Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 19, 1936 · Page 11
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fjOflfTPwEii^K'"' '* fiAfl/f lfeWB7ftfl&9 GREAT YEAR FOR OIL INDUSTRY SEEN BY OBSERVERS By ALFRED AVAIL . Associated Press Staff Writer U TULSA, Okla.. June 19 WPi — "There is not n, bit of soft crude in the Mid-Continent at the present time," was the word that went. out today from the oil capital. And that was cause for rejoicing among the men who produce the raw product nncl those who refine it into lubricants and motor fuel. "Soft crude," is oil men's parlance for oil that lies heavy on the 'market, oil that n pipeline company -has on Its hands and wishes it .didn't. It Is not to be confused with i"hot oil" surreptitiously produced in 1 defiance of pi-oration orders. ; The "no soft crude" determination was arrived at through iudc- , pendent' analyses by three of the .major companies of the Mid-Continent. It bespoke a mighty healthy .condition in the industry-showing that producers have a ready outlet for their crude and refiners are ' busy, as they like to be. It caused 'one old-time observer to gloat: "Never have I xren things .so •promising in this business. Man, ''llow folks in this country uvo visi ' gasoline and oil. • "May set a consumption record. .'June bids fair to .show a five-year peak in crude runs to stills. Every way you look at it, this summer will • be a world beater. ",. "Think of the extra motor travel Ing the folks are doing. The big " political conventions. The cam':, paigning. The Texas Contennia ]" and other attractions. The Ne\\ .Mexico City highway. "The veterans have their bonus Many will spend some of it for ne\\ cars or for motor vacations Ion ' deferred. "I predict a record year for consumption of oil and gasoline. Anc that's fine business for the oil bus- : iness." He seemed to have about the right slant on things. It was notice•' able during the week that clcmanc for crude and refined products con ? United strong and the price struc ture in both divisions continuec • steady. r The rub was this: The Oil nnc Gas Journal noted the intlustrj .•started the period of heavy con " sumption with 10,000.000 barrels o • gasoline in stock above the total o a year ago. '. Par seeing authorities warned lha • if current refinery operations con tinue to be based on maximum cm- rent demand the industry may en ter the fall season with that 10,000, : 000 barrel excess still on its hand; There were warnings that refinei operations and crude productio might well be curtailed despite th . factors indicating an immense cor sumption. Exploration work in the field hn ; quieted down to a steady pace. Tl \ "mansion" area of the Oklahom ' City field grew more closely de i fined and future development thei V seemed limited sharply. ; —*»• The state population depart,. ment at Rio de Janeiro released : figures showing that of 274,749 ' rural properties in Sao Paulo state, .33,590 are owned by Italians, 14,810 '.by Spaniards and 13,945 by Jap- GET THIS CHIN A CUP \ SAUCER OF LOVELY CLASSIC DESIGN IN EVERY PACKAGE OF . OATS BUTTONS ARE SMART THIS SEASON!. Self-covered buttons are Important this season. Let us cover them for you. HEMSTITCHING Let us Hemstitch that new summer dress for you. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone 689 , 214 No. Cuyler ([AUTO LOANS k'^H «_• •*-!•_ tntf T3n«*^T» fla cVi tf\ I i: ge TJs for Beady Cash to M Refinance. • Buy ft new/car. -Reduce payments. B Raise money to meet bills. Prompt and Courteous Attention given all applications. PANHANDLE INSURANCE AGENCY Comte-Worleygldg MEAT & PRODUCE PRICES ARE SATURDAY & MONDAY ONLY FRUIT & VEGETABLE MARKET "The Most of the Best for the Least' THE PAMPA DAILY NEWS, PaiYipif, te*S§ PA&E PINEAPPLE Mod Size Del Monte I FOR CANS FREE TICKETS TO CHILDREN! (12 YEARS AND YOUNGER WITH ONE PAID ADULT ADMISSION) One Free Ticket WITH PURCHASE OF ANY TWO PACKAGES OF 'S CEREALS Post Toasties ____________ ----- H c Post's Bran Flakes ____________ He Grape Nuts _________________ HVnC Grape Nut Flakes _____________ He Whole Bran Shreds _________ 12V 2 c Huskies _____________________ 12V 2 c Women Drove Him To War! •*A»* ,-J IN n,, N ;$ons,, O6UNS with JO AN BLONDELL LA NORA PEACHES Del Mon,te 2Vz Size Can PINEAPPLE Del Monte 2V 2 Size Can PRUNES OREGON PACKED C GALLON • H H • • " PEARS Packed in Syrup "I QA 2V 2 Can *VV CHERRIES 2 No. 2 Cans SHOWBOAT . in By 1 LB. 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Jar JELL-0 JELL-0 All Flavors BEANS PINTOS OR NAVYS G 'BAG SALMON ALASKA PINK 10 GREEN BEANS Cans 19c BLACKBERRIES 2 No. 2 Cans 25c HOMINY 2 No. 2y a Cans 25c CRACKERS 2-Lb. Box GRAPE JAM Pure Fruit 1C FRYERS COLORED 1936 SPRINGS LAMB BEEF LOIN STEAK LB. 24 ic CHOPS SHOULDER LEG ROAST LB.17ic . 15 ROAST BULK i-•.;-. IN YOUR OWN CONTAINER LB 10* PURE LARD LB. 281' BUTTER LB. 12< SALT JOWL FINE TO FRY OR BOIL BACON PORK LAKEVIEW Sliced ________________ Lb. CHOPS BANQUET Sliced ________________ Lb. CLIMAX ^Sliced ______________ '— Lb. SLAB BACON or Whole __________ Lb. FISH BOLOGNA HALIBUT TROUT HADDOCK pKLES OLEO LUNCH MEAT STEAK Family Style, Lb HAMBURGER Made Fresh In Our Market PEANUT BUTTER HORSE RADISH 1 POTATOES East Texas No. 1 Reds GREEN BEANS Fresh From South Texas These Will Snap LB. . . a B TOMATOES The kind that Will Silcc H • APPLES Good Eating Extra Fancy Winesaps c EACH LEMONS Sunlmt 360 Size ,C CUCUMBERS Or SQUASH LB. c ru B • O • ONIONS No. 1 White Bermuda Pound C ORANGES Medium Size Sunkist Full of Juice EACH B « n a CANTALOUPES California Jumbo Size EACH 1C SUGAR LB. CLOTH PICKLES Quart Jar 2 No. 2y 8 Cans Strained or Comb, Qt. Package 19c PEANUT BUTTER Armours Veribest Lb. I Bucket G MEDIUM SHORTENING 8 LB. CARTON Armours Vegetole POTTED HEAT "WILSON" 3 CflliS. K * G APPLE BUTTER QT. JAR 19c BEANS Heinz, Oven Baked, Can 9c MATCHES Strike Anywhere Carton of 6 BOXES .. . G SPINACH 2 No. 2 J / 2 Cans 29c NORTHERN TISSUE Rolls RAISINS "Marco" . •W • -^tf PKG. mum SALT Morton's Free Running 2 BOXES ... . CLEANSER "LIGHTHOUSE" CANS FFOR MUSTARD Red Star Quart 1C A Prepared Jar IVU White Swan CAN TOMATO JUICE 4 Tall Cans 25c SUPER SUDS Large Box 19c DOG FOOD Wilson's Ideal 2 Cans 19c SOAP ARMOUR'S BIG BEN 5 Giant Bars c COCOA CAN. .c M • 9 NO. 2 STANDARD PACKED NO. 1 CAN All Gold Sliced or Crushed Flat SPINACH PEAS PINEAPPLE KRAUT VIENNA SAUSAGE CLEANSER MINCE MEAT MACKEREL BEANS TOMATO JUICE NO. 2 BRIM- FULL BRAND Old Dutch WHITE SWAN 9 OZ. SIZE NO. 1 TALL SELECTED Mexican Ranch Style IN CHILI SAUCE California Home Brand No. 1 Tall CAN CAN CAN CAN CAN BOX BOX CAN CAN CAN YOUR CHOICE •V) Ul STIRS TO i .UK PLENTY OF DIFFICULTY EUROPE, CONTINENTAL THREATS SEEN AT BERLIN BERLIN (AP)—While America's phenomenal collection of negro ."printers has every reason to feel confident of sweeping both the 100- and 200-meter events at Berlin tills summer, it might pay not to become over-confident. There are some better-than-fair dasli men here and there in Europe who would be delighted tn "sneak up" on the Yanks, just as Percy Williams of Canada did in 1928. On their best days, some are good. Any of them might Hit one of those days in the Olympics. Probably the best of the lot is Christian Berger of Holland, who has been officially clocked in 10.3 seconds for the 100, matching the Olympic record set by Eddie Tolan in the 1932 games. He beat Eulace Peacock at Amsterdam two summers ago, and the Dutch claim he is an improved runner now. . Then there are three others— Paul Haennl of Switzerland, Erich Borehmeyer of Germany, and C. 13. Holmes of England—who have official times of .10.4 to their credit. Tinus Osendarp of Holland has consistently done the 100 in 10.5 during the last year, beating Berger several times. Austria's Dark Horse In the 200, Haenni, the swift Swiss, has twice been caught in 21.2 by the timers, equaling Tolan's second 1934 Olympic triumph, and Osendarp 'has hit 21.3 several times. The real dark "horse horse," though, is one Felix Binner of Austria, who is credited with having set an Austrian record of 21 seconds flat! If the watches were right, he is not to be taken lightly. America, from all a survey of Europe by The Associated Press bring to light, should have slight difficulty retaining the 400-meter laurels won by Bill Carr at Los Angeles. The best time set in Europe during the past year appears to have been 48.2 seconds, by the same Austrian star, Rinner. That is two seconds outside Carr's winning time. From 800 meters on out the American competitors are going to have their hands full, and may draw a total blank, as they did in the last games. Glenn Cunningham possibly is the best bet to Lreak through, in the 1,500. OHIO COUNTY FINDS STONE, HARD ROADS SOON LAID IRONTOWN, O. (AP)—An almost inexhaustible supply of lime- etone discovered on a nearby farm is slowly but surely lifting this part of Ohio out of the mud.- Since the stone was discovered two years ago a quarry has been established by the county, of which Irontown Is the county seat,, arid" from 200 to 250 cubic yards : of crushed stone are being produced daily. There are 40 acres of the stone and although it is being hauled iway daily to provide country •oads with a hard surface, less :han a quarter of an acre of the tract has been worked. ' SPLITTING SECONDS. NEW YORK (AP)—A timing d6r vice accurate to one-thousandth of a second is being used in auto racing here. The apparatus consists of a thin wire, one-sixteenth of an inch above the ground, stretched across the track at the finish line. When a car hits the wire, an automatic check is made on a revolving tape in the timer's stand. . It's Her Lucky Number CHILLICOTHE, O. (AP)— Temple has 11 letters in her name, She was bom April n to Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Temple. She weighed 11 pounds, their first child was bom December 11. Hazel was'their llth. ••i M. P. DOWNS Automobile Loans Short and Long Termi REFINANCINC* Small and Large 604 Combs-Worley Bide. Phone 336 FOR SALE! Bargains that are outstanding. Used Ice Refrigerators $2.00 and up. Used Me Kee Evercold $25.00 and up. Used Frigidaire $39.50 and up. Used Trucolds $40.00 and up Used General Electrics $75.00 and up Lots of Other Bargain* Used Refrigerator Exchange 412 South CuyUr

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