Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on February 26, 1942 · Page 8
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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, February 26, 1942
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gAtjt SiXTEEN—THE MORNING AVAtANCHB :it _ = us collection of nesv '... -C-''"^ ; • • u >*ra-fem;nir,e blacks end navy-, £itn white delicate frills at the neckline . also fir/to* . . . Among our "better glov« s " we feature SUPERBA end their "! Great Gloves," CARESSKJN Superba Gfove in block or white capeskin, plaid slip-on, pr. ..... -340 SUPER-LAVO SuperbV Gl^e 1* absolutely washobie doeskin, beige, white ond block. poir white end block 4.93 ' • = ====^J=^^ Dial 4343 - ' \ Rulings Hande^pownBy^Ss Supreme Eiirl rOrnw Dprkinn \. *..~:—-• , .-.- : ~- ~— —: Former Decision Is Reversed AUSTIN, Feb. 25. WJ--A broken back musicians and entertainment, a collapsed bridge and injuries received Jn a theater entered into cases ruled on today by me supmere court which also reversed its own 'previous judgment lease cas^^ *"* C ^ °* The reversal occurred when the f?™ n «'- rec ° nsi dering the litigation, affirmed lower court rulinas m favor of the Continental Oil company and others on recovery ?,,/ 3H ; a r re lease ' Ils Previous rinrf- me ' '° red til6 Gulf Pr °'"•*'"" company which claimed the acreage, ,_, c «tz Dissents The ruling was marked by the dissent: of Associate Justice Rich! n«mJr n l 2 O vho asserte d, without tomment, he concurred in the old opinion -written by the late Chief Justice C. M, Cureton and the fact Judge G. B. Smeldye did not sit m on the case because he had been an attorney for the Continental company. The high court granted a request by the City of Tyler to review lower court judgment Clara Belle Ingram, whose back was broken in a collapse of bleacher seats at the 1933 Rose festival By refusing to review the case the court left standing an appellant .court ruling that Standard Brands, Inc., must pay Lita Belasco and other musicians S2 063 fmvalleged breach o£ an oral contract \\-hereby -the musicians were to have furnished- entertainment a, the corporation's Texas Centennial exhibit in 1936. Review Denied A suit involving breaking down K "' rl state highway 25 in As An Expert Sees it- Behind War News Bv KTRirr. T cTimr.^... Reports that the Russians have cracked the Staraya-Russa pivo of German lines just south o Lake Hmen and have advanced ii the Smolensk sector, 2:iO* miles farther south suggest that the K t a 1 i n counter offensive is rolling again in high geai-. A Nazi „.„„„ at Staraya Russa has been holding up for many davs what has appeared to be the cutting edge,of a vast Russian squeeze play By KIHKE L. SIMPSON World Wat Analyst aimed at lopping off the whole Nazi left flank. If Staraya n county -must be retried the court decided in declining to review the case and leaving in effect an appellate court jud«- ment ordering a new trial the KIRKE SIMPSON has wien before Russian troops who claim they have smashed a three-division Gwman army m that area, the direct road to Pskov junction key B a »£ ri Jlt n i, CO ™ munications on th = tr. / ' 1S ° pen ' A Naz « retreat from Leningrad will cer . in order if the road cannot be promptly blocked. It was through the Pskov-Por- KOV gateway . that the Germans the south " ' moat to Leni »- tie front north of Smolensk to the rsaitic, , f I * n P° r tant Junction .Starya Ru5j a itself is an important rail and road junction. A frn * ,l yst< ; m leads northwest around the lower shore of Lake J£ Shimsk where jt '>*&the main communication T l ' ting Germa " f orecs Novogorad. Another 40 ? to £nimsk w ° f° rces along the h { csl and northwest wm,w wes vi?at r e Possible - although that vital German junction still j s more than 100 miles distant from " kn ° Wn RllSsian i '-7 th a Red drv « 50 miles of Smolensk the operation Block Is Leased n ' ae ad sued Roy and Roscoe Dickev f or damages growing out of their alleged negligence in driving a t'-uck and trailer onto the bridge which ' H eon contended the state should not have Permitted _ the bridge to become unsafe and declared another truck had driven onto the structure at the time of the collapse. In refusing to review the case, NEW New shipment of 3-woy founge pillows ... of satin, silk faiiie, heavy cotton Jamask and chintz • . prices from 1-49 to 2.29 .e Russian-Esthonlan' Z£iS£ Forces Outflanked Once through the Pskov gateway, the Nazis outflanked Russian £™J?!._VL the Vth holding the =»- eaes the Baltic shore line. A Red retreat into Leningrad was forced " , drivc to break rail and road communication between Leningrad and Moscow followed. The first Russian effort to raise the Leningrad siege came last ar Staraya Russa-Pskov alon alon -ained h ? amed headway. Last Sept 16 nowever, Hitler announced it had been smashed. He said nine Rus S ' a " d »-«ions had been destroyed Jnd more than 50,000 prisoner taken m the Staraya Russa " a ea That defeat gives the Russian victory now in the same sector special meaning f o the R£, ^ n \° yl Any such Nazi disaster a" Mos' cow rcpol . ts there could quicWv alter the whole nature of the'bS , f P" b H Mai . wpheitl lower court g aismissing a damage suit Con ho y Tho V i J ° rda T n against »'« conclio Theaters, Inc., a Tom Green county trial court™ ed out the case after the theaters 'n d 'i h - C St ,^ UlC ° £ 'Cations: oroon claimed his wife had b°en njured June 16. 1938, and filed Nov. 28, 1940 FDR Says Aid Cannot Be Sent MacArthur WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 .7P, _ Supplementng hs speech of'Mon- d ,f : lf?f? ttI> Ji c?idcnt Roosevelt sa?d - \hl» i f day fhat U was ''moos- o ron° n et a ! l " craft remforcements o Gen. Douglas MacArthufs army n Bataan peninsula. • J _At_ aji press conference, a repor- .Vt v,% lcu Lu " is B «cntion a dis- ' if A large block, comprising more than 22,000 acres, has been assembled in- southeastern Gaines and northeastern Andrews county by JJulirman Petroleum corporation, it was announced Wednesday by Fred H. Fuhrman, Midland, president of the firm. Fuhrman has taken 10-year commercial leases on the acreage which lies in leagues 307, 308 and 310, Ten-ell county school land; leagues 311 and 312, Gaines county school land; and leagues 31U a?id 317, Partner county school land. Most of it is in southeastern Games. F. Postelle, Odessa, No. 1 .... S. Doss, Seminole, eastern Gaines wildcat test near the south edge of H. D. Mackenzies lake, is drilling below 3,550 feet in anhydrite. J Several miles east of Lubbock, J. R. Sharp.and associates' No. 1 T. A. Holman is drilling below •i,i9o feet in lime. Well Is Completed Two miles south of Slaughter field production in Terry county George- P. Livermore, Inc., Lubbock, NO 1 J..E. Mabee ct al is drilling below 8=s-inch surface Pipe cemented at 248 feet with 110 S3CKS. In the Cociu-an county sector of the Slaughter field, Devonian Oil company No. 12-B-19 Du™an was completed for daily potential Bad Fishing Proves Lifesaver For Pair SANTA BARB AH A/Calif Fell 25 W-John Beard, Ms 11-year old son and E, C. Fitzgerald found a school of throw-back size porch nibbling at their hooks so thev decided to quit fishing. y They picked up and left—min utes before a shell from a n enetnv suomanne splintered the where they'd bean sitting flow of 1,031.20 bar;:els of oil aft er acidizing with 12.50U gallons ai" total depth of 5,072 fett Brown lime was topped at 4,090 /eef by Ray A. Albaugh, Lapiesa S?- d ,, Rl| i hrn K 0nd D '-»»nc • company Midland, No, 1 Mrs. KatherPne Weaver Rose, Dawson county wilacai west of Lamesa. Jt "wrf dn led to 4.180 feet in'anhydrftj and lime at last reports. Julue Test In Briscoe A deep wildcat test in Bri= COP county, Phillips,. Petroleum ;. 1 , sr low l.aao iect in red beds . A "' CSt off! *t to the discovc ullerlon No. 2 Wilson, is drim anhydrite below 3,365 feet » countered Yate;! sas from 3115 3,u 3 feet and blew ou t at tl,* alter point with 6,900,000 cub r feet per day. FullcHon No 3m on, north offset to the discovert s reported to have . The president replied that anyone. could tell him how a bomber was to be gotten in there, thTy would certainly have it Someone suggested it could be on 'TvhiV 3 ? d thC P , resid5 »t «ked Annth ll Was fo be landed. «S Ih er corre spondent inquired whether a Navy bomber could not alight on the-water and the presi- den * <} ucst joned whether, if Pso t could last for very Borger Ships Out 40 Carloads Of Srrno. BORGER, Feb. 25. wCover 40 carloads of scrap iron and mcta have been shipped from Borger by local scrap dealers since the beginning of the year. Twentv- tnree carloads went .to mills in January, aggregated 1,150 tons; 10 carloads or about 950 tons! have gone out thus far this month.! 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 New for Spring You II go "oil-out" for Pursuit Stapes ... and you'll go all out for many other smart Spring patterns m Interwoven Socks, just arrived . . . featuring new colors and patterns in Interwoven "Regulars" Interwoven Nu-Tops ... and Inte'r- woven Hi-Lo Anklets . ; . When you buy, you want to buy something with the quality you can count on. You want f/io necrf- thing. Your guests want the reo/ thing, too. Coca-Co!a is fhe real thing In refve:ihment...with the quality of genuine goodness. 1615 Texas Avon.* trust its quality COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO *rt*i V^r • COCA-coiA * f I. I 5529

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