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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 8

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>A6E SIXTIEN-^THE MORNING AVAI.ANCHf Lukbock, Texas/ ThursJoy, April 2, ,1942 Dial 4343 For The Avojanche-Jounia! Officer THE FASHION CENTER „ OF California Criticizers Of War Effort Face Accusations War Workers Who Normally Work On Sunday Asked To Continue Their Jobs On Easter Sunday Unless They Intend To Worship (By The United Press) WASHINGTON, April L—War workers who normally work on Sunday should continue at their jobs on Easter unless they intend to spend the day in religious observance, War Production Chairman Donald M. Nelson said today. He made public a letter to August H. Teuchler, president of the Cincinnati Bickford Tool Co., Cincinnati, who had asked whether the WPB is officially requesting men and factories to work April 5. Is Entirely Proper '.'Easter is a day of very great religious significance, and I realize of course that many workers and executives in our war factories will wish to spend a part of the day away from their jobs in order to observe the day with proper devotion," Nelson's letter said. "I think it is entirely proper that they should do so, and the War Produciion board is not asking any of them to forego their observance of Easter's rites and ceremonies. "The board does, however, in view of the urgency of the situation, ask that all war production workers who do not intend to spend Easter Sunday as a day o? religious observance, put in a full day's work at their regular jobs." will be named. Five Firms In County ^speakers Denied Stamp Plan Continued participation in the federal food stamp plan has been denied, five Lubbcck county retail food handlers. • The announcement was contained in notification from regional offices to Forrest Wright, area supervisor. The firms, he said, have been under suspension since an investigation was made.of charges 'that they had accepted stamps in payment for merchandise not on the official stamp list. Presumably, they will not be subject to further penalty, the supervisor said. He has not been advised as to what disposition was made of the stamps the firms had on hand at the time of their suspensions, but usually in such cases, Anpuol Scottish Rite Event Slated Tonight At Hilton Hotel Approximately CO South Plains Scottish Rile Masons are expected in the-city today for the annual Maundy Thursday program at 7:30 o'clock tonight at a dinner in Hilton hotel. • Following opening ceremonies, dinner, addresses and a presentation, officers, including a president, vice president and secretary, the program include Chas A. Guy, editor of the Avalanche-Jour n a 1 publications, R. li. Durham, and Tom May, who is to be'presented the 33rd degree ring by Neil Wright. Officers now include R. S. Rodgers, president; Parker F. Prouty, vice president, and Ed Parker, sec retary. Lubbock and South Plains Consistory Masons as well as visiting Consistory Masons may attend, and may invite Master Jila- sons. Wright related, a portion are not redeemed. Six other firms in the county slill are under temporary suspensions. Rulings are expected soon on their appeals to have the suspensions lifted so that they again will be permitted to accept stamps As An Expert Sees It— Behind War 'News By KIRKE L. SIMPSON Wide World War Analyst Amid, speculation as- to just where and for what' objectives Hitler will strike anew to retrieve his lost war initiative as the Kussian winter ends, weather portents tend to single out the Caucasus and its oil as his first goal.'- Reports from London and closer continental ob- points KIRKE SIMPSON servation picture tfr eat Nazi reserves being rushed to the south e' r n Ukraine and the Crimea for that purpose. Assuming that the German attack was a crusade for oil, not against Communism, there is every reason to credit these reports. A Nazi penetration oC the Caucasus which cut off Russian oil supplies would cripple the Red armies, perhaps expose them to ^ You'll Wear Excitingly Pretty DRESSES Look'your lovetfest this Easter . . ." frankly feminine and pretty, in gay contrast to his uniform . . '. trams your face with frills ... or flatte' your figure with gay colorful prints, fluttery skirts ... be as delightfully feminine as he^wqnts you to be ... and here is a feature collection of Easier 'dresses; juil ilie sort to turn his head (and others,'too) . . . catch his compliments and Q|! in all please him mightily . . . this feature group of dresses priced ... '"'.. -16.95 , and 19.95 AND THIS EASTER, YOU'LL . WEAR EXCITINGLY PRETTY . HATS, TOO . . '. oil frilly and feminine to properly accompany : your feminine dress . . . with veils, .and flowers and ribbons playing-a big part in flattery. .. -..strews end felts in. blacks, navys and all the Easter pastels , . . .'get y=urs today. ^^?m^W . hat "annihilation" Hitler has romised his people this year. : Closer To Moscow Yet some well informed obser- •ers on this side of the Atlantic •lew Hitler's promised annihila- ion campaign against Russia as an admission of a growing internal political strain in GennE:ny tself which might, make Moscow •ather than the Caucasus his main objective. Moscow in Nazi hands would lave political as well as military values.. Its captures might'not end Russian resistance. Stalin was fully prepared last fall to fight in beyond the Volga or the Urals. To the German people, however roaning under mounting casually lists and faced with the possibility of another war winter, Hen. Soebbels could present a Nazi, leld Moscow as a new symbol o: ultimate triumph. And if Russiai reports, otherwise unconfirmed of near food riots and popula clamor to stop the war in German industrial centers like Essen havi any foundation, Hitler might b> more concerned over his horn front than with strictly militarj considerations. His troops ar much closer to - Moscow than ti Caucasian oil. Jones And Are Arraigned rti Automobile Dealers Plan Ordnance Unit DALLAS, April l...(JPj—South- v/est automotive dealers will meet Friday to plan organization of an ordnance battalion for the Wai- department, Dr. J. H. Council, executive secretary of the Dallas Automotive Trades association, announced. '•The National Automobile Dealers association is cooperating with the War department in setting up ordnance battalions to give the rolling stock of the Army service on the spot instead of having send military equipment to mechanical depots," Dr. Connell explained. LOS ANGELES, April J. (If Federal and slate governments f cracked do-yn from three direc- r ions today on Robert Noble and « Ellis O. Jones, accused of criticiz- | ng America's war effort and Gen- ^ eral Douglas MacAi-thur. \^ The federal, government arraigned them on charges of sedi- :ion, preliminary hearings were ^ set for April 15, and they were 6 ,' held in default of $10,000 bail f^ each. ji The stale filed charges of crirri- %! inal.libel against them here. The v^c complaint alleged that they wrote "V* in a magazine published by the f Friends of Progress that MacAr- * Xj thur, in leaving. Bataan for Aus- | tralia. "just ran out in the dead T of night. ;'..-;',.- . • ? . He Is "Amazed" ,* r In San' Francisco, 'Atty Gen t Earl Warren ordered 'felony com- j plaints filed against them, and y seven other asserted Friends of * Progress members, accusing them with failing to register under the subversive organizations act.: Noble, meanwhile, remarked in jail: ; - . ; I ''I was amazed at- these: new I charges. I made a thorough 'study \ of the sedition laws after rriy ar- ,» rest in December (he .later was |J. freed and I am positive I - have £§ violated rjo law, nor have-1 tended m to lower the morale of the .coun- M ry '-. . . I feel I- know as much <(? bout the statutes as anyone else." fj>_ Head Of Copperheads _""* Noble is the former .promoter .'" f the $25 every Monday '.'morn-, ng" pension plan. Jones is head of the National Copperheads, an solationist organization. Under the sedition statute 1 are accused of "knowingly, fully and -feloniously, when Jnitcd States .is at war,- making "alse statements with intent to interfere with.the operation and success of the military .and naval forces of the United States and to New Easter shipment of CH I L DREN'S SOCKS ... in a colorful a r r a y of all styles . . . -complete size assortments . . . for both small and iarger children ... replenish your needs from this grand new group. 25c 29c " 39e promote the success of its enemies." Three Tech Men Are To Judge In Shows, A: trio o£ fat. stock shows over' the area will be judged this weekend by three faculty members of the animal husbandry department of Texas Technological college. W. L. Stangel, head professor, will judge fat calves-at the Sandhills Hereford show at Odessa.. today. He will remain in Odessa until Friday to speak at the Rotary club luncheon. R. C. Mowery will judge at the Junior Fat Stock show at Plains Saturday. Casey Fine will judge the 4-H and Future Farmers ot America project show at Hale Center Saturday. 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