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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 11

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.iiJAGr TWENTY-TWO;. i^^.'.&i^~ r ~^~~^f-~ -THE .MORNINGAVALANCHE Lubopck, Texos, Frfrfgy, Morc\i 27, 1942 First Aid Contest Will Be enior Hiqh Gym *af i -, j, : • • iene For Events "Diot 4343 for The Avalancne-Join'hol Off feet First aid contests and a court tjf ;honor will be combined into a b\g evening for Boy Scouts of the South Plains in Senior High school gymnasium tonight at 7 o'clock, according to announcement Thursday by Jack O. Stone, council executive. . Fifty-seven teams of five scouts each have qualified for the first aid contests, which will decide the 1942 championship of the council, Stone explained. Twenty-seven towns are represented among the eligible teams. Divided Into Groups The teams are so numerous, he . said, that it will be necessary to divide them info two groups. The first group will compete at 7 o'clock. The second group will start at 3:45 o'clock. The court of honor, whicii will be for Lubbock district, is set for 8:15. Judging in the first aid contest will be on a point basis. Each team will be assigned four first aid problems. Red Cross members will be the judges. Public Is Invited .The public is invited to attend, the executive said. No admission will be charged. The following scouts are scheduled for advancement at the court of honor: Tenderfoot recognition—Bobby Jones, Billy Jones, Bill Tiper, Don R. Holton, Owen Parry and Dick Cheatham. Second class—John -Kallas, Billy Wayne Richardson, Fred Eddins and Bobby Zimmerman. First class—C. E. Wallace, Jimmie Johnson, Rayburn Atwell Metcalfe, G. W. Taylor and Billy Joe Walker. Merit badges — James. Allen, Bennie Gunn, Carl Hester, Tom Ingram, Bob Pinkston, Joe Dean Payne, Fred T. Rodgers, Sammy Self, Bobby Smith, Harold Wall, Paul Jenkins Yancey, Charles Adams, Douglas Ray, Floyd Rector, David West, Fred Widmoyer, Weldon Adams, Bobby Baker Charles Guy, Hoy D. McKinney, James Stanley, James Wilson, John Bill Wheeler, Charles Brown Robert Collier, Bill Crawford, Bobby Crawford, Jerry Crawford, Jackie Davis, Ray Ellison, Willard Edgett, Don Lyle, Odell McCloud, HVWVV ,- i i am mm*m IT i^LifeiALj^iT^aP^i'ggqaa %£ Fred McDonald, Daniel Norman, Howard Schmidt, Ray Simmons, Jerry Thrush, Billy Joe Taylor Tommy J. Vallis, Jimmy Williams John Birdwell, Wayne Cobb, BiJly Tom Garner, Jimmy Johnson, Don Landers, Jerry Smyth, Willie York, Gene McClendon, John Paul Craig, James Campbell, Clinton DeWolf, Jimmie Garrett, J. L. Lea, Warner Peticolas, Paul Stevens, Pat Thurman, George Worrell, Dean Wylie, Philip Land, H A. Mahle, T. S. Cranford, Ted Forsythe, Wendell Haftsfield, Jerry LeMond, Tom LeMond, jr Bates Witt, jr., Jimmy Witt. Star — Rogers, Crawford and Forsyth. 4 Life—Jerry LeMond. Eagle bronze palm—Edgett. Eagle silver palm—DeWolf. Eagle double silver palm—Wid- moyer. Eagle recognition — Cranford, Examinations Will Be Conducted Here For State Posts Competitive examinations for positions in the Texas Unemployment Compensation commission. United States Employment service and Texas State Department of Public Welfare will be conducted in Senior Hish Fchool April 18 according to W. C. Watts, chief examiner of the Merit System council here. Positions needed to be filled "by examination candidates, and pay offered: Interviewer, S120 to S150 Tom LeMond, jr. Civic service—Tom Kilpatrick. HED MAN GOES MODERN TORT LEWIS, Wash. (0?) — Sioux Indian soldiers of Company B, 163rd Infantry of the 41st Division, got tired of many a backbreaking hour over a washtub. They needed something to take tne place of squaw-work. So they purchased a washing machine with money they saved from rebates on canteen book purchases. a month; interviewing clerk, $100$120; placement "interviewers, $135-$1C5; junior clerk $90-§120- clerk, SI 10-5130: junior stenographer, 590-S125; stenographer, $110- S135; senior stenographer. S120- ?lo5; field auditor, §160-5200. Application 1 blanks may be ob- taneci by writing Merit System Council 303 Tribune building Austin, Texas. Candidates for examination must file the blanks by April Court Of Honor TonMit .. -... • *—••'. Mare-Island'Commandant Says "Defense Must Be Turned To "Offense" For U. 5. (By The Associated Press) VALLEJO, Calif., March 26 — The word "defense" should be struck from the lexicon of Americans; in its piace should go the word "offense." Admiral W. L. Friedell sent that notice to the workers of the Mare Island navy yard which he commands. "Prior to the sneaking Japanese treachery at Pearl Harbor," the Admiral's statement said, "the word 'defense 1 nerved an admirable purpose. .We rightly were> then buying 'defense" bonds and working for the national 'defense' program. Our efforts were then being put forth for the 'defense' of our country. * "The commandant believes that the time is now appropriate and overdue to shift our attitude from 'defense' to 'offense.' No wars in the past have been won by 'defensive' action. The future of every man, woman and child in the United States is dependent upon our winning this war, and it can only be won by 'offensive 3 action. "Let us from now on strike out the word 'defense' and build ships for 'offense' — let us repair vessels for 'offense' — let us buy bonds for 'offense, 1 and we will win this war. ''Time is precious in any 'offensive.' Do not waste it! Eliminate the word 'defense* wherever you can, and substitute 'offense.' Therein lies the way to victory." 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