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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio • Page 3

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio • Page 3

Sandusky, Ohio
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mU NOV. .18, 1960 SANDUSKY REGISTER Nab 20 Suspects To Halt Dope Ring MURDER SHOCKS OHIO Ohio, is a fearful imall town (pop. 2,500) since the sex-murder of Nancy Eagleson, person to see her alive was her sitter, Cheryl, 5, above, who saw Nancy dragged into a stranger's car as they were returning home. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Donald Eagleson, are at left. (NEA Telephotos) DeSoto Line Dropped By Chrysler By JACK VANDENBERG DETROIT (UPI) Chrysler Corp. will halt all production of its De Soto line next month and there will be no car with the DeSoto name plate for at least another year, auto industry sources said today. The sources said the halt ofj production on the De Soto next month will signify the end of that name on cars of the size and i description of the current models. The corporation is considering introducing a small sports car in 1962 and using the De Soto nameplate on it, but the history of De Soto'as a standard passenger car will come to an end next month, the sources said.

The Dodge and Chrysler divisions of Chrysler already are signing up dealers who now carry the De Soto line. The nation's third largest auto, maker paved the way for ending production of the De Soto when it introduced its 1961 models earlier this year. It offered the DeSoto in only one model and aiowed the Chrysler Division to crowd into the already cramped market of the De Soto by introducing a new "economy" model or the Chrysler. So far this year, Chrysler has produced only bout 9,000 De Sotos, including about 2,400 1961 models. That's about .33 per cent of the total American car market.

A year ago De Soto accounted for about .77 per cent of the American car market. During September, when dealers were offering bargains in an attempt to clean up their stocks of 1960 model cars, only 1,243 De Sotos were sold, fewer than any other make of American car except the low-volume luxury car, Imperial. It will be a year ago Saturday that the last casualty in the auto industry, Ford Motor's Edsel, was officially pronounced dead. Animals Have Very Short Hair MADISON, Wis. (UPI)-A wild game expert says animals are expecting a mild winter.

Dr. N. O. Calloway of the Grand Marsh (Wis.) Wildlife Ranch predicted a mild winter because "all the North American buffalo, long horn cattle, elk and deer have exceptionally short hair this year. Their hides are barely covered." DAYTON (UPI) Authorities Thursday night arrested 20 suspects in breaking up a $10,000 a week narcotics ring that was reported in operation in Columbus and Southwestern Ohio.

Four of the persons arrested were charged with illegal possession and sale of heroin. Four other suppliers were sought. Sixteen arrested were described as suspected addicts. A special session of the grand jury Thursday night handed down a total of 27 indictments against the eight suspected suppliers. The wholesale arrests were the result of 10 weeks investigation by two undercover agents supplied by the Cincinnati police department.

Vice squad detective Paul Allen posed as a fugitive mail thief from Indianapolis and a dope addict. Fellow officer James Chil- dres posed as his friend. i Det. Lt. Richard C.

Graundish; said Allen and Childres managed to worm their way into the narcotics pushers "inner circle." Agents Make Purchases Grundish said the two agents made three to six "buys" of heroin, involving two to four caps of the drug, from each of the eight persons indicted. He said marked money sprinkled with fluorescent powder was used in the transactions. Grundish said the ring had been in operation about six months, bring in a weekly supply of un-l cut heroin worth an $10,000 from Chicago. He said the drug was cut, processed and then delivered to users in Columbus, Cincinnati, Springfield, Hamilton, Middletown and Xenia at $4 a capsule. Grundish figured about $2,000 worth of the drug was sent to Cincinnati and about $1,000 each week to the other cities, with the remainder being distributed here.

Under arrest were Joe and Robert Ramey, Charles Goff and Charles Hicks, all of Dayton. They were indicted on a total of 16 counts of illegal possession and sale of heroin. Goff and Robert Ramey were being held when the indictments were handed down. Goff had been picked up two weeks ago after 24 heroin capsules were found in his car during a routine investigation. Ramey was in jail for violation of parole on a burglary charge.

Identifies Fugitives Grundish identified the four men being sought as Innian Kenamore, Thomas Hanks Leon Winfrey and James Turner, all of Dayton. He said the Cincinnati policemen were brought into the investigation "after we realized our men are too well known and the suspects were able to second guess our traditional methods in narcotics work." Dayton police contacted Gus Ginetz, chief of the Cincinnati federal narcotics bureau, who suggested using Cincinati policemen. "We consider this a new step for law enforcement," Grundish He figured Allen and Childres helped "wipe out at least 90; per cent of the Dayton area narcotics traffic." He said the smashing of the ring cut off the supply line fori an estimated 28 narcotics users in the seven Ohio cities. Police arrested the 16 suspected users at the home of Joseph Ramey. They were taken into custody, as they showed up at the house; over a matter of several hours.

Grundish said they all had pre- 1 vious records of minor crimes, in-! eluding prostitution, shoplifting! and use of narcotics. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS 151 i frt YOUR HEALTH THATCOUNTSI Dependable PRESCRIPTION SERVICE GRAETZ REXALL DRUGS MA 5-1078 Hayes and Columbus Ave. STARTING NEXT MAY TCALINKSCLEVELAND EUROPE I FIRST AND ONLY THROUGH ONE-AIRLINE SERVICE BY ROLLS-ROYCE DC-8 GIANT JETS ANOTHER FIRST FOR CLEVELAND AND TCA! TCA wus first lo otter International trans.border (lights and to bring the famous turbo-prop Viicount to Cleveland. Now TCA is proud lo introduce the first through one-airline Jetliner Service, linking Cleveland and Ohio with Europe. Starling next May 5th, you will be able lo board a 'A Roils-Roycc DC-8 in Cleveland, and 8 hrs.

5 nuns. later arrive in Britain, with convenient connections to all of Continental Europe. There will be up to 4 flights per week in the summer season. SHORTEST AND EASIEST ROUTE TQ EUROPE Next year, this new service will enable you to Hy via the "Great Circle" route, the shortest and most convenient way to Europe from tJie U.S. Midwest.

Just one short slop in Toronto no Canadian Customs no change of airports or terminals no unnecessary delays. and it's Rolls-Royce comfort and speed all the way. A choice of luxurious First Class or thrifty Economy service. Plan your European Spring or Summer vacation with TCA Jetliner Service in mind. TCA ONE OF THE WORLD'S GREAT AIRLINES TCA's extensive route system serves Canada from Coast to Coast, major U.S.

cities, Britain, France, Germany, Switzerland. Austria, Belgium, as well as Bermuda, Nassau and the West Indies. In over 4 million passengers will fly on TCA's Rolls-Royce powered DC-8 Jets, turbo-prop Vanguards and Viscounts. TCA will operate up to 21 DC-8 Jet flights per week between North America and Europe in the summer of 1961, including the new Cleveland service- Make advance reservations now your Agtnt or contact 7CA at 214 tlonnu Cleveland. Ask about TCA's "Fly now pay latqr" and "Bxtia Cities" plans- TRANS-CANADA AIR LINES AIR CANADA SOMETHING NEW i In Sandusky A Whole New Approach Given To UPHOLSTERY t.

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