The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 288, Ed. 1 Friday, December 6, 1946 Page: 1 of 8
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6. 1946
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FARMERS STOCK RAISING
tells tiic story ot a movement that
to. be gaining ground in the
Orange area, which is indicated by
the fact that more and more peo-
ple who own lands are instituting
pasture crops under the instruc-
tion of competent agriculturalists.
When farmer’s and others who own
land find a way to make every
inch of their holdings produce
something of value, then it will
be that the rui’81 sections will be-
come more attractive.
-•;* * :
JESTERS IN MEXICO—Governor-elect Beau ford Jester atol-Mr*.
Jester get together with an old school chum, Dwight Morrow of
Houston. Tex. teenier) during a reception nt the U. S. Embassy In
Mexico City, The IfR^Hoit wits ip honor of special misttlons' there
to attend the inauguration ol IWiffuel Aleman'ns President .of Mexi-
co, i AP Photo)
L GENERAL DIVORCE CASES
ryen in the Orange area constitute
an avenue fpr serious thought,
especially in view of the appalling
record of divorces as compared
with the number of marriage li-
censes issued. Think of it — 800
marriage licenses with 750 appli-
cations for divorces. This leads
. hr The quflsUmi; nsiTt there some
general cause for divorces and
when the outstanding cause is lo-
(■ cated, Isn’t there some way to
remedy the situation?” Certainly
there should be some influences} f,
brought to bear that would re-
duce the number of marriage fail-
ures. In many instances, child
delinquency has been reduced—
why net the number of instances
of marriages "going on the rocks?”
Fell- this afternoon, tonight and
Saturday: warmer south and ex-
treme east iwtlpns. Gentle to
moderate awuthesnt winds on
. coast. ' •
SEIZED THE OPPORTUNITY
—the thought applies to a-number
Of young men of Orange today
who a few years ago were just
boys of the ordinary class per-
haps with some less opportunities
than others. Here is a young man
who for a few short years fought
his way through the ordinary
channels of training, and then !
worked for wages in a line of bus- 1
incss that gave him knowledge to J
go with the ambition. Today he ;
owns two thriving grocery stores. I
Another lad of a few yca?s ago 1
delivered and sold newspapers, !
and did odd jobs of work as a 4
means of existence. He develop-
ed, and in the past few years
made and suved several thousand j
dollars. He’s erecting a commo- \
dtous building in which to con- j
duct one of his stores.
School leaching is becoming a
broader and broader profession
Which aims at teaching children to
think MiMe»a of being content
i merely to ’’cram" their brains with
facts. Emma Nell Phillips inform-
ed members of the Junioi* Cham-
ber of Commerce in their regular
l loco ting Thursday night in the
| Holland hotel.
i The soft - voiced, intensely seri-
ous young supervisoi^of music tor
Anderson elementary sqhool, who
also heads the Orange Education
association, told the Jaycees that
1 school teichers "are working with
the most valuable material in the
World — our youth.” Then she
admonished her listeners to con-
cern themselves to the greatest
degree possible with tile methods
by which tills job is being done.
Miss Phillips, who-left the teach-
ing profession during the war but
j came back to it, “because, to me.
it is the most important field of
strvico in th, eWorld." outlined
; briefly for the Jaycees thy meth-
ods through which the * Orange
, public school system has achieved
international fume, giving full
credit to Superintendent J. W. Ed-
gar and members of the board. of
MELODY MAIDS HERE TONIGHT—Pictured- above are 5 prominent members of the Melody education.
Maids choral group which will appear here in Stark high school auditorium tonight under sponsorship T|lt, principal feature of the lo-
ot the Pilot's club. Standing, left to right, are Marjorie McCree, Genie Bulliew and Pat Mullen. Seated, ca, system w)licl, |1US attracted
left, is Irene Rush and, right, Jane Ming. The group is directed by Eloise Milam. , . .j 1 the attention of educators all over
—--1-—- r ” ’ "" “* *: tlie world, Miss Phillips said, are
the curriculum bulletins. These
booklets, originally devised in or-
i der to maintain standard proce-
duVes in the wartime days di
high teacher and student turn-
over, now are used as reference
books in schools and colleges all
over the U. S. and in a, number of
foreign countries, including Rus-
sia, the speaker disclosed.
Qrtm#e will lev I tin* f<ml slnkr
in u mugible w.n> fin the Hnff
time today. liegMlutiuiis limiting
the srzr and wtoebt *4 nucka^ti^.
which may be sent ihiminh th<*
muils went into effect al midnight,
it was announced b.v Postmaster
Cecil It. C’oidc
Until furrier notice, no aiticlc
of First class mad, including air
mail, weighing in excess of five
pounds and no pan els or fourth |Mt,lcc uepanmem or tm* wraer, Actual writing of fh# dpe«ei(,
class matter exceeding li e poundr ! •s*sli’<T l,v olfi4?t»r» of the lU auinoni ftoets sUild, has not yet begun.
IK inches in length of (‘’u,Kl* No. *orl Nccun j UK) President Philip Murray
Conned N*. 24111. the* Santa Murk. fm muny |m Hed the rival AFU
KC's To Initiate
35 Novices Sunday
M. J. Baton, Jr., slate secretary
of the Knights of Cohimbus, R. N.
Norris. Jr., district deputy of the
' Seventh District'. P, C. Tyman,
field representative of the insur-
ance department of the order. »#■
Washington, Dec. tf. (AP) —
President TrUtonn counseled with
top government official# today on
his Sunday night coal strike
broadcast as organised labor mar-
shaled a solid front against end-
ing the walkout by injunction.
Presidential Secretary Charles
U. Russ (old reporters, as the
weekly cabinet meeting confined.
! that Mr. Truman was consulting
' with udminstration officials on
Cabinet members would wot
discuss defends of the hour - lung
conference as they left the presi-
dent, but Secretary ot Commerce
llnniman told questioners:
BrojMtcaste Time Set
• Yes, tlie Cool situation Wes di»-
ciissixl. You’ll heal’ about it
from tlie president Sunday night.”
Mr. Truman will speak overall
, major networks at H:30 p. m. (Or-
, none time) Sunday.
Other cabinet members told
' repot (era that the coal crisis oc-
cupied virtually all of the dtscus-
sioti. v 't’
Secretary of the Navy Forres-
tal said tlie situation at
; cooling station# overseas
‘‘■til." , , .
N» Turning Back
One cabinet member who de-
clined to he quoted said:
“There will be no-turning back
in tills fight.”
the Santa Alan.
1304 of Port Arthur
Soviet Concessions Diving For Body
Bring Hasty Endmg Contjnue(|T(K|ay
New York, Dec. If. (AP) Al-
ter more than a year of confer-
ences sharpened by muny bitter
disputes between Russia and the
! western powers, tlie council of for-
Friends of the family of W, 1,.
Wiley, believed to have perished
in the Safane river just south of
eign' ministers today counted thd Missouri - Pacific freight
European sateffite jieace treaties pot weie continuing diving for
virtually completed due maihly to * i,^ (wdy today with no ilVdications
Kathryn wans a doll and stove,
Benniq wants a wagon, Charles
wants a wagon, Cynthia Ann
wants a Teddie bear, John wants
a wagon and gun wtih scabbard,
Peggy wants a piano, Ozelle wants
a diamond ring and Mama wants
a new house.
Dear Santa Claus:
1 would like some new tracks
and a Starting box. My little sis-
ter would like a doll carriage and
a doll to go with it. and 1 Would
like an Irish Mail and a new hope
house. Your friends, Wayne and
sweeping last - minute cojnees-
siqnjfj.biy Soviet Foreign Minister
Vo M. Molotov.
Filial agreement on outstanding
issues was not reached, however,
imtirSecrctaiy of Stale James F.
Byrnes had reluctantly accepted a
following use of an inhulator by
H. L. Danficld of the volunteer
The use of the inhalator was
Dear Santa: Daddy and Moth-
er said that i have been a good
boy so please bring me a red tri-
cycle and some tinker toy and a
wheel barrow with a shovel to
put dirt in the wheel barrow with. I
Yours, Thomas Harol Avant, 609
Mill street, Orange, Texas.
Hi Santa Claus:
firing me a tot of toys, bvmgjne
a tricycle, a big dolly and my lit-
tle brother a cat. Goodbye Santa,
al noon of having located it. All
amateur divers, the young men
Wole unable to remain in the cold
| water for long at a time.
Jimmie Covington. 004 Cantor
street, Brownwood addition, was
Mill in the Frances A111) Butcher
| proposal that Italy pay a total hospital today us result* ol becom-
$360,000,000 in reparations —$35,- j,^g overcome with too much' gas
I 000,000 more than the Paris iieaeg ; pressure while diving at noon
| conference had recommended. Thursday. He was carried to the
Today in a session scheduled for , irospitaI in a Claybar ambulance
2 p. m. (Orange time) the big j f,.iinwin
: four was due to clean up a nym-
I her of relatively minor unsettled
j points and to act on a report hum
their naval committee presum-
I abiy concerning Hie distribution
of the Italian licet among Italy
and the victorious Allied powers.
According to decisions reached
at Paris, the Italians were sup-
posed to retain two battleships
and a number of other naval craft.
The remainder of the fleet, in-
cluding three battleships and five
cruisers, was to be apportioned
among the Allies.
it was a big four session Iasi
night which finally swept away
the last points of dispute of any
consequence and made it possible
for diplomats participating in the
Tlie W. V. Bowles and company
drilling contractors who put down
a lest well on the Mooie-Granger
lease in live southern part of the
Orange county field, eight miles
west of this city, are awaiting
further developments of a heavy
gas flow to determine whether
gas or oil will be the principal
product of the well.
This well tested in a brand new
sand at 6300 came in several days
us a heavy gassoi, although
it was controlled Some pf the
wbil* Ip the! Orange 'fltitd have
been brought it) as gussets and
the flow turned into gas tines to
replenish the supply of this sec-
Dying Kansas Lady
Will Get Her Holly
The Pitot Chub in Orange to-
day was getting together brandies
of Ti'oily and iniMletoe for ship-
ment to a lady who lies at the
point of death at her residence
credited with hav ing saved the ' M/nicwhere in the state of Kansas,
diver’s life, according to Dannie j aJjativc of Texas, the aged lady
Claybar, manager of tlie Cluybu, tias prayed for one more Christ-
funeral home. | mas with ‘ the sight of Texas holly
Wiley lias been missing I tom ] wjpj perries and maybe a sprig of
his home in Riverside since Satur-
day and on the night of that day
a naval officer here reported to
police of seeing a man, answering j q'.‘v
tAf . I.rli.n.iait.l iivtl f*,ll 11.4,. till) !
Tltis plea was
here on receipt of
P letter by The
a dcjn_sfi lend in the state ot , .vlnjw which will be the Jaycee s
Teacher Shortage C ited
The speaker also dwelt on the
part of educators in the United
Nations, explaining that education
representatives helped to form the
original charter and now operate
as ,an advisory body through the
United Nations Educational, Sci-
entific and Cultural Organisation.
In conclusion, Miss Phillips
cited figures showing the tremens
dous shortage of teachers at pres-
ent (6,000 are needed in Texas
alone, she stated) and reminded
the Jaycees that if I hi# need is
provided they must join Oliver
forward - looking citizens in de-
manding the legislation necessary
to eliminating salary inadequacies
and other conditions contributing
to tlie shortage.
Miss Phillips was Introduced by
Plan Football Banquet
Other business during the meet-
ing, which was presided over by'
Jaycee President R. R. Allen, in-
cluded announcement of tentative
plans for the annual banquet hon-
oring football players of Stark
high school by Boh Thomas, chair-
man of the athletic committee.
A resolution was passed au-
thorizing the board of directors to
engage tlie Strand theatre for a
period beginning at 9:30 p. m. De-
in weight or 111 inches in
fit) inches in length and girth com
bined wilt be accepted lor mailing.
the ' be in charge of a major degree j
exempli lieatMhV' here Sunday m >
the Knights of Columbus
lieu win U* wWib> .«» , ,, ...... „ .and the InrieportdenV
These limitation# will not apply • and Orange t omied No ti.du wib BrMheiiuMffH to join the CKJ In
to the following Items or iii
following eircumshmwt: '
1. Live day - old chicks and
other poultry poults, as provided ^ 1^ strcet
in Paragraph 2. Seetloii 394. Pos-
tal Law's ami, Regulations.
2. Cut flowers, seeds, plants arid
other nursery stock
3. EggS, hutter-rind other per-
ishable food products normally ac-
cepted tor marling.
4. Serum:,, medicines, drugs,
surgical Instrument# and dressings H'bHetdioii at
and hospital supplies
, 3u-.Shipments of money in the
6. Local parcels and ail local
matter for delivery ton local rural
and star routes. ' -j Hours Devotion
The inxtgrnm follows:
’ I j A. M. Assemble
15:110 A. iVI. Mass and
Communion at St; Mary’s church
followed by breakfast at K of (’
10:00 ASM. First degree dkerfi*;
K. of C ball.
1 ;.45 P M Sci'imri degree ex
emptyilichtlon hVimetlipi'cly fol- :
lowed by the thlixi degree at K
of C. Hull
7:00 P M (‘losing service to,
at St. Mary’s j
ludl, 40, strhus movement'’ to etrppl# Ifbor
CIO Will Back Uvli
In a letter dlrecte th AIL Pres>-
S! ident William Green anil to leads
ers fo the rullwuy workers, thef
"h1” CTO chief declared the federal
court injunction agailit# John L.
Lewis and the ‘ vengeful fine? of
$3,510,000 upon the min# worker#
is the find step in a campaign of
"hysteria" against labor.1
Murray said yesterday the CIO
would join Lewis’s AFL mine
worker# In appealing the con-
tempt fines, levied against . them
fm Ignoring a federal court order
lo end tlie strike.
ntif come up.
Digging of the river began
immediately b.v members of the
city fi.re department and the
Hansan ftinerai home. Later
CTiief-ol-Pdltoe E. I,. Nance
Court House News
In Justice of the Peace J. P.
Swain’s court Thursday after-
noon there were three cases of no
operator’s licenses tried also' one
for speeding aJid Friday morning,
there was one speed case and an-
other for operating a motor ve-
hicle without licenses, all being
fined $15,95. g
council's work to predict that the I qUjrwj pp.id cif two coast guarris-
treaties for Italy, Romania, Bid- mc(l f, „m Sabine.Pass and a pro-
garia, Hungary aqd Finland would ft<tlonBt djverr \
lye finally completed not later At noon Thursday friends of
than Saturday afternoon. | the Wiley family replaced tlie
council then is expected to move professjonal diver. Mrs,; Wiley
and other relatives keep constant
vigil on the banks.
present to ttie kiddies in Orange.
William J. Murray
To Succeed Jester
Two persons'were arrested for
drunkeness and disturbing the
peace and five for the offense of
affray by the city police depart-
ment during Thursday and Thurs-
day night, ij.
1 on to a preUinam.v discussion of.a
German settlement Monday.
i Closing Hours For
I W. A. McNeill or tlle.Rctail Mer-
chant*: association announced to-
day that stores will remain open
j until 7 p.-m., on Friday, Deeem-
| ber 20; Saturday, December 21.
' and Monday, December 23. On
| Tuesday, Christmas eve, the stores
j will remain open until 6 p. m.,
U. S. Announces
Washington, Dec. *. (AP) —O.
■Max Gardner’s shift from second
| spot in the treasury to the Amer-
j lean embassy in London under-
! lined tpday the importance the
I United States attaches to interna-
tional economic cooperation as
the world tries far,» post - war
! comeback. •, 1
The former North Carolina gov*
Kansas” had Written her for the
"‘This lady has been bedfast for
six or seven years and has but a
short time to live'," Mrs. N’orit#
wrote, "She asked me to see If 1
could get her a small bunch of
holly and mistletoe. She craves
to see some this Christmas . .!
The letter went on. to say that j Austin, Tex., Dee. •>. (AP)
an effort to locate holly with bar- i William J. Murray, 32. ol Hous-
ries around Beaumont laid been today, today was named by Gov.-
fruitless, hence the plea to the * kleet
citizens of Orange. .
During the critical war period
from Oct. 1941. to July. 1943,
'l. Parcels addressed to iru'iii-
i.H*is of tiic armed forces and oth- i
er persons served through the
Army Post offices and Fleet Post
I! Second class mailer and
mats for newspaper and man a zinc .
According to Postmaster Coal*’,
the embargo comps as something
of a blow at this particular tirnc..
of the year when the post office
experiences its heaviest’ parcel
. "Most of the time the big .rna
jonty of parcel post package*
weighs less than the pounds," he
suid “Hut around Uhiislrruis time
the pin ftagCK are always larger
and heavier. hum now on.
though folks will just have to lim-
it their gifts boxes to the five
pound limit '
Very slight leeway for excessivi
weights, and measures ha# been
given the post offices since home
facilities for weighing and measur-
ing packages fire not always ade-
quate, the postmaster said-
Stag banquet in
member# al K. of
A cbiSK of 3(1 candidates will tic
initialed according to (icmuJ
Knight Hoy Surnu and all mem
hers are urged to attend the alt
Beaufoid H. Jester to suc-
j feed him on the railroad comiiii:-
"i*>'*The greenery will be prejiured !
(or shipment free of charge by |
Pinter's Flowers, a member of !
Sack From Meeting
tbaU-firin bus announced.
K^elody Maids To
Sing Here Tonight
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cable, Jr., of
Bennett addition left this morning
on a-two weeks' vacation to Bos-
ton, Mass., New York and Wa*h-
ingum. D. C. The trip is compli-
Be methodical if you would suc-
ceed in business, or in anything.
Have a work for every moment, j ernor. whose appointment as am-
and mind the moment's work.— j bassador was announced by Pre*
W, Mathews ~
Method is not less requisite in
ingiun, u. v. ...e v..p » . ordinary Coliveisauoi. than in j
mentary 10 Mr. Gable for hu sates ! wrisuig, provided a man wouiu |
i talk xu njakt:!.nri-> L. . t: jeisx-.'h ■
- - ~ ’ '* '■ j- - - -
idem Trumaf) yesterday, has dealt war thtyugh api>earances at mlii-
big hand in economic and tinan- tary Rises','“toil'*', k^le several
Murray was conservation engineer
for the jyetiotoum aiimmistratiun
for war in (he district comprising
Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana.
Arkansas. Mississippi and Ala-
He had previously served ax
Tlie Melody Maids, noted Beau- j child enforcement -officer tor the
moot girls choral group, will be
presented in a concert tonight- Hi
Stark high school auditorium by
the Orange Pilot club.
Tliis highly popular group of
young singers, who became known
throughbift the nation during' the
Waco, Tex. Dec 6, (AP)
Bruce Brannon, Presbyterian min-
ister, was tost#lied as grand mas-
ter of the* Texas Masonic Grand
Lodge at « public ceremony here
yesterday ending the lodge’s 11 Ito-
comintiu i cuticin. *•■ r
Past' Grand Master Sam Ca'n-
tey Jr or E'ort' Worth presided ai !
the installation, He waff assisted
b.v Past Gjnnd Maslei ^tevijj
Cook, also ol Fort Worth. ’ ahd
Pnl M. Netf. president, of Bayim
university and 1he retiring grand
Brupnon. first dftijtynuac ever;
to assume leadership of the Tex*
lodge, wps a pastor al Hillsboro
when he was elected grhnd iuni.')/
warden free. 5, i94l. He was a
nar, y chaplain in the Pacific niu’-
ing the war; Upon his releasr'
Irorn service he accepted a pas-
torate at Commerce.
flora ore Jackson of Galesv.lto
was advanced to <ie)>uty grand
master and Hugh Craig of Fort
Worth was advanced to grand se-
record at the Sabin® Supply tom
cial affairs both as
dersecreiary and as chairman o',
the ooaru ol adviser# to the office
of war ar>tdiUatiff$r'ud • / ■* . ■
‘--X..:../ y . .f* ,.
treasury up- • previous appearances here and al
ways played to a packed house.
Proceeds from the concert will
by applied by the Pilots to like
t ... •. -J.. .1, .—)...' s-ii’...
The annual meeting of Itic Tex-
as League of Muuiri[>alities figid
this week at Harlingen was u
great gucce##. according to of Maj-
or Raymond Sanders, who with
City .Secretst y - Treasurer Char-
les Cottle attended and returned
home Thursday afternoon. 1
oil and gas division of The railroad Mayor Sanders wlig^jittenvirti
commission in charge of cornmis- his first meeting of the organist-
sion offices at Kilgore. Mount tion since he took office a few Grand Master Brannon Iffr—ShiT-
Pleasant, Palestine and Jefferson, months ugh, was honored with a ley ,C. Currie. Kilgore, ciiaptom;
He was deputy supervisor In place on the resolution* commit-' Gabe P. Allen. Dallas, oratd)'.'
charge of engineering and corner - tee. He made two specific r«c* Tommie Tompkins. Waskom. mar-
vation for the .commission's east* ommendations. one having to do shall: Fritz. Verner, Laredo, w-
Texus district and also served as with taxicab regulation# and the , nior dcuyiii: Fred Galle, Amarillo,
senior petroleum engineer for the other regarding aviation gasoline, junior deacon; M. P. Flynn. Foil
oil and gas division. Cottle atconded the tax assessor- Wurth, senior stewards; Paul A.
_— -- — roilcetoi# sessions while Mayer ! Milligan. Galveston, junior *tcw-
The shortest way to do many Sundera .attended the mayor and ard; C.C htevens. Fort Worth,
thing* « to dv mily m,. i oi > * eitymaia.se --nsaius ••). •-».« - Punglivlkm. and Clyde R 'hotsei-
• . ___
• sdHjifc gg
Aitungemejits are being made
foi a Christmus luugram and la-
tlle* night meeting to be held by
the Lions dub on Monday night
Doc 16. It was announced today
by O. C. (ioimnnge, president. Tt>
be held in the Riverside assembly
ball. Ave. A und John street, the
affair will Informal and ail
member* were invited to bring
their todies and other guests.
Gmnmuge announced the com-
mittee* a* follow#! Executive.
George D. Craft, chairman. Bert
Hauvor Leroy ikielimc, *VJ. B.
Hilliard, Elmei Newman; «
Food: W. B Hilliard, chsi'ruiuu.
Music: Leroy Boehme, eiial.*-
Fa\one -Arthur Black, chair-
man, Marion North, Otis Hudson.
J J. Kelley . Junius Sims;
facilities: W. B. Britt. M. A.
West, co-chairmen. Fred Carter. .
Fritz Lev. W. K.-Smith, D. L. llo(-
land. Pen- Carter, Mike Callahan.
Lawrence Lewis. Bob McKinley:
Public address system: J, L.
CiirLtia;). chairmen Victor Neu-
DecoraUwiis. R -L. Martin; Hu-
bert Brocy. co-chairmen. Travis
Wheeler, Lloyd Palmer, E. L. Bar-
ker, Jim tiHimey, Harman Wood.
Fred WilHams. A. F. Masdngale.
Dick Terry. Blit Stringer. Lav -
rened Smith. Frank Bell, Morris
N'ogiiess, Joe Howell; . .-.La
Program. George D. Chill. ■'
clmirmn. L G. Stanfield. W. K.
Appointive officers to serve with Smith, KverCU Dunstan. E. A. El
Complete detail# were to tos gn-
uounced later . j, ,1;
' —”‘T~— ,4
The tioel i line, "6rd*r to.
heaven's first law ” i» so eternally
tiue. so axiomatic, that it ties) be-
come a truism; and, Its wisdom Is
as obvious in religion undadhotor -
ship os i* astronomy or nmthfc-
■ *•-tv -■ my nailer
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