The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 264, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 7, 1951 Page: 1 of 8
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ank Bandits Make $97,000 Haul
The Orange Leader
1TLE, Nov. 7 (AP)—
anese merchant ship
12 survivors of the ill-
d American freighter
[e Walton from the
ept North Pacific early
nd moved on to rescue 25
riding bobbing lifeboats
from their burning and
[explosion and fire aboard
ighter late Tuesday killed
members of its ciew and
the others to lifeboats to
Erescue by commercial and
Guard vessels converging
Japanese freighter Kenkon
the first to reach the
ship, battled rough water
strong wind through most
night to rescue 12 seamen
ifeboat nearest the'Walton.
Walton radioed for aid at
k Tuesday afternoon, re-
its engine room and crew
rs swept by flames.which
’ed an explosion,
ee men are dead and one
isly burned,” came the fran-
ssage from a radio operator
was driven from his quar-
evcry few minifies by the
* and fumes. He finally had
low the other crewmen over-
carrying a portable radio
sputtered out its last ap-
for help shortly after 5
lanwhile, the Kenkon Maru,
w-moving ship turned from
ursc sixty miles away after
up the SOS, Wallowing at
nots in a rolling plunging
it steamed directly to the
iere, a Coast Guard rescue
ie dropped flares to guide it to
:aming ship, even though the
was running perilously low
s after 5 hours of shephcrd-
e bobbing life crafts with its
VOLUME XLVUI Member Associated Pre» ORANGE, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1951
Truman to Advance Peace Plan Tonight
sub-machine guns, held up a branch bank on Milwaukee’s
_______ northwest side during a heavy snowstorm today and escaped
NUMBER 264 with an estimated $97,000. The trio entered the bank in mid-
_______ morning, according to police and Manager L. L. Wahl. TThe
two armed men remained on
each side of the doorway. The
third jumped over a railing
and ran behind the row of
StCttf Red Truce
Actions for Peace Zoil6 Pldfl
Expected in Speech
Last of Students
To Leave Hutments
When New Job Ends
cashiers’ cages. He scooped
the money into a white bed sheet
as one of his companions at the
door counted off the seconds.
As the count hit zero, the trio
ran frorji the bank and jumped"
into a car at the doorway. A
lourth man drove the' vehicle
,The bank is the Northwestern
branch <>f the First Wisconsin Na-
tional;—4hc state's -largest bank.
It is located on the northwest
side of the city, about four miles
from the downtown area, in a
Ry William Jorden
Early Payment of
Poll Taxes Urged
NEW HOUSING PROJECT COMING ALONG—This view
west side of the new Pine Groves Homes low rent housing project
shows the rapid progress being made by the contractor, Farnsworth
By John M. Hightower
WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (/R)
—Diplomats look for Presi-
dent Truman to challenge
Russia tonight to join the
United States, Britain and
France in a sericj of specific in-
ternational actions to ease east-
west tensions and give the world
real hope for peace.
But he probably will remain
cool toward the idea of a personal
meeting with Premier ‘Stalin of
The president wilj^ address the
nation by radio and 'television at . .. .
0:30 .p. m., Orange time, from his
White House office.
In what has been officially de-
scribed as a major foreign policy-
speech, he is reported planning
to talk about a new peace plan
wot ked out by the Big Three for-
eign ministers and due lor immi-
nent unveiling. ,,,
Responsible informants h c r e
and in Palis, where the United
of the Nations General assembly is
meeting, describe the plan as
(a) disarmament based on a
Construction will start im-
mediately on a school pioject prosperous business section,
that will take the last of the The holdup occurred during
Orange Independent district’s heavy snow, with streets icy and
students out of the temporary slippery. There was no immediate
MUNSAN Korea Nov 7 (/Pi hutments in which many have trace of the getaway car.
ss iu„b; S’rw,Sd'wS tr
The boiird of education, in a ,<jmers in the building al the
s pecial meeting Tuesday after- t;me. He said the two aimed men
>ioon, accepted the bid of Foster ordered the customers to stand
Brothers Construction company-of against the walls. There were no
Port Arthur for an eight-class- shots fired.
Nations representatives room annex to the Tilley demon - ah! said tile man who scooped
mitted a new buffer zone
counterproposal today strik-
ingly similar to the Allied
plan — but with crucial differ-
turned it down. But they said tery school at Avenue A and Park ub the money failed to enter the
they might talk about it in Thurs- street in Riverside. Tlic entire last oi fiv<" cashiers’ cages as time
day’s sessions at Panmunjom. cost of the addition will be paid
Under the Red plan a buffer by the federal government,
zone would lie created now along
lighting changed the front lines
materially, either side could pro-
pose a change in the military de-
marcation line for the zone. But
there was no guarantee the otiier
must agree to the change.
“No adjustments could be
made in the demarcation line as
the Communists obviously
would dot agree,” said Maj.
Gen, Henry I. Hodes, head of
the U. N. subcommittee.
Tilley is the only elementary
school in the district where stu-
dents still attend classes in
hutments. Supt. C. O. Chandler
said today the new annex will
“get all of these children into
Work on the structure is to be-
gin at once, Chandler said, and
Is due to be completed in about
seven months. Priorities for the
20 tons of critical materials to be
.,,, ,, , , needed already have been secured
It would be a de facto cease- from the National Production
and Chambers, toward completion of the 100-unit development. The global census and continuing in- fire- It’s the same thing they have authority, t he
r tUn Lminluwi Iv on U/nri Dnelr ntinttllO 11 r kmvs ♦ Vln nnuommont 4 : „. t ___; i . I_ _____ i 11*<11 mill ! 1IX f r* 1 h eoo rlnve * ’ . . . '
site of the new housing is on West Park avenue where the government spection of atomic and other wca-
maintained a trailer camp during World War II. The project is being p0ns, (b) an end to the fighting
constructed for the Orange housing authority and is expected to be in Korea, (c) steps to create a
County Democratic Chairman reacty foT occupancy about March. (Photo by T. L. Gunn’s Studio)
ien it started home, "Coming Ward Stephenson has joined Tax
re- Collector Fred Force in a “pay
your poll tax early” campaign.
Both expect a record number
of receipts to be issued before the
Jan. 31 deadline but each wants
the . figure to be just as big as
Their reason for suggesting that
$3822.20 contribution by Lev- in* thnt Iheir 68-year grip on the nation’s third largest city, Philadelphia. The
iton Shipbuilding comoarty and the long^ lines at the collector’s off-year balloting, generally regarded as having no^great nationaj regard suggestions for such a con-
brought up for three days.’ ujHeri
However, Brig. Gen. William
superintendent ab2“l noon"
She was o
ran out. He did, however, force
his way into the vault and pick
lip the loose currency quickly at
The three mail who entered the
bank were described as between
30 and 35 years old.
Native of Arkansas
Dies Here Tuesday
Mrs. Hazel Myrtle Fuller, at,
died Tuesday at 9:45 p. m. in a lo-
cal hospital following a stroke
native of I‘atm us,
and had lived in Orange for
pn its fumes,” as the pilot
lest Fund Over
Crime Crusader Licks Tammany in New York City
Special Elections Give GOP House Gain
But End Party's Hold on Philadelphia
unified and independenl Germany
and (d) other measures to re-
solve issues long in dispute be-
tween Moscow apd the West.
Diplomats looked to the presi-
dent’s speech to set at rest, at
least by implication, speculation
By The Associated Press
Republicans picked up one seat in the House of Representatives Western government
by capturing all four special elections held Tuesday, but they tost Stalin.
employes, together with reports j^d ‘neS ,b deaHbn~t will Political significance, also brought victory in New York City to Rudolph ference with disfavor on the The Reds did not put up much ? “ ,
wMStfsws sirs' iss zzsisi ss? sm fjsw
*30'850- 0 SifS
is leaves the fund just $11,150 jn 1952
rt of its $42,000 goal and when „ '
renorts nrw in camnaiim offi- bo far, acvuraiu* to r UI ee, imiy
TTm ihA “fata i« I,. tOO persons have paid their
poll taxes. His deputies aren t too
of Chinese had overrun it Tues-
»ls said today, the quota is ex
cted to be attained.
The largest sum still to be re-
rted will come from payroll de-
ctlons at the Du Pont plant. A
iber of other sizeable amounts
Auctions also are still
won’t Bet around to vlsl,,0 rame ana me aerem or i-rinaoeipiuu Win!
mr vntino James Michael Curley In an at- Mew York’s city council presi- real accomplishments for peace
8 tempt to come back as mayor of dency, second highest position in Although this government's c*aT-
Boston. the metropolis, over Democrat view is known in London and The Reds drove United Nations
So far, according to Force, only Surprising lew observers, Dem- Joseph T. Sharkey and two others. Paris, such suggestions continue infantrymen out of advanced po-
ocrats appeared to have retained Halley, running on the Indepen- to come from the highest British sitions northwest of Korangpo,
the- Kentucky governorship, re- dent, Fusion and Liberal party and Trench officials. near the 38th parallel on the
P. Nuckols, U. N. spokesman, said Foster;’s was the lowest of seven about eight years.yShe was a mem
the Allies has made no “final ,b‘ds submitted by contractors on ber of (tle North Orange Baptist
judgment” on the Red plan. project- Other bidders were church ; ,
Nuckols said the U. N. felt the "}lshire cotporation and earns- Funeral services will be held
Communist proposal had “many a'^ Chambers of Houston, Thursday at 10 a. m. in the chapel
ambiguities and many contradic- Win*er K‘n^, a"f| of He;m- 0f the Claybar funeral home with
lions.” 1 mont- an^ °" W Collins, Baker the Rev. c. W. Williams, pastor of
auon He said the Red and Allied Construction company and A. L. the North Orange Baptist church,
about the possibility of" an early plans had “superficial similarities Ha-ves of Port Ar«1ur officiating. Burial will be In Ever-
meeting of Ms Truman and other and fundamental discrepancies.” The new addition will be some- green cemetery.
leaders with Allied troops attacking what similar to present construe- Survivors are the husband, J. J.
through the mud today recap- iton at Tilley but of a mprt per- Fuller; one son, Jimmy Fuller of
Mr Truman is understood to lured one of three hills lost to manent nature. It \wUrimve wood Orange; two daughters, Mrs. Bryce
is unuei.ioou 10 assau|u Unw. Sunday. and steel franmigMth asbestos Fowler of Orange, and Mrs. J. V.
The Reds did not put up much shingle sidingflicotJsUcal tile ceil- Robertson of Cninden, Ark.: her
1------- —1 built-in mother, Mrs. Susie Cooper of De-
light, Ark.; three sistere, Mrs. L.
•M. Miles of Grand Prairie, Mrs.
Doyle Johnson of Mena, Ark., and
Mrs. Dewey Gardner of Delight,
and four brothers, Herman Cooper
of Orange, Bill Cooper of Belton.
busy at this time of the year and
he promises "instant service”
'body who comes in for a
Up to 12,000 persons—about a
thousand more than the previous
turning to the state house Gov.
to> Lawrence Wetherby and his slate
e* oh^elght state candidates.
tickets, rolled up a plurality of
Th. c«, hall Little Bock 'S' SSf T
To 0;en Thursday
The contract also provides
for a principal’s office and two
new rest rooms.
Alternate bids had been taken
near rne anxn Duranei on me ^ an<* 10 classrooms, ^'rk Farris Cooper of Camden,
near me amn parallel on me xhe elght-room alternate was ac- atT, c.ir] Cooper of Grand Prairie
western front. The Allies prompt- cepted since it fell within the voopu
ly counterattack and ran the Reds maximum amount of money allot-
back to their own lines. ted to the project by the 'federal
Elsewhere along the western government,
sector rain dampened the savage
honor roll hro^ ^ESS
per cent-were re- *?dlanaP«.lis' h.°.me ,of themE clean up corruption he laid at the cafe, which specializes
tolled today. They are the Orange ^^fmocratic_, national committee d<JOr of thc Republicans, he de- £!?,cke”’ in °ran8c
lattonal bank. Jefferson Amuse- at }!)te UtrW cha'*?lan' Frank E" e Sealed Dr. Daniel A. Poling, Bap- Thursday at 1105 Green avenue,
" ------ a ,ot mor<> people make early “Clean government campaigns mjn ister who was the Re- t*10 building formerly occupied by
infantry fighting of the past three
days. Artillery duels thundering
Youngblood’s cafe, a new local aJon«.the 6ect“[ as_lllC.Hi
NLRB Hearing Is
Irtod !°.so^!.upu9.hin!;f-e ^oLh“1.d.ine In Progress Here
Put Before U. N.
Ohio Is Preparing
v To Complete Well
W Ohio Oil company today was
■tunning an electrical survey on
4 Its E. W. Brown Jr. No. 12 in the
'Phoenix Lake field preparatory
to setting casing and attempting
to bring in the well.'
The Brown No. 12 is in semi-
proven territory and Ohio ex-
pects to have it
|»mc time next week. It is located year.
In Calcasieu parish across the
.'Sabine river from Orange.
Meanwhile, Ohio’s Stark No. 1,
-gan outpost well located south of
the Phoenix Lake discovery, was
d reported down to 700 feet and
Across the river. King and
; Heyne’s test bn the semi-proved
Weaver Shipyard tract was drill-
# ing at fiOO feet.
A short distance southwest of
there a roadway inter the city
dump property has been finished
and a drilling platforn} for Ohio’s
test of that tract was under con-
41 struction today.
GPANTS ENTRY RIGHT
LAREDO. Nov. 7 (AP) —The
• city council has granted the U. S.
corps of engineers right of entry
to municipal airport. It will ty*
reactivated as a jet pilot trainin'
center at a cost of $8,577,000. The
• council Tuesday also authorized
lease of land for a new' municipal
a lot more
Stephenson reminded ' voters
that next year they will have an
opportunity to ballot on virtually
every office from president to
constable. And he said he is hop-
ing every eligible person in the
county will equip himself with a
poll tax and be prepared to go to
were waged by the New York and publican candid,te. I
Some Republicans claimed
Snow Storm Eases
Grip on St. Louis
Arrington and Saxon Appliances.
The new Cafe represents the
ninth such establishments the
trend toward their side in the
Bridge City Lions
Study Utility Plan
PARIS, Nov. 7 (AP)—Soviet
Foreign Minister Andrei Y. Vi-
. „ shinsky asked the United Nations
A National Labor Relations asserllbiy today to take up the
board hearing began in 128th dis- question of a Chinese representa-
trict courtroom at the courthouse tior)> a ,najor unsolved issue, at
today on a petition filed by the the surrent session.
elections, but three of the va-
cancies were in traditionally GOP
districts and the remaining one
Its headquarters is in Waco.
Youngblood’s will offer
BUMPER CORN CROP
WASHINGTON. Nov. 7 (AP)—
The Mexican corn crop this year crippled the city,
u.si.iii* u..u uc dining room servjce ant) orders to open
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 7 (AP)—Thc was in a district which has swung take ou, u wil, fealurc 14 dif- years ago, has now grown to the
bread-winners made It to work bo,h way* ln recent years. i ferent combinations of chicken point where there is talk of in-
and housewives to thc grocery The GOP gain w as registered dinners on its menu with prices stalling a water and sewer system,
today as St. Louis shook off a foot- in Ohio, where Paul F. Schenck ranging from 50 cents to $1.25. The project was discussed in an
thick blanket of snow deposited won a House seat from the dis- As an opening day feature all open meeting for the first time
in a sudden storm that seriously trict around Dayton, defeating orders will be served at half Tuesday night during a
Jesse Yodep: Democrat Edward price, the management an-
local machinists' union in which
the machinists are seeking thc
nmnrir rnv m„v 7 rAPi 'ight io bargain separately from tui c MSl-„e«
BRIDGE CITY, Nov. 7 (AP) the Orange Metal Trades council, tension were evnertert th,.
both This community, where only wide with which they now are affili- Wester ,¥a ThJf1 f th
sparo MH !«. . few The aSKomm,-F™ci,
The hearing will determine plans, believed to have provisions
whether an election will be held (or a count of the world's atomic
at Levingston Shipbuilding com- weapons, are scheduled to lie dis-
pany to see whether the machin- closed at midnight (5 p. m., Or-
*12 ists will bargain separately from ange time), this will mark the
legutar thp.oMTr -
The Soviet delegate tosseci hi
this request as new and important
proposals for easing East-West
weather signaled the end of the health.
is estimated at 126 million bushels,
on _ production about 30 per cent more than last worst 24-hour snowstorm here in
89 years. The storm’s new center
shifted toward the East coast.
With no measurable snowfall
since Tuesday, the city’s bus and
streetcar service was restored on
all lines. Public schools remained
closed, but many industries were
humming again today.
Streets still are icy with slush
hardening in 25-degree tempera-
tures. but most automobiles were
Food stores reported a brisk
pi ivv( suv ssi u 11 a g v 111 v •*
A forecast of clear and warmer Breen had resigned because of ill nounced. It will open at 11
and will close at 9 p. m.
Well*Wishers Got Friendly Go-Ahead
Ike for President Boom
Shifted Into High Gear
employ C. P. Smith, Orange civil the metal trades councU, it merely j^wdent V ncent Aunol for a
engineer to make a survey and 'valUs to ba!'*;i » separately The Truman-Stalin-Churchill meeting
- tbo hearing will determine whether »i Pans.
compile a rough estimate of
It was the Lions club which
brought gas to Bridge City a few
months ago so tackling a utility
project such as a water and sewer
system would not find its mem-
bers without experience in this
type of activity.
Tuesday Right’s meeting, was
held at Wayside inn. Guests in-
such an election is warranted.
The hearing officer is Everet
Rhea of Fort Worth, Texas.
Navy Civil Service
Workers Get Raise
By Jack Bell al "«*»«»> mn. uuesis in- Ncwr sfa‘cs autherizmg in-
WAS1HNGTON Nov 7 (API—The draft-Eisenhower movement cludcd Arch*e Calhoun, captain of s for *.3» ?flaned c,,vi2ial>
business from customers who kcDt j • . ^ j ' z. .?”! rilsennowe:. movement ., , oro-inizt»rl communitv emploj’ees of the U. S. Naval Sui-
SSn£wS^Utary ^iSkaf^^U^hllf^Hni K SSmSSTS? rthTffi tie- here have been received by
Deer hunters were stranded by p^iticiaJ disagreed on t-oe over-all effL-t of Gen.'Dwight DEisen- tenants, Jackie Gisclair, L. R. Til- tbe of th« c^^anding of*
the hundreds in semthern Missouri, nower’s avoidance of party ^nd presidential race commitments while anc* Bradley, C. W. • ‘ .
On^ hunter, BUI Bounds, 79, had wavjne a friendly go-ahead to Burke and J. G. Edgerly. The new rates, recently ap-
been missing in the snow-covered well-wi?hers who are trying to" said he is not ruling out the pos- Cjlhoun was introduced by John proved by Congress and the Pie.s-
Ozark mountains since; Monday af- stake down for him the 1952 Re- sibiiity that the general might be- «• Saint program chairman and ldc"‘- riroact.yctoJulyl
ternbon. A party of 30 continued bl^an nomination. come ..the Democratic nominee, brousht those attending up to date Comdi. L ’T Clcdves, public
the search for him today. But Senator Duff (R-Pa), one under certain circumstances. on the fire department’s activities, relations officer, said
Townspeople at Potosi in south- of ieacjers q/ the latter group, Senator, Anderson (D-NM), „ A
east Missouri opened their doors p]unged with renewed vigor into head 6f thc Democrat
Tuesday night to about 200 hunt- a round Df Texas speeches' and campaign committee,
ers hemmed in by snow-blocked conferences plugging the general, interview he can’t
sec that Eise
In New York, Gov. Thomas E. hower’s public statementsphang
lion at all.
Members of the Orange
and Fork club will have as
.tfaLst0nn h*1! Dew^Tsaid* he Was stronger than the^Miticarrituatton
11 ®c.d ot take care °* ever for Eisenhower, if that was Eisenhower told a news confer-
SPEAKER — stranded motorists. possible. ence here Tuesday that no one
r4VT q.iTniiTimr Murray Is Convinced had been authorized to boom him
, . D The live-star general’s parting for president. He expressed sur-
next guest lecturer at the organ- shoU bt;fore his return to Paris prise that the movement In his
ization’s regular dinner meeting, ,°? c?,n t culture wim a mere convinced Senator Murray (D- toehalf had reached anything like
George Famham, educator, form- ® na’„ Xas’kiV" Mont) that Eisenhower is going boom proportions. But he added:
run ».»< er naval officer, and well known .*7..fu.to make hhns’eJf available for a “If I have friends that have
Thur»a»x. cir*r to p«rt-< pugjic speaker. According to Alan nbrdIy and votecl bonds to build nomination contest. been my friends for so lol% they
ram. B Cameron, local program chair- Tuesday night, voters of Tex- “It looks like he is a candidate,’* believe they know how I would
is in charge of the ar- arkana, Ark., only a hypothetical Murray told a reporter. act and react under given situa-
The handling of the Aurioi pro-
posal in thc Soviet press suggested
a cool reception.
Vishinsky’s request today con-
cerns the question whether China
will continue being represented in
the UN by Nationalist delegates
or by delegates of the Peiping
Communists regime, as the Soviet
Wc hear tnat l.amar cnllege’s
athletic department has finally
discovered that Olney Beltz is a
good ball carrier as well as de-
fensive man, on a football ffeld.
. . A lady In Bland addition has
, —. -----------------— . , . . , toaay called our attention to the an-
moving picture. t’Moulds of checks covering back pay due un- noying ust. of BB „uns in the vi.
ratic senatorial P,rJog'e“ ” ":as s*?0'vn- 11 was Pro’ derLthc new *cu,les aro c,«< cinity of her home by two verv
vided by the Eljer company of to be received by Nov. 15. He young ooy^
Dallas. said he could not estimate the tVhat cooks, those Rainbow
C. G. Parker, president, of- amount of the extra pay but add- Qjr]s' mothers I was luckv
ficiated. ed that it would be “substantial.” enough to u, able to bujr' one Q'f
the pies, a luscious apple one.
which was left when the girls
served pie and coffe to the Ma-
sons Monday night.
Dickie Hicks is getting so short
said in an
!»U From c. S. W»»U»r Barcas
Forecast: Oran** and vicinity; clear and
warmer tonight with lowest temperature,
40 to 41 MltN. — ‘ ' "
ly cloud, and warmer
turr near *4 degree*. —— _
mile* par hoar, aseaUy westerly tonight and man. Who _ ___________,____, _, _ ________ ___ . . .
c“hii^ruSm- aabine—Blah at ti:«* rangements, Famham wiU speak Rne down Main street away from The Montana senator, a strong tions, that’s their business and I
a m.: low at *:CS a. m. and 5 04 0 m. — * " ” ~
on “Psychology of Self Discov- _ v rr»^ = c „ miii supporter of President Truman’s have never attempted to interfere
• Boiivtr—High at U:M a. m *nd 11M ery» TRg affair will be held at rKana’ Aexas> V0lecl a mui “Fair Deal” program, said he re- ... but no one, after all, would
a. m.; low at TdS a. m. and «:n p. m. Lufcher Stark high school on on theErelves to support the gards Eisenhower as a “conserva- need to speak for me in any case
library. _ five” on domestic issues. But ho where I should speak for myself.”
Sun flat* Thurwd-y at i:3« a. «m
seta at S O g. .__
Wedneodny. Nov, 21 at 7 p. m.
Blood Donors May Register Now
Civilian donors in Orange county will have an opportu-
nity Dec. 5 to give blood for our fighting men in Korea. The
bloodmobUe from the Southeast Texas Defense Blood cen-
ter in Beaumont will return to the city on that date and
the local Red Cross chapter hopes to have the maximum
number of civilian donors ready and waiting. This can be
done only if the persons who plan to give blood register in
advance. Prospective donors, therefore, are requested to
phone 8-2322 or 8-3536 for registration. Your phone call may
save a service man’s life. __
of clothes he dug into the rag bag
iq thc shop, for a dress which he
*Jwas seen wearing while working
Thursday's birthday celebrants
' include Mrs. E. C. Knott and Mrs.
Mrs. Roy Tinsley, Everett Mar-
tin, Peggy Norris, C. N.. Leister
and Kenneth Wayne Fullen cele-
brated birthdays Tuesday.
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