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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 2

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AVALANCHE Lubboek, Texas, Tuesday, February 24, 1942 Dial 4343 For The Avalanche-Journal Offices .. Bandit Is ShbtToDesth Masons To Attend Washington's Birthday Program Tonight; Dr. lipscomb To Speak ' (By The Aitoci»t*il Prtsa) MERIDIAN, Miss., Feb. 23. — The bullet-riddkd body of Charles Irving .Chapman, 43, lay in- (i morgue here today, marking the exid of the crime trail oi the onetime, well-to-do highway contractor who turned bank robber. .He was listed as public enemy No. 1 by the New York ol'fice of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in -1939 after two prison breaks and a record of crime in seven states ranging from Texas, Louisiana and Florida to New Jersey. J." Trapped By Officers (Chapman fell last night on a highway near his Philadelphia, Miss./.home us he tried to shoot his way out of P. trap set by Percy Wyly II, head of the Federal Bureau • of 'Investigation ni Mississippi, state and county aflicers ahd Meridian city police. t-A companion, Alfred Ward 'of Meshoba county, was driving Chapman's car, Wyly said, and surrendered when they ran into the blocked highway. Chapman opened fire and went down under a hail ot bullets. [Chapman had been hunted ever since he escaped from the Texas state penitentiary at Hunsville on July 8, 1937, in a bloody break that he led. He was serving a 60-year term for an Atlanta, Tex., bank robbery. i Escaped Two Years Ago f Mississippi and Louisiana peace ojfficers set a trap for him near his hpme more than two years ago, but he came out shooting and escaped through a stream of ma- chin egun fire. i Officers learned that he shot a Meridian officer about two months ago and had been.on his trail constantly. ing the depression after he had made thousands of dollars as a contractor in Arkansas only to lose it 'in Florida. .-."After escaping charges in Florida and New Jersey in 1931, Chapman was convicted of robbing .a bank at Minden, La., a year later. He escaped soon after beginning -•». 14-year term. In 1934 he robbed banks in Hope, Camden and. Smackover, Ark.; and was captured in a gun fight at • his : Mississippi home. While serving a 15-year term at the Cummins, Ark., prison farm in 1936, hfe took a pistol from the warden's office and escaped. Moving into Texas he was wounded and taken in the Atlanta holdup, only to escape seven months'later. Several hundred Master Masons, their families and invited guests will attend a Washington's birthday program commencing at 8 o'clock tonight in Yellowhouse lodge 841, AF&AM, in Citizens National bank building. The program: Spccin) tribute to the flag, by Burwocd H. Bradley, assisted by members of the Eastern Stiir. "God Bless America," First Baptist church choir unc'.er direction of Mrs. C. E. Hereford. Invocation, Dr. Jack M. Lewis, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. Purpose of meeting, John H. Porlwood, worshipful master of the lodge. Song, choir. Officers To Ba Recognized Recognition of officers of the Masonic bodies and grand lodge officials. Reading, Mrs. Leo Waite. Song, choir, Intrcduction of speaker, H. J. McClellan, secretary of Masonic bodies in Lubbock. Dallas Councilman, Banker Dies Monday DALLAS, Feb. 23 (fPj—F,. J. (Ward) Gannon, jr. ; 56, city councilman, banker and member of a pioneer Dallas family, died today at his home. He w^.s vise president of the First Nation? 1 Bunk in Dallas and a leader in iieveral reform movements in city government. The funeral will be Wednesday. Surviving are his three daughters. widow and Skyscraper In'Da I las Has One Distinction; Last One During War WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 iff) — The 36-story skyscraper now going up en the busy corner of Main and Ervay* in Dallas has a claim to national distinction..' It may be one of the last structures of its type to be built in the country for many years. The structure — the Mercantile National Bank building—is being I finished only because most of the necessary steel had been delivered before the war began, a War P r o d u c t i on Board spokesman said. In the future, the WPB official declared, buildings will have to spread over more, ground space instead of skyward to eliminate as much as possible the necessity for steel. DEATH CAUSE Heart disease is the chief cause of death in the United States. It has a rate of 268.9 deaths per 100,000 population. CANADIAN WHALING PLANTS Canada has only two whaling plants, both in the province of British Columbia. They took 219 whales in the four-month season .of 1940, compared to 310 in 1033. To relieve Misery of COLDS TABLETS SALVE NOSE OHOPS COUGH DROPS TRY '/RUB-MY-T1SM 11 — A LINIMENT WONDKUFUl FALSE TEETH That Loosen ,. .Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have *uf- Jcred real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped or wabbled at Just thfi wrong time. DC not live In fear of this happening to you, Just sprinkle a little PASTEETH, the »lka- Itne (nan-acid) powrt«, o'.i your p!n'.es. Holds false teeth more firmly, zo they feel more comfortable. Does not sour, Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug store. Ad-', 1 ' ! Principal address, Dr. L. N. Lipscomb, superintendent of the Plainview district of the Methodist church. Closing song, choir. Benediction by Rev. H. I. Robinson, pastor of the Lubbock First Methodist church. To Serve Refreshments Light refreshments will be served, said W. Guy Casey, Howard E. Hunt and Early Daniel the program committee. Officers of the Yellowhouse lodge are: P o r twood, worshipful master Hunt, senior warden; R. Burl Ham, junior warden; L. C. Ellis, treasurer; McClellan, secretary; Ollie E. Lanham, senior deacon; Alton L. Abbott, junior deacon; William M. Powell, and Early Daniel, tiler. George B. Eubank is deputy grand master of the 93rd Masonic district. DR. L. N. LIPSCOMB Placement Sen/ice At Tech Needs Teachers Registrations are being accepted lor. the fiscal year opening March 1 in the ^ teacher .placement service at Texas Technological college, Dr. Doyle D. Jackson, director of the service, said Monday. . The service has been unable recently to supply the demand for teachers. Those wishing to register as candidates for teaching positions may see Dr. Jackson.. • Three graduates have been appointed to teaching positions recently. Mrs. Zona-Lou Blythe of Sheffield, who was graduated in August of 1938, has begun work as third grade teacher at Taos, N. M. Miss Lois Nance of Justiceburg, who was graduated in August of 1941, has been elected teacher of physical education for women and speech at Memphis. Miss Mary Carpenter of Olney, who has been teaching at Seminole, has gone to Coahoma as teacher of commercial work. Ashrnore Child Buried On Monday Afternoon Last rites were read at the residence Monday afternoon for Bu- f o r d Dell Ashmore, 22-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ashmore of Lubbock route 3, who died about 9:30 o'clock Sunday night in West Texas hospital Rev. Ben D. Johnson,-pastor of Tabernacle Baptist .church, .officiated. Burial was in Abernathy cemetery under direction of Hix Funeral home. The infant, who weighed 5 pounds at birth, was .born in the residence Feb. 1 and was taken to the hospital Feb. 3. A twin, Ruby Nell, survives. A service will be conducted' at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon, in the residence, with Rev. Ben D. Johnson, pastor of Tabernacle Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be hi Abernathy cemetery, under- di- County Agent Wants Levels Returned For Terracing Campaign Lost or strayed, four county owned farm levels for terracing; those in possession of the levels, please return to C. C. Jobson, county farm agent, 1320 Avenue Q and no questions asked. With a rush of business in running lines for terracing, Jobson said Monday, only one of the five levels owned by the county is available. Jobson has had to borrow a level from time to time, when two are needed the same day. "Levels were loaned to farmers and I guess they in turn let some one else have them, until we have lost complete track of them." Jobson explained. 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