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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

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>AGE • SIXTEEN* Lubbock, Tcxos, Friday, March 6, 1942 Oicl 4343 For The Avalanche-Journal Offices Genuine brown alligator patch with beige li'nen underlay . . . also brown end white \? Genuine tcast alligator . . . very casual and smort 10.95 This Tramp - Along comes in genuine toast alligator 10.95 PASTEL PLAID SPORT JACKETS In a very new number . . . sporting 3 pockets and every color in the rain- bow . . . wear-with-everything blends with every color . . . featured at 5.95 A NEW ARRIVAL • IN SLACKS for ladies . . . smtjll check weave mixture with large gouchco pockets outlined with attractive nail head trims . , , ,,. .5.95 PLAID SPORT SKIRTS In a brand new number . . . colorfully bfended pfaids with different shades predominating . . . featured, ct ., 2.95 SPUN SPORT SHIRTS for ladies . . . wear thorn with your sleeks, skirt, slack suits, sport suits, etc. ... a wearable tuck-in style ... in car.ary, dusfy rose, pampas green, American eagle geld end othsrs. . . priced .' 2.29 JUST ARRIVED c clever new Scales' Siack Suit . . . tailored by American Spectator ... a tuck-in style with long sleeves . . , saddle stitching in cbundnnce . . . of a heavy spun twiil . . . fits very flatteringly] ... in blue, beige, rust, green and gold 10.95 Number Of Mentally 111 In Jails Declines Since January ~ Victims Of Poisoning By Carbon Monoxide Are Recovering John Mikulastilc of Tyler route 4 remained satisfactory in condition at Lubbock General hospital Thursday night, after receiving treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning which overcame him and another occupant of a truck at Thirteenth street and Avenue F shortly before -9 o'clock that morning. The other occupant of the truck, Arnold Murphy, recovered when removed from the truck into the fresh air. Drove From Temple The men owners of trucks loaded with posts, had driven here from Temple and stopped their trucks an hour before dawn near the lumber company at which they planned to sell the posts. Police were called at 8:44 o'clock and told the two men were unconscious in the truck cab. Don Reeder called city firemen and; Mose Hood, first aid specialist of the fire department, went to the scene. The men had left the motor running and the heater on while they waited for time to deliver the posts. 1340 On Your Dial KFYO Program Avalanche-Journal Station Mexico City will open 10 modern public markets and if these prove successful will establish 290 more. mrr»"T»> I NEW Rhinestone service pins for the ladies who have a son, htis- \ hnnri nr KrrjtKer service . . . o small _rhinestone cov e r e d bar with one, two or three stars in the design ... a smart way to honor YOUR ser- , vice man SI -/ fRlDAY. MAR£Ii 6 Mornlni; 6:30 Blu« Blizers 6:45 Checkerboard Time 7:00 Soldier Boys B'~'.a\ t 7:30 Newscast (TEN). 7:45 The wo'/ld Tooay 1:50 iDterlud* 7:55 Snoop ino Scoop 8:00 Melody Boyi 8:15 Rhythm Five S:25 Hfarfllr.es 8:30 John Klrby Orch«str» f:4S Eons of Pioneers 9:00 fashions New 9:15 iVbat's Doing Around Lubbock 9:30 Jerry Se«r'« Nev MuMc 9:45 Belter Vision Tali »:50 Inter'ude 10:'JO Newscast 10:15 Al Duffy'i Quartette 10:30 You Ask Em — Ws Answer Em 10:45 Your Organ Stylist—Bern!* HoveU 11:00 John Hughes MBS 11:15 Neighbors TSN 11:30 Music in the Morgan Manner Allernooft 1J:00 Drus Store Cowboy* 13:15 Let's Go America 12:30 Brunette Harper 12:45 Newscast l:M Liar's Club 1:10 Modern Melody Trio 1:30 Auction Broadcast 1:45 Surplus Marketing Program, 2:00 Frankie Masters Orchestra 2:30 Tunes by Tbornblll 3:00 Jimmy Wakely's Rodeo Boys 3:15 Markets 3:20 Interlude 3:30 Johnson Family MBS 3:45 Boake Carter MBS 4:00 Quartette of Classics 4:15 In the Future MBS 4:30 -The Monitor Views the Nexs 4:45 Captain Mid-Night 5:00 Richard Eaton—Commentator—MBS 5:15 Shades of Blue 5:30 Talks on Timely Topics 5:45 10-2-4 Ranch Erentiic 6:30 Fulton Lewis, Jr. MBS • 6:15 Brass Hats 6:30 Local News 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:20 7:25 7:30 3:00 8:15 S:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 Movie Roundup Newscast Movie Revue Interlude The World Today Lone Ranger (MBS). Johnny Long's Orchestra Siegfried Wagener MBS Varieties at Swing Dancing Party Uncle Pam Entertains Cab Galloway's Orchestra MBS Dick Stabile's Orchestra Billy Keaton's Variety show MBS Sign Off. Total 01350 Awaits Removal AUSTIN, March 5. tfP) — The number o£ mentaly ill persons lield in Texas jails pending trans- ier to state institutions for treatment continues to decline, Weaver Baker, chairman of the State Board of Control, said today. He estimated that about 350 were so confined currentlv as compared with 700 in January. The reduction was effected without constructing additional institutional facilities, which long been badly overtaxed. Baker also disclosed that 21 applications • have been presented federal priorities officials seeking to get under way, a huge construction program which would provide for 1,200 additional patients. The last legislature appropriated $3,000,000 for this purpose. Loaded To Gunwales "I don't know what \.ill be the outcome of the applications," he sad, "but we now are loaded to the gunwales. "Although badly crowded, we managed to transfer many patients from the jails since the first of the year. We felt that the worst care m the hospitals was better for a patient than the best in the jails, because in a hospital the patient will have the attention of trained doctors and attendants." The state is experiencing difficulty in obtaining suitable attendants, Baker added. "The war is primarily the cause, but another is the sralp of salary and lack of security in positions," he said. New Home Juniors To Stage Ploy Tonight "Pleased to Meet You," a junior elsss play, will be presented at 8 o'clock tonight in the New Home .school auditorium Co raise funds for the junior-senior banuet. Miss Rosa Renfrew, teacher, is directing the play. Cast members are Norma Thompson, as Mrs. Bixby; Wayne Malcolm, Mr. Bixby; Estelle Perry, Betty Bixby; James D. Smith, Elmer Hicks; Dwjght Tovmsen, Archie Pomroy; Catherine Kornegay, Ruth Ad- TENDERS RESIGNATION AUSTIN, March 5. (fP)— Se-.iator Claude Isbcll of RocksvcS! today tendered his resignation from the Senate to Governor Coke R. Stevenson. He 'hap been appointed assistant state securities commissioner 'in the department of state. ams; Bernice Russell, Helen Maxwell; Catherles Hammons, the butler; Preston Parham, Howard Wills; James E, Ensor, detective; L. H. Moore, Grimes, and Wynona Izard, maid. A string band will provide music. TO SPONSOR SURVEY AUSTIN, March 6. (/Pj—Financed by a §220,579 grant from the Works Project administration, the University of Texas will sponsor a statewide survey of mineral resources vital to war industries. It was contemplated that from eight to 12 county units, or work projects, each employing a dozen workers, will operate simultaneously. The War Department has certified the plan. Havana, Cuba, has banned street car. and bus fare increases. 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