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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 10

Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, February 27, 1942
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m$^m wyt.^r-A'#;'••: j> In Snowstorm iBy Tht Associated Press) ENID, Okla., Feb. 20 — Seven army air corps enlisted men rvere killed today in a bus col'ision with a Rock Island freight train that scattered 24 other injured along the right-of-way in a raging sno\v storm. . Two of the injured, all in a group returning from leave here to the training school base four iru'les southwest of Enid, were in a critical condition and ten others remained in a hospital. Dead Are Announced Capt. Calvin W. Hammond press relations officer, said the dead, all privates, were: Herbert J. Taylor, 22, Lake Kerr, Fla., Eugene J. Sanders, 26, Yoakum, Tex.; Vemon Ohnstad, 26, Georgetown^ Minn.; Robert W Walker, 23, Bay City, Tex.: Cyril J. Minarcik, 21, Chicago;. Eugene L. Underwood, 23, Rogersville, Pa., and John Ludlum, 25, Battle Creek, Mich. Critically injured were Staff Sergeant Ernest M. Shults, 25, Forestburg, Tex., and First Sergeant George Showalter, 40, Seguin, Tex. Driver Tells Story As school authorities and state highway patrolmen investigated the accident. Bus Driver Wendell T. Smith. 28, a civilian who al^o was injured, gave this account of the crash: "I had shifted into third gear and was slowing down to stop at the crossing but the road «•" *** slick from snow I couldn't stop". When I saw the lights of the train bearing down through the snow I speeded up in an attempt to cross but I didn't quite make it, "The train hit the back of the bus and turned it around. If I hadn't speeded up I would have landed right in the middle of the • track." State Highway Patrolman Carl F-ugh said the train ploughed into the bus about six feet from the rear and carried it 60 feet along the right-of-way, turning it over and scattering the dead and dying. One of the victims, he added was pinned beneath the wreckage Even the front of the bus was badly crushed. OLDEST SET OF BELLS The oldest set of bells in the United States is a set of four bearing the date 1682, which hang in the Moorish belfry of the Spanish cathedral at St. Augustine, Fla. ====^=—" •••••—^———- • .'lubbock. Texos, rriJoy, February 27, 1942 , fti" r'**a* e ; " -n. * • • . , 1 /^ •*--• i •==*=- _'L.-... Dial 4343 P«, Tl». Ayohmche-JQUMgHMfreeft Co^sMisfedMenKjJled InOklahomaBus-TraiiTGonTsionl Sw>"<. ~tx~ sources. (AP Photo by radi from Moscow) 'Little Steel' Opens Up Its Labor Fight WASHINGTON, Feb. 26. (ff) — "Little Steel" opened its fight before the War Labor Board today against the CIO's demand for a union shop contract and basic wage increases of $1 a day for the And Oookf industry's 182,000 employes. Today's hearing before a three- man' panel, was confined to a discussion of procedure. Actual fact finding hearings are expected to begin next week. Dublin reports a diamond shortage. according to official Moscow Do FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH. an improved powder to be sprinkled OB upper or lower plates, holds lalse teeth more (irmly In place. Do Hot slide, slip or rock. N'o gummy gooey pasty taste or feeling. FASTEETH is alKa.' tae inon-acidj. Does not sour. Checfcs .plate odor" (denture breath). Get FAS- TEETH at any drug store—Adv. War May Be Over By Time Soldier Gets Out Of His Jail Sentence CHICAGO, Feb. 26. (£>) — The war may be over before Pvt Dawn Cecil Taylor, 30, of Camp Bowie, Texas, gets a chance to fight. He was sentenced in criminal court today to serve from 13 months no two and a half years in jail for operating a confidence game. . Taylor pleaded guilty to obtaining 59,300 in cash and stocks from BANK BUYS ASSETS .DALLAS, Feb. 26. UP) — The First National Bank of Chicago bought the majority of the assets of the Illinois Oil company for $333,500 at a sale in bankruptcy here before Referee E. M. Baker. The First National held liens on a large amount of the property A few a 3sel5,incl tiding a utility Miss Geraldine McLees,~35, a foT^ mo;: Cascade, Icvva. school leach- ci, whom he promised to marry . Miss McLees, now ;1 Cn;«.*«o saleslady was in court to see the imaie 01 her romance. Lubbock Genera Formerly Lubbock GENERAL SURGERY J. T. Krueger. M. D., F. A C S . J. H. Stiles. M.D., F.A.C.S. (Ottho) H. E. Mast, M. D. (Urblogyi EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT J. T. Hutchinson, M. D. Ben B. HutchinsiD, M. D » E. M. Blake, M. D. (Allergy) INFANTS AND CHILDREN' M. C. Overton, M. D. Arthur Jenkins, M. D INTERNAL MEDICINE W. H. Gordon, M. D. • R. H. McCarty, M. D. <c«rd!oiogy) * IP P. s. Army Se.-rice. Clifford E. Hunt, Superintendent I Hospital Clinic Sanitarium Clinic GENERAi/ MEDICINE J. F. Lattimore, M. D. H. C. Maxwell, M. D. G. S. Smith. M. D W. A. Reser, M. D. J. D. Donaldson, M. D W. F.,B5rdsong, M. D. OBSTETRICS O. R. Hand, M. D. X-RAY AND LABORATORY James D. Wilson, M. D. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN Wayne Reeser, M. D. J. H. Felton, Business Manager v DAV APkATH <>LOGfCAL LABORATORY X-RAY AND RADIUM, SCHOOL OF NURSING DESTRUCTIVE It is estimated that an automobile traveling 60 miles jn hour is capable of doing nine times as much damage to property, people, and itself, as one going 20 miles an nour. supply system at Kermit, Texas, remain to be sold later. 7f'f(f!ipvt Misery of C "&&66$ SMhn TAB) ere * * n,f nj-irf •tdAPt^i 11QIKD. TABLETS. SALVE. KO.'.E BROP3 OPTOMETRIC CLINIC Dr. Miilnrd F. Swnrt DR. AtlEN R. HAMILTON DR. HARRY J. SMITH MYRICK BUILlJiNli LUBBOCK Relieves it Quickly When you have a bad night and * h .e next morning feeling er ^ and E en eraHy "all-in" let "BO" lend a helping-hand. "BC' offers extra-fast relief because it ingredients are readily assimilated Also relieves neuralgia and muscular aches. lOc and 25c sizes. TJse only as directed. Consult a physician when pains persist. word Warning signs have « meaning but not for travelers thai go via Santa Fe—because every feature of Santa Fe operations Is regulated to the hfghest degree of lafety. Be safe, and sure when you travel—step aboard a modern Santa Fe train—relax ai you ride to points nsar or far. z- m ^ (Santa Fe Ut m* do yo*r tn»»c »xompl«» of low fore* tKot it's not only wfe bt* ««>*«»weol to-trorel Sarrta Fa .- From Lubbock Jo CHICAGO _ _ KANSAS CITY WASHINGTON One-Way in Chair Car S25.00 $14.30 _S33.4 For travel Information aad tickets, just call— R. F. BAYLESS, Agent, Phone 4862, Lubfaock _ ~ * —• * •**•*•! oOO 43 LOS ANGELES . ~S25.45 (Federal Tax Extra) ~ , 30lt H. C. VINCENT WnlB General Passenger Agent Amarillo Texas TWO BARS LAVA SOAP WITH PURCHASE OF GIANT OXYDOL 55c Lady Esther FOUR- PURPOSE CREAM . 50c WOODBURY Face -^ A c Powder 55c Golden Peacock Bleach Cream ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Camp Supports Fitted by Camp Trained Women FREE SOcJERGENS ALL PURPOSE FACE CREAM with Puichaie of $1.00JERGEN LOTION *73C A$1.50Vafue /J ENAMELWARE CHOICE OF ROUND ROASTER DOUBLE BOILER 8-CUP DHIPOLATOH OH 3-PC. 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KENO CAPS FOR HOG WOHMS 100 for. . . .$3,98 GLOBE AVA-LATE TABS POULTRY TABLETS 100 for Sodium PO °- D Fluoride . . . 33c DR. LeGEARS Poultry Worm Powder DR. LeGEARS COW PRESCRIPTION 4Lb. - 80r._ 79C DR. SALISBURY CAN-PHO-SAL Inhalant for Poultry t One-HaH Pint * DR. SALISBURY AVJ-TON POWDER FOR WORMS IN POULTRY CORONA COPPERCARB. Five pounds . 7§c Copperas 10 Lb. !"•"»••• —•—•• To&acco POUNDS Oust 43c Dusting Sfigphu? FIVE POUNDS $ f" J i K ' V t ly

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