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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salera. Oregon, Stcaday Mornlnsf, June 2$, 1W2
iLocal News Briefs
Minor 5 Injuries ... Suffered
Minor Injuries .were suffered , by
Bessie? L Pleasant of Portland
and Mm. H.' . J. Eggleston, i 1 4 0
Union street, as the result of au
tomobile accidents, reported to po
lice yesterday. i , Seven accidents
, were reported; as '.follows: John
O. Widness of McMinnTille, and
H. J.. Eggleston, 1140 Union, at
s Commercial and Center; A.-C.
Smith. $8 S Commercial, and Bes
; aie Pleasant on-Liberty near
: Cenrt; A. C Stanbrovgn 'of Mon
mouth and Virgil Zwicker, 1351
WUbur, at State and 14th: Ro
' bert Corbett of . Independence and
'Kyoto Arlyasa, 70 Son tb Win
ter, at Mill and Winter; Ermal
Owens, 819 Hood, and Mrs. Win
Alfred Herrlek, 19 C Richmond,
on Hlgh;rG. C. Blower, Hasel
dorf apartments, and A. Tost,
Anthony road, at State and High;
W, J. Schwarts, route two, and
C. JC. Gabriel, on Front.
Wedding gilts, nice assortments at
our Vt price sale. Hartman Bros.
- Doata Society Hoaoredl - To
the Marion-POlk-YamhM Dentil
society has . . come the .honor of
having one of its members among
the seven Oregon representatives
to be delegates to the Pacific
Coast Dental conference to bo held
in Seattle July to . Dr. Floyd
L. Utter, president of the local
chapter, will be that delegate.
The conference is held once every
three years. Four of Oregon's re
presentatives will be from Fort
land, one from Eugene, one from
Milton and the other from Salem.
A number of Salem dentists are
planning to attend.
Auction sale of high grade furni
ture Monday 10 a. m. at the home
of Simon Director, 744 Cottage
Nineteen- Chemeketans G
Nineteen persons were signed np
last night to participate in the
' Chemeketans' trip to Breltenbush
not springs today. Leaving this
morning are Dr. David Bennett
Hill, leader; Dr. L. B. Schoel.
Dorothy M. Taylor, Augusta Not
durft. Jacob Notdurft, Mrs. Not
durft. Richard Notdurft. Marguer
ite Crossan, Luella Fruit, Rosa
Webber, Julia and Nelle Patchen
and Lola Schulz. Five of the hik
ers left yesterday afternoon, Alice
Butts. Cora Randall, E. M. hoii
nell. Ruby Hoffnell, W. M. Ham
Statesman subscribers have been
paid 13378.03 in claims on their
$1 Accident Inaurance. Policies,
Diamonds, watches and jewelry at
our price sale. Hartman Bros."
Mrs. Polanski Snes Mrs. Marie
L. Polanski brought suit yester
day for divorce from her husband.
Ferdinand J. Polanski to whom
she was married October 25, 1921
She asks the custody of their two
children and 20 a month support
money. In her complaint she al
leges that Polanski receives $45 a
month as income from an insur
ance policy. She also asks a half-
interest in real property owned by
) Have The Statesman foliow you
i on your vacation. Mailed to any
! address two weeks, only 25 cents.
Tuesday the U. G. Shipley com
! pany will make a special an-
nouncement regarding the com
I plete closing out of a part of their
f Cherries Ready Monday Bing
J cherries will be available for de
( livery to canneries Monday, James
Imlah of the Salem Cherry Grow-
ers association stated yesterday.
His own cherries, he said, will go
to Paulus brothers, who took his
Royal Ann crop. Not much ship
ping of charries is expected until
' next week when the Lambert crop
will .rttn a in
JGet your berry tickets at The
Bank Reports. Report was
made yesterday in probate court
here by the First National Bank
on its guardianship of the estate
of Alice Leo MacDonald, incompe
tent. Receipts for the year, were
$118 and expenditures $55, the re
ceipts including a cash carryover
tmmAbv th IT. ft. Shiolev com-
pany will make a special an-
4 noaaeement regarding me com-
plete closing out 6t a part of their
l Berry tickets priced to the times,
( at Statesman office, 215 South
Trial on Plates TriaT of W. J.
Tksvennort charred with operat
ing motor vehicle with dealer's li
cense plates, will be held in Jus
tice court Monday morning, uav
enoort has been out on his own
recognisance since arrest some
WIH EIRE TO
(Bettor Than Ever
s Hotel Argo chicken
V Sunday, 50c.
Salem Bohemian, 32 State --
Featuring 50c turkey dinner.
. Senator Food Shop
' Turkey dinner, 50cv
1 Tourist Cafe, 163 S. Com!.--I
Frled and baked chicken, 50c
. . . .. .. .
Loming Menu v -
June 2 M96-''1' "
Jul 4-Independence day -
relebratloa epOBaored -by
American lgWn, sute fair-.
August T OWo -Bork.
A eye" picnic. State lair-
: June 2iJSaDi 4ay plc--!
Jc, PortIJwi;'8lttf p. na.
. - AnguMt Tl-Annnel Cbe-
meketan otlnj at Spirit
i.mti 14 Dakota.
Bnrke an Monday Pat Burke,
arrested several daysago on' as- '
sault charge 'growing out of mo
lesting small boys, will be given
trial f in Justice court Monday
morning at 10 o'clock. Burke is
in the county jail in default of
8250 bail.. '
Vacation time Is travel time. The
Oregon Statesman offers to sub
scribers, a Travel Accident Insum
ance Policy for only $1 a year. ?
Men's suits or o'coats cleaned and
pressed 81.00, sponged and press
ed, I Oc. Dresses 81.00 and up at
Kennedy's Cleaning Works. 1245
Girla Return Tomorrow M a r
Elizabeth Kells and Cathrine
Eaton will return to Salem to
morrow from Hillockburn, rar
Estacada, where they spent the
past week at a Presbyterian
young people's conference.
3 R. fur. apt. 335 Division.
From Alrllo Mr. and ' Mrs. E.
R. Moore, their son Caarles Moore
and Paul Banta visited Saturday
nere ai me nome or Mr. ana Mrs.
C. R. Moore.' Mrs. C. R Moore
has been 111 for the past four
Ice. Prompt residence delivery.
Phone 5803. New modern all-
steel refrigerators at cost. Call at
Capital Ice, 5(0 Trade St.
i can save you money on repair
ing or reshingllng your roof now.
Material prices low. Labor cheap.
Call 1145 South 16 or address box
178 care Statesman.
Mrs. Stewart Called East
Mrs. Alvln B. Stewart. Culver
Lane, left by train last night for
Merrill, Wis., where her mother
was reported seriously ill.
Wanted market poultry, top price.
Phone 133F2, Lee'a Hatchery.
Wanted used furniture. Ph. 5110.
Visits Sister E. J. Foley of
Vancouver, Wash., spent the last
two flays of the week here via
itlng his sister, Mrs. Helen Par
ker, 1480 Broadway.
While on your vacation have The
Oregon Statesman mailed to you.
Scholarship funds In some In
stances under the reorganized
setup of Oregon's higher Insti
tutions of learning will be chang
ed. it was shown Saturday by
opinions of the Attorney General.
The fate of two such funds were
decided upon request of the state
board of higher education.
The scholarship fund of $1000
for chemistry presented in 1924
to the University of Oregon must
be returned to the donor, Attor
ney General I. H. Van Winkle
held. The state board of higher
education having removed tho
college of chemistry to Corvallis
tne terms of the donation are
such that the fund must be re
The attorney general abo held
that a $5000 bequest to cs
tablish a permanent fund known
as the Thomas Condon fellowship
in paleontology at the University
of Oregon, may be retained even
though the major field in this
course has been removed to thj
Debt Less than
Taxes Now Due
While the warrant indebtedness
of the Salem school district
amounts to $175,337, the district
would be more than free of debt
of this nature if all delinquent
and uncollected taxes were re
ceived. School Clerk W. H. Burg-
hardt revealed in a tabulation
yesterday. Tax delinquencies to
tal S72.001.2C. and 1931 taxes un
collected.. 1152. 617. S.
Tax delinquency, according to
years. Is as follows:
1924 Z6i.il i
1927 i 3.233.26
Slated Today at
City Auto Park
Third annual state reunion of
former Missouri residents and
their families will be held at the
municipal auto park today, activi
ties to get under way about 10
o'clock this morning. The pro
gram includes musle by the kiltie
band, community sing, basket
luncheon, address at 1 o'clock by
W. S. Levens of Salem, sports and
awarding of special prizes to Mis
E. W. Harland of Salem is
president of the association.
Noble Listed as
Impressions of New York" given
by ClareA W. Noble - Monday
noon will wind up the luncheon
programs for the Salem chamber
of -commerce until eariy xaii. Mr
Noble, owner of the Sky Line wal
nut orchard visited New York
City the past winter, and among
the suhlecU which he will touch
upon -.Monday. are v the- New York
stock exchange, what New York
City la thinking and -how things
are done in the ease
- MRS. MOL DY VISITOR
HUBBARD, June 25 Mrs. El-
dora Mondy, front Long ueacn
nallf la r spending the summer
with : her son and - bis wife, Mr.
and Mrs. Erwta S. Moudy.. Mr
and Mrs. Mondy in partnership
with her nephew, Evan E. Davis.
bought the Claire Dimick proper
Oil Company With Campaign
For Aero-Type Gasoline
Changes Its Policy
"After an absence of approxi
mately 12 months from the field
of newspaper advertising. Associ
ated Oil company ba determined
that the use of newspaper copy Is
essential in getting over an effec
tive sales message to the public."
This . statement was made by
Harold R. 'Deal. ad Yertising" man
ager for Associated Oil company,
in announcing - the opening Sat
urday of an extensive newspaper
advertising campaign which will
blanket tne coast with announce
ment of an entirely new aero-type
gasoline for automobiles.
Deal pointed out that the com
pany has been in an excellent po
sition during the past year to
form. Its conclusions that In any
well-rounded advertising cam
paign, newspapers are an element
vital to the effectlreness and ef
flclent results of the advertising
message. Associated has been one
of the largest users of radio time
on the Pacific coast, and has also
fieen a continuous advertiser in
he outdoor field.
"At this time, however, with
the introduction of the new Fly
ing A gasoline, the company sin
cerely feelt the importance of
presenting the selling story In
black and white, in order difinite
ly to Impress readers with the
new features and advantages of
the merchandise," he said.
"Newspapers hare proven them
selves the medium ideally fitted
for a sales message based on the
features of news, quality and
"We 'have long felt that news
paper advertising Is essential in a
well-rounded campaign, and our
experience in the past year has
certainly convinced us of Its place
in the program. The adrertising
budget for the year. Just approv
ed, has set aside three-quarters
of a million dollars for adrertis-
lng purposes, and newspapers
have been selected as one of the
major means of carrying our sales
message on the new Flying A
aero-type gasoline to the public
OFFICIAL OF BIBLE
A. Wesley Mell, coast secretary
of the American Bible society.
visited here Friday night and yes
terday morning with his sister,
Mrs. R. A. Kletzing. 1145 South
16th. Mr. Mell lives at Berkeley,
but has headquarters at San
Francisco. He has been In Ore
gon to attend the annual Metho
dist conference, before"" which bo
dy he spoke Thursday.
There is no evidence that the
bible will be displaced as the
world's "best seller" In opinion of
Mr. Mell. Last year alone the
American Bible society, through
home and foreign agencies, dis
tributed about 9.375,000 copies of
bibles, testaments and portions in
the United States and about 50
ioreign countries. , r
At the end of last yeanfinsla-
tion statistics showed that" the bi
ble had been translated in its en
tirety into 172 languages, while
some part of It had appeared in
752 additional languages or dia
lects. According to the risitor. It
is estimated the bible or a part of
it appears in a new tongue as of
ten S3 once every five weejes. v
In this city, Mary Hofer, wife
of late Frank Hofer. Survived by
son Fred Hofer of Alturas, Cel.,
and brother-in-law, Col E. Hofer
of Portland. Announcement of
funeral later byW. T. Rlgdon and
Edwin Barber in this city, Sat
urday, June 25, 1932. late res
ident of route 9. Survived by wi
dow, Mrs. Alice Barber of Sa
lem, two daughters, Mrs. Wallace
Headrlek of Rupert, Ida., and
Mrs. Frank Carlson of Salem;
two sons. Charles and Harold of
Salem. Funeral services will be
held from the Clough-Barrlck
company chapel. Church at Ferry,
Monday, June 27, at 4 p. m.
At the residence, route 9. June
23, Joseph L. Morrison. Survived
by widow, Lottie, and one sister.
Mrs. Grave Baker of Loveland.
Colo. Funeral services will be
held Monday, June 27 at the W,
T. Rlgdon and" Son chapel at 10
m. with Rev G rover C. Birtchet
officiating. Interment Cityview
Charles W. Reed at the res!
dence, R. F. D. 8, box 275, Salem,
Friday, June 24, at the ago of 61
years. Survived by widow. Pearl
of Salem; two sisters, Mrs. Mary
James of San Diego. Cal., and
Mrs. A. Adklnson of Spokane.
Wash.; two sons. Erxnel and Ger
ald, both of Salem. Services will
be held at tho chapel of Clouxh
Barrick company, Church at Fer
ry streets. Monday, June 27 at 2
p. m. with Rev. Hugh B. Fouke of
the Jason Lee church officiating.
interment Cltrvlew. cemetery.
CITY VIEW CEMETERY
Established 18SM , TeL' 8852
. Conveniently Aceesaibl'. i
rerpetual care provided for
Price Reasonable - -
faew -3r rj
A PARK CKMKTKn- WITH
f ast Tea sOaetss ttm the tan
; of lesra
XJlldcr tllLC Occurrences and Gossio
n " at the center of Oregon'
-JLOmC state government ;
ELL, . all was - not quiet
around the Capitol after all
yesterday. The steam shovel
kept grinding away JiezU to the
state treasurer's office : and al
most shaking the dome off the
espltol. Work on installation' of
the new boiler under' the capltol
building , is now ' under way - and
those . fellows t don't - Quit Satur
. The long turutel finder tha
buUdiaa .makes one' wonder If.
someone - discovered ' seme'
i ntouey ia the tresnrra of
; flee and was' usinjr this meaas
to get at n. The board auth
orixed the new equipment,- pos
sibly for tlie reason that Rufue
Holnaam's office la Just over the
old boiler and there has hee
Sale Permitted Tuesday but
No Snooting Except on
No, not quite yet can Salem
boys and girls start shooting fire
crackers without causing firemen
and policemen to-frown. Only on
July 4 la the setting off of fire
works within the city limits per
mitted under city ordinance.
Sale of the crackers and sky
rockets and ' Roman candles and
go-devils and all such, however,
will be permiasable beginning
Tuesday, Mayor P. M. Gregory has
proclaimed. This is several days
earlier than in previous years. Re
tail sale of fireworks before the
date set by the mayor, makes the
dealer liable to a maximum fine
Fire Chief Harry Hutton this
year is seeking to prevent fires
starting from fireworks by advis
ing the proper places for their
"Do not tell the children to go
to the vacant lots to shoot their
firecrackers," he admonishes.
"Many grass fires are set in this
way. The Ideal place for shooting
firecrackers is in the street. The
children can't very well start a
fire on the pavements and they
can have Just as much fun there."
Since the shooting of fireworks
in the city was placed under regu
lation beginning in .1924, fires
starting from this source have
been fewer in number, according
to the chief.
To be Thursday
The annual meeting of the Mar
ion County Public Health associa
tion will be held at the chamber
of commerce rooms. Salem, on
Thursday afternoon, June 30. At
this meeting. Dr. Ira Manville, of
the University of Oregon medical
school, will be the speaker. : Dr.
Manville is engaged in research
and will discuss matters relating
to public health which have come
within his study.
Reports of officers for the last
year will be given and new offi
cers for the ensuing year elected.
The hour of the meeting is 3
Native Sons and
Native Sons and Daughters of
Oregon, Salem Chapter No. 2. will
hold its first mass meeting next
Thursday night in the assembly
room of the Marlon hotel, at 8 p.
m. Interesting talks will be
heard on the state-wide consolida
tion of Oregon's vital future in
terests and exploitation that this
organization is sponsoring.
Men and women prominent in
the civic progress of Salem and
Marion county will cooperate.. and
every citizen is urged to attend.
Rapid progress is being made in
the formation of the Salem chap
ter. There is no eharge.
Will Hold Picnic
Employes of the Fred Meyer
store here, their families and
friends, will hold a picnic at
Hazel Green all day today. The
program will Include baseball,
swimming and races. Around CO
persons are expected to attend.
All Sizes at Reasonable
Write for Particulars
MRS. RUTH CRITES
Cannon Beach, Oregon
. Dr. Chan Lam
Office hours -Tnesday
day 3 to-w p. os.
IUmu i and S
148 N. Commercial
.Ito Renti : :
.fall 0910, t'scfl Furniture
. Depart meat -1S1
v , . .
fear it . tber boiler) might
blew ap. t.'-"i
;v; Newspapers the past few days
nave prepared the nubile for- a
lot of fireworks - at : the demo
cratic .convention . beginning at
Chicago tomorrow, so Just about
everyone ; is ready for a good
how. Get out your score Dads
because watching the way . the
rotes . land will be more - inter
esting than scorrng a contract
bridge game. ' ; . --, -- ;
Weare wondering just who .
wo the- war at Camp Clatsop
yesterday. From all signs and
Indications aroand th rapitol'
It waa ttot known whether
politicians, citizens, or General
White's a nay came out of .the
conflict with the . spoil. But
one thing is rare that- the
army 'made the most noise
even if members of the board
of , control were present.'
Its been a long time since
there has been a demand f or
a , special -session of the legis
lature, but yesterday one pepped
up at Roseburg. And with the
regular session Just six months
away at that Senator B. L. Eddy
announced he had written to the
governor demanding an imme-r
diate three-day session. ,
Eddy'a demand will meet
with popular approval for the
reason he suggest legislative
action to make quarterly in
stallment payments on antomo
bile licensee possible, and with
a view of bringing , down this
fee. The governor was not
here so his reaction to the
proposal waa not learned.
But on the other hand lots of
other opposition, mostly from the
state highway department was
heard on the plan. The commis
sion has obligated itself to the
limit and needs the money now.
and too, quarterly payments will
be too late to pay off th recent
bond issue and to pay for work
already contracted for.
Ia the meantime sales of
license plates are going on,
eveajf slower than in recent
years. Those who hare their
plates are larky. That J one
worry off their mindft, and
those who can afford to pay
fer them now should not
wait for a possible moratorium
or legislative action should a
special session be caUed.
dt will be a lot of fun to en
force quarterly license plates
with perhaps a lot of different
colors for annual and quarterly
licenses. Too. it will again place
Oregon to the fore as an experi
mental state when it comes to
things political. However Sena
tor Eddy Is no doubt sincere.
even if a political candidate.
Things didn't look like they
were going on the rocks In Ka
In yesterday. What with the
colorful parade observing
Build Salem Day," and the
many people on the streets
and in town from outlying dis
tricts, everything looked as
thongh someone had discovered
prosperity's hiding, place and
dragged him around the cor
ner. Earl Bronough, recently
candidate for Attorney General
H. Van Winkle's position, said
he would be visiting the state
legislature next year and re
gardless who Is sitting there, he
will place himself behind the
desk in the left front corner of
the house. Bronough held this
position while he was In the leg
islature. July 4th Special
Croquinole Ringlet End
Permanent Push ( "TJ
Wave, complete, Jl.lD
Open Friday Evenings
Branch of the Castle Pioneer
Permanent Wavers, Portland
DR. B. H. WHITE
Night and Day Calls
External Cancer Removed
Office, 853 It. Capitol St.
Phone 5030 Salem, Ore.
UttSem eperiUoa w ten t as
DR. MARSHALL ,
Its OrCa Biit. . PboM K09
Bear in mind this .lmpor
tant :fact:iThe4fflHnsr of
Prescriptions is; the most
important part of our busi
ness. Supplementary td this
are' our drugs and supplies,
at cut rate prices.
1S3 N. Commercial St. - y
'rize Winners Appear Upon
: Both Sides of Question ,
In Recent Contest';
There hi "no sex in brains. Bril
liant, efficient, trained and experi
enced women have as much right
to a place la th economic world
as da men of similar ability. Any
other premise is a step . ) put
woman back in tne bondage from
which she has struggled." The
world . today cannot spare the
abilities 1 and taleata of married
women from various fields of em
ployment without serious impov
erishment to those fields.'
Dora S. Stasey thus crystalizes
her views on the question:
Should women work after they
have been married?" which was
the basis for a letter writing con
test held during the week by The
Statesman.-Her letter was adjudg
ed the best submitted, style, or
ganization and content considered.
Husband Should be
. In , marked variance , to . this
viewpoint is the one expressed by
.Mrs. Jennie Deuber, 2349 Myrtle
avenue. She writes: '
at is both humiliating and an
tagonising for a red-blooded man
to be forced to stand by and see
a woman holding down a Job. un
less she actually needs, it. Every
true wife will want her husband
to be the wage earner. If his wage
isn't sufficient to provide 'silk
hose for her to wear while doing
her dally routine of housework.
she should be glad and willing to
keep within his wage when he Is
doing his best. Certainly every
woman whose husband Is unable
to support her should be allowed
to work. But this should be the
actual case and not one where the
wife insists on having her extrav
agant desires gratified." Mrs. Den
ber, like Mrs. Stacey, was a con
Mrs. George H. Lavelle. 9
Marlon street, who likewise wrote
an excellent letter, expressed the
view that "married women, not
obliged to work to earn their own
living, who 'park' themselves be
hind the counters of stores or of
fices, are the cause of mueh criti
cism, and justly so. Taking a Job
from someone who needs it at this
time is cruel, and with economic
conditions in their present state,
There are 'three" important safety factors on your car that should be checked
regularly if you are to enjoy the comfort that comes from the knowledge that your
car meets every safety requirement and can be depended upon in an emergency
brakes, wheel alignment and headlights.'
Your brakes must be piopaly equalized to
Insure a safe stop. Excessive braking- pressure
on one wheel will cause your car to veer on an
emergency stop and may lead ro a bad accident
-uot to mention excessive wear on tires and
If your wheels are out of toe, your car will not
steer as easily as it should and cacaaslve side
drag Is cutting down the life of your tires and
your gas mileage and wheels get oat of line so
Let Us Test Tour
Your headlights are ca
pable of giving good service.
Let us check and adjust them
with onr new Headlight
Tester while yon wait. The
charge Is nominal youH be
snore than repaid by the ad
ditional comfort good lights
afford and by the knowledge
your lights are scientifically
adjusted to nffet aU legal rc
Center and liberty Sta. '-;
ta married woman whe deliber
ately holds a Job .that a aeedy
and ' deserving r person should
bare. Is adding to the misery of
a world that is already overbur
dened. -with distress." . .- .
Home Dorset Get Y
Adequate Attention ... V '..
Mrs. OUve Goodrich, ia her let
ter, dwells on. the Inadequate at
tention given to ' a home where
the woman, works. 'There Is no
hired help that will give the cb.ll-
urvu me care ana iot iui - im
necessary for proper development
ef body, mind and .spirit as -a
mother's care. she affirms. Lln
order ta keep their help ;wbeu
two people are working out of the
home, they must send their wash
ing; and ironing out." They must
buy their meals, out er- have hired
help, because when, a working
man comes home . at night.- he
must have hi meals en time and
they must be well balanced if he
is going to keep up the strain of
a steady Job.: Mrs. Goodrich lives
on route three, Salem. .
Winners in the contest in which
many letters were submitted won
two tickets to the show. "Week
end Marriage". Just closed at
Warner Bros. Elslnore theatre.
Wee Fay Holton, given the ti
tle of "Princess Pat" for no rea
son whatsoever but that she is a
little aristocrat in her own field,
that of mental telepathy, will give
demonstration of her uncanny
ability by driving an automobile
through the city streets Monday
She and her father, W. F. Hol
ton, seem to have a perfect under
standing which shows Itself in
such unusual demonstration as a
telephone conversation In which
the father asks the child ques
tions, he at one end of the line,
she at the other. He will ask the
name of the object at which he
is looVng. the name of the per
son a whom he is looking and
such like questions and she will
tell him without hesitation.
The youngster is only seven
years old according to the father
and she has been able to do this
sort of queer mental gymnastic
feat since the age of three.
She will appear at the Holly-
I wood theatre beginning with a
I matinee today and tor the next
GIRL. 7. TO II
Biraticc TOzcoEo Unco
mfiTAWTLT no mm
takes only a second
You can check your
by driving over our new
Automatic Wheel Afign
meat Indicator. The
hand oa the large dial
immediately shows aay
degr ee of misalignment
pttstatin number of leet
the tires are actually
dragged sideways in each
mile due to the wheels
being toed ia or out. A
bell warns you if this
to test your brakes.
Simply drive en the
Tester and apply your
brakes. The relative
braking power oa each
wheel Is immediately
shown by the rise of
liquid ia the four gauges,
whkh are positioned to
correspond to the four
wheels. That's all there
Is to It. This Toter
has been Installed tar
safety aad comfort.
use it often.
Tfrsi Is DcUz? Used
O, VALLEY MOTOR
"XUTMOWUO 3ACE5 AND SERVICE.
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for a NAME for
this hew i.
Her U tfiv'grtatvrt value)
I Vr pffered
So unusual is tfie value that
BULOVA wants the Amer
ican pubKc to nam tko
Come in for a fraa contest
blank. Maybe you will bo
tho lucky winner.
NO OtAJOATtOM TO BUY
COSTS MOTMtNO TO MTB
Pomeroy & Keene
Authorised Balova . Distrfbators
379 STATE STREET
If your headlights are not properly focused
and aimed, they are a menace not only to youe
fellow motorists, but also to yourself and yens
family because they do not afford you the
proper road Puimntioa
To enable you to check these three vital
safety factors frequently we have installed out
new Weaver Safety Lane including tb new
Weaver Automatic Brake Tester, Wheel ABga
meat Indicator and Headlight Tester.
A CsssU Chare
1 If these Inspections reveal
the need for any adjustments;
are will be glad to make them
for you. Usually they are of
a minor character and the
charge ia small. You will be
the Judge, however and you
will not be under the slightest
obligation. Please fed free to
test your car whenever you
care to drive in today.
ty about a year go.- r- ? v. -