Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas on March 20, 1942 · Page 12
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Lubbock Morning Avalanche from Lubbock, Texas · Page 12

Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, March 20, 1942
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--THE MORNiNG_AVAiAMr H p lubbock, Texas, Friday. March 20, 1942 To Be Sought ••_•;. <By The AisociateS'FreES) H1LLSBOHO, March 19.—The statewide cotton committee has announced it would sponsor research into the possibility of developing a suitable material—preferably cotton—as a stop-gap substitute for rubber in tires. Burrus C. Jackson, general chairman of the committee, emphasized that there is no thought of developing a long-term rubber tire substitute, but merely terial that can be utilizicd to keep cars and trucks rolling until rub• ber supplies are made available. The committee acted on a suggestion made by H. H. Willjam- . son, director of the Texas Extension Service. Effort Worthwhile Jackson said that after consultation with a research group, n was decided Jhe effort would be well worthwhile, and that if the substitute material could not be evolved from cotton, "any kind of material that might be suitable" would be sought. "The ingenuity of the American people just would not permit all the horsepower and the necessary uses of motor vehicles to be lost because of a shortage of rubber" Jackson said. He invited the assistance of any person or group with an idea, and said the "ben minds in Texas" would be devoted to toe solution ot the problem. Cotton is used already in the manufacture of rubber tires" he 33 -u-','. rt is within the realms of possibility that some makeshift material can be found and -util- The following committee will meet soon to continue work on the problem:. John Leahy, chairman director, Texas cotton research committee, College Station; Williamson; Dr. Simon William* University of Texas; H. P. Smith, Texas experiment station, College Station; Fred Jones, agricultural engineer, College Station; M. R Sentley, Texas Extension Service, College Station; O. L. Crawford technical engineer, College Station; Reese Spence, engineering WE'LL TAKE THE SANDSTORMS-Leaving a trail of 150 dead' mnlfo 5 " loi ;Vn JUl ' Cd , ™d missing and damage cs ima?cd into tlfe millions of dollars, tornadoes shrieked through five states n thn South and Mid-West Monday. Top photo shows a demo "shed warehouse near Champaign. 111., irl which one man" waT k Hed '?t Gramda M?s TrT^ the Offfice ° f a plywood box <=°™Uny' at Oranada, 2Uis>. The adjommg factory in which 100 workmen were at then- jobs was also destroyed. —i.NEA TelcphoTos" EVEN THE SHAMROCKS SANTA FE, N. M., March 19. '&> — Artificial shamrocks were fcarce in Santa Fe. They're made in Japan, dealers explained. experiment station. College Station: Delitt Hicks, Hicks Tire and lubber company, Waco; Dr R C Goodwin, Texas Technological College, Lubbock: G. W. Pfeifen- berger, United States fiber laboratory, College Station. PROGRAM TO BE EXPANDED SAN ANTONIO, March 19. (if, Expansion of the WPA statewide health program to assist public health agencies will be possible since the approval of a 51,905,571 project to continue this work Mr* M. K. Taylor, state director of service program, announced today. The statewide health program employes 934 WPA workers, opi- ating m 63 Texas hospitals and public health departments, it was reported. Oil Industry Is Paradoxical Case By EDWARD CURTIS Associated Press Staff Writer 1ULSA. OJUa.. March 19 t /l>> — The oil industry in the Middle West and Southwest, is one defense effort suffering from overproduction. This paradoxical situation has c°-H n J? ro $? ht about ' executives said by the same transportation situation which is forcing rationing of gasoline in 17 Eastern states, he District of Columbia, Washing^ ton and Oregon. Stocks Piling U p Crude and refined stocks are uil- Jng up in Oklahoma, Kansas Texas and other states. In group '3, h , rcar pnces of 8 as oline are off •„! t +ce ?' a ea!lon be cause of the ight tank car situation. ith 0 ^ 1 ' 0 " is , being choked back - nrii T t x - as P lannm S to reduce pril takings about 200,000 barrels daily. Other middle plafns Producing states have been affcet- ufu-, hough less drastically. While the eastern states face the prospect of getting along on 20 «i ft»t <1 SS gasolme - oil men here say that the group 3 retailers are fcelmg the pinch of low prices and [^driving due to conservation of Feel Little Gained mn £U Sested that in 1340 On Your Dial KFYO Program Avalanche-Journal Sta'doo The ordinary filling station operator will be seiiing fewer gal- h°o"n v. mo " th >" on e explained, "so, ne 11 nave to make more money on each gallon in order to stay in bus mess." As a general rule, oil executives tLt rm rger p , rodudn S states feel that little would be gained by rationing consumers close to adequate gasoline supplies Such rationing, they said, should .3 undertaken only if it i s believed necessary to conserve tires and to free tank cars for use in moving supplies to the hard hit Eastern states. About 84 percent of all the phosphate produced in the US -omes from Florida ' ' 6:30 6:« 1:00 7;20 7:30 7M5 7-50 7:35 E:00 S:15 8:25 8:30 8 US 9:00 9:16 9:30 SMS 9:50 10:0(1 10:15 10:30 10:45 H-.OO 11:15 11:30 12:00 I2:J5 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:15 • L':CO 3:15 3:20 3:30 3:45 •1:00 4:15 4:30 4:<5 5:00 5:15 5.MS 6:30 C:15 6:30 6:35 6:55 7:00 7:15 7:20 7:25 7:30 3:00 8::s 8:30 3:45 3:30 10:00 :0:15 10:30 11:00 FBIDAV. MARCH 20 Morning Soldier Boy's Salute ChecKtrboard time Morning Swing Lee And Bundy NeivsCRSl iTSNJ. The World Tooaj Interlude Snoop ana Scoop Melody Boys Interlude Headlines nhj-thm Parade Sous ol pioneerj Fashions New What's Doing Around Lubbccfc Sweet. Music Bcuer Vis.on Talk Interlude Newscast Love Songs £ou Ast Em _ w . Answer Km Mh S rg l n s '->' Ust - 3 «nJ John Hughes MBS Neifc'i'oors TSU Antiques and Moderni Attetouutt Drug Store Cowboyi The Tn'flve-Fjrtecn Special Newscast Liar's Club Luncheon Music Auction Broadcast Church Hour Friday Afternoon Frolic Markets Interlude Johnson Family M BS Boake Carter MBS Quartette of CJasalcs In the Future MBS The Monitor Views the News Captain Mid-Nighi Richard Eaton—Commentator—MBS Helping of Jam 10-2-4 Ranch Evening Fulton Lewis. Jr. MBS Here's Morgan .MBS Local News Dinner Music Movie Roundup Newscast Movie Revue Interlude The World Today Lone Ranger IMBS) In the Groove Siegfried Wagoner MBS Dr. Benjamin Boct Varieties in Swing Uncle Sam Entertains Joe Venuti Orchestra MBS Car! Hofr.5 Orchestra MBS Vour Songs MBS Sign Off CHARTERS GRANTED AUSTIN, March 19 wV—Chart- ered: Bird Mining Co., Inc., Big spring; capital stock §5,000; incorporators, C. C. McRorey, Geo. O. Stevenson, J. P. Stevenson. ••VIM j uiiueuci! • Everybody] ON "Where Spending] " SI.OO WILDROOT 3-Aclion I Hair Tonic . ---- 59c $1.25 LENTHER1C COLOGNES $100 . 10c, DISH CLOTHS PASH CLOTHS 3 C LYSOT Disinfectant [Mineral Oil Extra Heavy ULL QUART % 69 C IAJHASWEE! £.*:'69 3»MMK*K $2.00 ELMO (Special Formula CREAM 1 H D 5 °c SIZE FREE ir - Complete Wit Pint Bottle. of 500 ,•: 49 35e VICK'S RUB 25c 1 Feena- min! 50c P H O T O Of General Douglas MacArlhur I r In full uniform! 15 C . IRVING JAFFE lOIrmpie . Champi'on ROLLER BEARING! IRoller Skates $1.59 SOc ons Dr. Ly Tooth Powder 1C \ 60c 35c DRENE [SHAMPOO Bouquet TALC 75e 25c IAHACIN {TABLETS! FITCH'S SHAMPOO SENSATIONAL VALUE! 32-Piece Gold-Trimmed Dinner-1 ware Set ^Everyone Will Want ^* * ~ *»»'^IV»Jli MILITARY DIARY Each book in. carton ready! for mail! ing. Beau-j tiful blue simulated} leather binding. Slips into! pocket orl pack. Dial 4343 .for The Avafanche-Journaf Office!! Barber Shop Singers'..-j Offer Their Service TULSA, Okla., March 19. (/p) _ The Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America, inc., has offered its services to the S°vernment as "coordinator of bubble and fan dancers of .the nation." In a telegram t.o Sen. Elmer Iliomas and Josh Lee of Okia- noma ; the organization said: "Moved by a patriotic urge to cooperate in the desperate efforts of our legislaiors to meet the war crisis, we offer the services of our nationwide organization as coordinator of bubble and fan dancers of the nation. "Will expect labor limited to 40 hours a week, to receive military service deferment status the same as labor delegates and life pen K| ons at termination of services "This is war and we must all do our part." - Buy A Defense Bond TODAY1 RELEASElLOW OF LIVER BILE And You May Enjoy Life More- Sleep Sounder—Awake Refreshed «rk«d ^Mders for; jWuS^l'o^d ^ DR. J. B. McCOHKLE DENT!fT 307 My nek Buildins Uibbnck.. Texas Phone fiafll t Our Expense Of Grace's 16fh Anniversary Be wise and buy now as down payments will be increased and a shorter time to pay is to become effective March 23. Your last day is March 21st ...BUY NOW! General Electric Refrigerators, as long as they last. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHIKGS 1801 Broadway Free Parking Dial 9531 TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT W. P. B. has released restrictions on renial of used Typewriters! HT, 14ih And Ave. J THE BAKE! €0. Printing And Office Equipment Lubbock, Texas. Dial 8516 Avalanche-Jours^! 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