Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on January 31, 1935 · Page 6
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SIX »---—• - tm PAMPA DAILY NEWS, Pampa, Texas THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31, 1935. For Satisfactory Results Classified Advertising Rates Information All *«nt idl mre strictly euh *nd iri. accepted over the phone with tbe ootttlre onderntamlinfr that the account u 'to b* paid when our collector calls. PflONB TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 v ad-taker will neelr* ronr Want Ad, helping 1 you ward It. All ad« for '^Situation Wanted" and "Imt and Found" are ca»h with order and will not b« accepted over th« tel«- . Oat-of-town advertising, euh with order.' The Pampa Dally NEWS reacrrei tht rig-ht to classify all Wants Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from publication any copy deemed objectionable. Notice of any error must be given In time for correction before lecond Insertion. In case of any error or an omission In advertising: of any nature The Dally NEWS shall not be held liable for damaged further than tbe amount re- calved for inch advertising. LOCAL RATE CARD XFVECTIVE NOVEMBER n, mi I day, 2o.ft word; minimum 80c. 1 days, 4c a word, minimum 60e. lo per word for each succeeding lout after the first two Issues. The Pampa Daily NEWS Automotive USED CAB SPECIALS 1932 Chevrolet Conch. 1929 .Ford 4-Door Sedan. 1912 I'imlinc 6 Coupe. 1930 Chevrolet Coupe. 1930 Ford Coupe. I9Z9 Ford Tudor Scdnn. 1932 Chevrolet Coupe. 1930 International Truck. 19.13 Mauler Chevrolet Coupe. I»33 Ford V-H Tudor. Many Others—Terms TOM ROSE (Ford) USED CAB VALUES 1934 Chevrolet Coach 1933 Chevrolet Coach 1931 Olds Sport Coupe 1931 Ford Coach 1931 Ford Coupe 1931 Chevrolet C-wnccl Coach 1931 Chevrolet Coupe 1930 Chevrolet Sedan 1930 Chevrolet Coach 1030 Chevrolet Coupe Forty Others to Select From CULBEBSON-SMALLING CHEVBOLET CO., Inc. AUTO LOANS CARSON LOFTUS Boom 363, Combs-Worley Bid*. Phone 710 Situations Wanted WORK WANTED—Experienced as clerk, waitress and general house Work. Will consider anything. Write box 400, car of NEWS. 31-257 FIRST. CLASS painting and paper hanging. Ask for prices. Lancaster the deaf and dumb painter. Call at Burton's Service Station. Phone 262. Gp-257 Miscellaneous EXPKRT work call Ted McKinney, painting contractor, paperhanger, decorator. Phone 524-W. 806 East Craven. Gp-2GO DRIVE ABOUND, to our shop and let us repair that bent fender. Moore & Smith Body Shop. Cc-257 RADIATORS CLEANED and re; paired at bargain prices. Work guaranteed. Moore & Smith Body Shop. Phone 53. 6c-257 If Mrs. P. R. Weeks will call at the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see Loretta Young and John Boles in "The White Parade" Fri- 'day or Saturday. IF YOUR SHOES need fixing? We can. City Shoe Shop. 6c-257 WATCH AND CLOCK repairing. All work guaranteed by the oldest established jewelry concern. Quality Jewelry. 114 West Foster. 6c-257 IF YOUR BRAKES Need relining, we apply RUSCO—the. brake lining which guarantees. Pampa Brake and Electric. 6p-257 IT ISN'T A HOME until It's plant, ed. Buy your roses, trees and ^hrubs from Clayton Floral company. 6c-257 1JEW SPRING samples on display. 3,000 samples. Prices lower this Spring. Seeing is believing. Curlie |"orsyth, The Postoffice Tailor, first tjoor west of postoffice. 6c-257 Found FOUND—Jersey cow with white Jegs, brown head with one stub horn and one long. Inquire Jno. R. Jffarrig, Talley addition, Roberta St. , 2p-256 Help Wanted (WANTED—Lady between 20 and 36 to work. 1130 South Wilcox. 1 block south of underpass. W. J. Freeman. 2p-257 Trade "TO TRADE—Equity In 34 Plymouth De Luxe coach. Will trade Chevrolet or Model "A" Ford jp good condition. Post office Box aca*. 3^258 Personal INGS. 701 South . SOc. wrrect tinie, courtesy , of igftk Brothers Electrical Serv- 205, Ktogsmjll, Sc-256 and Room •Vacancy for >nje. Also bed- e. Private JttliJS VbTflhwUv , tjlo Mortn for Sale FOR SALE OR TRADE — 1931 Chevrolet phaeton for cows or down payment on 10-20 acre tract, or sale with terms. Write Box 507, News. 3p-268 FOR SALE—4-inch pipe plain end. 650 feet 15c per foot. Phone 766. 2p-257 FOR SALE—Dining room well located, doing good business. Bring me .your listings on any kind of property. C. S. Rise, over State theater. 3p-257 FOR SALE—12 counter stools. Phone 547 or call at 514 West Poster. 3c-257 FOR SALE—175 yards of good concrete at bargain. Located in Pampa. Inquire at Pampa Pawn Shop, 117 South Cuyler, Pampn, Texas. 3p-257 FOR SALE—At discount $300.00 deposit on new Plymouth or Chrysler automobile, cash only, box 546, LeFors. 3p-- 257 DEALERS—One lot of men and boys overshoes and ladies galoshes at bslow cost prices. See Mr. Rust, Montgomery Ward. 3e-256 FOR SALE OR TRADE —"Kntiac town sedan, terms. Pastor Central Baptist Church. Phone 348. 6c-258 If Mrs. Ruth Park will call nt the office of the Pampa Daily News she will receive a free ticket to see Loretta Young and John Boles in "The White Parade" Friday or Saturday. FOR SALE-—Pontinc coupe, good condition $90.00 A real bargain. 211 West Craven. 3p-255 FOR SALE—Seed .barley, clean, no wheat. Write box 1738, Pampa. 6p-257 FURNISHED 4-ROOM modern house. Newly papered and painted. Garage, 2 lots. 811 S. Barnes. 6p-257 CHARTS FOUNDATION garment. For information call 875-W or see Mrs. R. K. Douglass, 940 Reid, Pampa; 9p-260 SUGAR CURE smoke salt for curing meat, 10 pound and 25 pound sacks cheap. Vandover's Feed Store. Phone 792. 6p-257 SPECIAL ALL this week. 1.00 Ad- lerika, 79c for gas and stomach distresses. Richards Drug Company. 6C-257 WE ARE AS near as your telephone. Call 1240 for free delivery. Richards Drug Company. 6C-257 REMINGTON TYPEWRITERS and other machines. Expert repairing on all make typewriters, adding machines. Typewriter Exchange. 114 West Foster. 6C-257 FOR SALE OR TRADE—House and lot, consider used car. Bargain prices on all merchandise. Davis Trading Post. 317 South Cuyler. 6p-257 100 % PURE DISTILLED water, exceptionally good for invalids and babies. Best for everyone. W. H. Thomas Grocery and Market. 6p-257 ALL KINDS NEW and used guns, musical instruments, tools, luggage, men's clothing, etc. We pay highest prices for old gold. Jimmie's Variety Store. 319 South Cuyler, across street from Harris Drug. 6p-257 WE BUY, SELL, exchange used radios. Silvertone Battery radio, all waves, new batteries. $27.50 Ford auto radio, $20.00 installed. Service on all makes. Radio Electric Service in the Big Radio. 6C-257 HAVE SOME repossessed automobiles at sacrificed prices. M. P. Downs Agency. Phone 336. 6C-257 BABY CHICKS now ready for delivery. Order now. Cole's Hatich- ery. 828 West Foster. Phone 1161. 6C-257 MUSHROOM HIGH test bulbs. Guaranteed 1,000 burning hours. Save 36 per cent in lighting cost. See Curlie Forsyth. First door west Post office. 6c-257 FOR SALE—Feeds, grains, salt, seeds and all kinds of poultry supplies. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc FOR SALE—24 Per cent dairy ration at the most reasonable price in town. Zeb's Feed Store. 246-tfc For Rent FOR RENT — 2 room furnished apartment. Bills Jpaid. 107 North Gray. ' lp-256 FOR RENT — Three room stupco house, furnished, bills paid. Inquire Tom's Place. Highway 33. lp-256 FOR RENT—Three room furnished house. Bills paid. Adults only. 833 W. Kingsmill. 3p-258 FOR RENT — Desirable room for one. Only one other using bath. Garage optional. 921 North Somerville. 8c-263 FOR RENT—Three room furnished or unfurnished house, two blocks west, one block north of Hilltop Grocery. Ic-256 FOR RENT—3 room modern unfurnished garage apartment. Inquire Independent Lumber Co. lc-256 FOR RENT—Lovely front bedroom, southeast exposure, adjoining bath. Close in. 311 North West St. lc-256 FOR RENT—Bedroom for rent adjoining bath. Men only. 816 W. Kingsmill. 3c-257 DESIRABLE BEDROOM, nice furniture, adjoining bath. Private home. 601 North Frost. 6p-257 Lo«t LOST—Male Boston ierrter, black, h white markings. Wearirig - Reward. 845 ijl. King's>njil, 582. 2C'257 LOST—Red Jersey cow. Tujned-ta horns, Wearing ha.Uer. Branded on right hip with open H. Rpward. Pat Lyng, Route 4, Pampa. 6p-2S7 TO furnished apartment or house. Call at 111 North West. 3p-257 Beauty Parlors PERMANENTS Oar No Burnt permanent* are beautiful, but not expensive. No students. > Sort water Pads not used Second time. Finger wave dry 25 cents. Hair tinting. No hair or scalp, burns.JtSukene and Shelton permanent* $1.50 to $150. .; Phone 848 Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Yfttes 1st Door Weit New Post Office, Entrance Tailor Shop BETTY JANE BEAUTY SHOP. Call 476 for appointment. Equipped with new fast hair driers. Modern prices. 6p-2S7 Wanted To Buy WANTED TO BUY—Good 2-wheel trailer which has- 1934 Chevrolet wheels. James.S. Neely, cottage 24, Orange Courts. Phone 458W. 3p-2S7 If Mrs. Ima Jean Styles will call at the office of. the Pampa Daily News,.she will receive a free ticket to see Loretta Young, and. Jphtt Boles In "The White Parade" Friday or Saturday. WANTED Several horse or mule colts or young horses. Call or see me, care Prey Hotel. F. W. Barker. 6p-268 WANTED—Particular ladies to send your particular dresses to our particular cleaners. Voss Cleaners, Phone 660. . 6c-257 WANTED—Men, women and children's clothes to clean. Voss Cleaners. Phone 660. 6c-257 WANTED—Alterations and of all kinds for our expert tailors. Voss Cleaners. Phone 660. lc-257 NOTICE We buy junk batteries, radiators, tires, tubes, brass pistons, and copper wire. Automobiles bought for salvage. C. C. MATHEN3T 923 West Foster WANTED TO BUY—New and used furniture. 316 South Cuyler. 26p-263 Terraced Land Increased Crop 37.5 Per Cent Land terraced and contour listed increased the first year's crop 37.5 per cent over the adjacent unter- raned area on heavy silt loam soil, says Harley A. Daniel, acting director of Panhandle Experiment Station at Goodwell, Oklahoma. The expfriment was started January 26, 1934 and the furrows were left open until May 1C, the time the plots were planted to Tepary beans. The ridges wer e nosed out with a lister and the beans planted in a furrow. Both the terraced and un- terraced plots were cultivated alike throughout the season. The total rainfall from the time the terraces were built until the beans were ' harvested was li;a inches, and that which fell during the growing. season was 5.8 inches. When the effective rainfall was calculated from rains in excess of .5 inches and less than 2 inches, only 3.4 inches 6f water were available for plant growth. The yields from both the terraced and unterraced plots were low, compared to a normal season. The .terraced plots made an average of 672.2 pounds of hay per acre, and the un- terraced area made only 488,7 pounds per acre. These data show the importance of holding the water in place when It falls, since, the yield of hay was increased 183.5 pounds per acre from only 3.4 inches ol available rain throughout the entire growing season. Since terraces during the last nine years at this station have increased the crop yield ah average of 32ifi per cent per year over the adjacent unterraced land, the director believes that each famier in the Panhandle region should terrace arid contour list as much of his row crop land as possible during the winter and spring months. «*• : New Enrolment At College Now CANYON, Jan. 31.-VThe first, semester is 'oVer at (he. West Texas State Teachers cpne'ge and new students may enrol until February 6. Many new courses are b,einf started for the benefit of thlose who are just entering college. Fees can be paid for each nine weeks period. Examinations have gone on for two days, but they will not be followed by an intermission. Among the "changes at the haljf- way mark are two in the English department where 'Miss Margar^i Wiley arid Miss Maittie Swayne will change places with Miss Fanny Cherry and Miss Polly Pearl Crawford of the English) faculty of the University of Texas. The exchange will continue until June first, according to arrangements made by President J. A. Hill and Dr. B. F, Fronabarger of the local college and President H. Y. Benedict and Dr. J. B. Wharey of the university. MORE ABOUT BRIDGE CHICAGO, (/r>)—it ,was contract bridge that doomed their romance from its inception, Mrs/ Allen Blazer, 22, testified in supprlOT court. She and her husbang, 81, - :i : ---' 1 from the nuptial da^te hi, last Monday oyer bridge, '&j>e --,„„,.. making six years in 'all. The quari rel terminated Mojidft'y Whelp W? separated Judge Budplph JF. Despi$ awarded her a ijivorct} arid custody Of her year-pld slaughter. Mr. anjj Mrs. John nounoe the birth of a Margaret Ann, today. SENATE IS COOL TOWARD ALLRED PLANNING BOARD Bare Majority Given Recdrtimendation For Passage AUSTIN, Jan. 31. W)—Pate of Governor James V. Alfred's recommendation for establishment of a Texas planning board to coordinate state and (federal recovery programs was watched closely today in the legislature. United support was not iii prospect In the senate. Only a bare majority of its state affairs committee voted to recommend passage. Ihi sharp contract, the house jammed -he bill through by" an overwhelming 117 to 15 majority. Governor Allred told the legislature the proposed state agency was vital to a long-range, planned recovery program. Legislative sponsors frankly admitted one of its main purposes was to obtain • as much federal money was possible, and to utilize it in methods most profitable to Texas. Senators in committee questioned its feasibility. IThey pointed to many applications for federal funds pending before various federal administrations and asked if the new board would not disrupt procedure. Senators gave the administration 30 to 1 support on a series of emergency bills to conform, state statutes with national housing act regulations. The ninth bill of the series, held up for revision and broadening, also, was ready for the senate action today. The biennially recurring question of corporate employment f)f legislators was another item on the senate's agenda,. Decisive action was anticipated. The immediate question was adoption or rejection of a house resolution demanding publication of names of employers or legislators. Behind that, however, was insistent demands of Senator Prank Rawlings ol Fort Worth for. a thorough investigation of conditions which prompted house authors to write "it is commonly believed and talked ., . . that members of the legislature are representing interests antagonistic to and conflicting with, the interests of the masses of the people . . ." Senator Rawlings had prepared an amendment to authorize an investigation. He said much testimony had been volunteered. In addition, the senate invited the four house authors to relate the basis for the preamble statements in the resolution. Still other proposed investigations into governmental affairs awaited house action. The latest proposal was by, representative W. E. Pope of dorpus Christi, who demanded an inquiry into the disposition of public money. His resolution stated, rumors were current "to the effect that state funds are being unwisely expended by numerous state departments." Many, he added, had not been audited for several years. Committee study was underway on a resolution providing for an investigation of investment of public school funds by the state board of education. AUSTIN, Jan. 31 (/P)—At a meet- ng of the supreme court the follow- ng proceedings were had: Judgments reversed and cause remanded—Mrs. Willie Ford et al vs. John Hackett et al, Lamar. Judgment of court of civil ap- jeals affirmed—Johnie Jackson vs. M. C. DeGuerin et al, Smith. Judgment of court of civil appeals reversed; judgment of trial court affirmed—Briggs Owen vs. city of Eastland, Eastland. Judgments of trial court and court of civil appeals in part affirmed and n part reversed and cause remanded —the City of Waco vs. J. B. Mcsser et al, McLennan. Applications for writs of error granted—Mrs. Owen Tumulty ct al •s. Paul B. Stokes, guardian,' Wich- ta; A. L. Harper et ux vs. Paul B. 3tokes, guardian et nl, Wichita. Applications for writs of error reused—the C. R. I. G. Ry. company vs. C. B. Frederick, Hutchinson. B. 1. Robinson et al vs. the Voluntary 3tate Life Insurance company et al, Lynn; the Voluntary State Life In- urance company vs. O. W. Simmer et ux, Lubbock; Traders and Gen- iral Insurance company vs. A. J. Jo\v, Hutchinson; A. J. Low vs. Traders and General Insurance company, Hutchinson; Guy M. Loden, a ninbr (Laura Loden) vs. E. S. Burgess, Potter; Bankers Mutual Life Insurance company et al (State Teachers' Mutual Life Insurance :pnipany et al) vs. J. L. Mims, Mc- jerinan; Strawn National bank of Strawn, Texas, vs. Houston Brashears et al (Wes Marshburn et al), Sastland. J. J. and M. Taxman Manufacturing company, Inc., vs. City of Wichita Falls, Wichita'. First State bank of Denton vs. Denton Dairy Products company, Denton. The C. R. I. & G. Ry. company et al vs. Tan-ant County Water Control and Improvement District No. 1, Wise. Tarrant County Water Control & Improvement District No. 1 vs. the !. R. I. & G. Ry. company et nl, Wise. Clara Wallis et al vs. A. J. LiOng et al, Chambers; American Indemnity company vs. Colorado county, Texas, Colorado. Applications dismissed for want of jurisdiction—Missouri State Life Insurance company vs. Grover A. Miles Appointed Oil Field Chief KILGORE, Jan. 31. (ff)—Enforcement of state railroad commission regulations in the prolific East Texas oil field tomorrow will shift to Harry E. Miles, appointed chief of the division to succeed Capt. E. N. Stanley, resigned. Col. Ernest O. Thompson, commission chairman, who announced the body voted unanimously to elevate Miles fro mhis post as assistant to Stanley to chief of the division exprssed cprifidence Miles would hold the field "in Strict compliance with the law and our orders issued pusuant to the law." Thompson said Stanley's resignation came because "the sti^te is not able to keep such men as Capt Stanley because the salaries are not sufficient." He lauded Stanleys work and termed 'him a "great executive under the most trying circumstances imaginable." The 41st Bengal Lancers Will be in f am- pa Sunday Watch for them To See x/Comfortably i Paul Qweni The Optometrist We Bpec!i}l|ze in fitting pomfortsble 'as well as the newent styles. Owens Optical Clinic Dlf. PAUL, OWENS, Optometrist. Plrat National Bank BIdg. Phone 26* DR. G. C. BRUCE SPECIALIST Practice limited to the treatment of Qemtq-Urlajiry, B<oo4 WM* Hot kansaa and Ao>arUlo, Texas. (19 yeajr» e^gerienip) Boom No. 8 ftuik CORD Compton, Bowie; sixth (associate Justice Pierson not sitting); R. B. George Machinery company vs. City of Wink et al, Winkler; R. B. George Machinery company vs City of Wink et al, Winkler; Maytag Southwestern company vs. J. H. Moore, Lubbock; West Texas Tractor & Machinery company vs. R. E. Cade, Castro; Pan-American Life Ins. company, vs. William Thomas Welch et al, Shelby; R. L. Henson vs. Leo Bell, Smith; R. A. Cruse et al vs. D. G. Mann, Tyler; P. & S. F. Ry. company vs. Cadmus Brown, Fisher; Stanford Gin company et al vs. A. J. Smith Jr., Jones; Franklin Fire Ins. company vs. Dee Singletary, Scurry; W. A. Ryder et al vs. Crowell State bank, Foard; Minnie Ethel Rogers vs. M. Tilford Jones, trustee, et al, Nueces; Emily H. Christian vs. M. Tilford Jones, trustee, et al, Nueces; Central Power & Light company vs. Willacy County et al, Willacy. Application dismissed on motion of plaintiff in error—s. E. Cox et ux vs. Metropolitan Building and Loan association et al, Potter. Motions for rehearing of causes overruled: A. L. Hughes et al vs. Gladewater County Line Ind. School District, Gregg-; Jefferson County Drainage District No. 0 vs. H. C. Langlmm, Jefferson. Motion to dismiss application for writ of error granted: Maytag Southwestern company vs. J. H. Moore, Lubbock; S. E. Cox et ux vs. Metropolitan Building and Loan association et al, Potter. Motion to dismiss application for writ of error overruled: Pan American Life Ins. company vs. William Thomas Welch, Shelby. Motion to advance granted: Anderson, Clayton and company et al vs. State of Texas ex rcl James V. Allred, attorney general et al, Nueces. Agreed motions to dismiss cause granted: K'umblc Oil & Refining company ct al vs. Hon. W. F. Robertson, district judge (writ prohibition); J. V. Fleming et al vs. Oliver J. Todd et al, Orange. CARD OF THANKS We'wish to take this means of thanking our friends for their kindness and expressions of sympathy during the illness and death of our husband and father, S. W. Sloan. Mrs. S. W. Sloan and family. Mrs. W. H. Davis returned home last night from Mobile, Ala., where she attended the funeral of her father. CROWDS LARGE AT CAPITOL'S BIRTHDAY BALL Dance Bigger- Better Than One Held Last Year WASHINGTON, Jan. 31. (/P)—A happy "thank you" was President Roosevelt's response to his nationwide birthday party. While Mrs. Roosevelt and other members of the family sat listening at a table of honor at a brilliant birthday ball, the president spoke over the radio from the white house to tell the nation of ]i|ls gratitude. Declaring that 70 per cent of the proceeds from the dances held throughout the country would go to care for Infantile paralysis victims in their home communities, and the remainder for prevention research, he said: "I need not tell you of my own deep personal happiness that my birthday is being made the occasion for aiding this splendid work. . . . To all of those who are so gen- eroitsly helping the cause of crippled children everywhere, I also send my thanks and best wishes." After a birthday dinner with her liusband,, MJrs. ROosevelt, adcom- panled by her daughter, Mrs. Anna Boettlger, her son, Elliott, and the latter's wife, went to the gala hotel party. A blast of trumpets heralded their entry through an nisle formed by soldiers and sailors in dress uniforms. Attended by white house aides and seated near members of the cabinet, their wives and leaders of Washington society, they heard the chief executive toasted by entertainers to outbursts of applause. It was a bigger and better ball than last year. The crowds that strained at the corridor ropes as Mrs. Roosevelt passed were larger. She wore a striking costume ic-f light blue, silver and white ermine and carried a huge blue fan. RELIEF DIRECTOR. AUSTIN, Jan, 31 (IP)— Adam R. Johnson, Texas relief director, today announced appointment of Ed- gar Hutchins, formerly Crosby couh- ty administrator, as a district field representative. Hutchins succeeded C. P- Rogers. Twenty counties In the district included Navarre, Btaz- os, Anderson, and Henderson cdun- ties. c. P. Little was appointed field representative succeeding O r a d y Walker in a district of 21 counties incltidihg Cooke, Denton, Grayson, and- Wichita coiinties. NEW DEMPSTER DRILLS ON DISPLAY SATURDAY W. F. Holland Will Give Demonstrations at Bob Dial Farm Saturday Morning Two new Dempster Drills how on display in Miami. One later lister mole board and type than has ever been shown in this country. One rotary mold board lister planter attachment. Pulls 17 per cent lighter than any lister on the market. Sse a demonstration at the crops and more sure of a stand than any other planter on the market. Se a demonstration at the Bob Dial farm Saturday morning. —Adv, 5 and 10 Acre Tract* Close in L. J. Starkey Room 13 Duncan BIdg. AUTO LOANS See Us For Beady Caik T» • Refinance • Buy a new car • Reduce payments • Raise money to meet bills. Prompt and Courteous Attention Given All Application* PANHANDLE INSURANCE AGENCY Combs-Worley Bid*. Pk. R] CHEVROLET '"''' ''' THE GREATEST PERFORMERS that ever bore the Chevrolet name . . and the MOST ECONOMICAL to operate and maintain B E PREPARED for a real thrill when you take the wheel of a 1935 Chevrolet. These new Chevrolets ate faster on the getaway than you'd be willing to believe if you didn't actually see and feel their abilities. They are equally impressive in power—speed —smoothness of operation—and driving safety. . Most surprising of all, this new performance is accompanied by an entirely new economy of operation. Your Chevrolet dealer cordially invites you to drive one of these cars . . • and prove its greater performance ... at your earliest convenience. We suggest that you see him— today! LOW COST CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Compare Chevrolet's low delivered prices and easy G. M. A. C. terms. A General Motors Value ; AMO.vllP.' ; < list' price of Mew Standard Roaditer a( Flint, Mich., $465. With bumpers; 'spare tire^dnd tire lock, the list price is $20.00 additional.' Prices . .'.subject to ..change .without notice. .The New Standard Chevrolet Coach AND UP. list prke>of Iflqstor D<? Luxe Coupe a| Flint M'«h., $560. With bump. ei.s, spqr0 tire and tire .Ipck, the list price Is $25.00.additional. Prices subject to i.(tango without notice. Knee-Action *, optional at $20.OO extra. PEALER ADVERTISEMENT Jy» The Master De Luxe. Chevrolet Coach son- Francis

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