Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on May 23, 1962 · Page 7
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 7

Logansport, Indiana
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Wednesday, May 23, 1962
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May 23, 1962. Logansport, Indiana, ]?haros-Tribun«. Seven i with the highest total wins,—except ood buying* ned into a game. Each week you have ms, the specials, the stamps, and all go into grocery ads. But, remember— -family with the lowest total bill wins, 'llbe a winner every time. Come in ;elf. CITY BONUS COUPON CREAM GALLON CARTON Coupon s Sat. May 26 59 ONlE (COUPON PER CUSTOMER •ilYS CHOCOLATE HICK WAGON BRIQUETS BAG 69 BONNIE irger Buns GARDEN CITY CHIPS DOLLARS OFF YOUR TOTAL COST SIMONJZ VfSiTA WASH & WAX StMONIZ VISTCA INSTANT CLEANER & WAX OUT RITE WAX PAPER flAGHAIL TiliSSUE SOTTIES FO1GERS INSTANT COFFEE A'LLSWEET MARGARINE HEINZ HOT DOG RELISH REYNOLDS BROILING FOIL HOUSEHOLD CLEANER " SOILAX HOIRIM'BL SPAM HAWAIIAN PUNCH 12 OZ. 14|OZ. CAIN 1125 FT. RiOIUL 400 COUNT 30cOFF 12 OZ. JiA'R TIB. , CARTOON in'A oz. 20 RT. 1 IB. BOX 12OZ. CAN 4(5 OZ. OAiN 1.29 1.59 23c 2k 1.13 2-55 25e 45c 25c 45c 31c GARDEN CITY BONUS COUPON ANGEL FOOD CAKE 2,9 C SAVE WITH COUPON BACH lOc 'Expires Saturday, May 26 ONECOUPON PER CUSTOMER PLEASE GARDEN CITY BONUS COUPON ARTIES TWINPAK POTATO CHIPS SAVE 20c 39 WITH COUPON ONE COUPON BANQUET FROZEN DINNERS MILNUT SCOT LAO SALAD DRESSING 'BUIM.ONG OLD iC|OUN|11RY DILL PICKLES BUDLONG HAMBURGER DILL PICKLES HIMNZ •HAMBURGER RELISH HBNZ BARBECUE RELISH SOOT-KINS UINCHBON NAPKINS CUT ROTE SANDWICH BAGS PKG. REG. CAN QT. QT. 16 OZ. JAR JAR 12OZ. JAR • PKG. OF iiO PKG. OF 75 PKiG. OF 2-19 35c 33c 23c 27c 29c 16c 25c 23c IES MARBLE WliNDMIU 1 UB. FUDGE SUNDIES 20Cookies 39 PKG. BONUS BUY MEADOWMOCR ocolate Milk 1 QT. BARTON 19 c STORE HOURS Mon. Thru Wed. 9 AJM. To 9 P.iM. Thurs., Fri., Sot. 9A.M. to .101P.M. MQNTKHLOv lOlON.MoinSh LOGANSPOtT 18th and Erie Ruling Dn Beer S Hits Snag INDIA1SAPOLIS (UPI) - The idiana Alcoholic Beverage Corn- ission was 'Warned today that s proposed new regulation limit- g advertising by taverns would reate mare problems than it >ould solve. A hearing on a proposed new ule emerged as a bailie between taverns and the pat'kage •[Uor stores. The regulation wuld specify tliat a tavern can- ol advertise cold beer where it ay be seen from the outside nd cannct sell carry-on}, from an- her room in a manner giving ie appearaiKe of a package ore. Joseph Quill Indianapolis, attor- ey for Hie Indiana Licensed Bev- r.age Association, said the regula- on "could take away all iidvcr- sing." "This regulation will givi; rise i conflie:. It gives this commis- on the right to say what kind of dvertising a ad where. Genlle- icn, you are manufacturiiiff a lot 1 problems fcr yourselves you do ot have now," Quill, .said. Quill ak;o contended that the re- uiremeni caJing for cany-out quor sold by a tavern to Ix: from ie same place in which it :s erved wduld create major finan- al problems for owners who al- eady had built adjoining facilities ' that purpose with approval of ast commissions. Frank Massey, Muncie, who rep- ealled three-way pei-4;nit holders n Delaware Owinty, charged "you re taking the three-way permu'tee ho pays $1,000 to $1,500 for his ennit and st.ying to him, 'You re competing unfairly with the ackage store which pays !I250'." "You ;we saying," Massey said, 'You. c;.n sell cold beer, but eep it quiet. You can't advertise y the no.rnva) methods'." Richard Ellis, Kokomo, attorney or the Indiana Liquor Store Asso- iation, szdd the regulation should >e a'dopted, He. said that too many averns h.ivc built what aioounfa o separate package stores. "The last commission took the tosition of diiicouraging thi-i tend- :ncy," E1.3S s.iid. "But not to tear nylhing up." Ellis urged the commission to try to ,'itrai;}hlen this out" by living Urn unauthorized separate lackage .'.lores 120 days in which o correct their violations of their iiree-w.ay permits. ' AFPIUATiED WllTH SiOOT iLAO .POODS INC. Chuckles nn The News By United Press InUirrialional . NOTOINC1 15! FREE TORBAA'CE, Calif. (UP;!)—The Tower Eilementary School was inished two years ago—complete with electric lights, but, through an oversight, no electric meter. The oversight was cleared up Tuesday by Soul hern California 2dison Ox It sent the school district •» bill fcr $2,541 aa estimated charges for electricity used. >IILITARY TWIST BIRCHAM NEWTON, England •UPI) --Four-hundred Royal Air ?orce recruits did the twist Jo )opular records during drill pa- •ade Tuesday on the orders of their drill sergeant:. "Good warming up exorcise," said insli'ucUir Rog 'Parmenter. WRONG WAi' HOUSTON, Tex. (UP'I)-There's something of a standoff in the suburban community of Bellaire, where a highway sign on the out- skirU reeds: "Yeld (sic) Eight Of Way." _The- city s.jid it was a county sign and demanded the county make a correction. The county said it was a city sign. Said a city councilman: "I don't mow whose sign it is, but I demand an investigation. TJu's is embarrassing," GOP CHAIRMAN RIPS ADVISERS Of KENNEDY TERRS HAUTE, Ind. (UPI)— Republican n n t i o n a 1 chairman William E. Miller said Monday night that, the actions cif President Kennedy's advisers have enabled the GOP : to make great strides; all over the coun'iry. Miller (old a 6th District parly rally that his party c;=nnot afford to sit bs:ck and take it easy. He said the GOP must work hard to win the 196:! elections. "We have proven ourselves to be good administrators," he said, "but we must learn that a good product can't sell itself." Miller said Kennedy's advisers "decided that Jack Just lias to look loufjh someplace—so.at home it's steel and abroad it's Vietnam." "His adviseni are the ones who have written yisar after year that there is something good in Communism and something goad in the Democratic system," Miller said, "and that we should strive for a marriage of (lie two. As a result of this advice, things have, not improved but there are more people on the; government payroll."

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