The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 4, 1952 Page: 3 of 18
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. TOKYO (AP)—Japanese can-
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elutions yetting unusual pub-
West Orange Lions
Slate Final Rehearsal
The West Orahfe Lions club will
hold final rehearsal today at 7:30
p. m. for its annual minstrel and
variety show which will be staged
in Carl Godwin auditorium at
West Orange school Friday add
Saturday at 8 p. m.
The Town theater group will
present a two-act play under the
Probers Say Union
Ruled by Kremlin
investigators described a labor un-
ion today as “under the control of
agents of the Kremlin” and urged
the Justice department to consider
perjury action against its officers
who signed non-Communlst affi-
A tightening of the Jaw to pre-
vent Communists from holding un-
ion jobs or offices also was recom-
mended by th$ Senate’s internal
Security subcommittee in a report
on its investigation of the Distri-
butive, Processing, and Office
Workers of America (DPOWA),
an independent union.
The subcommittee made public
sworn testimony in which the
president of the union, Arthur
Osman of Brooklyn, N. Y., and a
number of other too officials were
COMEDIAN Jerry Lewis
thinks he’d make a great Shape-
spearean actor. Taking time out
during the filming of his "Jump-
ing Jacks,” Jerry dreams of the
moods he could dramatize for
the Bard’s lines. Here are some:
direction of James Headrick and
George Biggs, co-directora. The
show also will feature many spe-
Tickets may be purchased at the
ABC food store on Western ave-
nue, the Green Light cafe, Bon-
ner and Galileo service station,
Cliff’s grocery and Bingham’s
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Two Southern Belles
Grab Early Leads
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP)— Wmm
Two belles from below the Ma-
son-Dixon line end a charmer HHf|
from California led a parade of
pulchritude toward the Miss Amcr- mMffljr
ica 1953 title today.
Iris Anne Fitch of Washington1, EjSgj
D. C„ Miss District of Columbia, ■ ' . «»j
Gwen. Harmon of Birmingham,
Ala., Miss California, won all-
important preliminary contests last
The 19-year-old capital queen Mp’
scored in the opening talent pre- wlpVgt
lim with her soprano rendition of ■
“With a Song in My Heart.” Ear
lier, Miss Harmon, 19, and Miss
Shores, 20, tied for first place in
the swim suit preliminaries,'
“HOW NOW. you secret, black,
and midnight hags!” (Midsum-
mer Night’s Dream)
Farouk Has Huge
Sum Outside Egypt
SOLD NATIONALLY FOR $1.50-IF PERFECT
CAIRO, Egypt (AP)—The pro-
Wafdist newspaper A1 Missi quot-
ed custodians of ex-King Farouk’s
holdings today as saying the exil-
ed Egyptian monarch owns about
nine million Egyptian pounds—
$25,030,000 — worth of property]
abroad and needs no financial aid j
The amount of cash Farouk may
| have on deposit outside Egypt is
j not known but it has been esti-
mated as high as one million
Farouk told newsmen after he
j arrived on the Isle of Capri to be-
] gin his exile last July that he wras
j a comparatively poor man. He
! said he had not taken a fortune
j out of Egypt and had no fortune
| stored up outside his native land.
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The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 213, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 4, 1952, newspaper, September 4, 1952; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558188/m1/3/: accessed November 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.