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   Lubbock Avalanche Journal (Newspaper) - April 13, 1941, Lubbock, Texas                                 vrM I Telephone TUU Your WAHTáD  JUST CALL 13or 14  ASK FOR  'Tirst In Lubbock—First On The South Plains  Vol. 15, No. 33  40 Pages Today  Lubbock, Texot, Sundoy, April 13, 1941  \  -V-'i-.  'AL  est'  est'     Price    Latest News          Report          ★ ★          Printed At      Cents    3 A. M.     Allied-Axis Forces In Violent Clash  h  Gerald Mann To Run For U. S. Senate To Succeed Sheppard  exas Attorney General First To Announce  Candidacy Made Public After Funeral Held  Austin. Apnl 12 — opening i y:'" held  what mny be an eporhal poli-  Oil Convention To Open Here Today  BY OPAL McMAHON ATalanchc-Journal Staff Writ«r  OIL men and other business men of West Texas will throng into Lubbock today for the second annual convention of the Permian Basin Association to be lield in Lubbock Monday and for pre-coa-vention e\'ents scheduled for today.  The West Texas Championship  tical race m Texas. Atty. Gen. Gerald Mann tc>day aninnmc-ed his rnndidacy for tb.e United States Senate sent \acatfd We(i-nesdny by the death of Morris Sheppard.  Th#» announ»'en\pnt bv tlie 34-  rYCi-osr nwi* annoi ncf§  DAII.AS. April li i' -- A. B. C. iCyrlonfi nuTÍ» of Halla« »nnouiirrd (nnlfht he »otild makp th«* r«r« for «hf» r. S SrnMr from Ittii* «n » platform of ■ frrr Amrrira from Ih' thm«t»nlni; wma«-» of th»" IIIIIít», Hsnntbal« »nrf rnrporaíion rannlbali ln«ldr and miuide of Amfrlr«."  \ ifin of lh»> Uli» fotigrp»*m«n and IKiMllml Uad^r, HavU »a» «n tiimif-r»<i«fu] randidit* for foT»rnor la*t tf»r.  o'clock this afternoon at the Panhandle-South Plains fairgrounds as the openiiis acti\ity of the pro-ijram. following opening of registration booths at 1:'?0 n'clock at Hilton and Lubbock hotels. Lubbock M«n Register Approximately lOU L\ii>bnrk vfar old fittorni-y general w as ; i)us!ness men registererl for tlie made after the fvineral services f<n- c'on\'entinn diinng a one-day dn\e Sheppard at Tcxarkana and as tiic Conducted Friday tinder direction  of Hugh Dunlap, chairman of the local registration conmiittee.  Many business men. however, could not be located and men who were not asked to register Ity members of the catnassmg group are urged to register today at one of the bootlis, according to Paul V Tea = , I,u})bock oil operator anri chairman r»f the convention steering committee.  Payment of a S.T man's fee or woman's fee will entitle a person  s»ati! capital itrrtlief! with rumors that Gov Lpp f)'r)an!e!. Rep.  M^rtm Dies nf Orange and others , , . , , ,  would soon toss thru- hats into """  the ring.  In a statement, Mann - only a few years ago one of ih^ na-t inn's ranking football stars at. Southern Meth-ndi^t university  .....said hp thougfit  could he of more service to '['(•>;as as «■coatfir 'han fl- ?Mf>rney :;cnera'.  Mann «^n^d nn-Hiing ahf-,:! rn-■Ignuig i " I'.re«;-ont of rf  GERALD MANN  .iaufs sn: "( K,'' Sr'i,  !'ed !■:  Í • I up '  ! I 'f 1 , . r r ■ 1  S'.Tr.-  rat ' I, ■ K .  rannot Siiiiri |< do »:jy \,r-  staníiní'í: i-i-; hy a:' r-!i  nicn tia'e si';\od Tcxa  that great rid tJci-a'i ve bod v.  "Wi'h the f.r p of finie aiui ne-  \ o'cii a"^'-1-tant' I ! e u^'.-rri jnv i'T'-t 'H ' r r> at'i'Mifv gf'tior a''s offne V.'n I .T r- ¡;, ifii-incii (i;;r fiuly wuhovu fr-ri- pc.ii'iial ronse-  rjijencr  Manti '.'.•a'- î'ie fir<t of ti e prìten-tiai rnndsdatc; \k\\ìì acknowledged ìajge .'-tat»«<,'-:iif 'osllowings to rome out for tiie off ice,  Dther anno'imrd a-piranls in-.■hided A, !•: Hasfiiiu:;. WorUì  rttfornev nsìci former tiicriibr:' of tiie le^s-latute, and \' r;;;! ¡'. ,^r-noid, aí!o¡(iev of Hü-. j^id  aì«;o A f<>! in«^r .-îa'.r st^ììc c!i'a' i\ e.  A ?"e|iiicT froui a •..)!;i, .> r i.) I'oîigre > ir.an !);e - wa- tLat tie in-  cnirn tn PaRe 1! (.'ohaiiu-i 7. Plea-ei  Calling All Women'  Avalancfie-Journars 3-Day Cooking Schoo Will Start April 22  .convention events. includmg Mon-day's program and a dinner dance that night,  McRa» To Arriv«  Hamilton McF^ae of Midland a« ,sociat!on pre.sjdent, is in «rnve tliis rnornuig, (Jlher e\ents tociay be.>ide the horse show and reius-tration \s':l! include (■oniniittee meetings, scheriuleci a.s follows :n the Hilton hotel:  7:30 p, in,—C!eatral tax com-miitee, Chiunayo room, Hüton iiotel, D ]}. Giiffilh of MirUaiid. ciiair^an: legjsiative. A/lfc lor-ni, 'Jlihtl^ l^ole!, ('. ('. Thompson of Coloi%cio {'ity, chaurnan; proration affairsi^Ui '-e )-oom of tiie (".a.r-nian. F„i'ottmgh.arn of M .üand cliaiuiian: tmanc<\ a tof.tn of Don l)a\ of Micilaiui. riiaw rnan.  !' p. ni -Xoniinaiin^ r-ornrnit'ce, rooin: M, C. L'.nd-cy o! l.,i. , ,] t mc' a. ciiairman: program and \ ipoluy, Chunayo n>oin. Spetsccr A, ,p I Weils of I ,ul)i)i>rk. ciiau-tnan: eiec-in room of T. L, Patterson, üi J sefrei.iry. ,1. R. RfMiert:, o! l.iii»-I bock, ciiairnian; aud;t and ijuflget corrunsüee. in room i>f 1). 11. (ìrf-fuh of .Midland, (iiairrna.n: bv-la\','."«, in ¡'onm of .Jack lie!!on. T,  Southern Coa Producers Bo .abor Confab  iBv "rhe Prf»»»  Soiitheni .sotl (inil producers nsked the Ignited M:ne Workers K'lOi veste: tiav tfi n"g<''. i.'Ue .vfo .11 ..«eiy V. - th 'hern fo- « ti»'V agreeo'ent, s;\%'ing *h;<l ihc'>' eif-'j throiit.:h w 'h 'hf .-Xopaia-I  rhi.TtI ( '>11 ft'jrnce of opf 1 ;i! Oi's fo;^ " a! I i (' I 11 i t >• " !  Th .«• fit". <■'.)f)nicf !* a: iiio.I no •,■  (■( imp;'ra! ioti - n I a s'; ■;a! - in *. ii.r'; tooiicd A]" : ! hf!l 'hf (■oiuj.ir! '/.I'M the AI'lui iai h ' ;u;  fonio;e!ice evi>i!( (i \>, :;hi'i,t a n<">'. one bc:ng a:',ii'cd nooo .ind ppi n;;c!:oi; of 1o o"-  fens-e industry ci.rne u» n ha'' >«»-ne (if till' !>;stnin\ b'Ugest fieiu-Boll Conference  " iree Suspectec n Burglary Wave Arrestee  Officials-Hope To End Series Of Break-Ins  TN1'()H.\L'\T10X spliced from rcpid'ts of c<uinly and cit.y »>f-ficial-: o! Lubbo( k, Amarillo and Tncumcari. X. M,. late Saturday iiiglit indicateti a .^rpiec/e play had been workcil on })er.sons su.<-))(•( ti'd of H ¡ ('cent burglary \va\e in Luliliock and that, as a result, tiie v,a\«' <if break-in.s: may cease.  It a< announced tl-sat Grady ilaiii.t, (iopiitv 'ìicfiff. and Hill M.abray, ;i--!>tant chief of jiolice. bot is of i.iibbocl;. had accepted custody of tiiit'c men, iwfi of them in Tucumcaii aini one in Amarillo.  To Return Today  Bol!: ero to lie tettu ned eai lv til.- tiiorii'na to l,ul>i)Ock. where ci-^aigo- <iia\Mi eariy Saturday night mei ely a¡tfMÍ the formality of lieiiig arreoterl by « justice r»[ peace and dm keterl.  Tlie men were descrdied as he-ing the same age- 20 or 21.  Siicnff 'i'oni ,'\bel. James P. Po-■ev. his ciuef deputy, Cap Mctore, another detjuty. and Don Heeder, ch.ief of poiice. mformed Ava-innclie-.hvjrnal pnblication« early Saturday n:gh,t th.al Hairi^l had 'elephonefi ^avrng a verba! con-:e.--ion i.aft biM'ti made l>y two of li-.e men at Tncunnan, admitling tiíCir compÌM-ity ui th.e ."süTl burglary V. eek of Terry and (,'hil-Uirc5S Ha^d•.^are store. I Verbal Statement Given I T)u\v aU-o had a verlia! Rtatp-j lUt'Mi 1! ■.m'f^f! loan hf'id m Am  ilo. Ha:¡: t «-nifi uhen eom-' inunií-aird w 't'n midnight  '/!roln;! 1 Arria; '"o po¡.ce,  I^ri", ,a:o oficia'., v.'ork'ng on ft "i i : ¡ ! !■! C!i i uhìle 'he í)oys  ase Ml .%>*■>'■." Mo. ICO,"' o.id '»'nfne<i ■ !hi tiMii.«'' lito a taii"!' >hop s  "Christ, The Lord, Is Risen Todayl"  Qlory^ Hallelujah!  fu  ni  r r ! . e  iiH ll'M  ' ho- o o; a ' n. it v, t ic ia ! - e \ ! ) ! a ; t i M • Í.! ! i'U-'..iiv pC!  to fj .e- ! ¡on.  Info; ma 1,1 ifi p ,  The Soi.-ne'n opciaU,:'* !)oi'c<i tlie It;»- ronfeiotîte a' Nov. ^■(l!l^ i,.f| I.^him. k Tt i on Friday. They sa d thev '.vomn j,, Ama! T- ''  not am ff 'o i( "s 7 a da v wage » cale  Tum to Pafíe 11. Cohiinn n. Plea.spi I asi;r(i hy tr.p nn-.f! fot ,.;; op..  eratojc ¡n 'he .<\ | ii iri ' at ii a n lo-  Airport Projec s Announcec  po  mun'cipal < o!.. !i if ;i(,n ' aHiiounccii  S.U .ifl.iy hv t};e*v^'.,'ork» ' Proir-i adin'n ha',on fiom \\'a i::n:;?ori a . a 'oí of ( ireek ' to 1 .nli -  iioi K per-on - ii--uab\' a-' oc,a'<'(h ihm;!!. a!l pioijo-al.- lo im|)ro\e 1 iiC j ( j.  gion . t)^ M t M Oiio». (M < a \> ,1  rrca^e o' noi>;¡' 11 per <en' 'lie p;«'\ ituis Sout'nein sca $5 ßi) n day,  ! '!) to a ¡.'ite h"isr \ esterd.t  ill ; h» ; ti f ipc! a M It s hau : »■ no f.,rm.d l.;îo^<.•;^■!^oir,»•.p  ^^^A' .Ii^hfi I. 1  i)' il hf» h,(M .i -vfi 'oM ; i!o .  that the uhaiii o.,;<' - gn n-  ai o .i;,¡ : ,í,  ; I ;'.r ua , ¡i ■ in Ama! mu a «al atvì Ui' ca! i.  liU.Uion i«^- n\f'r  ( > ar«<'- than - .îi'iica'ed, of-:a' I':e.'.' hicld o-i ■ ti' ';.(>■ v.'an'ed  od fiom offi^ t Í M t n ! re nien fiav and eri' I- ìn-^v • lo! e-  a < "  'ti. (ifie fif thetn . ar.d tuo iì'iv-ng to '1 liciiin  S  li,,,  ^ ' ' • ( ', n s < ■ a ! '■'> tra! IM  Were With Girli  ,'i! uf .-Vìnari ' and 'l'i  ,, ( ., n ■  Appa  la' !i A'  Ih-  ! M'*  pi !. A?  A • ori,lied Pre ■■ lepoi! Î S.«' 1, , f )!M irl-; fir< i.iect a on» i'!) io ( o-t $.Î.(I:;;;,.')U;Î m feo.'M al ■not! Ol fiir.fi-, m 'i'oxa anU t iic i'' 'le ¡ ¡an i/ern ínoI k i»'h 1 âO.rioii.dfiii a,!poîî (.loU; ii 1 i'.' 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' { ,  i' il d , I i a i'i ■ -en " ' V f io'- bp.¡(in. an c  mori I ' -a pi  ini  T-,  too; vre : ia'e  •o P.iKc  inih 3 p;  Î ti  il '  Vi  n . e kía Iloti. \!  ! 'i e  ' î la tid under tei m o pi omì,-.en, io pa', e a t<i\ i apron atid îu eon' t; ur! immsî ra ! ion ht idnji.;  ' Hüt." a^ oni' of! ina' p amo-i(;' i,i monoy i  a I  ■ I ' M I -  moni'v  ip and ai i -  Congratulations To:  Ai-i : '  of M.-  n a ' N .  ipa ^■ i .lt,0 .>-»'1  - mo  Olii I >1 Í i .! Í i h- 1 .d ! ne m '  ! I il V  "! tie  r ( '  } à . if 1  h' oí monoy i¡ - 'o<l in Ujc Sat f'l'iirn to r^ige 1!, Coiunui fí plea-^c  Ropesville Giri Dies In Hospital Here  n 'iti  i )f n Ol h e f I î' . i ri'; CI p, ' . home-m,-,. !  day's. ¡ìiu^r  r • ' f ¡ t 1, M M  î,od;cf| 1  ! .no, ,  u ornen a ; <  Ol,4  PAINTING IN FLOYDADA CHUHCH  F ii.i  Gaines Man Is ■ound Slain  America Is Almost Alone In Observance  )anish Envoy To onore Reca  Nr. K  I, OS irr M.ii« C<i!\íeit»(i  ' iiO  HF  AYS f  German Armies Are Repulsed, Greeks Claim  Nazi Infantry Unit Reported "Destroyed'  Iff  Br Til» A^^ociiit'd Pr»*«*  ''PHK B.^TTI,E of Greece sn-^ peaied tn he reaching maior pro|)oi tiori'-' tins Ea.ster mornins as report.s reaclung f^crn, Switzerland, from Sofia. Bnigana. told of a "violent" engayement between Briti.s)! and Gorman armored colnmas on the plain be-tv.'een I^dfili i .\lonastirYu;;o-.•■iax'ia, arid Phlorma. the western am hoi of a Greek-Rntisli ricfcnse hne,  The,se lepttrls followed an announcement by a Ci reek spokesman thai (icrmans, complete with tanks, armored car<. motorcycle rnachine-Kunners and motori^eri inlantry had r^lashed anamst the norlhwe.st flank of the ('a^leiv-e line lietween Phloiina and nd.sa Friday only to be rcpulserl on a 12-mi!e front.  In Fiere« Struggi« The Sofìa report:, .i-aid 'moving eoiumns of Germani and I fintisli. .supported by d¡.%'e i)omb-j and fighter plane¿. had clashed j :n a fierce struggle. Such a ba?-t tie h-i one of tiie fn-st nf its kind ( to be repo! ted m lhi> war on th^ I Balkan penintuia. No details of I the meeting were included ui the ! reports.  1 An earlier B'-itish report rcach-I ing Berne said armorer, car pali oís, scoutmg m the Bito\.i re-had deslvoycri a nvolonzed man 'n'aütvv usv.ly w iMioul o- e» tu 'hem-c • e-  '41!  F.fioris Broken  Sovjtf Doe<;nt î.ik«» lì  i imi  o Pi-u»  ' ■ ' , ■ • • ; n r e a .' f  .ubbock Chosen For ìngineeringMee'  e-. At  Í -1  l•^;^ hi,  ,111 Í a 'cn  l »V  ■n î rioi o  I. It ' m  Three Wives, Four Children Cause Of Irreqular Hours  V i i ! 11 'V  Vi^ t.'-n r  M f. (  Tun© In 1340 Kilocycle*  KFYO  Avalanche-Journal Station  (IP' (  1 >ee  an I t \a. <1  \  ...f, il.:-o  •n. !  a 11  fini.  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