Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on February 13, 1942 · Page 8
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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, February 13, 1942
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»/^^^ j^rii^i.'i^^B.^ratw^iSe^ PAGE SIXTEEN—TH£ MORNING AVALANCHP ' Ss::> Fitting and proper to .give and fit ting and -flattering in style • ARTCRAFT .WHIFF CHIFFON 2 and 3 thread pair 1.35 and 1.65 • ARTCRAFT TOWN CHIFFON 2 and 3 thread pair 1.3S and 1.65 • ARTCRAFT NYLON HOSE 20 denier <lVi> thd.), n a ; r 1.95 and 2.65 Give Her a box of 3 pair ARTCRAFT HOSE the "fitting" gift Texas, Friday, February 13. 1942 GIFT Suggestions for YOUR Valentine r - ..\-. 9 EISENBERG "ICE" in pins ... prices from a 8S to ,3.45 « MILITARY HAT COMPACTS 1-0 0 « HANDKERCHIEFS Fine White Hankies 39 C to j 95 Printed Hankies ...29c to 50c e LADIES' GLOVES in smart new spring numbers and colors . . . fabrics, cope, pigskins 1.00 to 3.49 « LADIES' BAGS in the complete new spring collection 1.93 ro -12.45 e'STOUFFER CHINA in salt and peppers, bonbon dishes, relish dishes etc. . . . pieces priced from 1.29 to 24.85 » DEMI TASSE SETS in bone and American china. .. for collectors -jt) c t& 4 * DANCES DEK'NEY DO-RE-MI LIPSTICK that clever new jet of three lipsticks in a little music book ...,.,.,. ISO JOL1 Daniel Green Satin House Slipper in white, royal, dubonette yol, dubonetle ' / *$% '• ^' •ir 4.50 f Z^& JPiWJjr ; : ? ^^ c^W /^'( : -:X / - •""• '•'>".• <" '• , ._..:. :*?•-.-•• *. > TKZ5E AMD MANY OTHER LOVELY X?", N ' rlNE GIFT S TO BE FOUND IN OUR PERFUME DEPARTMENT (loft) • Lucien Lc.'cng Sachet 1 25 (cerUer) • Lcbng Eolaloika Cc ! oqne. . 200 (right) • Fcberge AD^rodiS'S C 1-2S to 3.50 X. l']_ 7-»l ^J"- i'--Jl"f>*- kt£§l §m (•J,£g| ji •> \ • \ * LADIES' GOWNS FOR VALENTINE in mony beautiful stylas. . .2.98 end 3.98 * LACE. TRIM WE PcTilSKIRT in satin or crepe, whi.'e, ten rose, block. ..2.29 and 3.98 « HOUSE COATS in solids and printed rayon crepes.. 6. S5 end 7.95 * SLAC( < SUITS a gfit idea be "diffsr- '"any r.?w $ -. \ frorr - 7.95 to 10.95 ; .', I » SWEATERS TO MATE - « m "•'•'( new sh 'f lir -ent' ''****\ •- s*~'"-* * swcoters in card.gcns ^-^& <<^" or> d sI'P overs that \s f rnaf;h . . . priced scp- crately, . .2,49 to 3,49 Dml 4343 For Th. fogjanehe-Journal Loot Taken In Burglary Found T. H. AS'hite, manager of Lubbock Cash Wholesale Grocery Co., at 709 Avenue H, had almost SI, 500 worth o£ happiness Thursday. He and Ross Berry, county jailer, announced that checks and other valuables btJonging to the company were recovered from a shock of feed on the farm of Franz Hettler six miles northeast of Lubbock. Box Contains Loot Hettler was moving grain shocks and came across a "foo'.-square box. In it he found $3,227 in checks, about $6 in defense savings stamps and 28 cents in cash—all taken m a Jan. 20 blasting of the grocery company sate. Hettler took the box to' Berry i. county jaii. Berry called Aubrey Fawver, police identifications officer who had investigated the safe job, and White. White said he had collected an- SW^ u* 1 ' 800 in "<^Plicat e checks" but had stood to lose ap! proximately $1,425 had the cheeks not been restored to him Will Turn Them fiick collection 1 ,"^ slid 6 !" ""* * *" t,," 0 "/ , com P le te deposits were returned to us, and all our receipts " An^ ld , ait f r - a th ^ough cheek. All we lost m the safe cracking, H turns out, was $1$4 in cash. . Also recovered were White's sav mgs account book, keys and auto mobile papers. The savings Safe Badly Damaged «i, if Sa f e was badl y Damaged bv the burglar who set off a heavy charge of what police theorized TI • * e ^ een nitr <>g!yce wnnVf 6 ^ 113 K circumstanc «- «e would have been "no money or £»S C K S here ' White said - "There had been a bank holiday and. we made no deposit at the end of the day s business. That won't hannen again. Teli the safe-blowing " '' 1 ^ """ The cache was the biggest of fieials could recall in simflar c°rl cumstances. Liquor control board * ave found ™uch Ilquoi m sorghum shocks in recent months, but no money, it Texans Open (Continued From Suorts Page) from everywhere to -.— ...... uiug Crosby event a Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., and it was putting that kept him going r .^Y, 6516 " 1 °P en at Phoenix. 1<f1 -^ known Herman Barrow of Plains, N. Y., admits it ( __ his putter that gave him-the \Vestern open title last week. Crosby, Hope To 'Plsy Slammin' Sam Snead of Hot Springs, Va., always the crowd favorite, is wrestling with an unruly hook at the moment and spent an hour today on the practice tee shaking.his head Only fools try to pick a winner :rom the crowd, of pros making the tour, but with the greens piay- ng hard, Horton Smith, the wil- owy master of putting who was been playing beautifully this win er, became another gallery favor _ Open officials made prepara- ipns for the biggest gallery in the *u y r, o£ the event ^morrow when Bmg Crosby and Bob Hope ee off m the opening round with Jimmy Bemaret and Bryon Nel-' ^on. . .Tournament Manager Sam Old- arb said .all proceeds from the four-day event would go td'the var relief fund of the American Red Cross. Slafon Tourney (Continued From Sports Page)" come on down" anyway. Admittance to each, night's fights will be 30. 45 and 55 cents including tax, depending on choice of seats. - . • Gloves Champions (Continued Prom Sports Page) fore his scheduled fight with Austin Ojibway of El Paso, and a doctor, who examined Ward, said it was unwise for him to go on. Ward appeared to be suffering from an attack of "flu" the doctor said. That, however, wasn't the first defeat for the Lybbock team, Rnea "Fats" Mitchell, .dressed down to light heavy proportions after fighting here twice as a leavy, found the chubby, chunky Bill Anderson, Fort Worth titlist a little too fast in the inf;ghtin<* and never rushed his short opponent. He failed to get in enough licks, however, to pile up points ? tf_ s own ' So he was the fir-=t I^iibbock district champ to get trimmed in the ring. DETROIT BACKS BEAUMONT BEAUMONT, Feb. 12. (/?>—The Detroit Tigers have again derided to back the Beaumont club n the Texas league despite the act that the advance ticket sale v;th a goal of 50,000 has been ubscribed to date only slightly more than half. * * " NEW New shipment Ladies' Batiste Blouses with Frills, jobots and other attractive n»w effects . . . csk to sec them . . .in white oiify. ,-. 3.93 4.SS 5.98 Idalcu, Roosevelt In Tie In Cage Playoff IDALOa, Feb. 12 (Special! — Idalou rol'ed over Roosevelt, 26 to 10, tonight to even their playoff series at one each. They meet tonight on a neutral court, probably Cooper, to decide the w.inner. Edward Mr.Clendon and Clinton Hurled led the Idalou scoring with eight points each. Winner af this series metis the Southland-Shallowater winner for the Conference 9-B title. NAZI OFFICER KILLED LONDON, Feb. 12. M>j-_The death of n Lieut.-Gen. Zentner. described as commander of a German infantry division, was reported by the Moscow radio tonight. 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