The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 292, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 29, 1959 Page: 2 of 10
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THI ORANGE LEADER TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29, 1959
Deadline for Nominating DSA
Candidates Is Two Days Away
tdHm for nominating candl- The recipient of the IMS award
_i for the Orange Junior Cham- will be publicly recognized and
her of Commerce’* Distinguished honored at the Jfcycees’ Annual
Service Award to Thursday, DSA and Bosses Night Banquet set
Awards Chairman David H. Thom- for Jan. • in the Jack Tar Orange
as asid today. House.
The DSA is presented annually
by the Jtvcees to some young man
between 31 end 33 years or «*e
who has rendered outstanding
service to the community.
__... ____ ________ The Rhythm Rockers of Bridge
DUainguishedi honored at the j'fcycres' Annual Citv will play for a holiday dance
--------i---- ----------- — today from I to 11:13 pan. at the
Orange Community Center. Mrs.
„ B. D. Huff, supervisor, reported.
Thomas stressed that any young center
man of the comnwnityTbetweenNedth'•"««•» g
31 mad 35 years of age is eligible t»' cardi must
for the award, but candidates are' Current membership cards
judged only on activities which
have occurred In the calendar year
finance its expanding
The Pinehurst city government
according to Browning, remained
a protective device with little ac-
complished in this year except some
improvement in its contract gar-
bage service. Voters in Vidor for
the second time turned down an
Bridge City residents, also con-
wishing to nominate a
___its for the award must do
so by Thursday. Entry forms are
available from the Jaycae office
or from Thomas at
Bridge Division Plant
All nominations will —-----
over to a non-partisan panel of
judges composed of distinguished
citizens of the community.
be presented at the door sad there
will be a charge of 30 cents per
Arthur Primore and his Shadows
will play for a New Yew's Eve
dance at the canter from IjJO to
12:30 on Thursday. Thar* will be
the customary door charge.
The youth center will he open
be turned Friday afternoon and night tor
games and other organised activi-
ties. The final holiday season
dance will be held Saturday from
hSOflrt upon MR nuiuimv . W ---
tribution to the general welfare of
saj b. jess
the nomlnee-.(l)con; bv mSi
ity residents, also con- „ ~
annexation moves in dence of personal or business prog
"XWwigemantt for the DSA Ban-
Jan*? ^ 1 quetare being made under the
«rene work direction of Sid J. Caillavet Jr..
On the L,****? genera! chairman. Members of his
**2 i ccmmittee are Olie Mendori. Jim
Mealapey. Ken Murphy. Morris
UV Ulv |\uyuuu awv"****
be a 50-cent door charge and mem-
bership cards must be presented.
Orange County teenagers in a
benefit dance held on Dec. 33 con-
tributed 350 which went for the
Salvation Army Christmas Cheer
cm unaer inc Fund. There wii in ittlndlDM of
J. Csillavet Jr., *211 and after band cost^were paid
- the balance was turned over to
Club to replace one destroyed by
fire end occupancy of a aew Red
All these helped Orange to set an
all-time record for aew construc-
tion. City building permits mo far
in 1959 have amounted to a little
over $6.800.000—more than $2,000,-
000 above the beat previous year.
This year’s total includes around
$2,500,000 for new homes, whidi
have also set a record with 211
permits issued to date.
The pace of commercial and resi-
dential construction in ItSstoohas
set new records on a countywide
basis. Precise figures are not avail-
able. but for the county as a whole,
the total cost of new buildings tor
these purposes is around 120.000,-
000 with well over half of that go-
ing for about L106 new home*.
Other statistics were given on
dm total amount of money going
into new industrial plants and ex-
pansions covering millions of dol-
lars. It in turn means aew county
It will be the key to new pro-
posed road and drainage bond to
sues without a subsequent increase
in taxes if approved by county
As he concluded, “So we cm**
now to the end of the Tabulon*
Fifties’ and enter upon a new dec-
ade that promises to be evto snore
generous than this cue.”
Grips West Texas
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
In addition to honoring the re-
cipient of the DSA. Jaycees els©
will cite an outstanding boss of
the year who will be selected by
the “Javeee membership through
secret ballot Howard Bruening to
chairman of the eomm'ttee in
charge of toe boas’ award.
Principal address at the banquet
will be made by Chester Laurie
who it known to millions of radio
listeners as “Lum” of the famous
“Lum and Abner" comedy team.
iauck, now assistant executive
with Continental Oil Co., is cou-
rt eras presented to James Gil-
liam. one of the dance chaperones
and vice chairman of the Salvation
Army board of directors.
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prefer to take on Kennedy in the
April 5 primary in Wisconsin.
They view Kennedy’s New Eng-
land strength with misgivings and
feel they perhaps ought to save
their ammunition for toe
On Car Theft
Investigating Orange police
lieved today that the fourth break-
is scheduled_today to |n ^n ^o^e^eks^of toa^rahsc
A hearing_________ _
Federal District Court in Beaumont
for a 17-year-old Calcasieu Parish
youth arrested here over the week-
end co • stolen car charge.
He was listed as Ramus Benoit of „
Lake Charles transferred from the J
Orange city jail to Beaumont by -
U.S. marshall yesterday. He was
halted in the car stolen at Lake
Charles by two navll shore patrol-
men stationed here, Charles R.
Goodman and Vernon R. Perala.
The two SPs were on routine pa-
trol Sunday morning and noticed
a 1983-model sedan at 5th and
Often. They recognised the car m
one which had been reported stolen
from the neighboring Louisiana
city. They stopped the car and held
the driver until police arrived to
make the arrest.
Patrolman Charlie Anderson,
acting detective, said today, “The
youth admitted stealing the car and
said he was just riding around.”
He was also questioned by area
FBI agents who preferred
sometime Sunday night and ***
reported to officer! yesterday. En-
trance was made by breaking a
glass out of a front window.
POSED IN NUDE. SAYS ACTRESS—Actress Stella Stevens holds
a copy of a national men’s magazine carrying photographs of her
in the nude. She says in Hollywood, Calif., she doubts that she has
hurt hef career by posing to the nude despite an editorial in the
Memphis, Tenn., Preaa-Scimttar referring to .he incident aa Stella s
Mistake.” The editorial criticized “the cruel press agentry of Holly-
wood,” but Miss Stevens said press agents had nothing to do with ft.
She said her motives were cold cash ($3,000) and publicity. (AP
„________ -________ (Spl) - Mrs.!
wito Continental Oil co., is coo-j Nixon and Kennedy thus could!Elsie Fiedemann of Beaumont,
stantly on the road and has talked wind up running on separate tick-' Jack Lesson of Beaumont, Marvin i
at counties* chamber of commerce ets in a contest that would show Fisher of San Antonio were all1 vis-
• • —---“— —J their relative popularity with the itors of Mr. and Mrs. George Gud-
To Seek Post
From BS8 Found
FORT WORTH (AP)-Convair
officials reported Monday night
that all of the 74 feet of magnetic
tape from a Convair BS8 which
exploded over southwest Okla-
homa was blank.
Convair checked the tape after
reporting that three separate
VIDOR (SpQ-Tha Vidor School
Board last night authorized Live-
say $ Liveaay, Beaumont archi-
tecta, to proceed with plans for a
13-clanroom elementary school to
A general purpose room will be
included in the ltelassroom struc-
ture, trustee decided.
Beard members are still consid-
Ing mecnino »**«
hidden money box. It■**•. *?*
fourth breakln at the local cafe In
the past 14 days, according to An-
derson. There has been no major
loss In each breakln.
cuasion on toil subject.
Among the sites under consider,
ntion are: the Lanny Fillmon prop-
erty along FM 105, the Old Mill
Site and the Lehman property, both
along FM 105. Two other sites are
also being considered.
, Second reading was given an
i amendment to a echool policy
change that would prohibit any ad-
ministrative employe from receiv-
ing gifts, rebates or commissions
from salesmen or firms dealing
with the echool or hoping to do
business with the srihool district.
HOLLISTER, Calif. (AP) - A,
rolling earthquake shook up th-s
north-central California agricul-
tural area Monday evening, ton-
pllng boxes from shelves, shak-
ing omements from Christmas
DENISON (AP)—Two Air ForcetrMJ ,nd alarming Hollister's 6,
officers were kilted about mid-|ooo residents.
their car* crashed No noticeable damage was re
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that she went to Cleveland on Dec.
34 to buy two cordurov shirts as
gift for her husband. She said
she was to another room with
three of the Clark*’ four children,
trimming the Christmas tree when
the fatal bullet crashed through
the kitchen window.
Two AF Officers
Killed in Cresh
dinners, business meetings and
state and national conventions
since joining the firm in 1955.
brs. G. A. Bentos, ft. RE $4178
BRIDGE CITY (Spl) — Aaron
Andrepont, a student at Louisiana
Baptist College to PineviUe, was •
Bridqe City Briefs
guest uuiing the holidays of Mr.
sad Mrs. D. A. ’miner and family
here. Young Andrepont to studying
to he a missionary.
Other recent visitors to the D, A.
Turner home were Glenn Gray
Welch, Patsy, Linda Sue and Jen-
ny Welch, all of Oakdale. La., and
Mrs. Fred Smith of Kimier. La.
Mr*. Lionel Hebert and daughter,
Kathy, local residents, along with
ton, Jimmy Hebert of Oiean, N. Y.,
Christinas day wito another
New Hampshire is considered a
Republican state tad Nixon could
be expected to top Kennedy's to-
tal, But any showing such as that
made by the Democratic opponent
cf GOP Gov. Wesley Powell in
1958 would boost the senator’s
stock. Powtll got 186,780 votes.
Democrat Bernard L. Boutin
Shelby R. Adams
Makes Who's Who
Shelby R. Adams, son of Mr
and Mrs. Robert Adams of 228
Harrison Cts.. is among 24 stu-
dents at McNeese State College at
Lake Charles, La., named to
“Who's Who Among Students in
C. E. Jackson, Velma, Okhi.,
found threa pieces fouling about
Convair le offering a reward of
$10 per foot for sections of the
, tape which conUlna recordings
LUBBOCK (AP)—House Speak-. that may help explain why the
_______ _,____er Waggoner Carr of Texas re- supersonic bomber exploded, kill-
den of Hartburg over the Christ- j caived a telegram from fellow ing two crew members,
mas holidays. legislator* Monday night asking!
Frank Nelson of Hartburg is now him ^ ,or *tate attorn*y *en*
Relatives visiting the Rev. and ----- ** -
Mrs. James M. Selle
piece* of the tape were found. j‘when
foundla ^f^sectio^’A^Mnl' Schaffer- <* Denl90n. Sc^affer
found ■ 5-foot section. And Mrs. w#> gtationed at nearbv Perrin
AFB. The Korean major was
uktog Jat pilot training there.
The crash occurred at the in-
tersection of farm roads two miles i
east of the base. Both men were
i Nelson’s Prescription
sick ioom nsios
FAST. f*F.[ DFLIVttY
).3144—.1AOS tei Av*.
rs Sr. Sunday
man could be more hon-
he said, “than to have the
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and American Colleges
MrsT Ray Vlttur and
Baton Rouse. La.
The Holy Name Society
Reiss "sss1? psrs. Msgari-*
* Texas T
western portions at Texas Then-
day with little change to temper-
atures indicated in forecasts lor
the next two day*.
Increasing cloudiness wa# as-
pect ed as 1989 faded toward its
Apparently, the Lower Rk>
Grande Valley, where scattered
frost was expected lto‘
tag. escaped any frm
per* hire*. Brownsville
41 degrees at 4 a m. wl
40 degree* upriver at 1
Roof Tops Damagod
By Garage Blaxo
A garage at 1103 W. Curtis Ave.
and the two adjacent houses were
damaged yesterday afternoon
when a firs of undetermined origin
broke out In the garage
Most Of the fire damage was con-
fined to die roof tops. Firemen
fought the blaze for about an hour.
The garage was owned by Mrs.
C. E, Lay, __
elected the following officers: Loo
Schednider. president; Gus Garza,
vice president; Joseph Dupuy,
treasurer; £. P. Doucet, secre-
tary; Laurie Miller and Sabry
Roland WeUa, LeU, Johnny Vaud,
sad new twins, Andrew and Ave-
nell, at Asheville, N. C.. are visit-
ing Mrs. Prtslar’i parentt, Mr.
and Mrs. D. V. Wertn here. They
were to have been joined tor B. A.
Preslar, who hal been working in
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Powell spent
Christmas in Oakdale, La., with
Mr*. Powell’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Welch. Visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Welch earlier in toe week
was another daughter and son-in-
law. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Turner
and children, Randy, Debbie and
Craig, also at Bridge City.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fbselier and
baptismal service will be heid and
^I^OX*d*! O—— -■ .4II L. _ mJk ■■■■ J
Elizabeth of Shreveport, U. j|£a“ Gen Will Wlfson have ^no oty of J. M. Tbrner Sr. A film
Pvt. Frank Hardin, son of Mr. bearing on his announcement. I will he shown and refreshments
-- Quince Hardin of Old, Rep. Tom James of Dallas said will be served.
■ * - Mrs. I. S. Ecker and Paul Rogers
have been oatients at Lake Charles
Melvin Wllkinaon has returned
from Platte City, Mo., where he
If accompanied hie wife and their
sisters and children, Mrs. F. P., ru. 'Texas sneaker who has baptismal service will be held and
Knapp and daughters Norma Lynn. ^ mentioned aa a possible can- i the Lord’s Supper will be observed,
Susan and Mareha of Vidor; iSr anew communion
u» Tuf.lrnlm r.ivana and Haueh- ?,aate Ior elln,er Ravernor or « . * . .hll_h ^
ana iwrs. quince naram 01 uiu KCp. jom James or uanas saia
Laurel, is visiting his parents dur- he and some 30 other representa-
ing a leave from Ft. Leonard |tives sent the telegram to Carr
Wood, Mo. He arrived Dec. 19 and Monday night- Among other laud-
ia expected to return Jan. 4. atory remarks, the telegram told
Announcement of Adams’ selec-
tion was made by Ellis R. Guil-
lory, McNeeae director of student ter,
A senior majoring in mathema-
Mr. and Mrs. Laton Dotson and
children and Mrs. G. A. Dotson,
all of Dallas, were visitors of Mr.
and Mrs. C, L. Joiner of Hartburg
this past weekend. Mrs. Dotson is
Mr. and Mrs. Joiner’s granddsugh-
Mary Jane and Carolynn, daugh-
ters or Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ray of
ber of the Cowboy Band and has
held the Civitan Scholarship. Laat
year he was secretary of the Mc-
Neese chapter of Scabbard and
Blade, national society. He is a
captain to the ROTC.
you retire from public life at this children,
_ *a vltlf naF
Give Food Gifts
DEMteYVtLLE (SplV—Eight fam-
vislt her parents. Mrs. Wilkinson
and the children remained there
for several more days.
Guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. F. Kimball are Mrs. Madge
Kimball of Welsh: Mr. and Mrs.
Kinard Farmer and children,
Old Laurel are visiting Mr. and DEWEYVILLE (Spl)-Eight fam- Keithi Roy Brenda and Sharon.
Mrs. James Burks of West Orange. iiies in Deweyville, Hartbure and ^ Houston; Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Thev left Friday and are expected ti*i» Pocket were nresentid Christ- trimKAii q«iio nt
Byuun HI u«e iwiv. - *
The Adams’ are former residents ’
They left Friday and are expected
to return home Tuesday.
Approximately 60 relative* in-
cluding 8 chlldr
children, Lane and Layla, visited
parents at Elizabeth, La., dur-
ing me weekend and with his broth-
‘ Church Point
Harry Weaves, representative of
the Veterans Administration office
in Beaumont, will be in Orange
tomorrow morning to hold inter-
views with person* having prob-
lem* or question* concerning the
Mr*. Molly Gunstream, Orange
visited Mr. an
____ „ grandebti-
Mrs. Henry La-
The Pocket were presented Christ-
mas baskets by the Deweyville
A dub spokesman said 45 chil-
dren Were m2de 'laopter with gifts
in the baskets, which were taken to
VlSlteo W. ana wirs. nemy (-a- in me dbskcis, v,rucn were nwn
vine Christmas day. They celebrat- the needy just before Christmas.
Ail iIia KnlMetr wrifh ■ hliffft Hirict. TL» aIuK nmeantori tWa hflllri
ed the holiday with a huge Christ-
mas dunner. Mrs. Lavine’s chil-
dren that were present are as fol-
lows: Mrs. Floyd Carter of Vidor,
Mr*. Sam Dougharty end Mrs.
Lloyd Bean, both of Hartburg, Mrs.
Steve Rayburn cf Beaumont,’Wal-
ter Lavine of Rullff, Homer Lavine
of Kirbyville, Vannie and Marvin
Lavine both of Deweyville.
Mrs. Earnest Willford of Hart-
burg, sponsor of the Vivian Walk-
er GAs has reported that the —
Kimball and Sailv of San Diego.
Calif., and Mrs. W. J. Sheffield of
The club presented the baskets
this year instead of sponsoring an
annual Christmas tree event. !
Members attended the annual1
Christmas dinner at Nick’s Cafe
Mother of Nine
iVin, iVlOliy wuniiretin, Viougc cr uao icpwwu y*
Countv veterans °^fff’ *iSeetih8 'been
on the third Poor of the court-' cancelled,
bouse between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. ( visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
Willford of Hartburg last weekend
were Mrs. Lavine’s sisters, Mrs.
Jack Rainwater and daughter
Mrs. R. C. Gray and children, all
- / * £ ■ - ’Ml
AFTER 5 DRESSES
• CAR COATS
HATS • JEWELRY
sponsored by the Brotherhood. The
*”**• “♦ r"~?, r~~ Rev. Bill Johnson, pastor, will do
SJT!?S^?i2SS^'' 2LT3KSK Ro1' Fr“k’'
I Oranqefield Briefs I
Mrs. G. A. Scales, Ph. RE *3178
ORANGEFIELD (Spl)-In prep-
aration for a revival meeting to
begin Sunday at the First Baptist
Church here, a special prayer
meeting will be held Thursday at
7:30 p.m. at the church and cot-
tage prayer meetings will be held
Friday and Saturday nights in var-
ious homes. This revival is being
Outstanding Values on Quality Fashion Merchandise
• SHOP NOW
Store will bo cloiod
Friday and Saturday
for Now Yoar'i Holiday.
All Sato Finol
No Phono Ordore, ploaso
Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Lavine of Ruliff over the holidays
were Mrs. Lavine’s sisters Mrs.
Ann Lambert and children and
Mrs. Hazel Fowler, all of Denver,
Colo., and also her mother, Mrs.
Sue Morrison of Vidor.
The Hartburg Baptist Youth
Fellowship was held in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Webb of
Hartburg Sunday night after reg-
ular church services. Rev. Billy
Bob Moore led the group in ting-
Mr*. Josephine Smith of Ring-
gold, La., spent several weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hearne.
Mrs. Smith is Mrs. Heame’s moth-
er. Also visiting from Ringgold for
“ holidays were Mr. and Mrs.
Smith and daughter. Susan
Faye. They returned home Sun-
The Rev. and Mrs. Jack Holt
and family of Los Angeles, Calif.,
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Joiner of Hartburg Saturday. The
Rev. Holt it a former pastor of the
Oak Grove Tabernacle in Hartburg.
Tbs Orange Knights of Columbus
Council will stage a New Year’s
party for members Snd guests to-
...v ...... ---— morrow at 8 p.m. in the council
choir director, will be in charge,
of the music. Services will be con- yj
ANTONIO (AP) - A
of nine children died
Monday of stsb wounds inflicted
by a pen knife.
Police charged Charles Hernan-
dez, 43, with murder In the death
of his wife. Elvira, 40.
The stabbing occurred Sunday
night at the cafe where the wo-
man worked. Witnesses said Her-
nandez stabbed his wife repeated-
ly after hearing her talk to an-
K of C Schedules
New Year> Party
Mrs. 0. E. Granger went to
Houston Monday to visit Mr. and
Mrs. H. W. Jones Jr. and to at-
tend the wedding of the Jones*
Mr. and Mrs. James Baucum
and daughters, Lynette, Linda and
Debbie Sue, left Monday to return
to Refugio after spending the holi-
days here with Mrs. Baucum’s par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thompson.
They also visited Mrs. Baucum’s
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Bill Potter and their son.
Billy, and daughter. Susan. Also
visiting in the Thompson and Pot-
ter homes were Mr. and Mrs.
Buck Thompson and children. Pa-
tricia Kav and Joe Hugh, of Hawk-
ins. Buck is a son of the Joe
$3,159 Is Found
In Man's Pocket
AUSTIN. Tex. (AP) - August
Miller Jr., 7«, was known as a
man who never spent any money.
Ha lived to apparent poverty in a
one-room flat above a grocery
StDetective Doug Eastman said
Miller kept food in a pan of wa-
Victor Herm and Earl Verrett
are in charge of arrangement* for
Refreshments will be served and
recorded music will be furnisned
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roar sheathed an oil test in flame
today. One workman disappeared
and was believed dead.
Two other drilling crew mem-
ber* were injured as the well ran
wild about 3 a.m., catching fire
almost at once.
The accident happened 7^ miles
west of Mission in the Lower Rio
Grande Valley. Gilmore Drilling
Co. of Alice is sinking the wen
for the Texaa State Oil Co. on
the Everett Bell farm.
Carl Albright, 38, a tool pusher,
was misting. Workers said they
last saw him “going up In the
— uas miner nepi iwu »* -
thunderous ter—his version of an Icebox. Egg*
were kept cool to a shady place
*nftailernwas found dead Monday,
apparently cf natural causes.
In hi* pockets, police found
MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexico's
■rest diplomat, author and poet,
Alfonso R«ye*. w»* buried
day In a cemetery reserved tor
the country's Immortsles.
Reyes. 79 died Sunday cf a
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 292, Ed. 1 Tuesday, December 29, 1959, newspaper, December 29, 1959; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557062/m1/2/: accessed August 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.