The Coshocton Tribune from Coshocton, Ohio on October 21, 1945 · Page 10
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The Coshocton Tribune from Coshocton, Ohio · Page 10

Coshocton, Ohio
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Sunday, October 21, 1945
Page 10
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PAOI THE COSHOCTON TRIBUNE SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21, 1145 Real Estate, Business Activities Dealers Ready For New Cars By CHARLOTTE FARRISH With the first 1945 model automobiles rolling off the production lines, local dealers are completing plans for their sale. Vrule dealers are still in the dark as to how piionties of sale \\ill be determined, it is the consensus that cars will not be rationed once they are receued in steady shipments Charles C Scott of the Buick Authorized Sales and Ser\ice Co at 224 West Main s t , has this ·week completed the redecoration of his salesrooms, show wmdov ·nd offices, and is now awaiting delivery of the first Buick. The floors of the Buick garage have been rcflnished w i t h buck red, the walls cream w i t h blue turn and the ceilings an off- v, hite At the' present time six people ·re employed, William Fpx, the service manager, Lloyd Mizer and Don Stoker, mechanics Gene Catrou, body and p a i n t nun, V n - ginia Patrick, office girl, and a new employe a r r i v i n g from Columbus in the service parts department. Mr Scott, who came to Coshocton from Columbus more than two years ago, pointed out that he is holding two jobs in his business for Steve Molnai and Michael Kiss, both foimer employes and both now ui service. In addition to these, he stated, more employes will be hired v.Kh the anticipated enlarging of the seiv- ice parts department and an additional sales force "When present plans are executed in our parts depaitment," Mr Scott said, "we will be able to service and repair the cars we sell without time loss thru factory orders Mr. Scott was advised Saturday by the Buick Co , that production of passenger cars was resumed Oct 15. A meeting c r labor and management on Oct 24, however, uill decide if full production can be maintained He also plans to show Cadillacs and Whltt truckj »t hli ajency when they become available. James Smailes, who has secured a dealership for DeSotas and Pb mouths, has announced that his new guiage and now undei construction south of the corporation line on the rivei road, will be completed Nov. 15 Mr Smuilcs snid trut w h i l e he had been promised d e h v e i y of a no car by Nov ], his first showing will be delayed until his showrooms are ready For the first few weks he will take orders from the display model. IMPORTANT MEETING AT THE LABOR HALL WEDNESDAY EVENING AT 7:30 All member! requested to be pre*ent. Several matters of importance to be discussed. RUSSELL P. GRACE, Prts 18 MONTHS TO REPAY Wartime credit restrictions h»\r lieen ruined .smaller pnMiif n t s MOH a\ illntilr r v t e p t wlitn er- taln "listed" articles urtlrnohfcl D o w n patnimt and linnir Im- Cash MONTHLY PAYMENTS You ( I n c l u d i n g All Charged Get |12Mos 18M03 24 Mo I 80 8 04 j 3 SB 100 1 0 0 7 I 729 5 S3 200 30 03 14 48 [ 11 74 300 29 B8 21 33 I 1720 800 48 00 34 06 27 13 jirmrinent loans Icmnn for rdn- purposes and fur inrilliKl, denial iind luispltu) r\- |fl^r« nuilliihle for ^ r i months. Other Amount* In PropoiUoni C Common SCUAC ommonwea th L O A N COMPANY 426 Main St 201 Ha; Bldt Phone Cl A 1945 Cheviolet four-door sedan vull be unveiled on the showroom floors of the Olmger Chevrolet garage, Nov 3, it was announced this week Baxtei Stone, has announced that a new Fold will be on display in the showrooms of the Ford Authorized Sales and Service Co next week-end Mi Stone still owns the franchise for both Meicury and Lincoln cars and anticipates h a n d l i n g them again when they are once more on the market chandlslnf from th« "outlet" store to the finer she* retail ihop. Extension of the remodeling. and icdecorating work now' under way at the Mayflower restaurant will delay the opening dale another month, the propiietors h a \ e announced. Robert Cannon's brother, S Sgt Francis Cunnon, recently discharged after three yeais in service, will again assume an active partnership in the business, it was pointed out. The brothers expect to complete the remodeling and ha\e the doors open for business by Dec. 1. Improvement in the way o new show window background is under way at the Stlls confectionery, formerly known as Mc- Cluggages The new display background Is ultra modern and streamlined in design Fortiint Huitftr W. ''Carle Henderson, district manager for the Schiff Co and local manager of the Schiff shoe stoie, has been appointed a member of the committee to study merchandising trends incident to the present post war period, his company has announced Mr Hendeison will go to Boston, Mass , Nov 1, where he will attend a meeting of the committee More than 300 store* are operated by the Schiff Shoe Co , representing all types of shoe mer- V. F. W. 2 0 4 0 MEETING Tuesday, Oct. 23rd Important Business Please Be Present ROY KASER, Com. Herbeit Dawson, who was discharged recently from the navy has announced that he is taking over the meat depoitment of Gamble's grocery store, Main s t , and expects to have a full line of quality meats in by Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dawson,.formerly of Canton, have purchased a home in Coshocton, Mrs Dawson has been living in Coshocton with her sister, Mrs Sanford Okum, unce her husband entered the navy. Mr. Dawson served overseas three ye^rs as chief commissary mate Prior to his entry into the n a v y he had 14 years experience as a butcher and handler of meats * * * ¥ * Moving Notes Elgie Reyzek, Akion, to Tyndal, Martha Miskimens, Isewcomers- town, to West Walnut s t ; Mrs Stella Gundhng, Willovvbrook vicinity, to Conesville vicinity; Mrs Lucy Stint?, 222 ! 2 South Third s t , to 1019 Adams st ; Mrs Thompson, 333 Nortn Tenth s t , to 345 South F i f t h st , Clarence Grace Pleasant Valley to Coshocton Route 4, Robert H Rankin Locust s t , to Coshocton Lake Park Lee Ripley, Riley storage, to 234'£ Main st George Cox, Riley storage, to 668 Elm st WANT WINTER FUEL--Turn to Tribune Want Adi to fully fill fuel nrecis C l n M l f l c n t ' o n 18 PARENTS START your Children it the PIANO »t an early a*e There I* little more w o r t h w h i l e In life ' Music Is the Dust of Lveryday Life." Thone MISS MARY K. WRATHER OR COME TO 1S3 SO WATER ST. Postwar plans of Cyril Wileman, 47, British fufar-procen worker, call for a junket to th* United Statet to claim a $15.000,000 fortune left by the 1st* Thomas Henry Blythe, California fold prospector. Wilemsn alleges inheritance wa* left to hu grandmother and never Local Cattle Judging Team Sixth in State Coshocton county's 4-H dairy cattle judging team placed sixth in a field of 24 teams Friday in a state-wide contest held at Ohio State university, Columbus. The local team compiled a score of 1839 points out of a possible 2,~ 100 The county combine was composed of Hubert Cnle, Kenneth Scheetz and John Blair, with 3enms Fender serving a's alternate Kenneth Scheetz scoied 6JO ;5umts out of a possiole 700. Alimony Asked GRANGE BETHLEHEM · A feature of the program a Tuesday night's meeting, which itarts at 8, will be the answerina of the roll call "What I Enjoyec Most at the Fair " Again in Revue Peggy and Jack Scherrer of Coshocton, tap dance team, ar« featured for the second year in the St Thomas Black and White Revue to be given Monday and Tuesday evenings at Zanesville Kenny Slaughter of Zanesville formerly of Coshocton, again is one of the premier ends in the minstrel show which comprises the first half of the revue. NAMES OMITTED The following survivors were omitted in the announcement of the death of Thomas L Holland which occurred in last Sunday's ssue of the Tribune^ James Holand, · brother, Mcundsville, W. V a , and Mrs. Elizabeth White, olumbus · uster. Suit for alimony only has been lied in common pleas couit by Agnes Winegar against William rVmegar Her petition states the couple was maiued in 1922 at avvicnceville, 111, and has three minor children T h i u her petition filed by Attoi- ney Thelma Lowe Spaiks, Mrs Vinegar asks alimony and custodj of the minor children She was panted an order from Common leas Judge Lloyd S Leech, restraining the defendant from molesting her. YOUR CONTRIBUTION to the COMMUNITY CHEST Means so Much in Keeping Coshocton on Top! EVERY DOLLAR GIVEN IS A BOOST! YOU NEED YOUR COMMUNITY! YOUR COMMUNITY NEEDS YOU NOW! SO MAKE A LIBERAL CONTRIBUTION TO YOUR SOLICITOR TODAY! Impose Higher Taxes BFRLIN -- I h e Allied conti ol council decided Saturday that Germans must pay highn taxes in the f u t u i e than they did undei Nazi rule The council also m o v e d to establish a nev, Geiman j u d i c i a l sjstem to a s s u i e i m p a i t i a l courts i SI ILL F L Y I N G | NASHVILLE--Kev m a n In the | First Air Force football attack is 1'vt Bill P a s c h a l clnmpion g i o u n c l - g a r i e r of the NttionaJ lor.Rue In 1943-44 BENEFIT GAME PARTY "Mnnrliy F\cnms: at 8 O dork in T i i b u n e Bldff bv Rojal Neighbors Lodse. KLOSICK'S REPAIR SHOP GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING 518 Main Street, rear. Henry Klosick, Owner. PHONE 1455R Item ibouM b« protected from ftlr nd moUture. ^t · Incur* thl* protection bj Mllbt all lurfe pr«- ·crlprloni In «lr light Kmcrai^ Crv«a DurafljM Tiala. WEST LAFAYETTE PHARMACY PHONE 2741 C F. Roberts, Pharmacist Mak* your msuremc* responsible for th« thought!0Bin«M of others. Buy the protection offered by ·ouad i n » u r a n c e companies, through ah actiye agency. Our reputation is your best safeguard. »FRANCIS J.BATTI \INSURANCt U + 4 M A I N S T ' , COSNOCTON OHIO PIN PHONE, 28S Get the Beit--Ask for MOTE'S Pasteurized "Selected Dairy ' Products" Ella Koines Asks Divorce HOLLYWOOD.--Film star Ella Raines, charging that he had treated h«r in a "cruel and inhuman manner," filed cuit for-divorce m (superior court Saturday from Kenneth William Trout. In her complaint, filed under her man led name ·/ Ella Wallace Trout, the universal star said her husband's treatment caused her "great mental and physical suffering " Ma;or Trout, recently honorably discharged from the army air force, now h employed by T.W A. ai an pirhne pilot TWO LEAVE NAVY Two Coshocton men were discharged from the Toledo n a v a separation center Saturday. T h e \\ere Leonard O Zeiger and Thomas D. Scott. SWEET CIDER CIDER PRESS, REAR ARMORY. BRING CONTAINERS THE SERVICES OF THIS BANK have been approved by the people of this district--and they're at YOUR command. Cothocton Motional Bank NOW ON DISPLAY GRAND GAS RANGE C. W. GILMORE 637 LOCUST ST. PHONE 1245 U 4*^^ ·^^^el^^'^ WHEN SHE STARTS TO ADMIRE THAT CERTAIN DIAMOND *.*r--' ^ LWSPAPLRl lEWSPAPJLJRl

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