davenport umy
Iksuh w» mod* • ipodal lorgs pwrchoM, and bs-
cauM all tht furniture pises* of this completely notching
outfit wsfs mods by ONf monvfoctursr, YOU rscsivs tha
advantage of • grsat prks coving. Hare it well con-
in'uctsd quality furniture, at • rsally law cmt. The lu«-
uriout lad Davenport apenc at the flick of your, finger
into o comfortable double bed with tpociouc bedding
Davenport, Fvll Up Chair, and Platform locker are ell
severed In cmerl matching tweed, with your choice ef
beautiful colors. Full coll boeet In both cholrt give extra
comfort. Weil padded bockc, with neatly tailored uphei-
ctery, alee indicate the fine quality ef thlc cat. Smart end
tablet, and matching cocktail table, plus two modern
pottery bate lompt, and a framed picture ere included in
rhit fine outfit. Your choke ef blende or walnut.
A Smell Deposit Will Hold Any Purchase For Later Delivery
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One nr the most frequently
encountered conditions In a
Chiropractor's office ia that of
High Blood Pressure. Also it is
one of the fastest responding
which a Chiro-
practor can give
have had many
hundreds of cases
of same, end of
tenslon Is always
-_____, and when
to give an adjustment or ad-
justments. then proceed.
The remarkable thing about
all this is that in about 88% of
these eases the blood pressure
will drop a great deal In a few
minutes due to nervous relax-
ation which follows the ad-
justment. This is usually tem-
porary but many adjustments
over a period of time helps
them to go for months and
even years without noticeable
recurrence. Occasional adjust-
ments seems to maintain their
gain* by keeping the cause of
their nervousness removed.
Ltetoa t* "HEALTH TALKS" «
KOOT, Men.. W.4., Frl.. 1:8* *J
Tum., Thun., Sat., S p.m.
Dr. H. L. Rudtstal
801 Seventh Phone 1-1*41
r.n.alUll.n ty appointment caly.
Office Haera: Men., Tum.. w.i . M,
S a.m.—Neon; a , m.—C ,-m.
TSnreSnye a«C SatarSaya. t *MI Haas
Speaking of children, I never
saw so many in one group as those
who attended the annual Du Pont
picnic last Saturday at the Plea-
sure Pier In Port Arthur. In fact,
I never saw so many people gath-
ered together at one time. There
was more attendance than last
Among the most popular facili-
ties at the park was the "Comet”
roller coaster which enchanted
not only the young but the oldsters
as well. Robert (Tex) Hester who
had been ride superintendent for
about three years told me that
about three-fourths of that crowd
of several thousand persons had
ridden in his buggies. Most young-;
sters coming off the speeder would
tug at the parents’ hands and say, j
“Pop, let’s do that again.” Many j
of the parents were exhausted by I
tagging along with junior but i
some of them said, “This makes j
me feel young again-"
The way the Comet operated
fascinated many onlookers who
mulled around the entry gate.
I found out that the mechanism
ti simple since it has two brakes j
and a starter and the buggy Is
pulled up by a chain to a high
point. A/ter that. It’s Just gravi- 1
be “walked" every day and lie
does (he walking. “Every inch has
got to be inspected. We don’t want
any accidents and in the three
years I’ve been here we haven’t
had any bad ones.” he adds, “only
thing I worry about is maybe get-
ting a passenger who has heart
trouble. Those are the kind we
Tex has a dog mascot, Sandy,
who gets in the buggy and rides
like any veteran human being.
He’s been doing that about a
year now. But dogs weren’t always
happy thoughts with Tex. A mad
dog wandered onto the fair
grounds one day and wouldn’t let
the children riding the kiddie cars
get in or <out. So Tex got' some j
hot coffee from a concession i
stand and threw, it on the animal, i
The dog wandered away, stuck his j
head into a machine somewhere I
and that was the end of trouble. |
All shapes, kinds and sizes of
with one of the handsomest out
fits, brown and autumnal colors,
worn by Henry Vail. V •*
One of the hardest jobs was ;
the announcer's who spent
mueh of his time locating par-
ents of ^ost ‘children, calling
persons to' the 'phone and car-
ing for lost billfolds. - ■
But it was a child's heaven, wiih
bumpin’ cars and ice cream bars.
Said Mrs. Walter B. Purdy: “When
we get to the gate, I get ’bye,
Here’s something that has me
puzzled ... why don’t people take
advantage of a free'service that
protects their health? The City-
WE HAVE IT!
There la no me In putting n good
coal of paint ever apota of mat. A
little time sprat In sanding and
cleaning before 'painting will make
Mteeleoat rubber base paint luat ea-
tra years. ^
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years, free. Also, diptheria shots
which you should have every 10
years . . . Mrs. Theta Woods, the
nurse, said people just don’t come
and get them.
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Social Security Representativ*
Changes Offices in Orange
Regular Thursday morning visits
to the Orange office of the Texas
Employment Commission will be
discontinued by Social Security
representatives, and instead they
will be in Room 303 at the court-
house at the same time.
J. Y. Sere, manager of the So-
cial Security office at Port Arthur,
today announced that a repre-
sentative would be at the court-
house each Thursday from 9 a.m.
to 12 noon to discuss social secur-
ity problems with persons having
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 258, Ed. 1 Sunday, October 17, 1954, newspaper, October 17, 1954; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556785/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.