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April 2, 1942

Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 1

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AVALANCHE MUD4KIAKD MOCCASIN HAND RUBBED ANTIQUE HNJSH GOOD SOUND SHOES . . .'by for Hie best w« know of ot this price. You want facts—not fancy claims— thert'i why w« feature a brand you know is right style- wiss, ctualitywise and pricewise. • featuring loff ionntd, sturdy vMar weather cc/fiktn In hand-tfained ffnjjfr. QotKiers Lubbock, Texos, Thursday/ April 2, 1942 Dial 4343 For The AvoIgncfic-jQurnal Officti A Defense Bond Today. FORA... BOY'S Larger Supply Of Wheat Seen (By The Associated Press) WASHINGTON, April 1— De- pite two successive short war rops and prospects that 1.942 pro- uction may be smaller yet, the vorld may have a larger supply { wheat this year than ever be- ore, the Agriculture department aid today. This is because the surplus ex- sting in the world's four leadin.2 exporting nations — the United Stylos, Canada, Australia a:id Ar- ;entina—is tht largest on record. Crop Smaller This Year The department did that present prospects indicated a tota" .942 crop for most of the world OJ around 3,950,000,000 bushels, or slightly less than was harvestec last year. This figure compares with "the record crop of 4,636,000,)00 produced in 1938. Russia anc -hina are excluded from the work figures because inadequate infer mation has been available. The world—again executive o Russia and China—is expected to have a carryover ot about 1,590, 000,000 burhels of old wheat when the 1942 crop is harvested. Of thi amount, only about 175,000,001 bushels were expected to be hek by countries other than the Unite' States, Canada, Australia and Ar gentina. our Lubbodi Army Flying School Officers Promoted ?rom Captains To Majors ROPESVILLE MAN BURIED ROPESVILLE, April 1. (Specia —Funeral services were conduc' ed Wednesday afternoon in Ropes ville Church of Christ for Amo Spear, 66. of Ropesville. Intei Four new officers are wearinn e oak leaves at Lubbock Army "lying school, having been pro- noted thir week from captains to lajors. They are Ma.i. Norman E. Boren, jr., technical inspector; Maj. toward D. Kenzie, commanding fficer if training squadron No. 4; Maj. E. V. Robnett, jr., command- ng officer of training squadron ••Jo. 3, and Maj. George F. Keene, commanding officer of draining squadron No. 2 Formerly With Douglas Maj. Borden, who is married and lives at 2805 Twenty-seventh street, was transferred here Jan. 5 from Randolph field. A graduate of New York university, he was at one time an aeronautical engineer for Douglas aircraft, at other times was with the Federal Emergency Relief administration, the Civilian Conservation corps and a commercial photographer. His civilian home was Houston. Maj. Kenzie is married and lives at 2803 Twenty-seventh street. He, of Boise, Idaho, was graduated in 1938 from West Point and has been in the Army since. He was transferred to Lubbock Feb. •1 from Brooks field. Former A & M Man Maj. Robnett lives at 2817 Twenty-seventh street wilh his wife and year-old daughter Jeanne He is a former student of Oklahoma City university, where he lettered two years in football. He was transferred to Lubbock in January from Kelly field. Maj. Keene lives at 2813 Twenty-seventh street. He is married A former resident of San Antonio he was graduated from St. Mary's university of San Antonio anc formerly attended Texas A, & M college. He was t;ansferred in February from Kelly field. Cooper Seniors Are To ^resent Play Tonight "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" will be presented by the seniors of Cooper Rural High school in the school auditorium to- nig'nt at 8:30 o'clock, it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. V. B. Watson, director. • Members of the cast are Donald Johnson, in the title role; Betty Jean Roberts, as Becky Thatcher, and Dortha Nell Dawkhis, Cortez Pitts, Mclba Jean Slater, Herbert D. Henderson, Margarette Lcggett. Talbert Colcman, Virginia Grew, J. B. Morris, Gene Barrett. Betty Myrle Alexander. Buck Molchcr. and Otis Rogers, jr. Admission prices will be 10 and 20 cents. Proceeds will go into the class fund. Optimist Officers To Be Elected Tuesday Election of 'Lubbock Optimist club officers has been scheduled for'-next Tuesday at th-i regular weekly luncheon. Names .of candidates were announced by. a nominating committee at this week's regular session. Nominees are Dr. R. S. Underwood, for president; J. B. Morrisset, for first vice president; Dr. II. H. Lanford, for second vice presi dent; Morris Levine and C. E. Hunt, for .members of the board of directors. The club met Tuesday for its regular luncheon, but adjourned at 32:30 o'clock to attend the Holy week service at the Lindsey theater. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! WHAT CAUSES YOUR CONSTIPATION? Many people look upon eonatipation «» just u failure of regular bowel movement. Vet, ao varied ure its causes Ui»t often your needs may bt (or lomething which not only relieves con&tipatiun but aUo acU as aa aid to wake up the flow of bile. Try Carter's Little Liver Pill* . . „ the/ arc u la.Mitii'e end more. Not ouly do tber ai'i in the relief of constipation with 1U sour irritability and discomfort, but they ulso help wake tip * letter flow of one of our own most vitii! uigestive. Juicys—the bile. . So the next time you are begged down nnd euSorinit from inner elUEKlihneia—try the laxative with the via* value—try Carter'* Little Liver Pills as directed. Se* tha difference for yourself. See huw good— how elfld- to-be-nlivc you may fed tomorrow morn* inK. All <lru£gi:U IOC tnd lit. adr. Read The Want Ads ment was in Ropesville cemetery under direction of Bryan McDonald & Son Funeral home. Mr. Spear died about 8:30 o'clock Tuesday, night in a Lubbock hospital. EASTER!! S & Q BOYS 1 SHOP SHOWS THE KIND OF CLOTHES BOYS LIKE TO WEAR. NOW , Others to $29.95 Suits for Easter and for wear all the year long. Designed to give long service and extra good looks. Sizes 8 to 22. SLAX And Uplo 6.31 £flST£R MORE THAN I /?e eau Sportstown Woolens and Burton Poplins EVER BEFORE . . . YOU'LL WANT TO D RESSUIIP aa&f 5rf &3* ** K, FOR EASTER Make this an Easter that You'll be proud to remember! A suit selection from our traditionally famous clothing brands will be an experience that you'll enjoy. Scores for you to select from . . . every fabric ... every new color. Others S24.95 ts $50 Sport Coats 'n Slax $16.50 $7.95 Other: To Others ?23.00 S5 to S16.W1 Plain or EXTRA fancy patterns make up sports combinations for Spring and Summer wear. This year we've gone overboard with the largest showing of slacks and sport, coats ever. Slax are tKe utility garment for spring and siinmier.wear. Buy several _ psirs. • Many we'.vteaiure sre washable. Sizes 8 up to 20. " - - SPORT SHIRTS Cooi comfortable and especially good looking this ye^ -•A season's supply -elot'*= no'.v v.-i*t be a smart move Si7.es 6 to 18. B 1 8 3 S r ilrlpcd coat end solid color shorts. Sizes 3 to 8_ Hanna-Pope EASTER PARADE SUCCESS! Created lor the particular man who prefers ties of unusual originality in color harmony and patterns. For smartness—neat tying and wrinkle resistance, ,v\ *r\ <** Little "Dress" Suits will lead the ' Easter Parade this season. Wonderfully flattering, they're softly tailored, feminine ... a joy to wear. New inset belts, soft fitted jackets, satin-bound man-tailored, pleated skirts ... in twills, sheer wools, and flannels in the latest shades for Spring. Enchanting SHOE STYLES for Walk in style and comfort in the Easter Parade this year. Beautiful shoes.styled by Vitality, Paramount, Bourbeuse, Fan- chone and Fashion Plate assure you of the finest ve can offer. jU<U6U Daisy ... A blue gabardine with a calf trim of matching blue . . . fopped with a circular combination bow ! 55.95 Thfclma . , . Black gabardine with pstent trim to match. Open and bouvelavd heel 56 toe 95 Argie ... An Open Road Slipper by Vitality with a io\v heel . . . that gives comfort as well as style . white and tan combinations S5.50

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