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March 5, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 6

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"AGE TWELVE—THE MORNING AVALANCHE wet* A complete new shipment of colorful Arrow Shirts have Just been unpacked . . . included are all the important new trends for Spring . . . like all good Arrows they are sanforized shrunk, styled on the Mitoga form fit pattern, tailored superbly as only Arrow knows how . . . and of course they all hav.e one of those famous Arrow Collars . . . see all these new Arrows and replinish your shirt drawer with some of the smartest patterns ever. One of the loveliest of all Spring Woolens is ths Eotany Sheertex . . . the soft sheer texture makes them very easy to sew ... the soft pastel shades make them easy on the eyes. . -and they have the crushable quality you Just "love to fe,el" ... all are 54 inches wide, fully sponged and 100^5- pure virgin wool in nut brown, peanut butter, tropical sky blue, petunia, pampas green. Ecck to the be-ribbcncd, fas-ruffled styles cf your school girl doys ... the camisole topptd slip to wear with your sheer blouses . . .the pettiskirl !o mate with separate camisoles . . . both are of Radio, that soft shrnnmering rayon fabric, and edged at the hem with a bewitching ruffle of lacy sheer exotiquc . . . whish them in soap ... no ironing needed except a pit pot here and thers to fresher, the ribbons end ruffles... .oil sires... s!-."i end regu'ar lengths. SLIP 2.93 FE7T1-SKIRT ,... 2.00 OTHER, TAILORED SLIPS BY VANITY FAIR .2.25 . . ^ . . . y . Texas. Thursday, March 5, 1942 "Dial 4343 For Ttie Avalanchg-Journot; OfflctI T-H v <- Gtvfmtiikr Good! *M^«CWJ -W Axis Subs Reckless In Attempts To Spread Fear^ Recent Harmless Affacks Cited By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER Asociated Press Staff Writer WASHINGTON, March 4—The Navy's effectiveness in maintaining ocean supply lines despite enemy counteraction was credited today with driving the Axis powers to rasher tactics in their submarine campaign to divert U. S. tleet units to home waters. Naval experts said the enemy ?eemed to be growing more reckless in attempts to create a panicky fenr o£ coastal raiding activities here and in Latin-America. They cited as an example the shelling of Mona island, off Puerto nico, where there was no conceivable military reason for the enemy to waste a shell or risk a ship. Aware Of Increasing Flow Both the Germans and Japanese must be fully aware, it is said, that the steadily increasing flow of American munitions to the battlefronts in Europe, Africa and Asia will have to be broken up this spring and summer if the Axis nations are to prevent its becoming an overwhelming flood of defeat for them. One means of accomplishing this would be to force such a popular .demand" for unlimited coastal protection in the Americas that the navy would be compelled to give up some of its offensive patrol and convoy duties for purely defensive activities in this hemisphere. Into this strategy of panic, authorities here fit the current wave of U-boat attacks off the Atlantic coast, sporadic submarine assaults on West coast shipping, the shelling of oil centers in California and at Aruba, and the bombardmenl of Mona island. The three latter attacks, it was noted, gave indications of recklessness. The submarines which drew close enough to pour shells into Aruba, and Goleta, California ran a grave risk of destruction for relatively small immediate accomplishment. The sub which shelled Mona island, tourist and fishing resort and location of an NYA camp, could accomplish nothing at all directly except to show tha United States territory could be ombarded. Have Some Precedent Yet both the Germans and Jap nese have some precedent in na al history for their belief that i Tech ROTC Units Will Be Given Inspection Today By r oL Keyes Of San Antonio n Sampton Roads, Va., to fight off ' c Spaniards : v.'hercvcr they might appeal-. The other half hov- red off Cuba. Naval authorities say that gainst any other nation but Spain uch a strategy of dividing the orce might well, have proved dis- strous. But the ill-starred Span- sh fleet failed to take advantage f.its-opportunity and the United itates thereby escaped a first class naval disaster. COL. E. A. KEYES Appeals Court Proceedings »* SUPREME BENCH REPORT AUSTIN, March 4. (fp) — Supreme court proceedings: ; Application for writ of error refused: Lamar-Delta County Levee Improvement dist. No. 2 vs. Henry Arriving -early this morning, •oL E. A. Keyes will enter immediately im/j a' schedule for an all-day inspection - of ihe senior ngincering 'unit of the Reserve Officers Training corps at T<L\as Technological collcfjc. Colonel Keyes, civilian components officer of the Eighth Corps area, of Fort Sam Houston, will b|i honor guest at a luncheon to be iven by Lubboek reserve officers at 12:15 o'clock in Lubboek hotel. Heview At 11:10 O'clock A review of the unit may be witnessed by the public at 11:10 o'clock this morning on the campus, directly east of ihe main engineering building. The reviewing stand will be made up of Colonial Keyes; Col. H. A. Finch, commander of the Tech R.O.T.C Capt. F. E. Hangs, member of the R.O.T.C. staff; Dr. Clifford B Jones, president of the college, an,c Donald Ree French, chosen by Lubboek Boy Scouts, as.their representative for the honor. Beginning at 8 o'clock this morning, Colonel Keyes will inspect first and second year basic classes and first year advanced class am will call on President Jones, besides making the review inspection. This afternoon .he will inspect the second year advancec class, practical demonstrations b> all classes, and the military buiid ing and facilities and governmen equipment. _•' Gordon, Lamar.. Applications refused for Another Unit Established Although another unit of th want i R.O.T.C.. established the' latter of merit: Henry Coulrot, trustee vs. Ralph R. Harrison et al, Nueces; W. C. Knox et al vs. Sabine Royalty cor'p. et al, Gregg; L. J. Vogel et ux vs. Walter Irvin, Inc., Potter. Motions for rehearing of causes overruled: Shell Oil Co., inc., vs. C. W. Houth et al. Jefferson; Meak Turner vs. The Texas Co. et al, Wichita. CRIMINAL REPORT AUSTIN, March 4. (U.R) — The following proceedings were had today in the court of criminal appeals: Affirmed-pW. M. Kindle from Collin county (three cases); Felix Drake from Collin (three cases); , • . , . , John W. Simpson from Collin anic can be created along the (three cases); Robert Toone from ,ast and West coasts they will Falls: Veldnn Alrvanripr fmm part of January, has not been officially recognized by the Wa: department, • it has made "excel lent progress" and will be given opportunity to show its progres to the inspecting officer, it wa said at the college. Upon today's inspection of the engineering unit will depend . it official rating with the War de partment. t lt previously had re ceived "excellent" rating eac year. . . ' India's population has increasei nearly 60,000,000 in the last 1 years, according to the new census Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! .ar )iscussed Here Lubboek county automobile .ealers met with the Lubboek lounty- Rationing board at a undid.. meeting in Lubboek iotel Wednesday to discuss the aliening of cars during the next hree months. . J. Ray Dickey, president of the ssociation, presided.' Robert J. Allen. Chiirles Read and Edgar ace, members of the board and >'. E. Lavender, clerk, met with he group. Quota'Is 57 Cars Dealers have been alloted 57 \ew cars for the March-May quarter, approximately 19 pei month. There are 12 new car Isalevs in the county, including ..ubbock and Slaton. Persons eligible for new cars, it was explained, will be in the almost same general groups of persons eligible for the purchase of new tires, said Lavender after he meeting. Regulations have been received by the board for the sale" of new cars. To Handle All Rationing Lavender established an office m city police station. His telephone number is 2-1982 and the affice hours are 8 a. m. to 5 p. m The board will handle all ration Col. Finch Back From Tour Of Five States Col. If. A. Finch, commander of he, R.O.T.C. at Texas Technological college, has returned after a tour/ of seven colleges, in five states as the senior member of an army board w,hich examined candidates for regular army commissions. ' The board examined 34 R.O.T.C. cadets at Oklahoma A, & M. cpl- lege, Texas A. & M; college, University of Oklahoma, Colorado School of Mines, Colorado State college, University of Arizona, and New Mexico State college. The students, if approved by the War department, would receive regular Army commissions in place of the usual reserve commissions awarded . 'to those successfully completing the R.O.T.C. training. In its report to the IVar department, the board grouped the candidates in order of merit. American products received into Turkey in the first seven months of 1041 were valued at nearly S5,000,OUO. ing problems in the county. Seventy thousand pamphlets explaining the sugar rationing program have been'received by the^ board for distribution to the pub-' lie. No coupon books or other papers have . been received, said Lavender. Date for the starting of the program has not been announced. • •; they ave won much of their battle to eparate America and the Allies. One instance came in the Span- sh-American war. Harbor de- enses of the Atlantic coast were •ery weak when the war started and the people were so apprehensive of attack by Spanish warships that the .Atlantic fleet had ~tb be plit up. One half, knpwns as m 'the Falls; Veldon Alexander from Bowie; Floyd W. Henson from Potter; Odessa Haywood from Bexar. Reversed and remanded—Geneva TiLlerson from Dallam (two cases); Sandalio Trevino from Cameron; Frank Timmons from Panola; C. E. Bandy from Falls; Wardean Teakell from Hill. Appellant's motion for rehear- . . , .. „ *• i.^fjj^.jji* .*.*». u inuiiwji iVl J.t/4C«i lying-^squadron, ^was_ stationed mg overruled—Pete Houston from 'alo Pinto. AMARILLO REPORT AMARILLO, March 4. (/PI— Pro- eedings had in the .court of civil ppeals for the seventh supreme udicial district of Texas: Affirmed: J. B. Walker vs. J. V. Keeling from Liibbock county. Christine DeVitt et al vs. J. Lee ohnson jr., et al., from Lubboek ounty. .' *" Reversed and remanded with instructions: T. F. Morrow, inter- enor vs. Christine DeVitt et al., rom Lubboek county. J. C. Hawkins, intervenor, vs. Christine Der itt et al., from Lubboek county. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! 20TC Training To Be Available At Tech During Summer • In addition to other studies to be offered during the expanded summer school at Texas Technological college, R.O.T.C. training will be available to students this ummer. Col. H. A. Finch, commander of the R.O.T.C., said Wednesday afternoon that if demand were sufficient training would be offered to three groups, one of which would be comprised of those in the newly established R.O.T.C. unit open to students in all divisions. Incoming -freshmen could apply for training in that unit. The other two groups would be made up of students in the engineering unit reaching sophomore and junior standing at conclusion of the spring semester. The summer R.O.T.C. training, not heretofore offered at the college, will be in keeping with the expanded summer program enabling students to obtain college degrees more easily in three years from time o£ their graduation lor high school. Dr. Clark Enters Three Horses In Stock Show FORT WORTH, March 4 (Special)—Dr. V. v: Clark has entered three horses in the 1942 Southwestern Exposition and Fa Stock Show in Fort Worth March 13-22. The rodeo this year will again be a highlight of the show, with more than 200 cowboys competing for 522,000 in cash prizes offered bj the exposition. «r»«Al HTTHHn-" New shipment of fad.es' "BRUNCH" Cocts . . . the ?hrow- around-ycu \vrap for you lost breakfasters . . . tailored of colorful cotton prints . . . wrap- around fitted styles . . . flattering fiared skirt . . . very cute ond quite the rage. 2.98 r Many Laxatives, but few are Leaders! Of the hundreds of laxatives sold in the Southwest, only a few are best-sellers year in and year out One is BLACK-DRAUGHT, that ;picy herbal compound known to four generations as the "family laxative." Reasons .for its great and lasting popularity are not hard to find. It's agreeable and easy to take. But more important, it usually is both punctual and thorough, when taken as directed, and helps relieve constipation's bad breath, coated tonue, and other distresses. And the "tonic-laxative" element in BLACK-DRAUGHT helps to tone lazy intestinal musdes! Adv. WEST TEXAS HOSPITAL STAFF OFFICE: Wejt Tex*« Ciln!« 1313 Main Street CHABLES J. tvAGXER, at o. Surjery and Conmltalion SAM G. DUNN. M. D., F. A. C. 8. Sorrerj, Gcnlto-Crlnirj- Diieutj WM. L. BACGH. M. D. Sarrery and DUgnojli FRED TV. STAXDEFER. M. D. ROBERT T. CANON. M. D. • Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat AHerr, HayftTer W. K. CRAVEXS. M. D. General Medicine DF.NZIL D. CROPS. M. D.. F. A. a S Soriery, Gjnecolojr, Urolory o. w. ENGLISH, M. D., F. A. c ». Surgery, D»:zaes of TVoraen EWEIX L. RENT, M. It.. F. A. C. S. Sarierj, Obsleirici C. C. MAXSELL, M. T>. • Dermatology »nd General Medicine A. J. a EX SON. M. r>. ' Obstetrics and Fetfiatrlei M. n. WATKIXS. M. D. Eye. Ear, .Voie. TSro«t OFFICE: Slenart A Benson CUnie ISOi Main Street ALLEN T. STEWART, M. D. Obstetrics. GjntcolorT. Sorierj SJ. H. BENSON. M. n. » InfanLi and Children B. C. DOUGLAS, M. D. General 'Mtdicine OFFICE: Lobbce* NEtlona) CLYDE F. ELKINS. JR., M. D. Sorrery, General Medicine C. J. HOLLtNGSWOEtH Snpcrintendent BA7.EL B. EDGERTOX. B, N. Director of Nnrsinj » Strain? O. 9. Narj n WRinHIE-FREE'COLIHR I YOUR^DEPARTMFNT STORE" 903-907 Broadway • \

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