Texas Almanac, 1943-1944 Page: 15
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Camp Barkeley uses more gas
than Abilene itself
Natural Gas Simplifies War Work
Ask any soldier
IF HITLER were to fly
over the smokeless sky-
lines of Texas, he would
think the war-production plants had closed
down. He doesn't know about your
Natural Gas. Thanks to 75 gas fields, we
have plenty of this cheap automatic heat
for the Army camps, airplane factories,
and scores of other war-production plants,
on our 4,800-mile pipe line network.
LIONE STAR GAS COMPANY
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