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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - February 21, 1926, Galveston, Texas THE OALVESTOH DAILY HIWS, SUWDAT, FEBBTTABT 21, 1998. Ttte-imtnUl aide of a'pe ilevllar mnimaL t. It la .vastly. lmpor tog governor. Many of the uatlon', no tftblea wltneued tha Inaucuratloa at Washington. iUlDBEFIIIIIL SUJPOBT OF DOWELL yfyATt AID BILL. HEST PffiATE SatTAB IS OFF FOR TSAINlKa CAMP Plttsburg, Pa, Feb. Tho firs' squad the world champion ntts pirates will depart for the spring training grounds at Pan Robles, CaL, tomorrow to prepare for tha campaign to defend thel title In 1921. Only a few will in the party as it departs from Plttsburg Manager William UcKcchnle will accompanied by Catcher Hoy Spen- cer, Pitchers Bernard Culioton. Al- valn Crowder, George Aaten and alx newspaper men. KA5BA8 FIVE LEADS IK JOSGOUBI VALLEY .RACE y AMocUte Norman. Feb. Uni- versity of Kansas went Into the lead In; the Missouri, Valley banket ball race hero today 'by defeating the University' of Oklahoma, 29 to 1L The Bboners led 14 to 13 at the half. but their defense cracked in the sec- ond half. Oklahoma muit'wln her .pne re- maining game, tho Oklahoma Aggies and .Kansas must loae one of thelr remalnlng four games for the Okla- ho to tie for the championship. McBONOTTGH SETS WOELD KECOEDIN SPEED TRIAL Miami, Fla., Feb. Me- Donough, Ixjg Angeles, act a neir world speed record late today when flashed around tha Miami Fulford speedway at an average clip or iiour while qualifying for .he Washington Birthday race next Monday. FULLY EQUIPPED for Rendering ELECTRICAL SERVICE on Your ARMATURES Stocked-forlAll STARTERS AND GENERATORS Insuring Prompt Service Automobile Dealers and Service Stations Need Not Send to Houston Barnett and Robinson 22d and Q Ph. 270 Exfbe THE LDNGHJFE BpvcUl to Tlta Kawa, Washington, Feb. that'any backward step by the i ernment regards .the.policy ol federal aid would bo dlaaatrouf to Ughway transportation and aocta! welfare, Thomas p. Henry, president if the Automobile association, gave ils vigorous Indorsement today to tho Do well., bill, making appropria- tions .forir'oids'for'the fiscal years 325.and "It Is unthinkable that a program hat has maant'so much to the ire country ohould be thrown Into haos by doing away with 'federal president of the A. A. A. declared. Mr. Henry's brief was -but __ Initial statement, .on behalf of the 7T6 automobile clubs affiliated with the national motoring body. It was submitted In the form of a letter ad- dressed Chairmani Do we II of the road commtttae, who Is the author of the The bill appropriates S8tV. for each of the fiscal yeara 1I2S and 1931. also for each of theae years for roada, which ore badly needed to afford adequate connections between tb main travelled highways and recreation-! of the country; He urged the Importance of action on tho bill at this aeaslon of congress, as failure.to do so might seriously embarrass the atatea and the bureau of public 11 uuniva lo making the road-building programs for the ImmedlAUly ahead. "The he con- gress tb continue Its policy at until the original federal aid system Ui completed and any. attempt which may be tnada now or In .the to withdraw or curtail federal par- ticipation would-be an-unwarranted breach of faith and against the pub- He Interest" After pointing: cut that-from the beginning .of the republic the gov- ernment had been committed to the principle.of aldlng.the development of highway transportation, Mr. Henry cited tho fact that despite the Importance of highways in the transportation scheme of the the federal- government had to date apent on them only one-third of the amount spent on rlvora and harbors and only a little moro than- waa .iii the Faaiuua Canal i suns ffl I8ES- IN mMm CHETEOLET SALES HEAD DIS- LOCAL KAJIIWDB ALL BO ADS CUSSES PEtWAB AUTO BtTTIKQ RATIO. The automotive Industry IB offer- nc .unprecedented .values, it clared by_Rl IL vice presU dent and central flales manager tf the, Chbvroiet Motor Company, whp bases' his the exhibits which-he has the New York, Dotrolt and Chicago. shows. large of'.'automobile buyers will receive during 1926 an even greater value for their money than they ;dld -Mr. Grant asserts. "The values represented by pres- ent-day automobiles are emphasised by the fact that despite all Improve- ments made during the last decade, the ratio of, present and prewar au- fomobtle'prlcea'js CSo'per' re LONG HUTDMOBHEn PASSAMJ! EXCEPT KEAB 'GALVESTOH. Stuck In a mudhole wtthtn t.' ,f5TT iles practically completed; a FIBHEi AJTD M'KAUOHTOK TO DRIVE THROUGH WEST AHD SOUTH. through ern and Atlanti ductlon of 35 par ceut. The average via. Buffalo.' states, was W.; J Guvett. the; Guyett Hotel. Mr. Quyett, who-' returned TO- cently with- his r family after a four months', abience. 'declared' that ;al roada be- encountered 'were passable except.1 In 'that territory 'Immediately surrounding Galveston." Driving a Nash sedan.' Mr. Ouyet accordlnc to offlclsJ Ilcure4 Just eleased by ths factory at .Detroit, bowed an Increase over the corrs- pondlng period last year JOT, a aln of 120 per cent. The week emdlng Jan. 14, with de- rerieb of 409 trucks and coaches, til per cent ahead of cor- eapondlng weak last year. The week ending Jan. 10. let tho record or January with deliveries of 42B alts. "Our production during last wo weeks in aaid a Ora ncxt week in a renewed effort to dlipose of San AJI- tonlo'i quota of Stone Mountain Memorial Forest tlnr th9 bit- ter conflict of the civil war, tha vic- will lend a helping hand to the vanqntahed in their campaign to fl- nmnce ntemorlal. for tho luppie- mflntlnK of the 192S au- tomobile market'gaihed af'the.Noir York, .Detroit and Chicago aliowB They will' be-on the road for a pe- riod of, four.1 or five weoki. at- tend the at Kaniaa City aind AncoliB .and visit r San Francisco, Phoenix, El Paao, Ban Antonio, "Dallas. Houston Mew. Or- leans; -Birmingham. Jacksonville. Miami and other points. The Cadillac officials believe that a 'larger proportion of owners are cara la the- quality clasa every year. Cribaa-country, touring and'therlarger uae' of motor cars for interurban .travel and. for reaching distant points? Is., la, opinion, one -of the. in ths -new de- mand, for cars; which will travel long without mechanical atten- tlop and. with' amall coat of upkeep. "Facts regarding business durini the first month of 1928. confirm our predictions at the beginning of -the year that 193d buslneaa la to be hlchly satisfactory." Mr. Flahar states, "In our own 'he continues, "tha new Cadlllao.car haa given a great Impetus to our salei, and thla, added to the Increased de- mand for quality cars, has given us new peak ealea ourpaaalng anything In our hlatory. MAs a nation we have come realtge that the motor car not an express, but an. actual wealth-pro- ducing factor of prime importance.' That we; as a.- nation of Individuals, realize thta IB-Indicated by. the largo of care which aro boturht upon Bourid'purcliaje plans, the buy- >r realizing that tha car Increases cnpaclty. lac owners. .we find many who are members of tarn I lies owning two or more Cadillacs. a a market which la practically un- developed. Another field la the for- eign market. Blghty-one per ccrvi. of the cara In the world are in op- eration in. tha United States, which taa but 'i per cent of the world's population. Auto mob Uo exports In- leased 44 per 'orelgn field .apped." ent last ye has been nd the scarcely NOTICB TO CTTT IVBICKIBCIIII. If you do not receive rour NBWS >romptljr each morning, phone us >efore 10 o'clock and a copy will be you by maaMiigvr. mmam GLA68W0. AUTOS' AS '5ICESSI- TIES, FAOKARD KAKAQER LAUDS 6YSTEK. "Seventy-flU per cent of.all motor cars sold In America are' epl'd on tho defertcd B. Chamborlnitn, uian- agor; Packard Motor Car Company "The brought forth much dlicusalon of thoi1 buying of auto- mobiles oh V. "There aro two questions to bo considered; la the credit plan n good.une for the buyer? .-And Is th 'eb. 20._The losing commlailbne'd renlgnatloni, Officlarflgtires made available the war department today that of the 321 officers ojf the lar army separated from, active sen Ice during 1926. ,171 reiltssi to other occupations as compared Witt 11 J' for tho preoedlnc year.1' rTho greatest number of in the Infantry, which loaf) 86. offlcero. Tho air was ond with 411 coast artillery thlrtt with SI and the field artillery With 30. talncd, are all that could bo d aired. Hopalutlug your cai We Convert The Old Into New Tbs urt of auto painting is mOt vanced to tbo point of Tbe now Buco the naif} method of application, and pleasing and lasting results oM o r Duco wax tho old car one absolutoly now In appearance Wo aro glad to glre estimates application. Fred E, Schmidt 'Authorized Dtico 2402 Arc. F. 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