Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on March 12, 1942 · Page 1
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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 1

Lubbock, Texas
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Thursday, March 12, 1942
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tV"" ># ^jr\ **• */ PAGE TWO—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Thursday, Morch T2, 1942 Hearing Of Charges Against |I6 Accusations Filed Oral 4343 For The AvQ?anchc-Jeumof Offices 5 AUSTIN, March 11. Of)—The University of Texas board of regents today canceled a scheduled hearing of charges against Dr. John W. Spies, dean oJ the Medi- gal school, and took steps aimed at obtaining revision of a medical isspcriation committee report y/hich criticized the Medical pranch. | The board paid the hearing, sat for March 16, would not be held because no charges of , specific fiature had been lodged against pean Spies. * A legislative committee which Investigated the medical school at Calveston recently suggested among other steps, that the dean be dismissed. * The regents subsequently said they would hold a hearing March 16 if charges were preferred. • * Arranging Conference* f The board's statement, issued at the end of a meeting, also said the Regents were arranging for a conference at an early date with two representatives of the Association fcf American Medical colleges. « The men—Dr. E. M. MacEwen, tiean of the Iowa State Medical •college, and Dr. Fred Zapffe, sec- fetary of the association—formu- dated a report which recommend- ed the school be placed on probation. The recommendation,, unless altered, is scheduled for presentation to the asociatton at its October meeting. The regents' statement said "the purpose of the conference will be to discuss their recommendations set forth in their report." Privately, this was explained by a source close to the committee as meaning an attempt would be made to have the association's .John W. Spies Of Medical College Canceled investigators change their report, placing the Medical branch in a more favorable light. To S'ittle Problems Dr. Homer P. Rainey, university president, said the reasons why the school should be placed on probation, according to the report, was because of the system of admissions and promotions, and the lack of harmony. He said "both these situations have been straightened out/' Dr. Rainey said he felt there now was Only those who pay taxes upon $134 worth of property may vote for members of city councils in Rhode Island. harmony at the Medics! branch, mentioning as evidence the fact no charges were brought against Dean Spies. The . regents also announced they would "take steps looking to the prompt settlement of other existing problems at the Medical school." FSA Cooperative Man Confers With Groups F. H. Hobgood, Am&rillo, cooperative specialist of Farm Security Administration, met with two FSA district, cooperatives Wednesday, in Lubbock and Slaton, and discussed with (hem suggested bylaws, which the groups adopted. In the morning he met with the Lubbock district group in the county FSA office in. the federal building. Present wen;, A. J. Jackson, Monroe, president; Raymond Hitt, Wolftorth, vice-president; John C. Kamlin, Hurlwood; Grice Harrington, Idalou i.nd A. E. Robertson, Cooper, directors. _At Tahoka in the afternoon, district 4 group directors included, John S. Roberts, Charles A. Dobbs, John B. Weaver, W. F. White and Leo I. Fails. Walter F. Johnson, county supervisor met with the group here. At Tahoka T. Euel Liner, district supervisor, attended. Antimony production comprises Bolivia's greatest mineral wealth today, gradually replacing extensive silver mining. NEURALGIA Almost one-third of Iowa's farm lajid ic planted annually to i-orn and the yield runs as high a<j 4CO million bushels. Check itching First Application Agonizing itchlne of usly eczema, Ra«h Tefter, Ringworm, Pimples, Scabies, Toi Itch is checked In ONB APPLICATION 0! BLUK STAR OINTMENT. Repeat a; needed as nature helps heal. Money back 11 FIRST J«r falls to satisfy. Try it today —Ad 7. Hdalou Plans Bonds Program On Friday * More than 600 persons attended another in the series of defense jpond and stamp meetings being conducted over the county Tues- jftay night at Wolfforth when more -jjthan $100 in defense stamps and rf'a number of defense bonds" were •sold. * "All sales of both stamps and jponds were voluntary and no pressure whatsoever was brought on *those attending," officials em- "•-. ..a?hasized in announcing the unexpected sales. $ Dan Powers, dean oi boys at «Lubbock Senior High school, was ^principal speaker; George Benson, jjchairman of the Lubbock county tdefense bond and stamp commit|tee, presiding. Music highlighted Jthe entertainment program. * Friday night at 8:30 o'clock, *the spotlight shifts to the Idalou 'club house, where another in the jiseries will be conducted. Chas. A. jiGuy, editor and publisher of the ^Avalanche-Journal Publications, jfwill be-principal speaker. Benson rwill preside. * Musical entertainment will be ^furnished by the Lubbock Army fFlying school orchestra, recently 'organized, in its first public ap- jfpearance, said Charles Bacon, ^chairman of the rural defense bond £and stamp committee. Bacon em- rphasized that, as at other such ^meetings, no pressure to sell the iaudience the bonds and stamps jjwould be made. • Local committees jin each community are being or- eganized to handle that angle, he * announced. f. i * THURSDAY Dresses including College ior, and others in values io tity while ihey last will go at— One Group SLACKS One group Hobbies and other nationally advertised slack, suits in values to $12.95. These will go > very, very quickly at — ,1 found I the way to ; amazing new [pep... vitality... looks / IA truly marve/ous change can a fee brought about by over- J coming miserable digestive ^complaints, under-weight, f.sluggishness, loss of appetite I — all by two important steps — jr£ Restore vrtaf dlgesth* juicet In the > stomach ... energize your body rich, ted blood. Here's how! •If you are one "of those unfor- "tunates who Shave worked ;imdcr a strain, to eat tha It's smart to be mentally ilert! *prop»r foods, *have been vexed *t>y ovev. taxing or have *colda, the flu, • other Illness . fvyet have no eganlc troubl nor focal In- l lection . . , t&nd yo^ir f red - blood • cells havs jtecome re- Jduced In vl- Jtallty »nd number J. .. if yoiir stomach ifilgestlon refuses to '•workproperly.then • •herelswhatsSould f "ttlp you! 4. • S^.S. Tonic t» 'especlallj designed 'to bund up Wood 'strength, -when defl- 9 *"*e7lfc **X T'fltttTA A Typical EASTER GROUP DRESSES A typical Easter group. Dresses from every nationally known line that have just been unpacked. Beautiful silks in very dressy or typical sport styles. These will positively sell regularly after the sale up to $14.95. : HOBBIES SHIRTWAIST DRESSES Hobbies Shirtwaist Dresses—and ihe nam« is enough to lei you know ihat these are always sold at from $12.95 io SI6.95—in summer weight alpaca, in colors of rose, gold, powder, beige, black and navy. The sies are 12 to 44—the quaniiy is up to you. Our Anniversary price— NEW COTTONS New cottons — seersuckers, chambreys. and ginghams. Include Jo Dee Juniors, Marcy Lee, and other nationally advertised lines. Just unpacked and selling regularly to 7.S5. -o...u stimulate those t stomach Juices rrhlch * digest the food to * jour body can mate jjxreper use of It la g rebuilding worn-out > tissue. These two 1m- I portant results en> able 7ou to eojoy tha j foc<! you do eat . . . ito make -use or It as ;Natur«i Intended. I Thus jou may get 'new vitality...pep... * become animated ... "more attractlvel * Build sturdy health I Because S-S.S. Is In liquid form It be- to Kins Its worfc as soon as you take It. . ^ Surprising: result* may be had by mat• : flJiS *'*«o S.S.S. treatment a part of your Id ally diet. Thousands and thousands ot » UStrs !i£T6 testified to the benefits S.S.S. vTonic has brought to them &nd tc'.cntiGo .. Jrcstsrch shc-rs tnat it usxwlly gets re- *Tonlc builds sturdy health and mnkes *jou feel lite yourself again,"© 2-S-S. Co. STURDY HEALTH NAN TAILORED SUITS $1295 Man tailored suils — ihe fashion highlight of ihe spring of ; 1942. You cannot realize what a buy Ihese terrifically important: suits are until you see Ihem. In solids and plaids selling everyday at up lo 17.95. . SPRING DRESSES $ You'll want one of these for each daughter and two for yourself. The cutest spring dresses you.ever saw—all typically Easier, and in pastels and navy blues in all sizes from 9 to 20. These are absolute S9.95 dresses. SPRING COATS $1195 Spring coals by California Junior in Camel hair and tweed. These all sold for from 12.95 to 24.95. If you can be filled, you can have your choice'at Fabric Gloves Fabric gloves in »ny length you desire, and in colors of beige", aavy, gold, luggago, red, white, and nearly any other you might want. FOR OUR ANNIVERSARY—Our very finest and newest footwear for Spring in every shade you desire—white combinations included. Ladies New BAGS Ladles" new bags — priced everj place up to 1.98. and in ihe new light cream shade, in beige, blac- patent and led. These are a rea 1 birthday gift at— ^^ f Beige Shoes And Patent Shoes 270 pairs brand spanking new Beige and Black! Patent Shoes . . . ihe leading colors for spring.! These are Beverly and Jolene . . . brands you know] nnd like. All sold originally to SS. Anniversary Sale Price— PEiNG HATS Here's an item that we can nearly guaian- les that you won't find again for ihe duration. We wilt sell during our birthday sale ail sport felts for the lady in every wanted spring shade—hats by K G, Su« Ellen, and Blechman that are priced 2.95 and 3.9S everywhere, for just— 1 79 Here's tha way our other new spring Shoes are priced—and you realize of course ihat these reductions are in effect only because we want you to enjoy ihe greatest buys you've ever made during our Anniversary Sale. The patterns and colors are tha latest to be had and you will receive the same expert Jo Ann Shop fitting you've always received, Group No. 1 All regular $8.75 Shoes Group No. 2 AH regular $6.00 Shoes 'Everything For The tady" Group No. 3 All regular $5.00 Shoes 909 Broadway PLAY SHOES 500 pairs brand spanking' new Playshoss in beige, black patent, red, kelly green and white—selling immediately after Ihl sale to $3.99. Anniversary Sale price—

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