The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 18, 1929, Page 19, Image 19

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    The OREGON STATESMAN. Salem. Oregon, Sunday Homing, August 18, 1929
PAGE nineteen:
Graham-Paige Introduces
1930 ,Sixea And Eights
New Lines Show Many Improvements; Retain
Four .Speed Transmission
Graham-PalgB today Introduces
Its 1930 models, presenting a line
of three sixes aa twtf eights re
plete with ctasste anrloy Im
provements. All-jBKJdels-xpt the
lowest-priced m 6enQf.tan4-ard-shlft
four-speed, transmission,
which has been a feature- of the
line for two and a half years, the
Graham-Paige company baring
led the whole industry in recog
nizing the- advantages of the fonr
epeed drive and in perfecting its
mechanism.
The 1930 models, although rep
resenting substantially increased
value, are offered without change
of price, beginning with J 8 5 5 for
the two-door sedan, on the 612
chassis, which is now JbalH three
inches longer than formerly and
has a larger engine "
One of the most striking fea
tures of the new Graham-Paige
line is an exclusive innovation
the use of adjustable seats, rear
as well as front, in all. six-cylinder
models and the 127-inch
wheelbase eight. The. rear Beat
cushions offer a choice of two
positions, changing the depth and
the slope of tie seat. Full width,
front setvts as well as two separate
ate seats of the two-door model
612 may be shifted mechanically,
while occupied, over a wide range
of position. Since the clutch and
brake pedals of all Graham-Paige
car$, and also (except in the 612)
the- steering column, are fully ad
justable, the new models offer the
widest possible variation in driver
and passenger position. In short,
the Garham-Paige can be fitted to
each individual as if built to his
size and measurements. ' ' I J
Features ot eW, JJn , , s r, .
Summarized, the. outstanding
features of the Gfanain-Paige line
for 1930 are as follows:
A completely new model 612
chassis of 115-inch wheelbase and
larger engine, giving increased
power at lower engine speed (66
h. p. at 3000 r.p.m.).
Bodies of advanced Etructural
design.
Superior riding comfort, at
tained not only through the ad
justability of bojth front and rear
seats, but through the -so of over
padded seat cushions, form-fitting
seat and back contours, and extra
seat and back springing.
Clear-vision instrument panels.
without ornamentation but strik
ingly handsome In appearance.
New-typ glaw visor lit thorm
ium brackets (except 811), .,.
Three-spok steering-wheels
(safety-type), models 612, and
616. .. . - . ....
Inspection ot the new 612 chas
sis, and of the other two sixes And
the etwo eights shows the "con
sistent use throughout the line
of the latest refinements and im
provements in design an A . equip
ment. For once, howeTerfcrtew
line of cars is presented lawhlch'
the achievements of the-body en
gineers are likely to aroase more
interest among motorists 1a gener
al than are the mechanical de
tails, even with one new chassis
model in this line-up. -
Designed for Comfort and East
The 1930 Graham-Paige models
reflect the results of a comprehcn
sive campaign to promote riding
comfort and. ease for driver and
passengers, through adjustable
seating position, improved seat
and back cushions, and conven
ient accessories, while at- the same
time enhancing the beauty of car
interiors through the use of har:
monlous fittings and trim. V
With chassis already embodying
the most modern automotive fea
tures, such as the four-speed
transmission, Bijur chassis lubri
cation system, positive feed fuel
pump, crankcase ventilation, hy
draulic internal brakes. . crank
shaft vibration balancer, and oth
ers, , Graham-Paige was free to
concentrate on Improvements to
promote beauty, comfort, and
easy riding, u: ' ,
StkeIcnAA (t-)
BROCKTON, Mass. (AP) A
policeman's uniform was a piece
of "property" that Just was not to
be had in Brockton. But the in
genuity ot a vaudeville actor and
the willingness of a policeman
saved the day for the former. The
policeman accommodated the act
or, spending his rest period in the
dressing room while his uniform
draped the actor's frame on the
stage.
New Models Announced by Graham -Paige
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ATHENS (AP)Th heirs of
the Greek millionaire ISrasaaauel
Besaks hsrs presented to the na
tion his mansion on the Kephls
sia road to serve as a national mu
seum for the collections which it
contains.
Among the treasures are a num
ber of rare Rhodlan vases of the
lTth century ; pictures that be
longed to King Louis the First of
Bavaria, father of Otto, the first
king of -Greece; a number of
weapons used by heroes of the. -war
of Independence including two,
swords of Karalskakes and then
bonnet worn by Byron's "Maid ot;
Athens.
The- museum will be managed
by a specially appointed commit- j
tee, on which a member of the
Benakes family will always be rep
resented. The bequest is valued t
,$324,000. -
Investigate Oar Recaping Service
Before Buying Your New Tires
A mother may chastise her off
spring regardless of his age, an
Illinois court ruled.
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MOSCOW (AP) After a hot
debate the society of Militant Ath
eists, at a conference recently held
in Moscow, lowered the age re
quirements for admissions to the
society from 16 to 14 years.
Youngsters between 8 and 14
years of age will be enlisted as
members of "groups ot young
atheists.
The conference elected a Cen
tral Council of Godless consisting
of 95 members and 32 candidates,
among whom were Anatole Lun
acharsky, Commlssor o f Educa
tion; Nadejda Krupskaya, Len
in's widow and Emellan Tsrosav
sky, secretary of the Communist
Party Control Commission.
slavsky said: "The central prob
lem of our society Is to mobilize
as many millions as possible
against religion."
BUSINESS 'HOPS OFF
ST. louis (A P) Approxi
mately 13.5 large corporations own
airplanes for use by their sales
men, executives, and for other
business services, a survey by an
Closing the conference, Taro- aircraft concern hero shows.
Our
1930
Cars
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Throughout our business
careers we have sincerely
endeavored to make our
products constantly better
and to present them to the
public without exaggeration,
Today"... you can see the
1Q30 Sixes and Eights ,
the best looking , finest
performing cars and the
most substantial values
we have ever offered.
Vi '-
These 1Q30 Cars Today
445 Center St., Salem Phone 450
Grahnm-Pelge Sales and Service for Marlon and Polk Counties
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Gasoline and Oils
Storage, Washing and Greasing
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Western Giants with nationally advertised
First Line Tires, and oar Wear-well also
irrespective of the savings they offer"
with nationally advertised secondary lines.
All good tires cost about the same to build . . .
Only by using; the finest materials and work
manship, are we able to have built into bur tires
all the Extra Mileage and Satisfaction motorists
know from experience they can depend on re
ceiving . . . only thus can we assure quality
worthy of our enviable reputation . . .
So the great difference between our tires and
nationally advertised brands is in price. We
sell well over half-a-million tires each year,
through our own more than 150 conveniently
located stores . . . We buy in huge volume, and
save still more on economical distribution.
These savings are passed on to you in lower
prices, in accordance with our "One Low Profit
Selling Price.'
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