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April 1, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 7

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>AGE TWELVE—fHE MORNING AVALANCHE Lubbock, Texas, Wednesday, April I, 1942 I * - .I.-'''- . " I 4343 For The Atolanehe-Journol in a Hart ScHaffner & Marx GULF WEIGHT Mcke her PrR-0-U-D of you Easter Morning as you both march arm-in-arm In the colorful Easter Parade . . . drop by this week and try on one of these ne\v Gu*f (West Texas) Weights . . . they're the perfect suit for our type weather . . . not too heavy, not too light. . , just right for Year-Around wear in West Texas .. . and they're smart, perfectly tailored as only H. S. & M. knows how ... in your favorite tones . . . next time ask to TRY ON A GULFWEIGHT. featured at Farm Tires Are Seriously Needed Inability to secure tires for farm machinery is causing a serious sit- ^ nation in Lubbock county, plea:, j to proper officials have revealed. In varying degrees, the rest of the South Plains and most of West Texas is faced with a similar situation as that which exists in Lubbock county, it was said. Need Tractor Tires Telegrams and other communications from members of the county agricultural war board, of which J. P. Steele of Woodrow is chairman, and from the chamber of cfiirmerce stated that 500 tractor tires will be needed in Lubbock county before May 1 or that large areas of farm land cannot be cultivated. This information has been addressed, among others, to Mark McGe<;, chairman of state rationing, and the West Texas Chamber of Commerce, which is taking the lead in seeking relief for West Texas as a whole. All the communications stress that.farming in' West Texas taken as a whole is highly mechanized, due to the fact that, on, the who!*, farms are jarger than in most sections of the nation. Because a great many farmers rely almost entirely on machinery to work their land, few have livestock to use in crop production. . 3750 Tractors In County The mechanization of farms in Lubbock county, according to the reports, has progressed even further than in most o£ West Texas. The most recent figures reveal that approximately 3,750 tractors are owned in this county, and that approximately 50 now are idle for the lack of tires. Officials have been advised further that the situation is growing worse steadily. Rationing officials have been urged in the appeals from Lubbock and West Texas Chamber of Commerce to take cognizance 01 the fact that some areas of the nation are more highly mechanized than others, to establish quotas for farm equipment that are separate from other types of motor vehicles, and to fix farm quotas on an annual or seasonal basis. NO CHESS BY MAIL DALLAS. March 31. (if) — George Koltanowski, Dallas chess club director, can't send any more lessons to his students in South America. Wartime mail regulations pie- vent mailing aboard any abbreviations nicknames and codes, "oltancnvski was told by Post:: laster J. Howard Payne. PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARY HORIZONTAL 1,8 Pictured administrative .secretary o£ U.S. President. 13 Too. 14 Angry. 16 Hfr is also the President's 17 Erad'icate. 19 Make into law 21 Negative. 23 Beak. 24 Bind. 25 Jumbled type. 26 Shed tears. 28 Period, 30 Dress edge. 31 Pedal digit. 32 Pay attention, to, 34 More refined. 36 Land measure. 37 Wand. 38 Feminine .name. 40 To rive. 42 Hostelry. 43 Belonging to him. 44 Fairy. 46 South Dakota Answer to Previous I'uirle (abbr.). 47 Burmese measure. 48 East Indies (abbr.). 49 Clenched hands. 51 Performed. 55 Unique. 57 Straight. ' 59 Actor's part. 61 Earlier. 62 Communications. VERTICAL ISet afloat- 2 Aluminum (symbol). 3 Employ. 4 Maize. 5 Capital of Portugal, 6 Anger. 7 North America (abbr.). 8 Middle. 9 Speed competition 10 Ritardando (abbr.). 11 Hypothetical structural unit 12 Weird. 15 Tellurium (symbol), 18 Help. 20 Ambition. 22 Mineral rock. 25 Post office (abbr.). 27 Pine for. 26 Wearies. 30"Border of shrubs. 33 Arid. 35 Fish. 38 Skinflints. ' 39 Also. 40 Cold season. 41 Chooses. 43 Possesses. 45 Suited. 47 Legal claim, 49 Backward. 50 Senior • (abbr.). 51 High card. 52 Age. 53 Canine. 54 Footlike part. 56 Army order (abbr.). 58 Print measure, 60.The (Fr.). 2J 22 17 2? 2.7 3& 38 •59 4-Z 46 55 & 56 35 28 45 47 57 7 . 37 51 IO Z4 41 w 10 II 59 53 ?M 60 ONE THING YOU CAN COUNT ON... From top to loe .;; stockings by NoMerd corry sotisfoctton in every thread 1 NoMend quality is consistent, today as always. NoMend craftsmanship is tta finest possible. So if you wont perfectly fitted, exquisitel/ clear, sleek hose that givg superb wear, ask us for NoMend, SJ15 10 S|50 Silk, lisle and the new rayon DEPARTMENT STORE 903-07 Broadway r o'' ffirfr NEW New shipment of Eiser.berg Ice Pins. . . in gorgeous new set( : ngi ond designs. . . perfect to odd the finishing touch to your Easter Costume ... or ideal f o r en Easter gift. 8.85 io 18.35 ,rs * Third Of Holy Week Services Scheduled At Theciter Today Another in the series of Holy \veck services being conducted from 12:30 until 1 o'clock daily at the Lindscy theater is scheduled today, with Rev. Dwight L. Mc- Ci'ee, pastor of the St. John's Methodist church presiding. Bishop Ivan Lee Holt of Dallas, is the principal speaker at these' gatherings throughout the j week. j Laymen of the Methodist I churches oi the city are to be ushers at noon today. Tuesday, Bishop Holt told the group that people of today cannot find God by running away from the dangers and responsibilities of'the times, but by facing them. .Taking illustrations from the Bible and citing Paul and Jeremiah fas examples, Bishop Holt told how greater peace may be found in sharing responsibilities than by finding a quiet place where one will not be subjected to dangers and pi-oblems. Presiding at the session was Rev. H. G Ganiz. pastor of the First Chris- :ian church. Members of the Lubbpck Optimist club were special guests. Wore than 60 per cent of the world supply of cotton is produced in th°. U. S. Announcing OPENING OF OFFICE BY DR. SAM H. HITCH j Osteopathic . Physican & Surgeon 401 LUBBOCK NATIONAL BANK BLDG. Phone 2-2662 Residence Phone 2-3545 icial &! Utter f-tsfed befow are many of your favorite Frances Denney cosmetfc^. . . c!l featured for a limited time at ONE DOLLAR EACH regardless of their former price. . .check them over carefully and avail yourself of this grand opportunity. S2.00 32.00 S2.00 $2.50 S1.25 S2.50 SI.50 32.00 $1.50 (DRY SKIN TREATMENTS) CLEANSING CREAM . Sl.OO VELVET CREAM $1.00 OIL BLEND Sl.OO EYE CREAM S-.00 SKIN CREAM Sl.OO CREAM MASK . . . Sl.OO UNDERTONE POWDER BASE Sl.OO FEPPY MIXTURE Sl.OO NIGHT-TONE $1.00 • (THROAT AND NECK TREATMENTS) >. S2.00 THROAT AND NECK CREAM $1.00 $2.25 SPECIAL ASTRINGENT Sl.OO (OILY SKIN,AND ACNE TREATMENTS) $',.50 CLEANSING MEAL .' . ..$1.00 SI.50 CLEANSING LOTION Sl.OO SI.25 LOCAL ACNE CREAM Sl.OO S1.75 LOCAL ACNE LOTION Sl.OO S2.00 SPECIAL. CLEANSING CREAM Sl.OO $2.00 MILD CLEANSING CREAM $1.C«0 (MAKE-UP .ITEMS) SI.50 POWDER Sl.OO SI.50 MAKE-UP FILM Sl.OO $1.65 FOUNDATION LOTION $1.00 "EN COR E" the new slip by KICKER N.iCK -Specially design eel for liflie," young figures with -tiny waistlines. Note the. sKapccl bias gi v d 1 e; the straight-cut skirt, seamed in back; low, surplice neckline. It's a flatterer . . . and it stays in place . . . never rides up. Pickwick crepe; tea rose. Sizes 20J/2-37'/,. ' ' $2.50 Also Knit ..... $2,25 YOUR' DEPARTMENT STORE 903-07 Broadway MISS MABEL CORNELIUS, IQ! Frances Denney representative HERE ALL THIS WEEK DIAL PUT YOUR And Problems In Our Hands Want your furnitura moved to another city? Want it stored for the duration? Our many yes'jrs of moving and storage service are your best assurance thai your possessions will be carefully handled — and insured — whan we do the lubbock Transfer & Storage Co, Dial 5715 Cl 701 - 10th St. Avalanche-Journal Want Ads Fay

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