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PH^:^g^,,/r, is* ^Mi MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Tgxos, Thursday, March 26, 1947 4343 For the 'AvoTgncKa-Jeurna! Of Hen liustralia's Foremost Needs Said Equipment And Equal Voice With Allies SchorbauerLand Is Reported Leased ;••; MIDLAND, March 25. W — Leasing for oil of the 22,014-acre ' No. I ranch of the Scharbauer Cattle company in western Midland county was reported today - by .Jack D. Bodkins, Midland independent operator. H* also leased an additional 3,000 acres from several individuals to round out the block. Bodkins paid a total bonus of year straight commercial leases approximately $60.000 for ten- with 50-cent annual delay rentals. Ex-Convicts Are Held After Hijacking NACOGDOCHES, March 25. (fl>> — Two men identified by State Highway Patrolman D. F. Jones as ex-convicts from Arizona were captured by o't'icers and bloodhounds today following the holdup of a filling station at Timpson, Tex. Jones named the men, who he said abandoned a car stolen in St. Louis, as Wilbur Larsen, 23, of Memphis, and Charles Colson, 24, of Farmington, Mo. They were armed with a pistol and shotgun bur. did not resist. *; MacArthur Is Given Authority CANBERRA, March 25. {A>) — Australia's, two foremost" needs are equipment and an equal voice with her allies, Prime Minister John Curtin dc.-clared today as he informed the House of 'Representatives that the Dominion had given Gen. Douglas MacArthur authority of "the highest order." "The commonwealth government has now become a J.iuch 1340 On Your Dial KFYO Program Avalanche-Journal St»tion THURSDAY, MAECH Mormnr 6:30 Uncle Sam Kntertalns. 1:00 Morning Swing. 1:20 Lte and Bundy. ",:M Newscast vTSN). •i:45 Tne World Today. 7:50 Interlude. 7:55 Snoop «nd Scoop. 8:00 Melody Boy». 8:15 Interlude. Lubbock General Hospital Clinic Formerly Lubbock Sanitarium Clinic GENERAL SURGERY J. T. Krueger. M. D., F. A. C. S. J. H. StUes. M.D., F.A.C.S. lOrtto) H. E. Mast, M. D. iOrcws» EYE. EAR. NOSE It THROAT J. T. Hutchinson, M. D. Ben B. Hutching DD, M. D. • E. M. Blake. M. D. (M'.ttsjt INFANTS AND CHILDREN M. C. Overton, M. D. Arthur Jenkins, M. D. INTERNAL MEDICINE W. H. Gordon, M. D. • R. K. McCarty, M. D. iCard!o:c 57 ) • In U. S. Arar Eertlce. Clifford E. Hunt, Superlatendint GENEKAj- MEDICINE J. P. Lattiinore, M. D. H. C. Maxwell, M. D. G. S. Smith. M. D. W. A. Reser,.M. D. J. D. Donaldson, M. D. W. F. Birdsong. M. D. OBSTETRICS O. R- Hand. M. D. X-RAY AND LABORATORY James D. Wilson. M. D. RESIDENT PHYSICIAN Wayne Keeser, M. D. J. H. Fulton. Business Manager PATHOLOGICAL LABORATORY X-RAY AND RADIUM, SCHOOL OF NURSING more active partner in operational »;« £ny?hm"p.r«de. DR. E. D. THOMPSON OSTEOPATHIC PHVSICIAX-SURCEON ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF DR. R. P. REEDS OFFICES SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO RECTAL AND PROSTATE DISEASES — COLONIC IRRIGATIONS 301 & 303 Myrick Bldg. Phone 7391 -ON CttKlH'l COME lU FOR AN EXAMINATION DR. CHARLES C.MURRAY .J- •• HEG1STEBEDOPTOMETHIST-*— OFFICES At PATT AS LTrttE AS Weekly direction of the war," the prime minister said, adding 'that when the Pacific war council is "established in Washington there will also be an accredited representative of the commonwealth government there." The weight of Australia's voice in United Nations councils, he asserted, "will bear direct relation to the resolution we bring our own defense and to the exertion we apply in the common cause. Disposes Of Warning "If we had to stand alone, Australians would fight in the only way consonant with the traditions of the British race and our own spirit. That, in passing, can serve as our answer to General Tojo's suggestion to Australia to consider a separate peace." Thus Curtain tartly disposed ol Japanese Premier General Hidek Tojo's warning of March 12 that Australia must fall in line with the Axis or be conquered. The prime miniser's first mention of General MacArthur was greeted enthusiastically by thi House. He explained that under Mac Arthur's supreme direction, Aus traliau commanders would heat the Dominion's Army and Navj and that the American Lieuten ant General, George H. Brett command the air force. High Oblogalion "The succor that has now reached us," Curtain said, "imposes a high obligation on Australians to spare nothing in their own efforts . . . There have been forecasts that Australia would function as an offensive base in the ultimate process of driving Japan from the southwestern Pacific. "This is in fact our goal but let us not exaggerate the speed with which we can reach it. We must first insure that Australia is held." 3:45 lions of the Ploneeri. 9:00 Fashions New. 9:15 What's Dolns; Around Lubbock. 3:30 Miry Lee Taylor. 9:45 Better Vision raise. 9:50 Interlude. 0:00 Nevrscrst. 0:15 Lov« Sons?. 0:30 you Ass Em—W« Answer Em. 0:45 Your organ Stylist—Hernia Uowell. 1:0a John Hughes—Commenatator (M(. 1:15 Neighbors (TSN). 1:30 Antiques and Moderni. Afternoon 2:00 Drug Store Cowboys. 2:15 Eye Openers. 2:30 Brunette Harper. 2:45 Newscast. 1:00 Liar's Club. 1:15 Trade School. 1:20 Interlude. 1:30 Auction Sale. 1:45 To Be Announced. 2:00 Mutual Goes CaJlinr (MBSI. 2:30 Camp Grant In Review (MBS). 3:00 Richard Eaton — Commentator (U) 3:15 Markets. 3:20 Interlude. 3:30 Johnson Family (MBSI. 3:45 To B» Announced (MBS), 4:00 Quartette of Classics. 4:15 In the Future (MBSi. 4:30 Monitor Views the News. 4:45 Captain Midnight (MBSI, 5:00 Newscast (MBS). 5:05 Texas Tech Forum. 5:30 Helping cf Jam. Woman Slain, Another Hurt LUFKIN, March 25. f/P)—Mrs. Hazel Wyatt, 19, was shot fatrl- ly and her mother, Mrs. W. J. Pixley, was wounded seriously in an affray in a Lufktn residential district today, A murder charge was llled against Mrs. Wyatt's brother-in- law, Frank Lee Austin, truck driver and former taxi stand operator. \V. J. Pixley was clubbed in the fight but his condition is not serious, Sheriff H. C. Billingsley said. The sheriff said Austin also would be charged with kidnap- ing B. E, Feuhs of Houston who Billingsley said was brought to Lufkin by Austin at the point of a knife. Feuhs was held at Austin's home where the shooting took place, the sheriff added. The man was released by county officers when Austin informed him the man was tied up at the place. Feuhs is Austin's brother-in-law. The shooting was the second in this county within the last 24 hours. J. Crawford, farmer, was charged yesterday in the shotgun death of G. W. Hudgens, aged farmer, in the Durant community and released under $2,000 bond today. Rodgers, Smith To Take Army Exams Orders to appear today before an Army examining board at Camp Bai-keiey, Abilene, have been received by \V. H. Rodger. 1 ;, Lubbock city manager, and Marlin R. Smith, jr., city engineer. Mayor Carl E. Slaton approved leaves of absence for them «o that they may appear. Both expect to return Friday. The instructions follow questionnaires which were submitted to them several weeks ago relative to their availability for. specialized Army service. KKOWLES TO SPEAK FORT WORTH, March 25. (ff) —Dr. Harry Knowles, pastor o£ the First Christian church' of Houston, will deliver the commencement address to the class o£ 1942 at Texas Christian university, President M. E. Sadler announced here today. MRS. COOPER DIES . PARIS, March 25. (/P)—Mrs, E. C. Cooper, 45, died late last night of injuries suffered when she was struck by an automobile Monday night. Two men held pending the probable filing of charges. Buy A Defence Bond 1ODAYI WHAT CAUSES YOUR CONSTIPATION? Many people look upon constipation «i just a failure ol regular bowel movement. Vet, so varied are ita causes that often your needs may be for something which not only relieves constipation but also met* »s «a aid to wake up the flow of bile. Try Carter's Little Liver PjlU . . . they are a laxative and more. Not only do they aid In the relief of constipation with its BOUT irritability and discomfort, but they also help wake up a better flow of one of our own most; vital dijres live juices—the bile. So the next time you are bogged down "and aufTerine from inner sluggishness— try the laxative with the plus value—ny Carter's Little Liver Pills as directed. See the difference for yourself. See how good — how glad- to-be-alive you may feel tomorrow morn- Ing. All druggUU lot and 25<!. . . —Adv Let us help* you with your Spring moving problems.'You can rely on us to handle your household goods carefully. We take pride in quick, safe service. And our rates are low! Lubbock Transfer & Storage Co. 701 - 10th St. Dial 5715 6:00 6:15 6:25 6:30 6:35 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:20 1:30 7:45 8:00 8:05 8:15 8:30 9:00 0:15 9:30 10:00 10:15 10:30 11:00 Fulton Lewis, Jr (MBS). Here's Morgan (MBS). Let's Talk Sports. Local News. Dinner Music. Movie Roundup. Newscast, Picture Revue. Interlude. F. Y. I. (MBS). Blue Barron's Orchestra (MBSI. Junior Welfare League Program. Varieties In Swing. To Be Announced 4MBS]. Dance Music. Raymond Gram Swing IMBS1. Ruby Newman Orchestra (MBS). Soldier Bo>s* Salute. V/ally Johnson Orchestra (MBS). Britain Speaks (MBSI. Songs for Marching Men (MES). ' S:GN OFF. SURVEY PERMITTED HOUSTON, March 25. (iP) —The commissioners court has granted permission to a new federal agency—the public work reserve of the Federal Works agency — to make a survey of the county's needs for a six-j'ear program of public works. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! Kite Tournament To Be Held April 4 Postponement of the fourth annual kite tournament of the city- WPA recreation project from next Saturday until Saturday afternoon, April 4, has been announced by Miss Leona Gelin, project supervisor. The event is scheduled to get underway at 2 o'clock in Mackenzie state park Miss Gelin, who Is being assisted in the preparations by Miss Imogene Douglass, district supervisor, of "recreation projects, also reported that a huge box kite publicizing the approaching tournament will be sent aloft from vari- .ous school grounds of the city before the contests are held. Seven classes of competition are to be provided and prizes are to be defense stamps. Classes will be highest flying, for contestants under 14 years of age; highest flying, for contestants over 14; and for the largest, smallest, most artistic, most patriotic and most unusual kites. Prizes for the highest flying kites will be $2.50 in defense stamps. In other classes, §1 in stamps will be given. INJURED FATALLY DENTON, March 25. UP) —Antone Purcine of Tioga was injured fatally and his 12-year-old son hurt seriously in an automobile- truck collision in northeastern Denton county last night. Officers are investigating. V*?'-' 1 ., •V^ Coca-Cola belongs. People welcome Coca-Cola. They know it is the real filing/--the quality drink. They know that its taste and refreshment never disappoint... always please. YQ» trust its quality SOT7LEO UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA,-CO IA COMfANY'TY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 1613 Texas Avenue Lubbock Dial 5529 WEST TEXAS HOSPITAL STAPF OFT ICC: Wett Texu Clinic 1312 Main Strttt CHARLES JT. WAGNER, H- D. Snrcerr and Consultation SAM G/ DUNN, M. D.. F. A. C. I. Sorcery. Genlto-Crinarj Disrate* WM. L. BADGE, St. O. Sar;cT7 and Dl*rn«ih FRED W. STANDEFER, M. D. ROBERT T. CANON. M. D. • ETC. Car. No», Threat AHcry. Hayfever W. F_ CRAVENS, M. D. General Medicine DENZH. D. CROSS. M. P.. T. A. C. B. Sorcery, GyDecolnry. Grotory O. VT. ENGLISH. M. D_ F. A. C. ». dDrrerj. Diseases or Women EWEIX U RTJNT, M. O,, F. A. C. t, Surgery, Obstetrics C. a MANSELU M. O. • DermalolojCT and General Keflehle A. J. JENSON, M. D. Obstetrics and Pediatrle* M. D. WATKTNS. St. I). Eye. Ear. N*os«. Tnroat OFFICE: Stewart & Benson O.tnte 150-2 Main Street AM.EN T. STEWART, M. I>. Obiitlrio, Gynecoldrj, Surgery M. H. BENSON, M. D. » Infant* and Cnitdrtn B- C. OOL'Rt.AS. M. D. General Medicine OFFICE: Lnbbock Ntllnna! Bldf. C7.YDE F. ELK INS. JR.. M. D. Sorcery, General Meiicin* C. J. ItOU.ISKS'.VOR-fH Snperintenrienl HA/.F.t. R. F.nfiF.KTON. R. X. Director nr Vnrsinr • Srtvlnr t;_ S. y»Tj We're Wards for oui "Easter is one time when we oil get new shoes. And we always gel them at Wards! It'i fun, because there are so many brand new styles to choose from! And the salesman always measures our feef so carefully, and tells us how fast we're growing. Mom soys Wards is like th» family doctor, because she can trust them with everything—even our feet. Mom's pretty careful about our feet. She says they're like a foundation— and the right shoes keep us growing straight. She looks al the leather, and ihe sole, and even inside—and she and dad always marvel how Wards can seli such well-made, long-wearing shoes at such low prices. P. S. We're buying Defense Stamps with the money we're saving!" Your Children's Shoes Cost Less at Wards! H.r favorite brown-and- wnile "moci," with sturdy leather lolei! 12Vi-3.2.29 Ih« popular Cadet, In 2 fonei of browm smart wilh her suit! 1 Th-Z. 2.29 I 29 to 3 39 Twin sister to our white strop shoe, but in black patent' leotherl 12H-3. 1.79 P!ctvr*-book pumpi, with • butterfly bow, in black pol- 12V-1-3. 1,79 Or.uy litlU itrap iris.s in shiny btocV patent, for EaUtr! 8 T ,i-2. ],29 Clsitic black potent T-jIrctpj with littl, deb heels for fester!} 21^-3. 1.79 fruity wliite strap jhsol, with open toe«, open srdeil Roy* Iftc* tnitt brown ox- for.ds—Iheyhove scurf-proof lipil \VA-3. 2.29 m-3. 1.79 Brown wing tips, lit, dctJ't . — good-looking end w f ]| model 2W-6. 3.39 LARGEST SELECTION OF CHILDREN'S SHOES IN TOWN Us» Word. MONTHIY PAYMENT PLAN to buy your thildrtn't Easttr shots. T'n«uiontJ« of it«ro* not display- 4 tr. cur stores or. available quitVty through cur CATAIOG ORDER DEPARTMENT. ===5==g DIAL 8521 LU3BOCK

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