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Biddeford Daily Journal (Newspaper) - October 3, 1945, Biddeford, Maine Page two Biddeford daily journal wednesday evening october 3, 1945 personal briefs and social items deaths mrs. Joseph Sicard. Miss Ann travers of this City j funeral services for mrs. To is a guest at the Home of mrs. I Ida i a Eph Sicard 51 Mason Street. Allen Mexico. Were conducted this morning at 9 miss Amanda Durette Bacon i from St. Joseph Church with Rev. Street was in Boston for a hair Zenon Charette celebrating 1 dressers convention monday. J Rene Lanouette 45 Union Street clerk at Edward s Market is on vacation. Miss Ada Lemieux main Street was in Boston on business Mon or. And mrs. John Authier Graham Street spent the weekend at the inn Woodstock. It. Mrs. Ernest Lapointe and infant daughter Hill Street have returned Home from the mercy Hospital Portland. Or. And mrs. Raymon Paquette. Bradbury Street and or. And mrs. Gerard Belisle. Sullivan Street were visitors in Boston Over the week end. Or. And mrs. Antoine Beauregard who have been guests of miss Celina Sylvester. Center Street during a four week visit in this Section of the state have returned to their Home in Quebec. Mrs. Lawrence Moore Sullivan Street and mrs. Irene Demeule Harrison Avenue were operated on at the Webber Hospital this morning. Arthur Guint South Street is receiving treatment at the Hospital. In a Raymond Bolduc buys Block on Center Street the property at the Corner of Elm and Center streets this City numbered 49. 51. 53, 55 57 and 59 Center Street owned by Joseph Amedee Valliere and excl Ina Valliere has been sold through the Felix t. Sheltra and Paul e. Sheltra real estate Agency to Raymond Bolduc Mason Street. It consists of the following buildings 22-Story Block occupied As a grocery store and dwellings a three Story Block of five apartments a 212-Story House of two apartments a one Story building occupied As a filling station and a i12-Story building used As garages. Or. Bolduc bought for an investment. Prohibitionists make attack on t Raff in solemn High mass of requiem. Edgar and Adelard Bourgault Charles Ledoux and j. B. Beau Chemin were bearers. Mrs. Alphonse Bolduc mrs. Joseph r. Paquin mrs. John b. Beauchemin and mrs. Arthur Bibeau members of St. Anne modality served As honorary bearers. Members of the modality carrying banners were mrs. Samuel Perreault mrs. Joseph Fournier and mrs. Charles Drapeau the group being in charge of mrs. Henry Ayotte the president. Burial was in the family lot in St. Joseph cemetery with Rev. Father Charette officiating. Those attending from out of town included d. J. Bourgault and mrs. William Curtis. West Warwick r. I. Or. And mrs. J. O. Bourgault mrs. Charles rennet. Mrs Euclide Bourgault All of Quebec City Edgar Bourgault and Adelard Bourgault Concord n. H. Or. And mrs. Leon Charger and or. And mrs. Gifford t. Halkier Boston mass. Or. And mrs. Charles Ledoux. Westbrook Rev. Charles Ledoux Portland Rev. Brother Philibert sacred heart school and mrs. George Roy. Auburn. Liquor Portland oct. 3.�? Pic adoption of a a governmental policy that will not legalize a business As destructive to citizens As the liquor Trade would solve a major liquor problem. Edward e. Blake of Chicago National prohibitionist committee chairman declared today. A not one but two liquor problems exist Blake told a convention of Maine prohibitionists. A first a he said a there is the use of liquor which is purely a personal problem and can be solved by personal action. Secondly. There is the liquor traffic manufacture. Distribution and Sale of liquor. That is a governmental problem and can be settled just As and other governmental or. D. Leigh Colvin of new York the prohibition party a 1936 presidential candidate was scheduled to speak later. G i Joe stamp put on Sale Here the new three cent denomination stamp Light Green in color. Which has already been titled a the g. I. Joe stamp is on Sale at the local Post office postmaster Arthur j. Remillard announced today. Issued according to postmaster general Robert Hannegan to Honor the United states army the engraving depicts thousands of Anny troops marching through the Arch Detriomphe in Paris As bombers Fly in formation overhead. The first stamp of the Issue was sold in Washington d. C., four Davs ago. Stock Market by Hudson Phillips new York oct. 3 up a the Stock Market regained some of its equilibrium today after pursuing a downward trend through part of the session. Higher were u. S. Steel Beth Lehem american airlines Eastern airlines Western Union a a a Kennicott Dupont Eastman Kodak great Northern. Texas co. Pepsi cola coca cola and nehi corp. The latter three touched new yearly peaks. Hesitant were general motors Goodyear to. S. Rubber. Sears Roebuck Douglas aircraft american Telephone american can Allied chemical and South pm Pacific. Bonds were irregularly lower commodities were uneven. Gainers in the curb included Buffalo Niagara and Eastern Power preferred and solar manufacturing. Cuban Atlantic sugar and electric Bond amp share were off. Amos f. Swinnerton. Amos f. Swinerton. Too. Died in Northboro mass., tuesday. Born feb. 25, 1845, at Shapleigh he worked As a Blacksmith in Boston until he retired 25 years ago and moved to Northboro. The associated press reported. World series continued from Page one single through the Box and stole second As Lowry swung at a second strike. Lowrey flew out to Cramer. Cavarretta beat out a hit to second base. Johnson taking third on the play. Johnson scored on a passed Ball. Pafko was purposely walked. Nicholson pounded a triple off the Brightfield Wall scoring Cavarretta and Pafko. Livingston singled Over second. Scoring Nicholson. Livingston was thrown out stealing. Richards to Webb. Four runs four hits no errors none left. Tigers Webb drove a clean single into left Field. Mayo singled to Center Webb being held at second. Cramer slapped into a double play. Hughes to Johnson to Cav Aretta Webb taking third on the play. Greenberg walked. Cullen Bine also walked As Borowy threw his eighth consecutive Ball filling i the bases. York fouled out to Cavaretta Down the first Baseline. No runs two hits. No errors. Three left. Owen legion Post to Mark Home anniversary saturday second inning cubs Hughes looked at a called third strike. Borowy also struck out swinging. Hack was Newhouser a third straight victim As he missed a wide curve on his third swing. No runs no hits no errors none left. Tigers outlaw fouled out to Cavarretta near the cubs dugout. Richards broke his Bat fouling off one pitch then Drew a base on balls. Newhouser hit into a double play. Johnson to Hughes to Cavarretta. No runs no hits no errors none left. One of the features arranged for the anniversary program sat 1 urday evening by members of the i Richard c. Owen Post american legion Saco in Observance of the 10th anniversary of the Dedica j Tion of the Home on Beach Street i will be the conferring of the be i Gion degree on a class of 15 candidates veterans of world War 1 ii by a selected group of Saco legionnaires. This special degree team will be composed of past commander Fay Lobley. Serving As acting commander past commander Richard Tarbox As past commander Henry Blanchette first vice commander Joseph Stirling second vice commander Howard l. Bowen chaplain past commander Samuel Rankin sergeant at arms past commander Joseph Lafrancois and Eli Beaudoin Standard bearers past commander Harry Rowell and past commander Joseph Cormier guards. The obligation will be administered to the new candidates by Calvin waterhouse commander of the Post. This will be the first Large class of world War ii veterans to become members of the Post. A special guest for the evening will be the newly elected state department commander Richard Howell of Guilford. His appearance at the meeting will Mark his first official visitation in York county since his election. It is expected that Many legionnaires and auxiliary members of various parts of the county will attend. The philharmonic orchestra Joseph Martin Lender will furnish the music for the evening. A Buffet luncheon will also be served. There will be dancing. All legionnaires and auxiliary members As Well As sex service men and women of world wars i and ii wearing their uniforms or by displaying their service records fab eligible to attend the meeting and ate invited by the committee to assist in the anniversary Observance. Publisher Calls for news Freedom As Way to peace Auburn. Oct. 3.�? ply a another world War within our lifetime is entirely possible if Freedom of information for the people of All countries is not one of the guaranteed rights of the peace a Frank s. Hoy business manager of the Lewiston daily Sun and Lewiston evening journal said today in a talk prepared for delivery to the album Lewiston kiwanis club. A we Are now engaged in making truthful information available to the people of enemy countries which we have conquered a Hoy Asaid but a we Are not successful George in making truthful information manager available to the people of Russia nor to our people regarding As Long As such restrictions on a honest news information regarding Russia Are enforced we cannot have a compete understanding with our great ally a Hoy said. Public school enrolment at 994 for year City to get Morrill school enrolment in the local Public schools this year totals 994. It was reported at the meeting of the Board of education tuesday evening which is a slight increase Over last year in the High school and a decrease in the elementary schools caused by new Entrance age legislation. The Biddeford evening school will re open for a Twenty week term october 15, with James Bradbury As principal assisted by Emma Gagne and Eva Grenier it was reported. Classes will meet on monday wednesday and Friday evenings from 7 to 9. Citizenship preparation will be the main function of the school and textbooks Are furnished by the department of Justice. There is no fee for tuition. William Curtis newly appointed Board member was made a member of the supplies and repairs committee and the renewal of the conveyance contract of Orrin Edwards was referred to the City Council. It was voted to return to the City the Morrill schoolhouse. Pool Road which was closed at the beginning of the year when pupils were conveyed to the City schools. Approval was voted for the adoption As a reference Book of the publication. A stories and legends of old issued by the Mcarthur Library. The edition is suitable for All grades and is a supplement of the earlier Book. A introduction to Biddeford portraits of the late president Franklin d Roosevelt will be placed in All schools and exercises commemorating his life will be held thursday afternoon. October la. The enrolment by schools in chide it Emery. 322 Washington. 165 Birch. 55 Wentworth. 62 Bradbury. 24 District no. I. 16 District no. 8 17 District no. To 25 District no. La. To. And High school. 300. Third Liming cubs Johnson drove a Long liner to Centerfield that was Good for two bases when it bounced off Cramers Glove after the Veteran had made a hard try. It was ruled a hit. Lowrey sacrificed Johnson to third going out Newhouser to York. Cavarretta looped a single to Center scoring Johnson. Pafko drove a double to the Wall in left Centerfield scoring Cavarretta. Nicholson popped out to Mayo at second. Livingston singled to Center scoring Pafko. And that was enough Foi Newhouser. Big Al Benton replaced the Southpaw in the pox for the tigers. The cubs had made seven runs and ight hits off Newhouser in two and two thirds innings. Livingston was thrown out trying to steal. Richards to Mayo. Three runs four hits no errors none left. Tigers Cavarretta made a great diving Stop of Webb a shot Down the first Baseline and tossed to Borowy for the cutout. Mayo went Down swinging at a third strike. Cramer worked Borowy for a pass. A Borowy fast bail forced Greenberg to hit the dirt and Umpire Bill Summers ruled that it had nicked the big fellow and waved him to first. Cullenbine popped up to Johnson at second for the third out. No runs no hits in errors two left. A fourth inning cubs Hughes flew out to Cramer in Center. Borowy struck out. Swinging at Benton s Sharp curve. Hack beat out a roller toward third base. Benton a throw just failing to Nail him. Johnson went out. Outlaw to York. No runs one hit no errors one left. Named to committee included in the members of the thursday club hospitality committee announced today Are mrs. Ernest Masse and by Hartley. Or. Hon warrant issued. Portland. Oct. 3.�? i pm a War rant charging manslaughter was issued today against Clifford Schumacher 28. Of Portland As a result of the deaths of two persons monday in Freeport in the c collision of an automobile and a truck Schumacher allegedly was operating. Is epilepsy inherited what causes it a Booklet containing the opinions of for now doctor on this interesting subject Wilt be tent free while they lost to ony Reader writing to the educational division. Kab fifth av#., new York n.y., dept k-019 in local a Lay appears in play. Reporting the names of the citizens in the cast of the to be presented during the evening at fall River mass., sunday As a part of the Observance of the pilgrimage and convention of Cercle la Cordairo society the name of Paul Roberge was inadvertently omitted. Or. Roberge will play the part of Jerry St. Pierre. Treasury position Washington oct. 3�? Pic the position of Tho Treasury Ort. I receipts $35,244,448.79 balance $15,956,373,943.22 customs receipts for month $1,194,987.39. India is so called because a sanskrit word a sind Hub was corrupted into Indus for the Indus River. Nazis took blood from women for army witness says Lueneburg Germany oct. 3�? Pic a disposition introduced by the prosecution today at the military trial of 45 nazis charged with j crimes at the Oswie Cim and Bel t sen concentration Camps asserted blood was taken from women inmates for German soldiers. The deposition signed by 31-Yeur-old Renee Erman of Paris also described experiments performed by is elite guards which she testified including sterilization of Young greek girls by a rays. A another doctor experimented with injections in moments wombs and put an electric plate on their stomachs a miss Ermanus statement said. A they screamed and cried in she said she saw the Public hanging of four girls accused of plotting to blow up the Gas death chamber at Oswie Cim witnesses identified defendant Franz Messier As supervisor of the hangings. President opens War fund drive Washington oct. 3�?i/p a president Truman opened the 1945 National War fund Campaign last night with an Appeal to help War fund agencies a finish the Job they were set up to Quot War service has not ended a said the president in a or from the White House. A i done to need to Tell that to anyone whose son is still serving with the occupation forces or with the service troops in this country. For them the War is still going he said the drive is for three causes for continued a Friendly services for those still having a Job to do in the armed forces tor health and welfare services for people at Home and for Relief for War stricken persons in liberated areas. the re Truman to speak on atomic bomb Washington. Oct. 3 a pm president Truman plans an announcement today regarding development and the use of the atomic bomb. The president stress Secretary Charles g. Ross told reporters the presidents announcement would be made at a presidential news conference at 4 p. In. Est. Ross would not comment on the nature of Tho president s statement. Carignan explains Union demands in textile Mills Here Carignan. Business of the local textile workers Union of America Cio issued a statement today in connection with the petition for a strike vote taken by the Pepperell and York manufacturing companies Here. A during the last two months a he declared a contract negotiations have been underway at both Mills and on matters solving increased costs to companies no agreement from the in citing Union demands Cai in Nan said it is requesting a mini a mum rape of 65 cents an hour a i general wage increase of to cents i an hour a Premium of five cents for the second shift and eight cents for the Midnight shift two weeks vacation with pay insurance that will provide adequate life insurance benefits benefits for accidental death and dismemberment sickness and Accident surgery hospitalization incidental Hospital costs and medical care. Also included in the requests Are for six holidays with pay a provision to adequately protect piece and incentive workers which will provide a minimum daily guarantee and that piece rates shall be so set that the average employee shall be compensated above the guarantee Day rate and a clause to safeguard the rights and interest of veterans in their return to civilian employment. A in this Day and age no one can argue that a request that a 65 cent previous an hour minimum wage is unreasonable a Carignan added. This would amount to earnings before taxes of $26 for a 40 hour work week. It has been stated by such representatives in the country As William Davis director of economic stabilization and former chairman of the National labor relations Board. Louis sch eel Lenbach u. S. Secretary of labor that increases in Industry to this hourly amount necessary in order to protect the american Standard of living and to prevent another depression. He continued. A it is he declared Quot that in order to have a sound economic social Structure in this country that workers including Cotton textile workers be Able to earn a Good living. A the Cotton textile Industry is one of the Lowes earnings Industry in the country a a he added a and workers have been patient in their demands for wage increases. However the Cotton textile workers Are determined that their demands during the current negotiations Are not unreasonable and that they should be Snow in Vermont Jay vt., oct. 3�?i/p a four to six inches of Snow and a blizzard of mid Winter proportions swept this town on the slopes of Vermont a northernmost Mountain today. Farmers suffered losses in unharvested potatoes and grains by the earliest storm of similar severity on record. Saco Grange in Observance of Booster night Azalia Scammon made Drill master Booster night was observed tuesday evening at the meeting of Saco Grange in the Grange Hall with the program under the direction of the officers. It was voted to present a hillbilly show soon with the Lone Fine Hillbillies of Portland to take part. The committee in charge of the event includes Robert Taylor Leland Scammon and f. Carleton Hyde. The first and second degrees will be conferred on a class of candidates at the october 16 session it was planned. The local Grange will visit the goodwins Mills Grange monday and members will bring cake or sandwiches mrs. Azalia Scammon was appointed Drill master for the ladies degree team for the third and fourth degrees. It was announced by the lecturer that a White elephant Sale will take place at the next meeting and the refreshment committee in charge includes mrs. Rae Gallagher mrs Ethel Whitten mrs. Jennie Thompson Leland Scammon and miss Madeline Brackett. At the entertainment program group singing was led by Leland Scammon. Piano selections were Given by mrs. Gallagher and a Story was told by j. Richmond lord. Vocal selections were rendered by miss Barbara mar Den accompanied by mrs. Althea Johnson at the piano followed by a Reading by Herbert Scammon. A feature of the program was a in grief skit by or. And mrs. Donald Briggs and xylophone solos were Given by miss Joyce Clark. The program concluded with a contest on advertising slogans in which Donald Briggs and miss Ethelyn Purdy were tied. The mystery was awarded to mrs. Althea Johnson of the North Saco Grange. Refreshments were served. _ woman not Hurt As car upsets n. E. Manufacturers urged to keep abreast of times Boston oct. 3�?-i/p a new eng land manufacturers were urged today by the research committee of the new England Council to seek competent technical men to j keep their industries abreast of j postwar technical developments. In a statement sent to 2,000 Council members and Man fact i users in the Region the research committee said a it is the opinion of the research committee of the Nec that new England industries not Large enough to support extensive search facilities can in Many cases profit greatly by employing a competent technical Man to be responsible for following the postwar technical developments that appear As a result of the vast amount of research being done by the chemical electrical metallurgical and other create opportunities the committee said a competent technically trained Man a should be Able to create new opportunities in Industrial production by reviewing for his company technical information and the results of research carried on by universities manufacturers and a your new England colleges and technical the committee added a Are being canvassed continually by companies outside of new England seeking the Best Talent and unless new England Industry takes immediate Steps to retain More of these men. We will be unable to take full advantage of the great fund of available technical information and of the results of research which will most surely affect every Industry great or inspection slated for Dunlap Lodge the annual inspection of Dunlap Lodge no. 47, f. And a. M., during which r. W. Lewis t. Brown d d. G. t of the 18th masonic District will conduct an official visit will be held monday evening. Oct. 15, at 7 30. Work in the master masons degree will be conducted and supper will be served at 6 30, with reservations being limited to too. Reservations will be accepted Irp to saturday evening oct. 13. Delta Alpha club staff re elected initiation planned at next session officers were re elected at the meeting of the Delta Alpha club tuesday evening at the Home of re i mrs. Bertha Sylvester old Orchard Beach. They include president mrs. Geraldine Hutchins 1st vice president mrs. Ruby Packard second vice president mrs. Edna Emerson treasurer mrs. Gladys Lumb Secretary mrs. Hazel Beety and press correspondent mrs. Catherine Carter. It was announced that initiation a chinese auction and a covered dish supper will feature the next meeting of the club october 15, at the Home of mrs. Maude Clark Kennebunk. Mrs. Ethel Gowen was assisting hostess. World War two veterans plan for member drive a general discussion As to which of two organizations local veterans should become affiliated with was held at the meeting of local american veterans of world War ii tuesday evening in City building. The organizations being considered by the local veterans Are the american veterans of world War ii which is under a state charter granted by governor Horace Hildreth and the am vets a mass in setts association. A drive for membership will continue for a month when the local group will select an filiation. Of Monument shop will open Here the property at 382 Elm Street near five Points owned by Albert Beaudoin this City has been sold to w. J. Provost South Portland who will open a Marbel and Granite Monument shop Here after 25 years As a Monument dealer in Portland. War veterans returning Home president asks fund reduction Washington. Oct. 3.�?i/1�?the White House said today president Truman has recommended reductions of nearly $40,000,000,000 in funds appropriated for the current fiscal year ending june 30. A statement said the sum recommended for repeal was slightly in excess of $39,750,000 out of total available appropriations of approximately $105,000,000,000. Ruth m. Dow 205 River Road was at the wheel of a 1936 Pontiac Sedan yesterday afternoon at 5 55 when Quot the car overturned into a ditch on upper main Street As she allegedly was attempting to avoid striking Fence posts opposite the Entrance to the City dump when a truck came into the Highway from the Road leading to the dump. Joseph a. Collard 47 Bradbury Street was at the wheel of the International truck owned by Arthur a a red Foran police Learned. Neither Driver reported receiving injuries. Rice riots continued from Page one the face of growing criticism of the government s failure to formulate a Concrete plan to relieve food housing and fuel shortages. His Cabinet May go with him. The newspaper Manichi speculated today that foreign minister Shigeru Yoshida who last month replaced the surrender signing Mamoru Shigemitsu might be a Choice for the premiership if Higashi Kuni goes out. Absolved of blame Yoshida who was arrested by the japanese gendarmerie Early this year and held for nearly a month in a Tokyo jail was characterized by Manichi As a free from All suspicion of being a War several members of the lower House of the diet already have submitted resignations to speaker Tishio Shim and a a in responsibility for the War a the newspaper Asahi said. Another newspaper yom Iuri Hochi. Disclosed that too japanese in one Village of North Japan where Tho current government allotment of Rice was reported insufficient broke into a government warehouse and seized 54 Bales. The prefecture police made arrests and recovered most of the Rice. The occupation of Japan will be extended tomorrow for the first time to the northernmost Island of hokkaido with the Landing of a regimental combat team of the u. S. 77th division at Hakodate. The remainder of the 77th will land the next Day at Otaru and move into Sapporo. The japanese government took its first step toward alleviating the nations critical food shortage by formally requesting permission of the Allied occupation authorities to convert two former naval fuel plants to the produced fertilizer. The govern said japanese Farmers Are 1,500,000 tons of fertilizer a reconversion of the plants two Biddeford men Are listed in today a associated press report of servicemen returning from overseas. On the Aquitania due at new York oct. 4, Are Cpl. Jean n. Lavigne 22 Pike Street and pfc. Rosemond j. Fortier 9 Foss Street. Property sold on Alfred Road Twenty five acres of land on the Alfred Road and the new Road leading from the Alfred Road to North Kennebunkport owned by Clayton Milliken of the Pool Road has been sold through the Felix t. Sheltra and Paul e. Sheltra real estate Agency to Peri Gerry j of this City. Yanks imprisoned for killing japs Tokyo oct. 3 a i pm three american Calvary sergeants were i i convicted by a court martial to j i Dav of manslaughter in connection j with the fatal shooting sept. 151 of a japanese Sake shop owner and his son. Each was sentenced to ten years in prison at hard labor. The three Are a sgt. Sherman c. Hauffman 19. Pittsfield 111. J sgt. Ray l. Of Roark 25, 1142 East 105th St., los Angeles calif., and sgt. John Nimitz. 24, Wilmore a. Specifications allege that they shot Katsumi Tanaka and his son Osamu 16. With rifles in the Climax to a drinking bout in Tana a kans shop. Portland Council told to function until election. Portland oct. 3.�? up a the full Bench of the state supreme court today ordered the Portland City Council to function until a new Council is elected in december. The court held that acceptance by Portland voters of a charter amendment in referendum balloting sept. To had not legislated the Council out of office As claimed by its chairman Harry c. Libby. The ruling upheld the court s Active retired member Justice Arthur Chapman whose finding Libby had appealed. Charette pays Fine for wife assault Alcide Charette Clifford Street was fined $15 and costs in municipal court yesterday afternoon after he had been found guilty following a hearing on a warrant charging him with assault upon his wife mrs. Elmire Charette. He entered a not guilty plea. The respondent paid the Fine. Tile alleged assault police stated occurred at the family Home saturday evening and Charette was released in $50 bail monday evening after a warrant signed by his wife had been issued and after he had been taken into custody. Moose encountered 5n Pool Road area a Moose was encountered West of the Quinney Home 738 Pool Road recently As Harry la gallic or. It of Pool was driving his automobile toward this City. As the car came around a turn in the Road he saw through the fog what he at first believed was a Man on Hor Chack but a second look convinced him that it was a Moose. Some weeks ago. Residents near the Corner of Pool and Clifford streets discovered Marks in gardens that led them to believe a Moose was using that Section to journey from the Woods to the Banks of the Saco River. See How Fram Oil filters save costly Auto repairs w by does your car need Tion ment Short year. At Yok Kaichi and Okayama the government said would St Pup production by 200.000 tons. Tatsuo Kawai. Sex Olfilio foreign vice minister and Tsutou Nishi Yama former japanese financial attache in the United states today were appointed vice presidents of the Central Liaison office which is the link Between the Allied command and the japanese government. Sadao Iguchi of the japanese foreign office was named director of general affairs. Oil filter Well one look at a used filter Cartridge. With its masses of dirt grit and Carbon its gobs of Sticky sludge. Will show you How Fram filters save costly repairs add Miles to the life of your car. Because if these impurities were not trapped within an Oil filter they would be in your motor grinding away moving parts clogging Oil channels causing breakdowns and motor trouble. Quot How your Oil filter Quot but with a Fram Oil filter. Or a genuine Fram replacement Cartridge in your present filter. Dirt grit Carbon and sludge Are filtered out and Oil is kept visually clean. So visit your service station today. 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