Google scans random newspapers and make them searchable. I decided to look for some old carwash ads. You can search for your own at: http://news.google.com/archivesearch/advanced_search
The first ad was from The Evening Independent 11/23/1937. Captain Dunn’s Service Station, 9th St. and 7th Ave. No.
The second ad was from West Seattle Herald 6/30/1938. Al Roderick’s Texaco Service Station, Admiral Way at 42nd S.W.
The Third ad was from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 3/17/1961. Natrona Hgts. Automatic Car Wash (Triple Check Car Wash) 2705 So. Park Rd. Bethel Park. Pa.
No carwash left after 6 days!
Someone left me a padded folding chair and a baby seat. Actually the baby chair had a name on it: Zoe Morris. Which is nice, but I did not fit in it, so I threw it away.
Seems a little scary from the look of the sign?
Looks like Rocky had a heart attack, poor Rocky.
No, it is not an ac unit! Actually my ac unit produces more water then the “WaterMill”” at only 12 liters a day. It is interesting but cost $1,200 and cost around $0.03 a liter for water.
I started digging a hole for my drainage that I am installing. Looks like the hole is going to be a lot larger then this.
My Coleman vacuum had a wire harness problem. It got disconnected somehow. By this harness being disconnected none of the buttons work on the front.