The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 109, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 5, 1954 Page: 3 of 12
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Nominees Listed ~tgitq.A”To,n^ow Two Navy Bids Let Bargaining Vote
Request Is Heard
PORT ARTHUR (AP)-The re-
quest of a striking CIO union to
cancel its petition fffitoeliective
By Vinton Legion
seph’s Catholic Church in Rayne.
La. tomorrow at 9 a. m, for Ga-
briel Servat. 59. who died in his
VINTON, La. (Spl.)—Nomina-
tions, for officers for the Ameri-
can Legionu Post 208 were an-
nounced by Joe Bonsall, retiring
’ -commander. i ,
Nominees are Ed Guillory f6r of Bridze Cltv"
Commander. Chester Peitron for , Burial will be in Ravne Certe-
adjutant, LeroJ -Patin for vice terY under direction of Howard
v | PerridOn Funeral Home of Ravnp.
Survivors include his wife.
For Resident of Rayne
BRIDGE CITY (Sol)—Funeral
To Better Facilities
Bids totaling *30.119 for. je-
Dlacement of dock installations
. .. .. ,,and for better fire protection fa-
h2SL-er?«oster1?y ,he ciliUes at the Orange Naval Sta-
"T0*** °'^?.rs- Jules Thibodeaux tion have been awarded by the
comfhander; M. B. Johnson for
second vice. Fred Dayby for ser-
geant-at-arms. Floyd Kimball for
finance officer, Jake Hanna for
;chaplain. Shay Mooney for ser-
vice officer and Howard English
for historian. i
The next regular meeting will
be June 7 at 7:30 pm. in the
Monday night. Legion members
heard a talk by Joe Lee on the
possibility of incorporating the
mother, two sisters apd one broth-
er- ; -
Ad From Beaumont
Eighth Naval_ District At New Or-
leans, the Navy announced today.
Delta Equipment and Construc-
tion Co. of Baton -Rouge was
awarded a $13,994 contract, to re-
place timber chock blockjng. tim-
ber waling. 17 treited fender piles
of 65-foot length and 24 treated
fender piles of 55-foot length. 1
The other contract went to Ro-
bira I 4 Thurber Development
Corp. of Lake Charles for *14.125.
The work -includes four steel
0l fire escapes, additional automatic
bers of the Merchants and Greater! "‘^u' valves- pus* .inaica- , ££ ^g^vl^d Monday^ight<tion at Geneva, the Presidentahso
Value pay Committees of the Or- '™nva‘ve„ ■"d n.*7 ^ V^ton^y ^lkeman &rov declared:
anee Chamber of Commerce yes- ,ar'"!Jnrla*or boardl tbree LeRouef P y "The fact that such an organira-
bovs'r^^int^Hieh^rhnnl'tn ane* unamoer or Commerce ves-
X io7th.X STPSS.ZJS'SrZZ’SS:"' ■»<■- -
home, and will furnish soft drinks RWe pay.for our advertising In — /■*
for a private party May 21 for 1 this directory.” he said, "then we lyGCrCQUOll VJiOUD
"u 1 l- rented. A Day again about $35 or *40 for one % */• 1i ii lT .
of the directories when they arc Will MG6i I OQQy
bargaining elections-at eight-chain
stores here is under advisement
Representatives of Local CIO
Industrial Union 1814 yesterday
made the. request at a brief he*r-»
ing before a National Labor Rela-
tions Board representative.
The union Spokesman said they
Wanted the elections called off be-
cause the stores have hired “per-
manent replacement” employes
who would vote down the LIU as
a bargaining agent. ,4_.
Officer Recover* >
(Contlnued from Page 11
which the home is
special meeting is to-be called to
discuss plans for a public barbe-
cue, probably in Juno.
(Continued from-Page- 1)
queries that he termed the
published. i ■. ...
-it i* a Despite illness of the chairman,
it is supposed to be a directory a r MrK’#xrvyio - *ha» .
added™- ^ BCaUm°nt-'’ he, the Pubhc Pa^ks and Ration
° ' __ , ! Commission scheduled for today
Mrs. Una Martin, manager of --- — ^
, ----- .— — ----------- at 7:30 p.m. will be held.
Martin Fashions, moved that j. McKenzie was at home today
publishers of the city directory with an eve infection but said
... ____ ____ be notified through the Orange the meeting will not be postponed
Carthy document “a perfect j Ghamber of Commerce of—fheand wili probably—be conducted :
carbon copy of pre- [ practice and that it conflicts with j by Mrs. E. C. Schofield, vice neth died 23 hours after the acci-
_______ an organiza-
Stff S5: SaSA?CSS!
Vinton, He was taken to the ! ' . '^"5,|ndochlna phase of the
parish Jail in Lake Charles by
deputy sheriffs Carroll Phillips
and Floyd Granger. Officer Le- j
Booef said the car's owner was
Charles Seward of Lake Charles
who had parked it near Stutes
Bar on Highway 171.
(Continued from Page 1>
Even while this Was going on.
President Eisenhower told his
new's conference the McCarthy -
Armv row has lost international
prestige fojr the United States. He
said he hoped the country could
derive advantages from it to off-
set this loss.
Eisenhower said too he has
every confidence in Secretary of
the Army Stevens’ administration
of the! Army department.
Stevens—nowin his 10th day
as a witness—was temporarily ex-
cused from the.stand so that Col-
lier could give his report on his
visit with Hoover.
interests of Orange merchants'.
The group approved hef pro-
! The meeting will concern the
! 525,000 proposed swimming pool
] for Negroes for which the City
Commission has earmarked oil
royalty funds. Local engineers and
representatives of the Civic Bet- j
terment League are expected to
attend and discuss plans for the
pool. Mayor Sid J. Caillavet who j
Funeral services will be held bas been investigating pool de-
in Noguess Mortuary tomorrow at j signs and costs, will also attend.
10 a. m. for Mrs. Laura McDowell.
Rite* Are Thursday
For Aged Resident
(Continued from’Page 1)
its intention to seek a charter
amendment which would permit
its city commission to annex out- i
lying property without consent of
property owners. f |
_ Date for the charter change j
election, which will also include '
the making of a decision on the;
city manager form of government, i
has not vet been set.
88. who died Monday in the home
of her daughter, Mrs. Ward Bryan,
at Bridge City.
Rev. M. C. Turpin, pastor of
First Christian Church, will be
the officiating minister, and burial
will be in Hillcrest Memorial Gar-
Mrs. McDowell was a native of
Putnam County, Mo. and a mem-
ber of First Christian' Church.
She had resided in this area for
the past eight years.
(Continued from Page 1)
an announcement to be made by
Absentee balloting in Saturday’s
Democratic primary election
closed last night with better-than-
average interest being shown. 74
ballots were cast and the city sec-
retary’s office said 12 other bal-
lots had been mailed out. j announced its month end financial TEXAS DISASTER AREAS
These 12 ballots, to be tallied statement today showing a cash! WASHINGTON (AP)—Twenty-
must have been placed in the mail j balance as of April 30 of SI 14.- two’Texas counties have been de-
before midnight last night and ; 532 97. The district had taken in clhred disaster areas bv the Small
must be received here before 1 j *1,163.35 during April and its ex-, Business Administration because
n. m. on Saturday., 1 penditures totalled $4,510.97, -of last week’s tornadoes.
CAR DISTRICT REPORTS
The Orange County Conserva-
tion Reclamation District No. 1
i announced its month end financial
Florida Rites Slated
For J. T. Kennedy
BRIDGE CITY (Spl) — Fun-
eral services will be held in West
Palm Beach, Fla. tomorrow’ for
J. T. Kennedy, 77, who died in
his home there yesterday after a
He was the brother of Mrs.
Mary Tibbets and uncle of Mrs.
Ed Breaux of Bridge City.
Survivors included his wife,
seven * children, one sister, one
brother and a number of grand-
dent in which he was injured.
Another sailor, Russell D. Johns,
was with Larson when the acci-
dent happened He suffered seri-
ous injuries too. but his condition
was not considered dangerous.
Everette was taken to City Hos-
collfeiom treatm'nt |ollowln* tbf Workers,” recieving a *25 bond.
Noguess Mortuary announced
today that services for Larson
were incomplete at present, but
will be-announced bv that mor-
tuary when completed.
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(Continued from Page 1)
yesterday the Army counsel at the
hearing objected to a Republican
James Womack won the Amerl- j
can Chemical Society award for j
being the outstanding student in;
chemistry. Opal Kellum won sec-;
ond place and $15 in ah essay con- u ‘
test sponsored by the Orange;
County Medical Assn, and Auxii-;
iary and Gerald Thomas placed !
third, winning $10.
State Homemaking degree# for!
Future Homemakers of America]
went to Wanda Bingham, Jo„ Ann!
Miss Margie Singletary ' 7^"'"’”'
HOME SERVICE ADVISOR
Cordially Invites Toy
iTo Attend Classes
of Instruction in
0M0RR0W, MAY 6th-2:00 'til 3:15 p.m.
* GULF STATES UTILITIES OFFICE
Classes to be held as follows:
Firtt and Third Thursday of Each Month 2:00 until 3:15 p.m.
DOOR PRIZES FOR ALL ATTENDING
proposal to cut the hearings short, j United Daughters of the Confed-
The President was asked j eracy gave its award for an out-!
whether in his opinion, there was •‘•nding rtudentAn American his-
any administration conflict there torv to Bobbve Godeaiix.
and if he still favored a quick con-
clusion of the investigation.
Eisenhower said it was true that
he had talked lalst week about
concluding the hearings. And. hej«i»k ch«n-« i
added with a smile more attention I !lan “
had been given at the time to his 1 **"*'“** *r *
manner in making the statement
than to what he said.
This time, the President said, be
was going to be careful about how
he looked in discussing the Me-
The President then went on to
say that in expressing the hone
the hearings woulcr be quickly
torv to Robbye Godeaux.
Other Spotlight »w»rd* In the - Orengt'
P**!” went to Aftron Higginbotham, *rt; I
Freeman Delane, boy athlete and Bclvla j
Trahan, girl athlete. Helen Turpin. In* j
strumental music; Kenneth Armatrong. |
choral mu*lc. Katherine Bmtth, rommer- |
Lockhart. rUlsenRhlp; Lll* ;
dramatic*; Peggy Behmldt, j
language art*. John TrtmMa. ti\*the- j
I mallei; Harold Appleby, Industrial art*; j
j Fretda Bplvey. vocational. Jackie Taylor, j
J homemaking; Carl Hoover, foetal *tudl**; j
' Ann McKensle. publications. Jimmy Tolar, j j
science; Barney Treadway. Undent «oun- ,
ctl; Harold (Bud* Jon**, all-round boy j
and Jean Craig, all-round girl They wer*
i outstanding students In the field* listed.
j Quill and scroll awards for outstand-
ing student* la Journaltsm went to |
j worker* on 1 the ‘TlRer »ctstche*,,‘ the
concluding he meant there should j A|“Uwr rt'2 \
be effective answers on the main; thy M»r«h, snn m. k-i.h*. Anri Mcktnnj
issues of the dispute, and par- Mirnsei O'Connor. ;
ValleybAlt lntr»mur»l Aw»Hr for «trl«;
ticipation by the principals,
Eisenhower then said he wanted
to say one more thing on the mat-
ter, and suggested he might bar
further questions on the subject.
Sneaking solemnly and with
great emphasis, the President said
his only hope now is that America
may derive from the hearings ad-
vantages which, as he put it. may
be comparable to what we have
suffered in international prestige
and injury to national self respect.
(Continued from Page t)
a fifth. In human waves they
surged against the barbed wire
barricades in a furious attempt
') to break through to the bastion's
j Rebel volunteers of death blast-
J ed the barricades with nitrogiv-
. cerine. then hurled themselves on
] the French guns with shouts of
; “Long live . Ho Chi Minh” anil
« “Death to the French."
The French, supported bv blaz-
! ing tank guns, countercharged
J with bayonets but were too great-
Dien Bien Phu Is now split tnto
two sections-—the main center
commanded directly by De Cas-
tries and the southern outpost
“Isabelle.’* whose artillery has
been a major portectidn for the
The rebels succeeded hi seizing
Tferin TRPRtTRlI hv Barbara Blllrv Jlmibla
Bingham. Joattr r,v»n» Barilla tara fora- j
man llnlaa Johnaon rilngar Kyta. Pataj
Kyaar, Joaaphlna MrCervar, Olngar Mnr-
rl» Marla Morrla. Kalla Phrlpa and Vlr-
gtlene Wllay Olrl* baakatball intra. j
mural toununcRt awarda war* to Mary ;
Ann Amtiuny Barbara Ballay. bol* Hutto, j
Barbara Ountar. Patay Kyaar. Vvor.tia (
McCabe. Josaphtna MeCaraar. atntw j
Morris, Mwrle Marrl* Jo RAChM*
Otn*er Humcry *nd Vtrfll#n* Wiley 1
Also Dennis Doggett, Buddy Kmrojirt, ,
Kagan# <;ra«n. Pic a la llaabarlln, Pott;
Pane*. Billy Hay Smith. J««** Tompklna, j
Jimmy Wood and Cortty Pockhart, man-1
agar, won tba baakatball Intramural i
award* for tha boya rharoplonahlp taam. |
Con ablation taam aaarda want to Jlar-,
old Appiaby. Harold <Bodi J»naa_ Bruca
Kanoy. Hobart McOangby. John Sandra,
Bruce Blmmon*. mwnA«Wf, Joa
V>ughr snd E»rl WrlgT*t
fjo* Ban Vaughn alao Wat Mw;
moat valuable player. Joe
w*» awarded for high tcorer and Harold!
Winfrae J |
Arrhary awarda want u. Oall Tarry tot I
_ W)-y*rd Una
‘0Out»tandmr«d r'raluman.hlp bro"lh* ’”- ‘
rational awarda In th« «totriet t»_»rook-
iyn Bunnala Strait, larhnlcal Information
and A. h Btroud. third pla». 1»f,^r“c*
fltstc awArds fo J*rry Wvfnu*riy j
for larhnlcal Information a*1'!
Identification, flrat and a«e«d >l*».'
raapectlealy, and to Parkar J"
flrat plara In IdenUIlraUoa and third
piA«« In tkUl *p*#d
Sacond placa In tha DAV aa.ar eontwt
waa won by Gerald Thomaa who ra-
calrad 110 Stata
league nawapaper eontaat *w*.r',‘‘ i
th* Uttn rlAsses And Mlchtsl O Connnr. ,
Rdll-or of th* IrAtin Club's
“E* Anlmo ” Ths |>Ap*r won tint pi*'* ;
InlerschoUitie l^sfuc district i*w*rd*:
are »* follows Dlidt rul* John BArJow. ,
first, Jimmy ToUr. second And Umsr
third; dsbAte. Ben lr*r»*
emplBcements fringing j
Isabelle in their weekend attack
but have not been able to reduce
its damaging fire power.
Bill McDonald, third: number
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Armatrong. tacondi lypawrulng. Jo Ann
Collier, fifth. ... i I
Bag lor, r] awarda want to f,«ra Jan* HI11
and Ben Iran* McDonough for third 1
plac*. debate; Lillian Beaman, aacond
placa, declamation, tamar Th-maa, g»c-i
ond allda role and Jimmy Tolar third, ;
•ltd* rule Jamaa Womack placed third In j
number aanaa and Barney Treadway
frin rth In tha lW-yard low hnrdlaa,
Third' plan* In tha mechanical draw- j
tng con teat given by the Taaa* ASM Col- (
lag* waa won by fdward Ua Haary who i
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John Barlow, Jimmy Tolar and Uamar
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DroDerty, “i Bn wilUng to sell
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is 1.384 acres for *1.384." 1
He explained that he had pur- i
chased a half acre of land within 1
100 vards-af the proposed highwav
four months ago at a cost of S2S00!
per acre,- j
. “I do not think,” ‘wrote Aubin i
hi criticism,-“tha* under the cir-
cumstances and in light of the’
prices that have been listed here-
in that by any stretch of .the ,
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 109, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 5, 1954, newspaper, May 5, 1954; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558286/m1/3/: accessed September 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.