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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 3

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^-THE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Thursday, March 19, 1942 'Dial 4343 For ;TJr« Avafancfi'a»Journal Office* /Ttirle Conditions Must Be Met iByThe Dnited PrfSsl _ W A S H INGTON, March 18 — The-; Agriculture department announced today that fpnners may harvest a p p r oximatcly 3,000,000 acres of volunteer winter wheat this year without penalty provided they meet conditions prescribed to prevent a market glut. The depart ment established three conditions which growers ir.ust meet to receive AAA benefits on farms producing volunteer wheat—wheat grown from seeds scattered in harvesting the 1941 crop. Musi Stoct It These conditions were that their acre age of additional seeded wheat is within the 1942 allotment; that they store volunteer wheat on the farm as long as it is subject to a marketing quota penalty; and that they seed within their 1943 acreage allotment In previous years the department ruled that no destruction could be made between volunteer and seeded wheat in determining compliance with AAA allotments. The department, however, urged farmers to pasture, or cut lor hay, wheat needed for livestock feed this year. The volunteer wheat will be eligible for government loans at 50 per cent of the usual rate. Far mers who grow volunteer wheat will not receive government benefit payments until after they have compiled with 1943 acreage allotments. Most of the volunteer wheat is in Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas. Reg^lationsR^vised^o^ May Harvest Volunteer Wheat * "~ ' '"~ ' • Private Honored For: "It Might Have Been" SPOKANE, Wash., March 18. OF)— A few nights ago x whlle Private R. M. Cross was on sentry duty at Geiger field he heard a noise and cried "Halt!" There was no answer so he called again ."Halt!" still no answer. Ditto. Ditto. Boom! Private Cross lowered his gun and investigated. He found a large and very dead tomcat. Today he got a package from Mrs. Roland Parker of Sandpoint, Idaho, with a note attached. "Had it been an enemy you would be a hero," wrote Mrs. Parker. "I hope you enjoy the cake." Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! Postmaster Says Story Of Long Line Cashing Defense Stamps And Bonds Is "False As Any Rumor Can Be" The rumor seems to have been placed in official hands which may 3 *t FT f Irt *4VO CTrtori*.nrt " Tl.n.^l.M*! n 4 A » _ J exaggerated," Postmaster , Pf .k Amos Howard related The rumor, as reported to him was that people were "lined up' at the postoffice defense stamp and bond windows "clamoring 1 for their money back on stamps and bond?. No More Than Usunl In Lui« In the first place, said the post- ing such rumors, and why. Shipyards Are To Be Built At New Orleans WASHINGTON, March 1;} (if)— ,. , ..... , ,. The Maritime commission has an- master, people weren't "standing n o u n c ed that new shipyards hi line" at the windows any more wi n be buiit at New Orleans and than usual. However, the defense Sausalito, Calif., fcr the constru"- stamp and bond business usually tion of emergency cargo vessels is pretty brisk. Hig^ins Industries, Inc.,'which in the second place, he contin- will operate the new yard at New ued^if there was a -single clamor, Orleans, received a contract for the construction of 200 emergency people car g° vessels, known as Liberty ,., ships, and the W. A. Bechtel company of San Francisco received a he didn't hear of it. In the third place, weren't turning in their defense bonds and stamps. They either uunu^ «inu fcidmps. iney euner f"**.? "*• «-jaii A- irtin.jiuu leLcivea a were buying them, or they were contract for 34 ships of the same- converting stamps into bonds. '^P e *°. be built in a new yard at For every dollar's worth of stamps or bonds converted into cash, several hundred dollars worth are bought. Necessity Causes Redemption The postmaster has made inquiries about the occasional stamps or bonds that are redeemed, and has discovered, he related, that il usually is the result of dire necessity — illness most frequently His observation has been, he declared, that most people will do without a lot of things — often things they ought to have, before they will let their defense bonds and stamps go. The postmaster's primary interest in the matter, he explained, was to nail a rumor that is "as false as any rumor could be." It was revealed, however, that reports of the rumors have been WHAT CAUSES YOUR CONSTIPATION? • J f* n ^ ? e °P 1 « Ioo » upon ronitlpitlon u jtut «. f»Uure of r« E ul.r bowel movement. j ° v " i ' d Rre to cmuiej thit often jour need* may b. t or tomcthSnz which notonlr fi'7" coaitipitioa but »Uo act* u m 1 'Jto w»k« up tha flow of bile. Trr Carter's Little Liver Pffli . they *M t Ia S, atiVe ,, a I 4 """•"• Not onl r A ° «•«* .-vid In the relief of conjtlnntioa irlth i(l sour irritsbilitr M d dU^mforl but th.^ «l.o help wake up * better flow of one If our own mostvitil digestive j-afce*-the bilt. , n rf° **»«'*>»« you are bowed down • nd iuir«rlne from inner «Iuj*ijhnej,-trr T h -»V Ut T l " Te ¥*£ °* "'" "lue-try Carter^ Little liver PUU « directed. See the differ! ence foryoanelf. See how eood-how E li5- lS"J"?u / r ° U Inay ftel tomorrow mom. Int. All druEzista 10« and 25#. AflT. I MONTGOMERY WARD BUT THE HANDBAG'S ONLY You'd have a hard time felting these from the original beauties we copied (hem from! Every advance itylt — in shiny blacks, novy, saddle fonet. Ever-so-soft simulated leathers. THE GLOVES ARE ONLY Sleek rayons, soft sueded cotton* in fancy or classic Jtyles. Wonderful colors • Accessories, Main Floor SWART OPTOMETRIC CUNIC Dr. Millard R Swart DR. AUEH R. HiMllTOH 08. HARRY J. SMITH IYRICK BUILDING LUSBOCK -certain who is spread Saujalito. AF.HAID OF PLANES LYNWOOD, Calif., March 18 (/P) Barker and Rocket, Boston terrier refugees from Pearl Harbor, just can't Itarn that every airplane doesn't drop bombs. "Even yet they lie flat on the ground and huddle together when an airplane's overhead," said Mrs. H. H. Baird, to whom the show dogs were shipped. "They arrived with fear-filled eyes." Check Itching First Application Afionlzlng lichlnr of ag\;r nztjua, IUah Tetter. Ringworm, Ilmplts. Scabies, To< [ich !r checked In ONE APPLICATION o BLUK STAK OINTMENT. Rep«M a. rtesdtd as nature helps heal. Money back 1 ;-'IRST tin- falls to satisfy. Try It today I WANT TO BUY Old Newspapers, Magaiinei, • Books for National Defense Dial 5081 After 10 a.m. Pick-up: Tues., Thurs., Sal. Jack Williamson MONTGOMERY WHY PAY $10.98 ELSEWHERE? SAVE Prefer a tremendous plaid or a pretty pastel? You'll find both at this low pricel Faultlessly tailored in all wool or wool with rayonl Even smarter suits that look so expensive. .12.98 ASK FOR A CAROL BRENT SHIRTWAIST Everyone roves about them! ". . . beautifully tailored." . . . the rayon crepe feels like tilk." In white, pastels, long or short sleeves. >, t|«jte^|&A '^^^^•mm • • v --^>.,.--r-6/ . : .* ,*^-t?"'- I • Sportswear, 2nd Floor Lubbock General Hospital Clinic Formerly Lubbock Sanitarium Clinic GENERAL SURGERV J. T. Krueger. M. D., F. A. C S J. H. Stales. M.D., F.A.C.S. io«W H. E. Mast, M D itiroiojyi EYE. EAR. NOSE & THROAT J. T. 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