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March 13, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 7

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MdRHING AVALANCHE tk^aaktA turn & SHIRTCRAFT'S OXFORDS Sport Shirt . . . long sleeves ... in g light weight oxford cloth . . . green, blue and tan . . . comes in small, medium and large . . . open collar ,, .1.95 ARROW SPUN RAYON Sport Shirt., .long sleeve style for West Texas weather and sun. . .2 pockets. . .comes in regular r.eck sizes and sleeve lengths . . . a smart sport shirt 2.50 DON JUAN' California Sport Shirt . . . long sieeve model ... in Q 2-in-l collar . wear it open or buttoned with a tie. . .saddle stitched. . .tailored of tecca cloth . comes in smal!, medium or large 2.95 ALPINE SPORT SHIRTS in long sleeve models ... a new spring group in spun rayons, tecca and wool . . . colors in heather tan, son tan, green, wine, blue, dark brown, putty, chalk end others . . . prices from 3^5 ( o 5.95 J.ubbock,,_T<ixas; Friday, March 13, T941 '.'fa • tffal 4343 Fcr TVe Ojffifr* Texas Congreggrtieh Working Toj>reyent Work S toppages Strikes Rapped By Constituents WASHINGTON, March 12. UP,— Texas members o£ Congress agreeing with numerous constituents who have written letters assailing strikes in war production factories, are anxious that stoppages be banned and are working to achieve that end. Telegrams and letters pour daily into the offices of practically all the delegation from individuals and organizations over the Lone Siar state, some expressing the writers' resentment that strikes continue, some urging-that the 40. hour work \veck law be suspended for the duration of the war. Bached By Texans Seldom a day goes by but what one or more Texans arise on either the House or Senate floor to condemn strikes and urge their colleagues to enact legislation dealing with the problem. The Texas House members were almost unanimously behind Rep. Smith <DrVa) in "his recent unsuccessful fjght to have the 40- hour work suspended. There was no record vote on the proposal. On last Dec. 3—four days before the attack on Pearl Harbor, the House passed an antistrike bill <HR 4139) drafted by the Virginia congressman. Rep. Lanham of Fort Worth, who has vigorously backed legislation of various kinds to stop defense strikes, had this in mind when he took the floor this week to say: Much Undue Criticism 'I think the House of Representatives has been receiving a jreat deal of criticism that it does not deserve, because more than three months ago it passed a very "omprehensive bill dealing with •arious features of this situation, and no action as yet has been taken in another body on that bill. Provisions of the Smith antistrike bill include: Requires an initial 30 days notice of intention of defense plant employes to strike, or de- :ense contractors to conduct a .ockout. Provides for a secret ballot of employes in a plant, under government supervision', before a strike can be called. Freezes closed and open shop conditions as existed on date of enactment of law. Would Bar Violence Prohibits violence or intimida- :ion of workers on defense plants, SNOW SOLDIERING: OUT OF THE «WTF<? nw CVTC <ro u para-ski -.low men fight efficiently on LICENSE TAGS LAGGING WICHITA FALLS, March 12. PJ—Wichita county motor vehicle owners are lagging in the purchase of new license tags for the ensuing year, only 2,000 of an estimated 25,000 to be issued having been sold to date. interference with those desiring to work, or use of non-employes to picket or break strikes . *."v.,= ,i, U i. u >a Q SU IL trasseu a very Outlaws jurisdictional walkouts, comprehensive bill dealing with •' a ^ or boycotts or sympathy strikes ^'nv-i*-\iii? -fnni*. »>.>•.*. — f ii_:_ _ * t _. i • Rl>r* TTa f t r\r* "W C» i vm«m**. *.*• T~\_i m-\3c&kCe? :<t- THE FASHION CENTER 0, WEST TEXAS One of the smartest fabrics of the season . , , a "natural" for sewing . . . these new spring Jerseys make-up so easily and smartly into lovely creations . . . they inspire many possibilities for Easter Sewing ... see them and be thrilled by their beauty. RAYON JERSEY PRfNTS in Q coforful eolkction of gay charmers . . . small end Icrgs checks, muiri- colored stripes, florals, geometries end others . v . make yourself en Easter costume ond wear it right on thru the summer ... 54 inches v.-ide "'' " ' SOLID COLORED RAYON JERSEYS in the fc.hior.GWe sh:jc&s . . . moke-up into dressy cnsucls Jhat can be worn for Easter end on thru jhe spring end summer . . . among ihc colors included ere pastel pinfc, monte blue, Amenccn eagle gold, ladybug red, yellow, green ... ell 54 inches wide, <h'- yard ......................... j 29 SOLID COLORFD WOOL JERSEYS . . . o lovely -.t? quality ... all 54 inches wide . •-';.-s in paste! pink, paste! blue, parr.pcs -I;.-,, Arr.criccn ccgle gold, fifschia, sunset blue, >..:-.;tc r mission rose, putty, black, ladybug reef, cccch, pin'vc, sunni blue, tropical green end ethers. . .the yard ....... , . 1.98 Rep. Hatton W. Sumners of Dallas, as chairman of the judiciary committee,' had charge of legislative debate, in the House during action of the war powers bilL It was in consideration of that measure that the House after heated discussion turned down the Smith amendment which would have suspended the 40 T hour week. Sumners gave backers of the Smith proposal full opportunity to argue the merits of the measure, and among them were several Texans. Action Urged Rep. Gossett of Wichita Falls took the floor to say: "The boys in the fox holes of Balaan peninsula and in the caves of Corregidor have no eight hour per day. limitations on shedding blood for this country, nor do they get time and one-half for overtime and double time for Sundays and holidays." (Gosseti's wife, the former Mary Helen Moseley of Quanah and Vernon. has a brother fighting with MacArthur in the Philip, pines..) Both .Texas senators have repeatedly urged their colleagues.to take action. r • »MjrY_~tmr t . ixrt/tirT'. NEW N ( 6 w shipment of Men's Sleeveless Sweaters ... in all the new Spring weaves, and colors . . . light West Texas weights . . . smart for golf, for casual sportswear. . . prices from. . . 1.00 to 2.50 Brief Bits Of Local News County War board, of which James P. Steele of Woodrow is chairman and C. C. Johnson, county farm agent, secretary, will meet at 9 o'clock this morning at 1320 Avenue Q. Representatives of all United States Department of Agriculture agencies in the county comprise the board. A meeting tonight of Lubbock County Dairy Herd Improvement association has been announced, the office of C. C. Jobsori, county farm agent. R. L. Burdette of near Anton is president of the association, ' Clayson Fuller of Lubbock secretary. Perry L. Moss of Sialon left for Oklahoma City Thursday to complete enlistment in the U. S. Ma- said he was told by two farmers in Lockney Wednesday. The farmers told him, Jones said, they had ~ J some trouble with the bugs, the caprock and as far as had Off rine corps. He is a son of Perry Moss, conductor on ' the Bledsoe branch of the Santa Fe railroad. eon. A number of Rotarians from nearby towns are expected, Joe Salem, president reported here Several Lubbock men wenl to Wednesday. Borger for Thursday night's institution of a Knight of Pythias lodge, of which there was a charter list of 27 members. Victor H. l uh "* * 5er . 1tous arm burns ***& Lindsey, assistant district attor- f hursda y afternoon while install- ney and district deputy grand J! 18 ! 311 f lectrical °& switch at Lub- MiQM** n M~*. j- it- . . ... , DOCK Armv T^lVmcr cnVinr^l i.f-^c- chancellor, made the principal ad- r^vL m ?. , F1 }' in -f sch ° o1 ' was dress; Dr. G. H. Ater. grand vice. "ll 1 ?* satisfactorily Thursday , dress; Dr. G. H. Ater, grand vice chancellor, presented the lodge charter; Johnny Crawford, master of works of the Lubbock lodge, directed initiatory services. Maj. Joseph R. Peller of the Army recruiting station, attended as a guest. Lubbock lodge instituted the Lamesa Pythian lodge in February. H. W. Prentice, Amarillo, Irain- master of the Plains division of the Panhandle & Santa Fe Ry., has been named acting superintendent at Wellington, Kas., to succeed F. .W. Baker, superintendent and former trainmaster at Siaton, who was sent to the Coas.t lines, as superintendent at Winslow, Ariz. R. D. Shelton, trainmaster at San Angelo and former dispatcher at Siaton, .succeeds Prentice at Amarillo. The latter about 20 years ago was trainmaster on the Siaton division, old timers here recalled. Green bugs are operating some in Floyd county wheat near Lockney, Don L. Jones, superintendent of the state experiment substation, -WiCe? Cofcrfut new shipment of Ladies' Robes . . . light weight rayon spring prints . . . large attractive florals, interesting geometries, and other goy patterns on pastel of dark grounds . . . in'zipper and wrap around styles . . . sites frorr. 12 to 42 . - . a f f.-o rure group priced. . . —i --- «»•« c*a iai tio Aorth Texas, greenbugs have been reported as very active in wheat and oats. When Hoosevelt High school 4-H club meets today,. Harvie D. Pool, assistant county farm agent] will discuss with them a scrap metal campaign, he said Tuesday. Several clubs over the county have planned scrap metal campaigns Pool said. D. D. Monr6e of Clayton, N. M., a former district governor of Rotary International, will speak at noon today at a Sudan club lunch- T im i • \ •., „ f =,0 A Mont S° m «Y. 3 ?' of - 519 Avenu e E, who Se ° US arm bums early night in Lubbock General hospital. A Rix ambulance brought him to the hospital. The mishap occurred in a shop building at the air -base. Montgomery has been employed by the city electrical department but was on .loan to the air base. Future Farmer of America chapter members at Cooper Rural high school have approximately 600 Chinese eJms that they are offering for. sale at a low price, Jesse Johnson, vocational agriculture teacher, announced. Boys will use profits from the sale for their chapter funds. The trees were grown by the boys as a part of their project work. Forms on which farmers who want to plant castor beans this summer, may make application to the state Agricultural Adjustment administration for a supply, have been received at the county AAA office, Walter Y. Wells, administrator, said Thursday. The county has been allotted 50 acres for seed production purposes for-a larger 1943 crop. Wells also has asked B. F. Vance, state administrative officer, to ship enough seed for at least 50 acres. SPECIAL . . . Friday. Saturday And Monday Pound 32C Lubbock Neat Co. 1942 Values 2-Pc. Bed feature LIVING ROOM SUITES Just arrived in the new season colors, Red, Wine, Ru*t Blue and Velours. Choice of three shades in Tapestry. See these style variation featured at— $69.50 - $79.50 $89.50 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE COMPANY 1212 AVENUE H. Government To Rest Its Case Close of the government's direct testimony in the National Labor Relation board's hearing being held in the district courtroom of the courthouse against Texas, New Mexico & Oklahoma Coaches, Inc., is scheduled for late today, said Bliss Daffan, Fort Worth, attorney for the board. No hearing is scheduled for Saturday and the bus concern is expected to begin its case Monday morning, said Carl Galloway, Fort Worth attorney. Dr. C. E. Person of Washington, D. C., is hearing the case as a trial examiner for the board. V. Lee McMahon, Fort Worth, associated with Daffan, left Thursday night to prepare for a case to begin in Longview next Thursday. Don Chester and Dr. NAVY WANTS FLIERS DALLAS, March 12. (Jf>— Any young man who thinks he has the necessary physical and mental requirements to become An aviator is urgently requested to apply at the nnarest Navy recruiting station oc to the naval aviation cadet selection board in Dallas, according to Lt. Comdr. Barry Holton, senior member. South Africa will import tulip buibs from Australia. Person are remaining here as is Daffan, over the v/eek end. Jess Levens and W. D. Benson are attorneys for the bus company. •AL5E TEETH I FIT LIKE NEW! Deatur-E«, the new I "cushion plastic, mites loose plites fie I comfortably for , ay r weeks. iafwitr— 1 apat'i. Economical. Thousands of nuj- &e a uscrj. Gcta tube of Denrur-Eze todt y! | Handy-size tube SSt— Newlargt »ize 98t I Mark Halsey Drug Stor» >0<., ..XX jat New Arrivals j Prints Sheers Crepes Cottons Jacket dresses, full skirt styles,., tailored, sport and princess creations. Juniors. • Regulars. Lovely col- - ors. You'll find many better drosses included in this collection. 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