The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 217, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1957 Page: 2 of 20
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THC mmg HADOl THURSDAY. SOttMIEt 11, J»S7
po! airfield near
Trip to Valley
THE UTTIE WOMAN
A f* i Q •
famed Padre b-
ted. will be the first prim ta a
contest sponsored by TV Orange
Leader and the Smith Tex.* State
Pair in Beaumont which Opens for
a id-day wa Oct 17. |
The all-expense trip (board j*t
Trans-Texas Airways Super Star
aer will be nan by a wflta Texaa
Louisiana cwipie married » or
ore years tea The vtaing cow
e will be selected * the bests of
letter outlining « for route for a
la additioa to the
receive ts la obit
such to a
the Rio Grande
the wteiag couple
TARMAC TO OCBLE—Dutch
hands full trying Id gride tascurisue
— Up ****-».MpfffrriB the taMa ~ but aot half u
much a* some trying Ip get it. *
!Far East Institute at remote
i Frunze as die Chinese border, say I
26th ANNUAL T|XAS
PRISON STADIUM J
HUNTSVILLE, TEXAS <*Hl
EVERY SUNDAY IN OCTOBER
Tkhats On iete hi Orans*. •*
STAUDTS Jewelry, 20) 5H» St.
Aim Seems To Be Sell World an Invincibility
Rocket Propaganda Drive Launched by Russfa
1^-. Jr««-* -w—- »■* **
WASHINGTON * - Russia ap- world’s 6r*t intercintissewlt!
pears to have launched an ail-out iile.
X* « b*/ aircraft andsubma-Be
/ iTri, •Mun,
by the Leader, valuable merchass-,
dise prizes will be awarded to lour
other couples who hart celebrated
their Golden Wedding Anniver-
sary. or will have been married
______ , . with hydro- $• yean by Dec, 11, 1*57. The
geo bomba delivered try tag and secondary prizes, to be awarded at
confirmed' intermediate range rockets as the South Tern State Fair in
ecannwe*!---„ ^ ,„d subma Beaumont. Tuesday. Oct 22. wtll
„ --He said the United States be woe by: __ . .
: Sss-tS ssr “■ ^js."35 "* -■*
It seal dear to partly cloudy
fy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
exas residents got another
a Japanese Arm markets a po
able electric fan which can be
folded and carried in your pocket
like a portable radio. I
can tow destroy the United States *«»., brt ^
e^S^tL^roridTh “ who keep a ^^^rlldclSf^Vve^come^ *T ShS'SiSS' based •*<*" th« «*te **« there was none
dble mibtary gstnt now that tt tbfi* on Sov.ri pro pa- .wo****** n*ve *P;. tTv TrrTI- ,1^. imwii
has announced n dsim to r>Mit Mid the campaign is re- WHh
‘teto roe ty us ir rr$
ratio service lab
isot0-tv soma \
hew Ami ute VwSu Nsef
4* UM Hi TU 1-2391
’ la one 72-hoor period
‘ ‘ Moscow
awveaaia earn t
a desire to simply boait
over Russia's ~ ■—
I L The major reasoo behind it b,« **
aggregate Mai age
7. Tne couple traveUng the greet-
tt dntaace to reach the fair.
4. The couple married the tong-
they said, Pad *>
i *>*^t*r^ !°W>* ently beating the United
BONHAM »» ire ““»ch in nerfectine t
I || •* Konstantin A. /Vie
of the min with which tropical*
storm Esther drenched parts of]
Alabama, Mississippi and Louiu-,]
Patches of fog dotted sections]
Mrs w<U Sel^ OtaTumitiS <
including matched leather luggage, three miles in pUces
;deluxe portable radios and other
Etrly morning temperatures va-i
ried from 57 at Daihart to 82 at 1
Forecasters said a southbound ]
cool frost was due in the Panhan-1
• TONIGHT ONLY •
It's Our Irg hoot NM
WILLIAM HOLDEN IN
'Rochel and The Stronger'
outstanding work as a epograoo
it, znz jSJHTslx i
“ ‘ ... - . » changes were expect-
j letter must be aOcompemM by ■ WM1eiy scattered thundershow-1
nng the finishing touches to the
I50C OOO building It will house per ^
ZSJ5S2 ”**IUyta" k“ «*;*»«, I»I- ». «»
Friends at the House Meeker promiBeBtiy ID pr,Nda 11 days pressure the Lmted „ ^ nwmsgt. Thu ^ ®
S?S5 Vg AiPlffi?6 s— -|ara?«Nsaigs
a magazine for what wan called AwJltinC \ 1- Home btMdotsU undoubted The letters will be jidgedby an Pecot ^slley northward.
|ljr *ro aimed at reaaeuring the impartial panel of radio and tele- —--
people of the superiority virion newscMters to be selected
Communist system ia de-by the Youag
• HMOAY AMO tATUtOAT •
BIG 4 ATTRACTION
JOHN WAYNE IN HQ ACT10N-F16HTi6 BEST!
1 ’w' ,j\ She mode him forget
x.m?> *vw ,4 '\ he was a soldier!
¥&>■ ma<^e ^,er
'Ml remember she
Jh £ was a woman !
JOHN WAYNE • JANET LEIGH
u s. air’force ^
-mat FOR THIS WOAGIMINT-
AOtttTS OOt — CHllDtlR -----IS#
TIEN ACt CAIO HOUJMS ------rite
SU«. S^t C^rq. WJI Vm
Conf idtnlial Vardict
LOS ANGELES « - Driiberi- of,**
vision newscasters to be selected
by the Young Men s Buamesi
tions of "the jury In the Conftaw-; vslnpisg moons lor protecting League, sponsor of the South Tex
AAndamte Inrnmn Tax Cnt hi'M tisl magswne criminal iibei con- them against any surprise anacku State Fair. AH letters wiJI be-
^HOLTTON * — Rep. Albert *ptracy trial eater thesr tMsd day; from the capitalist wnr-mongering conie the property of the spoosor-
TTinnS (D-Tez) says Democrats toty . " , „
Sit that Con-i
press will vote a Binder
tn cut in MM.
"it wssrt be meek," V said yes-
terday. "but it will V a mod.
health, thing for the country."
-- m I ft ... , rr r -n, t
The Jurors have had the case.
mg newspapers and tbs YMBL and
rMivtfkMihl# Amririnn Ruv be reDri&ted in DRit or ia fuli
Yesterday they retunsod to the - mihtaiy move by the Sovtofi1* tomtdeA by the
rtroom with a request tor more Union The definite im
: remains that Kremlin
To IAEA Unit
I gitpression newspnp»rj die South Texss State-
seeking to avoid such a War now*i» celefafttta Its 10th anniversary
even limited milittry operations *te year, chamber* of commerce
ia the Middle East at McAllen. Brownsville and Har-
lingen in Teaas nod Maumoros in
Mexico, and Mrs. Tina Ortega,
owner of the famed La Cucaracha
Dinner Club in Reynosa, Mexico.
The contest is being staged is
ooafuacita with the South Texas
„ . Srid* FtBs Whk* is celebrating its
| NEWPORT. R. I tri—Despite Golden Anniversary due ysar. The
proteats by Republicans, Presi- first fair was held m Beaumont la
dent Eisenhower today picked 1M7.
Democrat Robert M. McKinney,; ,/A ■».. — N» ■
xnr^sserra Brozilion Indicted
board at governors of the new In- ' •/. « /* .
t^^ooal Atomic Energy,Oil KldADp COUItt
TTuf^raeeu _ ■ HOUSTON tit—Ludovico Pinto,
»PPQ»nteient, te forBer hushend of an attache at
Brazilian consulate here, was
trs£J^hSZLinrl£US' -! MrT Marie Pinto. 2», said he
• 5*VJr, . Coagrses sd- took the children for a ride June
joiirned last month. Senate Re- a, IMS. about a year after they
pubiiomu protested against re- were divorced, and failed to re-
P?rtoi W name McKinney. turn. She mid Pinto and the boys,
Th. GOP leaders urged appoint- Jose. 10, and Paulo, A now are in
RfoRftc OT B K pUi)!tCAJl yRiZ) 1«
deriSto Mrs. Pinto said her lawyers
HSrk? ^ been trying to get the chil-
.Ht>u*e Pr*“ dren brought back tad Brazilian
secretary, said he was not aware ,uthorttta advised that the cant
of the opposition, nod added:
have nothing to say on that. *
The International Atomic En-
“F be referred to the Harris County
ergy Agency vru set up to carry
out the atoms-for-peace program
Eisenhower proposed in o United
Nations speech in December 1953.
McKinney. 47, is publisher of the
Snpto Fe New Mextau and the
Et Nuevo Mexicano at Same Fe,
He served as an assistant sec-
rotary of Me interior ia the Tru-
man administration In U51-1W2.
T«rri«r Taking RitJ
After TOO-Mik Trip
CHATTANOOGA Tenn. tfs-A
Mack and white terrier named
Pepper" is haring a rest today
after taking a 700-mile, KEday
trip from Wichita Falto, Tex.
The dag was picked up in Mem-
phis. Tenn., and brought to Chat-
tanooga by Frank Drake, driver
for a trucking firm.
Peppdr’s owner was located by
the Chattanooga Times through a
tag issued in Wichita Felts.
The owner, C R. Garrett of
U Falls II days ago and had aot
been seen since.
Kilimanjaro. Africa's high®
mountain (in Tanganyika, Eaat
Africa) rises L*.MO feet above sea
IX OmCAl SERVICE
Dr. Harks Shryock
m HM It. Q«wit». t«—
-j:, ;, ;v jf ^S,KW -
Removal of Office of >•
R. L. Rasmussen, D.D.S.
To New Location
1003 ELM STREET
Telephone TU 3-8809
ne s ,
• 4 «>li I
Billie Williams Stuntz, M.D.
Her Return To Practice
(By Appointmant Only)
304 7th St. - Ph. TU 3-4796
45 LOW AS:
"KING OF BARGAIN'FU
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 54, No. 217, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 19, 1957, newspaper, September 19, 1957; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth556972/m1/2/: accessed November 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.