The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 99, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 26, 1950 Page: 2 of 6

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ORANGE, TEXAS WEDNESDAY APRIL 26. 1950
THE ORANGE LEADER
the iriiid Jury U. Imp IiumimIiH*
at the Mar irrm ot the llitrin '
ceurt eoi.iidrr revi-utng th»
transcript tor other violat- '
Ions
The report i« signed )>y H p
Williams, foreman
Pony Ride for Kids
Opens Here Sunday
Grind Jury
grand Jury and tne state s attorn-
ey will not have sufficient oppor-
tunity thia Ute in the term to
review <a.d transcript as plan-
ned
Inasmuch a» this grand Jury
ha* not the time to adequately
go into other violation* sturresl-
ed by a brief review of the
transcript and inasmuch a» it
i« noted thit ihe firl-vanee
committee of Ihe Htate Bar i»
continuing said investifalion. it
io therefore reeomme ode it Mint
county general fui»d lor n.espital-
izat.on oral irti.cr o>.< to indigent
persons |t ,* redrmmerxu-ti that
tne county romrr.ssioner*' court
cofiii'ier the feasiP.lity and econo-
my of employ.n? a medical doc-
tor as a 'ounty health officer
who can 'rci.’ pre-- rlt»e and ope-
rate if *' e need to1 in regards
such irdifen' persons without re-
ferring -*a.d pat.rrts to expensive
imttitntions <r caher phrvKian*
axes 'or tro, *rri-r:‘
m ' :‘tcr 'e. ommended that
rcjreratcfcaiec* rrcirt require
court *r.v indigent ;a»r«c,-i apply ng for
election help f-c>rr. t ils / onoty s ibrn.t
ar, affidov t -crting i. it 'he cir-
LAST-MINUTE
NEWS BRIEFS
fContinued from I’age 1)
iU) • board ot directory' The Joyland Pony Ride formal-
atated tot Tuuuday night if »tH op*r> Sunday at ’he traffic
drcle by H O Richardson of
Orange Free rides for children
will oe gi cn from 10 * rn until
2 p m
frr the ierr.*i»vte» of ihe ruling
season the Puny Ride will be open
ti cit 3 to H p rn every day In
•h* weea Fourteen pumei will be
a-a.table 'or refer* Hlr hsrdsofi
laid
A Ic.glme re«idet.* of Orange,
JtUha.'rtson owns the Acme Jcwel-
r. Cc He ms wife and tv. boy*
use »t alia Fourlh Ht.
He aid '.-at the prn.y Ride u
\elj.g ofenc' for he er.;(,/ T.eT l
f *; '• live ,v« ns,.« R i’l i a'<‘
Oav
.SAM ANTOV I' i April 2* ,V
— An A.r Force C-47 igur vp-. '
plane erav.'ied and burnerl <*
about ?f> mile* rerrthwes* of * an
Antur.io F'nirtr. army he;.
ers a 1 f ur* Sa;r Hrnndor,
had hewn informer) *e »-ni ;,er».
on* see « i.e :
—w —..........— ■ ■ III
rntsox JAILED
F
M person was arrested by
police Tuesday lor drunk *n-
aepmy she rifts and other coun-
ty officers affected by this
•rinaltian from the fee system.
Should the equalization of
not produce sufficien- re
tor these purposes we rerommer.d I''*’
that the com/m,ssionem
corutider calling an
during this year, 19V). for
.•the purpose of realiorat- ' umstanr es and showing the ne
: In* the eighty rent* of our ta>
dollar now going into the ermsti
tu’iona! fund by proposing that ;
certain percentage of what is no.-
info i.'if jurv Vi *
Email percentaK**
into th* carmans
r * NEED A
PLUMBER?
riiONN U<H
L. G. ELMORF
FHA TERMS
WA4HINLTON A prli 24
oTr—Aeeretary Aeheaon iteclar
eg today the Western powers
are not is inf to he driven mil
of Perl ii I.y lie«t month >
threstenad < rmrouni-t derm, i
Steal Ion In reglles In news
canfererfee iiuesUons. Ihe S. <
retarv »f Atate phrased It this
wu when sff the commotion >•
aver Ihe Western powers will
still be In Ihe oli
MEASURED HEAT
We ran control temperature*
from It below io 154#'
above aero
We Can Deliver
[DOERS
ciNiui^iucmo
AIR CONDITIONING
AND SERVICE
m*itt of |#riM»nrr% In frtuiFf
count? hv thr Not oolr
did thr r<inr|o«JoriA rrifhfd n
from Ihal l#-n#Miv inquiry rom
plrlelv Morirr*l< thr sheriff but
rauvd Ihii Mr to ream mend
thr sheriff on hits alftlitv And
»Ufrr*j» in rnforrinc thr Ij w in
Orange rountv Wr with U» rr-
iterate our rMnntrii^AURfi of thr
exemplary per formant e of Uk
xherlff ^nd hh duti#*v
Thr .nvr>T y.,» * r, .,f < hari?
brought f«.r d»r^m« n»
f prr)«jr? h* »rtv Aivt
-vty for f t]'#- a**./ riH ii. affr-
GUNN
i ,< Si aid'wmt.e *odav in finding |l)fffj()N April zft ,V
Mil Her he ice Russell ?IS of mi laib.ir grvernnieid hii
Hhurts.i. rr. islr.g a little <»-/er a crttKai lesti by a iirn fi/s
we«e margin Ireiay averting a i.
Aiiordlng In Chief Varve the mental» defeat whi< h wn.il.I
* iirvan was ia«» heard from in forced if u, resign
Houston on April i7 the d#f t»e-
fo.e she w»e K, leave for Near
< ,i leshv by bir* *!h« war lii at
the time
She *y« dev ribed as being J
feet ft inch** tail weighing ISO
i ownd* and having brown hair
ar.d an olive complexion She
rr.a-, tr* going by 'he name ot
vtrs t zrnolce Day police laid
ttolppin|
Fqotpmenl
Fnoiagh heat to rook an#
hamburger or 144# meals In
an hour with automatic
temperature routre!
Leroy Ingdohl
Seeking the oil ire of
*f»M WaUibai’ Sgesrer fiver
a Lev# fvrver sir* Ufts*,.
tbrsl Men Vi i IS • V f Ir | e
WA«MINfiTf»* Aoril Stf
T' — Itenine I nmmtssPiner
James J (arroil of Ht. Uslv
the "Mr Mg" of Ihe odds mah
Inf bntimi told Henainrs let
day bo kneel «f no (reranlied
■alionwide ganateHng syndicate
He leoslfle# under Mill before
a Senate tom merer ttebrommll
tee that •• relied "belting mm
mission era and boofcinabr»»
oporvte a* Indep-n trul bust
I neseyn'U with no feeling of <i. v
•user»I wrong
will speak in behalf of
bis candidacy
WED., April 26—7:35 Io 7:54l
SI N.. April 34—2 35 to 2 5fl
KOGT
1600 On Your Dial
F.LECTRIC CO.
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1443 - llth Phone 3544
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Abrobam Drtoiius ii < redited
with publishing tno first rt.odem
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CHICAGO
Via Mai la*
I ANTE.ST. MOST MRE4T SfKVi( t
THKLK riJOIITS
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• MAIN SUNDAY 4
LOOK KIDDIES !
DAILY
from Jefferson County Airport
Immediate K carry at ton*—Fho fteaumoiil 5-1425
Wu cam you* nsawai. auawT
ll is always good t<i kincv ev<-r.
only in traeslng charming humnn
being*. ii refreshes one like
flowers and wotxi* and < leu
brooks -• fleorge Eliot
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fiFN 4 III \G I lAVr S
vF'>rr. April 26 1 I' ling
(#•»! ('t.’ifig II Kwnn. vir* chief
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puMu \ army, left J*v uir today on
j tin#*#' ij'o'.Mi m‘p^<tjoti i/»
ttiF (.'liita l 1
FEDDERS £X£L
I mi WABR4NTY
SABINE ELEf TRIf CO.
441 . 141b Fhone 1544
It is noted that materially large
son.;, are being paid out of thr
MISSES PRINTED CREPE
RAYON GABARDINE
SKIRTS $ d|(
a Auorted Colors
• Sizes 22 to 30
• Assorted Styles
• Sizes 32 to 38
39-IN. RAYONS IN
TAFFETA dp's
FAILLE £. I
SHARKSKIN VI ’
—Pgslel Shad#*
—Es*l Color* 1
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A Feature Item
FASHION MANOR
SPREADS
While Ground P jm /
With Color 4 M 0
Centers
Single 72x105
Double 90x105 ^
Miltel Conrad
Artie Manhunt
A COMPLETE TABLE OF
HEAVYWEIGHT BIRDSEYE
DIAPERS$nOO
Non-Irritating #
Soft Finish M
Sis#* 27x27 DOZ. A|
SABU In
End of the River
Assorted Style*
Sizes 5 to 9
MEN’S SUMMER WEIGHT
MEN’S FIRST QUALITY
T-SHIRTS
RAND THURSDAY
D HAS A SCORE TO SETTLE I
• Fun Cut
• Sanforized
• Sizes 28 to 42
.and Punch la th# grout Ameiiouu
family dnnk!-Enjoy«d by million*
— young and old, aliku' Everybody leva a
it# "lie;!.* from tha harry orchard
tangy taste of luaciout froth pick# J
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iuliy ..hashing' So ECONOMICAL*
Jat a bottl. today! Tr.at tha whol. family*
>2-Oz. a ac
Bottle ay
All White
Sizes 34-44
MEN’S CRAFTSMEN
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SHIRTS$1|00
• Assorted Colors M
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 99, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 26, 1950, newspaper, April 26, 1950; Orange, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557575/m1/2/ocr/: accessed April 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.

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