The News-Messenger from Fremont, Ohio on September 27, 1955 · 2
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Fremont, Ohio
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Tuesday, September 27, 1955
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9 Tbe Framrat Ktws-Mt Tuesday. September 271954- Croghan P.-T.A. Aids Bond Issue Membership of the Croghan Par ent-Tescher Association voted Mon day night to present JoO to the school board to be uied for the promotion of the school bond issue which will be up for vote in theJ November election. The vote was approved following Ihe apearance of Supt. A. E. Rupp, who pointed out the details and aims of the school Doaro in pre senting the bond issue for an ex pansion of school needs. Members also "voted to provide another $50 in the future for fur Ihering of the bond issue if the money is needed in the campaign of the schools to urge passage of the bonds. Paul Wehrmeister is president of the Croghan PTA. Another meeting similar to Mon. day's is scheduled tonight at . At kinson school beginning at 7:30 p. m. Rupp will again speak , to the membership on the public school bond proposals and aims. A series of meetings before PTA erourjs and civic organizations in Fremont is now in progress. ; Faculty Listed h For Night School ' Faculty members for proposed night school classes at Ross high school class have been announced by Gordon Mart, night school director, who disclosed that registration will be ' held Monday night in Room 240 of the school. - Named to the teaching staff are Mrs. Karl Level, typing; Mrs. Walter Dundore. bookkeeping; Mrs. Marguerite Patterson, shorthand; Robert Murray, blue print reading; Roy Miller, machine shop; Harold Schahet, leather crafts, and George Gruse, woodworking. First-night's program will begin at 7 p. m. Classes are arranged every Monday from 7 p. m. until 9. , Hart staled that at least 10 or more registrants must be listed in a certain group before classes will be arranged. Any pre-class group of less than 10 will necessitate dropping that course from the program. Registrants may obtain additional information by phoning FE 2-5369, CourtrNews i ACTION PROTESTED In We matter of the estate of Lawrence Signs, deceased, Wll iiam J. Walker, administrator, Harlan M. and Mary Palmer have filed a memorandum in probate court in opposition to the motion of Mr. Walker for a new trial. The Palmers said they found no dispute with the administrator in hit assertion that Mr. and Mrs. Palmer were involved in an accident September 23,' 1954, with a car driven by Mr. Signs and in which he was fatally injured, but they contended they did not have a fair opportunity to present their claims. Mr. Walk er's motion, they argued, was not, well taken. JOHN ADAMS WILL Will of John H. Adams has been filed for probate in the courthouse. The entire estate will go to his five children: James Adams, Harry Adams, Elouise Burger, Mary Ann Sheffler, and John J. Adams, Son Harry is to have the Reaches For Baby first opportunity to purchase the Adams residence at its appraised value. When Mr. Adams signed the will on March 10, 1934, he willed the estate to his wife, Isa bella, with - provision that it would go to the children In event of her death. She preceded her husband In death. John Adams, ' the son, was nominated as the executor; Estimated value of the estate is $6,423. LAMALIE WILL Will of Elizabeth Lamalie. late of (Middle East scene, the British of- Rice township, has been filed for f is c.tri proDatc in tne courthouse. She bequeathed some personal items to her granddaughter, Betty Mae Lamalie, and directed that the remainder of the estate be divided share and share Mike, among her Bottle, Crashes One passenger received minor abrasions of- the left knee and body bruises and the car in which three persons were traveling Monday afternoon was damaged when the vehicle left the road, clipped a mail bo and bounded into the ,ditch on the other side of the road, Mrs. Bessie Willey. 63, was in jured when the car driven by her daughter, Mrs. Minnie Bennett. 31. of Hinton, V. Va., left State High way 587 about a mile south of Slate Highway 18. State highway patrol reports that Mrs. Bennett, driver, was reaching back for a baby bottle for her daughter, Deborah Lynn, 2, who was riding in-the ear, and Mrs. Bennett stepped on the ac celerator rather than the brake. Mailbox of Florian J. Collet Route 3, Fostoria, was hit and the fence of Frank Goshe was dam aged. mi. , Automobile driven by Jack Sim- erly, 19, Roan Mountain, Tenn., went out of control on Route 587 a half mile south of Route 18 In Sen eca county Tuesday at 2 a. m. The car failed to round a curve, rolled over in a ditch. Slmerly was treated at Fostoria City hospital for cuts of the left knee. His auto was demolished. The accident was investigated by the state highway patrol. Around About Fremont Egypt Accepts (Continued from Pag 1.) 14. SUES HUSBAND SO CLEVELAND if Joyce E Warzlow, 14, filed suit for divorce from Peter Warzlow, 50, in Common Pleas Court yesterday, claiming her husband had beaten her. The couple was married July 23 and separated last Wednesday. The bride's age was given as 17 in a marriage consent signed by her parents. BAKERY WRECKED ' PROVIDENCE, R. I. today were trying to locate the vandals who broke into the Homestead Baking Co. and tried a new recipe. On the bakery floor the vandals mixed 1,500 pounds of sugar, 1,500 pounds of flour, 50 gallons of salad oil and a case and a half of soft drinks. , children: Rufus, Glenis, and Cal vin Lamalie, and Leila Schneider. Glenis Lamalie was nominated as the execufor. The will was sign ed on February 22, 1951, Estimat ed value of the estate Is $6,900.' REPORT OX SALE , Fred W. Rolf, administrator, has filed in probate court a report on the sale of personal property of the estate of Carl J. Hurrelorlnk. Involved were 16 shares of Wood ville Slate Bank stock. He reported the sale was to William Nuhfer for $1,200. TO SELL CERTIFICATES Probate Judge Robert J. Gabel has signed an order . authorizing Rolland Crum, executor, , to sell four certificates of the Green Springs Cooperative Association owned by the Christene G. Grum estate. ; ; MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS Donald Emmert Walter, 21, Fostoria, clerk, and ' Beverly Ann Burns, 20, Scott township, teller. - Gerald Nelson, 33, Detroit. Mich., shop worker, and Mayola Parker, 36, Detroit, dressmaker. Harold M. Bowers, 27, Tiffin, bus driver, and Cora Jane Chal-fin, 20, Helena, clerk. ; Hospital News Memorial Monday Admissions Medical Mrs Fremont Route 3; Maurice Rutan. north Clover street; Charles Kelly, rural Fremont; Lee ' Hoch, north Park avenue; Allen Bcrger. White avenue; Mrs. William, Bartson, South street; Mrs. Emma Hoelter, Luckey, O.; Oliver Yount, Gibson-burg; Mit. Bessie Flumerfelt, , north Fifth street. - : Surgical Mrs. Richard Vidone, Amsden street; Mrs. George Scran-ton, Middle street; Steven, 2-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bcatty, Circle drive; Ted, 16, son of Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Smith, Gibsonburg Route 2; Mrs. Harold Williamson, Fremont Route 1; Bar bara, 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wayne Blue, Bettsville; Mrs. De lores Hemminger, Oak Harbor. Monday Discharges ' Mrs. Philip Mugler, Rawson ave nue; Miss Maye Smith, north Jack son street; Roger' Otermat, Route :2; ' Russell Bennett, Sycamore 'street; Mrs. Peter Blevins," Sandusky avenue; Mrs. Elbert Turner and son, Ewing street; Michael Engler, D-Marvin boulevard; Herman Fischer, 'Willow street; Mrs. Donald Riedmaier and son, Gibsonburg; Mrs. Robert Heilman. Genoa; Warren King, Woodville; Mrs. Augusta Eauer, Bowling Green. ' Community ) Monday Discharges Richard Hill. Glenwood drive; timer TueKerman, Moore street; Miss Edna Hineline,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hineline, .vest Garrison street; Mrs. Guadalupe Caud.llo and son, Lindsey Route 1. Monday Admissions Surgical Joseph Cecil, Fleetwood drive. Medical Mrs. Archie Welch. Green Springs Route 1. Tuesday Admission Surgical Mrs. A. Dale Nichols, Cherry street, Clyde. Medical Harold Covert, Fremont Route 3. " " Tuetday Discharge Paul Erunner, Clyde Route 2. Leonard Miller's Father Died Sunday In Toledo Joseph W. Miller, 75, of 329 Champion street, Toledo, father of Leonard Miller, Fremont, died unexpectedly Sunday in his home. The body is at the James Coyle and Son mortuary on Broadway. Requiem High Mass will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St. Charles church after which the body will be removed to the Gerner-Wolf funeral home, Port Clinton, where friends may call Wednesday after- James Zienta,!"oonruandJeveni,nf- IntermentT m uc- i nut BUA at j.u a. lit. ill uanc view cemetery, Port Clinton. Surviving are his widow, Mary; daughter, Mrs. Richard DeMay, Huron; sons, Leonard, Fremont, and Albert, Sandusky; three grandchildren; a brother,, Adolph, and sister, Mrs. Louis Sorensen, both of Port Clinton. . Dr. Leroy L. Belt Dies In California The United Stales, Britain and France have been guitied in their arms delivery to the Arab coun tries by their joint declaration of 1950. In practice, ttiis nas meant that they have tried to maintain a mili tary balance of power between Is racl and Its Arab neighbors. The Arab countries, including Egypt, are still technically at war with Israel, although in a state of armistice. The Foreign Office spokesman's disclosure came only 24 hours after the State Department confirmed that the United States had offered to sell weapons to the Egyptians The State Department said that agreements for arms aid to Mid-eastern countries are "solely for the purpose of enabling these coun tries to maintain internal security and to defend themselves against aggression." Egypt recently appealed to the Uniled Slates for credit facilities which would enable her toNaccept the American offer. Less - than 10 million dollars worth of arms were said to have been involved in this offer. ' The Soviets are understood ' to have .told the Egyptians earlier that, they would be ready to pro vide the Arab countries with a wide range of military equipment, including tanks and artillery. The spokesman said British pol icy indicates MacMillan will urge Dulles to think again before allowing American arms deliveries to reach Egypt. The British have long cautioned against allowing the Egyptians to 'be able to bid for the favors both, of the Kremlin and the West. Service Note Scott Lucas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Lucas, Birchard avenue, is home on a 10-day leave after completing basic training at Great Lakes, 111. The youth, an airman apprentice in the navy, will report at the Norman,' Okla., naval air training center, for an eight week aviation course. He has passed examinations for air cadet training. ELECTION OF OFFICERS IS scheduled next Monday evening at Fremont YMCA when members of the Sandusky County 4-H junior leadership group holds itg first meeting of the , fall season. Activities begin at 8 p. m. under direction of Glenn E. Maddy, who is the associate extension agent for the county. Planning for the xdaa-56 year is also slated. Arrangements will be started to prepare a program of square and folk dancing to be presented during Rural - Urban Week beginning October 24. 24 hr. guaranteed service. Skilled watch repairing:. 3 hr. emergency service. Pollack & Oaks, Jewelers, Front & Harrison, adv. MRS. D WIGHT . E. RITZMAN, Bettsville, has been discharged from Mercy hospital, Tiffin, A BOY USING A SLINGSHOT broke a pane of glass in the din- recreation to Fostoria voters in November. Glen Marshall was elected chairman of the board. Body and. lender repairs and refiniahing. White y's Body Service, 215 Ohio Ave. FE 2-2631. adv. i: EAST SIDE PRESBYTERIAN church was represented by nine members of the Women s Society at the first district meeting of the Toledo Presbyterial held Monday in Tiffin. Included in the mem bership were Mrs. Margaret Ru- (land; Mrs. Laverne Smith, cor responding secretary of the Pres byterlal; Mrs. Irvin Trehan, Mrs. Richard Mason, Mrs. Richard Linker, Mrs. Harry Garn, Mrs. Dora Jones, Mrs. Carrie Walters and Mrs. George Walton . Mr. and Mrs. Haldon Ottney and daughter, Judy, of Richmond, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ottney and children, Jean and David, of Warren, 0 were week Next Two Weeks (Continued from Page 1.) lng room window of her home.Jend guests at the home of Mr, Mrs. Francis Manning, 1116 Moore street, reported to police Monday at 3:28 p, m. Officers called at the boy's home. He ad mitted breaking the glass and promised to pay for it. Extertnital Termite Control. Winter's Hardware. Price Lumber Co. Free inspection, adv. and Mrs. Ollus Ottney, Sr., San dusky-avemj Try HudepohJ's Cleaning and Tailoring. Can FE 2 4110. Pick up & deliver, adv EXCHANGE CLUB MEMBERS in Sandusky today heard head Coach Jeff DeHaven of Sandusky high and Coach Ed Sustersic, of St. Mary s high, discuss their respective football teams and pro- LEON CLAYPOOLE, 212 OCH street, Marion, O., reported . topects for the season. Sheriff Ted Paul at 11 a. m. Sun day that a number of items had. Drive-In Cleaners. been stolen from his boat at White's Landing. He said missing were four rods , and reels, a green tackle box, and a double bait pail He told the sheriff that the boat looked as if someone had been using it, and groceries had been left in it. ' FORGET-ME-NOT SALE IN Fostoria Saturday netted $325.23 for Major R. O. Nichols post of Disabled American Veterans. LAKESIDE, O. Word has been received here of the death of Dr. LeRoy L. Belt, former Marble-head and Lakeside physician, and a member of the medical staff at Erie Ordnance Depot for several years, who died Saturday in his Spring Valley, Calif, home. Serv ices and burial were Tuesday in uaiuornia. Dr. Belt, a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University and Western iCharles Reserve Medical school, served nearly a quarter of a century in Marblehead and Lakeside com munities. He was a World War I veteran, a member of the First Congregational church at Marblehead, the Masons, Knights of Pythias and the Top Cribbage Club. His wife, Frances, four chil dren, a brother, sister and eight grandchildren survive. TEXAS DRIVER FINED Richard Nathaniel, Bryan, Tex as, appeared in mayor's court Tuesday and pleaded guilty-to operating a truck and trailer in Ohio without a state tax decal. He paid a fine of $25 and costs of $9.30 and will have to obtain a tax receipt for $30.25 before he will be allowed to move the truck to its destination.. Look Who's Here Ice Cream Social, Thursday, September 29, 5 :30 p. m. Trinity E. U. B. Church, 3 miles east of Risingsun. Sponsored by Young Married People's Class. Lots of food and friendship. adv. REV. BRYANT WHITMAN Dennison was ordained to the priesthood Sunday evening in St. Paul's Episcopal church, Norwalk, by Rt. Rev. Nelsor. M. Burroughs, bishop of Ohio. Among" the visiting clergy was Rev. J. W. Quinton, Fre mont. Relatives of Rev. Dennison in attendance besides his immediate family were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Dennison, Hudson; a sister, Mrs. W. C. .Tregoning, Shaker Heights, and Mr. and Mrs. John Hill, an aunt and uncle from Oberlin. See A) Hetrtcka Depend able used cars tonight 'til 9. SLIGHTLY WARMER WEATH- er prevailed in t remont tuesaay, but skies remained cloudy in the morning. Temperature fell from a high Monday at 2 p. m. of 64 de grees to a low Tuesday of 47 at 5 a. m. The reading at tne filtration plant Tuesday at 8:30 a. m. was 64 degrees. MRS. LESTER YOUNKER, OF Port Clinton, entered Good Samaritan hospital, Sandusky Tuesday to undergo surgery Wednesday, Dairy Queen closing for the season on Sunday, Oct. 2. adv. PAUL A. GYDOSH. A CLEVE- land salesman, reportedto police Monday at 5:20 p. m. that his brief case in his car was missing. Mr. , Gydosh made" one stop in Fremont and one in Clyde. The brief case 'valued at $15 contains his records for Goodyear Tire and Rubber company. JOHN LeJEUNE, 513 EAST State street, reported to police Monday at 4 p.m. that his bicycle had been stolen. It is a blue Hawthorne and has license 402. Notice! Fremont Yacht Members! Don't forget Special Party tomorrow Wednesday, . Sept Suits. Coats, Dresses cleaned for $1.25. Free pick-up, delivery. FE 2-9021. 115 Ohio Ave. September 26 Mr. and Mrs Owen (Duke) Ziebold, Earl and Butler streets,, Toledo, annouce the birth of a six and a half pound daughter at 9 p.m. Monday in St. hospital. This is the couple's first child. Mrs. Ziebold is the former Pat Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Huffman, T : J ... n I i l uncum u avenue. 1 H e Uaiei llali. . , ... - grandparents are Mr. and MrsJtor next juesaay neginning ai s p. Louis Ziebold, Lime street. m- in the extension service office I in Fremont federal building. 4-H September 27 - Mr. and Mrs.lPrSram xor xne coming ear win William Esch, Fullerton, Calif., announce the birth of an eight pound, one ounce daughter Tuesday. Mrs. A TRUCK DRIVEN BY Wayne Hedglin, 44, LaGrange, Ind., was badly damaged Sunday night, when a heifer Holstein calf owned by Ron Toll, Collins, walked in front of it on route 20, seven miles east of Norwalk. The calf was killed. Hedglin told highway patrolmen that the calf came out of the south drive of the Toll farm, and he could not avoid hitting it. Richard Sabroske, south Buchan an road, has enrolled in Ohio Stale university, Columbus,, and is study ing bio-chemistry. He is a 1955 graduate of Ross high school. . Dirt from basements loaded on your truck or delivered October 1 only. FE 2-3472. adv. EVERETT HYDE, VICKERY, was discharged from Memorial Hospital in Sandusky on Monday. Also released was Cloyd Good, Bellevue. , Boyer's Restaurant, Lindsey. Open Sundays 12 p. m. to 3 p. m. weekdays. 7 a. m. to 9 p. m. Chicken supper every Wednesday. Parties by appointment, adv. CONDITION.' OF REV. AL-bin J. Scheidler, pastor, of St. Michael's Catholic church, Mary-wood, is reported to be improved at Bellevue hospital. He was admitted last Friday for medical treatment. . Hauling done sooner by phoning the crooner. Ted Simms, FE 2-4101. adv. RED CROSS BLOODMOBILE will be at Tiffin Thursday. The hours will be from noon until 6 p m. in the basement of St. Paul's Methodist church. HERMAN FISCHER, WILLOW street, was , transferred from Memorial hospital to St. Vincent's hospital, Toledo, following surgery here. His room number is 506. Mr. Fischer is awaiting additional surgery and remains in fair condition. . Notice! Fremont Yacht Members! Don't forget Special Party tomorrow Wednesday, Sept. 28. Choice of Chicken or Ham $2.00 plate. Call Reservations now FE 2-0611. Be sure and make ticket returns by 7 p. m. Wednesday. adv. ELMER MIARER, RURAL Route, Fremont, phoned Sheriff 2S. Choice of Chicken or HamiTed Paul 9 P-m. Monday and $2.00 plate. Call Reservations'P0, tw. nu!Lcps had now MS z-uoii. He sure anai make ticket returns by j 7j AUTOMOBILE DRIVEN BY p. m. Wednesday. adv.Mrs. Esther A. Porczak. 257 Lime street, struck thp rear of a sta. MEN SERVING AS ADVISERS tion wacon oDerated hv Mrs. Le- for 4-H Clubs in Sandusky county Una Irene Burkett. 1071 McKinlev are reminded of the meeting setstreet, Monday at Wilson avenue and Croghan street. Left rear of the station wagon and the right front of the auto were damaged, according to the police report. lunch of meat, vegetable, fresh fruit cocktail and milk. Mrs. Eisenhower joined the President and visited with him at lunchtime." The First Lady chatted with her husband again shortly before he had dinner on the first day ha was permitted more than fruit juices at all three meals. The President's evening menu was consomme, spinach, beets, a broiled tomato and sliced peaches. Another step in the slow recovery process was removal at intervals of the oxygen ttnt in which Eisenhower had been since Saturday afternoon, when he was hospitalized. The President was out of the tent three times Monday about 30 minutes each time. It is standard practice to place heart attack patients under oxygen to assure greater rest in the early, critical days. Meanwhile, the Denver White House announced it was putting no pressure on the Justice Department for a requested legal opinion concerning to what extent presidential-powers eould be delegated County Employe Gets Lost Purse Mrs. Minnie Moyer, Bellevue, who works as a deputy for County Auditor Charles J. Hammer, recovered a purse today for which she had just about given up hope. She lost her purse, last Friday afternoon while going to tier car near the county building, and it had no identification papers in it. She heard no more about it un til Fremont police called the courthouse telephone exchange this morning and asked if anyone up there had lost a purse. It soon developed that Mrs. Moyer had, and she was able to identify the purse and its con tents. She purchased the billfold while in Mexico last June, and it had the word "Mexico" written on the front of it. The purse was found on Court street about 4 p. m. Friday by Ralph Fiebiger. 1237 Cherry street. He turned it over to po lice at 8:15 o'clock this morning. in event of an emergency James C. Hagerty, Eisenhower's press secretary, said Vice President Nixon and Eisenhower aides had surveyed the situation and concluded that "there is nothing in the Immediate future that requires the President's signature, or anything that amounts to delegation of powers.". The entire situation undoubtedly will come up , for new study in Washington later in the week at meetings of the President's Cabinet and the National Security Council, the government's top policymaking unit on security matters. Nixon will preside at both sessions. On his arrival back in Boston Monday night. Dr. White said: "The President will be much better off to take up some of his duties than to worry over neglecting them while he recovers." , The physician indicated, how- C. Ot (J. Backs (Oontiflued from Paga 1) eludes schools, according to Ralnh Weltin, president of the Chamber, who presided last night. Back Board Flu The boaii went on record as favoring the plan oqtlined by the school board for a new high school building, renovation of the present building for a junior high as con-tained in the ballot on which voters will take action in November. The Chamber voted "not to pro- ceed at this time" with a proposal for a second and more detailed report of airport needs as proposed by C. L. Piper and R. K. Swab of Toledo. The men represent Stapteton, McDonnell and Barber of Toledo, and conduct engineering and field work for Leigh Fisher and Associ-ates of South Bend, Ind. The Fisher firm conducted a preliminary survey here, The second phase would take in such details as exact needs and site selections. Directors discussed briefly but took no action on proposals to spon- Mrs. Moyer said she would re ward the man who found it. Whirlpool Buys (Continued from Page 1) , production of some components of ever, that he was talking about the .its mechanical cotton picker. In period after the first two or three critical weeks. "After that," While said, "I would think that short conference sessions, perhaps studying a few papers, would not impede , his progress," ' A reporter asked White whether Eisenhower could be flown back to Washington in perhaps three weeks if recovery progressed nor mally. "Not to Washington," White plied, but perhaps to his farm home at Gettysburg, Pa. At the same tir.-.e White indicated he favored at least a month of hospital rest for the President. That probably means the chief executive will remain in Denver until at least the third week of October. At for Eisenhower's morale, White termed it "wonderful" and added that "he is a wonderful ria-tient." ' ' President Might (Continued from Pag 1.) be discussed and outlined. FINED, SENT TO JAIL Mrs. Mary Ann Fisher, 40, Clyde, was , arraigned by police Monday afternoon before Mayor John Col lins on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants. She was arrested Sunday in the 1300 block of east State street. She was fined $100, assesssd $8.70 costs and was sentenced to three days in county jail. VISITS NEW DELHI NEW DELHI ID-U.S, Sen. Ke-fauver (D-Tenn) arrived in the Indian capital early today for conferences with U.S. and Indian officials here. , Whirlpool Authorized Deal- Esch is the former Janet Schwartz, er. wasners ana uryers. in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton stallation nd Service. JO' Schwartz, Hickory street. Mr. andlseph's Dept. Store, Front and Mrs. Esch reside at 2508 Ash street 'Garrison. FE 2-5565. adv. in Fullerton. September 25 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stokes, ' George street, Clyde, became parents Sunday of a son at Bellevue hospital. MRS. KENNETH Skilled watch repair and Jewelry repair. Come in for free estimate. Rechherger's Jewelers, 122 S. Front St GERALD SMETZER, 13 YEAR old son of Mr, and Mrs. Raymond KESSLER.iSmetzer, Route 1, Clyde, is a September 26 Mr. and Mrs Donald Swaisgood, Helena, we parents of a son born at 2:35' p.m. in Memorial hospital. September 26 A son was born 1315 Buckland avenue, reported Patient at Gates Memorial hospital to police Monday at 1:08 p. Elria, where he will undergo that she had lost her glasses.! major surgery Wednesday. The Glasses have gold rims trimmed operation is an aftermath of an at- with white gold. jtack of polio that the youngster suffered when nine years old. mental in the production of this attack, or the high ' altitude at which he has been lately. "I believe . they have no influ ence in having precipitated this attack. . "We see these attacks come fre quently at sea level, and in people who never play golf. My own feel ing is that golf has been wrongly blamed, that, those who play golf and have an attack at the age of 65 might have had an attack at 45 if they hadn't played golf. Ther. was ahont $18 in the nurse.isor expansion and improvement of facilities ot two private airporis in the Fremont ateX The Chamber has on file propos-als from Joseph Slager, operator of Slager's airport north .of Fremont, and Al Jenkins, who has a strip south of the city. Charles Haube, chairman of the airport committee, said he would go along with the directors on whatever they decide. Weltin has , been appointed a member of the nominating committee for the Ohio Chamber of Commerce by its president H. W, Arnold, directors were informed. The. nominating committee will meet October 11 at Columbus to draw a slate for nine directors for three year terms and 14 ditectors for three year terms and 14 directors for three year terms. Victor C, Ballenger, , managing director, reported on progress in community planning and zoning, saying that a regional commission has been established and is work, ing on areas adjacent to as well as those inside the city. He also reported on presentation of Junior Fair trophies to Four-H and future Farmers of America winners at the county fair. He also asked directors 1o start on plans for the annual chamber meeting. when a line of products was dis continued and we will certainly make arrangements to do so in this case." McCaffrey said the Harvester Company will announce plans for employes who will be terminated because of the plant sale. ; The price of , the sale was not disclosed. Under the contract, Har vester is to deliver possession of the, plant to Whirlpobl-Seeger on December 30, 1955. unless Har vester requests a delay because of problems involved in the production of military rifles for the government, or in the transfer of any case, transfer of the property will not be. later than March 31, 1956. ' Harvester had owned the plant since May, 1946, when it purchased the property from the War Assets Administration. John S. Holl, vice president of the Seeger Division, said his company could make no immediate statement of its detailed plans for use of the Evansville plant. He estimated, however, that production in . it by Whirlpool-Seoger would probably not begin before the fall of 1956. Holl said the purchase of. the Harvester property would enable tiis company to meet its expanding needs for refrigeration industry and had been considering the construction of a new factory, there. The availability of the Harvester plant he said, would enable Whirlpool-Seeger to enlarge operations in Evansville sooner than would otherwise have been possible. Whirlpool Seeger " Corporation manufactures laundry appliances, ranges, air conditioning and re frigeration equipment which is sold in the U. S. and some 86 foreign countries. General office of the corporation is at St. Joseph, Michigan. Ojie of its biggest divisions is at Clyde. Newsmen Travel (Continued from Page 1.) eastbound traffic the other for ve hicles going west. i Pear Canfield, they inspected a don t think exercise itself is responsible. "In fact, I am of .the impression that it really helped to delay the onset of this (rather) than to cause it." White said he had had "many patients who have resumed golf, even who have started golf for the first time" after recovery from a heart attack "We just don't know, but we. typical maintenance building nous- ing an, we- men- and equipment necessary to maintain 30 miles of turpike. Also there for inspection was an Ohio State Highway Patrol car that polices the turnpike. Electronic toll equipment that classifies vehicles by weight while they are in motion and the turnpike's two-way radio system were demonstrated at the East-gate terminal toll plaza. The other group drove over the Maumee River twin bridges which span the largest river crossed by me rurnpiKe. At tne Stony Ridce Toledo Interchange the newsmen saw new Ohio 120, which joins the turnpike, and the Toledo Express way wnicn eventually will s-pread out to the Ohio . Michigan line. At Elmore in Portage Countv. they inspected a typical mainte nance building. This is the headquarters for the western maintenance division. A highway patrol car was on hand. At the Fremont-Port Clinton Interchange, they saw the type of training toll collectors are getting on' dealing with the public, and a demonstration of . the two-way radio setup. - Duck Feeding Charges Heard In U.S. Court TOLEDO, O. U. S. Commissioner John J. Barone has instructed attorneys for the federal government and for Harry P. Gottron. Sr., Harry P. Gotron, Jr., and Philip Gottron to prepare briefs in the next 10 days on which we will base a decision concerning charges against the Fremont residents of using feed to lure ducks. ' The charge was filed last December 4, and all three pleaded innocent July 22. Their trial was conducted Mon day before Commissioner Barone, the decision being withheld pending the filing of the briefs. HIT BY TRUCK, KILLED ZANESVILLE, Ohio JP Fred Lichner, 77, of Zanesville, died early today when hit by a truck on U. S. 40, two miles east of here. The state highway patrol said the driver of the vehicle was not held. Miloganite is the best fertiliz er for fall use, Fangboner Seed. Co. . . . LEADERSHIP TRAINING adv. I School of the Hayes Memorial a- l . . , n i.vieinoaisi parisn oegins ai i ;ju p. FOS- m. tonight at the church. Two at 1:50 p.m. in Memorial hospital; loria recreation board is con-jclass periods and one devotional to Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schrickel, Isidering methods of presenting the, period will be conducted Tuesday. of Clyde. Ineed for passage of a tax levy for 'Wednesday and Thursday, of this RECENTLY FORMED week and next, beginning at 7:30 p.m. each evening.Courses for each department of the church school are being offered, with credit from the International Council of Re ligious Education being given. -::- y Dr. Nunemaker. Ffc 2.1.103. adv. AN ITEM ABOUT THE DEATH c Mrs. Oscar Druckenmiller, Rice township, should have read that she and Mr. Druckenmiller were married November 26, 1912. Serv-ices will be Wednesday at 10:30 a. m. at Weller-Wonderly funeral home. . I Eddie And Debbie Finally Make It GROSSINGER, N. Y. JP Sing er Eddie Fisher and actress Deb bie Reynolds were married Mon. day night at the Catskill Moun tains resort where Eddie embark ed six years ago on his career to stardom. Sullivan County-Judge Lawrence Cooke presided at a three-minute ceremony attended only by some 30 relatives and close friends. This was the first marriage for both the 26-year-old Eddie and the 23-year-old Debbie. Augusta M. Neusiis Dead In Woodville 79, of Farm Home Official Dies During Vacation TIFFIN, O.-Services will he Wednesday at 2 p. m. in Old Trinity Episcopal church for Henry B. Swearingen, 61, who died Sat urday alter a heart attack suffpr. ed while on vacation at Bonnfield, near North Bay, Ont. Mr.' Swear ingen was vacationing with Clvdp Peeler, of Kansas, O. Supervisor for the Federal Farm Home Administration in Seneca, Hancock, Crawford and Wyandot counties, he had been with the agency since 1935 and previously - associated with the Farm Bureau. He was a 1916 Ohio State University graduate and a Phi Kanna Pys. He was a member of Tiffin ruwanis ciun, American Legion, Masonic Lodge, Bloom Grant and the Episcopal church. Mis. Augusta M. Neusiis, widow of Frederick Neusiis, Woodville, died at 6:15 p. m. Monday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Franklin Rolf, Woodville. She had been in ailing health for sometime. Friends may , call at the Mollgaard funeral homa until 11 a. m. Thursday when the body will be removed to Solomon Lutheran church for services at 2 p". m. with Dr. Paul W. Nesper officiating. Interment will be in Woodville cemetery. , A native of Gros Bisdors, Ger many, Mrs. neusiis came to me United States at. the age of one year. She was a daughter of the late -Carl F. and Augusta Bahls Kaemming born -July 13. 1876. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Elda Hollensen, Richmond, Ind,; Mrs. Lora Sprang, New York City; Mrs. Olga Rolf, Woodville; a son, Frederick C, New Haven, Ind. Ml grandchildren and six brothers, Harmon, Toledo; William, Henry and Otto, all ef Woodville; John, Gibsonburg, and Carl, Chilicotlie, O. , The deceased was an active member of Solomon Lutheran church. Weather, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Chicago, rain Detroit, cloudy Des Moines, cloudy Grand Rapids, rain Indianapolis, clofldy Marquette, rain Milwaukee, rain Helena, cloudy Albuquerque, clear Los Angeles, cloudy . Denver, clear Fort Worth, clear Kansas City, cloudy Memphis,, cloudy Boston, clear Cleveland, cloudy" Atlanta, cloudy Miami, clear Mpls.-St. Paul, cloudv Omaha, clear S. Ste Marie, rain Traverse City, rain Portland, rain Seattle, cloudy Phoenix, clear Salt Lake City, clear San Francisco, cloudy Oklahoma City, clear St. Louis, cloudy Louisville, cloudy iew York, clear his wuc, iorma, a son and daughter ,a sister and brotherlWashinci ,urvive' iNew Orleans, clear 80 60 62 54 59 55 62 52 73 58 56 50 62 56 66 39 81 54 72 61 85 40 90 74 89 63 88 6D 6fi 48 62 51 74 61 86 78 57 53 57 50 57 45 47 52 72 59 60 55 90 80 83 42 84 47 8fl 86 73 87 81 64 84 54 67 52 92 TS

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