Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 18, 1957 · Page 21
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Tuesday Evening, June 18, 1957. Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-TriSune FIv« B. F. Goodrich Store Will Hold Grand Opening Occupy New Quarters At 416 Hiqh Street INTERIOR VIEW OF NEW GOODRICH STORE One of the numerous departments in the new B. F. Goodrich store at 416 High street is seen above. Ample floor space permits attractive display of merchandise. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) Two American Women Are Reported Beaten By Indian Villagers NEW DELHI, India (UP) — Two suspectod them of trying to kidnap the children. The village headman intervened and stopped the assault, and the villagers apologized and offered gifts of food. American women aid workers were recovering in a hospital here today ed from a beating by Indian villagers Miss McKinney was being treat- for a fractured loft hand and Miss Barbee suffered frac- who mistook them for child kidnapers. The victims, Alice McKinney, 41, Hammond, Ind., and Dorothy Barbee, 42, Ripley, Tenn., were re-i ported in improved condition in a Now Delhi hospital to which they were flown after Sunday's attack in a southern village. "But they're not feeling good," * U.S. embassy spokesman said. The incident occurred when (he women, employes of the U.S. Technical Cooperation Mission, got lost during a motor trip from .Jund- gadh to Ahmodab.ad, in southern India, They .stopped at a village to ask directions from a group of children. They were attacked by a mob of •bout 150 outraged viljagcrs who turud ribs and bruises. Their beaten. Indian driver also was Teenager .Indicted For Rape Slaying CROWN POINT, Ifid. Lake County Grand Jury today returned a first-degree murder indictment against a, Hammond lecn-ager who admitted the robbery-rape slaying of an elderly woman. Officials said the trial of Gary Slull, Hammond, will come up some time next fall. Slu'.l is held i without bond in the murder May Son Shoots Mother In Tragic Mistake CHICAGO (UP) — A young college student shot and critically wounded his mother today in what police said was the "tragically mistaken" Mrs. belief she Margaret was T. burglar. Klorig, 56, was described in critical condition Public Open House Will Be Celebrated Wednesday Through Saturday According to Manager Ken Scott; Valuable Prizes Will Be Awarded. A four-day Grand Opening celebration is being planned by the employees of the B. F. Goodrich store at the new location, 416 High street. Ken -Scott, manager of the' store, said- the, celebration will begin on Wednesday and close Saturday night. Special hours for area. This modern service department has been devoted to a tire department that offers wheel-balancing service and a completely equipped tire service department. Another big feature of the new store, with its air-conditioned terior, is its adjacent hard-sur- the grand opening, he said, will tace| 3 parking lot which will ae- be from 8:30 a.m. until 9 p.m. commodate 35 cars, Scotts added, each day Tne staf£ o£ tn . e store—Richard The Goodrich store is .now to- i %&*"% J cedi \ ' »»MB«; Jack cated in expanded quarters in the i TShl > retai1 salesman; Ronald old K. J. Schmidt Brewing con,-1 ^»^^»»™ p ^ ol «^^ at St. Anne's Hospital with a .22 caliber bullet wound in her chest' Her son, William, 20, and Illinois Institute of Technology junior, said he firod at his mother when siie went to a rear pore's to close a (UP)—A window during an early morning thunderstorm. The Klorig home had been the target of sev> burglary attempts recently. •oral COLLISION IS FATAL CRAWFORDSVILLE (UP) — Owen C. Gott, 60, Ladoga, Monday in Culver Hospital died here 12 of Miss Myrtle Cabeen, Hammond, in her home. 72, from injuries sustained 'when two automobiles collided May 14 on a road near here. pany building and is one of the most modern stores in the Goodrich chain of approximately GOO retail outlets. The store was formerly located at 320 East Broadway. The greatly increased space, Scott said, has enabled the store to expand its stock of tires, auto accessories, and household appliances. A special feature of the grand opening will include valuable prizes and an electronic cooking demonstration of how brownies can be baked in five minutes with radio microwaves. Major Awards The prizes which will be given away include: 1st prize—choice of a Kclvinator refrigerator, an automatic washer or dryer; 2nd —36" Florence gas range; 3rd— B. F. Goodrich (pair of whitewalls) Livesaver tires; 4th— Schwinn Spitfire 26-inch bicycle; and 5th—Motorola table radio: Free gifts will also be given to all persons who visit the store during the grand opening. Special sale prices will also be in effect during the celebration, Scott said. He pointed out that the move has enabled the store to greatly expand its stock and variety and to offer better lire service in a completely modern drive-in *K>u Never Had So Much Bounty for So Little Booty * * • Manufacturer's Suggested Prlco— for ifiis 2-Door SPECIAL 6-Pasaongor Sedan (including Delivery and Handling Charges and Federal Excise Taxes) Transportation charges, state and local taxes, If any/ accessories and optional equipment. Including Dynaflaw transmission, radio, heafor and white sidewalt tiros, additional, X/'ou COULD add up the -*• figures on size, weight, room,power. From that alone you'd discover an important faet: how much more automobile you get in this Buick that's priced so close to the smaller cars. But in your heart you Jknow you want even more: You want action. You want fun. You want lift and life and response. You want to feel absolute master over your going and stopping. So try this Buick— just try it. It drives and rides and brakes and steers and handles like no other car you've ever known before. It has a brilliant new V8 engine—like silk with the flow of Niagara. It has a spectacular new Dynaflow*— instant and smooth to die infinite. It has powerful new brakes, new readability, a new precision in its handling. But the total feeling you get from all this is far, far more than words can bring you. Come in, sit behind the wheel, and see for yourself why this great buy is the dream car —the hit of the year— to drive. *Ncw Advanced Variable Pilch Di/na/lotu la tha only Dynn/lou) Bufcfc liuilds today. It is standard on Headmaster, Sillier and Century — optional at modest extra cost on tha Special. Safet!/-Jliizzcr is standard on Roudmaslcr, optional at extra cost on oilier Scries. Big Thrill's ^"^ SPECIAL . CKNTURV • SUPBR • ROADMASTKR — »nd MOADMASTKR 1» When better automobllti are built Buick will build them SEE YOUR AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER manager—will assist Scott in the new store. Above is an exterior view of the new B. F. Goodrich store which celebrates its opening with "opc» house" Wednesday through Saturday in the new building at 41G High street. (Pharos-Tribune Photo-Engraving.) They were proud of their whiskey and signed it with their names When you want magnificent taste and Kentucky quality—you want the whiskey created by William Bond and C. C, Lillard William Bond and C. C. Lillard knew how to make good whiskey. The finest of golden grain, spring water-arid their own matchless skill-went info the great whiskey that today bears their names. 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