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Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, February 13, 1942
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tHE MORNINCJ AVALANCHE Varying Opinions Are Offered_Regarding5^gres 8 Of War "]St1iTfeS Two Districts WithoutTlnAiJQmrtK Unir/Mtr/\n T^L,^ L~,,~ I • ——-. ~ ~ — ^(Governor Stevenson Takes issue [Fund-Raising Drive • With Authorities Of U.S. Army (By The Associated J'r'.-^s) - TiiufC'si**!!' «* ««.:~; _. i. ,. T SHici lie Jiad received no coi FORT WORTH, Feb. 12. JOnly two congressional districts t «remain without leadership in the! ,_, __ ^ iDemocraf jc fund-raising drive fol- } Texans could take Oowing appointments by Raymond Thursday o£ opinions on how the 'Buck, state chairman, yesterday. I war was going, and of how they ( Latest appointments were: | were ineeing the situation. ' John B. Collier, jr., of Fort Governor Stevenson took issue '- with Army authorities who have warned that civilian defense in Texas is lagging, replying that public sentiment on this subject is fine, with a noteworthy ab- Brief Bits Of Local New . , ., {Worth, twelfth district; C. C. Mc- jDonald of Wichita Falls, thirteenth ^district; Tom Gairard of Tahoka, {nineteenth district; John McCarty jof Amarillo, eighteenth district; »W. P. Abernathy of McKinney, 'fourth district; W. A. Wakefiehi, {jr., and John E. Lyles, both of ^ Corpus Christi, fourteenth district. { The first district co-chairmen, I appointed by Mrs. H. H. Weinert »of Seguin, vice chairman of the J state Democraic executive commit- ftee, were also announced. « They are: Mrs. H. V. Shank of •Fort Worth, twelfth district; Mrs. , Currie McCutcheon of Dallas, fifth {district; Mrs. Grover C. Johnson | of Wichita Falls, thirteenth dist trict and Mrs. Julian Harrison of • El Faro, seventeenth district. sence of confusion and hysteria. Meanwhile, from a member of the Texas delegation in Congress and from a civilian defense director who made a trip to England from the military, and added: ''In fact, General Donovan, whom I regard highly, said in a radio address and in conversations with me that he was very weSI satisfied with Texas' efforts. "1 think it only natural th?t a man who fellows profession ' only should regard it as' the most important of all activity. "Some normal pursuits must go on as well as civilian defense preparation. So many things must ic:_iui wiio maae a T .rip 10 r-ngland «••»•»""•"•"»«• >ju many imngs must to study defense measures there J of nece ssity he continued that \ve came gloomy words. ' must look at the picture, from all Governor Stevenson was commenting on a statement made at jiicutiug on a statement made at •'•-*•** j^^ uu icc» ma*, you win San Antonio by Maj. Gen. Richard 5? e ., * the situ ation in Texas is Donovan, commander of the Eighth me - , Corps area that "all of us" in the eighth civilian defense zone — in- •-•fonni Bullion UdCIlie ZOne^—in- t» ..—-.... . 0 , u t,, Av v;^, ilrttlUIl \Y . eluding Texas—"have been aw- . s . umner s of Texas solemnly told fully slow." the House that '-we're hpino fully slow. Stevenson, director and co-or- dinator of all civilian defense, Lubbock's Largest Shoe repairing organization Is a complete leather shop, featuring hand made boots, fine saddles, billfolds, harness for dogs, cowboy pants, cowboy hats, Indian Jewelry and other value*. 5RDDLE5 Convenient- Cost- Low TRANSPORTATION to all points Travel the modern way when you go places —on business trips, pleasure or week-end visits — Low Round Trip Fares. - + + -i- . Ride The Bus And Save Your Tires! Direct Connections To All PoinVs In Lubbock Trade Territory! " Texas-New Mexico and Oklahoma, Coaches ! Joe Bowman, Mgr. Union Bus Terminal Lubbock angles. "When you do feel that you will Stunners Aroused In Washington, Rep. Hatton W licked," and shouted: "My God, are we going to let the hope of the ages perish from this earth because of our unworthiness," because, "v.-e as did an , C f, lnsist upon 'business as , He called on Congress to arouse the nation to its danger and said America "doesn't yet realize that « is in the greatest svar of all time facing the greatest military machine m history." Petition Against Pensions Planned WASHINGTON, Feb. 12 *"< hols announced ; - nce tonight he would ask-'House mem- °f"to sign a petition demanding the House civil service committee bring to the floor for immediate consideration a bill to repeal that part of the civil service law granting retirement privileges to congressmen and other elected officials. Disclosing he had drafted the petition to the committee this afternoon, Nichols declared, "I'll have at least 250 signatures on this petition by. next Tuesday night " A majority is 218 members. "The thing. I am doing will have no official significance except that if a majority of the House members sign it, certainly the members of the civil service committee will have to recognize their demand and bring a bill to the floor for repeal of this provision," Niche Is said. Candidates For Tech Publications File Ten students have filed petitions as candidates for student publications officials at Texas Technological college, H a r o'l d Thompson, student president? announced after a meeting of the , . The candidates are: For Toreador editor, Bill Latson, sophomore from Clarendon; Roy Edward' junior from Olton; Arlene Gov/en, junior from Lamesa; ior Toreador business manager, Leon Hughes sophomore of Lubboek; and Clem Simpson, sophomore from Graham; lor La Ventana editor, Floyd Ross, junior from Hereford; Kara Hunsucker, junior from Matador- and Marquerite Brown, junior from CJovia, N. M.; for La Ventana business manager, Dick Ragsdale sophomore from Slaton; and Bob Weddle, sophomore from Bonham. Sixty thousand domestic workers m hospitals in England and Wales have been supplied a distinctive circular badge. Buy A D«fense Bond TODAYI Dr. Harry L, Kent director of administrative research at ?:exas Technological college, will speak on "International Relations' 1 at the luncheon of the Browjy/ield Rotary club today in Brownfield. An article on "Gfrowlh Rings and Climate" which was written by Dr. W. S. Clock, associate professor of geology at Texas Tech* nological college, has been reprinted in bulletin form and copies have been received at the college The article appeared in the December issue of Botanical Review. The organization meeting of a class m radio engineering fundamentals will be conducted at 7 o clock Monday night in room 152 of the engineering building at Texas Technological college. The course will be offered for purpose of preparing men for the government examination for radio phone operator. The class will meet two nights weekly for 15 weeks. Mrs. Edwin Niell has resigned as secretary to Mirs Elizabeth H. West, librarian at Texas Technological college, effective March 1, it was announced Thursday She will be succeeded by Mrs. Marjorie Earle Simpson, wife of Capt O. R. Simpson of the United States Marine corps. Mrs. Simpson is here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Miller of 2221 Sixteenth street. Appoinimsni of instructors for safety engineering courses to be offeree! by Texas Technological college in Amarillo and Abilene was announced Thursday. Frank H. Sherman of Abilene, safety engineer for the Hartford Accident and Indemnity company, will teach the Abilene course and Henry S. Wilson of Amarillo, safety engineer for the Texas Employers Insurance association, will teach the Amarillo course. The courses are engineering, science and management defense training courses. -,, ,-• Friday evening services will be conducted at 8 o'clock tonight at Congression Shaareth Israel, 2420 Sixteenth street, said Rabbi I Gersek, Sermon subject will be "Remember Pearl Harbor" a discussion of the Jewish attitude' toward war. Community singing will be conducted. Services will be both in English and in Hebrew Sunday school will be at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Mr. and M«, William Blevtn of Lubbock route 6 are' parents of a daughter weighing 8 pounds 11 ounces born in St. Mary's hospital at 7:20 o'clock Thursdaj morning. Elevens is a carpenter Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hudgins o 1609 Avenue K are parents of a son weighing 6 1-2 pounds born at the residence at 9:45 o'clock Wednesday night, Stewart & Ben son clinic reported. Hudging is employed by Furr Food stores. Major Walter W. McCollom, of the district army recruiting station, was the principal' speaker Thursday noon at the Slnton Rotary club luncheon, in the community clubhouse. He discussed the military situation in China and the Far East and used several maps of the war areas during his talk. Major Joseph R. Peller, dis- commander, accompaniec trict him. A child set fire to a curtain in a residence at 211 East Twenty- third street about 3:45 o'clock Thursday afternoon causing sligh' damage to the house. Firemen extinguished the blaze. Last rites for Mr*. Or« Lee Woods, 27, of Country club addition, wife of H. G. Woods, will be conducted in Sanders Funera home chapel at 10:30 o'clock this morning, followed by burial in s Grade "A" Milk Producers WANTED! We need Grade "A" Milk. If you are i farmer and have a« much u» thirty gallons of * Milk per day, it will pay you to investigate the Grade "A" requirements and the Price Paid for Grade "A" Milk. We will be glad to furnish /acts and information. Bell Ice Cream Company Lubbock cemetery. Mrs. Woods died Wednesday morning following childbirth. The infant did not An instructed verdict for the defendant was returned by a jury Thursday afternoon after hearing evidence in the case of G. F. Perry against George P. Livermore, Inc., for wages. Albert Mclnroe was jury foreman. Perry, a pumper,- sought more than $12,000, based on a demand for 24-hour compensation. Other jurors were J. H. Miller, C. P. Beard, C. A. Holcomb, Fletcher H. Nesbitt, C. P. Young, Everett Austin, Tom B. Cox, A. O. Carr, J. R. Gregory, G. R. Saverance and Sam Hempton. Jack G. Medina, 38-year-old Mexican from Hot Springs, Ark., was named Thursday on a county court complaint charging theft of $20.25 worth of clqfhirig from a car belonging to otho Johnson ot 90S Avenue K. Callie Fisher, 30, was charged on two counts of q liquor law violation complaint, for possession of intoxicants and for operating a nuisance. A 47-year-old Lubbock man, who recently was named on a county court complaint for drunk driving was back in jail Thursday night and probably wjll be similarly charged. S. O. Boyd of the police department arrested the suspect, officials said. E. F. Bryant, who operates a service station at 1921 Avenue H, reported theft o' a tire and wheel Thursday and soon police had the wheel recovered. C. Keen of 1601 Avenue G saw a negro carrying the tire and notified authorities. As a result the wheel was found. No trace had been found of two tires and wheel stolen from M. S. Williams of 710 Fourth street. Police recovered a stolen bicycle. No communication had been re- Defense Bond Group Meets Twenty members of the Lubbock defense bonds sales committee pledged "all-out" support ot tne government'effort to promote increased purchases of stamps T-hn , « a >"«ng Thursday afternoon at the Chamber of Commerce. George ' E. Benson, L'ubbock county chairman, presided at the session, first to be conducted here the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Two members, Spencer A. Wells, chairman of the retail victory com! mittee, and Neil H. Wright, chairman of a drive among life underwriters, reported or, work cf their groups. Program Planned J. D. McPhaul announced that Monday night's 'Keep 'Em Buying radio program from KFVO would originate in Senior High school auditorium, with spectators ir,vite,d to attend. T. C. Root. W. H, Evans and Benson will speak and a musical program will be .presented. Time is 8 o'clock. Attending Thursday's session were W. T, Gaston, Harry Morris. B. Sberrod, George A. Simmons, w. F. Eisenberg, Joe Bryant, Dr. W. B. Irvin, W. L. Sfangel, E. J. Parsons, Parker F. Proiity, Charles Bacon, Hubert Allen. L. C. Ellis W. W. Condray, Mrs. Jack O Stone, Mrs. M. B. Hilburn, Wells Benson, Wright and McPhaul. Japan ordered the removal o( "V" posters hung in Dutch homes in Kobe. garding arrival of the bqdy of Charlie B. Coats, 24-year-oid Army aviation cadet killed near Hachita, N. M., when his plane" crashed Monday night. Plains Funeral home said word is expected from El Paso Army headquarters, possibly this morning, as to. when the body and its military eerreK SOVK NEEDS! "Ww Crammed With Nourishment, Hearty Heinz Home-Style Soups Fill A Definite Need For Energy-Giving Foods In Times Like These! T O OWE Heinz Soups their robust, full-bodied richness, Heinz uses only select meats and poultry, prize vegetables and heavy cream . • . slowly simmers thorn the careful, small-batch way. All the wholesome goodness and fresh-cooked, flavor of the , finest ingredients are captured for you—ready to serve 1 . Ask your grocer for Heinz Home-style Soups. They taste homemade ... and add a world of hearty nourishment to your family's diet! 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