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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

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^ife>^v '.-:••'' FOURTEEN—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Spring Classics /Lubbo'ek', Texas, Tuesday, February 24, 1942 Dial 4343 for The Avaianehe-JourRol Offices Steel Submarine Chaser To Be Launched Flying School Is Dedicated HEADED U. S. MILITARY ACADEMY CBl The Associated Prrssl The Navy announced Monday that the PC-565, steel submarine chaser, would be launched next Friday at Houston. The vessel will be sponsored by Miss Jacqueline Bates Perry, daughter of Commander and Mrs. E. B. Perry of Orang.;. Commander Perry is in charge of the Navy's shipbuilding program in Texas. HORIZONTAL 1,7 Pictured late former head o£ the U. S. Military Academy. 11 Approaches. 12 Peruses. 13 Array. 16 Stair parts. 19 Insect.' 20 Female deer. Answer to Previous Puzzle Wast 25 He was super- (abbr.). • intendent o£ 42 Exclamation. 44 Violent stream. 47 Church part 49 Indo-Chinese linguistic stock. 50 Narrow inlet. 51 Males. 52 Diamond of extreme •hardness. from 1928 * to 1932. 27 Norwegian river. t ne ! 28 Symbol for , thulium. 29 Minute particle. 31 Mend. 33 Music note. 34 At the top. 36 Seethe. 37 Symbol for erbium. 54 Five plus five (pi.). 55 Prongs, as of ao antler. 39 Cloth measure 56 Violent 40 Tree. whirlwind. The big 3 for Spring. . . tfie feminine dressy dress, Ike gad-about print, the new jacket dress. . .all these and many other smart styles featured among our new spring collection of those famous Elynor Fashions. . .both short and long coats with the Jacket costume dresses. . .dll gay, colorful, definitely Spring. Gov. Coke R. Stevenson will j 22 Eggs of fishes, speak. Admittance will be by in- • 23 Title of vitation. " j nobility. 41 Company To Get In Blow \ For 14-year-old Miss Perry, who j was born in the Philippines, it will ] be a chance "to gel in my blow j for Gen. MacArthur." The ship was built by the Brown ' Shipbuilding company of Hous- j ton. i Other developments in Texas war effort: Perrin field — This Grayson county basic Army flying school was dedicated Monday with the unveiling of a plaque by Mrs. Elmer D. Perrin, San Antonio, widow of the aviator 'for whom it was named. She was' accompanied by her sons, John Daniel, 13, and George Elmer, 10. A sacrifice "such as we made I at the Alamo and Gen. MacArthur and his men are making today in the Philippines" was urged by Rep. Wright Patman in the dedicatory address. He added that the nation laced its greatest crisis and the "day of luxurious optimisVn is gone." Graduation exercises were held j will go to advanced training schools. , CLASS GRADUATES Corsicana '— Members of the eighth and largest graduating class of aviation cadets from the Corsicana contract primary training school left Monday for Randolph field to begin the second phase of their instruction in the Army air corps. They will be succeeded within a few days by a group from the Kelly field replacement center. PRICE SCHEDULE Dallas — A discussion of a tentative price schedule for farm machinery and equipment was held Monday by dealers' of the Dallas area and two OPM representatives, W. M. Smith and M. J. Healey, of Washington. A similar meeting will be held Tuesday in Amarillo. 57 Small pies. 58 A fragment. VERTICAL 2 Inhume. 3 Hawaiian garland of flowers. 4 Merry adventure. 5 Anger. 6 Roman . bronze coin. 7 Matching group. 3 Market. 9 Fish. 10 Former Russian rulers. 13 Incite. H Pair ol horses. 15 Hawaiian food 17 Agent. 18 Dry. 20 Cathedral church. 21 Conclusions 24 Tardier. 25 Quick, explosive sound. 26 Garment pendant. 27 Strong- odored vegetable. 30 Indulgent. 32 Fabulous bird. 35 Plural (abbr.) 37 Girl's name. 38 Highway. 40States (Fr.). 42 Stove chamber used for baking.. 43 Chickens. 45 Lariat. 46 Baseball teams.' 48 Mohammedan noble. 53 Russian village community. 54 Also. Paving Work To Be Started Soon Reports by city officials Monday indicated work of getting ready for this year's street paving will be started within a few days The first worn Is to be on Avenue G paving from the end of presen' at Nineteenth street to Twenty-fifth. This paving will be important because it will bordek. on the west an 80-acre trac bought by the Santa Fe railroac about two yearr. ago. Weather Affects Progress The first job will be the lay in of caliche base and trie installatio of concrete gutter and curb Thi will be followed when weathe becomes warm enough to permit the pouring of hot asphalt by the laying of the pavement. Surfacing work usually is started the latter part of March or early April. World conditions have caused uncertainties as. to the paving that can be done this year, officials said. They are doubtful, however, whether the labor, which is the biggest problem, and materials will be available for a program approximating those of the past four or five years The average durins those years has been close to 100 blocks of city street paving per year, although last year the total dropped to approximately 70 blocks. : ourteen Go To Dallas -or Navy 'Exams' An aviation cadet was among 14 men who will take physical examinations for entrance into the Navy in Dallas today after having left by train Monday night. Glenn Stafford Nelson, a student at Texas Technological college, seeks enlistment as an aviation cadet. James Harold Reinken, 905 West llth street, Plainview, seeks enlistment as a storekeeper. Non-rated men are: Edward Frank Miller, 3420 Avenue R; • Max Harbison, 11)05 Avenue H; Harry Wesley Bloomshield, Sneed' hall, ail of I.uubock: Kem-y Earl Vaughn, Paul Caldwell Campbell, James Alexander Bonncy, and R. Willard Patterson, all of Plainview; Emmitt Dean Campbell, Morion; Charles David Clarke, Spur; Otis Cannon, Slaton; Samuel Hodges, jr., Petersburg and Ragan Rene Reed, Brownfield. FORT V/ORTH WOMAN SAYSi Football is being boosted Mexico City as one of the most potent forces for maintaining good will between that country.and the United States. f"| LOST 52 LBS. |lH FOUR MONTHS 1 .' WEAR SIZE 14 AGAIN Sayt Mrs. C. D. Welll, Ft. Wortfc. Pictured Here Ten. too. tan Io:e usly pounds iad tare d lender. Graceful fisure. No finis?. Xn €£crcisinz. Simplj fol* ion- ibc cisy Ards Candr IM: anil erovr tUin. , Ajctj CandJ cqntaliu necessv litamim and rvirrimeriTJ. Dulls »p- Dfti'c icir blti'nin: foods. Backed by SI000 purity suarantec. Money Back If Hot Satisfied Let tn tell you about our fruar- *ntc<J I'l2!i for losine irc^bt. Learn hoir pomelos* un to ft poniirt? i «ctk. You tafcf "i chances. Onlj S2.'_T. » I'oi. SATISFACTION' OR MON'KV HACK OX FIRST !K)X. Kwrienibcr tbc name. AYDS. Just phone 6C03. JOHN HALSEY URL'G STORE News ITEM! ^4x* * ^^ffe^ & .^S^^'K^J^Vl^fi^iS^ ~ MMrt imm it'etua. NEW New shipment of Ladies' D a n-i e I Green Sport Shoes, called "Outdorables" . . . yes, made by the same famous mfgs. of those famous Daniel Green House Shoes ...these Sport Shoes in several clever, colorful styles . . . $5 and $6 The ultimate in UNDERWEAR by ARROW "French - Back" Shorts ("Free-French-of-ceurje) The most comfortable of ail Men's Shorts ...it comes with the adjustable French beck (and "Free" French Is the correct v*ord Vor it's famous saddle seat makes it as free end comfortable as can bs) ... in fina shirting cloths. . .in whites and patterns. . . \vith gripper snaps. Good Fire Credits Are Given Towns In Area O'Donnell and Muleshae -were among the select Texas cities awarded a 25 per cent fire insurance record credit, it was announced Monday by Marvin Hall, state fire insurance commissioner, of Austin. Littletield was listed as having a 10 per cent credit. Post has neither credit nor charge, and Matador suffered a 15 per cent charge, it was announced by the Associated Press. O'Donnell's credit would mean a saving of approximately S2,895 in rates beginning March 1. Littlefield's approximately 54,034. Saving to the other towns was not listed. Flight Instructor. To Be Buried In Hobbs SNYDER, Feb. 23 (Special) — Last rites will be conducted in Hobbs, N. AI., at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon for Loyd Debs Hall, flight instructor at Stamford who was killed instantly early Sunday morning in an automobile accident- Hall, who was returning to Stamford from Hobbs, was believed to have gone to sleep, members of the sheriff's department reported. The 1941 model automobile he was driving left highway 15 three miies west of Snyder. missed a culvert, jiimned a creek, and landed in a field, where it rolled over three times. Hall, thrown into the back seat, suffered a broken neck and skull fracture. An Odom Funeral home coach is taking the body to Hobb,s today. Survivors include the wife; parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hall of Brownfield; two brothers, Curtis of Penwell and Frank of Crane, and a sister, Mrs. L. B. Boyd of Big Lake. Draftees Ordered To Report Wednesday Names of a group of men who will be inducted into the Army under provisions of the selective service act were announced Monday afternoon by J. W. Tarlton, clerk of draft board No. 1. The men will report to the board offices, 601-2 Myrick building, at 7 o'clock Wednesday morning. From there they will sent to a bus bound for an Army induction center. Those to go are: Joseph Cecil Ray, Willie Pierce, Paul Eugene Love, Kendall Onstott, Loyd Royce Jones, Fred Benjamin McMaster Carl Hulon Eubanks, Thomas Augustus Kaigler, Nuster McDaniel, Howard Duke Barrett Truett Kent Elliott, James Alton Boynton, Alvin Robert Gerik Henry Clark, J. Q. Hill, James Clinton Graham. Others, Russell Baker Henry Courtney Lauraine Whitlock an M. Amos, had previously en listed. One, Willie Frances Sen nette, jr., was transferred t< Louisiana for induction. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY1 Declaring it would be great fun to join the Auxiliary Fire Service, a girl went to the local fire department headquarters in England and rang the bell—and the fun started. DUKE ELECTRIC DIAL ( MORHIHG AFTER) For itticry. nerwaa headaches, trnk* apudinc. Acts fast because it*« liquid. «c how quickly head clenr; t ncnres are elaxed, and yon feel steadier- Use only a directed. IGc. 30c, 60c siioa.- liquid CAPUDINE 1.25 pr. Other Arrow Shorts Other fine Arrow Shorts in th« regular saddle seat model... elastic and tie backs...some of fie new "bcxer" model with elostic all around the waist... priced the pair..... 75 Specialist In Disorder* of Jhe Foot DR. MARSHALL HARVEY CHIROPODIST 1109 AVE. K. PH. 7341 UP Let us help you with your Spring moving problems. You can rely on us to handle your household goods carefully. We t»ke pride in quick, safe service. And ovir rates are low! HEADS CORRESPONDENTS WASHINGTON, Feb. 23. (iPt — ohn C. Henry o£ the Washington star was elected president of the Vhite House Correspondents asso- iation today for the current year. So acute is the shortage of rubber in Holland that an Amsterdam winter has made his bicycle tires fastening corks around the \vheel rims. > 1 Nearly , 1,250,000 tons of shipping have been brought to port by British rescue tugs which answer the call of disabled vessels. I WANT TO BUY Old Newspapers. Magazines, Books for National Defense PHONE 7973 Daily Pick-Up Service "Jack Williamson" SINUS INFECTION Dr. E. M. Whitocre Osteopalhic Physician and Surgeon Dial 5642 - 511 Myrick Bldg. HURRY! COMPLETE Selection Of All Models NOW! stilS puts a ARMY CLOTH UNIFORMS Regular Weight, 29 to 48 Pants . . . 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