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Morning Avalanche (Newspaper) - January 4, 1946, Lubbock, Texas Page 18 Lubbock Morning Avalanche Friday Jan 4 1940 Dresden Continues To Dig Out Victims From Allied Bombing BERLIN Jan 3 a year after the tremendous Allied bombings of last Fob 1314 which reportedly killed more than 000 persons in Dresden the resi dents of the Saxon capital still arc digging out corpses Even Russians who have been in Dresden nearly eight month are amazed at what western air power did in the city The Dresden tary governor Maj Gen Dimitry Dubrovski who welcomed the first American correspondents to tour the zone rated the center of Dresden the worst cities he had seen he has seen scores of ruined German cities Persons Dead This damage was done by bomb ers mostly American which at tacked at 10 p m on Feb 13 and then returned at a m and at 12 noon on Feb 14 Dresden was hit heavily again on Feb 17 and these big raids killed by the best Gorman estimates people Dubrovski said that bodies still were being taken from the rubble and he estimated lens of thousands of corpses remain buried All last said wo could not drive through the center of town with the auto mobile windows clown because of the Many Bodies Burned Many of the dead were refugees who poured into Dresden from Si lesia in front of the Red army Dresden ill prepared for bombing lacking big or shelter As fin swept through the streets many sought refugo in shallow basements only to suffo cate or have the buildings collapse upon hem Bodies were piled on mass funeral pyres in the town squares and burned with flame throwers German officials said Soldiers With Two Years Service May Be Discharged Soon WASHINGTON Jan 3 Soldiers with two years service will become eligible for discharge sometime this spring it was pre today on the basis of Sec oC War Robert P Patter sons remarks in Honolulu Patterson said the Army would be reduced to by next June when the point system would probably be abandoned and discharges thereafter would be based purely on length of service This represented a somewhat more conservative estimate than that made by Gen George C Mar shall last Sept 20 before members of Congress Marshall then hoped the point system could be relaxed by late winter in favor of two years service Subsequent develop ments indicate Pattersons esti mate may be nearer reality It is now speculated that soldiers with 18 service may be come eligible for discharge around next October It is pointed out that by that time draftees who en listed for one year in the regular army after serving six months in the Army of the United States will start leaving the regular Army Yank Army magazine had a paid circulation of nearly Little Change Seen In Farm Incomes AUSTIN Jan farmers cash income for 1945 will vary little from 1944 the Bureau of Business Research of the Uni versity of Texas predicted there today although the USDA last week reported a drop in crop to in 1945 The university survey complete for 11 months of the calendar year includes other farm income than that from as government payments and live stock For 11 months the bureau com Texas farm income Avas compared with for the first 11 months of 1944 Novembers farm cash income in was com pared with for the preceding November the bureau statement said PAIN of Colds Muscle Aches Simple Neuralgia Ease Minor Burns Cuts Bruises GET QUICK t hit Rub that Get after colds couRh ing muscle throe at once 1 by helping break local congestion 2 by eas ing pain nt nerve ends in the skin 3 by s helping to ease breath ing and soothe breath passages A great help to have around the house for these miser ies and its helpful for many little hurts for chafing burn chapped lips or hnn a pro o puck Rub H on and UH Koriel Effective und irc get REDS WHITE VALUES SPECIALS FOR Friday and Saturday Jan 4th and 5th Sandlin Grocery Holt Food Store Service Food Store Under Pass Grocery 801 Ave M Dial 8401 2910 AVE N Dial 6734 2301 Dial 23381 207 Broadway Phone 4801 POUND m VW IV POUND WHITE THE 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parents VIr and Mrs J P Robertson of are visiting with Mr and Mrs J P Posey and family 2605 Robertson will be engaged in ranching in Yoakum county in civilian life Sinca announcement of a change in of Braniff airways through to Amarillo and Dallas the flights terminating in the two points numerous calls have flooded the local office asking about flights to Denver for merly the termination point oC the through Amarillo Local of have announced that direct connections are made by the local flight with the Denver plane giv ing direct service to that city through necessitating a change in Amarillo said no other Government Spending On Decline For 46 WASHINGTON Jan 3 Government spending in the first six months of the 1946 fiscal year totalled a drop of almost B from the same period of previous year the Treasury announced to day The 1946 fiscal year began last July 1 The drop in spending was due mainly to the mass war con tract cancellations which followed Japans surrender in August Despite the end of the war which brought industrial shut clowns and decreases in overtime pay the governments income con at a high level In the first change except time was made in the Denver flight six months of this fiscal year net receipts to the Treasury totalled us compared with during same months the 1945 fiscal year Withholding taxes which reflect the extent of workers income amounted to pared with B in the first six months of the fiscal A machine Rim first fired from an airplane in flight in 1912 Eased Quickly wi Agonizing headaches and an neuralgic pains usual ly yield in a hurry to the ingredients in the BC formula BC is also effective for the relief of muscular aches and func tional periodic pains Acts as a sedative in simple nervous ness lOc sizes Use as directed Consult a cian when pains persist LEVINES PRESENT A TOUCH OF SPRING IN LATEST FASHIONS WHATS NEW IN SPRING 18 36 50 A grand collection of individually styled Coats Suits including com Suits have arrived Since it will apparently be a great suits season sve offer Shetlands Suedes Gabardines mannish twills and flannels in stripes and solid colors in both cardigan and classic styles The coats come in both toppers and regular lengths and can be had in Shet lands Suedes and Novelty Spring weaves in both boxy and fitted styles In all the lovely new Spring shades Sizes 9 to 15 12 to 20 38 to 44 LEVINES WOMENS SPRING NOVELTY SHOES Patents gabardines kids are used in these new Spring styles of straps ties and pumps They can be purchased in high low or medium heels Colors of Black Red Green or Brown In all sizes and widths MAIN LAYAWAY PLAN A small deposit will hold any purchase you make until needed Make small pay ments each week thereafter and soon you will have your purchase paid out DISTINCTION IN NEW SPRING MILLINERY TO In saturns spring straws failles and fabrics and styled in pill box sailors all face cloche and other new style ef The loveliest new spring shades which will match that new spring outfit you have just purchased THIRD SPRING FROCKS AT THRIFTY PRICES 8 TO 19 98 Dressy and tailored styles in crepes gabardines and novelty spring weaves With those new feminine touches which will be so much in demand In the de sirable Black as well as in striking pastel shades Sizes 9 to to to 44 THIRD A BLOUSE TO MATCH YOUR SUIT Smartly styled spring blouses in both tail ored and dressy types Long and short sleeve styles and those de sirable spring pastel shades Sizes 32 to 40 To Take advantage of our convenient LayAway Plan A small deposit will hold any purchase until need ed
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