Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 4, 1949 · Page 6
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6. Logonsport Pharos-Tribune ' National Steel Construction Is One of Logansport's Fastest Growing Industries \ Utility Pole Broken In Traffic Accident ! A utility pole was snapped as j a result of one of three accidents j | reported to police Monday. j | A taxi-cab, driven by John AV. • Stvatton, 010 Burlington avenue, | i skidded on the wet pavement at ! 7:15 p. m. and crashed into the ! pole, west of the \Vabash overhead | bridge. Strattou suffered slight in! juries, while the cab was damaged j to a small extent. I Cars, driven by Wayne R. Lef| fert. SS, of 1G Center street, and ! Robert Menke. of Gary, collided ! at the intersection of Sixth street. | and Miami avenue with nominal damage reported. An auto, operated by William F- Lewellyu, 1501 Johnson street, struck a parked car. owned by Robert Champion. 314 Twelfth street. Damage was nominal. Tuesday Evening, Oct. 4, 1941 Plan Special Riley Program at Longcliff A special program from 2 to 4 o'clock Friday afternoon in th> library of the Logausport stau hospital will be held in observanci of the Riley day Centennial. The program will include music appropriate recitations, and a display of Riley's books. Dr. Join Larson, superintendent, will hav< on display his autographed firs' edition of "That Old Sweethear of Mine." Personals Kenneth Wayne Ovsrmyer, o! Taylor University, and John Ost of New' Jersey, son of author ant evangelist John Ost, Sr.. wen week-end guests of the former': parents, and Rev. and Mrs. Lloyi Overmyer. of Idaville. Shiny gas ivatfir heaters near the end of their Journey in the local phint. Shown in the right and left IBJ'S plant at 301 Water street. The machine adjusts the edges of the hot water heater holler tank foreground are tanks undergoing tlie 300-ponnd water test. Continuing along the same tracks can be seen is Tom JfeTJlle. the untight boi'er tanks which arc passing along the assembly lines toward the enamel-covered jackets which are placed over them in the far end of the line. Along the waist-level assembly line at the left * . can bo seen electric table-top heaters. Show above Js Jess HOOTCF operating the powerinl Seam Welder at the'National Steel Construction BJ'S plant at 301 Water street. The niach -welds It Into a perfect cylinder. At the left Deaths & Funerals MOTD Funeral rites for Mrs. Laura Boyd, 59, of 1223 Erie avenue, will be conducted at 2' p.m. Wednesday at the McCloskey-Hamilton/ chapel by the Rev. Max Campbell, with, burial made in Mt. Hope cemetery. The body remains at the funeral home where friends may call. Final services for Miss Emma Yantis, 93, a former school teacher in the Logansport grade schools who died Sunday in Chicago, will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Metea Baptist church. The Rev. Harrv Rea will officiate and burial will be made in the Metea cemetery. The body has been taken to the Chase-Miller funeral home where friends may call 'until noon Tuesday. ASDERSOX Funeral services for Mrs. Catherine Anderson, S6, widow of Samuel P. Anderson and former local resident who died in Hammond, Ind., will be conducted at 10 a. in. Thursday at the McCloskey-Hamilton chapel by the Rev. B. L. Bleiler. Burial is to be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. The body remains at the funeral home where friends may call. BOYD Final rites for Mrs. Laura Belle Boyd, 5S, of 1223 Erie avenue, will be conducted at 2 p. m. Wednesday at the McCloskey-Hamiltoii chapel. >The Rev. Max Campbell will officiate and burial will be made in Mt. Hope cemetery. The body is at the funeral home where friends may call. YAATIS Services for Miss Emma Yantis, 93, former Logausport grade school teacher who died in Chi! cago, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Metea Baptist church. The Rev. Harry Rea officiated and burial was made in Metea cemetery. The Chase-Miller funeral home was in charge. What is the The practice of medicine is a search on the part of the specially trained .individual (the Doctor) to find the cause of dis-ease of his patient — then the application of whatever seems best to remove that cause. Sounds simple — but it • requires special talents. Every layman should know the requirements of physician, dentist and pharmacist by law and by his associates—before he n allowed to contribute his professional services in our system of modern medical care. - Before selecting either of these professions, partnti should analyze the individual's suitability. Does he have a sound mind in a strong body? Is he blessed with an even temperament «r.d practical symparny? Don he have perseverance to "see it through" higrt school, college, professional schooi and all the internships, or special postgraduate training. You would not want your physician, dentist or pharmacist to be less qualified or competent, or the standards of these professions lowered. Therefore, for your own protection, help these professions to keep free of governmental experiments. at. mam f AMtxtr trs.. ue*itsfo*T. IHO. Logansport's newest major Industrial plant Is seen from.n point on Water street looking west. The iibtratlTe unit section is the attached section on the right, wWlc the prodnctibn part is the long pectin* keklBd and to the left tfM&fl&fflMtf Different from all ofheri, in Nash the entire.frame and body, floor, roof, rear fenders, pillars are here built as a single rigid welded unit, squeak-free and rattle-proof. It has 1 Vi to 2'/ 2 times the torsional strength of ordinary automobile construction. Gives new safety, new economy, makes possible a softer, smoother ride. And Nash is the world's only car with Airflyte Construction. Stays new years longer, adds to resale value! ADWA/CED CAR, OF/?5O Like invisible wings, the air-splitting Airflyte design speeds you along with 20% less wind-drag than the average car of current design—by scientific wind-tunnel test. That means less fuel ,'cost— less wind noise—less fatigue —greater road-hugging stability. NEW LOWER PRICES George Henderson directs the application of special "Palco Wool" insulation which is packed in andcr pressure between the boiler tank and the outer in-hite enamel jacket of electric lot trater heaters. The iircproof insulation nsed consists of shredded redwood bark. K. of C To Entertain Shriners Saturday Members of the local Shrine club and visiting Shriners are invited to be guests of the local Knights of Columbus from 1:SO p. m. till midnight Saturday during the annual Shrine Frolic festivities. Plans for entertaining, the group •were made during a business meeting Monday night at which me** than eighty members were present. The group also discussed ar- jngements for the Columbus Day dancing will be by Dick Mordenti and his orchestra. The K of C ' athletic association is sponsoring the event. • • • j J-Ohn . Elpers, Paul Bott, Bud Jones. James Fordyce, Sal Corso, : and Jack Hanley will be in charge.; of the play night program Thurs- : day. ; A delegation will attend the Chi- i cago - Bears- Philadelphia Eagles j football game at Chicago, October i 16. '' Special entertainment at the '. meeting was provided by pianist i Eddie Kelly, son of Mr. and Mrs. • Sylvester Kelly. Butler Fraternities Pledge Local Youths John (Skipl Erickson, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erickson,.937 Michigan avenue, and Victor (Bud) Tanguy, son of Mr .and Mrs. Victor Tanguy. Sr., 25 TVest Miami avenue, have been pledged to fraternities on the Butler University campus at Indianapolis. Ericksou is a pledge of Phi Delta Theta. Tanguy. who pledged Delta Tan Delta, was elected vice-president of the freshman pledge class. Both were graduated from the local -high school in May. $ 1667 .00 DELIVERED HERE ht the fcij 1950 Statttmon D« In* tifintis CMpe-Iflvifrifed AktYt State and Local tases, if any, extra. White side-wall tires, Weather Eye System optional at extra cost. Prices may vary slightly in different communities due to transportation charges. Prices on All Modelsaf theNev.-and Finer 1950 • Nash are 573 to 3140 Lover Than Last Yccr. See 1950's most exciting cars — the Nash Airflytes. These are the cars with Airflyte Construction—welded like a streamlined train, torsional strength doubled . . . that race through the air with 20% less air-drag than the average car — these are the Airflytes! . These are the cars with coil springs on all four wheels . . . that grip the road with stability you'never knew before— these are the Airflytes! These are the cars with Super-Compression engines—more than 25 miles to the gallon in the Nash Statesman at average highway speed. These are the Airflytes ! Now you can have Hy dra-Matic Drive with exclusive Selecto-Lift starting in the Nash Ambassador. Come in today. Try the newest thrill in.motoring—drive a 1950 Nash Statesman or Ambassador Airflyte... more modern today...worth more tomorrow. Crtmt Cmrt Since Noift M«fer«, OrviiJon Ndft-KcMnofor Corporvfio* D.lrcir, Midi. * THHE'S MUCH OF TOMORROW IN ALL WASH DOES TODA* * T 6c T NASH SALES 635-637 Burlington Ave., Logansport. Phone 2430

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