The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on October 13, 1952 · Page 3
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Legion Post Here Sponsors Program At Crile Hospital Will Be Presented Tuesday Evening In Cleveland, Dinner, Meeting Wednesday Night. Members of Commodore Denig Post, American Legion, and the Auxiliary are co-sponsors for a program, of entertainment to be presented on Tuesday evening for patients at Crile V. A. Hospital in Cleveland. A bus, carrying those presenting the program, will leave here at 4:45 p. m. and others will provide their own transportation. Reinhardt N. Ausmus is serving as chairman lor the Crile presentation and it is produced and directed by Elmer Rife. His orchestra will provide the music and others in the cast: include Peter Pal- mison, Jr., Mimi Schwenson. Jeanine and Darlene Emmerick, Bertha Hawk, Johnny Warren and his hillbilly band, Towsend Grange of Vickery in an exhibition of old time square dancing, the Cochran Majorettes of Port Clinton, featuring the Swiss flag swingers, Frances Bachtel, baton twiiier. Sharon Carnek and Katherine Kocsis. Following the program, refreshments will be served the hospital patients. % On Wednesday evening of this week, a regular dinner meeting of Denig Post will be held at 6:30. A program will be presented at the dinner by SPEBSQSA members and members of the Legion Junior baseball team this year will be guests. The post meeting follows the diner. Future events for Legion mem bei's include a feather party on Oct. 25 at the club rooms; a Hal­ lowe'en party on Nov. 1, and an election nigh]: party on Nov. 4. 400 Rubber Workers On Strike, Fremont FREMONT, Oct., 13—Fremont's third major labor strike of the year began last midnight when 400 workers at the ' Fremont Rubber Co. walked off their jobs in support of wage demands and a new health and welfare program. The workers, represented by Local 441 of the ClO-United Rubber Workers, are seeking a 35-cent hourly pay boost and a company paid health and accident plan. r J lie company reportedly has offered a seven-cent increase and some improvement on the welfare program. The strike deadline was set Oct. 5 and negotiations under the supervision of the federal mediation service during the week failed to reach a settlement. States Russia On War-Footing In Short Time MOSCOW, Oct. 13 (INS1 — Soviet. Marshal Nikolia Bulganin, in a Friday speech published today, said that Russian economy is convertible to a war-footing in the shortest possible time. But Bulganin told the Communist Party congress in Moscow Retired Newspaperman Dies Of Throat Cancer CINCINNATI. Oct. 13 (AP) Robert C. Harris, former associated managing editor of the Cincinnati Times-Star, died at Deaconess Hospital Sunday night—ending his losing Bout with cancer of the throat. "Bob" Harris, who forgot his stage ambitions to spend 4S^)f his j 66 years as a newspaperman, had jretired from his editorship about ia vear ago due to his illness. He congress in Moscow| wen { t0 Colorado for special treat- that the five-year plan directives| menl of ' his a j| ment . Harris was prove that the Russian ,people! acimiUed t0 tne hospital Julv 31 are devoting their efforts to! afte ,. hj s return to his home city. peaceful construction and are not; . striving for war. j PLAN 'S TO RESIGN OPEN* MARINE UNION MEET , CLEVELAND: Oct. 13 i.-P)— Thej CIO. Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuildinfg Workers opensj its 16th annual convention hereto-; day. | THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-NEWS Monday/ October 13, 1952 Cold is the absence of heat and at 460 degrees below zero Fahrenheit it is impossible to get any colder. THE MEDICINE SHE NEEDED—Mrs. Elwood Dwinell, of Pasco.. Wash., German war bride, smiles with happiness as she is reunited with her son by a former marriage, Uwe Mahlfild. Doctors declared that she was wasting away from the effects of an illness, which had been aggravated by longing for her son. Neighbors raised funds that paid for the 7000-mile flight which brought her son to her, from Germany. (NEA Telephotoi. Real Estate transfers (Erie County Title Co.) Alvin Koch to American Tele phone and Telegraph Co. 0.1722 acres Milan-tp. William Smild to Dorman Goebel lot 25 Oxford-tp. Raymond E. Ernest estate to Carolyn A. Ernest part lot 212 48th-st. • EJton H. and Providence Krueger to Grace Scott part lot 8 64 Shelby-st. Mary Eva Waddle, et al to Rob ert J. and Janet W. Koegle 43.436 acres Florence-tp. Elizabeth A. and Wright M. Stein to Fcrd and Amy Segna part lot 40 Main-st, Huron. Glen M. Hommel et al to Horn Tool & Die Co. Inc., lots 8, 10, 12 and 14 Cowdery-st. Augusta Proy to Carl W. Proy Campbell-st. Zavitz Beatty to Burton Laylin 60.93 acres Hu Another of Friday's speakers was Maurice, -Thorez. secretary general of the French Communist Party, French TOLEDO. Oct. 13 (INS)—Toledo Safety Director Edward de Angelo has announced that he plans who claimed that the';to resign a s soon as tie is "clear- people "wijl never go to led" of .32 misconduct charges made war against the Soviet Union.** i hy City Councilman Fred Young. BetterCougfi Relief When new drugs or old fail to help | your cough or chest cold don't delay.] Oeomulsion contains only safe, help ; ful, proven ingredients and no narcotics to disturb nature's process. It goes into the bronchial system to aid nature soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please or your druggist refunds money. Creomulsion has stood (he test of manv millions of users. CREOMULSION relieves Coughs. 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Eugene H. and Helen MSA Agent In Formosa Killed In Bridge Fall TAIPEH, Formosa, Oct. 13 (AP)—Dr.,James A. Monroe of the U. S. - Mutual Security Agency in Formosa, fell to' his death from a bridge yesterday while climbing Mt. Alishan in Central Formosa. j Several U. S. authorities loft j Taipeh today to recover the body. | The agency, for which Dr. Monroe was senior program analyst, declined to disclose his hometown or details of his death. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS M. Wob- scr to Kenneth C. and Irene M. Oeder lot 510 Putnam-st. Granvill Haley to Jack Farrar and Frances Craig Jots 67 and 68 Arthur-st. Robert S. and Mildred K. Millar to Shirley E. Penn part lots 11 and 13 McDonough-st. Ethel Brushaber to Vernon L. and Pauline M. Wakefield part lot 22 McKinley-st. John P. and Mary Jane Fedlam to Mrs. Willie Mae Jones and Mrs. Minnie, Reynolds lot 1085 Parish- st. William R. Henry to George F. and Ruth L. 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