The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on October 20, 1939 · Page 11
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The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan · Page 11

Ludington, Michigan
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Friday, October 20, 1939
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FRIDAY.'OCT. 20, 1939. THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. PAGE ELEVEN^ The Frost May Be On The Pumkins! But Values Are Found On This Want Ad Page 1 PHONE 21 FOR AN AD-TAKER LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Daily rate per line lor consecutive Insertions: Charge Cash Three d.-iys, 3 lines 5 .81 $ .72 One day, 3 lines 30 .30 Advertising ordered for Irregular Insertions lakes the one time Insertion rale; no ad taken for less than basis of three lines. fount six average words to the line. (,'harnc :ids will be received by telephone, and if paid at The Daily News Of lire within six days from the first insertion sash rate will be allowed. Ads ordered for three or six days and stoppi-cl before .expiration will be charged only for the number of times tin 1 ad appeared and the adjustment made at the rate earned. Publishers reserve the right to edit or reject any Classified advertising copy. Kale per line for white space Is the Kami* as ;« I'm> of copy. Announcements Flowers and Mourning Goods 4 t'I'T n.OWKUS—And funeral work. Tel. B72. Krank Nordine, 810 E. I.udington Avn. The Sour-Puss Welcoming Committee Personals MEN; «:KT vuam AT ONCE: NEW OsliTX Tonic Tablets contain general in\ii;<>r;ilc;rs, oyster elements for vim, vigur. pi-|i. Rt'K. $I.(IU si/.f, special today 8<)c. fall, write Sahlrnark's 1'har- marv. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 LOST— :\\\1 tire and wheel on US-31 lietw.-.-n I.udiiiKton and Shelby. KE- \\A1U) Plume IU4. Automotive Automobiles for Sale 11 TEllllAI'I.ANK— l!i:tli Deluxe touring se- radio & heater. 193B Terraplane ilrluxe (miring 2-door. radio Jk heater. llKiri 'I'eri.iplanc deluxe touring 2-door. r.ulin \- heater. I'JM ISuick 5-passenger einipu. CIHKI condiliDii. IH23 Model A Ford riinp'. 1932 Model A Kurd truck. Mailer's Super Service Cor. Jamrs A: Foster. I'hone 479. Trailers 11A IM»I SK TUMI.Kit—Complete with '3S lici II-.' 1 . fur sale cheap. Plume 1036 or In'i -IIH; S. \Vasliliiclon. Repairing—Service Stations 16 SAVi: .MONEY IIEKE—On auto repairs. It, service day or night. Bctke Garni;-, 11112 S. Madison St. Tel. XGO. Business Service Business Services Offered 18 ATTENTION— Dead stock removal. I'hone collect. Prompt service. Ml'SKKCiON KENUEK1NG CO. Tel. 129-F-ll. Al. Dt MAS RADIO SERVICE— Expert service on any radio. 225 S. .lames, l.iidinRton. Phone 722 and Scottville. DURHAM BULL— For service. Mellard Waircn. R. .., I.udington. I'hone IS-F-5. HOW IMPORTANT— Are your eyes? tion'l mistreat them. Glasses that fit Improve vision. ( hilHierv. Scottville. POPBYE D. 8. Patent Office Trademark Rerlstere4 JUST RECEIVED SLUB BROADCLOTH LAND HO! ATLASTV/E HAVE: REACHED MEDTOP1A WHERE EVERVTMIMG IS PULL RIGHT UP TO THE DOGKWIMPY WHA"ZZA-YKJOTHiMGY 4 on, MATTER? • WIT' EVERYTHING PERFECT THE PEOPLE OUGHT TO EXTER VERY WELL, SIR for girls and ladies 49c Stripes and plain colorsi All Sizes PENNEY'S DICKIE DARE Trademark Registered U. S. Pat*li« Office Money to Burn Financial Money to Loan — Mortgages CATS.' I'D N&VBR. THIHK THAT AW oif PAL 6O MUCH £O "THAT 1 MV4T HAVE A PlPg TO LET'S 6£&t WH5K& ARE you KNOW, vow? Hi<2>nrie6$. TH& PIPS HAS -rn& THAT DON'T LIGHT IT \lBR1 I'll JU&T &£. FORCE? TOU6B THAT CHECK.' TUOU4AUV YOUR. MONEY — Loaned to farmers at lowest cost in history of PCA for farming purposes. Office hours: Monday and Tuesday forenoons, (irand Rapids 1'ro- duction C.'i-Pdit Ass'n, Oci-ana County Svgs. Hank BIdg., Hart, Mich. Livestock Dogs, Cats, Other Pets trained. W. a. Stevens, fuster. Horses, Cattle, Vehicles FOR SALE — Jersey cow to freshen Nov. 7. Shorthorn heifer to freshen Oct. 28. A. H. Kirkman, 2 ml. S., Ms «>'• "• Custer. FOR SALE—Used Crane Gas Storage Ileal.i-r and Williams Model G. Oil Burner with all controls. Good buys. Inq. at Reliable Plumbing Co., S. James St. BLONDIE Dagwood Pipes Down! WHERE IS MY PIPE WHERE is MV OIL HEATERS—Washers. Radio, Refrigerators. New and used. Buy where you got service. GROTEMAT'S'WIFE SAVING STATION. QUICK MAMA/ -PAPA'S IN < A RAGE ~S ir.'W furniture, stoves and heaters is at BOB'S New and Used Furniture Store. 501 E. Dowland. Tel. 48I-M. SEE OUR LINE—Of Westclox clocks. The latest models and various colors. Hamilton's. 225 S. .lames St. Farm Equipment II. SMEDBERG & SON- CUSTER. / i f' lopr. |9J9 King Features Syndicate, Inc., World Musical Merchandise 2 UOOI) GUERNSEY COWS— Choice of four. TB and Bang's disease tested. Also young heifers for sale. Frank Sobieralski. 2 mi. E.. Hi mi. S. of US-31. j 4 UKKKSHIKE IJUROC— Crossbred sows I due to farrow in about 2 weeks. Clarence II. Johnson, Custer. Merchandise Articles for Sale AT BARGAIN PRICES—'{. h.p., 110-volt GO-cy. tors. c;«-neral Electric" Rebuilt Mo- i ,. Mattix Store, Scottville. CHILD'S (3KIB—Ilay pen. 3-burner Coleman cabinet agsollne range, gas water h«»UT, for sale. 301 N. Rowe, evenings. DEER RIFLE—30-10 Sporlrr. Boy's bicycle, buflet. for sale at a bargain. 204 S. Washington. Farm and Dairy Products POTATOES— 50c a foil.; also carrots, rhubarb. Norman Randall. 6 mis. S. of I.udington, R. 3, on US-31. I Cleaning, Dyeing, Renovating 20 MEN'S SUITS—Dry cleaned and pressed, plain dresses, 4!lc. Ludington Dry Cleaners, .lames & Foster Sts. Dressmaking and Millinery 21 HEMSTITCHING—Button making. New sl.iinp.-d goods. Rug patterns. Infants' wear. Ne.dlevvork Shop, 211 S. James. FOH SAI.K—Cabliaui', turnips, kale, ril- ruii. llelge Johnson, '•_. mi. .south Amber corners. Fuel, Feed, Fertilizers 5G PIIATT AND DOMINO VKKDS—At reasonable pricw. Uethkc Feed Hani. Tel. J63-W. HAY—Alfalfa for salt-. Tel. 18-F-15. I'lANO—Trayser upright. Good condition. Price $15.00. Im|. 107 W. Dowlancl. Good Things to Eat ! PIANO—\ltracllve apartment size piano, modern design, practically new. Will sacrifice for cash or reasonable time payments. Shown only by appointment as piano is in private home. For full informal ion write, to Mrs. Earl T. Net/ow, 1412 Farmer Sr., Detroit, Michigan. Houses for Rent AT IIAMLIN—Furnished cottage for rent. Call evenings. A. D. Emery. I'hone 891-M. 57 MODERN HOUSES'—For rent at 50!) N. 11 ••we; 201! N. William; 205 N. Robert. Oi.nsteacl & Newberg. I'hone 22 or 792 veilings. CIDER MADE—From hand picked, delicious apples, for sale. Order yours now. alsAi Delicious apples priced reasonable. John Houk, R. I, Ludington. Tel. 35-F-b. Employment «-^XS^^N^VS I> tX*V^XN l ^X^^^^^K^V^N^ Help Wanted—Female 32 MIDDLE AGED LADY—Wanted for part lime evining work. Write W. L., Box 71, l.iidinglon. Help Wanted—Male 33 ORDER YOUR—Winter supply of apples now. Very fine. Starks, Rvd & Golden Delicious, Wagners, Spies, Winter Bananas and Baldwins. John M. A. Hansen, «<'. ml. N. Stiles Corner, R. 2, Ludington. KEIFER PEARS—Tree ripened, gi«id quality, 25c per bii. Win. Miller, U mi. west of Sugar Grave, Household Goods Specials at the Stores G4 NEWEST G. E.—WHITE WASHER, JU9.50 and $24.95. (i tube G. E. table radio free. Newest Easy White Washers, $69.50 and GO boxes Oxydol soap fr«e. Wallace Kuras, 210 W. Ludington. Phone G04. Wanted—To Buy MODERN—Furnace heated houses at 418 N. Gaylord and 510 N. Harrison St. C. F. Olmstcad. Phone 22 or 752. Water Sewage Disposal General Sewer Branch Sewer No. 4 Main Sewer No. 1 Contingent .. General Street Police Poor Fire Wanted—To Rent 81 Gfi WANTED TO BUY—Usi'd pair French doors, 7 ft. x 2 ft. 3 in., can be a little larger. Write N.I..A., Box 71, Ludington. Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 74 WANTED—Man to work on farm. George i L. Yocky, Victory Township. R. 4, Lud- I inglon. I WANTED—Two men free to travel. Fast selling deal. Earnings paid dally. Sec Air. Asher evenings at 302 E. Filer. BARGAIN PRICES—On good ujcd gasoline engine washing machines, cream separators. range stoves, electric ranges, gasoline stoves. L. Mattix Store, Scottville. BEAUTIFUL MASSIVE BLACK WALNUT —9-pc. dining room suite, like new, for sale, also rebuilt 3-pc. wicker set. Priced reasonable. Wright's Upholstery, 203 E. Dbwland. FOR KENT—Furnished apt. for housekeeping. Heat, private bath, all conveniences, 204 N. Gaylord. Tel. G43-W. FOR RENT—1-rootn second floor flat furnished. Vacant Oct. 25. Phone 24- F-5. There are four towns in the United States named Akron. AH-THE CCXJNTRY' "THERE is NOTHIM<S T LIKE BETTER THAN THE OPEM COUNTRY AND A THEM PITY THg POOR AMIMAUS. WELL, SIR- I AIN'T MUCH 6000 WITH A OUN, BUT WITH A FAST USED CAR LUDIN6TON AUTO SAtB* 19.')!) Mercury V-8 5-Passcnger Sport Convertible Coupe. Deluxe Model, 9,000 miles. White Side Walls—A , Beautiful Car throughout. 19,'i() Buick Coupe, Spotless Finish. Motor and Tires in A-l Condition. 1933 Chevrolet Convertible. Body and Motor First Class. Finish and Upholstery perfect. Dandy Car. 1938 Chevrolet DeLuxe 2-Door Town Sedan in the best of condition and ready for a long carefree life of service. 1938 Chevrolet Standard 2-Door Sedan with Trunk, Radio and Heater. A Heal Buy. 1936 Ford 2-Door DeLuxe with Trunk. Complete reconditioned, rums and looks like new. Radio and Heater. 1938 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan. Good finish. Good tires, in fact a very good car in the best condition. 1935 LaSalle 4-Door Trunk Sedan. A beautiful car equipped with Radio and Heater in A-l condition. 1932 Pontiac-6 Tudor Sedan with Radio and Heater, Good Tires, good looking and a good buy. 1931 Pontiac-6 2-Door Sedan, Six Wheels. Motor, Body and Tires in Perfect Condition. 'nuiNtouu ^»«f»riL| nil'm PHONE 600 tuDiNGTON RU TO SRLES ^, ^liuivttq "tjtQMof Soii^^ @4jw HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD USED CARS •\\ ANTED TO RENT—Small untiirnlshed house. No children in family. Tel. Real Estate for Sale Brokers in Real Estate 6.50 152.05 5.20 22.66 634.31 1,416.74 319.48 30.00 75.35 866.01 743.10 31.99 490.64 171.69 24.41 5.00 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS Trademark Registered U. 8. Patent O«lc* R FOR BARGAINS—In city, farm and resort property see Home Realty Co., Room 8, Nat'l Hank Bldg. Houses for Sale 84 703 N. ROWK ST.—G rooms, bath, fuel | basi-ment, furnace. 2 lots. Also 403 S. Staffon St., 5 rooms and bath. A. T. Benson, Nal'l Bank ISldg. Lots for Sale 85 FOR SALE—City lots, $37.£fl. Resort lots, $27.51). 10 acres of land, $40.00. Ino,. C09 N. Rath. SWAP COLUMN Ads accepted for this column will be published two times for 25 cents. Each ad must bear name and address of advertiser. They must be accompanied by cash or stamps. Ads must be brought or mailed to The News, none taken by telephone. If ads involve exchange of labor for commodities, or vice versa, they Will be run free of charge. tight Park . Sewage Disposa General Sewer Cartier Park . General Street Moved by Johnson and supported by Madison that the report be accepted and adopted and orders drawn according to the charter. Roll call, yeas lilx, Bertram, Pell, Schmock, Madison, Marks, Johnson. Nays none. Carried. The bill of Coiisoer, Townsend and Quinkvn was read In the amount of $2,574.82. Moved by Pell and supported by Bertram that the bill be allowed and a check drawn on the construction account, PWA. Roll call, yeas six, Pell, Bertram, Schmock, Madison, Marks, Johnson, Nays none. Carried. BUILDING PERMIT The application for a building permit of George Colyer was read. Moved by Bertram and supported by Pell that the application be granted. Carried. Permit for a restaurant license was laid on the table. Renewal of the insurance on the fire- .nien was laid on the table. Moved by Marks and supported by Pell to adjourn. Curried. DEAN THOMPSON, City Clerk. About Hew York ELECTRICIAN—Will exchange labor for vngutables. Oliver Ball, R. 1, Pentwater. y.\ mi. S. NicKcrson school. WILL SWAP—One iron gray 4-ycar-old mare, gentle and well broken, also one half blood Guernsey-Swiss heifer, for fat cattle, hogs or anything I can use. C. II. Tucker, ll'/- mis. E. of Freesoil. WILL SWAP—Good work horse or potatoes for cattle or anything I can use. 1 mi. west of Wiley. Jiio. Applcton, R. 2, Scottville. WILL SWAP—Wild land and cedar posts for black sheep. Win. J. Hall, 009 N. Rath. 2 PUREBRED GUERNSEY—Bull calves, will swap for $10 value in grain, porU or what have you. William L. Pleiness, 4 mi. S. of Scottville. Official Proceedings October 16, 1939 COMMISSION PROCEEDINGS Regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners held at the city hall, Ludington, Michigan, on Monday, October 10. 1939, .at 7:30 o'clock P. M. Present, His Honor the Mayor, Chief of Police, Commissioners Pell, Bertram. Schmock, Madison, Marks, Johnson. Absent City Attorney, Haller, Zeber. Moved by Johnson and supported by Bertram that the minutes of the previous rneetlnuK be approved. Carried. FINANCE REPORT Contingent $ 51.41 General btreet 24,04 By GEORGE TUCKER NEW YORK—O. Henry once wrote the story of a man who was in love with a New Yorti sales girl. Familiar with world capitals and accustomed to spending parts of each year at the fashionable European watering places, the man drew alluring pictures of the casinos and the soft, pearly sand along the beach under Mediterranean moonlight. All this and many similar delights he promised h ; er if she would marry him. Next day the girl recounted this proposal to one of.her girl friends. "Well, aren't you going to marry him?" she demanded. . . . "Naw," her friend replied. "He's just a cheap skate. He wants to take me to Coney Island." These quotes are from memory, and I use them only .to introduce that sometimes bizarre and always slightly astonishing adjunct of metropolitan life—Coney Island. Unless you have been there in the crush of mid-summer, on hot, sultry nights, you cannot hope to understand Coney Island. It frequently accommodates more than a million people at one time. If there is one fer- ris wheel there are a thousand. It must have ten thousand sideshows, thriller-movies, joy rides, hot doe; stands, houses of mirrors, girl sKows and similar tourist traps. # # * You mav reach Coney Island from Manhattan at the cost of DOUBLE TROUBLE/ —LIGHTNING STRIKES TWICE IN THE SAME PLACE !! - 8V THIS TIME EVEN GrAFFY REALIZES THAT HE IS THE GrOAT OF THESE PROCEEDINGS -- ANP NO BUTTS AgOUT IT II only a nickel, by subway. If you are in a mood for serious entertainment, Coney has it, too. On the recommended list is the American Museum of Recreation, which has on display the ancient vehicles on which the dandies of other days disported themselves. The Museum has a model of the old "loop-the-loop" ride which Edwin Prescott invented in 1901 and considered at that time entirely too risky for anyone with intelligence to ride. The model grinds slowly to the top of the long incline, much as tne present day roller coasters, and then swoops down, turning a complete loop. Perhaps the bravos of that day didn't realize that they had centrifugal force on their side. There wasn't even a chance ot falling out, even at the top of the loop. Roper's steam bicycle, which finally killed him, used to draw crowds in Boston. Twice he was arrested for "blocking the carriage trade." The wheels generated 200 pounds of steam and had unplumbed speed. It's still in excellent shape if you want to ride it. shaker," an iron bicycle on hard rubber tires, without springs. A half hour on a rough road with this and you think the Inquisition has you. The first machine gun, invented in 1718 by Jampes Puckles, an Englishman, is also on display. Puckles dedicated his masterpiece to 'the defense ol jKing George and the Protestant faith. Action of the gun is 1 based on a revolving screw. It seems that the Vikings, ancestors perhaps of Sonia Henie, were skaters too. On display is an amazing assortment of skates which the early Scandinavians used on their frozen lakes and fjords. These relics have been contributed by hundreds of men all over America who, at one time or another, were identified with Coney Island. They are a show worth anyone's time. FATAL ACCIDENT LAPEER, Oct. 20.—(#)—Mrs. Jay LaCroix, 55, was killed and her husband badly injured early today, when the truck in which they were riding crashed into a gasoline filling station Another relic is the "bone-north of Lapeer. INQUEST POSTPONED GRAND RAPIDS, Oct. 20.—<£») —An inquest into the apparent slaying of William Marshall, Jr., 36, whose body was found in a swamp near here last week, was postponed today until Monday because of the illness of R$y H. Shores, 20, a wilness, who told officers of fighting Witfc Marshall last August just before, Marshall disappeared. f< , Hermann Soergel of Munich, ' Germany, once suggested, >. damming the Mediterranean %t, Gibraltar, at the Dardanelles • and at the Suez canal. S^noe, the sun takes water from the. t Mediterranean three times, faster than rivers flow into ife, , a vast area of arable land now Ja undersea then would be bared. ts Next, Soergel suggested, a " ' * nal should be built to the hara desert, which is below level, to turn the desert Into garden. Excise taxes, both state- federal, have reduced amount of coconut oil pre 1 used in margarine. oil is used instead. ar

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