The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 264, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 7, 1951 Page: 2 of 8
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2- TIIF ORANGE LEADER-Wednesday, Nov 7, 1951
church: Visitation at the church,
9:30 a. m and 0:30 p. m. Reservation* tor the Grant
McDonald almohal Baptist Craw of Color banquet, which
church: Visitation, at the church, will be held at the Masonic
9:30 a. m. and 7p. m. temple Saturday, Nov. 17, should
.vorth ur«ngc naptist church: he made by Nov. 10, according to
WatU District 4 meeting at the Mrs, W. D. Payne, mother ad-
church, 10 a. m; choir practice, visor. Mgs. Payne may be con-
st the church. 7:30 p. m. tacted by dialing 0-3127.
Old First Orange Baptist .
church: Lottie Moon circle, with Mrs. MaSl* Harle ofr Port Ar-
Mr>. John Burton. Beaumont «»ur, past grand matron of Texas,
highway, 9:30 a. m Order of Eastern Star, win be
West Orange Baptist church: fuest speaker. Mr*. Marie Nee-
Gene McNeelv circle, at the *>m of Beaumont will be mistress
church. 9:15 a m «f ceremonies. Guests will be in
Winfree Baptist church: WMU, attendance from Port Neches.
at the church. 2 n m Beaumont and Port Arthur.
nBK Joycee Explorer
ACS Nominates Its
New Officers Here
The American Columbus society
and On ai Stoffer nominated officers tor the corn‘o»
snttd sene on a "ar Airing » meeting Tuesday
work *.th TravS* niKh? at the ACS hau cn ___
r,f a Boy ’Scout Ex- avenue. The election wiU take
-fd' - *•?*» I - 'cr frlace at a December meeting sud
* sponsion, inrtallatjon ceremonie* will be
■onducted in January.
i» made by
■it at a reg - * he following pet non* were
hi in s )<■ <■ mince* president. Louts Bianda,
Vincent Rao and Joe jna.,ai4w,
% ice-president. Ben Rao. se-crc-tary,
ram chair- Torr.ro> Ran corresponding secre-
Xi tary. Sam Blartda,; treasurer, Mike
!;>oes. hia.’roia, aidlto-^V • v • - - —
wight <*ey, Jam Sciortifla. and sergeant-
•i:-atm«. John bja.-aa.
Sea- society also scheduled a
' *parhelfl dinner to be held at SC
ward Mary's school Dec. 2 at 5 p. m.
■■■■.% p-';,es will be sold at 75 ce.it* each
i sig- Proceed* will be used to buy new
i-ecs- uniforms for the newly organized
acy- drum and bugle corps at St
hea-iquaA- Mary *
Frankincense and myrrh, gifts
of the Wise Men in the Bible, are
still listed as basic perfume in-
Pat Wilsnr, a*
Morse reported c
iwrade plan:- Th:
rututr* and $34 h
ed for lhr -Van
umI ALL Insect*
Should Be Sanitary
he l/i -
' .7. patty
uau-AS, .Nov T (A**— Haven*
refuge from A-bomb attack*
. evident*! ,y could be.vxn* noatei*
of epidemx diseases unless pre-
iMjtive measurer are piannef, an
Alahome doctor said today,
Address,ng the 45th annual
meeting of the Southern Medical
o r ti ro. Dr. Kirk 'T Mosley of
Cu verrity of Oklahoma out-
lined the need for vigilance
against ‘‘deliberate and. wilful”
germ warfare by an enemy.
Hut then h? added:
Attention should also be given
tjf one of the major problem* to
t* faced a* a consequence of
-bank warfare or mass bombing
attacks, and that i* the problem
:A prevention and control of epj-
it the sa-callcd non-stra-
L. G. ELMORE
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"Such areas will for obviou;
reason* become havens for refu- SOMY. BIT THIS IS RESTRICTED—Margaret Brown fabov
grt-s f.eeing from the- prime tar- WM he the subject of numerous whistle- and wolf howls here in
,;et areas of the counfryT>i«her <*» of ‘he star-stuck. .*1 cast of the Came! Caravan when'it urn
after or before e>i atomic- or mas* a <w>e-nighi stand. But you won’t be able to join in the whistling~i
oomb.ng attack hag been made. man in uniform. Because of the gym’s limited seating capaci4v a
The hurried introduction of luck-v fellows.
rarge number* of individuals into ,T—T~,--------;-—— ----*r---
new localities may lead to the j development of serious epi- of any deiiverate germ warfa
establishments of "the necessam de^J>cs diseases ordinarily at the doctor said an enemy mil
circumstances for large outbreaks “ Tt!ow~,mo;<1*!rin8 level. select a microbe against whi
of disease. ^Discussing the possible pattern the general population had lit
*The refugees may or may not
be immune to strains of organ- _____ _ t
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ducc new strains of (disease- mi in" ^ s2-P/f f (;. '
lousing * germs to which the local 8,? «fw>. *61’
habitant; are susceptible. WliWf ». Sn ’*** tin.
! i. Moseley -levhired Iliat over- lTfe|T«- . lrrT‘tatr- ^
crowding, overtaxing of sanitary 'I,
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Days Getting Longer
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Rushed for time?
If it’s any comfort, today was
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The extra times comes from
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rotation, due apparently to the
friction of the earth's tides, caus-
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IMh. And 73 seconds longer than
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at a meeting of the National Aca-
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 264, Ed. 1 Wednesday, November 7, 1951, newspaper, November 7, 1951; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth557734/m1/2/: accessed December 10, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.