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February 20, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

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§f AGE.SIXTEEN—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Our costume accessory departments are filled and overflowing with oil thst's new end smart to complete milady's Spring Costume . . . and a more outstanding collection has never before graced cur stocks . . . drop by this week end and sea for yourse!f all tfie new . . . here we mention a few. • BAGS, BAGS and MORE Bags ... the grandest collection ever . . . genuine alligators, alligator calfs. calfskins, pat; ents, English Morroca, gabardines and failles in all the f very new accessory colors (see our windows). . . prices rrom 2.98 fc 14.85 • COLORFUL GLOVES to match or contrast with your bag or costume ... in doeskins, capeskins and in many smart pigskins for casuals 1.98 to 5.85 • NEW SHIPMENT COLLARS in many lovely feminine frills . . . organdys, piques, laces 59e to 2.98 • FLORAL CORSAGES new for Spring 59c to 1.00 • NEW KNITTED TURBANS in a new type . . . with hvo Egyptian bone hatpins 1.00 • WRAP AROUND TURBANS in solid and in striped jerseys 59e to 1.00 • NEW GROUP SPRING SCARFS in'woolen challis. . .solids and tie aVes. . .scrools and interesting prints. .59e-to 1.00 • NEW FANCY BRAIDS, inenl for rniMr ? n' s dresses as •*=!! as grown-ups, yard 15c to 25c 9 RUCHING in many lovely frills, yard 29c to 2.98 • LAPEL ORNAMENTS IN LEATHERETTE clever littls cowboys^ dogs, carved Indian heeds and other interesting motifs 39 e f o 1.00 • MARBLE PEARL NECKLACES in many different pastel colorings to match or give color contrast to your Spring eortuma . . . featured at.... 1.00 • EISENBER6 PINS 8.85 to 18.85 » FRED A. BLOCK PINS 3.85 to 14.85 BLOSSOM-OUT" Formals and Semi-Formals Let yourself be gorgeous In ens of these new breath-taking crea- I'ions ... for Washington's birthday dances, for ail the mid-season formals, for all the afternoon formal affairs that are particularly reasonable just now . , . ond for those very swanky occasions whsr« the mocd is not formal but very "dress-up" we feature tfie new "slight!y-ro;iger" mid-calf skirted dresses ... see them ell in their exciting new spring versions and tiirilling new cofors . . . prices range frorn., . 10.95 to 39.S5 \ Lubbock, Texo;,, Friday, February 20, .1942 P?o1 4343. For, Tha Ayefanche-Journat Office* Unemployment Benefit Program Is Voted Down ** MM • ••"•• mi..•«•.>••. i i .^—^^ i i ., .. . . — { -.---...._._-- - urn- r States Faced With Problems WASHINGTON', Feb. 19. The House ways and means com mittee dealt the administration a stunning defeat today by voting, 16 to 8, to shelve a $300,000,000 program of unemployment benefits to workers displaced by conversion o£ factories to wartime production. Member* raid afte;:ward that they had decided to table the legislation because state officials had contended they could cope ade- quatly with the _ problem and feared that the program involved a direct attack on state's rights. House administration leaders and other sponsors said .that there was apparently nothing further Congress could do and that the states would be responsible for what they termed a growing problem. Reports persisted, however, that an attempt would be made to obtain WPA money ior distribution to the newly-unemployed, or to needy states. The legislation would have authorized the government to supplement state funds so that the unemployed could draw up to 120 per cent of normal state unemployment compensation benefits for 26 weeks. A number, of governors complained that administrative provisions of the bill would permit the local social security board to take over functions of the state unemployment compensa tion boards if they did not "cooperate properly" in the displacement benefit plan. 1340 On Your Diai KF.YO Program Avalanche-Journal StatioB Representative Of Carnegie Foundation Visits Texas Tech Dr. W. S. Learned, representa- , live of the Carnegie foundation, I spent Thursday at Texas Tech-' nological college conferring with President Clifford B. Jones, dean and department heads regarding graduate record examinations to be administered to members of this year's graduating class. Texas Tech is eligible to participate in the test program because it is one of the institutions being considered for recognition by the Association of American Universities, said Dean James M. Gordon. The tests, administered for purpose of determining general ability of graduates to do graduate work, are given to members and v FRIDAY, FEBRUARY *0 Morning 8:30 B'.ue Blazers 6:45 Checkerboard limn 7:00 Soldier tloyj Sa!ut» 7.30 Newscast (TSNi. 7:45 Thff World Toa»y 7:50 Interlude 7:55 Saoop gnu scoop 8:00 Helody Bcy« " 8:lb Rhythm Flvs 8:25 Headlines 8:30 Coffee Club 8:40 John Klrb>'< Orchestr* 9:00 Fashions i-'ew 9:15 Whr.fs Dolns Arouud Lubbock 9:30 Jerry Sttt't New Musis 8:15 fitttcr Vision Ttljc 9:50 Interlude 10:00 Newscast 10:IS Al DuSfy'i Qu»rtettt 10:3J Vou Ast Em — We AnsTer Em 10:45 Your Organ atyllat— Bernle Howtll 11:00 John Hughes MBS 11:15 Neighbors TSN 11:30 Music in the Morgan Manner Afternoon 12:00 Drug Store Cowbojs 13:15 Let's Go America 12:30 Brunette Harper 12:45 Newscast 1:00 f.tir's Club 1:10 Modern Melody Trio 1:30 Auction Broadcast 1:15 Frankie Master's Orchestra 2:00 Mutual Goes Calling 2:30 Tunes by Thotnhill 3:00 Jimmy Waltely'x Rodeo Boys 3:15 Atlgustana College Choir "MBS 3:30 Johnson Family MBS 3:45 Boake Carter MBS 4:00 Quartette of Classics 4:15 In the Future MBS 4:30 The Monitor Views tbe News 4:45 Captain Mid-Night 5:00 Hichard Eaton—Commentator—MB! S:!5 Shades of Blue 5:30 TslV* on Timely Topic: 5:45 10--J-4 Ranch £veninf 6:30 Fulton Lewis. Jr. MBS 6:15 Brass Hats 6:30 Local News 6:35 Bob Chester's Orchestra 6:55 Movie RoimSup 1:00 Newscast 7:15 Movie Revue 7:20 Interlude 7:25 The World Today 7:30 Lone Ranger iMBSi 8:00 Johnny Long's Orchestra 6:15 Siegfried Wagener . MBS 8:30 Varieties cf Swing 9:30 Uncle'Sam Entertains 10:00 Cab Galloway* Orchestra MBS ftS i£ n ' £? ton ' s Vari "' sh " WB fhree New Courses At Jhallowoter Popular . SKALLOWATER, Feb. 19. (Spe- ial> — Three new courses are inding favor among students at ShaHowater High school, B. T. Rueker, superintendent, reports. Junior clothing, a specif:! :our£e in homemaking for Junior High school girls, has an enrollment of 25 and is taught by Miss ai'aham Hard, home economics- nstructor. An attractive course .m agricul- ;ure, farnv mechanics, js> taught by Britain Spends Half Of Income On War LONDON, Feb. 19. W—Britain- spent more than 50 per cent of the estimated national income on the war effort during 1941, a M. J. -Williams, vocational, agriculture instructor, with nn attendance of 30 pupils of junior high grfide. 'Public speaking is being offered to 19 students ol advanced standing. This course is taught by Rucker. spokesman said today. "As the United States became a belligerent nly a short time ago," he said, "it is not possible to make any useful comparisons with United States expenditures." TONiGHT SAY "GOOD NIGHT" to colds' miseries. Slip away fromachey muscles, sniffles, into sleep. Here's double help that acts almost instantly. Rub with Penetro.25c. "' Use as directed. Bids Received On Highway Projects Road improvement projects in *i 10 unc ui. me iiibiiiunons aemg, Casti'o and Floyd counties were considered for recognition by the : amon » those on which bids were Association of Ampriran TTnivo,.^;_ received by the state hishwav rip- received by the state highway department in Austin Thursday, an Associated Press dispatch announced. The contracts are subject to Highway commission approval bc- candidates for membershipjn the fore contracts can be awarded. association. Results will" not be published but will be made available to Texas Tech and will reveal to the college the qualifications of The projects include: Castro, 7.9 miles grading, flexible base and base preservative on „_ »_—„„„„„„„ „,., state 194 from Dimmitt southeast. Us graduates for advanced study PIalns Construction Co., Pampa, The test program was begun in $ 7 6,p80. 1937, when examinations were *loyd. 5.1 miles flexible base given at Harvard, Yale, Princeton and dou ble asphalt surface treat- and Columbia. I inent on state 207 irbm one mile Dr. Learned will continue to north of South Plains to Briscoc visit on the campus and confer countv Iinp Pi=>Jr,e <~™<-> «:.. with department heads and teach' ers until he leaves .his aftenioon. at 2 o'clock county line, Co., ?36,972. Plains Constructiu South Plains Men To i Attend Abilene Meet ' A banquet dinner they won last year in competition with Abilene and San Angelo agencies will be eaten by 15 employes and family members of South Plains agency of Amicable Life Insurance company, who will leave for Abilene Saturday. Those planning to attend are Messrs, and Mesdames J. T. Fountain, J. R. Eagan, Eddie Wilcox, George H. Watkins and Whitacre, all of Lubbock, W. P. Avriett cf Lamesa, Coy McMahan of Spur and Robert L. jSToble of Brownfield, and J. C. Powell of Lubbock and Horace Tipps of Levelland. "nn-.^*--„__ ;_ *_ i ,._r__-i . • V jjjidi^c 10 i.w uc piAViitrgtiu during the dinner to clip and retain the shirt-tails of the Abilene and San Angelo agency managers as trophies for the South Plains agency headquarters here. NEW s Doubler Sport Shirt by Arrow . . . long sleeved white oxford iport shirt that you can wear with a tie or without. . .with 2 button pockets . . . comet in neck sizes and sleeve lengths .. . The "Convertible Shirt" 2.50 \ \ fifteen Go To Dallas For Navy 'Exams' Physical examinations for en- :istmeut in the Navy will be taken n Dallas today by 15 men who .eft Thursday night, said J. E. Galloway, recruiting officer. James Buchanan Coats and Dar- ,vin Mayiicld Sprouls of Lubbock and John Forest Luckie, Brown- "ield, seek storekeeper posts; Carl Thomas Richardson of Tahoka as a motor mechanic and William Howard Traweek, Matador, as a yeoman in the reserve. Seamen applicants are: Clyde Allen Lucas, Plainview; Gliffin Lewis Jones, O'Donnell; Milton Wilson, George Thurman Chadwick and Billy Hoyt Martin, Lubbock; J. R. Jackson, Levelland; L. T. Redding, Meadow and J. E. Smith, Brownfield. Late Thursday afternoon Frank Seale, Farwell and Penn Cagle, Morton, reported and were sent with the others to Dallas. DRIES QUICKLY NEVER STICKY OR GUMMY Inc 3 Bars ....25c EPSOM SALTS, 5 pound bag S.3.S. TONIC Reg. $1.25 size __. PETRO-SYLLIUM Reg. Sl.OO size ADLERIKA, Sl.OO Bottle _ GORDONS COMPOUND ,50 9Sc 89c 73c 60c Alka SelSzer, Our low prjce 60c Sal Hapatica Our Low Price SI Wine or Cardui Our low price 75c Carter's Lillle Pills, Family size •; BOc Syrup of P»ytln Our low price HERES HOW TO Children Sell Hogs; Buy Bond, Stamps FLORESVILLE, Feb. 19. Magdalen Pruske, 13, and her brother Anton, 10, own an $18.75 defense bond and SB.OO in stamps —and if the meat packers' jest that "we use every part of the hog but the squeal" is true, the nation's food larder is richer by 615 pounds of pork and pork products. These two children of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pruske, Wilson county farmers, recently sold two hogs weighing a total of 615 pounds which they raised and fed themselves and invested their profits in defense bonds and stamps. Lubbock'* 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 values. 24c 55c Lady Ester, Four Purpose Cream 30c Polident Tooth Powder Listerine Tooth Powder or Paste $2.50 Electric Vaporizer 2 Lb. Can Johnson's $1.98 7Sc Bayer Aspirin Bottle £ ft of 100 59C Up John's Citrocar- bonate 4 oz. bottle 9-Inch English ICE CAP, Leakproof Clinical Thermometer Guaranteed Accurate Bolile of 100 ' A.B.D.G. Capsules Full pint (Sl.OO size) High Potency CQ« COD LIVER OIL ___ O7V Malt ExiracK Vitamin A. B. D. G. t A* « Q 12 oz. size yAt*7 $1.00 Ironized Yeast en., Tableis O7V 100 Concentrate Ccdliver Oil Tablets Special 1-lb. Mead's Dextri Malloss 50c Percy Medicine 3 J /2-oz. ; Mead's Casec 40c Casloris S1.20 S. M. A.' 1-lb. Powdered Karo 1-lb. Beta- Lactose Anli Colic Nipples, Red, White, Black, B \ Davol Sanitab Nipples, 3 for Hygeia Boltles 13c, or 2 for 69c **>*** 69s 39c 79c 29c 9Sc 3Sc -59c 25c 25c LADY ESTHER Cleansing Cream GIANT SIZES PRICE SAIE WILDROOT 79c Prophylactic HAIR BRUSH and SI WILDROOT COLGATE PAIMOLIVE 'VASEIINF.' HALO SHAMPOO COLGATE P'OWDER COLGATE IYSOI Disinfectant 7 oz. Size Alias Nasal ATOMIZER for Oil or Waler LOTION COLGATE 50c VICK'S NOSE DROPS 1118-20 Broadway Dial 6301

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