The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 174, Ed. 1 Monday, July 24, 1950 Page: 2 of 6

Election...
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BB9&r InpwM Court, Flam 1 and *•
0 Meet penrented tw the p«-
• aiMIHr Of • *"*»H tornoet for
Boy Scouts to Hofd
2nd Summer Camp
Louisiana Voters , Parole Is Denied
Cost Ballots Today J. Parnelt Thomas
RrMrvttiont for a second act* f, BATON ROUGE, La
,
slor. of cummer tamp tor Boy (APi—Louisiana! voter*
July 24
will get
the growl primary in Orarur
taaU Mar «u Edwin O.
NUaitt. Onntr imtaranee «n-
who M the ticket in
tan rare for state flo-
SrouU of the Sabine Area council
to be heid July 30-Augu*t 3 are
to be in the couneii office by
Monday
the final arguments today of can-
didate* for the V. S. tenate aflsl
variou* state office*.
Democrats tomorrow will nom-
'
tsriti nartwBUiiu 1 or me 15th
gUttffct. Mtaiti fell about a
tbrasarrf rates abort of a clear
■sjsrttl I* the race and went
Lota a runoff with M lame of
Th* camp, eecimttng to W M ^ ‘ *enator, ail eight repre-
Pirton. council chairman of camp- commissioner and a New Or-
dition to bis prison term. TfiOicas Alice Calls Portsmouth
was aim One i $10,908 and that Explosion Sabotage Tetbf V
no arrangements for paving this < ,
have been made. LONDON, July 24 (AP,-
». . Pj’ime Minuter Attlee stamped
24— i/f't ' The former congressman made as sabotage today the explosion
The !’ b" parole board today a direct appeal to President Tru- in Portsmouth harbor 10 days ago
retold to parole former rep re- nian several weeks ago for a of rune ammunition barges loud-
sentatire J Panne!I Thoms* (H- presidential pardon which would
SJ) who i* serving six to 13, cancel the remainder of his sen-
tence and also delete the fine.
(July
BIRTHS
WASHINGTON, July.
FRANCES ANN LCTCHER
To Mr. and Mrs. R. £• Williams.
51! Short College St., a boy,
mg explosives reportedly fpr Ko- Charles Ray, July 7,
To Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Aug.
ustine, Rt. 2, Box 203, a girl, '
Lilly Mae, July 16,
g.'.Tc
Mmtt «nd Ms supporttrs
jiug activities, will be held at
Camp Bill Stark on Cow creek In
) Newton county,
f Tii* fee tot the week will be
t J1 for boy;, who will be camping
id ; under their own leadentiip end
fur those whose leadership
be furruxhad by the council
today they were sure they could >12
give Orange count/ Its tint rep- j will
pi Iweentstive m a pumter of year* i Pit ton mid that emphasis at the
1 if voter* here will turn out for j'camp wllj be on aquatic skills,
| ■ the second pwr.ary In Saturday « largely curtailed during the first
leans court of appeal* judge
Democratic nomination Is ! h t-
reme a* election in l/iumamt
Heading the ballot in the Ren-;,
ale post it Ri.Uttil Loup JJ-ysar-
olrt son of the late Sen Huey
Long and nephew of Gov. Ear!
K Lor*
Long, wliose campaign for re-1,
The president referred the ap-
pal to the justice department.
month* <o conviction of padding
his co igi <**horial pay foiL
As usual, the board gave no
reason vs hen a/umunceing it had
rejected Tr.orr.a*' parole applica-
tion He if; serving his sentence t The diet of the walrus is pri-
i, the imnbury fCona) federaL ,;)ams an<1 rtner .moUuska
correctional ihSStlfutrori, >
Member* noted, however, in w*,lc‘h they dig. from the sea-bot-
respoi,*#. to inquiries, that i3 ad- tom with their tusks.
r^a. He spoke
Commons.
in the House of
Calvin
123, a
A fire in one cd the barges set
off a blast which injured 19 per-
To Mr. and Mrs.
E-land, Rt. 3, Box
Deborah. July 7. • |
To Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dartez
boy,, Robert 1
To Rev. and Mrs. W. ,W. Ken-
nedy, 1502 Sholars St., . a girl,
Stevie Jane, July 17. *
To Mr. and Mrs. George H.f
girl, I Slaughter, 209 College, a girl,
i Dora Elaine, July 18.
W.
sons, destroyed a pier and dam-1 Sr- 308 First St., a
aged nearby houses and build- I-ester Jr., July 8.
toga.
Woodpeckers do not aing, but
have distinct and sometimes mus-
ical calls.
To Mr and Mrs. Faxon Douglas
Mulhollan, 1302 Eleventh St, a
boy. Faxon Douglas Jr., July 11.
To Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Garza
DeLeon, a boy, Felipe Normando,
. Dry Enema.
I Simple Baik j
Mb -
relieved
with
too Chin)
RESIMOL^
.
it-
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k:
r
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election is bared primarily on his
two-year Senate record, has two
opponents — Malcolm ’Lafargci*
election Orange rout Ay gave Him- camping «»»»on June 4-14 because Shreveport attorney, and
Jtz 34*4 voter, to ififeS tor Lowe! of high water.
*tuf 334 far. J. X ftmimry: —■— -——•
lo Jefferson eafeisty Ln-. * led j W M. Porter (A San Antonio
w Mti 3239 Kimitz was a < i->-e sec- I* Vgined Et-POfV President
gysd with sffi'7 uii Sedberry trail- < SAN ANTONIO, July 24 <AP>
Newt
U S.
Mill* eg Monroe, a former
Representative,
Milk ha* made no statewide
campaign, but 1-afargue and Long
have been sparring from the
•d with 3#0«. Thg overall oral*
ware Ktor it* J3JML L<> -« 8847,
Matn> 4342, pomng Nirr.lt/
Only 828 Voir s short of a dee:
majority.
O.ei the district as a whole
Reg. J M. Comb* aided by a-
whopping big majority io Change
county, was head*;! back to Cm-
grew with a 2-1 lead over his two
opponents Lsiest I til* from the
seven cour.tiw gave Com!* 42,-
026 Price Rogers iS.99i *:>,! Hugh
>VU*or, 6b29
in the race fra the *Ute trhool
board, A D M-v.-re held * 3» 248
to 22 5uk k«9 «v«r his one op-
gwwtt. W W Den-.etr ‘
Orsage cear.lv simc Allan
Mhen mere than three out of
every four votes ca*» in the
raw for governor and Ben
Ramsey over half the total in
tAe 12-man srrautble for lieu*
tenant governor,
Following art the county total*
in pH ton tested race*:
dpvernor—ftoiver* ®3h8, W rtr,
14t. Porter 89 March 1740, Mrs
Msrtk 27, Abbey 24, Hutchiruov
75. '
Deuteriai.i Governor—R» in*ev
4757, Womack 60, Brook* 1128,
Wiiiiam M. f'ortei of fieri An- gtump for week*. Their Hree< tiei
1 too. is tile new preMldent of tile
Texas Ex f'lisorurr* of War club
He was elected at toe closing ses-
sion of the fifth annua) meeting
he re yes!'relay and succeeds Hen-
ry Pritchett, Jr, of Dallas
Other officers elected included
Co i) F, Easley of Houston,
preskiebi. and John T .lout* of
Hourton, secretary-treasurer
lean mg to factional end t^rsonal
criticism pave largely played
down national issues
Lafargue supported by New
Or lea in Mayor Deiesieps S. Mor-
rison, other anti - Long leader*
and the family of the late Seri
v , Overton has declared The issue
is Lsmgisni **
Do You Need
MONEY
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Build a porch
Build a gaiagv
Renew yout roof /
Install new kitchen cab.net
Install attic l<*i\
or any type home it pair
tip In 36 Month* to Krpsv
• gg 77 repays *HW> 00' tn 12 Mo*
96.18 repays |20o (»<c in 24 Mos
>6 58 repay* |3(Wi (X) In 38 Mo*
915 67 repay* $8b0 in 38 Mos
Mgjsifnum Intn *2.Mil) OU
ter it Months
Circle Lumber Co.
Mae Arthur fit. V—Phone 1737
Arnold 1G2. Davis 114, Smith 108,
Morris 344, McAsharn 23, Harris
108, Vic* 79. Evans 1480, Reed
14 o
Supreme Court, Plane i—Dick-
son 3296, Wilson 2603, Wray 1116
Supreme Court, Place 3—Cal-
vert 4434, Harvey 1033, Scott
1510.
Supreme Court, Place 3—Grif-
fin 8370. Keenan } 300. Harwood
1230. DaviS 1016
Court of Criminal Appeals —
Wuntch 1325, Lett I more 1938,
Cook 1243. HiU 342, Story 512,
Morrison 767' Nelson 338, .Vlyrts
668
Comptroller—Sutler 4007. Cal-
vert 3116
. Land Commissioner — AUted
3400, Giles 4156
Agriculture Commissioner—Me- I
U-llan 2303. White 837, McDonald I
3024, Fbirey 755
Congress - Wilson 618, Roger*
1708, Combs 6723
•State Senator—Walker 1236, Lee I
2016. Cousin* 2788, Fuller 2304
F tutorial Representative — Nlm- 1
Ur 6484. Low# 1006, Sedberry
814
Board of Eduration — BennSu
3408 Moore 4150
County feuperiMendent—Bland
2833. Ptddy 9461.
County Judge-Doughty 2714
( ailiavet 873, Travis 1346, Grooms
2228, Davis 1683
County Attorney — Laa 2177, r
Young 3786, Trimble 2852
Sheriff—Holt* 6185, Cockrell 1
3603. i
County Clerk-McGuire I2?0, •
Dutton 2108, Siaphens 6103
, C on1 miss loner, Precinct 1—P*-i
-veto 2800. Eddlwnan 1876; Pre- j
cinut 2 McGuire 610. Ratclsff 707, !
Ha ter 112, Precinct 4. Carter 400,
Stephenson 258, Croaby 584
Const able Precinct 1 — Hunt'
2040. Peveto 2357, Prerlnut 2, j
Trahan 611. Newton 483, Granger
61, Precinct 4 Made 181, William- !
son 66a
Justice of Peaue, Precinct 2~- !
I’eveto 843 Prince 726, Precinct
3, Slagle 460, Kaohei 288
County Chairman—Bryan 1744,
Stephenson 5177
Precinct Chairman, Precinct 7
—Miller 62 Hollis 58; Psecinct
1« Raker 21!. Hlack 14.1
These are unofficial returns
Ttie official figures will be com-
piled Tu*#day night when the
county committee will meet In
the district courtroom et 7.30 I
P in (o canvass the votes.
Chandler Reminds
Parents of School
tte 1
first
With the reopening of school
fast approaching Supt. C O.
Chandler today had several re-
minders tor parents of students
planning to transfer to o» enter
public schools her* for the
time
Ail transfers must be made by
TUaaday July 8) Toes* are han-
digd by the office of County fi *p-
arintanderd J F Hammers in tne >"
courthnuee
Student* entering the local
achonls for the firat time must
have certificates showing they
h*|Vf bee*) inoculated against
diphtheria and vaccinated again*!
smallpox
They also must have a birth
certificate Parents who do not
have these should write to-, the
county clerk in the county in
which the child was horn and ob*.
tai-i the document.
The vaccination and blith cer-
tificates are tn be .presented when
the child is enrolled
Woodpeckers rarely destroy a
healthy tree and they destroy
groat quantities of harmful in-
sect*
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