The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1942 · Page 3
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MONDAY, MAY 11, 1042 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE EDSON IN WASHINGTON * By PETER EDSON ™ Courier News Washington Correspondent First act on arrival in Washing- for one of the many oil com- my executives now holding impor- nt war jobs in government was call up the Department of Jus- lice. "I want to give notice," he is relented to have said in effect, "that going to have to break every U. S. OFFICIAL THEATRt LUXORA Phone 42 Box Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts 7:45 p. m. Ldmission Always llc-23c Tax Inc. Last Times Today Irrol Flynn, Fred MacMurray DIVE BOMBER 1 Kiilpli Bellamy, Alexis Smith. Shorts and News. Tuesday IKid From Kansas' —with— I Dick Fonin. Leo Carrillo, Andy Devine. Wednesday TOUR WIVES —with— ll'riscilla Lane, Rosemary L Lola Lane, Gale 1'a.yne. LI1C, Thursday Ill's a. Mad and Merry Design for Loving! Charles Boyer, Margaret, Sullivan —in— anti-trust law in the books, and 1 want you to lay off till after the war ends. The day war's over, you can indict me on every count and I'll plead guilty. You can then send me to Alcatraz or Atlanta. I don't want to go to Leavenworth, that's •too hot. Any place but there. I'll be needing the rest, anyhow, so you can make the sentence as long as you like. But to solve the petroleum problems of this war, we'll have to do a lot of things that we've never done before and I just want you to know, about it in advance." That is a dramatic statement of the case, but probably is not much of an exaggeration. Breaking a few laws is perhaps the least of the changes that must be made in the gigantic oil industry, for as Secretary of Interior and Petroleum Co-ordinator Harold L. ickes told a congressional committee the other day, the problem is to shift the economic base of the industry and to do it in weeks instead of years. You are familiar with the main events of the background—the tanker shortage, eastern seaboard fuel oil shortages, gasoline rationing for a third of the nation's motorists, the rubber shortage reducing the need for gasoline, increased haulage by railroad tank car and tank truck. Those are the points where the petroleum industry touches the public at the consumer level. But above this consumer level is where revolutionary things are happening. As' consumption declines, as transportation becomes lighter, the stocks of gasoline are increasing at many southern seaboard refineries. This is happening despite the fact that crude oil product-ion has been curtailed from the 1941 daily average of 4.1 million barrels to around 3.5 million barrels. CHANGE IN TECHNIQUE Refinery technique must be changed to cut down the production of regular gasoline, while the output is increased for 100 octane aviation gas, fuel oils and heating oils. These changes involve a major industrial revolution, but they are only a beginning. Also to be considered is the increased production of petroleum products from which synthetic rubber can be made—butadiene and styrene, which in ratios of 80 HORIZONTAL 1,5 Pictured chairman of Management- Labor Automotive Committee. 9 Senior (abbr.) 10 Serpent. 11 Atmosphere. 12 International language. 14 Discard. 16 Noblemen. 18 Retired nook. 20 Energy. 21 Mountain pass (abbr.). 22 Tall structure. 38 Kitten. 23 Area measure. 41 You and I. Answer to Previous Pussle 7 Indium (symbol). 8 Extend. 9 Coast. 13 Evident. 14 Mast 15 Lair. * 17 Decay. 18 Fish. 19 Sea eagle. 25 Rent. 28 Barrier. 29 Little deman, 31 Narrow inlet.! 32 Inquire. 35 Sedan. 56 Repair. 3G Send forth. 57 Was victorious 39 Inactive. MAMA Of CMLWH KFENtt EMUWNCY F000*» •aw synthetic rubber that assignment. If you plcnsc, tlon of although drafting Whatever yond the of the would be given this is socializa- the petroleum industry, another name for it is the industry for war. you call it, it goes be- regular competitive fields oil companies. The oil mintent For Love' 24 Flower leaf. 26 Registered nurse (abbr.). 27 Bright colon 30 Symbol for erbium. 32 Dined. 33 Limb. 34 Helps. 35 Goal. 37 South America 44 Negative. 45 Czars. 47 Have reference to. 49 Remove. 50 He seeks cooperation of management 54 Simple. 55 East India (abbr.). 59 Near. 60 Shovel. 61 Smallest amount. VERTICAL 1 Gang. 2 Sun god* 3 Employ. 4 Place at intervals. 5 Plant 6 Belonging to him. 40 Ripped. 42 Skill. 43 Jewel. 46 Suffix. 48 Accomplishment. : 50 Cover. 51 Cutting tool. 52 Night bird. 53 Fish eggs. 56 Music note. 58 Symbol for sodium. Demonstration .Vit'i, Club News Notes companies themselves, or the Petroleum Co-ordinator's office, or the War Production Board, or someone so far has seemed reluctant to force the petroleum industry into this step, putting it in competition with the chemical Industries. But it may have to be done. * * • WASHINGTON PIPELINES Links between existing petroleum products pipeline systems are being considered as one method of increasing- eastern seaboard deliveries... For instance, on existing gasoline pipeline map. Phillips has line from Texas to East St. Louis; Shell has line from Roxana, 111.. near St. Louis, to Limn. O.; and Sun has line from East Akron, O., to Philadelphia and New York... Links between St. Louis and Roxana, or between Lima and East Akron might help on some supply problrms, and there arc dozens of similar gaps In crude and gasoline lines where short connecting links might solve supply by minimum vise of steel... Catch is that competing companies are now restrained from getting together and fear establishment of connecting links if they would make lines common carriers, open to all producers. . .Entire pipeline picture is now being surveyed and action to make existing lines get together may be forthcoming. The Dell Home Demonstration Club met nt the Club house i"or :v business mccMny uml luiu-lum before yolng on "BcUiT noini'.s" tour. Mrs. M N. Johnston suUI tlu- devotional of which the (uibjirt was "Unseen Guest." After a business meetiiij 1 , in which the club decided to buy a (lovrm- inent Bond, the vomen drew uuim\s I'or nn unknown friend at ihc end of each qusirU'r tlu> ninni 1 ol the friend will be revealed and an all day meeting will be held. The Ki'oup then visiied ili t > homes and looked tit the 1 lower;; and n»r- I dens. The club will have Uieir group meeting ami election ot officers in June. Mrs. c. i\ nwviis und Mrs. L. -A. Robinson hos lessors. BEAT ^ THE ^ HEAT relieve heal mull DM you ill 1 liiilty. uilh rool- ini; Mi'xic:m ll<>nl I'owdi'i-. Alisiiil«|M'M|pii alii HI, olti'ii of liiNil Too Late to Classify WANTED BROKEN OUT SKIN (externally caused) CHECK ITCHING—BURNING the antiseptic—stimulating way with famous Black and White Ointment. Promotes healing. Use only ns directed. Cleanse with Blackand White SkinSoap. BLACK OINTMENT AND SOAP per cent and 20 per cent respectively, go to make the Buna S rubber which the government is financing to be produced at the rate of 700,000 tons a year, by the end of 1943. To do this it will be necessary to use less than 150,000 barrels of crude a day. Fortunately, the oil is there, though the equipment to do it with is not. One phase of this conversion which has not been pushed as much as it might be is the emergency, War material shortage limits telephone service Good cook, white or colored. Will pay $10 week. Also wanted, Inciy for office work. Jesse Webb, phone 2917. ll-pk-17 Butterflies have six legs, but the front pair frequently is not used in walking. temporary use of existing refinery equipment, for the production of synthetic rubber components. Refinery experts say that both butadiene and stymie can be produced in high temperature tlu\pnal cracking units. Half the country's normal gasoline supply comes fron this thermal cracking process where temperatures of from 800 to 1100 degrees are employed to break down the crude petroleum. Whei the temperature is raised to 1300, a 4 per cent yield of butadiene and styrene can be obtained, but this can be done only in the best refinery equipment that will stand this extra high temperature. Costs may be higher, yields lower, by this makeshift production, but' im- nediate production can be obtained. CALLS FOR PLAN Here is where a demand comes in for national program planning on a vast scale. Refineries that can make only gasoline would have to be given that job. Other refineries would have to be allocated to 100 octane gas proudction, and those that can produce the materials for Announcements The Courier News has been authorized to announce the following candidacies, subject to the Democratic primary in August, For State Senate L. H. AUTRY For Representative W. F. "CRIP" WELLS W. J. "BILL" WUNDERLICH JAMES G. COSTON J. LEE BEARDEN (for re-election) Countj IreMtirer JACK FINLEY ROBINSON (for re-election) Count; Jndife ROLAND GREEN (for re-election) County Clerk 7. W. POTTER (for re-election) Tax Assessor W. W. "BUDDY" WATSON (for re-election) Sheriff and Collector HALE JACKSON (for re-election) Circuit Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (for re-election) CASH Paid for Laic [Model AUTOMOHILUS ami TRUCKS. 117 E. Main, at Ely the- ville Motor Co., W. T, Barnett. 3 TIMES AROUND THE WORLD DAILY ON SINCLAIR PENNSYLVANIA MOTOR OIL Three times around the world—more than 75,000 miles—i» the mileage flown daily by American Airlines' giant fleet of Flagships. And every ship is lubricated with Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil. When you use Sinclair Pennsylvania in. your car, you're giving your engine the same protection given costly airplane motors So take a tip from American Airlines. Use Sinclair Pennsylvania Motor Oil for aafer, quieter lubrication. B. J. ALLEN Phone 2005 — Agent — Blytheville, Ark. You probably have hcardrabout certain government restrictions on telephone service and equipment now in effect. We should like to tell you a little more about these restrictions— why they are necessary, and what they will mean to you. The reason for them is simple and complete. They arc to save materials which are needed to fight the war. What will they mean to you, the telephone user? If you have a telephone now, they mean no change except that you might in some places and under some circumstances have to have other parties on your line. And you can't get an extension telephone in your home if you haven't one already.* For people who have-no telephones and want them, we shall supply at least party- line service wherever there are now enough lines and switchboards. But in general, where new construction of this type would be necessary, we shall uot be able to provide service.* SOUTHWESTERN BELL This will mean inconvenience and perhaps hardship to a few people now. As time goes on it will probably mean inconvenience and hardship to more people, but we need your help and sympathetic understanding in this important step to save the maximum of materials for the war. Beside the great savings in materials already made by substitution and wartime engineering, thenewrcstrictionswillmean that more lead, iron, steel, zinc, copper, and rubber used in telephone equipment will now go into arms, t In spite of all this, and while telephone service may not be available to all who want it, we believe we can keep the service up to a high standard. At any rate, we shall do our level best. These difficulties arc something that neither the government nor the telephone companies can help. They are part of the price of protecting liberty. * Except for those coies where the need for telephone service hat been recognized by the War Production Board as necessary for defense or public health, welfare or security. TELEPHONE COMPANY Mr. Husband - Mr. TJreadwinner, or Head-man Don't let The - last Train - load of Good Health Leave you at the Station With Your , Gallcses broke, — a cinder in your eye And . Your pants slippin. 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