The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, November 26, 1954 Page: 3 of 10
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THE ORANGE LEADER PAGE THREE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26,
objects are some kind of new se-
cret weapon belna tried out b|j>
various countries. If this is so. then’]
we say: Try your weapons wher-
ever you please but l^eep out of j
Asia in general and Iran in pur-J
ticuiar. PLEASE! We’ve go|j
enough troubles already 7]
Iron Hot Troubles Enough
Without Flying Saucer Report
TEHRAN (AP) — Reports of
“Flying Saucers’’ in and near
Iran’s capital brought this plea
from ' Tehran’s,. English-language
Tehran Journal: •
"One version is that the flying
StcSS Out of the Rag Bag
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. A .1 • • I .1
And Under the Tree
(Continued from Page 1)
courthouse and jail by the commis- j
sioners court, were considered and]
rejected in a meeting on Feb. 4, |
Finally on March 15, a contract ]
was awarded to M. A. McKnight |
and F, W. Robinson to build the j
old Courthouse on a low bid of 1
$28,300. The only other bid was en- 1
tered by W. S. Donnahey at $29,-
Bond Issue Fassed <
A $33,500 bond issue also was
authorized to pay for the cost. This
figure included $30,000'Jor court- |
house construction expenses and ■
$3,500 for repairs to the county |
jail. . ■
After ithe fire in April, commis-
sioners met the following day to i
provide temporary housing for va- ;
rious offices. It was also stipulated |
that the new courthouse should be j
erected as neat.as possible on the |
At that time the District Court, |
starting a term on April 18 went j
in the Opera House, now no longer)
in existence across the street, at
a rental of $100. A building on :
Main street was rented for county]
Commissioners’ minute records!
also instructed the sheriff to em-
ploy a carpenter to put a roof over ]
j' the vault, all that remained from
i the fire, to protect it from the rain,
j During that month $36 fas paid to ]
Jim Crane for guarding this same
Following completion of the:
courthouse, which tfommissloners j
designated to be made'of brick and <.
fire-proof, all county clerk pecotds ]
were locked up in the vault night- j
ly. No more than two record books ;
were brought out a) any time, ac- |
cording to Mitchel).
rtailinent in construction j The building, to !><’ torn down by.
• outdoor activities- j J. 11 Specter & Sons, local wreck-
-------- jng company, gliay eliminate a l
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‘The U S. government has al-
ready laid the groundwork for
delivering a stiff protest to Peip-
ing through its representatives in
Geneva, Switzerland—the only
point' affording direct diplomatic
contact between the two govern-
Should efforts at Geneva k fail.
State Department officials were
scanning other avenues through
which they might exert pressure
on Red China short of military
action. Eisenhower has talked only
in terms of “peaceful” means.
One alternative under study was
to seek the good offices of some
government which recognizes Red
China, such as Britain or perhaps
even Russia. Another was to bring
the case before the U.N.
WARM 5% WOOL
Green is the manager of the new
Devenport’s 5 cents to $1 store
which opene don Fifth street in
Orange today. He came here
from a position with- the firm at
SOLD AS HIGH AS $4.98
• POPULAR aK
‘ (Continued from Page 1)
later substitute clerk,
— A native Orangeite. Turner is
the son of the late Arthur Turner
and Mrs. Alice Turner. He is mar-
ried and his wife, "Mrs. Mamie
Ruth (Turner, is dietitian at Or-
ange City Hospital...... .
There has been no indication
as, to when a permanent appoint-
ment will be made or, in the light
of the new development, whether
Republicans will continue to press
for a member of their own party
tor let the office go to one of the
Post Office career men on the
Jobs May Become
Scarce Next Year
(Continued from Page 1)
in so many places.
The state, through-Bombrowski,
also produced a tooth chip which
the detective said he found under
There was no testimony con-
necting the tooth chip with any in-
The coroner's office earlier had
identified two other chips—found
on. the bed with the murdered
•as belonging to the vic-
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ing the West with three problems:
1. “Their declared amoral basis
of relations between nations.”
2. Their increasing armaments.
3. Their militant promotion flt
the Communist faith “bv propa-
ganda,, infiltration and'conspiracy
within free nations.”
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Eighteen bottles of beer believed
to be about 250 years old have
washed ashore here in the past
Ivor Noel-Huline, an archaeol-
ogist, fixed the approximate age
of the brewr by examining the old
handmade bottles. They were of
a type used 2% centuries ago.
• The beer-is believed to have
come from an ancient wreck fi-
nally broken up by the sea.
“People who have tried it,”
Noel-Hulme reported, “say It is
He said this is the first time in ! the millwrigfhfs, said:
8,000 years of human history that “They spotted the man who
a group has arisen which seeks to slugged the rigger and four or five
set aside Divine faith and replace jumped him. We came to his aid
it with “Red atheism.” ] and the battle started.”
Such infiltration can be met ... '—: I ; TfC.
“only by moral and spiritual re- j Residents or Russia, Ohio
sistance.” Hoover asserted and the Do Not Plan to Change Name
first bastion is religious faith, be! RUSSIA, Ohio (AP)—This town
it Christian, Jewish or Moslem. ] of 250 got its name from one of
“Freedom does not come like the original settlers who. legend
manna from Heaven,” he said. says, had taken part in the Franco-
“It must be cultivated from Russian wars. He thought the area
rocky soil with infinite patience.” looked like Russia and the name
To bolster resistance to comfnu- stayed with the town,
nism “our governments must find Russia has the only postoffice
solution to many social ills which in the United States by that name,
prepare the soil for- its evil; and residents, most of them French
growth.” | descendants, say they have no in-
Peaceful use of atomic energy ! tention of changing ti. “We’re all
., —.. ------■< tention of changing it. "We’re all
Marie K. Simon. Russia’s post-
mistress. “and the name doesn’t
bother us except w'hen we travel
and people ask where we are
The Boston .Bruins were the
first United States team in the
National Hockey League. They
entered in 1924.
How often do you Juut atop nnd look
•round you ■! home and realise how
badly some apnta need painting?
Other* m*y notlre IA before you do.
ORANGE SUPPLY CO.
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Attacked by Reds
Fondling Case Set
For Trial Monday
A fondling charge against Ivan
Coward of Lakeview is scheduled
to come for a hearing in District
Court Monday, Court officials said
The charge against Coward, ac-
cording to the indictment, occurred
on Oct. 2 in the Lakeview area.
All records of a physical examina-
tion and tests made on a bathing
suit worn by the girl named have
been requested by the defense at-
torney, Charles (Bradford.
In addition to the criminal case,
hearings are scheduled to begin
in seven civil suits filed to recover
property or damages in accidents.
They include B. C. Hamraon vs.
John D. Todd, Agnes* V. Cuasa-
mano vs, Fulton Thibodeaux, Bu-
ford Wall and others vs. Vidor
Lumber Co.. Dubran vs. Tennison.
Morris D. Ramsey vs. Tom Eddy,
Adam Mclntire vs. Employers In-
surance Assn., and Ernest H. Scar-
borough vs. National Auto and
Casualty. Insurance Co.
ptu iv uii, vuiiatiuLiiuii or ine
500,000 Orange Memorial Hospital,
went to Houston today to confer
with officials of the Thad Dederick
Various details of construction
will be discussed with executives
of the company which was award-
ed the contract for hospital con-
struction. The 11-acre site has
been cleared and graded and pre-
liminary site survey work is un-
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TAIPEH, Formosa (AP)—Chi-
nese Reds reportedly sent an as-
sault force against a tiny Nation-
alist outpost in the Formosa Strait
today, but there were conflicting
reports on whether they actually
attempted a landing.
The Nationalist Defense Minis-
try at first announced the Reds
landed al Wuchiu Island and were
driven off after many Communist
soldiers were captured.
Later the ministry issued a com-
munique saying the Reds ap-
proached the island from three
directions and were “repulsed" by
Nationalist defenders and war-
planes. The communique made no
Nationalists defendenrs and war-
reference to a landing, or to the
The communique said the Com-
munists converged on Wuchiu
from three directions in five, gun-
boats and “quite a few junks” at
1:06 a.m. and were repulsed
around 4 a.m. It said the Nation-
alist air force sank five Red mo-
torized boats and a number of
junks about 8 a.m.
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$92,000 in Loot
LONDON (AP) — The Soviet
Union, which recently has soft-
pedaled its long campaign against
religion, today announced the res-
toration (ft a noted Catholic church
in the Ukrainian city of Lvov
which was damaged by a World
War II German bomb.
A Moscow radio broadcast Iden-
tified the structure as the Church
of Mary Magdalene, “ a monument
of 47th century architecture.”
The broadcast said:
"This restoration work was done
by the parishioners with the as-
sistance of the city architectural
board. Religious services have
been resumed.” /
WEST ORANGEr N.,T. (AP) —
Police last night reported the theft
of $92,000 in jewelry from the
home of wealthy manufacturer
The loot jolice said, was taken
from a small wall safe in a bed-
room closet by thieves who may
have telephoned the home before
they broke in through a window.
The theft first became known
through a 13-state alarm sent out
yesterday by West Orange police
but actually was committed last
Friday night. Details of the crime
were withheld at first by local of-
DeSiderio and- his family had
been out of the 15-room house
when the thieves forced a window
on a rear porch.
. The wall safe alone was dis-
turbed in the big house. It was
torn from the wall and chiseled
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Browning, J. Cullen. The Orange Leader (Orange, Tex.), Vol. 52, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, November 26, 1954, newspaper, November 26, 1954; Orange, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth558894/m1/3/: accessed October 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lamar State College – Orange.