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s I ; 'c£.Vjr. •;.. • •i.f-T.LV.-.-! -'••--> : THE MORNING AVALANCHE j-ubbock, Texas, Wednesday, Morch 11, 1942 . Stevenson^ays^Mbu^To Mexican People taf 4343 For The Avotonchg-JourngI Offloss Cattle Raisers Are Addressed EL PASO, March 10 VP>— Gov. Coke R. Stevenson of Texas today paid tribute to the "liberty-loving people" cf Mexico for their part in the resistance lo totalitarian aggression. Wearing high-heeled cowboy boots,' the governor spoke before the annual convention of the Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers association here, "Mexico could be the back door for enemy attacks against us except for the fact that the liberty- loving people over there .are actuated by the same love of freedom and by the same motives as ourselves," he said. Texs* At Forefront The governor characterized as sn inspiring event of "succor and friendship" the recent border celebration o£ Washington's birthday in Laredo, when for the first time in history troops of the United States and Mexico marched shoulder to shoulder. Touching briefly on Texas' part in the national military picture, Stevenson added "I am happy to report that military authorities say we are doing a good job . . . we are in the forefront of all the states in awareness of what must be done." Jay Taylor of Amarillo, association president, announced before the convention that he had recommended to the resolutions committee the introduction of a resolution demanding etrikes. .; an end to "I'm "sick and tired," he declared, "of reading of thousands of men idle in our • war industries while demanding an increase in wages of from §2 to §2.50 an hour. It's the damdest thing that ever happened in the United States. "This country faces the most gigantic job in its history. We all want it done, and it will be done." Taylor also urged cattlement to present to draft boards the cases of essential ranch workmen for deferment. "A skilled ranch foreman is no different from the foreman of a refinery making 100 octane gas," he declared. .He decried the public's expenditure of $300,000,000 last year for vitamins, which he declared could be obtained as well from increased meat consumption. i "Every third man in the draft couldn't pass Army physical requirements. They had not had the right diet. It's our job to teach the United States • what nutrition is." Twelve Convicted Of Liquor Law Violation _ The state obtained convictions Si 12 cases Tuesday in'county court. . Juries assessed fines in three oases of liquor law violation: •E. N. Redmond, $100 and costs; Beul Hinson, $200 and costs, and Leon Cook, $100 and costs. ; Other fines were given on pleas of guilty, all of which also were on liquor law violation charges J. C. Wright, about,45, was fin«d $125 and costs in each of four esses. Fines of $100 and costs each were assessed Harnp Collett, 56, and H. W. Bowen.r Callie Fisher, a. Slaton negro woinan, was fined ?25 and costs on a charge of main- Re/ieves HEAD COLD DISCOMFORTS comfort If you use Mentholatum Stapljr Insert Mentholatum In jW nostrils and massage your forehead and temples witt It This will relieve the sniffling. stufflne&s. nostrils, allay the sweU &>Er. itching redness - - --' bead—also tne necessity for continuous blow- Ing. Jars or tubes, 30c. MENTHOLATUM iBUYDEfEHSEBDHOSandSTAHPS , REVIVAL-Rev. and Mrs.*G. G. Asher. above, of Fort Worth, well known evangelists of the Church of God who are conducting a revival in the Lubbock church, Fifth street and Avenue G, each night at S o'clock. The Ashers-have been engaged in evangelistic and church work for 30 years and are widely known throughout the Southwest. They will be here for at least two and possibly three weeks longer, Rev. R. M. Nolen, pastor of the church, said Tuesday. Ballenger Rites To Be Thursday Funeral services for Dr. Curtis Murray Ballenger, dentist who died at 4:45 o'clock Tuesday morning in St. Mary's hospital, will be conducted in First Baptist church at 2 o'clock Thursday, afternoon. He had been a resident of Lubck since 19(17. Inlprment will be in Lubbock cemetery, said Rix Funeral home. He was an active member of the Baptist church, 'a Scottish Rite Mason, a. Shriner, was active in Boy Scout work, in dental research and in the dental association and was a charter member of the Rotary club, in which he had a 100 per cent attendance record. The club was chartered here Feb. 1 1921. ' He was educated at RockhLU institute and Vanderbilt university. He was born at Henderson, Rusk county. Moved Here Ir, 1907 After moving to Lubbock in 1907, he began dental practice at the southeast corner of Broadway and Avenue J. He later practiced in the First National bank building, before moving to the present location in the Myrick building He was married to Miss Vivian talning a nuisance. Gus Walker, a negro, paid S97.- 6a, representing $25 fine and costs m 'f a . cl > of two.- cases. Clarence liittlejorm, another negro, paid S22M court costs after "laying put" in jail $100 fine on a liquor law violation conviction. NEURITIS RILIIVI PAIN IN TIW MINUTIS S^Hi"!- ""V^Z V* 1 * of Sieuraztuni. " DEFENSE HOUSING PLAN ATTEMTION FARMERS E-- - use a" .FHA INSURED MORTGAGE to build or repair HOUSES BARNS, SHEDS, POULTRY HOUSES, SILOS and other farm structures. Farm Land can be bought or refinanced on this plan, also. Payments are made semiannually .or annually , . this loan may be repaid over a period of 20 years or in some cases 25 years Provide your family "wilh a modern attractive home without •waiting years to accumulate Ihe cash. FOR FULL DETAILS SEE BUILDERS LUMBER CO. 130S 4th St. Phone 7453 MOVE DIAL 5715 Everything You Own—Insured Complete protection is yours, -when you rely on us to move your furnishings to suburb or distant city. Our many years in business proves our dependability. Luhfcock Transfer & Storage Co. 701 - 10th St. Dial 5715 White, daughter of the late Judge T. J. White and Mrs. White of Coleman. He is survived by his wife; two sons, Dr. Murray Ballenger, lieutenant in the medical corps, United States Navy, stationed at Pensacola, Fla., and Dr. Felix Ballenger,. surgeon at the University of Indina medical center at Indianapolis, and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mamie Benton Ballenger, wife of Dr. Felix Ballenger. Dr. Murray Ballenger has been in Lubbock since Thursday on a 10-day emergency leave. Definite arrgngements are pending arrival of Mrs. White and information as to the time of arrival of Dr. and Mrs. Felix Ballenger. The only typewriters entering Egypt this year were from America. Seniors Called Into Convocation Friday A convocation of senior students in all divisions of Texas Technological college has been called for 4 o'clock Friday afternoon in the gymnasium, for purpose of preparing for graduate record examinations to be given March 26 and 27, it was announced Tuesday afternoon. The examinations will be sponsored by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement ol Teaching, said Dean James M. Gordon. They are being administered to seniors in institutions which are candidates for membership in the Association of American Universities. The examinations, which will test certain types ol! intellectual attainment of seniors, will be given March 26 and 27. At the convocation, President Clifford B. Jones will explain the examinations and will introduce Dr. Albert Barnett, who will have DALLAS OFFICIAL DIES DALLAS, March 10 <UPJ—Rob- ert S. "Bob" Quillon, 57, Dallas county paymaster and veteran executive secretary of the county Democratic executive committee, died today when he suffered a heart attack. Quillen was a native of Gates City, Va., and came to Texas 40 years ago. He is survived by his widoow and three daughters, Mrs. Al Strzinek, Miss Bobbie Quillen and Miss Peggy Florence Quillen. Buy A Defense bond TODAY) general charge of giving the examinations. SKIN SUFFERERS Free book by twelve authors telling how simple use of a prod net from the . earth quickly released them from the misery of Psoriasis, Eczema, Athlete's Foot Acne, ^Varicose Ulcers, Itch Poison Oak. Address P. O Bo> 5170, Chicago, 111 —(Adv" — •• __ Lubbock General Hospital Clinic formerly Lubbock Sanitarium Clinic GENERAL SURGERY J. T. Krueger. M. D., F. A. C S J. H. Stiles, M.D., F.A.C.S. (OrtW H. E. Mast, M. D. (Vroiogyi EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT J. T. Hutchinson, M. D. Ben B. HutchinrDn, M. D. * E. M. Blake, M. D <Aiierg y > INFANTS AND CHILDREN M. 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