The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 268, Ed. 1 Monday, November 12, 1951 Page: 1 of 6
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rial of Orange Officers Is Opened
SS The Orange Leader
Politics Is Brought Into
VOLUME XLVIU Member Associated Press
ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1951
Russia Challenged to Join in Step by Step End to Crisis
Eden huts Forth
By Robert B. Tuckman
IUNSAN, Korea, Nov. 12
J) — Allied truce negoti-
irs in strong words touay
cased me communists of
sisting on a pnoney cease-
une tnereiy to stau tne ar-
Tne negotiators will meet again
Panmunjom at 11 a. m. Tues-
ltt p. m. Orange time Mon-
10—their 20th session.
I he Communists accused the _ ^
Nations command of “bad The Orangetield scnool
Monday and aUeged that board is scneauied to meet to-
nerican planes flew over the mgnt and study a compromise
tunjom conference a r * *
ice—on Sunday and again on
Claims Leaflets Dropped
Winnington, a frequent Iere" _ , ,, , __
mmunist mouthpiece, was ®y the Bridge City district. The rarny and seek a step-Dy-scep
ted by the Peiping radio as area •* located on both sides of solution to the cold war.
ng three Allied fignter planes farm to tnarket road 409 just east “Let us grasp the definite and
across the 100-yard Pan. 01 Cow bayou. limited proolems, and work for
om security area Sunday The area offered has been n their Pract,cal solution,” Eden
School Plan Bid for Limited
Is Due Study fcKSil?
Data on Tuesday's
By Stanley Johnson
................ PARIS, Nov. 12 (AP)—
area putn presented by tne linage Britain's Foreign Secretary
The Proposition . . .
To decide whether the Con-
stitution of the State of Texas
to vote in Tuesday’s special
election on five proposed
By Roman Jinlinez
BUENOS AIRES, Nov.
(AP) — Argentina has „
. turned President Juan D. shaH be amended as follows: .........„ ....
City scnool distnct wnereoy Antnony Eden called on tne peron to another six years of To authorize a statewide amendments to the state con-
some f>u to <0 acres of land is oi- Russians today to put aside power in a record-tweaking system of retirement and dis- stitution but indications today
to the Orangefield district major world issues tempo- election which gave him a tnump- ability pensions for county ap- were that far less than that num
ing majority over his main oppo-
Peron’s chief opponents, the - ... .. ..
Radical party, conceded his over- fun^ ^ securities other than fed-
g victory on the basis of oral, ^state and some city bonds,
An estimated 6000 persons Moore protested vigorously. The
in Orange county are eligible two attorneys went into consulta-
BEAUMONT. Nov. 12 (Spl)—Orange politics may ptanr an
important part in the defense of four Orange police officers
charged in federal court with violation of the civil rights of
a Negro. Defense Attorney Percy Foreman of Houston asked
prospective jurors if they had been in any way concocted
with Orange municipal poli-
tics during the past two
years. His questioning came as
the jurors were being selected
in the trial in federal court
here today of Orange Police Chief
Alvin Keown, Assistant Chief
Henry Stanfield, and Patrolmen
O. A. Folsom and George Powell.
As Foreman began his question-
ing Federal Attorney Warren
pointive officers and employes. ber will take the trouble to go to
2. To permit investment of the the polls,
permanent University of Texas
government figures and
3. To authorize a maximum tax
Efforts by two women’s organi-
zations, the Provisional League of
Women Voters and the Business
tion with Federal Judge Joe
Sheehy, at which time Foreman
told The Leader he wanted to ask
if any of the jurors knew Varreece
Berry whom he said had hopes of
being police chief.
Asked About Contributions
He said he also wanted to ask
if any of the jurors had contri-
buted func}s for the investigation
:::: z Srs is?®
ed negotiators admitted the transfers. , declared. _
lay violation and promised _ ... Eden s speech, his first In the
he U. N. command denied the when parents’
id charge and said the leaf-
The controversy began in July
propei ty owners
and residents of tne area peti-
nmy "have~ been blow ‘into |‘one? the county scnool board to
security area by the wind. transfer some 1537 acres of land
Winnington also insisted that ° JJWflokl distnct from
remained the orux of the thc Br,d«e c,ty dlstr,ct
cease-fire issue, although But Bridge City objected be-
commasd has dropped cause, they said, the loss of such
insistence on Red withdrawal a tract (including valuable oil
that former site of the truce properties) would place a serious
;s. economic handicap on the Bridge
Strong Words Used City district.
Maj. Gen. * Henry I. Hodes, The county board rejected the
lirman of the two-member U. petition, but invited a new one
command subcommittee, fr0m tne parents which would in-
inced no words in telling the cluue a smaller area, yet cover all
immunist negotiators: families wno had cniidren in the
“You intend to establish a pre- Orangefield school,
ptlve demarcation line and
litarised zone, which will
lease you of any necessity to
U. N. since the founding confer-
ence at San Francisco in 1945.
was notable for its mild tone
and lack of attacks on the Rus-
He urged all U. N. members—
including the Soviet Union — to
work front the small issues to the
With about one-third of the
votes counted, the Interior minis-
try announced early today that
Peron had a total of 1,503,161
votes to 719,253 for Dr. Ricardo
Balbin, Radical party candidate.
The pro - government press
hailed Peron’s victory as a vote
of confidence by the people. It
said his final majority will be
bigger than in his first election
in 1946, when he polled 55 per
of property in rural fire preven-
tion districts to provide equipment
and personnel for'fire fighting.
4. To permit the amount of
bonds the state can issue for aid-
ing veterans, to buy farms and
ranches to be raised from $25 mil-
lion to $100 million. ,
5. * increase the state welfare fsRr uT/ ? gh. conce™ lo assui;c 'r,,lt.n ,,aa acuvf >n onngmi
program ceiling from $35 million thc -nd ot n- turnout they want, the death of Dorsey to the atten
to $42 million annually.
By Keith Fuller
LAKE CHARLES, La., Nov.
12 (AP)—Five Lake Charles
newsmen pleaded innocent
today to charges of defaming
16 public officials and three
gamblers in a crusade against
Kenneth L. Dixon, managing
editor of the Lake Charles Amer-
ican Press, was the first of the
newsmen to be arraigned. He
pleaded innocent to charges of
of the alleged violation of civil
and Professional Women’s club, rights in which Levi Dorsey was
to drum up interest in the elec- said to have been beaten,
tion probably will bring a better Foreman said he specifically
turnbut in this county than will wanted to mention the name of
be experienced in- most of the rest the National Association for the
of the state. , Advancement of Colored People defaming District Attorney Grjf-
But the women have found which he said had been active in fb* 'f- Hawkins, Assistant District
voter interest at a low ebb and investigation of the incident. Attorney Melvin Wetherill, and
have had a difficult job trying to He said it was this organization members of the Parish police
to assure which had been active in bringing jur>V the parish governing body.
______ The'Indictment against Dixon
Two Actively Supported tion of the courts. He likewise said
Only two of the proposed con- that municipal politics had “played
stitutional changes have been ac- a major part.”
tively supported in this county. "These politicians,” he said,
One of these would give the “had felt that if Keown and the
was based on an editorial eol-
um titled “Legal Double
Dixon, Publisher Thomas Shear-
man, Co-publisher William Hugh
In the second petition people
seeking the transfer scaled aown
the acreage to about 400, but still
great “with real good will. **“»• , , j , , . 4U , Each voter’s ballot will have
Backing up U. S. Secretary of Radical leaders declared that sections beginning “FOR” and
State Dean Acheson’s policy women, voting for the first time “AGAINST” each of the above
statement last week on every in an Argentine general election, propose<j amendments
point, Eden cited the British- were the main instrument in the _
French-American disarmanrnent Peron victory. u *. \r *
proposals as one example of how The opposition claimed there now tu v Ole • • •
the East-West disputants could had been some irregularities in The voter will express his pre-
work from the small issues to the the vote counting. They said that, ference by marking through all
large according to their own count, at the wording following the “FOR” can issue to finance land pur- not paneled to return to the court- Pleaded innocent to
“We suggest,” he declared, that least five and possibly seven of or “AGAINST” to which he is op- r h”c'”' ~ ' --- * ' ' ---
disarmament “should begin with their candidates won congres- posed and leaving unmarked the
the less important categories of sional seats in the capital, which portion he favors. (Ballots marked
armed forces and armaments, then sends 30 deputies to Congress. with a check mark, “X” or by
board of regents at the University assistant police chief were out of Shearman, and Reporter Carter
of Texas authority to invest per- the way Berry, who was next in George, all pleaded innocent to
manent funds in private securities line, would then have been made eharges in another Indictment al-
bearing a higher rate of interest chief.” leging they defamed three cou-
than the public securities to which Judge Sheehy indicated in Massed gamblers, Sam Smith,
they are now limited. The other scheduling his docket for the week Claude Williams, and E. J. Mill-
would authorize an increase in the that this trial may come to an er-
amount of bonds which the state end Wednesday. He asked jurors City Editor James Norton
to finance land pur- not paneled to return to the court- Pleaded innocent to charges of
chases by veterans. room Thursday at 0:30 a. m. defaming Sheriff Henry Reid in
Both Also Opposed Jurors Selected an article criticizing the sheriff
Nearly all University of Texas A 12-man jury, selected shortly for withholding records. '
and Texas A and M ex-students before noon, consisted of these The article said it was im-
W 2ImT~thp~inin- items"of the tne atrea^ 10 aDout auu» but stui move on to those that are more There were no otner opposition any other means are considered arc lup thumping for the invest- men: L. E. Currie, J. L. Dean, and Poeeible to tell who was in thc
3 with snood covered tn« samc °H properties, important and secret, and there- complaints”bf irregularities, but “mutiliated” and not counted in ment amendment The county’s M»ck J. Thomas, all of Port Ar- Parish jail or how lour they
l and oauitv 8 therefore Bridge City still ob- forc more difficult to handle. Radical leaders reiterated Texas elections.) two state lawmakers, Sen. Jep S. th«r; Elmer Satterwhite, Silsbee had been there.
1 1‘Vmi wnnt to Publish •. snur jected- The county board tabled “The sooner we can agree on charges that the Peronistas de- - Fuller and Rep. Ed O. Nimitz J. Maxwell Teare, Beaumont; Fer- Tbe newspapermen, all with
WhoCanVole* • • '“Vf ,Se ve”r,“»c-
-v=-= sa. s s-jaa- - * * i^ss^ssr - ^ ^
"j fprpnrp ** ar-t “
The Bridge City school district
then maae a house-to-house sur-
vey of the area arfrT came up with
a plan wherfby they are willing
to transfer to the Orangefield dis-
trict some 60 or 70 acres which
includes all but one family whose
V. S. EIGHTH—ARMY HEAD- 8“*nd “*
QUARTERS. Korci, Nov. 1! (API
Allies Seize Two
Heights frooi Reds
Eden apptkled to Soviet For-' paigning facilities,
elm Minister Andrei Vishinsky Report* by the Interior min-
istry and the information un-
der-secretariat gave no hint of
the way the congressional elec-
tions were going. They also
omitted the number of votes
cast for the Communists, So-
cialists, Conservatives and other
ln'id proposal. Both propositions Myers, Silsbee; Andy Kyle, Li- —this Southwest Louisiana city’s
, Any citizen of Texas who has a have powerful foes in the county berty; Frank Sykes, Burkeville- onJy daily, were indicted AUg. 27
1950 poll tax receipt or is exempt but the opposition has been neither Archie Kelley, Newton; Michael at *be peak of a campaign for
to reoonsidef his scornful re-
jection of tlut Western propos-
als. The Russian had submitted,
instead, his own disarmament
plan calling for a world arms
Eden also urged, as Acheson
had before him, that agreement
from payment of poll tax by rea- organized nor publicly outspoken. Sidoric, Colmesnell; Hardy Dur- enforcement of state anti-gam-
son of age or disability. Evidence Information voters will need to din, Jasper, and Harry L Me- bling Igws in their parish (coun-
of exemption must be presented participate in the election, which Gutre of Liberty. AH are white ty). .......
to the election judge at the time will be held from 8 a. m. to 7 p. m. men. They were called up for ar-
of voting, is contained in the adjoining The list of witnesses summoned iaignment Oct. 15, but were
- column. v, • - - •
Where to Vote . . .
—Allied troops today seized two
area also includes
which prefers, *o sen
mjle transfer be accepted and the two
The Eighth army said the at- be allowed to send their
tack began at dawn, and both children to the district of their
hills were secured by 1, p. m. The choice under the transfer plan.
Allied infantrymen ran into light Today a spokesman from Bridge
to moderate fire from a Commu- City said, “Now we will find out son, member of the state board of
nist platoon on each peak. whether they are after children the Texas League of Women
Kumsong is an old Red supply or alter oil property.” Voters, will conduct an all-day
t Speeches ordered his followers to If that num5er is;
vote for the full roster of Peron-
(See 3, Page 2)
By Voters' League Longtime Liens
Will Be Honored
Each poll tax receipt or exemp-
Peron 'in one of his pre-election om the lffi
by state and defense was lengthy, granted a delay when they filed
The prosecution summoned Es- motions questioning the right of
sie Blake. DeRidder, La.; Clayton Judge CoOke — subbing on the
Brooks. Charles J. Broussard, Earl bench for Lake Charles Judge
Cooper, Charles Cottle Jack Pis- Mark Pickrel who is ill—to try
muke, James Gaten, Idabei Has- their cases.
sell, W. F. Henderson, Ju ius L The newsmen als6 challenged
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Johnson, Elroy Lee, Frank Martin, the right of Assistant Attorney
Benoit East, 72, of Hackberry, Barney Perkins, Lela Smith, Os- General M. E. (Mike) CulHgan to
ville; 4, Bancroft; 5. West Oranae If " sistor oi Pierre Benolt of car J- Smith- Elbert Sparks, prosecute them. '\£r
school: fi OmncrofiniH S-T 9ranSe- were to be held today at Charles Turner, and Garrette Vil- Judge Cocke both mottoes and
Dies in Louisiana
Mrs. Joseph Mares of Dickin-
Du^an CW^sng8fi Dotv th9°°knp ^ p m' at the Hackberry Catholic lery, all of Orange; Leroy, Letha the state supreme court ritfused
------ 10, North Vidor;’ 11, An- v ^ WUh the ReV' "--------- u-"~- ^----
school; 12, Knights of Co- thee*
It base. 30 miles north of the 38th
Patrols clashed sharply south-
wbst and southeast Of Kumsong
The plan which
The Bridge City district has a
cheaper tax rate, almost three
Bridge City program conference at the
but one oil of Mrs. Geza Gaspar, 4 Eads ave-
fCtuelii n0t^hi times as many students, and much
east of the shell-tom central leSE valuation than the Orange-
begin at 10 a. m. and continue
until 3 p. m.
This is one of a series of such
conferences which are
simultaneously in 14 states. It is
designed to mobilize the full
strength of the leagues through-
out the nation, according to Mrs.
—----------- P. S. Buckley, president of the
planes flew only six sorties, FmgsrflPlirv I finninfl Orange Provisional league,
ew low for any 24-hour period b-lllC* tJCMVJ i-Uiiumy Discussion at the coni
stationed at an Army post
in the State of Washington, and a
Dr. Richmond of the U. S. Navy
at San Diego.
Witnesses summoned for the de-
front town was driven back by
heavy mortar and artillery fire.
Heavy clouds and dense fog _ . _ _
kept moat planes on the ground CAP Officer Makes
* Monday. The Fifth air force said mUW5
since the outbreak of war.
Forest; 10, North Vidor; 11 An- u ,the Rev' Eu*ene and Helen Dorsey, all of B
___ derson school; 12, Knights of Co- Xei ard officiating. Burial was in mont; Richard Lester, with
VIII W IIVIIVIOTI lumbus hall, 405 Ninth; 13, Oak twC .cer!?,etery adJacent to the Navy at
The Orange Lions club will wel- Tree inn on Du Pont drive in , urch. Hixson funeral home was monel, st
come three new "Monarchy”— Cove; 14, Carr junior high school- lnarg„ ^*e arrangements. 1_
men who have been in Lionism 15, Texla; 16, Bridge City school- ,Mrs- Henoit, a member of a
Th„rcHo» Th. will tor 10 years—at its regular bi- 18, Riverside rental office; 19’ pionaer pal^ieu family, died
^ T?* weekly meeting in the Holland Navy Park community center, Sonday at 7:20 a. m. at the home
hotel today at 7:30 p. m. Sixth and Knox; 20, at Pentecostal 2. her daughter, Mrs. C. H.
The meeting also will pay tri- church on Bilbo street in Brown- *trom?r ol Hackberry. She was
!es or suen jjUte to 20 men who already wear wood; 21, Little Cypress school- „ rn in Creole and had lived in
. .l^8 « ^ the Monarch pin. Also to be hon- 22, Pine Grove fire station- 23* BacJtberry for about 20 years.
ored are seven active charter Winfree; 24, South Vidor. ’ ’ . r husband was actiVe in the
members of Lions clubs.
International Counselor Joe J.
Fisher, Jasper attorney and for-
mer governor of Lions District
2S1, will be principal speaker.
The new Monarchs are Leroy
to review his ruling.
Dies Early Today
a of Mr. attiiMrs.
Jr., of IM F-ast
(See 2, Page 2)
Burma Court Acquits
Dr. Gordon Seagrave
Voters Refuse Pay
Hike; Cops Angry
YONKERS, N. Y, Nov. 12 (AP)
part’^The'tmS o’fany^iWl ^ague^’todly^use^of leLgu^ pro- RoS MemfcS^hoMready^ad
three-year-old son of Mr.
N. L. Boudreaux
Park, died today at 7:45 a.». at a
local hospital after a long fflbiess
from a chronic kidney disorder.
Rosary will be recited Tuesday
at 7 p. m. at the Claybar Append
home and funeral services ami be
held Wednesday at 9 a. ui. «t St.
Mary's Catholic church with the
Homemaking and home appli- Rev. Milam Kleas, associate ®as-
St. Mary’s and the «ev.
Orange’s first annual in- George Rhein of Huntsville, of-
Fair to Feature
growing emphasis in recent years carter, George Craft, Alonzo conve^tion“hv‘»
through voters service and infor- Craft, Russell Fleig, A. P. Fuller, ■ nve..tion by a mgh court.
his fuel supply became mation campaigns.
‘'J J ’ “ For 31 years the league
good use by an Orange CAP of-
-Embattled Yonkers midente unexpectedly exhausted during a
.threatened today to seek a pay re- Practice nwneuver, Lt. Col. S. R.
duction for their policemen if the Davis, made a dead stick emerg-
Offlcers conUnue handing out Ending from 2200 feet onto
traffic tickets at the current pace, f atJip ®f Ba‘land nea'
The summonses multiplied after Maunceville highway north of
I the voters last Tuesday turned Orange. memoersmp 01 more uian mu.uou. cnaner memDers are
down a $500-a-year pay boost for After refueling, the plane was Decisions made by local league Bums, Lausen Cox, Dan Cable,
• the patrolmen. On Monday and turned over to A. G. Vanaman, board members in conferences H. S. Peterson, R. C. Terry, M. A.
election day 73 tickets were is- local CAP commander, who took throughout the country will help West and B. D. Flickinger Sr. All
sued, but on Wednesday and it off and returned it to Brown- to determine the emphasis of the but Flickinger, who' started in
Air field without incident. league program on action in the Lionism at Groves, were in the
Davis is area CAP commander, years ahead. Orange club from the beginning.
shrimping industry until his death
Survivors are seven sons, Philo
East, EursineEast, Ambrose East,
Ramie East, Pierre East and Gros-
RANGQON, Burma, Nov. 12 Febx^st of Retries* ont anX’wfll^one^ ^atotoal u?‘.t
^quitted “Buri Seon”C°Drt dau*hter- M«- Stromer of Hack- tures at Orange’s fitst annual in- George .
Burma burgeon Dr. be,.,--. eisht brothers A Benoit dustrial fair and exposition when ficiating.
in«r<iOI!ohl,iS1a^iave todaF of aid- and Jack Benoit of Creole Pierre lt °Pens Nov- 21 at 1106 Green Thc body will be taken over-
g a rebel leader, and .set aside Benoit f Orance Joe Benoit of avenue under sponsorship of thc land to Huntsville for burial
ivention by a mgh court. Beaumont oSBto b2S? ol local chamber of commerce. Wednesday afternoon.
O C Gammaer W B Hilliard , '-‘arber appeal court already TenninCo ’r, nesire Renoit of A number of the new appli- Besides the parents, he is sur-
For 31 years the league has Frank W. Hustm’yre.Bert Hauver’, muti^Ws^entenre to'th7 C°m' Lake ArthS?," La° and Aramiine be,sef" on display for vived byone brother. Arthur Bou-
been working toward its purpose Elmer Newman, Marion North, k' A*. ^ sf,'fen Benoit of Cameron, La.; two sis- thc,ffrst tUTie in °range at the ex* grandparenU^Mr. and
to encourage greater citizen par- Clarence Parkhurst Bill Strinser * • 1 c? e ~er\ ed while awaiting ters Mrs Belmn nf prnnin position. Mrs. N. L. Boudreaux Sr. of
ticipation in government. The Howard Turner, Wpavpr’ *,ia *^Seagrave sought reversal of nn^’ i Another feature at the fair will Huntsville and Mr. and Mrs. y. J.
league is now organized in
states, Ala ski and Hawaii, with
membership of more than 100,000,
The Howard Turner Lewi* Weaver II * —auugm reversal oi nnH Mr_ , t Anoiner ieaiure ax me iair win nunuivuie ana mr. ana mrs. r.
,«”z“iss wK jr*!-«Ki r^*d*or
’ooo* HSSerW0^.ai,rSTT: nmu,le the tribesmen oi TOrth There wUl te ImiiiiSn DAMAGE RITE BEGINS
Durma. * * ***• 4 * 1 * * *■ * ■* — -
Lack of Over-All Air Buildup Decried
Thursday the number jumped to
'* Now some Yonkers residents
suggest a new referendum on po-
licemen’s pay—this time a vote to
repeal a $500 raise voted two
♦in Bridgeport, °Conm8 are^nves- MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 12 (/P) trying to do, ln the event that un- that can fight in the blackness of
tigating to find out the reasons —Secretary of the Air Force Fin- happily we should be attacked, is night or storm. He recalled that
for the reported zeal among traf- letter deplored today what he Laid to strike at the very heart of this the knockdown of five per cent
fle cops. , was “the fashion at the moment attack and tp see to it that the of a bomber force during World
Like Yonkers, Bridgeport driv- to lay less than the proper em- attack is stopped at the earliest War II was considered reasonably
*Rra reportedly have been suffer- Pbasis on the importance” of possible moment. good, but that any such score
In* from “ticketitis” since voters strategic bomber forces to attack “Nothing other than strategic would be inadequate against
turned down a proposed pay boost enemy air bases and industrial air will do this. Victory on the planes carrying atomic bombs.
Tuesday. production centers. * battlefield is a victory on the “I must make it clear,” Finlet-
I— ■ In an address delivered at an battlefield and it has to be fol- ter said, “that defenses of this
1 m , , ... . I Armistice day ceremony here, lowed by other victories on the sort are not going to be adequate.
TOClCV S Weather Finletter said: battlefield. But only by striking I want to hold out rib false hopes
I - / ■ I “I want to make it entirely at the heart of the modern Indus- about the effect of a purely pas-
—b*u •fr*n,.y,.tg'.nd*cTnify*”*uiudr clear that in my opinion it is not trial -net and at the direct sources sive defense of this knid. We are
- — **-*-----*— ----- of the enemy’s air attack can we going to try to improve them, but
have any hjpe whatsoever of I want it clear that we may not
achieving a i ipid end to any war be able to improve them any-
which might happen.” thing like as much as we would
The air secretary cautioned like to.”
that there is no absolute defense The best defense, he argued, is
against enemy a:r attacks, even to strike at an enemy and knock
though special efforts have been out his capacity to fly his bomb-
put into developing radar, guided -ers, to “strike at the nest as well
missiles and interceptor places (a the birds.’*’
No Motter What
NEW YORK (IP)—The National of “the latest” in television sets, Attorneys were choosing a jury
Committee for Mental Hygiene heating equipment, building ma- in Judge F. W. Hustrriyre’s 128th
was told here recently that adults tcrials, home furnishings, home district court today to hear a case
read 60 per cent of the 50 million appliances, ceramics, shop tools R. H. Bush has filed against
comic books sold monthly in the and food products. Entertainment American Home Fire Insurance
will be furnished nightly.
Increase in Navy Air Power to Include
Bigger and Better Planes and Carriers
far using heavier aircraft and
Persona driving along Da Font
drive Sunday morning were high-
ly amused by the sight of a be-
draggled kitten in front of a feed
a* portly cloudy tonight. Tuuday. paruy right for this country to have
• ^Mtidy and continued mild. Loweat tern- anything less than the most deva-
jwrature tonight, 80 to *6 degree*; hlgheet
Monday. 14 to T7 degree*. Southerly Stating
ie to is mile* per hoar tonight which we are capable.
air counteroffensive of
and 19 to SS miles per hour Tuesday.
Tuasday s tide*: Bablne-hlgh at 1:3*
a. m. and S;M p. m.; loo at t:SS a. m.
and 7:13 p. m. Bolivar—high at 1:53 a. m.
mod 4:4ft p. m.- loo at 8:08 a. m. and
10:44 p. m.
Sua rise* Tuesday «t 1:30 a. m. and
Otto sat p. m, Nd
“We must not be misled by
improvements in other-parts of
our air job, such as tactical air
(aviation for the support of
ground troops), to lose sight of
the fact that thc thing v/e arc
By Elton C. Fay
Associated Press Military the longer-range jet fighters even store hungrily stalking a flock of
. Affairs Reporter before hew carriers are in the pigeons, every one of them a
WASHINGTON, Nov. 12 (AP) fleet. good bit larger than the kitty. He
— The substantial increase in Air Strength Increased never did catch one but managed
naval air strength recommended Naval air strength has expand- to scare several badly enough to
by the Joint Chiefs of Staff will ed sharply since the start of the make them fly off and finally,
include not only more but bigger, Korean war when there were apparently satisfied with his
harder-hitting planes flying off only nine air groups and 20 pa- show of ferocity, hoisted his taU
the decks of new or modernized trol squadrons, most of them well and stalked proudly away,
carriers. • below authorized strength in air- Ted Coorey Ih* newest employee
This picture emerged today out craft. of the Leader’s advertising de-
of a discussion with naval airmen A recent tally showed 14 air partment, who attended tbe Tex-
about the Navy’s project to build groups and 34 patrol squadrons. as-Baylor football game Satur-
an ultra-modern, flush-deck car- (A group averages about 105 day along with Publisher James
rier and the planes that will be planes now; a squadron about' B. Quigley and a lot of other Qr-
ready for her when she is finish- nine aircraft) In addition, there ange men who traveled In # char-
ed in late 1953 or 1954. are an unspecified number of tered bus, must have done the
* Meanwhile, the continued pro- composite squadrons and photo- yelling for all of them. He could
gram of rebuilding flight decks, graphic and utility plane units. hardly speak above 4 whisper
elevators, hangar facilities and 'Die contract for the new car- this morning. _
other topside equipment of exist- Tuesday New. IS an our UriL
ing carriers will make them ready (See 1, Page 2) . £ay calendar is blank,
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 48, No. 268, Ed. 1 Monday, November 12, 1951, newspaper, November 12, 1951; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558212/m1/1/: accessed February 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.