The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 26, 1952 · Page 12
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 12

Baytown, Texas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
Page 12
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U— I Mb BAYIUWN'SUN, MONDAY, MAY 26, 1952 By NORMAN NICHOLSON The major rubber company ie- DETROIT, May 24 (UV-The main ^vealed at Akron, Ohio, that it has thing holding back your "autorno- 'under lest a new type of passenger bile of the future" is the >-oad car tire "capable of running safe- you're driving on now. ly at sustained speds of more Modern passenger cars are capa- than 100 miles an hour." ble of delivering far greater speed Goodrich officials pointed out and performance —• with reason- that conventional tires can't be " able safety — than the nation's run safely at sustained speeds highway systems \ull allow. that high because of the resulting Iri'fact. the lack of progress in buildup of heat, which can cause developing a network of safe, high- separation of treads from tire car. speed super road 5 ; is a Literal casse^. roadblock to the engineers in the T. G. Graham, vice president, big automobile factories said the tire Goodrich has clevel- An announcement by B F Good- oped experimentally has better ad- rich Saturday highlighted the situ- hesion between the tread arid car- ation, which the auto makers hope cas.s, with special reinforcements thp country's motorists will get to rut the degiee of tire flexing, more concerned about. ' At the same time, Graham claims the new tin>s are the low- pressure, cushion type whichvdo not sacrifice comfort for speed, unlike hard-riding, hJgh-pressure racing car tires. He said the tires are being tested at sustained speeds as high as 135 miles an hour on a special indoor testing machine simulating a road"surface.' Cars witrr the new tires-also are roaring over a con-' trolled stretch of southwestern highway. Goodrich:said auto makers have passenger car tire that will operate safely at speeds previously considered academic." •'Until last year," Graham said, "no American stock car could consistently reach speeds of 100 rmles> im hour but this %ear several manufacturers are producing cars capable of prolonged driving at 100-plus speeds." This speed-potential is a byproduct of the industry's race to turn out the hottest engine possible, consistent with limited highway facilities to operate them on, If not driven at top speeds, the powerful new engines offered for sale in the last two years, actually are safety -factors because of their ability to accelerate 'out of trouble at nearly all speeds. The high-compression. high- power motor also provide better performance at normal cruising speed and in some cases bettei economy. These Money-Savers Good Mon., Tues., and Wed. at Henke's \\ c Reserve the Right to , .JLimit Qtmntitie* A dazzling clean wash With cr Without Rinsing. IJiu; Top Smooth II-oz. Cocktail PEANUT BUTTER .... G E 39c OVEN-FRESH BAKERY Patio <ih Real Corn Shucks) No 300 3.LJ Can £ it Bor'den Country Stvle Creamed lb ctn. Borden Grade A PASTEURIZED HiLK H U.S. No. 1 California Larqe >&.•» '» •* Wait till you see 'em! They're so big, red, ripe, and beautiful that your mouth will water. Wart tili you taste T em! They're fat with sweet, delicious juice. Luxury eating for everyone—a shortcake with these superlative berries. tox CENTRAL AMERICAN Ifii ^-ii^ i r i 40 Fathom—Headless & Dressed—Ready for ihe Pan Choice Tender—Shoulder Cut—for Breading or. Chicken Frying Choice Tender Vea! Rib Armour r s Country Style Pork Sugar Cured Smoked—Ideal for Seasoning LUNCHEON FLAVORFUL KRAFT'S SLIC RICAN CHEESE 6-Oz. ^ Bot, £t lve^ Every Day 6HT & EARLY COFFEE J-Lb. I Bag 4 (Henfce's Every Bay tx>w Prir?> B P £ 29c ? 57r Bot, 311 {Henke's Every Day I^ow Price) Sunshine " 8-Oz, Pkg. (Hcnke T s Ever}' Day LOTJT Price) 17c *PLUS TAX AND WARRANTY

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