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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 6

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TV/ELVfr-THE MORNING AVALANCHE gohif day,. February-27, T942 Dial 4343 For The AvalqrichB-Journol Office* Mrs. Roosevelt Resigns Her Position Witfe OCD 1 She Wishes Not f f To Hurt Agency In all it's 48 years of making fine shoes finer, Florsheim has never before produced such a sweeping variety of new lasts, leathers, colors and patterns . . . drop by our men's Shoe department and see for yourself why Florsheim quality is today's standard of fine shgs values . . . sketched above are the BIG THREE in Florsheim lasts . . . there are many others. (1) THE RAMBLER in fan of block calf 9.SO (2) THE MAJOR in ton russia calf S10 (3) THE COMMANDER .• tan heather-calf 10.50 NEW New shipment inier- woven men's socks in oil the colorful new spring patterns . . still featuring the fine quality yarns and workmanship that has made Interwoven the U iost popular'hose in America . . . 5c P<". — 2 pr. 1.25 <^. t Measles Said Running True To Form Over West Texas; Not Due Again For Four Years Permit For New Church Obtained J. B. Maxey, contractor, obtained building permit for the no w First Christian church Friday~after members of the church building committee had decided on a construction plan to be followed at a meeting Thursday afternoon. The new structure, for which •ground was broken several days ago, is located on Broadway at Avenue X. -Rev. H. G. Gantz, pastor of the church, reported that members of the building committee decided to proceed immediate*^- - with the completion of only ihe educational portion of the structure, thus eliminating from immediate planning the erection of the auditorium. Initial Cost S55.000 Estimated cost of the educational building is 555,000, which is the figure shown in the building permit. The auditorium will cost about that much more, Recording to estimates. The hopes are, according to the pastor, that plans can be worked out so that there \i-ill be no interruption in the work now started until the building is completed in Jts entirety. Increases Seating Capacity However, as soon as completed, the assembly room in the edura- uonal building will be used for the regular services. It is a room measuring 53 by 63 feet, and will snat 4S5 people, as compared with the capacity of 3:20 in the present church building at Sixteenth street end Avenue J. The new building will have a front of 190 feet on Broadway, the lots extending back to the "allcv The present church'property occupies a half biock. minus one lot and is to be sold. The new building is expected to be readv for occupancy in about five months. Building Pace Continues Members of the building committee arc D. N. Lcavcrton, F. H. Specialist In Disorders of the Foot 08. KAR5HAU HARVEY CHIROPODIST U03 AV£. K. PH. 7341 (By The United Press) AUSTIN, Feb. 20. — Measles, the malady now most prevalent in Texas, is running true to form. A form sheet is plotted by the morbidity division of the Texas State Health department just as meticulously as the ''form players" watch and record performance of norses on a race track. Reports of 2,025 cases .were charted this week. Shaded into a map of 25-i counties in the =t?.ts, these cases sustain the doctors' theory that an epidemic of measles one year is reflected directly on the next year's record Mo Great Spread Seen The West Texas' area, for instance, again is showing flare-ups of measles. First there is a primary appearance in a countv In about two weeks there is a princi- there will be no great spread into adjoining counties. Hare Cases Cited Rare cases have been found of persons having a second attack of measles. Therefore, after an epidemic in an area, it is not likely to occur again for four years, the 'health department believes. In four years, enough children are born to provide suspectibles for a new spread of the disease. In southeast Texas, the department warned, there may well be a spread of measles because a susceptible group has been built up there since the last measles epidemic. Care against typhus also was indicated by the morbidity report Information to the department indicates at least 40 cases of typhus m the lower Texas Panhandle .i*.. t it j T *«"«-*- — •••"- i^.vci. j.c-'vdb ±-annanaie wave, followed by a secon- area. Mumps cases number 1 151 cfary wave two weeks later : ' The West Texas areas where! D'Strirfr measles prevail this year ami n i ^"" hemmed in by counties where I ratrolman To there was measles last year. Consequently the "form sheet" assures the health authorities that Childress, C. C. Crenshaw, A. E. Coffman, J. O. Jones and J. W Nislar. The permit increased the city building permit total for the year to $546,672, maintaining a pace somewhat ahead of last year. The total for the first two months last year was 3592,234. Enough applications actually are in the office of Jim Reid, city buildinu insnec- tor, to insure that the figure" for the corresponding.period this year will be substantially larger. The record that has been maintained this year it was explained is due entirely to defense housing Of the permits issued, 333 have been for defense houses costin* $442,750. W. C. Rowden of Dickens, second highway patrolman in this district to enter military service this month, was inducted into the Army this week. This district now is three short of the 16 patrolmen who were to be stationed in the area, it was said at district headquarters here Due to shortage of patrolmen replacements may not be made soon. Calvin Silvus, who %vas stationed at .Brqwnf teld, left recently after enlisting in the marines SINUS INFECTION Dr. E. M. Whifacre OsJeopalhic Physician and Surgeon Dial 5642 511 Myrick Bldg. ^ / By HILLIE'R KREIGHBAUM United Press Staff Correspondent ^ WASHINGTON, Feb. 20—Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt resigned today as assistant director of the Ofiice of CiviHan Defense so that "those who wish to attack me" will net be able to make the OCD suficr from her continued presence in the agency. Mrs. Roosevelt, who had been assistant director in charge of voluntary participation since last Sept. 29, submitted her regisna- tion, effective immediately, in a letter to OCD Director James M. ^andis. She said she knew that the OCD was in the hands of "completely competent people." To Prove Usefulness Mrs. Roosevelt said that by retaining her OCD post "I would only make it possible for those who wish to attack me, because of my beliefs, to attack an agency which I consider can prove its usefulness so completely to the people, that it should be free of attack in order to render its max- mum service." She added that "no individual s more effective than a good program." In mentioning critics of her "beliefs," Mrs. Roosevelt apparently referred to the congressional outburst which followed disclosure of the appointment of Miss Mayris Chaney, dancer friend of the first lady, to the $4,600-a-year post of director of the OCD's childrens' activities section of the physical fitness division. Miss Chaney resigned from that post oh Wednesday because of the congressional furor. . Dissatisfaction At Peak Congress i o n a 1 riissasisfaction with the OCD setup stemmed at first from the fact that Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia of New York, who appointed Mrs. Roosevelt to her post, had sought to maintain both the post of mayor and that of OCD director. The criticism burst into full uproar when it was disclosed that Screen Star Melvyn Douglas had been appointed to the post of director of the art's council oi the OCD information division. Disclosure o! Misp Chaney's appointment followed within a few days. i LaGuardia resigned from his OCD post nearly two weeks ago. In a final report to the president he said that most of the activities centered in Mrs. Roosevelt's division "might well have been, and perhaps eventually will have to be. transferred to existing permanent | divisions of government." New Bus Route Will Be Inaugurated Feb. 24 Ray Farmer, manager of Lubbock City Bus company, said Friday the increase in bus passengers i during January and thus far in ! February is approximately 12 per i cent above the normal increase for the corresponding months from year to year. Another bus is to be added to the Nineteenth street and Elhvoocl route Feb. 24 and, although such an addition had been contemplated earlier, the war and increased number of persons riding buses due to tire rationing rushed the addition, said Farmer. One of the reasons for the new bus, which will go westward on Nineteenth into Ellwood and back eastward on Nineteenth, was construction of Green Acres, sub-division of rent houses constructed for Army officers. RECORD PRODUCTION MADE AUSTIN, Feb. 20. (UR>—Record production of ice cream and cheese in Texas during January' was reported today by the University of Texas Bureau of Business Research. Ice cream production was 33.6 per cent higher than a year ago; cheese, 51.7 per cent higher: butter, 11.7 per cent less. Dr. A. E. Gesell DENTIST 234 Lubbock National Bldg. Dial 2-2681 WEST TEXAS HOSPITAL STAFF OFFICE-. WMI TIIM Clinic 1312 M»in Stretl CHARLES J. WAGNER, M. D. Sarftrj and Consultation SAM G. DDNN. M. D.. F. A. C 5 Surjcrj, Genito-Uriaarj Diicjuo tTM. L. BACGH. M. D. Surjcrj and DiifDoslj FRED W. STAXDEFER. M. P. ROBERT T. CANON. M. D. • Eyr, E»r. Nose, Throat AUcrr. HijfcTtr W. E. CRAVF.NS. St. D. Gectral Mtdiciii* DF.NZIL O. CROSS, M. O.. F. A. C. S Suri«ry, Gjntcolojy, Crolory O. W. ENGLISH. M. O.. F. A. CX B Snrserr. Disuses or Woiitu EWEI.L L, HUNT, SI. O, F. A. C. S Sorcery, Obstetrics a c. SMXSELL, M. r>. • Djrmatolofy and Genera) Mcdicinr A. J. JF.XSON. M. O. Obstetrics r.nd Petiiilrics M. n. WAT KINS. M. D. Eye. Ear. Xose. Itroat OFFICE: strwatt * Brjuon Cllnle toOi Main Street .U.t.EN T. STE1VARI. M. n. Objlelric?. Gjnrcolnjy. SoiEerj 31- 17. BENSON. M O. • Infant* ar.d Children tt- C. DOUGLAS. M. D. General .'iTetticine OFFICE: I.oofcork \attonal Bid?. CI.TDE F. KLKTNS. JR. M D eurm.v, GriKral >!edicine - -I- -.Iv^^lT^GSiTORTH Snprrintcndent D.\7.Ef, B. EDf.EKTON. R. N Director of Vuriinjt * Serrins C. 8. SITT EARLY BIRDS AFTER THE WORM (MEANING on an early morning shift put finishing touches roving the props. BEFORE SUNSET: The now plane workers on the west coast are trying to THE JAP) — SUNUP: Lockheed workers,- above, on a big bomber. BY NOON: Test pilots will be arlul ship will be tuned for delivery. That's how turn our current defeats into victories—and soon Permission Must Be Given Tires imports WASHINGTON, Feb. 20. (U.R>-~ New tires and tubes can be brought into the United States for use or resale cnly with the formal permission" of the Office of Price Admi.ib t r a t i o : n, Administrator Leon Henderson said today in a letter to the commissioner ot cus- •loms. • The ruling was in reply to a query arising from reports of customs officials as to what procedure to follow ou tire imports, since OPA ir, rationing all DOW tires and 'uiH-s in the United Slate.s. OPA rewived private complaints that car owners were going into Mexico, getting their new tires and returning to this country. Now both Mexico ami Canada have strict regulations on tire exports. FIRE VICTIM BURIED DALLAS, Feb. 2U. <U.E>—Funeral services; were conducted today for Little Ann Fi.sk,'six, Dallas' 10th fire victim of 1942. Tht; child died of burns suffered when her clothing caught fire from flames of a gas stove. I WANT TO BUY Old Newspapers. Magazines. Books for National Defense PHONE 7973 Daily Pick-Up Service /'Jack Williamson" THE DRUGS and COSMETICS that you need-al ever, s 9 Here is a handy alphabetical list of Remedies, Toiletries, Cosmetics and other Household Needs. Check your medicine chest today and get what you need today—at Bowen's I e i.oc GOc 25c .1.50 75c GOc • 25c 60c ()flc clus Lipstick __ 89c Angelus Rouge ____ 49 C Anacin Tablets _____ ig c Agarol ----------- 98c Analg-esique Ban me Bengue _1 __ 59 C Astringosol, 4 oz. __ 49c ig c Beechanvs Pills Bisodol ___ . ________ Bisma Rex, 4 3/4 oz. 50c Bicarbonate Soda, lb. 25c Bromo Seltzer _____ 49 C Beef, Iron & Wine, 16 oz. ------------ 1. 00 1.00 Horlicks . Malted Milk S9c 30c Hill's Cascara Quinine 25c •50c Jlasol 3g c 50c lodent Tooth Paste _ 39 C 35c Ingram's Shaving Cream Tube or Jar 29c 1.00 Ironized Yeast 89c ' 2oc J & J Baby Talcum _ 21 C 50c Jergen's Lotion 39c 1.25 Jad Salts 45c lOc 25c GOc 50c 40c GOc GOc 40c GOc 75c 65c 25c 30c 50c 60c 1.00 GOc 35c 1.50 GOc Tooth Paste 29c Camay Soap ______ s c Colgate's Shaving Cream ^l_;23c California Syrup of Figs ---------- 49c Cascarets _________ 3g c Castoria __________ 29c Caldwell's S3Tup of Pepsin ____ 4g c Codliver Oil, Super-D 8 Oz _____ 90c Citracarbonate, Upjohn's 4 ounce 57 C * Campana Italian Balm, 2 for__ 49c D r - West Tooth Paste 33c Danderine _. _______ 4g c Doan's Pills _______ 5g c Dryco, 12 ounce ___ 59c EX Lax ----------- i9 c Edward's ' Olive Tablets, large £5c Eye Lo ___________ 39,. Eye Gene ________ 49 C Epsom Salts, lb. _ ___ 19 C prostilla ---------- 29c Favorite Prescription, Pierce's ______ 89c Fountain Syringe, 50c Kolynos Tooth Paste 39c Kotex, 12's 25c Kleenex 440 • 25c Soc Kruschen Salts __!_ 59 C 35c Lyon's Tooth Powder 19 C lOc Lux Toilet Soap 5 C lOc Lifebuoy Soap 5c 1.20 Lactpgen, pound __ 89c 1.00 Lavoris ; 7g c 1.00 Lucky Tiger Hair Tonic 79 C 35c Palmolive Shaving Cream 23c Probak-Jr. Blades 20's 25c ooc Ponds Cold or Vanishing-Cream 39c 35c Pape's Cold Compoiiud - -_^1__ 29c 1.50 Pstrblagar 84c GOc Pertussin " ; 4g c ' GOc Phillips' Facial Crearrf49r 6oc Pinex sg c 1.00 Pineoleum" Outfit 89c 35c Pisos 29c • GOc Resinol Ointment 49c Rexillima A -_^. SQ C Riker'g 'Expectorant 25c Rubbing Alcohol, full pint ._ 3g c Rexall Throat Gargle 4 oz. 25c • \\odess, 12's 20c 50c Mennen's Shaving Cream 39 C 1-50 Ivlaltine 1.29 40c ilusterole Mineral Oil, Russian pint oOc Milk of Magnesia __ 39c (Phillips') 65c Mistol 40c 5quibb ? s Shaving Cream 1-25 Sal Kepatica, large . 35c Scholl's Corn Pads__ 1.20 Scott's Emulsion __ 1.25 SSS 70c Sloan Liniment 1.20 S.M.A. Powder, lb. . Segal Blades, 10's _. T ek Tooth -Brushes.. 29c 50c yick's Nose and Throat Drops ______ 39c 35c A'*ick's Vapo Rub ___ 29c 1.00 Vitalis, 8 ounce ____ 79c 50c Vick's Va-Tro-Nal__ 39c Vapure -------- __ 33c 98c 29c 98c 99c 59c 98c 30c qt. 59c Fasteeth (Jrove's Brono Quinine ___________ 25c Gillette Blue Blades 25c Goldman's Hair Restorer ______ 1.39 Glyco Thymoleue __ 49c Gem Blades, 5's ____ 23c Grove's Nose Drops. 39c J-fennafoam ____ Shampoo __________ 4g c Hot Water Bottle"," 2 qt. ------------ "._ 5 9c • 50c ^ature's Remedy __ 39c Nasal Spray with Ephednne 2 ounce _ 39c 75c Noxzema _ 49 C 1.00 Xu.iol Hdz • GOc Qdorono 49 C Orderlies 60'c 50c 1.00 Ovaltme, 14 ounce __ 69c • 25c phillips' Dental Magnesia ig c 50c Palmolive Shampoo 39c GOc \Vatkin's Musified Shampoo _________ 49 C Woodbury's Facial Soap ------------- 5 C White Pine, Tar and Wild Cherry, 7 oz. _ 39c 1.25 Wyeth's Sr.ge and Sulphur ______ 98c 50c Woodbury Cream __ 39c • 50c • 1.00 Tablets _ 39c 83c Oxide Ointment, 1 ounce tube 25c Broadway & Avenue J. 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