The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 119, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1950 Page: 3 of 16
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ORANGE, TEXAS. TTIURSI>AY, MAY T8.
THE ORANGE LEADER
1618. Several times that number charity, mostly among undarprivi-
are expected to visit the exposit-j leged school children of the
ion before it closes this year's county.
By 1123 Customers
The Lions club carnival was All proceeds from the club- tractions for persons of all ages.
! fiv^-day stand Saturday night.
The annual exposition offers at-
No 'Whites Only'
Signs in Building
jammed with 1123 paying custo- owned and operated carnival go Nightly gate prizes are given i
mers on its second evening of! into the organization's welfare and admission tickets bought any
operation Wednesday night. This < fund. Over a hundred Lions take1 evening entitle the holder to a
number, added to the 695 who part in operating the three rides: chance at one of the big jackpot
attended the opening, brought the and 21 concession stands, donat-‘ premiums to be given on the last
total paid attendance so far to mg their time to the cause of night.
MAKUFACTURER’S CLOSE-OUT I
Starts Friday Morning .. Be Here
all your boys summer washables !
Regular $2.49 & $2.88
Boys’ Boxer Short
and Shirt Sets
3 FOR $5
Brand new styles types your son will need all
through summer! Each suit ot sanforized fabrics .
finely tailored, full cut Shirts of novelty print-
ed cotton SEERSUCKERS and SPUN RAYONS . .
Shorts of durable cotton gabardines andrayon pop-
lins, with belts and elastic waists
Sizes 4 to 10
Regular $2.49 & $2.88
BOYS WASH SUITS
3 FOR $5
Beautiful . . practical . . servicabte little cotton
broadcloth suits in a wide choice of the best styles,
each suit sanforized . color-fast! Many with neat
hemstitched details . belted shorts with button-on
waists; in popular pastel and deeptone shades;
Sizes 1 to 6
Regular $1.88 & $2.49
BOYS SPORT SHORTS
3 FOR $4
The best quality, well tailored shorts for his camp wear .
made of heavy, long wearing caffon gabardines and twills,
in gay sport prints, checks, stripes and solids; all with
jipper-fly, holf-bclt, elastic bocks SIZES 4 to 12. f
boys boxer shorts
Popular all-clastic waist styles for the
younger-fry, ages 1 to 0 . . of sanforized,
color fast cotton twills, gabardines; checks,
. prints, stripes, solids, white . . were up to
$1.8£ NOW . . $100.
Lake Charles Lions To
Givo Voice Scholarship
. Seven voi,ce scholarships to
McNeese junior .college are being
DALLAS. Mav 18—<yP)~There offered high school graduates in
are no "Whites Only" signs at :>he area servbd by that college
U. S. Ponders Fate
Of Czech Diplomat
WASHINGTON, May 18—(A*)—
, Th*> State department is wrestling
drinking fountains, washrooms or by the Lake Charles Lions club. wjth the problem of what to do
elsewhere in CIO union buildings The scholarships have been of- aD0Ut n tornjer Czech diplomat,
in Texas, a CIO officer said to-ifered annually for the pnst five
day I years by the Lions club as part
"That’s our policy,” said An- of thfir McNeese junior college
drew Hardestv, assistant reional project.
Auditions for graduates are
director of the union in Texas. , , _ . , „ „„ , ,
He was commenting on a direc- Sl1:<’u*fd ior *Jay ,23 at „p' m'
live issued in Washington Monday ln McNeese auditorium. Orange
by CIO Genera) Counsel Arthur stude»U, ‘"^“1
t miHhrno ? asked to contact Dr. Francis G.
j. Loicme.g Bulbar, head of the college music
Goldberg told CIO unions to | department.
| in union-owned or leased proper- j feet,” Hardesty said. "There is
j ties despite state or local regula- i still a lot of Jim Crowism in the
tions requiring segregation. South. And in any group as large j alien Communist
"We have to move slowly in ; as the CTO you have all kinds of j country.
' putting this CTO policy in to ef- ! people.”
a Communist, who has
asylum in this country.
The man, Vladimir Houdek,
resigned Tuesday from his post as
Czechoslovakia's chief delegate to
the United Nations and blasted
Russia for pressure on his eoun-
Ordinarily, a person in such
circumstances is granted asylum
as a political refugee. However,
there arc laws against letting an
stay in this
Anti-Communist Czech refugees
Prudential Inc. Co.
Name* Resident Agent
Alfred J. Siegmund recently
was appointed a resident agent in
Orange for the Prudential Insur-
ance ^o. of America. A native of
Ledbetter, he is a graduate of the
University of Alabama where he
majored in engineering. —
For two years following the
war Siegmund served as an en-
gineer for the Navy in the reha-
bilitation of port and hospital
facilities on Guam.
A traffic accident - f
three cars occurred Wednesday
4:55 p. m. on Border 9t. A total
of $105 in damages was reported.
According to Investigating Of-
ficer John Pevcto, two of the auto*
had stopped in the traffic lane
when the third catpn up from
behind and ran Into the rear of
one, knocking it into the rear of
\Me is married and is the father
of a six-year-old son, Alfred J.
Siegmund Jr. The Siegmunds live
at 910 Division St.
No arrests and ao-injuries
here are urging that
plea be denied.
5 YEAR WARRANTY
—* 1 SABINE ELECTRIC CO. |
Houdek’s 1003 . llthy. Phone M44
BOYS WEAR It
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show at your PIGGLY
WIGGLY l Quality,
prices, are our
to our daily big feat-
Beat The HEAT. We have a complete line of EMERSON FANS!
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LUX TOILET SOAP 2
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CHILI & TAMALES
I CAN PLAIN
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TEXAS HOME GROWN
large and tender
BLANDA’S MARKET - 504 Green
PURE PORK SAUSAGE
FULL CREAM CHEESE
END CUT BACON
Bright and Early
CLAYBAR MARKET — 310 Park
Loin or Rib End
VEAL LOIN STEAK *
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 119, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 18, 1950, newspaper, May 18, 1950; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557404/m1/3/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.