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MORNING AVALANCHE / ThuricToy, March 12, 1942 -- - — • - — — =•- - •"•-' -— -_«^, „ ,,- • German Super-Dreadnaught Tripitz Driven Extent Of Damage lo 50,000-Ton f hip Not Known, Britain Reports Dial 4343 For The - Offices w -® IVew.s Briefs •; Augustin Turner, A Santiago, Chile Y.M.C.A. Secretary and organizer of thr; first Rotary club in Chile, will speak ai noon today before the Spur Rotary club, on our relations with South American countries, he said here Wed- _riesday. Tonight he speaks at the 'Rule club and Friday at the Abilene club. Turner spoke at the Lubbock club luncheon Wednesday noon. * Seminole, Gaines county capital, has profited by the recent deep oil well and subsequent drilling of off-sets in Andrews county, according to A. L. Duff, sr., of that town, v.'ho was here Wednesday on business. All of the men on the drilling tests live in Seminole and drive to and from their work. Duff said that there were prospects of some additional drilling in the area. W. J. Cheshei, theater owner and Floyd O. Boles, Lamb county superintendent of schools, attended Lubbock Rotary club Wednesday noon to make up attendance. .- C. A. Cryer, who has been »u: perintendent of the McLean school 'system for the past nine years, has been elected superintendent jof the Bprger schools for the year beginning July 1 to succeed W. A. Mclntosh, well known in Lubbock and for several years a member of •the summer school faculty of •Texas Technological college. Mc- 'Intosh, who formerly headed Am; ariUo's system, did not announce •his future plans. He has been at .Borger for seven years. Staff Bert Lon F. Rowlett, who •came to Lubbock early in December to open a U. S. Marine corps district office here, is leaving Fri- .day for Oklahoma City where he '.-will be stationed in the. district , "office, he announced Wednesday. Sgt. Glenn McComas, associated 'r'with him in the office here, will ;succeed him. Sgt. Rowlett has -been in the Marines for over five fyears and has been with the Okla• ihoma City office 18 months. He ibpened a branch in Enid, Okla., Mast year and after three months i-was sent here. The Lubbock of- dice was formerly opened Dec. 17. 'Sgt. McComas, well known in ^Marine circles on the West Coast las a trainer of boxing teams, has ifbeen with the corps six years. -Both men have seen service in :fhe Far East. - Judge E. L. Piitj of 99th district tcourt ruled for the defendants in .• damage action of F. C. Lowrie and vFirst American Fire Insurance Co -.against R. B. George Tractor and Machinery Co., E. S. Hall and 'Mrs. V/. T. McKinley. Suit was an outgrowth of a pickup-truck collision Aug. 21, 1941. Plaintiffs sought judgment for $565. Lions club directors Wednesday noon, in a regular session in Hilton hotel, voted ,to invite H. C. Fender, district 2-T governor, to make his official visit to the club March 1, the fifth Tuesday in the month: They also decided not to hold a ladies night program at this time. .Only routine matters, otherwise, .were discussed, Dr. Marshall Harvey, club secretary, said. WOMEN, GIRLS 2-Way Relief! Modern facts and a 61-year rec- .prd of popularity invite your con- jfidence in CARDUI. By its use, thousands of undernourished •women have been helped in two ( ;. important ways. '; Taken as a tonic by directions, It -usually stimulates appetite and in•.-creases .the flow of gatrric juice ihat. s probably the reason for the •• .improved strength and energy and .the_rehef of periodic functional distress of so many users. Another way such functional .distress is.relieved for many is by .taking CARDUI-as directed! starting three days before "the time," Why not try CARDUI? Adv. WEST TEXAS HOSPITAL STAFF OFFICE: Ken Te»»i Cllnl. CBLES V WH. L. BACGH. M. D. fsnrjerj and DUrnml, fKED W. 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Nirj 50 LONDON, March 11 (/p>— The 0,000-ton super-dreadnaught Tri- pitz, ghost ship of the German navy, has been spotted at sea, attacked by Bntish torpedo planes, and chased to refuge in N'orway, the admiralty announced tonight. The bare facts of this iirst known battle with Germany's newest and finest battleship were contained in a communique which suggested that strong mval forces of both sides were operating off Norway in the opening phases of what is expected to become a prolonged battle for control of th»« supply lane to Russia. The Nazis in this case risked the Tirpitr and probably others of their best warships in a futile attempt upon a British convoy. Qualified sources said the convoy was a la^rge one carrying war materials to Russia. Nazi Falsification Whether the Tirpitz was damaged was not made clear, but if not, her ignominous retirement indicated either the presence of superior forces or a notable respect for the naval torpedo planes which played the major role in bringing to bay and sinking her sister ship, the Bismarck, last May 26. Undoubtedly the British planes came from an aircraft carrier smoe the distance from Britain would be difficult for land-based craft. Informed British sources said the fight probably was the same action mentioned in a German communique yesterday, which reported Nazi naval forces sank a Soviet merchantman and shot down three British pianes off Bear island, between Spitzbergen and nor'.hern Norway. The, Germans might well have falsified the location, since Bear island is more than 800 miies north of Trondheim and out of the way of normal sea Janes from Britain to northern Russia. A Pope's ring, presented to him at his coronation, bears his name and a picture of St. Peter in n boat. 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