Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on October 5, 1977 · Page 34
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 34

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Wedne«Uy. 38—Tht Ph«n»-Trlbune, Logansport. Ind. Landslide Victory For Jackson ATLANTA (UPD - Mayor Maynard Jackson won landslide re-election over [our opponents, two of them white. Tuesday night as the only black mayor of a major Southern city ; A light, -11 per cent turnout of the city's voters on a cool, clear day gave Jackson. :i'J, his second four-year term without having to go through a runoff. The non-partisan elections were the first in which Atlanta's black voter registration exceeded while voters. With all 194 precincts reporting. Jackson received 53,694 voles for Ki.fi per cent followed by northside businessman Harold Dye with ' 14.877 voles or 17.fi percent. Fulton County Commissioner Milton Farris was third with 11,764 votes for 13.9 percent and former city administrative services director Kmm:i Darnell was a distant fourth with 3.5M votes or 4.1 percent. Socialist Workers' Party candidate Vincc Kagan was (iflh with 4IB votes or ».'> percent. There were two other write-in candidates. ••I want you you to know that we have won by a landslide." a jubilant Jackso'n. flanked by his three children and other family members, (old 1.000 cheering supporters packed into a "midtown hotel ballroom. "We have come through an election where one "of our biggest challengers was overcoming the presumption that we had no challenge." Jackson said his mandate- was a victory for both blacks and whites and pledged Atlanta's fight on crime will continue. Jackson had the support of much of the while business establisment and the city's two major newspapers. Two of his opponents - Ms. Darnell and Eagan - are black while Dye and Farris are white. Enough Wattage To Brew The Coffee TL AIR SHOWERS FLOW DALLAS it'Pli '- The folks who produce ; the Nieman•-Marcus Christmas catalog pride themselves on turning up. a his-and-hers gift unmatched for outlandishnoss.. and this year's .offerings no exception. Kor the urbanitc who is more interested in conserving energy than cash, the Dallas-based department store is offering his-and-hers urban windmills. They cost $:!2.mio l.o.b. Dallas-Fort Worth, not including installation. However. Neiman-Marcus points out. the , windmills can pay for themselves: -In an area with an average wind velocity of 12 miles an hour (Boston; for example). Her Windmill would generate more than enough wattage to brew her morning coffee. Benedict an egg. heal her hair rollers, soothe her psyche with stereo and give her bronze beautv while she relaxes under FBI Hunts $1 Million In Gems Weather: Area, State, Nation MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES 75 FAIR - Wednesday night will find Atlanta 76 Duluth 4:! some rain or showers over upper New B OS t on 67 Houston W England and across the control Chicago fit) Los Angeles Plains -Generally fair weather is Cleveland liB Miami 84 Dallas 75 Minneapolis 51 Denver (50 Plains, -Generally likely elsewhere. New Orleans 8:5 New York (19 Phoenix 94 San Francisco (17 Seattle 59 ., St. Louis(il Washington 73 NK\V YORK i UP! i - Tlu- FIM says its jigcnis arc con- ccntraii'nR on major U.S. cities and Puerto Rico in the search for $1 million in stones diamond dealer Pinchos Jaroslawic/. was carrying when he was slam in New'Vork last month. N ••We haven'i uncovered anything yet." an FBI spokesman said Tuesday about the widening invest ipat ion. ••Because of the value 'ol the missing jewels), the logical places to look are the bifi cities." • .laroslawic?.. 25. was found' dead at a gem cutter's tiny office in the heart of New York's diamond district on Sept. 28. The FBI confirmed.- agents also are looking for almost $2 million worth of gems taken in three prior armed robberies and SiiOO.UOd in. stones Myers Greenhouse, Ph. 753-3996 Manhattan gem dealer Abraham Shafizadeh had in his possession' when he disappeared during a July 28 trip to Puerto Rico. The agency also is assist ing in Ihe case of Haskcll Kronenbcrg. a Manhattan diamond, salesman found shot to death Sept. ! while carrying an unknown amount of diamonds in Key Largo. Fla.. In Puerto Rico Tuesday, authorities reopened two old murder cases involving jewelry brokers and stepped up the search for Shafizadeh. '-• San Juan Chief of Detectives Hector M, Lugo said he could ien HOME MADE PIE not confirm that Shafizadeh. :il. ever arrived in Puerto Rico. "It's as if he- was swallowed upby the earth." Lugo said. Lugo said he i;. reopening Ihe cases of two jewelers killed on the island three-years ago — Leo Dershowitz of New York and Hodard Block of Chicago. Dershowitz was found .with iwo bullet wounds in the head on Feb. 7. 1974. in a San Juan suburb. About $240.000 in jewelry was reported missing from his personal effects. On Aug. 31. 1974. Block's body was found with two bullets in the head on the eastern outskirts of San Juan. Between $200,000 and $300.000 worth of gems wore reported missing. the sun lamp." Hie catalog said. For those-who may nol want to lay out quite that much cash, the department store has a few other suggestions for memorable gifts. One worthy of mention is the -Walk with'Legend on N-M's Lincoln Safari." Just $30.000. The seven-day expedition for five people -begi-ns in Springfield. 1H. The guides include an honor guard of the Illinois 5th Cavalry Regimem and actor and Lincoln scholai Richard Blake. The party meets Illinois Gov. James R. Thompson, tours the Lincolr. farm, stays at the presidential suite in Springfield, camps ir. Civil War tents. Throughout the week. Blake and his wife, dressed as Mr Lincoln and Mrs. Lincoln, recreate famous speeches anc moments of Lincolnia at thi original locations. On the more mundane level the catalog offers such things a; a hard hat plated with 24 karai gold for $150 or - cheaper yet a tennis ball can that looks lik( •a barber pole. for$l5. The catalog also advertise; scarves, jewelry, china, robes underwear, games and othei such products. SOUTHS/DE GROCERY 20I Burlingfon Av». •*" V; THURSDAY SPECIAL •SCHMIDT'S Warm Air- Hot Water .: Steam Heating 415-8th St. . D&J LIQUOR | 509 North Ph. 753-4050 ( Car Wash-Dry SAVE at least 6 C Per Gal. on GASOLINE PURCHASED WITH EACH CAR WASH ADRT TWOIOCATIONS DELUXE CAR WASH 171IE.Uwy 706W.MH SPECIALI WED. NITE ONLY! B*glnnlngat4 P.M. BARBECUED RIBS TMi.-Wid..Tkuri. 6 l.m.-7:30 p.* Frl. iJol. 4«.B..|;30p."i. S»n.t«.m..7i30p.in. Country Inn Only 30 minutes for luncn? Try Zoubul's NOON LUNCHEON Quality Food • Fast Service Serving Mondqy thro Friday 11 to 2 ZOUBUL'S US24WatLindjnAve i THE FUN PLACE TO W! THE STOP-UT1 RESTAURANT 2416 E. MARKET GOOD FOOD I GOOD SERVICE I —WEDNESDAY— SPAGHETTI & MEATBALL GARLIC BREAD SAL EN°TERTAINMENT NITELY 9 PM to 2 AM MiKE DEAN MEATS USD A CHOKE FROM LITTLE JACK'S DOLORES MUSSILMAN _ OWNER-MANAGER SIRLOIN STEAK.. IB!.59 IITlizJoKJOn GRADE A FINEST BREASTS A' LEGS* THIGHS.. IB . STEW BEEF OLD FASHION LOAF...... HOFFMAN'S HumflAn? 1 OO HOT PiPHR CHEESE .L».I>OV FRESH OYSTERS NOW! LITTLE JACK'S GROCERY • A.M. to * P.M. DAILY AT l»th ft WWY. CASS CO. REFRIGERATION AIR CONDITIONING Servicing All Molt.* Ui.d Refrigerators 753-0335 217-11th St., logarisport HARRIS GIASSCO. 753-51 IS- 80S BURLINGTON •AMELIO'S* FAMOUS MEAT BALL SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI DINNERS TILL 9 P.M. DAILY 431-5»hSJ. 753-3589 , H&R UPHOLSTERY SHOP Dotnwtic-Office-Boat Stats FREE ESTIMATES ft DELIVERY LoVeCieott, Ind. 753-6913 100% PURE 'WEEKEND SPECIAL' NOW THRU SATURDAY! POLAR MAGIC AIMTI-FREEZE- . ONE GALLON SIZE Protect your RV to -50° F. Safe for all water systems. Reg. $8.95 HALF $A49 OfW •* D&R TRAILER SALES HighSt.Rd.3MiEast^ Logansport TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY -EVENINGS ONLY- HOME-MADE ISN'T IT TIME M YOU ENJOYf D AMERICANS MOST POPULAR FOOD? , . (American Menu At All Tlm«s>Of Coors*!) MTVI/IYER'S RESTAURANT and BAR GROUND BEEF limit 5 LBS PLEASE 4-Piece Adams Square Bedroom Suite Sale Ends Oct. 22 .- .•",."•••" Adams Square . . . The Classic Look That Lasts Regular $999.95 Suite Includes: • 66-in. Triple Dresser • Plate Glass Mirror • 5-Drawer Chest • Full-Queen Bed Bedroom pieces are of rich maple with honey maple veneer. SJj Looomport Mod UJ. 24 Ent 753-4911 7-Piece Dining Room Suite Regular S 1399.95 Suite Includes: • 60-in. China Base • 60 r in. China Deck • 42x62-in. Table Extends to 98-in. with 2 leafs • 4 Side Chain • Ask About Sean Credit flan

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