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. THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Friday, March 6, 1942 Dial 4343 For Tht Avalanche-Journal Officer Ipreasury Suggests Sales Tax Should Be Considered Only As "Last Jtesort" ^Measure Would Cause Inflation "• '.WASHINGTON, March 5. W}— The Treasury, seeking to head off congressional sentiment for a general sales ';ax as one means of raising $7,000,000,000 in new revenue, told the House ways and means committee that it should be considered only "as a last resort." Amplifying the opposition ex- pretsed previously by Secretary Morgenthau, Randolph Paul, his tax adviser, asserted that a sales tax -would have "a very inflationary effect." Hard To Collect "A sales tax is inflationary compared with income taxes," Paul declared. "But on the other hand, a sales tax is not as inflationary as borrowing from banks it has a direct effect on price ceilings." Morgenthau has proposed raising $7,610,000,000 chiefly through doubling individual income payments, greatly increased corpora tion taxes, and new and higher ex • cise levies. In presenting his program t< the committee Tuesday, the Treas ury secretary strongly urged tha no sales tax be enacted on the grounds it would encroach "harm fully on the standard of living," would make price control difficult, would stimulate demands for wage increases and would be difficult to collect. Brief Bits Of Local News Mr. and MM. Lloyd Croslin.of 2407 Twenty-seventh street are parents of a son weighing seven jounds one ounce born in St. Mary's hospital at 5:45 o'clock Thursday morning. Croslin is assistant county attorney. Regular Friday services will be conducted at' 8 o'clock tonight in Congregation Shaareth Isr a e 1, Rabbi I. Garsek said Thursday night. Services will be conducted both in Hebrew and in English. Sermon subject will be "Taking Stock." Sunday school is at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. V/htn Shallowater High school ex-athletes banquet at 9 o'clock tonight in the school gymnasium, 140 persons are expected to be in attendance. Lubbock unit of the Marine Corps league will meet at 8:30 o'clock tonight in the American Legion hall, said W. M. Ryan, president. Several new members are expected to be received. The league has planned a dance for Monday night. Rockwell Kent, noted author. artist and lecturer, will give a lecture in Abilene March 10 under auspices of the Abilene Museum of Fine Arts, according to infor- children and three great-grandchildren. The couple were born in Tennessee and came to the Southwest many years ago. Fred Stoughton of Atlanta, Ga., who has frequently been a student in the summer school band at Texas Technological college, lias been named assistant director of the Admiral band in Charleston, S. C., it was announced here Thursday. He has been in charge of city school bands at Atlanta. Mrs. Stoughton is the former Miss Allyne Arnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Arnett of Spade ranch. A 28-year-old man was placed in Lubbock county jail Thursday afternoon by Sid Hopping, Lamb county deputy sheriff, after he had served a jail sentence for a misdemeanor at Littlefield. A member of the sheriff's department said the man will face contempt charges in 99th district court as the result of his leaving the courtroom recently during divorce proceedings involving him and his estranged wife. He also assumed custody of their chile against orders of the court, th« official said. Garland Weaver, 34, who i: Tim Thio\/DC I ii u i uiv/fuj Get Long Terms It is reasonable to believe that the first few days or March, 1943, will be less significant to Manuel Garcia than the same days of this and last year. The 21-year-old Mexican and Luis Aguilar, 31, pleaded guilty of tire theft Thursday in county court and Judge G. V. Pardue, following his custom of making it uncomfortable for tire thieves, sent them to jail for two years. Just a year ago today Garcia entered a guilty plea to a charge he stole an automobile starter. He served a 30-day jail term for that offense. Cases Appealed The latest complaint charged chmidt, director of the Texas 'echnological college Art institute Outstanding examples of his ar lave been exhibited in this and ither countries. He has written 3 books and pamphlets and il- ustrated or decorated more than '0 books. Admission price will be or others, including tax. Inmon with burglary to commit murder of Jack Wall, walked into the sheriff's office Thursday and later that night had been unable to provide $2,500 bond for his release. He is co-charged with Bob Vaught, 27, in connection with the beating of Wall several nights Fair Winner Of Contest Prizes It was belatedly that officials o£ the Panhandle-South Plains Fair association learnnd Thursday that they won a couple of prizes in the Chicago convention of the International Association of Fairs and Expositions nearly three months ago. The local faur was placed third in the southwest region of the international association in the quality of its newspaper advertising in advance of the exposition ere last fall and in the excellence f its letterhead. News Is Accidental Discovery that the honors had een won was somewhat acddent- 1, officials confessed. When en- ries on behalf of the local fair vere submitted, it was explained, t was with the thought that they iidn't have a chance because of he quality of the competition, 'ossibilities of placing were cqn- idered so small that no inquiries vere made as to how the contests e out and, apparently, no notifications of the results were iven. The results finally were learned when officials took time to scan the mimeographed transcript, recently received, of the proceed- ngs of the convention last December. Quality Of Competition The quality of the competition, according to the report was reflected in the fact that the Panhandle- South Plains fair placed third in letterheads to the Mid-South fair theft of two tires and tubes val- -ued at $15 from O. C. Medlock. Jay Norris Norwood, 20-year- old Wichita Falls man, paid $50 fine and $22.40 court costs foi drunk driving. Judge Pardue or dered Norwood's drivers licensi suspended six. months when the youth pleaded guilty to the charge. ".'" ~Aiiother defendant had not been reported arrested on a charge of drunk driving. Five persons posted bonds for appeal of fines assessed in corporation court. They, with charge and fine, were: C. . C. Beene, parking car for advertising, $50; J. A. Harris and T. J. Samples, drunkenness, $100 .each, and Wayne Kirk and D. J. Schlag, violation of the plumbing ordinance, $15 each. Iron Freight Rates 'Are To Be Reduced AUSTIN, March 5. f?»—Reduced freight rates for shipment of iron ore from various Texas points to Houston, authorized verbally by the railroad commission early this week, will become effective March 16. ' The rate regulatory agency issued a formal order today stipulating these rates per long ton in carload lots: From Atlanta' $1.81 .Brady S181, Fry's Gap $1.34,'Gallatin $1.28, Jacksonville $1.28 Kildare $1.72, Llano $1.61, Rusk $1.36, Turney $1.31.. Over 4,200 species of flowers were grown in Europe last year. Fort Worth & Denver train No. 01 from Childress to Lubbock, vill change time beginning Sunday and with Monday's train, it vill arrive at 1 a. m., instead of 2:40 a. m. as the. present schedule calls for, R. E. Stroup, local agent, said Thursday. West Texas and Eastern New Mexico managers of Walker-Smith Co. wholesale'grocers, will attend an all-day meeting today in Lubbock hotel, R. A. Hall, local manager, said Thursday. J. R. Beadel of Brownwood, sales manager, is to attend. Lunch will be served at noon. Morlie B. Drake, editor of ihe Lamb County Leader at Littlefield, was in Lubbock Thursday afternoon. Drake-said Lamb county shortly would have a food stamp plan set up there, according to word from Congressman George Marion. J. L. Perrin, special representa tive of the out-of-school youth national defense program from th U. S. Office of Education, Wash ington, D. C., is here in connec tion with the program in this dis- f trici. Ferrin, W. A. King, area supervisor for the program, Ray Chappelle, head professor of agricultural education at Texas Technological college, and O. T. ilyan, area supervisor of vocational agriculture, visited several pro- ects in this vicinity Thursday afternoon. King and Ryan have aeadquarters at the college. King will accompany Perrin to Stephenville this week-end. Mrs. D. R. Perkins, 83, of Ros- j well, N. M., mother of E. M. Perkins, president of the Citizens National bank of Crosbyton, died Wednesday night at 10:30 o'clock on her 83rd birthday anniversary, her son 'said here Thursday afternoon as he and a brother, H. "W. Perkins, of Petrolia, also a bank president, were enroute to the New Mexico city. Funeral services are scheduled for this afternoon at Roswell, with burial there. The family has resided in Roswell for the past 37 years. Late in January Mr. and Mrs. Perkins celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary. Besides her husband and two she is survived by three daughters, Mrs. C. H. Hortenstein, Mrs. J. C. Dufo and Mrs. Lawson Lowery, all of Roswell; five grand- Civil Action Heard In District'Court Judge Daniel A. Blair and ury in 72nd district court were rearing the civil action of Caprock Lumber Co. against Lena E. Goodman and husband, James H. Good man, suit on note and foreclosure of mechanic's Hen Thursday afternoon. Meanwhile'a jury answered spe cial issues in the damage case o Charles E. Metcalfe against Ben E. Keith Co. favorable to the de fendant. Perhaps slightly more than $60 might be awarded Met calfe, a court official said. Judgment had not bean signec late Thursday. Jury in the Caprock-Goodman case was composed of Franz Hettler, C. F. Henry, Rufus Sunday, J. A. Elliott, H. L. Squires, Will Russell, W. A. Wilbanks, B. B. Vernon, H. G. Stokes, W. B. Shelton, H. H: Davis and J. C. Hill. Postal Receipts Show 16.5 Per Cent Gain A net gain of 16.5 pur cent in February postal receipts over the same month in 1941 was recorded at L'ibbock postoffice, Postmaster Amos Howard said Thursday. Receipts last month totaled $21,544.27, an all-time February high. Last year's receipts were $19,462.99, or $2,031.31 less. Daily average sales were $1,133, an increase of $160.76, or 16.51 per cent greater than in 1941. Receipts for the two months of this quarter were $46,705.62, compared with $41,139.63, an increase of $5,565.99 or 13.5 per cent for the two months of the quarter. TO AID SERVICE MEN . LOS ANGELES, March 5 (/P) — Soidiers and sailors who want a lift—but can't thumb one—may get a lift from the newly organized Service Motor corps. A campaign to recruit motorists to give rides to hitch-hiking military boys has been launched by the Automobile Club of Southern California and the Junior Chamber of Commerce. first, and the American Royal exposition in Kansas City, which was second. In newspaper advertising, the local fair was third to the Oklahoma State fair, Oklahoma City, and the Oklahoma Free State fair in Muskogee. A contestant in these two and numerous other events was the Texas State fair, Dallas which, in the competitions as a whole, won many, honors. NEW BUILDING APPROVED AUSTIN, March 5. (fP) — Construction of a new building on the University of Texas campus — a naval ROTC and Longhorn bane joint building—will begin in abou six weeks. Preliminary plans for the $45, 000 frame structures have been approved by the board of regents OF C.OURSt ITS AMAZING HCW MAM CRACKERS W£K£ AR£ IN A PACKAGE -..you SURS GEryouR . WOKTH.'" Economy...Mritfavf sacrificing quality! There ar« about 125 crackers Jn the 1 pound box of Sunshine Krispy Crackers!.. .Enough to last a good-siziid family for days. And these crisp, flavorful crackers are extremely usefu/'-for dinner menus, tea-time sandwiches, informal snacks. If you want an inexpensive, quality cracker your family will thoroughly enjoy, insist on Sunshine Krispy Crackers. BROWN CRACKER & CANDY CO., Distributors of Sunshine Biscuits in Texas The South African Government plans to spend $800,000 in aiding its fruit growers dispose of their 1941-1942 crops. MARKS HIS BEES FORT WORTH, March 5' (/P) — "Hand me the brandin' iron, pod- ner, while I got a rope on Queen, here." Queen is a bee. The roper is Bertram R. Olsen, who says his method of marking the honey- hustlers is a secret. Eight of his hives were stolen. Five of them, repainted to escape detection, have been recovered through the bee brands. He expects to have, the other three, any daji now. Buy A Defense Bond TODAYI ACCEPTED 76 CASES AUSTIN, March 5. (fP} — Furnishing legal advice to the poor, the Travis County Legal Aid clinic accepted 76 cases during its first year of existence, officials re| ported. WEPAY TOP PRICES FOR PRODUCE I Idaho 10 Lb. 27cl LETTUCE YAMS Maryland 5Lbs. 7 GRAPEFRUIT Texas Seedless 2 For 5 NICE CALAVOS For Salad f « C 2For ." HAMS U. S. INSPECTED MEATS Armour's Peppered, Hickory Smoked, Half or whole. Ib. FITS MY CASE PERFECTLY FORMER POSTMASTER SAYS ABOUT HOYT'S COMPOUND My Trouble With Constipation, Sour Stomach, Gas Bloating, Dyspepsia And Stiff, Sore Joints Banished By Hoyt's Says Lubbock Man ALL AMERICAN CUSTOM^. Auihorized Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTIIHG CO, Lubbock General Hospital Clinic Formerly Lubbock Sanitarium Clinic GENERAL SURGERY J. T. Krueger. M. D., F. A. C. S. J. H. Stil=s, M.D., F.A.C.S. (onto) H. E. Mast, M. D. tOrolosy) EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT J. T. Hutchinson, M. D. Ben B. Hutchinson, M. D. * E. M. Blake, JM. D. (AiiersT) INFANTS AND CHILDREN M. C. Overlon, M. D. Arthur Jenkins. M. D. INTERNAL MEDICINE W. H. Gordon, M. D. * R. H. McCarty, M. D. i • In O. S. Army Serricc. Clifford E. Hunt, GENERAju MEDICINE J. P. 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. Birdsong, M. D. OBSTETRICS O. R. Hand, M. D. X-RAY AND LABORATORY James D. Wilson, M. D. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN Wayne Heeser, M. D. J. H. Felton, Business Manager STEAK T-Bone, Porier-House, or Sirloin, Cut from Armour's Beef Dressed Veal Cut from Armour's Beef Dressed Veal Rump 29c Arm 23c Chuck 19c Shoulder ROAST Lb. 19c Shoulder STEAK Lb, 20c HAM ROAST Ll),2?c One more local resident praise Hoyt's is 78-year old Mr. Villiam F. Stark of 1924 Sixth I itreet, Lubbock, who states: am a former postmaster and a re- ired merchant of Yeso, New Mex- j co, and have lived in Lubbock j or the past eleven years. I was afflicted with constipation, sour j tomach, gas bloating, dyspepsia, j The suffering became almost un- >earable. My bowels were irre-1 gular, causing my system to be i illed with poison My whole body I vas one pain after another. My oints became stiff and sore, and even my neck was stiff all the ime. Due to weak kidneys I had to get up four or five times a MR. WILLIAM F. STARK night. My nerves were shattered, and I couldn't get a night's rest, ness and soreness in my joints The food I ate wouldn't digest, I are gone. Hoyt's is the greatest had no appetite I became very medicine I have ever taken; it fits run-down and lost a lot of weight.! my case perfectly; I take this op- Armour's Star, Machine Sliced, or Rath's Black Hawk, Pound FISH Boneless Sliced Cat Lb FRYERS Battery Fed, We dress them Lb 25c MILK CARNATION OR PET 3 Large...... 25c 6 Small 2Sc GRAPEFRUIT CHEESE 2 Lb. Box , 59c VEAL Cutlers, We Do Mean Veal Lb. WEINERS Skinless ^ pf Lb ..... 15c No. 2 White Swan CORN While Swan, No. 2, 2for__ PEAS Blue Heaven Early June . POST TOASTIES 10c Boxes 2 For , . . "I began taking Hoyt's Compound and now feel like a new man. I can eat anything without pain in my stomach. My food digests, and the sourness and bloating have gone. My bowels are regular, my sleep unbroken. Stiff- portunity to publicly endorse this great medicine!" Hoyt's Compound is recommended and sold by the Mark Halsey Drug Store and by all leading druggists in this area. Mail orders promptly filled. Adv. 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