The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on February 8, 1955 · Page 11
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 11

Sandusky, Ohio
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Tuesday, February 8, 1955
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In Vltw of th% Ntwa— REDS WOO PEACE ATOM BUT BLAST U.S. 'PURPOSES' B .T JOHN If. MARTIN INS Foreign Director The Soviet Union and related Communist newspapers arc talking much these days about nuclear energy "for peaceful purposes" while simultaneously accusing the United States of threatening to use atomic wtapons. The Chinese Reds are the latest fo join the chorus from the Kast. The Peiping government leveled the usual attacks against the U.S. government and said that "with Soviet help China will quickly master the technique of using atomic energy." The Soviet camp has been silent through the years about atomic energy — except for periodic statements that the U.S.S.U. is forging steadily ahead in the race with the United States. Of course, the accent has been on "peaceful purposes" mainly. But now the big propaganda machine of the Soviet Union and the satellite nations has started to talk a lot about atomic energy. The Soviet and other Red newspapers speak of the "mam^iliceiit < generosity" of the Moscow regime: in offering to share with the ping government and the east Kur- opean satellites the professed sc-' crets of harnessing atomic power' tor industry and "peaceful purposes." All these stories arc contrasted with what is said to be the "atomic menace" and war threats ol" the "atomic mad men" in Ihcj west. Soviet started the i campaign in the official govern-1 ipent newspaper Izvcsiia. A Mr. j Osipov referred to Soviet willing-' ness to do a little sharing of secrets. Soon the journal of the Soviet-, directed cominform states called "tor a lasting peace, for a people's democracy," echoed the line ..which said the United States was preparing to use A-bombs and 11-j bombs against the peoples' democ -i racies while.the great Soviet Union' was exerting its efforts to harness) nuclear energy for the betterment! of mankind. j Then the Polish, Czechoslovak!-i an, Romanian, East German and! other Communists joined in prais-l ing the Kremlin offer of a demonstration of the great strength of the Soviet Union in the atomic field. Behind all this campaign, of course, is the studied effort of the Communists to make the subject peoples work harder in the indus-jger stockpile of atomic armaments trial field, to produce more arma- than the western nations, mcnts and sacrifice the consumer I goods industry by picturing the} United States as an "aggressor" on the verge of striking them. The campaign also carries the Implication that the Soviet Union and its satellites will build a big- r,K. act ion past e Health BRl'SII-OFF — |>an Micharlson and Gross Nash «. with a Paul Bunyon-size collapsible metal lube o( and toothbrush to stir up interest in Children's Week. Feb. 7-13. o into tooth- Denial Sovereign Immunity In Ohio May Get Tossed Out By New Bill CUl.UM IJUS thai "the king was tossed on live b.v the V, 1 1NS 1 —The theory can do no wrong" its royal prcroga- nglish in 1047. But dis- ls till and hopes firmly entrenched the State Bar Aslo change it this the idea in Ohio social ion jear. A bill to make the--stale liable for damages has been introduced! in the Ohio house of representatives by Robert I''. Groncman i R-' Cincinnati i and Codric A. Stanley i R-YV'arrcn 1 . It wa* drawn up by I a committee of the bar associa-' tion — which has been trying to, kill I he idea of "sovereign immu-i nity" for 22 years. During the lastj session a bill passed both houses! but was vetoed by Governor Lausche. As of today, if a citizen is hit by a state car or truck, or suffers any other loss at I he hands of the stale, it's just loimh. The only way he can collect, if damages ex­ ceed $200, is through special pensatiou of the legislature. Companion iWcasurc The federal government and 22 states have abolished sovereign immunity and opened themselves up to courts of law. "We feel there is no longer any justification for I he sovereign immunity concept.'' the liar association reports. "Ohio can. and often does, do wrong and injured citizens have the right to recover in court from the state." This year a companion measure is being introduced to take immunity away from township andj county governments as well. At present, counties can be sued onlyj in a few instances, although cities! are open to many suits. . i REIDER SPEECH AT DAYTON OFF AS WHIP CRACKS COI,IMBi!S, Feb. * (INS) —The crack of the Democratic party's disciplinary whip today caused the cancellation of a scheduled Dayton speech Wednesday night b.v Robert \\. Reider. Port Clinton publisher and outspoken critic of Governor Lausche and Democratic State Chairman Eugene II. Hanhart. Reider. defeated last November for secretary ot state, keeps his hand in the political pot now as special assistant to the Democratic minority ot the house ol representativ e.v Monday he announced that he would "amplify his remarks" about Governor Lausche and Hanhart during ihc Dayton speech. He had charged that the Democrats could not win state elections with Lausche and Hanhatt at the party helm However. House Minority Leader James MeGottrick Monday night announced that the speech had been cancelled. He refused to give a reason, telling news men they could draw their own conclusions. Reider exhibited a letter showing that the Dayton Yoiin*.: Democratic Club had itself cancelled the address on the ground that Ihc program already had been arranged. IUJT S F V I. It A L Democratic house members, headed by Rep. A. G. Lancione <D-Belmont >, had demanded a party caucus to discipline Reider if he continued his attacks on Ihc governor. They even threatened to call a rump' session of their own if NlcGettrick — Reider's close personal friend - failed to act. Reider. for his part, refused comment when asked if the cancellation of ihc speech meant he would quit his SI2-a-day post as aide to the Democratic house minority. Seed Potato Importer No Law Violator [REGISTER STAR-N*WS M Sandusky. O., Tuet.. Feb. I, 1955 He who heshotes hos test the lost sect on the bus, • »**• "Jimmy" Caborn, Cartoonist, Is Taken By Death Clevelandcr Who Dtd Snorts Free- l.ancc Work For The Sandusky Register, Was Fremont Native. Funeral 1 Jimmy > Cleveland services Caborn, for James D. widely-known WASHINGTON, Feb. 8 UNSi--- The Supreme Court held Monday that an importer did not violate the law in importing Canadian seed potatoes in 1948 which eventually found their way to tables contrary to an agreement with Canada. The United States had losi district and appeals court decisions in its effort to prosecute Guy \V. Capps, Inc., for allowing the seed potatoes to go on the food market and cause the U. S. loss in potato price supports. The goverment appealed. The unanimous Supreme Court decision, delivered by Justice Hal­ oid Burton, held that Capps had not shown bad With. The court said: "In sum. all re- cartoonist, who died ^Pendent did was to sell seed po- Monday, were being arranged at |tatoes. labeled as seed Firemen To Dance Dairying ranks second to cotton in farm income in Mississippi. CATAWBA ISLAND. Feb. 8 — Catawba Island Volunteer Fire Department will join the Port Clinton Playmakers to sponsor a cabaret dance at the Catawba community hall on Feb. 19. The firemen will IK.VC their annual entertainment, .i dinner-dance at the Jai Lai Club in Gypsum, with their wil'es quests this Saturday. i Cleveland today Mr. Caborn, 44. whose "Front Seats" and "Little Rodney" cartoons were regular Plain Dealer features, was stricken with flu \ and pneumonia seven weeks ago. He died in Lakewood Hospital, where he had been a patient the last three weeks. A native of Fremont, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Caborn. After his graduation from Fremont Ross High school in 1928, Mr. Caborn became a free-lance artist. During his early free-lance career, he did sports cartooning for The Sandusky Register. When a son was born in 1943 to Mr. Caborn and his wife, the former Lucille Platte of Sandusky, he was named Rodney C, after the popular cartoon character. Mr. Caborn left the Plain Dealer to enter the Army in November, 1943. and after six months' training he was sent to New Caledonia with the South Pacific Base Command. He was put on the staff of the Southwest Pacific Daily Ne~\vs7 i.n Army newspaper, as a cartoonist anvr later was assigned to draw cartoons fo rthc Manila Daily Pacific. After the occupation of Japan he became a cartoonist for the Stars and Stripes in Tokyo. Surviving, in addition to his son and his former wife, now living in North Miami Beach, Fla.. is an .Mint. Mrs. John Linck of Fremont, a patient in Fremont Memorial Hospital. potatoes, in seeding time to concerns which normally dealt in seed potatoes." SKETCHES BY BfcN BURROUGHS • • * "MFMORV'S TENDER KISS" It seems like only yesterday . . . since F was just a kid . . . a space of time short as a breath . . . that memory has hid ... a nnunerU in eternity . . that faclod all too soon . . . before I scarcely had a glimpse of childhood's golden June . . how swift do happy hours go . . . like fallen stars on high . . . staying for a moment then . . . forever passing by . . . but always in the midst of life ... is memory's embrace ... to let me recall olden times . . and meet them face 1o face . . . God gave the world a precious gift , . . when He gave memory . . for throuyh it we can turn hack time . . . to days of used-to-be ' . . and though my happy moments fly ... to take away mv bliss ... 1 can regain the most of them . . . through memory's tender kiss. as St. Lous. Mo., is limited to an <trca of 61 square miles. 2 NYC Excursions From Sandusky To New York Planned Three New York Central sponsored four-day excursions from Chicago and certain Indiana stations and two from Toledo and Sandusky to New York City will be j offered this spring, S. W. Bone, Chicago, passenger traffic manager, announced. The all-expense "long week-end" tours, which have met with continued success since first introduced by the Central two years ago, include not only round-trip rail transportation, but certain meals enroutc, hotel accomoda-i tions, a night club visit and sightseeing. Transportation will be on the; Central's deluxe coach train, the | f acemakcr. The lour will include two nights at the Hotel Commodore in New York City, The excursion includes train fare, federal transportation tax. hotel accommodations, reserved seats, an evening at the Latin Quarter in New York, a day of sight-seeing, a tour of the United Nations building, all transfers, baggage handling and tips and a pillow on the train. Toledo and Sandusky passengers will receive breakfast on the "going" trip and dinner on their return ride. Eddie, Debbie To Wed June 17 HOLLYWOOD. Feb 8 'UP> Actress Debbie Reynolds and Singer Kddie Fisher will be married in Southern California June 17 on the anniversary ol tlietr first date, according to the bride's parents. Debbie's parents. Mr. and Mrs Raymond Reynolds, announced the wedding date Monday but said no details had been worked out yet on where the ceremony will be held. Miss Reynolds now is in New York where she has been making personal appearances in connection with her latest movie, "Hit the Deck." Fisher also is in the East, hut is expected here in a few weeks. PRODUCTS. INC. HEATING OIL 1832 Milan Rd. Ph. 347 V.B.M0RR0W.D.C CHIR0PRACT0 523 JACKSON ST. PHONE ,5.4 2? Despite the campaign initiated by the Soviets, however, there is no announcement yet on just when and how Red China and the east European satellites will be given any significant part of the atomic secrets; unearthed by the Kremlin. We of the Sandusky Office SLUSH DOESN'T BELONG ON YOUR LIVING ROOM RUG! Gi** roar home lovely, lasting protection wnh RAY -O-LITE translucent fiberglass Door Hoods! They will last a house-time and keep their bright beauty for life! M «*«t «c «*r *4 ».*»r FrancHit* and ot lay-O-UU Corf- ol Am *nca RAY-O-LITE THE ORIGINAL FIBERGLASS AW N I N GS Inmate<i But Sot Duplicated CALL US TODAY f O * flff tSTIMAJt FHA Financing NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 MONTHS TO PAY Bowers Home Specialties Your Exclusive RAY-O-LITE Dealer 1012 SHELBY ST. PHONE 5057 WESTERN and SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE CO. To Express Our Gratitude To the citizens of the Sandusky area for their acceptance and co-'operation in helping bring 1st honors in the Nation, thus bringing the Presidents Trophy to the Sandusky office. The winning district has to be a leader in th irty production and management items, we are quite proud to have the trophy for the second consecutive year, and realize that this fine record is possible only through your recognition and acceptance. LEADING ASSOCIATE MANAGERS from Sandusky Included RICHARD D. SPITZER who |.)ltici'(! Llnd in the Nalmn in Jmnt l!eMilt> and 2nd in Production. WALTER F. KEHNERT Placed 7th m .lomt Results and 3rd in Production. WILLARD C. HOFFMAN Placed »ih Production. Joint Results and Hth m LEADING PRODUCERS included WALTER G. BABCOCK Who was 1st in the nation among all agents in Joint Results and 1st in Production. FABER A. McKENNA Who placed 5th in Joint Results and fith in Production. CLARENCE J. RIEDY Who placed 13th in Joint Results and ltith in Production. HERMAN H. KING Manager of Western & Southern 's Sandusky office aj$ain W iui iiv^t honors in the nation in Joint Results and i*roduetiun. MEMBERS OF THE SANDUSKY DISTRICT Charles K. Alexander Waller G. Babcock Eugene D. Charles Clarence E. Dahm John J. DoMarco Melvin C. Emery Arthur T. Erickson Robert L. Fink Willard T. Glasmyer Leo J. Granfield Nancy Graihwol Robert O. Gralz Howard C. Greening Willard C. Hoffman Thurman M. Hummel William J. Ilg. Jr. Corrine Jackson Carol Ann Johnson Walter F. Kehneri James E. Kelley Herman H. King Albert J. LaFleur. Jr. Robert J. Lee Ruth Jean Leidorf Betty Jean Macintosh Mark L. Manning Frederick J, Martin Donald R. Matheson Faber A. McKenna Alrie E. Miller Richard H. Millott Lyle J. MuehUeld Carl E. Neese Alton P. Nissen Harold L. Peat Clarence J. Riedy Joseph J, Rose Charles C. Sanders Oscar C. Schmid Leland C. Sheriff Harry B. Showal* Richard D. Spitz* Lloyd R. Swan Charles D. 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