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..... MOKNIKG AVALANCHE ..lubbock,Texos, Friday. March 27, 1942 iPrime Minister Uses Caution Qmrchill Forecasts TiirnForetter In War Dial 4343 For The Avqldnche-Journot Office* (By TS; A*icc!«".*s Pr«ij> ;- .LONDON, March 25.—Winston Churchill foresaw with me-ssurec': .caution today a u:rr. 'or the better fn the course oi the *-var and call'•ed earuMt'y upon Britons for a rigid stock-taking to "make sure that our £e!:c\v countrymen and pur Allip-- have the bi-st service from us thst v-'e can give . . .'' '-• j.The prirr.e minister was addressing the- annual meeting of ;tiw central council o: conservative and union is: associations—in other v;crc5. the inr^er circle of the na'.icr.'s up;:~?r-c!ss3 leaders- Ship. I: - .v:.$ sn earner: ptoa for uniiy of both Br:tcr.s and 'Cnited Nations sr.<i :t included ti;e unequivocal statement that Church:II '.vc-ld sismp cut what he calle-i calculated "to diV.'jrb the army or weaken the ees£!ce."ce o: the coi:n:r>- and the armed forces in the qualities and charsc'.sr of o'Jr cevotec corps of officers." Churchill's prediction of a torn in the tide of misfortune rvas qualified *.v:th sckno'.vledgement ;ha: the battle of th» Atlantic for the "trr.e beins "~hss worsened again"' and a somber assurance that there will be much more trouble. Tech Debaters High In Atlanta Contests Men's and women's debate teams from Texas Technological college placed high in competition at AtIanta T Ga._ Miss Annsh. Jo •Pendleton, acting hesd professor of speech, and debate coach at the college, telegraphed. Thursday. Three debates won and three lost was the record hung up by the men's team: the women's team winning four and losing two and tying for second place in the . Junior division at the meet. The teams competed at the tournament sponsored by the Southern Association of Teachers of Speech a: rhe University of ' '^Georgia at Atlanta. Members of .the women's team were Betty - O'Msra of Lubfacck and Edith : Foole of Benjamin and members .'of the men's team were Cullen Chapman of Lubbock and Orville Shofner of Levelland. The tournament was held Tues' day and Wednesday. The students •were to be members of a student ' congress meeting today and Fri- Scouts To Have 1,000 •Eggs To Search For l-ln Annual Hunt - Boy Scouts particinating in the ' annual Easter egg hunt at 2 o'clock - Sunday afternoon in Mackenzie ' r state csrk will have more than I,000 eggs to search for, Ed D. Alj Isn, chairman of the committee ; on arrangements for the event, has announced. Scouts and cubs are to meet in .ths vicinity at the barbecue pits -before starting the hunt, Allen "said. He announced that eight merchandise prizes have been do- ;.nated additional to the camp fee : awards which have been tjosted ,by the scout council. The eggs a!-so have been donated and the .work of boiling and coloring them .is in charge of Al Finnell, acting .manager of Hilton hotel. '; Announcement also was made Jack O. Stone, council executive, that new scout troop No. 4-1 sponsored by St. Paul's Episcopal church has been formed. Bates Witt is scoutmaster and Jimmy < Witt is assistant Troop commit- /teexnen are John B. Eountree, j>.yle -B. Ratisseau, George W. ; Gray and Wilmot Eaton. Scouts are T. S. Cranford, Tom and Jerry 'L'eMorid,: Bates Witt, jr., Wendell ;Hartsfield, Rex Zachary and Ted 'Forsyth. GINNINGS ARE LOW HTLLSBORO, March 26. VP>— Hill county cotton ginnings for 1941 totalled 34,631 bales, lowest in 20 years. Highest year was 1928 with 101,995 bales. -••^'^•r-vVisjI-^V^^/-:^^ lul '.hey are-are left to right, Nell Jack, Chi Omega from Dallas, Kay Ab^hv Pi Be?a Phi xrom Dallas, and Mary Frances (Chan) Johnson, Kappa Alpha Theta from Vernon Tire Situation For Tractors May Be Acute In County Chairman James P. Steele of the Lubbock County War Board of the U. S. department of agriculture, at a meeting Thursday in the county agricultural department office, named a committee of three to draft resolutions on the tractor-tire situation, C. C. Jobson, secretary of the board, announced. George Turner of the U. S. soil conservation service; W. G. Newton, manager of South Plains Electric cooperative Inc., and Jobson were named op. the group. They were instructed to prepare the resolutions presented at a meeting of district 2 land use planning committees this afternoon in Lubbock hotel. Meantime, the resolutions are to be sent to B. F. Vance, College Station, chairman of the state war board and also to Senators Tom Connelly and Wilbert Lee O'Daniel and Congressman George Mahon. It was pointed out in a discussion of the tone of the resolutions that the tractor tire situation in this area was fast becoming a serious problem, because such a heavy percentage of farm operations is handled by tractors. Largest per cent of tractor-operated farms in Texas, it is believed, are found in this area. Likewise, 95 per cent or more of the cotton hauled to gins for ginning is hauled in trailers with rubber tires. R. E. Wilson of Plainview, district 2 chairman of the land use planning committee, has called the meeting for this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the hotel. Each of the 20 committees in the district has been asked to send a representative. The group will discuss among other matters, the U. S. D. A. food for freedom increased production of this district. Besides committee members, most of the county agricultural agents and county Agricultural Adjustment administration administrators are also expected to attend. Science Of Rubber Reclamation Has Come To Aid Of Women, Their Figures And Morale (3y The United Prejil CHICAGO, March 26—The science of rubber reclamation came to the aid of American women, their figures and their morale today with a neat two- way stretch girdle made from old shoes and worn-out tires. _ Stretching a "reclaimed" girdle to emphasize his message of hope, Dr. M. C. Teague, researcher in rubber, told members of the National Farm Chemurgic council that the girdle was made by a new process of . devulcanizing old rubber. The rubber industry, Teague said, had "taken the rubber pants from the baby to get messages to-and from our armed forces." He displayed two rubber insulated assault wires of equal weight and insulation values, but one cf the wires made by a new multiple dip process using a special latex compound was five and one-half times longer than the other. The wire weighed 30 pounds per mile, as compared • with 163 pounds per mile with the old process. CONFERENCE IS SCHEDULED MEXICO CITY, March 25. OP;— President Avila Camacho has named a committee to organize the second Inter-American Agricultural conference to be held here July 6-16. Minister of Agriculture Marte R. Gome?, was made chairman. Russia has made it a criminal offense for industrial organizations to sell or exchange machinery, materials, goods or tools without orders from higher authority. Midland Man Elected By Good Roads Group AUSTIN, March 25 (jp, — Fred Wemple of Midland today presided over affairs of the Texas Good Roads association whose members elected him to the presidency. Other officers chosen at the association's annual meeting here were Rufus Higgs of Stephenville, John S. Redditt of Lufkin and H. Paraguay is encouraging the shipment of straw, hats to~other countries. B. Zachry of San Antonio vice- presidents; Franz Groos of San Antonio, secretary-treasurer; Datus E. Proper of San Antonio, executive vice-president New directors included: Marcus Wood of LongvJew, Lo\vry Martin of Corsicana. Charles S. "Ashcroft of Sulphur Springs; Joe Leonard of Gainesville, R. J. Edwards of Denton and J. H. Allison of Wichita Falls. •TV* f MAXWELL HOUSE . .. For Maxwell House is already ground nnd waiiine for row, m 3 precisely correct grinds for every tvpc of coflce-raakcr-Drip, Regular, and C'lass-Makcrl And today in tlial famous bine Maxwell House lin TO,, gel more flavor for your money because ... • Cere's more flavor hi the Maxwell House blend—It's far richer tn highland-grown, extra-flavor coffees. • All the flavor Is brought out by the special "Radiant Roast'' process. , « No flavor can escape —it's seated, roaster-fresh, (n the famous super-vacuum tin. • To s.ive money and sav«> shopping trips— net the thrifty 2-p.ound tin. \\ -^ GOOD TO THE LAST DROP ! 3 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT R!NG Only LESTERS tremendous buying power enables you to get this $150 value for only PAY $1,50 WEEKLY 1010 BROADWAY Crop Insurance Drive Conducted In a final drive to pet farmers to insure their 1942 cotton crops, a series of all-day sessions of community committees of Lub- bot-k county will be held Friday and, Saturday, James P. Steele chairman of the county Agricultural Adjustment administration committee, announced Thursday. Meetings will be as follows: Slaton city hall, Idalou community building, Roosevelt rural high school, Bccton school, Ne\v Deal =chool at Monroe, Shallowater community building, Frenship school at Wolfforth and Cooper rural high school at Woodrow. "We want to urge every farmer in the county who is a cotton producer, to seriously consider insuring his cotton this year," Steele explained. "This is the first year that we have been able to get cotton included in the insurance program. Premium rates are of especial interest to irrigation farmers and with our past history o£ possible crop losses, the insurance will be a good investment." Displaying posters asking people to save light and fuel, a large London store used five 1,000-watt spotlights, 20 footlights and 25 colored headlights to illuminate one window. 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