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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 15 August 1929

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Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

OMAnm Dual Liccnii b Handicap Locally Dusty streets are not only a general nuisance. * They are also a menace to public health. 0 9* We have before us a copy of a letter written by the mayor of Waucoma, Iowa. In that city some months ago there was an infantile paralysis scare. Case Claims Theater Owner Held to Anfrle I.OS ANQKLE8, Aug ■ «. <AP)— Testimony that Eunice Frtngle. year-old dancer, wq* struggling to escape from ihe/private office of Alexander lv nt*g s as W U Oor- den. proseruttjHi witness, arrived ut the scene of the alleged attack upon her laet Friday. waa on record to- NEW OUTBREAK Physicians advised pr" the city authorities do something to get rid of the dust. This was done, and what threatened to become a se- rious epidemic was averted. f merchants can forsee a con- siders blctia-iuUc s p in their business with Louisiana chxtMSars in terri- tory adjacent to the Sabine river if the practice forcing Ttwao and Louialuna truck operator# to pfit* vide car license tor b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

MiSSii tJS!--vWTi ^ i v • .*.* wqmmmtwMarr* •"•'<!. • *t*l V •?■%$>: ,\m-% ■ . ttytivw *-r -< II M ii®c. 1 jKjSWBS ?$|gwp^'s2M.' Hiallfeir >v CHAHKKH I. (Antral # tlttn,' A* . ne HH|nb|HppHpV[ il t1>« heatest, ;V';': (lexiKDutfon tor'tt that we have ha jdtjghd we undoubtedly ar« duo $o hear it :j£ great deal tiaed J*«ic Xi ward, lihopto come to r in It alt that lt lrapUo. . I Arguments ovar the 8rooott« gw- lf y tarffl W 1 gave birth to It? whliu the roeastirp *aj pending In the. hottite of representative*. The sena- tor- who are wrestling with the bill :M how in <omnuttee, 'to rfinal. action1.^ when cdngreea reconvene* next #! ■■■ mi i.,mm1 A very tittle taction, C.-f^lndlrect Florida, hut —Jl 1 I «. but. *0 around; ,^0^4 mw tropiqu M; j tor B, Bxcept for the advantages | hiqh it« o*cwa<^'.::w|nf^,'he t*j^n eon|| va MR m&Nmmmm ;our1i to '■•.•Man I _— It fifla' tpgffittTffi The Idea It ;oml)oiilos in not ao whlab its exclusion flight be U now In committee, f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

laS t, T. Carr. & fownir clerk, who haa head 18 h«r beea in Hotteton for some time, wheys hs «u engaged la weMlnf work. ■iSi THEFLATTIXE Contlnlued from Peae Two Circles of the First churet. mot at JrtO o'clock Thursday af- ternoon. * Mra. W. L. Case was hostess to Circle One \ renue. There was a very' sood attendance of members and four visitors were present, Mrs. \V. A. i Gunning led ""^wfilch a social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Bill McDonald gave several vocal selec- tions, .accompanied on thf piano by Mrs. Bob Brent. Rev. E. A. In- gram another visitor at this meeting anil he vnv* nn Interesting talk and closed ihe meeting witji n prayer. Mrs. WaUer Terrv was also a -member of the visitors' list, Circle Two met with .Mrs. Henry Pafhar on Park avenue, with si* members and one vfallor present. The devotional wn* led by Mrs. O. C. Htrlckliuul and the Nron \yas tauirht by Mrs. M. *A. Rrnvo. A number of personal service reports' were «r|ven. The hostess nerved .punch and enke. Number...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

POmSORmis^ pr&sj! r$ V.-.-V^V' S' ■' '■••■.' ••• '-T- 'hi'S sr Held In Death ' { ll.ll 'I. ) .1 |i THE ORANGE M"H 'Jf I'WM Ill llll ||l (III IH| I feScSf^ _p:>U<, %Wf: ■ WIJ. v ?.-. ■•' ''V^ I'rtrt TMJSL5*'i• Athletic* Advance With- ■pv^?eg.„.„, fSetfrnwrn^M mi The Athletic* apparently have «•• j voioped the knack f* «* advancing i rWMe Ntnndhig' .drill. fc j$ the Cub* Huvi? tWW jh* arte better by find l| sr. way lo Knln wh o ! "* '(t to 14 gsmest yesterday when the v. tik.Mx i«.ni iMreitvum the lead- ers ' eat Idle In Cleveland; th> Culm vrf>h ami lost In a Itrooklyu dnuhle- 'taader. I.i t the Pirates obligingly diyftpcd i. 2 to V decision ■ at . Brave* fleWi Jhsntng halt * g m« Into $ e Ipp Of ,I«scph McCarthy. The Chicago lead now l« eight and i );<< half Kumes. 1 • lie#! ' pitching rtsetH were «n tat BfaWs *eW.. Kevin field and the home of the n-ov.n*. Thr «o t noteworthy parfninmnce wan turned in it Detroit by Earl WhltehlH, who limited the Xankov* to twd ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

1 I } -i saaBi sil l n HE ORANGE LEADER MISS W AS GOOD-BAD iTYPE mm m tmm*: • Hionx iux o " ifi DttAMA OF &i- - •< ^|3 ?|mS«iw#S -K Senator Connally Tells Educators Change* by Law l&icertain By Kt'BY l^Hllel ) CHARLOTTES VIIXB, Farm relief .In aClll' but a tvoomy gereralltjKW aid ' the . (inly the only Itegii-lntive measure tha} woufd re Wr* t(M> agricultural di'iijtfMon to iluy U the export ili'gpfliure ' piaa, Henntor Tom Conn*llyof Texas told thf echolary. Jurlnljs, publicists, econ- omist*. and tin teemoi here attending 'W the institute Public Affairs at the Vlr^lnla,-^ ed to the contracting parties tarftet thqy ha.vr made a judication «ijd I'urtilbhod health certitlcaU-n. there has been an increased business at the off Ice;' 6t the county clerk here. Indioallon are th l the' mouth, at August will allow u big gain in the number at marriage licences ls*u<*il In thla county, ax cuim>aro.i tv the months of June and July,-'' .jw itiyffinW&Wm; Dock Worker Admi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

WWfww ■ lilMl.ilr!! I MWIW WII I I wu KM % jjg&M THE OBANOE LEASEE fe SNOOK TlUAtV* . WmsmSBStiE SRIDAlMtOPSt Ml r in to ImmumI /igrcemeni §Tf«.-; life ^ *■■■>! tub RAOtTE, N'ctheriand*, Auk. ' i«. CAP)—I .eat minute effort* to rcaeh an vrdinMit Bit the flnaneial QUMtiAn and plana lookin* toward etratttitlon of the Rhlnelnnd w re w bt.'grt** today, at The Hague Premier Brlaml of Franc* called >n Foreign Minister Streaeemann—of Germany «sd again talked about evacuation of ,$e Bhinaland, while Smile Franequi. Belgian delegate, called on 6|WttP Snowden, Britlah rahancellor of the exchequer, frith a formal proportion from the oiher creditor power#,: ' , jfe: Y It ia understood Great Rritiin Waa offered <• per cent of Ita claim*, nr about T.600,ft00, to he Includ- ed in the unconditional, annuities. Premier BrLmd t td Foreign Min- uter StrrMM-miinn the second none of the occupation of the RhltteVind. the Coblena hrldgytierHt. would' be by tke middle of Novem- ber. Aa to thp ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

il I FIANCE FQR J250,000 [Orange jg$® &p§ tier shhrpiy rebtikwrl in fefe* letter . ed .'to them; baT 8. | tover, ^ superintendent of schools. th'la The letter, wrttton gt v«ie ^ti(nce at the biMrd. calls atteh- ph to the fact that although Ah*. Hjr.o cltliaenn if ' Oriitijte. hove, not Wi*. prnhipt In, the payment t«tr >a;hc«t ttheir petition hit* jM(| favorkhle action. gvi*v.; [ *b« colored people ivho algrtnd petition to the hour jgof <*duc:t- tn pioitilted their cooperation in Le construction of . a aelonce labors- )ry upon t|tv awOrance that the flcyenlh;, nmdc would l«> added this ' ' \ . • r'\ ■ '•> I ' "• ie letter In reply V° I"*11" n *U'e* c'" the word, "cooperate.*! ™ th iln application to the Matter of Jiool tax payment*. "The board of trustee* <OM not re to revclve_ any contribution* atever from those ' persona who ve neglected or rafused to Bay lr taxigk. It fa suggeatell tluit the d cltlst'n of th* colorsd corn- unity at Orange can make a real trlbut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 16 August 1929

TyVypj'Sfc'' mm i. in In' mm #i jigaflSwjja llt-lsl# $®5?sS§il^ l3f A 6 I# WAN* AU fN FORMATION ■ .., ' , -—i ,, 1 ~~ ->jia wr .- a.,jrarr^ —;■ ■;'■ .^fc'^srrr^.-ra,.,...-.^.—!—t "■ UTA-ffcKT UAftfOON wra* S.i! I^^WHtWl MM ipij^ewjito " "''■ .. % '' v'.; ■ ,0.^ MloUnara Rate-, !* •«• ••• •••••♦•••• ••• -4 ••«v ..« ••••*••*••*••< on •)! tm at .in.. lliiiii «0f ...._** _____ I iJpRI (or NHMrHij^e Inaertlooa only, l«* kt « Mfcr nlHalNIr W#l I lone (or CUeelfled Adrertletail Men) mn t be ta writing. No <Wk« Ahi h i : id by telephone are ««*e|rf«d r«m peneiiw In rfc« «r «• * tilrnijry oa .uen.oreodom y. In ret ere for (hU Mtyartl««r l to promptly. (%«h« Time. lenvM w>ttl ta ii. m. for the earreot <1., ....I « p. o.„ SeturtUry for Aenday wlltlun. (IliniM — t*.aw**-llatl«u <Mm In rk*i *a #f dtemoMhoe (8iwf(W>«w(« <r tbe correal def'e IW<IM runout ho areeptrd after II- a. * M. All chwi|M Hurt flwrrllill«M nwlwrt «« iw« hoar wfB take effort the following day. The L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 August 1929

1V0LUME XVI ^ •!. 7. V ', V . ' • , pr. - 1 " ORANGE, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 18, 1929. I Rpfe;-. ii JuoSnrC t&> ii? ORANGE BY E. A. "Happy". INGRAM, President, OraD je Mlnletertr Assoclation U- . .Jjl JBIBPPj Boosters build a town. Knockers are 'dead weight and forces opposed to pro gii$ss and civic welfare. A man may call ihimself an asset to his town—a builder, a booster—but to know who a fellow really is, ask his neighbors; they know him by his actions and the way they "tag" him generally fits. * • J" Certain organizations like the Chamber of Com- merce, the Rotary Club, the Boys Band, Boy Scouts and Campfire Girls, strong ath- letic High School teams do much to advertise a town ' MV «- BCKl £§m IB . to Get Junk Is Captive Here maim • v,M mm afinSfl The M earner Torn I Is expected to reach here sow* time today to lift a cargo of 3000 tone of Junk for tho R. A. Moore Salvage company. The cargo, which has jlrcady, bfon'ij.W T«U« T«J« assembled at the municipal docks, tlftll O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 August 1929

mmmm ; v ** m psmSM 6.0C lew fmtm Pf§lfe ■■■■ u, JiS&J W>* jj&VP!! WMfS £ 1: yt-.n |fS|U«M k« 'AMEIUCA ■ ■MKJtvf 5t Is the fashion In thia country, I u*nrla«.ihe dlsn E IS 1m'!: SI .n. flpMuli! 1* and mechanics have bean Imports,,, rgto Uut i for Wmmmm t" Other nation*' mar ,excel in the [ buildiai: hxiM* dirigible* that dun Lm jjarSi..' T nromd ."the world, «hd Mis «W WMp« -■ or^ton* that K ' ft commendable fur the geniua and n- iN'V <«f ;A«pgl$£,tj| 3 "materialllsUc 1* By this, if course, It ta meant that *# tf Ui* ^ much sJ^jt m*k' log money Md. ijij) enough about Mvitog Guar, tCfer M gfM to «*rttt« to the growth at day-by- day f«>mnwWlat flytog on « Vualncrt- KiS|8Mn|'i SMS- I W SWflafiki ; —I— *%> :3|pHuItt BAMS An indication Of II* solid ba'six WW ^ck todisWial ra- ws lives. Our «*lu v i«e , fc { «*%** material rstber than apirtwai. Xfce j to"* OuUtoe f« ?u M ms, puWJaVa ledger to U *t out Bibiet il l . A# «£< £■ to ^'WHg- diacou^g.-. tag. Yet tfcare to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 August 1929

Site > Mdpl**fM>iHh 'Jiii r HI v-' (terns for this gs WEDDINGS TAKE SPOTLIGHT, REPLACING BRIDGE AS CHIEF EVENTS ON SOCIAL CALENDAR to have displaced bridge In Importance on the Or- ange social week. ' A popular magaiine ^BMnpiwi 'Trtnfk iIVJsh articles en- titled. "The Romance of Steel." Thl« topic seems "priate to Orange Just now, with one member of the Orange Car A Steel Company's office staff Just recently back from a honeymoon trip,' a recond- member returning this week from his vacation with a bride and a third member embarking, on a matrimonial voyage yesterday af- ternoon in Lake Charles, La. • The latest wedillng ot the series wan that of Harold Upper and Miss Helen Hcheon.v, which, was solem- nized In the CnlcagJcu parish sent, with Mr? anil Mrs. 13. K. PunUlc nd attendants. Miss BeheiMy, whose home "1ha« been in Evaimvllle, Ind., arrived In Orange Thursday. She Id a member of the prominent fam- ily In the Indiana city and I* a graduate of ftvnnsvllln high school. Ora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 August 1929

>m:< ■: rj < 8 . , 1 * , «> -HW H i ^rwwfrt iff*** HtA<* 9 l«nt of the , - O. C„ AUO. 17. S an agreement amotigffour' fB ltow p ergt.|j i$PHwto neatt ports and Oaif * *<« ,1> nW%oHs f Oto3§hIt«<l jmu *ppn ed by thoitolted juKt opi>rov«d by ibe United loa^d ond darning* pooled from Otlf iwl Sooth At- I' to UM> Wtgfc of: 111 Vf*- dow, una, Ing , , ..! P| whlchfes -St, WMifiil l ra l (lie I* nf 1 tartan Island# west Line, State* mod l^ggPgUd riga ioiie O- noard. and* the Navigo*- MPiiiffl parilek to the agreement, 1 egtends the scope is the Oulr M. di Ports Conference. , o«re<tneni provider tfcnt Tho *"■■•• idum make • t-omblned tbtrty-atx sailings from New id east Oolf '-^IfPte^sPPi Hailing* from Tocos port* and to cover Sooth AUiuMtiel the order to bo mutgf|it|*| No speciJle oomber of satlln«« la tted to any particular iMCWjfW: la agreed thai th*- Creole mmmmmmm HppflBlire required and flWfWitlp* and ww$m.tb*Je tp return la lit Jt- ll.lt-IOltf., J. it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 August 1929

,« \i..-if, % jswwk® and will b« r^ady for work wh#n h# reparta In Or4*«c n«*t Sunday. m, CHURCHES at •' •« « i venal iy H&IWl Months Ahead • " ' - wo Tags On Truck. Mr* «>'•<* JUCt flUft, «M M JIiMriiaii '—— lectin* FIRST Jkl*THO>|*l T The* SB iWflplW, Huiitiny school ^''«p^P| «HUmi m. In the huQQUfiRjRMSts'Vie being made By OruiiK't- mcn-hunta because ot the Attitude ot T«w« and Loulalan# tn nrcliag1 twftfc- to pro- ';:5*ld jjee !M from ..both stat<Mii.':.|; £ , Fltim what can be learned here, only a portion of the truck opera- tor* pear licenses from both stuiag, though moat of them occasionally take dmncea on going Into Louisiana with only, thdv Texas licensee, 'f, Hoh r- of the trunk operators op- •rateiao OKton'atvely InteroHtatc that th«y do not tor# to take chnncea on helng apprehended end then subject to additional cost, It <■' auid that) Jtfea lAiuisiana motor iieense «c*le ia lufch higher than that.of Twcas. •This has caused many of the Tex** truck oper...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 18 August 1929

- — ■' ' ■ l. IIHM ' 1 ' f ETTA KETT So B-r-r-r-ave! By PAUL ROBINSON ,;' " -,, ; ' - j . . . ■ mm TOO AT" THE STl CWOSTMAt C*COQ/>nOH«r rD 4MT 5i ta> A TiGkRT onus voub pROBAQlW TEN TO <W N A THEATRE O ttf 4)UQ&o -S'w SAL^CN iw«ys m!?GO INTI3O0OCC >00 TO WE OUOGC' -til. id water, m. (MM1' idw, mi ctomr Aft. MC W. Droitee Cycle Co. U«l Mowws, Ounn. Vlf- 14 jwtn nptrtM* ID &• (*Mftl repalrtn* :V. 1TO NttttRT BT. raont i4 HIGH PRESSURE PETE The Meddler Always Pays '«••• Jf,£ -SjJ '■ ,T'1 " , U *#v5 «■.•"*'• .v ' * ■ r " V- ' '■*'■' ' '-i/fffiv ■• • "*' 1 . '•• * : ■PO&60Hir— V0e.<&oT TM tCOHOnV *OCx NOvJ, FBI*.-VjHUJE. 1 fBeL-lfll* 60iHfr HOOt, PNO U6CTU<?e. tXOHOMV TZ> By SWAN S8S°%2^r#Z£V* wr. UHEM v* cam «r OHC. foe ft BOU.IM*-VT> W ohlv him vouu. eye* hwje e*ou6* |#l£mev To Mftftfi* OOO.V APARTMCNT I# lt.lt toM « Enn. li t* NUrk OMn ML KMc itat. HKTH MM niOKiT —¥WT NTATIOX MKTOB HI V. * W wife.— *ul "Wow hcr vot o Y ^ooanoul MONSV, UKE-^T- W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1929

^ * V ■ V ^V,'': k ' '' tV'/*;- .1;"; A- -. -jj?*T 'Mr " | **' • wM Ml ^k. oaaaaMMH^... m Wt&&2v&ixfBW I wm > •; .jWi-waBBwH-- ■ i |* 1 * ■ ■ ii VOLUME XVI ORANGE, TEXAS, MONDAY, AUGUST 19,1929. The absurdity of the au- tomobile license require- ments of Louisifha and Texas with relation to each other should cause strong pressure to be brought to bear in Baton Rouge and Austin for an immediate change. * • e - As related in the news columns of the Leader dur- ing the past few days, there appears to be a con- test on between officers of the two States to see which can arrest the most truck drivers from the adjoining State. The arrests are based on requirements of each that commercial trucks which happen to cross the State line must carry not only the license of £he State in which owned, but also of the State into which they are driven. Service Held For County Prisoners A^ service for the prisoner# of the uPled in one of the large rooms of t<he Jail Sunday after Rev. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1929

reiiecupn mm (toned OAS INDIVIDIALISM A FLACE7 This is the age of big corpora tlons and gigantic industrial enter quite intelligent folk, have told us that the Individual no longer 9k; that he la simply a Mf In the mod- am industry- They hark the Btod old day* when they say there ana mora individualism and when aeeb an waa hla own hoaa £ They t U la that greater gpfSttgai ttaa ashMad thaa for young men to achieve success through Individual efforts. J B«1 are they corectr? Don't they tell ta raailae that men . asd wameu—indivtduala—u* hark modern giants of iaduatryt tum ll >w «• | grew ia their prw—t* Hy'M I the** *ra the fwMtfssent of the , att Ml orgaatsnthrae are individual* nwwl ta MtMae-lik* fash- agdk IhMlneen i —pelItlea lalir h Ma km far thai iMlnWwl *t- iwUm effort* an aae —arr t«r pesgnrea* aad the vary Mae «t MM aril ImmUnmo vff>UMil*w mita lav the «H>et eklllfsl tndHI4ani egert* III this r —«rt The asedevw auto- a hh it a* ffVo* at *aehla* Mil It #••■ ' M*| aa ru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1929

mip,v . . - i •■jl.i ■ ft ^niiygfeCT X '•.av ■ v ••; Jl Calendar TttHESPAY fli at 8 Btor mooting . ' Bible oBu* of Pmtby- eJxtiM'i At t o'clock. • S< vitality Of. St. M*rj' die t-hurt-li meets. V1 1 | j WEDNESDAY Sc X ,W. A. of the First BaP- IHHMn*! will meet at 7:Xtf . iM the iliuivh. W. M. s. of (iii- j ii-M Bap- Irlnm-li will meet 'Ml 2:30 wrvhi-* at the Hmp- reh. TBlliKDAY byterlau «M«livc meeting p. mi. ut the dhurch. an auxiliary mertiuK 10 p. in. at the oli ii rili. M. 8. missionary ami busl- Mrfon held at the l*trnt church, brtftimln* Mt 10:30 •moiety with Mm, Mat- un Km street at 4 P Happy Blue Bird* inert at (Vnp fin pmip nieeui | o'clock at the hotue of Wn AMtcnmi an Park, avenue. Outip Itw group at t p. m.. at headquarters. FRIDAY at :* o'clock otmrota. ■- |e, tunmmm-ni at ttrote t'oaalri olab at * tfl-lDY WIU .v MMI Ii TllM'iV Ladles' Bibl« rUS 4T lh* }t*rtan «k«M will inset at I Tuesday after«i<*>« at Ota far the Bitot* study. whuh a continuation of the study...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 19 August 1929

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Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Orange Leader — 20 August 1929

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Publication Title: Orange Leader, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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