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PAGE TWO—THE MORNING AVALANCHE lubbock, Texas, Friday; Apr i! 3^1 942 Din! 4343 For The AvoTqnch'e-Jburnal Official Idle Motor Mechanics And War-Sty mied Oar Dealers Given Being Organized (Bj-.Thr Associated Press) • ' DENVER, April 2.—Out-of-work auto salesmen, idle motor mechanics and war-stymied car dealers' are going to get a chance to join the army and work shoulder- to-shoulder, at the job they know : best-—repair and maintenance of motorized equiprhe'.it. At ;he request of the army ord- .icince department.. ,thrc National ....Auto Dealers' association is or" g&hizing_>\yo ordnance regiments to be composed . mainly of auto industry workers whose jobs vanished when the industry . guit making family sedans and began turni • out battle-wagons. To Recruit Regiments The 301st ordnance regimerit will be. recruited in the NADA's Western region, one battalion each from the Chicago, San Francisco and Denver areas and another battalion from th region at large. The 302nd regiment will be drawn from the association's East- em region, with battalions from New' York, Atlanta and DaSlss areas and one from the region at large.. Herman R. Goodwin, ".Vashing- • - Ion, D. C., vice president of the NADA, explained to Rocky mountain dealers that "this is strictly army business.". To join, * man .must, first enlist in the army. : '"The NADA isn't wasting time, . either. Recruiting offices are being established in all the key cities, with auto dealers aiding in the recruiting. Older Brothers Leave Farm Work To Ather .' SNYDER, April 2. (Special) — When four older brothers of Ather Ellis, 15, left the home farm near the Dunn community in the southern part of Scurry county to enter defense work he took over their tasks. J. P., Melvin, and Otha are employed in aircraft production, in California, and Leo is in similar work at Dallas. Ather has an outstanding 4-H record and the farm work is going well. Ather was selected, the distric representative for a lour in 1939 and' entered the couritj" achievement-award contest this year. He •f» ffy&f-^ffxr;"'* £**&£ 1 M t<N ^IV^ •»<*. * <? ARMY'S BIGGEST RIFLE BLASTS AWAY —With a ground-shaking blast, the 155mm rifle at right heaved its big projectile at a target 17 miles away during gunnery practice at Fort Bragg, N. C. Gunner at left has pulled lanyard while the rest of his crew crouches at right, some of them holding their ears. Gun crew at left races back to reload its gun, which fired a few seconds before. Befter.To Drink Whiskey Instead Of Wafer If You Want To Avoid The Heebie-Jeebies— This Holds True With Rats, At Least By HOWARD-W. BI.AKESLEE Associated Press Science Writer BOSTON, April 2.—It is better to drink whiskey than water if you want to avoid the kind of heebie-jeebies which doctors call polyneu- ritis. This was shown in a report today to the federation of American Societies for- Ex- Derimental Biology bv - J.' V..' Lowry, W. H. Sebrell,-F. S. Daft and L. L. Ashburn of the National Institute of Health, Bethesda.."Maryland. " - These heebie-jeebies, which run to anything from wobbly, eyes ot pink elephants, afflict chronic drinkers. Until a few years ago these woe's were attributed to strong drink'. Then doctors discovered that : the cause was not ak-ohpl but' ; the fact that the hard drinkers is in the hog business in his own right and has a large flock of high grade white leghorn., chickens. . didn't eat enough, especially not enough vitamin B-l. On a quart of-whiskey a day they were cured simply by making them eat. Now comes the pay-off. The National Health Institute doctors gave the heebie-jeeby diet to rats. Some of the animals were given water to drink with this deficient diet, some alcohol and some whiskey. \ The .animals ' all .got the heebie-jeeby ; condition. .But without exception the rats . -drinking only water got it . earlier than their mates'who drank either whiskey or • alcohol. • - ', . . . -.^ The rat state "of seeing-pink could be prevented^ no matter what they. drank, by giving them vitamin B-l. Two Soldiers Killed As Plane Hits Mess EVERETT, Wash., April 2. (S>) —Two Army privates, attendants at a.mess hall,* were killed and an airplane . pilot seriously injured today when a pursuit plane crashed into the hall at the Paine field aii-base. / Col. A. C. Strickland, commanding officer, said the dead were: Pvt. James R. Hanley, Little V\an Learns Cutting Down Pole Costly GALVESTON, April 2. (U,R) — Benjamin F. Warner, 48, a mechanic was at liberty under $500 jond today on federal charges hat he cut down a telephone pole carrying a wire to a vital war pro- ect. . Warner said he did not realize the line was serving the government and that he cut down the jx>le March 29, because it had oeen erected on his property without his consent. He pleaded in- nocent'to the charge. Buy A Defense Bond TODAYI CREAM AND. Face Powder Home-Mo.de Cuffs Not Permissable WASHINGTON, -April 2. HP) — Even home-made cuffs on trousers are out, the War Production board cautioned tpday.;. '••• ' •• - ' ( Under orders- effective yesterday persons are prohibited from buying suits or trousers at retail, having them delivered with the trousers unfinished, and having cuii's put on them at home or by a local tailor. Bofh for ' TJ«'~ U- r>^ 0 -t r ^ irii, WPB called attention to a para- Pit r»w, Robertson, .Elk h jn the cloth . saving order city, UKia. j which reads: ' ' "' Second Lieut. Oscar L. Morse, - No person s hall finish a pair of Cook, Neb., was the pilot. j of trousers made of wool cloth The crash came only a few minutes before a large number of men were due at the hall for breakfast. The plane, which had just taken i off from the field burst into flames with cuffs or cause such to be finished, with cuffs by others for his account." TEXAN DIES OF WOUNDS LAKE CHARLES, La., April 2. and'.the fire spread to the hall. 1 (,?i —Staff Sergeant Roy E. Mey- The Paine field fire department extinguished .the blaze. . The Texas cotton crop_ is the most valuable single crop grown in- one political division in the world. - wiffi mytoaklgst?^ ' ' ' f . .jfi£5__0^______k FIND RIGHT MAN HILLSBQRO, O-, April 2.'(JP)— After six'weeks of searching, Clay township, trustees finally found a man who would take the job of justice of the peace. He's Kelly Grooms, an automobile salesman who no longer has any cars to sell. ers. 25, of Krum, Texas, died today from accidental gunshot wounds suffered when, a. sentry at the gate' of the Lake Charles army flying field fired upon.a civilian automobile that rah past-the gate with the soldier as a p_assenger..A board of officers has been appointed to investigate. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom E. Meyers of Krum. This AU-PURroSE|£ream will astound you wilhjats results.; It helps nourish onjff stimulate the •jv -skin cells to rriKwed activity. Vita-Roy G helps recede adds a fre your face. The exquisflfy Fine textured Vita- Ray PowdWaddsa soft, transparent radiance to your re-vilalsied sfein. Choice of 6 flattering shade!. MARK HALSEY DRUG STORE WE ACCEPT FOOD STAMPS Styles galore for the:coliegiate miss that will take top honors, in any dress or sports parade. 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