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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 7

Lubbock, Texas
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Tuesday, March 10, 1942
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j^-'v" V-''V. U:-:''"';>' '"• '•• - • !$"AGE'TWELVe—THE MORNING AVALANCHK Lubbock,. Texas, Tuesday, March 10, 1942 Wiel 4343 Tor Tht Avaldnehe-JournatOffJeet HE ccE'er t'-.T-ry Is j'eorrirvg <-:rr.i^'j TC-r C:! Trt iK'iUing Hosier ejj h.-nrs . . . fc-r £:;!«;• is rv?t |jc merry S - J'.3:vs r«c/ ...c''d *e''. e c.iie.T-t'cc 'C" yo'jr e'vYrn ~cry cc'crful Vttlf: crr^c!: 1 ^! •£>£> <#- ^ \ tre Easter Pcrice v.-rh th-s'i cress E'-iit. . .:r's r.e«r in cr-d O'_'t s'riri. . .' le'crh p-c'ts. . .i~c;!c stirchlr.^ . . . fEciy c pe-t cresr^ i'cc': S'jir. Tris rew >csn i'J;t end rr.rry c:-e;s, ere r~~i e>r> d:tp'c/ fcr Ecstsr. . . s'zes frc-r 3 tc 10. . .prices frc-r. 1-65 17 2.95 The Fashion Center For Young Society West Texas J " f cddlsrs in a brand new ship\ rr.ent. . .find rngm in our in- fcn'r d e D c r trnent. . . fcr 6 \in\f scift scrrr.enis with lacs and embroidered trirr.s. . . . 1.39 to 2.29 Hrle E=ys' Suits in c Ecsler shrprr.ent . . . inc! ir.g c o 1 o f r u! brcsc'clsi'ns, isers'jckers... short ilee-ves end cle- vsr "rr.c.iiy" designs that will make him the litt:= thct he is... sits frcrn 1 to 2 ,..., 1.79 Wl l/f u n n "' C= "" e4i .Mg/ T=r the Ecster Pcrcde . . . o nev/. shipment of these children's he's in o!! the cute new styles . . . s t r & ws, linens, pieces, dotted Swisses . . . -pslk b o n r. ets, holes, cclo's. cpen crcwns. ..ell fresh, crisp end c=i.-,ry ... 1.29 tc 2.93' •**">---"^.,: ^M•'' ittle Coats far tru ^ Hester Perec's ... in whites end ncvy . . . tci'ored in piques. . .c;e sizes frcrn 1 to 6 3.49 end 3.93 *.^ lips just like mcfhsrs . .little Ices trimmed styles . . . fitted to perfection. . .so proud she'll bs to wger cr.e. . .of rcycn crepes . . .lea rose end Wnite 1.29 to 1.69 d •*> a r d s srice os s k e t died in red caff cr falus calf 2"/2 to 12. . .'.4.00 S.ze. . .]2Y 2 ts 3 .. .4.50 A cdorful collection Cresses fcr the little (cr.6 Isrger gir'j, too, fcr {hot rr.citer) . . . i:cht, city bright cr.d gsy, of t/Oiistc;, Cirr.jjre;, ip-jns, 0 r i n * ed Chcllis, rcycn crepes cr.d p:c-es. N'.c^y lovely selections for tr.e mcny Ecster ccg hunts in tfie offing. . . .siiei. . . 1 thru 6 . .1.93 JD 3.93 7 thru 14 3.93 to 5.93 BASES ALL TO NAVY IK • HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured former barebal! star. 11 L&e. 12 He entered the U. S. naval servic* !.3 Auction. 14 r'^rm of "be." 15 Daub. 17 Saw vehicles. 19 JapE.-.:ese fish. 1 Answer to Previous Purrie 2-5 Tantalum 47 Ailing. <Bact (sr.-mbol). 43 Those who sit 5 Weight 23 Before- 5? North Africa allovrance 29 Measure of (abbr.). 6 Rapid. sres. 53 Iniquity. 7 Cloth 30 He vr=s z 54 Hav.-aiian bird measure baseball . 55Cociaii£sioas. 3 Sheltered J4 Tncse who pet 57 Puts in tune. 37 Festivals. 62 Sofa. 33 Behold! 63 Bars by •40 Scandinavian. estop peL VEETICAI/ 23 Cluster of fiters. 25 T/pe measure <PL).. 27 Performer. 29 Near. 31 Provided. 32 Pronoun, 33 Tee-letter ' : S.* 35 Measure of cloth. 35 Bushy clump. 39 Pieces in line. •si'-Nev/t. 42 Miner si rock. 44 I>az2lir:g H^it Labor Hearing Is Under Way Marked by introduction of s jarge numbsr of exhibit/;, a hearing by C. 'L. Person of V.'ashJng- tor>, D. C., ir-Bl examiner for ihe National Labor Relations board, was begiin Monday in ihe district courtroom on the second floor of the courthouse, end v.'hen adjourn- Georgia Fishing Boats Reported 'Hi-jacked' ATLANTA, March 8. OP/—"Zack |S. Crave; 1 , state comrnu-sioner <>t Natural resources, said today he had reliable information that in one or two instances commercial fishing boat? had been halted off ihe Georgia coasts by enemy sub- nririrjef, had their gasoline and oil "bi-iacked 1 and had been left .stranded. both of Lubbock, assisting. It was indicated the' hearing might last days. A number for three or ment cerce a; 5 o'clock the firs: ior T-'^CC i witneES was suli on the stand. i3 - witnesses are to b<? heard on « Aged. £3 Life guard (abbr.). &4 Coniferous tree- 1 Sun god. 2 Bones. 3 Optical orb. -.*> Pronoun. •S3 .Mathematics symbol. 49 indigo. 50 Fixed course, 31 Habitual drunkards. 53 Perched. • 10 Ream U'obj-.). 56 Right (abbr.). 15 Type cf, glove^ 53 13 Challenge. Guide's 19 Light knock. 59 Negative." 21 By. 60 Prefix. 22 Erbium 61 Steamship (symbol). (abbr.). place. 9 Orient. The case involves an attempt la=t year by the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen to aUegedSy orgariize the bus driver?, of the Te.ras, Xew Mexico & Oklahoma Coaches, Inc., into a group in order to negotiate wage and hour contracts and to bargain with the concern over wage*, etc. The board claims "unfair labor practices" on the par! of the company. To Continue ExEir.ination C. H. Smith of Dallas, a \-ice! president of ihe 3. R. T v.-ho i handles organization matters in [ this part of the country, \vas the j first witness. He detailed negotia- J tions involving attempts of com-1 pany employes to organize. Smith i completed his direct testimony 1 during the afternoon and \vas then {subjected to a severe cross- examination. Cross-examination was to be j continued this morning. i Bliss Daffan of Fort Worth, an j attorney for the board's 16th district, represents the board. V. Lee ilcMahon. also of Fort Worth." is assisting him. Dor. Chester is the court reporter for the board. Charles Smith. 72nd district court reporier, also is serving. Carl Callo\vay of Dallas, is attorney for the bus firm, -vith Jess C. Levens and W. D. Benson, jr., both cjcfes,' -t was said. • MIDWAY 1:800 Block Broadway FIRST TIME IN LUBBOCK —NOW- Farm School To Begin Today Ninety Men Needed For Air Raid Work KinolckkdV gay stars are gayer thin ever! Girbo plays twins, and Melvya lores boiii o! them! ; Ninety men—not ihe 30 origin- i i ally requested—".vill be needed lor LOCKNEY, March 9 (Special)' v °l'-a>teer non-pay jobs in connec- —A record breaking attendance is! predicted for a third annual farm : school sponsored by the Floyd County Land Use Planning committee to be held in the city auditorium here Tuesday snd "Wednesday, according to Ben Quebe, chairman. Program for Tuesday will include a v.-elcome by Jilayor C. Z. Reed of Lockney, following, group singing led "by Joe Reeves. M. K. Thornton. College Station, agricultural chemist of the state extensioon service, v.-ili speak on fertilizers and cover crops and H. E. Knapp. Rocky Ford. Colo., agricultural superintendent of the American Crystal Sugar Co., who speaks on sugar beet?. C. H. Meizger. Colorado, a potato specialist, will discuss potato culture. In the afternoon L. "L. Leatherman, Plainview, will talk on al-t falia and Cspt V.'iniield Hoi- \ brook, ' Plainview, manager of; uo - n «'""« - Warning system office here, it was announced I»!onday. 1*be men would serve one four- ; hour shift a week per enlistee, said Cspt. W. W. legge of the state ! highway patrol. Details of service cannot be printed, being a semi-military eec- ret. but enlistments may be made at the police station end Capt- Legse can explain personally to the "right persons"' what the setup is. "We need the volunteers right : a'.vav."' he said. Texas Land & Development Co. i •will talk on irrigation. F. L.'i Brown will preside. . j Hound table discussions will • feature the sessions. 1 BUT A Defense Bond TODAY! r WOMEN! — Tif<r*j irm or NEV/ New stiiprr.snf of 1c- diss Coi'ors ct this feature budget price . . . including many love'y nurr.bers in V- necks, round, scusre necks, yoke end plunge necklines . . . beauiifui fcces, fcg- cting, embroidery . . . . .el! priced . . S9c What dr> you do \vhen headache, nervousness, cramp-like pain, lack of energy and appetite, or some other form of periodic, functional distress begins to make you miserable? Why not do as thousands of women and take CARDUI? There are two ways to take it First: To help relieve periodic pain and discomfort, start three days before "your time" and follow directions. Second: To assist in building energy, strength, through increased flow of gastric juice which helps appetite and digestion, take it by directions as a tonic. \Yomen who use it both ways seem to b'e CAKDUTs most enthusiastic boosters. Adv. PH¥MHif Your sole protection lies in the skill of f t the Doctor who prescribes your Lenses NOW! For The Ladies- — A Swell Show! For The Men--- , Something Diifersnt) Three Nice Girls Trying To Get Along! --- 1WHICED WOMAN >«-Jti CONSTANCE ROiAND BENNETT-YOONG ROEERI RUTH STERLING • GORDON D£rtc;ec? by GEORGE CUKOR tfrrna; JOAN BLQHDELL Eisas BAr.XES • iiMl BUIR COLUMSIA PICTURE SPOHTLIGHT — LATE NEWS LATEST NEWS And 'INSIDE PASSAGE" Tues., Wed, & Thurs. FEATURE NO. 2 /RONALD REAGAN JOHXUTR-LYMYS JAMES STEPHEHSOX EDDIE FOY, Jr. ADDED COLOR CARTOON1 With George Brent And Brenda Marshall DIM 5715 Everything You Own—Insured Complete protection is yours, when you rely on us to Tnove your furnishings to suburb or distant city. Our many years in business, proves our dependability. Lubbock Transfer & Storage Co. 701 - 10th SL Dial 5715 FRL13™ S J1NX' PREVUE - 11:30 'Jf. ON THE SCHEEH •* *%*^>- OOCTOH OfMARWETSTRHT Thrills! Chills! V/iih Thealer in Complete Darknesjl CAN YOU TAKE IT? If you can. a 'JIHX PHEVUE BRAVERY PASS' entitling you io see a show FREE at some f u 1 u r e date •will be your reward! • PALACE • LINDSEY NOW! 3Sc 'Til 6 ud Abbott-Lou Costeilc LAST DAY! 9c and 28c 2 BIG HITS "TARGET FOR TONIGHT" —wilh— The H.A.F. is its casil The R.A.F. filmed it! Actually filmed under fire! -PLUS — "HAYFOOT" —with— WILLIAM TRACY JOE SAWYER LAST DAY! 9c and 23c "LOOK WHO'S LAUGHING" —with . Edgar Bergen Charlie McCarthy Fibber McGee end Molly f LAST DAY! °z and 25c "^ Joan Fontaine The aclress who won Jhe Academy Award on Ihis Outstanding Picture! "SUSPICION" —with— GARY GRANT LAST DAY! Sc and 22c "WEEK-END IN HAVANA" (In Technicolor) -K ALICE FAYE -K JOHN PAYNE -K CAHMEN MIRANDA -K CESAR HOMEHO NOW! 9c And 22c • TWO FEATURES • No. 1 "9 Lives Are Nat Enough" wilh Ronald Reagan Joan Perry Also "Jungle Cavalcade" wiih Frank Buck and Company TEXAN 9c 8 22c NOW THRU THUHS. BIG DOUBLE FEATURE IT'S A SALVO OF ROMANCE AND FUNF WILLIAM LUNDIGAN SHIRLEY ROSS Fury In The Forest! RICHARD ARLEN ANDY'DEVINE "MEN OF THE TIMBERLAND"

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