Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on February 13, 1942 · Page 10
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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 10

Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, February 13, 1942
Page 10
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PAGE TWENTY—THE MORNING AVALANCHE #• - T .^.- . ,, ..... i i IDE uTis/rvc-'ui^v.j AYA&.ArXi*Mh i i_» i >*r «•'•».• _ . • =—•——-- ~£- ••*«•"-^"c ______^^» LubbocK, T'3XQs. Fri^ny r February 13 '1542 iv i A^AS c TL A • « ^ -_. • ~~——"— •' ~~" — ' '"'^'T«;~=ss!!gJ!~!~-~~ •• • -•..---.—— •^ ===: -_____ -——:=— '--!^2 ^343 For The Avoioncfie-Journc!! Offices Is For Protection (BrThe United Fms! WASHINGTON, Feb. 12—Amer lean soldiers are guarding vita oil supplies in the Dutch West In dies islands of Aruba and Curacao today in conformance with Presi dent Roosevelt's expressed policj of sending troops wherever their services are needed most. United States forces previouslj had been assigned to the Netherlands possession of Surinam, which is on the north coast of South America. Their primary purpose is to guard important bauxite mines. West Indies More Essential On Curacao and Aruba, which are off the northern coast of Venezuela, are some of the world's great oil refineries. With the supply of oil in the Dutch East Indies threatened by Japan's smashing southern drive, the West Indies are more than ever essentia to the Allied war effort. The State department announced the arrival of the American contingent in the Dutch islands. The forces were dispatched, it was said at the request of the Netherlands government. They will assist Dutch armed forces in defending the islands and the refineries. Approval It Given The American soldiers will be under the general supervision ol the governor of Curacao and will be withdrawn when the emergency has passed. The State department reported that Venezuela had given its wholehearted approval of the agreement between the Netherlands and United States governments. The wells which supply oil to the refineries on the Dutch islands are in Venezuela, near Maracaibo. Both Curacao and Aruba are in the colony of islands known as Curacao. Others islands in the same group •» Bonaire, St. Martin, St. Eustatius and Saba. Aruba has but 69 square miles, and the latest figures available show that it is inhabited by approximately 6.000 persons. Curacao has 210 square miles and in 1939 had a population of about 100,000. Miss Verna Ray Jones HurtSlightiy In Crash Miss Verna Ray Jones, about 19, of Slatpn highway was driver of a car that rammed the back of a dump truck driven by Clarence B Moore, about 45, of Clutter addition southeast of the city shortly before 8 o'clock Thursday morn- Ing. . After the collision, the Jones car went off the highway on the right and struck a culvert The front of the machine was damaged considerably. The truck went to the left Miss Jones was bruised and entered Lubbock general hospital Jerome Wright of the Texas Highway patrol investigated. Soil conservation experts from the United States are assisting the Government of Uruguay in solving its soil-erosion and related land-use problems. Buy A Defense Bond TODAY! A Three Days' Cough is Your Danger Signal Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help looses and expel germ laaen phlegm, and. aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous mem- ^Si' TeU your dru SBtst to sell vou a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back < CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis A<!T. WEST TEXAS HOSPITAL STAFF OFFICE: Wen Tei*i Clinli 1312 .Mafci street CHARLES J. WAGNER. M. O. aurrerj *nd ConsnlUlion SAM G. DUNN, H. D., r. A. C. I. Sarrerr. Genilo-Crinirr Diieatct VTJl. L, BACGH. M. D. Sarjtrj and Diipnoitt FBED W. STA.VUEFEE. M. D. KOBEBT T. CANON. M. D. • Eje, Ear. Now, Tbroit AUcrj. HzjttTer W- E. CRAVENS, M. D. General Medicine DENZIt D. CHOSS. M. D., r. A, C. S bnrjery, GrnccolorjV Crolojy O. W. ENGT.ISH. M. D.. F. A. C. 8. Sarftrr. Dh»>» of Wnata ETTEU, L HUNT, .11. O., F A. C. S. Surjcrr. 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