Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 4, 1949 · Page 20
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 20

Logansport, Indiana
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Tuesday, October 4, 1949
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20 Logonsport Pharos-Tribune Auto Accessory Thefts Continue The wave of car accessory thefts in Logansport continued over the •weekend with one reported to police shortly after midnight Sunday and two reported Saturday ereniDg. Gene Merrill, of Fulton, told authorities his car was stripped of the rear view mirror, steering •wheel cover, vision shades and a complete set of wrenches from a tcol box. On Saturday night, Lowell Smith, 116 Eighteenth street said a first aid kit and two Yellow Creek brand jackets was taken from his car, while Marie Reeser, 610 Bates street, reported the loss of two white metal wheel rings. Cow Holds No Grudge After Rough Day KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) — A Holstein cow apparently got tired of hearing about the didoes o£ Grady and Snoopy out west and decided on a lark of her own. Finding the door leading to Beeler Thompson's hayloft open, she stepped in and started eating. But she stepped too far — into the feed slot — and there she stuck until Fanner Thompson checked in. Thompson and a helper found her co-operative enough, but when she got unstuck she fell rear end first about 20 feet down the slot to the -manger. Skinned and dazed, she struggled j to her feet, strolled to the manger, • jumped down and walked into the milking room, mooed — and then gave four gallons of milk. I Police Kept BUST SAN DIEGO UP) — The San Diego police department questions i a daily average of 90 "suspicious characters" and arrests 65 persons on criminal charges, a departmental report shows. Also. each day, police cite- 415 persons on traffic charges and 200 for alleged parking violations. Read Classified Ads J. C. Penney started the first of his string oJ nation-wide chain stores in Kemmerer, Wyo. STATEMKXT <'F TKli OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT, ClP.Cl UATION ETC.. OF THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE (A Corporation) Published daily except Sunday;- and holidays at Logansport, Indiana, ns required by tlio Act of August 24, 1912 Publishers—Pharos Tribune Company L,ogansnort, Indiana City Editor—Allen Sar.ers ... Logansport, Indjana Business Manager—George firubbs - Logansport, Indiana Owner*- Names *incl ri-Ulre-sj-es of; stockholders holding nne nfr font. - or more of the total amount of stock: Justin M. Druck, "Marie Eahr Fet- tls, Allen Sailers, George Grubbs. John M. Dunn, Walter .\cu-man. Elmer Kobe! and James E. Digan. all of Logansport. Ind., Mrs. Rae Druck o£ St. i Paul. Minn.. Fannie Clyman of Chicago, 111., II. 3. Herman of St. Paul, Jlinn , A. Berman of South Bend, Ind. and Sarah Czech of Miami, Fla. Knuvvi- Ijunti holders, murlgagrees and other security holders owning or noldinp one per ct.-nt or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or , other securities. NONK. Average number of coj)!*3 of each issue of this publication sold or distrih-ittd through rhe i.it!l:- or otherwise to paid subscribers during the 12 months preceding the date of statement 13.0S2. JUSTIN M. DRUCK. Mer. Sworn to and subscribed before ine this first day of October, ID-IS. MAHIE BAHR FETTIG. Notary Public. {Seal) My commission expires December 23, 79 •OBE DATS CNT1L WINTER BUT YOUR COAL NOW THE SCHMIDT COAL COMPANY 9S» West Broadway Phone 4402 Steel Angles, Beams, Channels, Flats, Concrete Reinforcing, Rounds, Plates, Steel Sash, Tarpaulins. Mervis Steel Co. fomr Complete Steel Warehouse I9M 9. Vain St. Flume «16» Kokomo, Ind. MEN'S AND BOYS' GOOD USED SUITS TOPCOATS, JACKETS, PANTS, HATS SHOES, ODD COATS, VESTS Slightly Used and Unclaimed Dry Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired Good Materials Real Savings Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Alternations Neatly Done OPEN SATURDAY'S 'TILL 9:00 P.M. PERFECT CLEANERS jYeoter Attends Lions | Governors' Meeting Harold Yeater. district governor ot the Lions club and a past president of the local cluh, attended the governor's council at Indianapolis Saturday and Sunday. Lions clubs will sponsor an entertainment program ot amateurs and professionals at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, October 9, at the Coliseum. The day has been designated to be held at the state fairgrounds. Plans also were made - for the state convention to be held June 16, 17, and IS at Fort Wayne. Due to the change of... The Indianapolis Star Agency it is possible YOU are not receiving your paper. For DAILY and SUNDAY home delivery CALL 9168 RALPH J. MARTIN, Local Agent Turn In HENRY S. TMLOR, ABC N.lwcrl, «v»ry Monday inning. theMw Mass I T'S part of every street scene—something you see every day. Car owners in three different price classes —all happy about the same tiling. One of them drives a new Buick SPECIAL, which you see poking forth its new, bold-look forefront at the left of our picture. Another will tell you there's nothing like the SUPER'S "happy medium" of size and comfort, power and easy handling, style and standing. And if you're looking for prestige, where is your money going to buy so much as in that handsome 18-footer,.the ROADMASTER, with its 150-hp performance and really royal bearing? .But all these good folks get together on this: There's no ride quite so soft and cushiony as the Buick ride, whatever the size and series. There's no power quite so satisfyingly lively as Buick's high-compression, high' pressure Fireball power. Above all, there's no "buy" like a Buick— no car that gives you such a rich dollar's worth of smartness, handling, comfort and ' liveliness for every dollar you pay. So why not look the whole line over? "Your Buick dealer has these grand travel-mates in a baker's dozen of different body types and sizes. Start your shopping in his showroom—and you'll find that even on delivery he has exactly what you want. BUICK. alone has all these features Sift-smooth DYNAftOW DRIVE* • FULL-VICW VISION from enlarged glass area • SWING-EASY DOORS end eaiy OC«M • "UVIMG SMCI" INTBHOBS wjfh Oesp-Crod/e cushions • Buoyant - riding OVADKUFltX COIL Sf KINGING • lirefy iFMUBAlI STRAIGHT-fIGHT POWER with SClf-StTTING VAlVt LimKS (Dyrofiow Models] plus HI-POISED ENGINE MOUNTINGS • low- prtswn linl on SAffTT- RIDE RIMS • Double - Duly VTNTIPORTS • DUREX BEARINGS, main and connecting rodt • BODY BY fISHER •S.Wjfc.-J OT COADMASTK, optional cl ext.-c CM! 0.1 SUFEJ cni SPECIAL nxMs; When better automobiles are built BUICK will build them WILDERMUTH - SHARP SECOND AND BROADWAY LOGANSPORT, IND, Smiths Keep Goinc KANSAS CITY, Mo. (UP)—The Smiths are not losing ground here. The new telephone book lists 2,233 Smiths. Second place went to Johnson, -\vith 1.576 listings. Jim White Fire Insurance Dial 2491 Regular Shrine Meeting Tuesday night, October 4, S:0(T ! ALLEN KLINCK ! For Your Roofing, Siding and Sheet Metal Needs Call Wolf Roofing & Sheet Metal Co Logansport 3!)10 Indiana Dr. W. A. Klein Optometrist 410 Fourth St. Phone 3375 IN MEMORY A tribute of love to our dear wife and Mom -who left us 6 years ago today, Oct. 4, 1943. She always learned to ivatch lor us Anxious if we were late In winter bj r thn window, In summer by the gate, And though we mocked her tenderly, Who had such foolis".. care The long way home would seem more safe Because she • waited there. Her thoughts wen all so full of us, She never could forget, And so' we think that where she is She must be watching yet Waiting till we ; come- home to her, ;' Anxious if we are late Watching from heaven'.: window, Leaning from heaven's gate. M. C. Shaffer and children SEE and BEAK M.SKX mm* JOmlXSO&S MOORE & WRIGHT! ROOFING CO. Plione 40925 A Complete Business Service CERIVEL" AGENCY Mimeographing Dial 3823 • '-MUSS Bookkeeping Typing Mailing Lists 3<M5}2 4th . Over Central Drug Select Your Personalized CHRISTMAS CARDS Now 25 books to choose from 50 cnrds for 81.00 np to 100 cards for $37.50 TIMBERLAKE'S GIFT SHOP Special - Guaranteed Permanenta 51.75 up - Dial 2U111 ROADifERS. Tuesday Evening, Oct. 4, 1949 COLORFUL is the word for our asphalt and! rubber tile floors. They are also' very durable and easy to clean. CHAS. LOWE ROOFING CO. 51-1 Broadway. Dial 3666 COAL Prescriptions Acciracr gunnteoo'. Price* reasoiaMc. AB expert pfc«rm«ctat IB chirf e, B u s j a h n' i Drug Store 11 is expensive and sometimes hard to get. Rusco Storm Windows save fuel and add winter-time comfort to your home. CHARLEY LOWE RO07ir CO. ! 514 Broadway Dial 3666 Mon. thu Saturday NORGE SILKS SERVICE Yonr Korgt nealer VESH BROTHERS 220 E. Mkt. St. Phone 4415 Fernbough's JEWELRY STORE 416 Broadway You'll Want The Best SAND & GRAVEL For That Job CRUSHED STONE For your driveway or lane SCAGNOLI GRAVEL & STONE CO. J900W. Linden Ph. 3311 RAZLEV *^ CASH MARKET * BABY BEEF SALE HOUXD — S1RLOIX — SWISS Cut from young Steer nnd Heifer ^P 4 I Steak >'one • Lb. Tender baby beet ROAST 45c'"• Tender Club STEAK 59c'" I'nre Fiesh Ground LISTEN COOTIES Regular Meeting Wed., Oct. 5 8 P. M. Ed Burkett, S. S. BEEF Tender Lean I! RIBS 35c lb. KXTHA SPECIAL T-BOSE or: 1'OBTERHOUSK Steak Baby Beef Lk. Lean Fresh . SIDE Center Cut PoPrk CHOPS 59c (Fresh Oysters Here's a Bargain Ticket to New Driving Satisfaction SPECIAL CHEVROLET MOTOR TUNE-UP ALL THIS FOR ONLY ; "When a woman's first love is her: self," says Hannah, "she never I finds a successor!" 426-28 E.MARKET ST. LOCANSPORT, IND. Whatever your automotive need, now's the time to get "All Aboard for Values Unlimited." For right now, we're featu/ing specials in service, accessories and parts to show our appreciation to old friends . . . and to make new ones. Come in soon— and save! (PARTS EXTRA, IF REQUIRED) Limited Tim* Only—Act Mow I LOOK AT ALL THESE VITAL OPERATIONS • Adjust Diitributor Pointt • Clean Air Cleaner • Test Coil • Tighten Cylinder Head • Adjust Timing • Clean Battery Terminals • Test Condenser • Tighten Manifolds • Adjust Carburetor • Check and Adjust Voltage Control ~* Test Battery and Refill • Adjust Tappets • Clean Plugs and Adjust Gaps • Tighten Hos* Connections • Check Vacuum Spark Advance • Adjust Fan Belt • Check Compression • Adjust Generator Charging Rote • Free Up Heat Control Valve • Test Starter 2ND & BROADWAY PHONE 4135

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