The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Amazing New Additive Discovery! Now in Lion's Great Mew Gasolines • •» Actually SUPERCHARGES Your Motor! OF LION'S NEW GASOLINES- | AT NO INCREASE j IN PRICE! j/ Car owners report Lionite: V ADDS KNOCK-FREE POWER AND PEP! V BOOSTS GASOLINE MILEAGE AS MUCH AS 16%! Research tests prove Lionite: V Reduces harmful intake valve deposits up to 85% V Reduces combustion chamber deposits up to 50% V Improves compression up to 50% Lion Oil scientists have discovered a new, different, BETTER additive that's now in every gallon of new Lion gasolines. This new additive is called Lionite, and here's how it works: 1. Lionite has unique cleansing ability. Its solvent-detergent action cleans your motor and lets ALL the power come through. Result: you get full knock-free power and pep. Car owners report up to 16% more miles per gallon using new Lion gasolines with Lionite. 2. Lionite has unique lubricating ability, which reduces engine wear. Lionite lubricates and protects vital moving parts; lengthens engine life. An independent research institute, which conducted extensive tests on Lionite, reports that no other additive tested could deliver all the improvements you get from Lionite. This superior additive is in Lion gasolines exclusively. Get more knock-free power and pep! Boost your gasoline mileage as much as 16%! Stop at the sign of the Lion, get new Lion gasolines with Lionite—and supercharge your engine! New HIGHER OCTANE Lion Premium guaranteed to deliver all the power any motor can develop New HIGHER OCTANE Lion Regular guaranteed to deliver all the power mosf motors can develop Your Lion Oil Dealer invitei you to watch the exciting new television ihow, "Highway Patrol," itarrlng Broderick Crawford. Sec your newspaper for tim« ond channel.

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