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February 27, 1959

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1959 THE MARION STAR. MARION. OHIO Answers to Star's Quiz (Questions on Page 4) 1--July 4 (3) 2--Judge Manuel Urrutia (1) 3-Mental Health Clinic (2) 4--Attack on Fort McHcnry (2 5-Pride (1) 6-Nine (3) 7--460,000 (3) 8--Fred Vinson (2) 9--Ciidtks Harmon (4) 10--The Nautilus (2) 11--Superior (4) 12--Wendell L. (1) 13--Juneau (1) 14--Three (3) 15--Marion Plaza (2) IB--Nelson Rockefeller (2) 17--Istanbul 1) 18--Eight pounds (2) 19-Ten (3) 20--Hiram College (3) 21--Howard Islcr (2) 22--700 m.p.h. (1) 23--Probate Court (2) 24--Roosevelt (3) 25--Becky Th'atcher (2) 26--"Flower Drum Song" (2) 27-Sugar (1) 28--Ann Landers (2) 29--County auditor (2) 30--C. Eugene Maynard (3) 31-Bob Middlcton (2) 32--Julia Ward Howe (1) 33--Sixty (1) 34--Conversion of mass to cner g y d ) 35--Third (2) ·36--Clarence Keil (3) 37--Hardin (1) 38--Pennsylvania (4) 39--Kenneth Robinson (3) 40--Charles Duryea (3) 41--Shoes horses (3) 42--Mexico (4) 43--Speaker of the House (1) 44--Corn (3) 45--Jackie Jensen (2) 46--Iraq (4) 47--Ann (3) 48-Martel (4) 49--Journalism (3) 50-1215 (2) 51--Crossing Antarctica (1) 52--1960 (3) 53--Lookout Mountain (3) 54--Union (2 55-Harry D. Cab.il! (3) 56-Pope John XXIII (3) 57--Space race (3) 58--Mrs. Georgia C. Burton (3) 59-None of these (4) 60--Marion City Board of Educa tion (3) METAL MOULDINGS For Contractors or the Home Owner Do-lt-Yourselfer All »he Desired Shapes for Easy Installation and Time Saving Efficiency PRICED Ififi IUu up Coplete Stock of REYNOLDS ALUMINUM Do-it-yourself items. Angles, Flats, Storm and Screen Sash Mouldings, etc. R. D. LUKE HARDWARE 181 W. Center St. Phone Z-052S 61--Oahu (3) 62--Nile (4) 63--Andrew Jackson (3) 64-Six (1) 65--Along the Mississippi River (3) 66--Charles DeGauUe (1) 67--Moon (2) 68-Syria (3) 69--Piano (4) 70--E. J. Kintcr (4) 71--Warren G. Harding (3) 72--Ninety-three (2) 73--Commissioner (2) 74-Batista (2) 75--Merging present school dis tricts into a single county district (1) 76--$2.700,000 (2) 77--Lebanon (2) 78--Fred Baldauf (4) 79--1953 (3) 80--Paul G. Simpson (3) 81-Fifth (1) 82--Peru (1) 83-Ted W. Brown (3) 84--Topography (4) 85--Franklin D. Roosevelt (3) 85--Mexican War 11) 87--Dorothy Warcnskjold (4) 88--Boris Pasternak (1) 89--Maine (2) 90--J. E. Simpson (1) 91--Colorado (4) 92--Chief Justice of the United States (2) 93--William Henry Harrison (3) 94--Brazil (4) 95-44 miles (2) 96--Poe (4) 97--Homonyms (2) 98--James Lawrence (3) 99--A ribbed silk fabric (1) 100-86th (1) Service Stations Drive For Closing on Sunday COLUMBUS,' Ohio (AP)--Colunv bus independent service station operators laid plans today for an all-out campaign to close all serv- ce stations which violate Ohio's Sunday blue law. Joining together under the ban ner of the Independent Service Nation Dealers Assn., 113 operators met to discuss Mayor M. 3. Sensenbrenner's crackdown igainst Sunday sales. The majority voted in favor of biding by a state law which re- uires businesses to close one day week in observance of the Sabath. The law, however, does not pply to those engaged in work of larity or necessity. As a result of the vote, mem ers of the group volunteered to erve on committees which will sit all Columbus service stations remaining open next Sunday. Vernon J. Kertzinger, executive PARDONED BY GOVERNOR. En route from America to Lucca Province in Italy to spend his last days with his family, Guido Grass! 78, is seen at London Airport. Grassi, who allegedly shot and killed two men and stabbed a third to death in 1923, was pardoned by the governor of the state of Washington so that he could spend his last days with his sons before he dies. (UPI Telephoto) . secretary, said affidavits against the offending stations will be filed in. Municipal Court Monday. Public Meeting Slated NEVADA-- A public meeting will be held by the Nevada Board of Education next Tuesday, March 3, at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. A discussion on consolidation will be held. The board hopes to learn the views of the public on the matter. Nevada has been conferring with several other districts in recent months trying to work out an acceptable consolidation plan for the district. Divorce Suit Filed UPPER SANDUSKY - A suit for divorce has been filed in Probate Court here by Barbara Jean Schnclker against Robert Schnelker. Mr. Schnelker is first-string offensive end on the New York Giants football team and was a star athlete while attending Upper Sandusky High School and Bowling Green State University. The word "nicotine" comes from the name of French scientist Jean Nicot, who contended that tobacco was a relief from many ailments. TAX PAYERS NOTICE! ! Heal Estate Tax Books Clwe March 2nd! 1 1 MARION E. HINKL1N County Treasurer. Feb. 23.24,25.26,27.28,1953 2 Starving Cleveland Children Hospitalized CLEVELAND (AP)--Two chil dren suffering from severe malnutrition and dehydration were reported in poor condition today at I Vincent Charity Hospital. "We have been desperate for money, but the kids have been eating regularly," Mrs. William Schram, the childrens' mother, told County Child Welfare Division representatives. Admitted to the hospital Thurs- p'ay were Lynette Schram, 3, and 28 - months - old Terry. Doctors examined and then released two other Schram children, Bruce, 5, and Kim, 9 months. Mrs. Schram said her husband had been out of work for a month, perintendent. but found a job two days ago. She said she was unaware that Lynette and Terry were sick. "They ate Wednesday night," she explained. he condition of the children became known when a friend of the Schrams, who had agreed to take care of Terry, became concerned over the child's thin appearance. PAGES Named Safety Director CANTON, Ohio (AP) - Mayor Charles L. Babcocfc has appointed Anthony L. Fabiano safety director. The $9,000-a-ycar post was vacated recently by Wilson J. Hine. Fabiano, former football coach at Central Catholic High Ichool here, has been street su- Marion's OFFICIAL RAILROAD WATCH INSPECTORS · Reg. $5.95 EXPANSION BANDS With $4 mn Overhaul I i4«f COMPLETE OVERHAUL (Replacement Paris Extra) 140 W. Center Si. 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