The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 265, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 8, 1951 Page: 3 of 16
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THE ORA'.VGE LEADER Tnursaay. j\ov. 8, i35l
He Calls It Theft Without License
Tidelands Steal' Is Hit
Hard by Texas Governor
Poland Undergoing Worst Food Shortog-
Since Wor, Voice of America Declares I
meat and moat products for t
ex iti ive use of the Soviet arpn*
forces. The Soviet Unioti has rniP
ed Poland dry.'’ f
The "Voice” said Moscow is d
satisfied with Deputy PreRtf
Mine, chairman of the Polish E<\
ncmic Planning commission.. A’
lor that reason, it suBgestad, Mi.
nay very well wake tijs sor
mn-nins with his throat cut.”
t , oj k. " Iiis first shot ‘his year. Spotti
pivici . i deer, he dismounted from I
j for torse. sighted with one hand a
i.v, i >m- I topped the deer tyith a *k
) deliveries through the head. The animal w
late to he 1 running target, 75 yards awf
added, bo- This isn’t too unusual—e x c e
e: me did that Johnson is a triple nmput
e economic and gets around mostly by will
because it chair. . ♦''••Jg
* HIGH SCHOOL PERSONNEL ON CHEAT HONOR ROLL—Teach- I'foff. J.Irs. Hftfolcl Nelson. Clare Francis Martin, Mrs. J. P. Sims,
ing and administrative personnel of Lutcher Stark high school made Nornja Scott,' Mrs. John Wheeler, Mrs. C. It. Wilkinson, Nell Avrett.
the community chest honor roll by contributing 100 per cent to the Fanny Jones, Mrs,Paul Warren, Mrs. Hugh Kennedy. Mrs. Joe Kantz,
1951 fund campaign. Posing with the banner here, they arc, left to Mi^vSid Hanson, and Mrs. Orvil Ljpegar; back row. R. W. Gochnour.
right, aenta-l, Pat Hcnnessee, Hattie Mae Wood, V. F., Ramsey, Ann Pat Mickle,r. Eugeno Pollard, Charles Ezell, Grant Massey, Charles
McLean, Mrs. Vaughn Saastrunk, Estelle Fakes. Billie McC’.anahan, Dean, John Rada way, l^onqrd Bay, George Stone, Maurice Alfred,
f)crf>a Rhodes,’ Poland Wilks. John R. Johnson, Mrs. D. B. Samford. Rhg«ne Marcum, Riley Ashovn, Principal Paul Pearson, Marion For?-
J. B. Atkins, Mrs. R. J. Free and Richard Goode. First row, standing, ti«, Bdrt Mann and Floyd Cokcndolpher. (Photo by Flickinger’s
Mrs. David RUfsell, Mrs. Jim Ramsey, Mrs. C. D. Jackson, Mrs. James Ktpdldj* ,> >
Vittore' I onmio Former Local School
YOTerS League official Seeks Office
BOard Will Meet Terrell W. Ogg. former Vidor
■ 4 ” " ■ ■ : and Orange school official, is a
Mrs. P. S. Buckley, president of candidate for vice-president of the
the Granger Provisional League of Texas Slate Teachers association.
Wotpen Voters, has called a meet- H* » one of four candidates for
ihg of thfc board of directors today ™at po?t.
at f :30 p. m. at the courthouse for Teachers throughout the state
a 30-minute session after which "'*** v°}.e Friday and Saturday on
members will attend the open fo- hew officers for that organization,
rum being sponsored by. the B. .The three otnpr candidates for
and Pt W. club in the district vice-president include R. I;. (Bob)
courtroom. ' Proffer, J. B. Golden and E. IV.
. Mrs. Buckley also announced a (
radio program which is to be pre- fdth Hillyer is rne only candi-
sented by the league over Station <*ri,c t°r president.
KOGT Friday at' 12:35 p. m. This
’program will be in the interest of ^ Ks
the league’s “get out the vote pro- TQRK (A t New giip-
gram” and a discussion of the five thicks to hold the interest of ma-
amendments which are to be voted thematical students were demon-
on Novi 13. stvnted here recently by Dr. Sam-
It was announced from the of- del Greitzer of the High School of
Don’t Neglect Slipping
i fjh* i**«*th drop, slip or r obble wi
talk. eat. Inuah or srupere? tkm'fr
ivhU ard « mHorratf>arfl by Will b:
FA8TFTETH, po slkallne lut
Shivers told his audlenee of
oil officials It Is the mutual and
grave responsibility of Utr
states and oil industry to com-
bat “this tread toward ov*r- .
centralisation of oar govern- 1
naent.” Such a fight, he said, Is
“not only for the good of the
industry but for the welfare of
The governor said the oil in- Tom Soileau, Orange street sti-
1~ at the dustry'also “must pay its fair perintendent, today urged that all
Two Are Charged
With Drunk Driving
FASTI TETH ttvttty at any dt
Check these values
MARCELLA BEAUTY SHOPPE
* Sheriff’* P°*“ Dri"
- Federal and state revenue col- Twenty-five members of the Or-
lections are declining since the ange County Sheriff? posse par-
ban on the export of rubber to tlcipated in drill practice Wed-
Red China and restrictions on nesday night at the Jaycee rodeo
shipments to Red - dominated arena. One drill was perfected and
countries. Receipts from customs a new routine is being worked out
duties in'September am.runted to according to A. G. Mott, secretary -
314,400,000 or $2,400,000 less than treasurer.
in August. . Sam Lucia, Jr., and E. H. Mc-
— -----*—Cormick joined the posse during
the drill. The public is invited
If ^ to come out to the arena each
* , fi/£ Wednesday night and watch the
T£gt*«*** ....g) 'ractice session*.
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 265, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 8, 1951, newspaper, November 8, 1951; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557563/m1/3/: accessed January 16, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.