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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 6

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- _Lubbock, Texas, Wednesday/ February 25> T942 Did 4343 For NO BUNCHING NO R1DJNG-UP NO TWISTING Give all these troubles the slip Yss, Miss Swank puts on end to oil your slip troubles with her straight- plus-bias slip . . . they stubbornly refuse to ride-up, twist or bunch . . . Miss Swank's NEW LACE TRIMMED slips are here . , . featuring a new Deep Lace style . . a semi-tailored lace trimmed ... a regular Icce trimmed sfyle . . . of fine rayon crepe ond rayon satin : . . also a fancy lace trimmed batiste slip ... ' prices from 1.98 «o 4.25 Beautiful, blending pastel piaids and solid woolens to match .. . soft.rich herringbone solids in these new spring colors, corn, -yellow, tropic sky blue, nut brown, and peanut butter beige ail with gay pastel plaids to match, blend and contrast . . . the sewing possibilities are unlimited ... all 54 inches wide .. . see them today and be thrilled by their beauty. the yard 3 98 // Frances Denney UNDER-TONE // >* f U"l 50 1 This famous Frances Denney Under-Tone always sold at $2.50 and $4.50 . . . now in a new size bottle, at a new price ... so that many more women can have this unbelievably effective dry- skin preparation . . , get yours today. « Australian, New Zealand War Leaders Islands Assault Is Feared Near (By T)a* Associated Press) CANBERRA, Wednesday, Feb. 25—Decisions of the utmost importance, based on the beliet that Japan will assault Australia or New Zealand in an early southward drive,, were reported today to have been reached in long conference between chiefs of the Australia's advisory war council. The government asked the opposition to agree to adjournment of Parliament until March 5 so that the discussions can continue without interruption. Australian defense authorities were determined to make the most of the time remaining io them. Watching Japanese They were paying particular attention to 'the Japanese forces in New Guinea. The Japanese have been in that. big island area for four weeks, and the fact that they now are operating fighter cralt from occupied points is considered a clear indication that they rapidly are establishing formidable bases which could be used equally will against Australia and New Zealand. Port Moresby, southern New Guinea outpost less than 400 miles from the continent's northern tip, was attacked by both bombers and fighters Tuesday, with some damage to buildings but no hits on vital targets. The defense of New Guinea m w is under joint Dutch-Australian command and Australian air forces are cooperating in patroling thousands of square miles of land and sea. Total Of 250 Persons Registered In Dance School At College Enrollment for the country dancing school being held "at Texas Technological college closed Monday night with the registration of 250 persons, it Was announced in the office of Mrs. George Langford, head of physical education instruction i'or women. First sessions were held Monday in the course, which will continue daily through Friday night. Classes will meet at 2 p. m. and 8 p. m Twenty-four sets crowded the floor Monday night. James R Closiin of the El Paso city recreation department, who has taught previous similar courses st the colleje, is directing instruction His wife assists him. Clossin saic he could remain in Lubbock abou two weeks after this week if olhei groups wished to secure instruc tion. . Emphasis is being placed on Thirteen Leave o square dancing. Couple dances als are being reviewed. i ui n Rea r Admi ra! To Speak At Orange Launching . HOUSTON, Feb. 24 W—Rear Admiral Alexander II. Van Keii- ron, chief of the bureau of ships in • the Navy" department, will speak at the launching/ of the Everybody's Hero Continued from Sport Page NYU Drops Football (Continued From Sports Page) football looms large in the minds of the alumni and the undergraduate student body.',' The 32-man council gave Stevens and his four man coaching staff a vote of confidence and .praised the head coach for his efforts during the past eight years. JUDGE KNOWS HORSES FORT WORTH. Feb. 24 (U.R) — The fat stock show will have a judge who knows horses. He is "Jess L. York, who has spent most of his time on West Texas ranches, starting 30 years a when he was breaking horses on the Dave Trammel ranch near Sweetwater. He will judge stock horses and their contests. vjciy New shipment of the Ladies Official Red Cross Workers' Uniforms . . of fine white poplin, with the blue cuffs, ond blue shculdsrettes . . son- • fortzed shrunk. . . . all sizes 2.98 just training. However, Higbe has finally relented and will leave.for Havana tomorrow. Nobody seems to know just what to expect of the baseball race s, although everybody is picking the Yankees again. The Dodgers have a bunch of old men and are going to be tough again, as not many of them will be joining you fellows right away. You knew about Hank Greenberg and Hugh Mulcahy. of course. Bobby Feller is in now, too, which means the Indians aren't in. Aren't in the first division, that is. Joe Louis had another fight. Against Buddy Baer, and it lasted about as long as a. sneezing spell. No need to. tell you who won. There's another dark-skinned fighter around who is going great guns. Name is Ray Robinson, nicknamed Sugav. He just won his 117th straight fight, including his 28th as a pro. He's sort of a light welterweight, and he'll be a champion one of these days. We've had some fine track meets. Les Mac-Mitchell has been winning right along., and there is talk that he is going after Glenn Cunningham's mile record of 4:04.4 in the Dartmouth track. You remember that Cornelius "Warmerdam, the coast pole vaulter? Well, he came back east and they've practically had to raise the roof for him. Went up 15 feet. 7 and . a fraction inches. Ben Hogan still is doing all right on the winter golf tour, and Porky Oliver, who has been^ in the Army about a yeart isn't doing so badly, either. He just won himself a wife, an Army nurse. Well, Joe, this might give you a sketchy idea of how things are going. We're thinking of you always, and know that every record ever made in sport is strictly bush league to the one you are making every .day. A transfer agent of the Texas prison system removed 13 prisoners from Lubbock county jail Tucday afternoon for transfer to the Huntsville penitentiary. Only four had been convicted in Lubbcck county. They svere Charles Royalty and Preston West, each given five years for armed robbery; Wayne Bivens, two years for burglary, and G. C. Burke, two years for theft. Others Brought Here Heesa Jackson, 52-year-old ne- gro who was arrested here last week in connection ^with the shooting of another negro, was returned to the penitentiary as a parole violator. Mildred Kuykendall, 35, negro woman, is charged with murder in the shooting. Willie Lambert, 28, and TMimmy Leroy Pinnick, 20, who robbed the Sudan First National bank lasl month and were sentenced to five years, and E. E. Haddon had been held here for Lamb county. The} also were taken. From Crosby ton" were brough four persons, Jimmie Jones, Joe Lewis, parole violator, J. C. Reavis and Joe Garcia. Jesse Gates, Hale county convict, joined the others here. David Williams, who. has a 99 Navy destroyer Aulick at Orange on Marc'i 2, it was announced today. Admiral Scratching Relieve Itch Fast \Y Relieve itching of eczema, pim pies, alhlelt's toot, scales, rashes _.._""* and other skin troubles. Use cool Van. Keuren will fly ere from Washington Saturday. Sunday he will inspect shipyards in the Orange area. Tom Abel Becomes Member Of 100F : Tom Abel, Lu'bbock county sheriff, was admitted to membership of Lubbock Odd Follows lodge by card Tuesday nigh'c at a regular meeting of the lodge in'the Myrick building. A committee lodge extended of the Rebekah an invitation to COMPLETES MAIDEN VOYAGE NEW YORK, Feb. 24 (#>—The new motorship SVA Jarl, completing a maiden voyage undei wartime .conditions, arrived at j Gothenburg today with a cargo of' wheat, oats,. corn and wool from 3 lien os Aires, the American Swedish News, exchange announced. lodge members to attend a pie supper and style show Thursday night. The women later served refreshments. Approximately 30 person's played games following the business" meeting. • . MUSCULAR RHEUMATIC PAIN •For'Quick Relief-—Rub On year setence for murder pending, will be returned to Plainview because, of technicalities in submitting his "commitment. ... Prescription. Greaseless, stainless. Soothes .rri- tation — stopsttchingqu!ckly.35c trial bottle proves it — or money back. Ask yout drufsist for D.D.O. Prescription. WEST TEXAS HOSPITAL STAFF OFFICE: Wc«t Tens CUnie 1312 Main Street CHARLES J. WAGNER. M. D.. Surjerr and Consultation SAM G. DUNN. 11. U.. F. A. C. S. Surgerjr. Geirito-Urinary Disease* Wtt. L. BAUUI1. M. D. Surgery and Diagnosis FREU W. STAXUEFER. .M. D. ROBERT T. CANON. M. D. • Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat ' Allerj, Uayfevcr IV. E. CRAVENS. M. D. General Medicine rtCNZIL O. CROSS. M. 1).. F. A. C.' E Surscry. Gynecolosy. Urolojj . O. \V. ENGLISH, • M- b.. F. A. ' C. S. ourgery. Diseases of Women' EWELL L. HUNT, M. O.. F. -A. C. S. Surgery, Obstetrics C. C. MANSELL. 51. I). » Dermatology and General Medicinr A. J. JENSOX. M. D. Obstetrics and Pediatrics .M. it. wATKiS'5. Si. D. Eye. Ear, Nose. Throat OFFICE: Stewart a Benson Clinic liu; Main Street ALLEN T. STEWART. M. D. Obstetrics. Gyneeologr, Surgery 31. II. BENSON, M. D. • Infants and Children K. C. DOUGLAS, M. D. General Medicine OFFICE: Lubbock National Bldr. CLVDE F. EL'KINS. JR.. 'M. D. Surgery. General Medicine C. J. HOLLINGSVVOKTB Superintendent HAZEL B. EDGERTON. R- N. Director of Nursing « Serving U. S. N»TJ QPTQMETRIC CLINIC Dr.MillimJ DP AltENR. HAMILTON DR. HARRY J, SMITH MYRICK BUILDIJJG LUtfBOCK • .Let us help you with your-Spring moving problems. You can rely on us to. handle your household goods carefully. We take pride in quick, safe service. And our rates are low! Lubbock Transfer & Slorsse Co. 701 - 10th St. Dial 5715 ow you can help save telephone lines needed for vital war calls THIS CITY speeds it* part in the war effort, more telephone users here are making more telephone calls than ever hefore. That's fine. We're glad that telephone calls help speed defense. By all means malce all that are needed to get this vital job done. But please retnemter that telephone calls travel en paths of copper. And much of the copper, rubber, aluminum, and other vital materials ordinarily used to expand the telephone system to handle a mounting flood of cslls must be diverted in vast quantities for the manufacture of planes and tanks and guns. You can help save copper for war needs, therefore, by so using your telephone that greatest efficiency is obtained from telephone wires, cablen, and switchboards already in place. Here's How Yon Can Help !• When asked to take a party line, pleas* remember that in sharing the line you aie helping conserve copper. Also, you are helping to make telephone service available for others i\ho need it. 2. If your social telephone calls can wait, it would help if you make them .outside the rush hours. The telephone system here carries its heaviest load of calls—many of them defense calls—from 9 to 11 in the morning. Spreading this load will help save equipment 3» Alway* look up the correct number. You will save time for yourself and avoid tying up lines and switches needed for other calls. 4« Dial carefully. This will save you time and trouble, and indirectly will save needed metals for America. Errors in dialing lie up lines mid switches made of vital materials. «>• Between 7 and 8 p.m. many soldiers and sailors are talking with sweethearts, wives, and mothers back home. If not too inconvenient it would help and you will gel faster service, if you make your evening long distance calls AFTER 8 p. m. Your cooperation will help save matt- rials, and help make present telephone equipment do a better job of speeding messages of war which must go through as quickly and as surely as it is possible for human beings to handle them. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE

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