The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on October 22, 1948 · Page 3
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Sandusky, Ohio
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Friday, October 22, 1948
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Ebright, Armstrong Bid For 2nd Highest Paid State Job Fourth of ft Scries • By TED S. ALEXANDER COLUMBUS, O., Oct. 22 (UP) —The Nov. 2 election race for state treasurer will be a return bout between Treasurer Don H. Ebright, Republican, and Harry V. Armstrong, La Rue, Democrat. Ebright is seeking his sixth consecutive two-year term as treasurer. Armstrong, a tax consultant and accountnnt, won the Democratic nomination for that office in 1944 but was defeated for election. Before making his first succcss- , ful race for treasurer, Ebright was city finance director at Akron. He is a strong vote puller in Ohio and several times has led the Republican ticket with large majorities. The term of slate treasurer in ivvo years commencing Jan. 10, 1949, and ending on the second Monday in January, 1951. Ohio's treasurer is the highest paid elective state official or officer except the governor. He will receive approximately $11,000 a year—$8,500 from the state and the balance from various conservancy districts for serving as their treasurer' and handling their bonds. The state salary was raised by the legislature effective with the new term from $6,500 to $fi,500. Brief biographical sketches of the nominees follow: REPUBLICAN Don H. Ebright, 4fc\ Akron. Present state trcasuror, serving fifth term. Born Sept. 17, 1902, in Columbus, O. Educated in public schools and Ohio State university. Cashier in state treasury, 1927-31, after having previously served two years as a clerk. Liquidator, state department of bangs, 1933. Subsequently engaged in commercial banking. Appointed Akron city finance director in 1936. Held this post until 1938, when he was elected state treasurer. Re-elected treasurer in T940, 1942. 1944 and 1946. Married, two children. ^ DEMOCRAT Harry V. Armstrong, 58, La Rue. Tax consultant, accountant. Born July 18, 1890, at Newark, O. Educated in public schools, Denison university and Ohio Slate university. feepuly treasurer, Lucas-co. 1933-41. Previously had been auditor and accountant for private firms. Paymaster, Scioto ordnance plant, during recent war. Defeated for Democratic nomination for state treasurer in 1942. Nominated for treasurer In 1944. defeated at election. '. Defeated for renomination in 3f»46. Won nomination again at i948 primary. Married. f) _ Q HURON COUNTY COURT NOTES Aiit»tHif,mmt —Jfeftsl ^ r ° m w ^ ere I Slt •" ^ oe Marsh I'm Glad We're "Different!" There's a lot of difference of opinion in our county on the best kind of pasture. Some say alfalfa mixed with brome grass—others •ay mixed with oats or barley. But •11 agree that a mixture's better than a single crop. I sometimes think people are the «ame way—and the strength of —America is its intxture of so many different strains—some from one country, some from another—right down to little differences: like folks who have a tasto-for beer and -those who prefer cider. From where I sit, so long as we never become intolerant of one another's different tastes—so long as we live together with our differences, and even supplement them the way brome grass does alfalfa, then we're a mighty good crop! So neighbor—enjoy your cider while I enjoy my beer! Vote for .your candidate—I'll stand by mine! But never let our differences divide us! Copyright, 1948, United States Brewers Foundation NORWALK, Oct. 22—Howard Gallagher, arrested by the state highway patrol on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquors, through his attorneys, changed his plea from innocent to guilty In open court. He was fined $200 and costs and his license suspended for two years. CASE DISMISSED The case of Tom Sazdanoff, Norwalk, and Tony Sazdanoff, Mansfield, vs Vangel H Panes was dismissed without prejudice by Judge Luther Van Horn at costs to the plaintiffs. The suit involved an agreement between the parties concerning the Courthouse Cafe. JUDGMENT ORDERED Judgment by confession in favor of the Skill-Craft Home, Inc., was ordered against A. S. Thomas and D. P. "Whiting for $3,228.21. RESTRAINING ORDER Harry Shoemaker, Norwalk, being sued for divorce by his wife, Frances, on grounds of neglect and cruelty, was restrained by the court from calling upon the plaintiff, abusing her and interfering or molesting her in any manner. They were married August 2, 1947, and have one child. DIVORCE GRANTED Ruth Montgomery, Willard, was granted a divorce from her husband, Lloyd, same village, on grounds of neglect, and cruelty. They were married Sept. 8, 1944, and have no children. MOTION OVERRULED A motion seeking an increase in support money by the plaintiff in the divorce action of Louise J. Ellis vs James E. Ellis was overruled. ORDERS JUDGMENT Judge Van Horn ordered that judgment be taken on a cognovit note in favor of White and Reefer, a partnership, vs Frank M. Croft for $3,101.92 with interest at six percent. #©BE€LO£UJtE-^AimON Placid Legion Meet Ends, Texan Wins Over War 2 Foes MIAMI, FLA., Oct. 22 (UP) — Some 30,000 members of the American Legion straggled out of Miami toward home today after the mo3t placid national convention in the Legion's 30-year history. In their last business yesterday, the delegates elected 56-year-old S. Perry Brown, Beaumont, Tex , national commander to succeed James F. O'Neil of New Hampshire. Brown, veteran of both world wars and the candidate of the Legion's so-called "old guard," won an easy first-ballot victory over two opponents, both World War II veterans. Thus an attempt by the younger element to "take over control" of the Legion was defeated and the World War I "old guard" remained in power. » Meeting on a "preparedness" theme, the delegates approved resolutions calling • for immediate enactment of universal military training legislation and urged Con- - , wi.i. 22, I'M A foreclosure actionto~collect on a promissory note of $392.62 was filed by the Savings and Loan Banking Co., New London, with Errest and Evelyn Sands, Greenwich, the Shiloh Savings Bank Co.. and H. Burton Bracy, trustee in bankruptcy for Sands PROBATE COURT Assets of the Joseph W. •— SAVE AT BROWNWORTH'S W Cfl . in a H M O O X M H < Ui > 33 H BS O O 63 H < Ui fl> Cfl Cfl o D I SAVE AT BROWNWORTH'S — SAVE AT BROWNWORTH'S — > BEAUTY RANGE.... I © The Complete \ NEW ODIN GAS RANGE 1 H X O O as n H < Ui > CO CO 33 H © O H < < cfl Cfl H O JS «o a 63 H i H 73 Cfl is 03 > W • H W W O O S3 H a CO Schwan estate released without administration. Real estate transfer approved : i the Katherine W. Hartcr estate. setters of administration issued to Bcrnice Focllcr in the George Atwater estate. Bond of $1,000 ordered. MARRIAGE LICENSE Virgil Kissel, farmer, and Eve Carnahan, at home, both Greenwich. \ gress to outlaw Communists in the I United States. It condemned the Russian block ade of Berlin as an "act of ag gression which could kindle the flames of war" and hammered repeatedly on the idea of "keeping America strong to guard tho peace." One surprise was the Legion's reversal of a 30-ycar stand against soldier pensions. The convention urgfcd the federal government to grant veterans of both world wars old age stipends beginning at age 55. Another surprise was the comparative calm of the usually- riotous delegates. The national leadership put a quietus on potential rowdyism with a warning that unseemly conduct would be punished with expulsion from the Legion. King*" Daughters Pick Fremont Woman OHIO MASONS ELECT COLUMBUS, Oct. 22 (AP)—L. •mic ". Dayton, w a s elected grand master at the closing .. .ii oi i lie i3Hi .h annual communication of the grand lodge of Ohio, Free and Accepted Masons, yesterday. Other officers included Dillon Crist, Alliance, grand treasurer; Thomas M. Reber, Upper Sandusky, grand orator; and Ed M. Jenkins. Winona, Colunibiana- co, grand tyler. NEWARK. Oct. 22 (UP^—Members of the Ohio King's Daughters nnd Sons headed for home today after electing Miss Maude Tindell, Fremont, vice president of the group during its 55th annual convention here. Other officers chosen at the close of the convention yesterday include Mrs. Martin Lind.blom, Bellefontaine, treasurer; Mrs. Anna Coon, Fostoria, trustee, and Mrs. Martin Johnson, Medina, chairman of the young women's department. The Bicnniel terms of president and secretary do not expire until next year. 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