Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on March 20, 1942 · Page 8
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

Lubbock, Texas
Issue Date:
Friday, March 20, 1942
Page 8
Start Free Trial

SIXTEEN—THE MORNING AVALANCHE Our Foster Bonnets ore here In all their glory . . . ol! so winsome for Easter parading . . . tiny toques, Jaunty sailors, manipulated belting ribbons, veiling, flowers, fresh fruit, thoroughbred felt classics, pompadars and bonnets ... all young, flattering, colorfully new for the Easter parade . . . select yours today from this grand assortment . . . prices from . . . 3 98 to 0 Lacy Straws • Crocheted Straws • Baku « Pastel Felts • Veiling • Flowered • Beribboned NEW < Men's Golf Sport Shirt with a speciol invisible, sfretcfiahle knit insert under the °rm . . . this gives you free action for a perfect swing ... no binding ... 2 pockets, open collar ... in sand and tan. 5.95 Limerick, Eire, is erecting air raid shelters for 3,000 persons. GLY-CS „ .' -,' WHEN AID IS NEEDED Acout -ubbqck, Texos, Friday, March 20, 1942 Tax On Overtime Pay Proposed IByThr United Prtss) WASHINGTON, March 19 — A war tax program under which overtime pay of workers would go to the government wai proposed lo the house ways and means committee toiiny ns a measure to raise an additional S25,000,000,000 annually, Joseph E. Goodbar, New York attorney, outlined the plan and explained his calculations with this example: With a basic 40-hour work week, 10 hours of overtime would be addsd, with the extia pay for the 10 hours going to the government as a tax. k Management's role would be to arrange working schedules to permit overtime work. "Eighty workers will then perform the work that now takes 100 persons, thus leaving 20 available lor war activities," Goodbar said, told the committee that the Two Oklahoma Youths Held For Attempt To Hang Boy (By The tTnlt'jd Pr**&i ' t...n_ __ i * * , . . *' * • . * .' i Piol 4343 For Tne Avalom-he-Journal Offle«t (By The Cnlt-. HOLDENVILLE, Okla., March 19.—Two 15-year-old H o 1 d e n v i 11 e youths face charges of delinquency in juvenile court today for the alleged attempted hanging of 8-year-oJd Buck Jone. County Attorney Harvey Powell said T. A. Jnckson and Alton Casey would be ti-ied by County Judge Clyde Busey on charges of being "incorrigible" and delinquent minors. Powell said the Jone youngster told him the older boys looped a lariat around his neck Monday, pulled him two inches off a stack of cotton 25,000,000,000 . extra man-hours made available for war production could provide 165,000 tanks 240000 planes and 3,250,000 Garand rifles." Gnodbar said that under his plan everybody would share the burden equally according to the ability of each. hulls and he!d him suspended for more than a minute. "1 almost choked be/ore they Jet me down," the boy told officers. "J ran as fast as I could, with them chasing and cussing me." The boy's story was corroborated by two of his friends, who said they witnessed the attempted hanging. Harvey said he couid find no motive except "meanness" for the attack on the youngster. FIREMEN ARE VOLUNTEERS AUSTIN, March 19. IL'.R)—Days of the volunteer firemen returned to Austin last night with graduation of :91 auxiliary fire fighters who will organize during this week and elect captains. The volunteers will be assigned to emergency duty, each reporting to the fire station nearest his residence. New Restrictions Put On Foods By Nazis , BERLIN", (From German Broadcasts), March 18. (tP/— Germany ordered today, effective April G, new rationing restrictions on bread, fats and meats,The allowance of bread was cut for each normal consumer .from five pounds to four and one-half pounds a week, fats from 9',;.. ounces to .•seven ounces and meat from about 14 .ounces to about I y*;?: "SIGHT—foresight, bombsight and eyesight, will win this war!" We Specialize' in Eyesight. Ors..'Anderson'& Cauley J OPTOMETRISTS lui HAK.VISV Of Defense Bond TODAY! Anderson Bros. Credit Jewelers To Buy Silver/Watches And Clocks. On Small Down BUY TODAY OR SATURDAY! THE LAW STATED BELOW GOES INTO EFFECT ON MONDAY MARCH 23 For smorter looks ... for easier • eel ... for official part oJ uniform . . . wc cr thi s per f ect s hoc ... as skeiched in. . . White Elfc, noo soie, pr.. .5.50 Smcke Elk, nop soie, pr.. .5.50 Tan Coif, leather sole, pr. .5.50 Brown end White, ieother so.'e, pr S.5Q A B re« deal can b« don« to combat constipation by improving certain fiabits. Cufti- vate the h*bi« of responding to the urges of nature promptly. Eat food that agrees Kith one and particularly food th« provides ample bulfcy residue to stimi;?3te normal feowcf ac - tion such as frc»h fruiu and vp B rf,bIw. Obtain jufficient exercise, preferably out o f doors and practice relaxation. Ilif-.e are (hip E s one m,i:: do for one'j jfff. But "hen faulty eliminatirn occurs it i-, sometime* necessary •o give UnriNITE aid to the ™"L c! '- Then obtain COMFORT-GIVING GLY - CAS from your drug store. Mark Kalsey Drug Store BUY ONE OR ALL! o SUGAR,:__ uL • CREAM DOWN NOW AFTER MARCH 23, $61.95 DOWN BUY TODAY OS SATURDAY! REMEMBER CRADUATION IS NOT FAR AWAY! BUY IT NOW! IMPORTANT! ALL CUSTOMERS SHOULD KNOW THESE '.FACTS! On and after March 23, 1942, laws enacisd by our Federal Government go into effect—laws affecting persons who buy watches, clocks arid silverware on the installment plan regardless of who you buy from. On and after March 23, watches and clocks will not be sold for less than 20%.down and silver will not be sold for less .than 33 1-3% down but do not blame Anderson Brothers and do not blame Uncle Sam, but do put full responsibility on our common enemies—do blame Germany, Italy and Japan. Here is another good reason why you should buy in the' very near future. Our buyers went East in January for the express purpose of buying as much merchandise for our customers in West Texas as they could get. They had .-very little luck. Practically all factories are prorating, because the government is allowing them a very small amount of base metal and with no promises after April 1. But it is not unpatriotic to buy what is made up and in our stock; Jn fact, it is a patriotic act because of the contribution in Ihe form of a 10% war lax paid to our government. Does this mean that Anderson Brothers has no stock for their customers? By.all means NO! Wo do. have stock. Looking forward to existing, conditions Anderson-Brothers bought in 1941 mor.c silver plate and jewelry than at any time in history. Even though it is very unlikely that there will be more silver.plate manufactured, Anderson Brothers has a very heavy stock and can supply your need-; In the watch, department, we-are not so heavily stocked, 'but we have all that" has been possible to obtain under the pro-rating system and more watches m small amounts are certain to be, de- hvered. However, if you want a watch on a srnaJJ down payment, BUY- IT NOW! ' $ 24 75 Only $1.00 Down Now After March 23 $5.00 Down BUY TODAY OR SATURDAY RUE $3750 Only $1.50 Down Now After March 23 $7.75 Down BUY NOW! BUY TODAY OR SATURDAY sugar spoon. AFTER MARCH 23 $20.85 DOWN flfiDERson BROS. CREDIT JEU/ELER5 VV.««oe<^ OLOtsr AMD r.sesr JEVtiev ttaat \ Only $1.50 Down Now After March 20 r 5 Down BUY NOW! BUY TODAY OR SATURDAY I L CM N 00 Onfy $2.25 Down Now After March 23 $11.00 Down BUY NOW! BUY TODAY OR SATURDAY WBNEBTMUI T« Pfl»C£

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free