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March 11, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 6

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TWELVE—THE MORNING AVALANCHE •t- J. t 14- {Q95 and (295 You'll find that "extra" pretty dress you want for the Easter Parade among our new shipment of Janeiles . . . frilled lingerie trimmed navy or black dresses colorful eyecatching prints ... all created to flatter milady . . . expensively detailed to look twice their low budget price . . . see them all today. AT EASE you Moorer-at-hearr". . . we know that you'd rather be out en thz golf ccursa than in the office this time of tb* year ... we know you'd rather wear a Loafer Coat than a coat end vest ... so quit trying to hide it and come on in end get that Loafer Coat. Parksuede Loafer Coat (As Sketched) . . . lOOTs oil woof, 4-pocket Loafer Coot v . rancho stitched trims leather buttons, straight sleeves . . . c=!or in sand only . . . for-, featured at... , tf / * McGregor Loafer Coat Another feature coat ... it has rv<o largs pockets with the pocket openings trimmed in leather . . . co.-nes with a gay plaid fining. . .coior in sand. . . of 100% wool...priced iirj irty H itrrctAi NEW J New shipment of C Men's Long Sleeved f California Sport Shirts • . . tailored of tecca } wool or rayon . saddle stitched collars .which may be worn open or closed wJth casual smartness - . . in several colors featured at 2.95 Houston ion Candidate For State Comptroller AUSTIN, Alarch 10. (<F>—Clifford E. Butler of Houston, who received more than 250,000 votes in the campaign two vears ago today filed his name lor a place on the ballot in next summer's iJemocratic primaries as a candidate for state comptroller. •The filing was announced by Clarence E. Butcher, secretary of the state Democratic executive committee. Jusf More Good Used Furniture Values DINETTE— An extra good used Dinette /•« P« A « Suit -------------- $15.00 LIVING ROOM SUIT — Five good used living A-J^ fA room suits ---- <?<&4O" up BEDROOM SUITS— WB have Iwo exirc, good used Suits TABLE TOP GAS RANGE 10 New Slightly Damaged Porcelain TOP TABLES _ A*- AA $35*00 Damaged BLES _ $2.95 $3,95 $4.95 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE COMPANY 1212 AVENUE H. , March TVT942 Funds For War- Dial 4343 ForThe Avolariehe-Jourhal ISLAND CONTINENT HOREOKTAX. IStreet Csbbr.). 3 Depicted continent 11 foot (abbe,). IS Year (abbr.). H Bite off little by littJe. 15 Penny. ISSymbol for iridiiun, 17 Barrier. 19Souls. 21 MeadoW. 22 Sister's daughter. 2445hake one's head. 25 Correct: 27 Half an cm. 28 Crimson. 30 Long step. 31'Orthodox Mohammedan. 33 Mountain ' (abbr.). ,- to Previous Trade 35 Weird. .'" 37 Ray of genus Raja. 39 Music note. 40 Like. 42 Type measures. 44 Musical composition. <6 Father. 48 It sometimes is called the "Land Down . » 52 Sorrow. 53 Foes. 56 Mineral 57 That one. 58 Instrument. 59 Range. 61 Within. 62 Eastern state (abbr.).' 63 Preserve. 64An<f t (Lat.). VERTICAL 1 Its major city 2 Procession. 3 Symbol lor silver. 4 Invisible. 5 Vital fluid, 6 Double. 7 Sour. S Allow. 9 Insert, 10 Near. 11 Demon. 12 Swap, 18 Myself, 20Plunder. 21 Hawaiiao „ wreath. 23 Fissured. 26 Written form of mister. 29 Foods. 30 Guide. . 31 Owns. 32 Compensation, 33 Russian community, 36 Ite northern naval tase is 38 Microscopic organism. 41 Full of soot 43 Cured hog thigh,. 45 Compass point '46 Think. 4 7 Clock face. 48 Employed. '49 Perform. .50 Great Lake. .51 Lease. 54 Neither. 55 Period of time SB Mystic syllable. 60 One (Scot). As An Expert Sees It ind War News By KIRKE L. SIMPSON Wide World War Analyst Another step in United Nation ireparations to strike a crushing blow eventually at Japan's vital communications lines in the China sea has been taken, this time in China. An American Army officer. Lieut. Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell, in China as President Roosevelt's personal r e p r e sentative, has been named chief of staff under Gen. Chiang Kai-Shek, for operations on the iiiiiianiuiiMr m Chinese front. KIRKE SIMPSON And }t is in the , great eastern oulge oE China, south of Shanghai, hat some of Japan's most important land bases lie. These protect the Nipponese sea raffic which sustains the enormously extended threats to Aus- ralia and to India. May Be Plane Base The possibility that swarms of American planes may be based in China-within close striking range of Japan's Formosa stronghold nd of the teeming China sea war raffic is an alluring one Bracketed with widening Amerian naval sorties into the island- tudded "hornets' nest" of enemy ases in the North Pacific far west r Hawaii, the pattern of a future mo-American pincer squeeze on apans China sea conquest life me is obvious. A Japanese report says that Truk island, southeast of lost -.-._ and 3,000 miles west of Hawaii, was the objective of such n American sortie. That is un- onfirmed from any American puree as is the Tokyo claim of a Jnited States plane carrier sunk nd a destroyer fired Subject To Suspicion Truk is another of the many stationary plane carriers" Japan cvelopcd in preparation 1'or her v anton attack on this country '?. less than 2,000 miles due east the Pacific shore of Mindanao n the southern Philippines American naval forces which may be operating in that area of he lower North Pacific are roush- y two-thirds of the way from -[await to the Philippines. The apanese report indicates a task orce similar to that which wrought havoc with an enemy air rnnomg fleet west of the Gilbert lands. Like the Tokyo report of 3 frustrated bombing attack on Marcus island, 1,000 miles north of Truk m the Bonin group, the Nipponese account of the Truk episode is subject to suspicion. Both mirjht be designed to draw out information as to American fleet dispositions. Even so, there, seems every reason to believe that a progressive American advance westward in the Pacific is feeling its way island »y island toward one or the other China sea jugular veins of Japanese war traffic. The primary purpose still may be the necessity of. safeguarding American com- aced Employes Are Denied FDR's Request •" Is Voted Down WASHINGTON, March 1C. (*) —President Roosevelt's request lor federal aid to help war-displaced workers was refused by a House committee for a second time !h f y «-?, nd o tw ?, that "Us dead" now. conceded . By a vote of 7 to 5, the deficiency appropriations sub-committee a speeial 5100,. appropriation which anonnn 000,000 c w,, pl ' e l ldent "commended last Wednesday to 'provide jobs for 1 ? ! emporari 'y unemployed factories are converted from peacetime to arms product-ion • _.. Localized Problem The majority of the sub-com™ ttee was understood to have taken the view that the problem n« n a * ? ? .V? an area surrounding Detroit, that federal aid would involve special treatment for one class of workers and that state unemployment compensation funds are adequate to meet the situation. J-he ways and means committee three weeks ago refusd, 16 to 8 to authorize a $300,000,000 fund for the same purpose in the form of supplementation to the usual .payments. Representatives .. of many states opposed the Chairman Cannon (D-Mo) of -o o the apropnalions committee announced today's action and "commented that "it's dead-thaTs Cannon and Rep. Ludlow CD, Johnson (D-Okla), Snyder DESIGNATION IS CHANGED (UW T? ^ LA ? E ' March ">• (U.R)-The designation of Camp "Pni * C ° rn* Banged today from coast artillery replacement .training center" to "anti-aircraft replacement training center" in keeping with the camp's functions under an army reorganization, an anti-aircraft command" was formed under Maj. Gen. Joseph A Green Brig. Gen. G. De L. Car Waflace 1S Commander of Buy A Defense Bond TODAY1 munication and suprty routes to Au =J» lja and New Zealand, even =L T n J* throi| g h the Tasman sea and Indian ocean. Some route/and a .long and difficult one, must' be held open if American air power is ultimately to be brought to bear from land bases there against Formosa and Japanese China sea communications, even against Japan itself. of A!r S H nC f S f anly a first concern of Allied strategy in the Pacific Nevertheless, sooner or later it is obvious that a pincer squeeze on Japan's China sea traffic is in I^H L ng ' L ts - Westcrn jaw would land based in China. Its eastern cutting edge would be sea IS pL;r Ja P an S Fe h °rne!s' nest of mopped up* Permits Issued For Thirteen Residences D e t e nse residences accounted for most of a heavy total of $45,790 in building permits issued at the city hall office of Jim Reid, building inspector. Western Homes, Inc., received permits for five residences in 2600-block Thirtieth street, totaling $13,625.- H. E. Webb ar.d'J.. L, Badley ere contractors. Plains Housing company also received permits for five residences totaling $14,300, to be built in 2600-block Avenue K and at 1504 Twenty-eighth street. Ed Quinn; R. W. Walker and J. W. Glasgow, jr., are contractors. B a r f i e 1 d Lumber company, owner and contractor, will build three residences totaling $12,000 at 2511-13-15 Twenty-ninth street. The permits raised total for the month tc-.$130,082, for the year to $863,724.50. Thirty-six residence permits .issued so far in March have totaled $121,015 and 183 so far in 1942 have totaled $610,170. Mrs. W. T. Hughes To Be Buried Here Today Funeral services will be conducted in Sanders Funeral home chapel at 3 o'clock this afternoon for Mrs. W. T. Hughes, 83, of 10 miles south of Wolfforth, who died in West Texas hospital at 12:40 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Her death was the result of a fracture of her right hip when she fell last Wednesday. She was taken i" t 1 — ' : *-' »«• >— *•""_*-" «-y mv. nyoi-Mven *».»VIJU«J-. Rev. C: J". McCarty, pastor of Calvary Baptist church, will officiate at services. Burial will be in Memorial Park cemetery. Survivors -are four daughters Mrs; S. H. BaRer of Dallas, Ore • Mrs. S. B. Hughes of Savoy; Mrs. G. C. Riche'ivLubbock" route 4; and Mrs J. L. Gamble of route 4- and a son, Tom Hughes of Slaton. Chilean Rotary Leader To Speak Here Today After having spoken Tuesday at Post, Augustin Turner of Santiago, Chile, founder of the first Rotary club in that country in 1923, will speak before the Lubbock Rotary club at noon, said President Roy Furr. Turner, a resident of Chile 2(i years, is on a tour of this section. . The government of Chile has honored Turner with a special medal, given only to high military or diplomatic officials for extraordinary services to the nation. He is an authority on Latin-American affairs, having traveled over several countries extensively, studying economic conditions. In J936-37 Turner toured the world, visiting 22 countries. He spent a month in Russia, 80 days in India and some time in China and Japan. Dr. H. L. Kent and E. J. Lpwrey will be co-chairmen of the program. DIVIDEND IS 20 PER CENT GALVESTON, March 10 (/P> W. L. Moody, jr., president and founder, was re-elected .head of the American National Insurance Co. today. A dividend of 20 per cent was declared. Assets as ot Dec. 31 were ?100,694,198, a gain of $15,528,801, and insurance in force $884,261,702, a gain of $55,626,502. YELLOW IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS FOR FEMININE USE MARK HAISEY DRUG STORE WE ARE CONTINUING OUR DOWN TO EARTH HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR CARSiAKEN IN POLICIES ON USED CARS TRADE ON LATER MODELS LOOK THESE OVER 1940 Dodge 2-Dr. Sedan original grey finish, good tires. A-l mechanically. YOU'LL NEVER FORGET THE JO ANN SHOP'S 2ND ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES STARTING THURSDAY. 1941 Plymouth 2~Dr. Sedan Deluxe model. Beautiful maroon finish. Good tires. 1941 Dodge 2-Dr. Sedan original finish, maroon color, fluid drive, seat covers, excellent tires, low mileage. 1940 Dodge 4-Dr. Deluxe Sedan . blue metallic finish, seat cover « , clean as a pin,. tires and motor 1940 Chevrolet 2-Dr. Sedan Motor completely overhauled in our shop. Good tires. 1941 Plymouth Special Deluxe 2-Dr. Sedan. Motor overhauled in our shop. Good tires runs like a new car. 1940 Plymouth Deluxe 4-Dr. Sedan Original desert sand finish, trajrood rubber, motor A-l. 1941 Ford Super Deluxe tudor sedan. Clean as new. Good tires, motor. 1940 Chevrolet 2-Dr. Sedan Good tires, heater and radio, seat covers, motor A-l. 1940 Ford Defuxe Tudor Sedan Black finish, good tires, motor in excellent condition. 1941 Nosh Amb. 6 4-Dr. sedan. New tires, radio, heater, runs and looks like new. 1941 Olds Club Sedan Heater, radio, seat covers, low mileage, next to a new car. 1941 Ford Deluxe 2-Dr. Sedan. Light grey original finish seat covers, good tires, motor O. K. 1939 Dodge 4-Dr. Sedan Good tires. Motor reconditioned m our shop, looks and runs fine. 1940 Nosh 4-Dr. Sedan'. clean and tight all over, weather- eye heater, motor overhauled in our shop, tires good. 1938 Plymouth 4-Dr. Sedan Heater seat covers, good tires and motor, original black finish. 50 OTHER 1937 Ford Coupe good tires, good car with many miles of unused service. 1413Ave.J. ICKINSON MOTOR C OPEN DAY AND ALL NIGHT

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