TEXAS: That Man Has Dynamite

Classes had been going for a week at the Edgar Allen Poe elementary school in well-to-do south Houston. But the principal, Mrs. R. E. Doty, took it as a matter of course when a slight, pleasant man in sports shirt and slacks walked into the school lobby at 10 o'clock one morning last week and announced that he wanted to register his sandy-haired, seven-year-old, Dusty, in second grade. She was only mildly surprised when Paul Harold Orgeron, 47, said sheepishly that he had just come to town and did not know his address,...

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