Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 3, 1930 · Page 2
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}E» OF TODAY *. 0. WtLfi, HSft, by Alteon* Mirror > .»««,JTON, t>. 0., June 3.-It 8**ttis probable that the produc- ttf emae petrttleum In 1930 will jM«r 1,000,000,000 barrels This is F Ul&n Ui» 1929 output, according to i Of the federal oil reporting it with the huge stocks ot .... refined already ,on hand es- „ to artioxmt to about right v.** supply, the technical sltun- , Of th« petroleum industry does item likely to be materially im!d Ift the next few months, de„ the heavy increase in demand «>r refined products. £ttew*Ver. the position of many pro- (Htcer* shows distinct improvement. ?- They have begun to draw profits from [ BhotW source incident to oil produc- ts* f HOT, fllWSl? ttifc tMnsJSftrtaHen and distribution bj natural gas. This by product, which foe years ha's been wasted in many districts, now Is proving ft most valuable addition to resources. Recent developments in long distance transportation of natural gas are regarded as one of the most significant achievements, not only In the oil business, but In Industry In general. The trend to natural pas has come about through the revision of Ideas as to the amount of oil still available in the United States. There have been discoveries of new lields. and of oil- bearing sands at greater depths In old Helds and these show that previous estimates of supplies were far too conservative. New methods employed in these fields nre estimated to have added 600,000.000 barrels to two Pennsylvania fields nlono. With such supplies available, producers are turning to by-products for additional profits and natural gaa is one of the most valuable of tlieso. Major Industrial areas which formerly had to depend on solid or liquid fuels, have now been connected with natural gas lines and the demand for TMfi A1.TOONA true fuel has been atnply demonstrated. According to oil experts, the value of gas Is greatest when it Is 1 delivered at the surface in conjunction with oil, since gas is of the greatest importance as a propulsive agent for oil in bringing it to the surface. Conservative estimates place the 1930 natural gas distribution to consumers at over 2,000,000,000,000 cubic feet. In addition large quantities will be used for fuel in the oil fields, and other supplies will be devoted to the production Of Carbon black. The principal cost of the distribution of natural gas over, long distances is the cost of pipe. This is leading to consideration of the use of smaller diameter pipe of greater thickness, capable of withstanding pressure of l.BOO pounds to the square Inch. The first, lines were of large diameter and pressures were held down to 400 to 500 pounds. Some concerns are using telescope pipe. That is, they build their lines of small, thick pipe near the source where pressure Is greatest, and Increase the size and decrease the thickness as distance lowers the pressure. Improved methods of welding also have decreased costs, aa had the use of tractors and machinery fof handling: the pipe lengths In laying The extent to which the gas section of the petroleum Industry has progressed is shown in the dependence -which steel companies now are placing on pipe orders. Demand for pipe has been an outstanding feature In the steel trade in the last fortnight. Some of the largo makers of pipe are alre'ady booked for four to six Months In advance. Some public utilities have placed tentative orders, even before working out all the details of their distribution lines. ~~ GOES ON TRIP AlinoAO. Miss Mary B Harlow of New York spent the week-end with her father, Peter Harlow of Fourteenth avenue. She fs planning to sail on June 14 on the Leviathan for a trip to Europe, during which she will visit England, Holland, France, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy and France, being gone about sixty days. Several Altoonans will be In the party- MISS BARMK8' STUDENTS Witt. PRESENT RECITAL Pupils of the Ruth Barnes School ot Dancing will present their fifth annual recital in the Mlahler theater .Friday. More than 160 children, many as young as 3 years, will take part >n the presentation. This year's program will comprise three acts Including 1 Interpretation of ballet, 1 toe and tap dancing. All pupils In thft review have been trained by Miss Barnes. Special scenic effects Including curtains and complete "sets" have been secured In New York city. It is predicted that the stage trimmings and lights will comprise one of the most beautiful settings ever presented on the Altoona stage. A special orchestra has also been secured to furnish music. Pupils of the Barnes school have- been in rehearsal since shortly after Easter. Dally rehearsals are being held this week. A sell out is expected according to the advance demand for tickets. YOU CAN'T HIDE FAT CLUMSY ANKLES When tempted to over-indulge "Reach for a Lucky instead Be moderate—be moderate in all things, even in smoking. Avoid that future shadow* by avoiding over-indulgence, if you would maintain that modern, ever-youthful figure. "Reach for a Lucky instead." Lucky Strike, the finest Cigarette you ever smoked, made of the finest tobacco—The Cream of the Crop—"IT'S TOASTED/' Lucky Strike has an extra, secret heating -process. Everyone knows that heat purifies and so 20,679 physicians say that Luckies are less irritating to your throat. "Coming events cast their shadows before'' LUOW STRIKE TUNE IN The Lucky Strike Dance Orchestra, every Saturday and Thursday evening, over N. B. C. networks* 1* It's toasted Your Throat Protection—-against irritation—against cough. *"No special dietary, but moderation in eating and drinking and not more than three meals daily," is Dr. F. McKelvey Bell's advice in the New York MedicaJ Journal to all men and women who want to keep a proper figure. We do not represent that smoking lucky Strike Cigarettes will bring modern figures or cause the reduction of flesh. We do declare that when tempted to do yourself too well, if you will "Reach for a Lucky instead,'* you will thus avoid overindulgence in things that cause excess weight and, by avoiding over-indulgence, maintain a modern, graceful form. © 1930, The American Tobacco Co., Hfri. Read The News Of * Summer Fashions Silk Dresses Readers of pur Summer Fashion Folder are delighted with the charming new frocks and ensembles pictured... But you really must see the fine silks used, the beautiful colors, and the perfect fit, to appreciate their value at this price. Prints and all plain colors. Sizes T4 to 46. — Jonasson's, Second Floor — White and Pastel Coats f for Summer $11.50 With the advent of warm summer days, one's wardrobe should contain a light wool coat to wear with summer silk frocks. The styling of these coats of basket weave and fine wools is excellent, guaranteeing perfect fit and fashiori-vightness. Whether you wish an all- white coat, or one in dainty pastel colorings, you're sure to be pleased with one of these. Sixes 14 to 44. ^-Jonasson's, Second Floor-. Frocks for All Occasions In Our Economy Shop From the early morning, lemiis match, when a trim rajah or wash silk sports dress is in order, to the closing hours of the day when you dine and dance, in an elusive chiffon OT georgette frock, our Economy Shop can supply you. There are bright prints, exquisite pastel colorings, vivid high shades, and dark tones for conservative street or business wear. Silk crepes, rajahs, chiffons and georgettes, in sizes 14 to 46. — Jonassons,' Muin Floor—* Highlights Of Junior Styles Silk Frocks $9.75 Dainty, youthful silks, in ensemble or one-piece styling, are so appropriate for the vounger girl's summer plans. Plain shades and prints, in sizes 11 to 17- Cotton Frocks $2.95 Wash frocks and ensembles of dimity, broadcloth and voile, in patterns and colors to delight the Junior Miss. Sports stylings, in sizes 11 to 17. — Junior Shop, Third floor — White Linen Bags $2.95 Exceptional linen bags, linen lined. Can be linlecl lo any desired shade. Some with simulated crystal trimmings. White, natural and all light colors. Our Own Hose $1.30 3 Pairs [or $3.75 New and exquisitely sheer hose, made especially for Jonaseon's. Picol-top, all- silk chifl'on, in every desired summer color. Don't miss seeing these. 1226 Eleventh Jrenue — Joiiassoii's, Muin Floor — MFVER Phone 6145 JONAUON & CO. I

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