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Friday, February 26, 1960
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Court House SANDUSKY KtGISTIft $50,000 Island Injury Case Reported Settled A $50,000 persona] injury ease, stemming from a fall on an icy airport parking lot, had today been settled by parties out of court and was dismissed by Judge James L. McCrystal. It had been brought in local common pleas court by Louis E. Ragone, Cleveland, against the village of Kelleys Island, as owners and operators of the Kelleys Island Airport. According to court records, Ragone, an alleged "business invitee of the airport," fell on rough and uneven icy and snowy surface of the airport lot after he had parked his car there and was crossing it on foot. He had sued for a hip fracture and other injuries, and for hospital and medical expenses end for loss of earnings. Mishap occurred in February, 1958. 5 Sandusky Area Students Cited For BGSU Work Names of five Sandusky area students appear on the honor list for high scholastic achievement at Bowling Green State University in the first semester of the 1959-60 school year, the president, Ralph W. McDonald, announced today. The university honor list was inaugurated a year ago to give recognition to full-time students who achieve a 3.5 grade average or better out of a possible 4.0. Students listed on the first semester honor roster have been invited to the President's scholarship banquet in their honor Monday, Feb. 29, in the University Union- The students are David Crooks, Sandusky; Linda Kautz, Castalia; Evelyn Millott, Sandusky; Ellen Sidner, Sandusky and Frances Warner, Sandusky. Madison's Fifth Grade Presents Alaska Program Students of Madison School fifth grade shared their findings in the study of Alaska 'by presenting a program to all students and some parents of the class To make the study of Alaska, the 49th state, more interesting, the class worked on a four foot square, plywood map. Flour, §alt, water, and tempera paint were used to'show the contour and topography of the land. Large cities were printed on small strips of paper arid placed on the map, Drawings of Eskimos, Indians, animals, ' totem poles, seals, whales, salmon, and many more things found in Alaska were colored and cut out and fastened in their correct places on the map. In a class play, each of the 28 members pointed out and gave reports on some important facts of Alaska. FILE FORECLOSURE CASE The Home Savings and Loan Co., Inc., Norwalk, had today filed petition in court for judgment of $1,323.77, foreclosure of mortgage deed, sale of real estate and distribution of proceeds, against Raymond Thomas Kuhn and Marjorie Ruth Kuhn, Castalia. Plaintiff asks the court to find its lien valid and of priority. Action is to collect amount allegedly due and unpaid on a promissory note executed by defendants to the company in July, last year. A mortgage deed to their Castalia property was said issued by Mr. and Mrs. Kuhn to secure monthly payments on the note. These were said in default. Chief Darby Is 'Doing Well' After Attack Police Chief Jack Darby today was "doing very well" at Good Samaritan Hospital where he is recovering from a coronary attack. Darby's condition today was given as "fair," an improvement over yesterday's report which indicated his condition had worsened. A hospital official said today the 51-year-old police chief seemed "very comfortable" today and was out of the oxygen tent "almost 100 per cent of the time." WIFE ASKS DIVORCE Petition for divorce was filed in court by Christine (Helmick) Taylor, D a r r o w Rd., Huron, against William E. Taylor, present address unknown, on grounds of gross neglect of duty. Parties, married about seven years ago, have no children. Mardi Gras Dance By K-C's. Slated Saturday At 9 Annual Mardi Gras dance sponsored by the Knights of Columbus will start at 9 om. Saturday in the lodge hall md continue until 1 a.m. Harry Lippus and his orchestra will provide music for dancing. During the course of the dance a Mardi Gras king and queen are to be crowned and a floor show will be presented. Since this is to be an open dance, the Kinghts may bring guest. 1 to the final social event until after Easter. The committee on arrangements includes: Mr. and Mrs. William Groom, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Singler and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Brugeman. Petty Larceny Charge Results In Jail Term Raymond Hatfield, 50, is serving a 60-day county jail term after admitting to police he stole $18 worth of goods from a parked car so he could buy wine. Hatfield, whose address is listed simply as "city" on the jail register, was nabbed by Patrolman Wayne Drossman about 1 :30 Wednesday morning. He was carrying a pair of pliers, a camera tripod and a pair of galoshes he had looted from a car parked in the Hotel Rieger parking lot. Hatfield pleaded guilty to petty larceny. City Briefs GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPIT- al has released: Richard L. Salyers, Huron; Mrs. Frank Buhler and baby, Huron; Mrs. H. Dean Todd, Garfield Heights; Mrs. Hobert Flenner, Bay View; Mrs. Woodrow Duvall, 1327 E. Parish St.; Kay Cross, 411 Huron Ave.; Mrs. Edward Kish, 5015 Dallas Ave.; Paul Laning, 626 Pierce St.; Bappista Filippucci, 1213 Franklin St.; Mrs. Ballard Martin, Route 2, Sandusky; Matthew Bowman, 235 Dixie Ave.; Joseph Wesnitzer, 3421 Venice Rd.; Mrs, Nina Layman, 410 Columbus Ave.; Thomas Waldock, Route 1, Sandusky; Mrs. Roger Olds, 4520 S. Columbus Ave.; Earl Smith, Huron; David Loroff, Castalia; Mrs. John Clark and baby, 2703 Tremper Ave.; Mrs. Leonard Osborn and baby, 1410 Cleveland Rd.; Mrs. Donald Leafgreen and baby, 3609 Spencer Ave.; Mrs. Robert Lindemann and baby, Port Clinton and Anderson Leavell, 1710 Third St. PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL HAS released: Mrs. Frank Hopfinger, Oak Harbor; Mrs. Mary Jackson, 903 Franklin St.; Gus Kelley, 2614 E. Perkins Ave.; Mrs. Beatrice Smith, 334 E. Washington St.; Alice Stevens; Route 2, Sandusky; Joseph LaLond, 906 Central Ave.; Thelma Turner, 2018 S. McDonough St.; Carol Henrichsen, 1218 E. Larchmont Dr.; Mrs. August Demma, 817 Central Ave.; Phillip Longnecker, Castalia; Charles Crosby, 110 Hancock St.; Theodore Perry, Mason Rd.; Louis Fitzpatrick, 722 Hancock St.; Mrs. Jesse Roberts, Norvalk and Ronald Davis, 1229 Central Ave MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HAS discharged: Mrs. Elizabeth Hartnett, 516 Taylor St.; Mrs. Theresa Hamilton, Huron; Mrs. Patricia Hudson, 1121 Columbus Ave.; Mrs. Marilyn Bowers, Monroeville; Donald Kinnard, North Fairfield and Lisa Hebert Route 1, Vickery. AT THE MACOMB COUNTY Kennel Club Show, Utica, Mich., recently, Champion W i g m a c Crusader West Highland White Terrier owned by Mr. and»Mrs. Donald Mayer took Best of Breed and second in the Terrier variety group, A son Of Crusader, Mayer's Crusader's Image scored two points and best of winners All, County Roads Passable, County Engineer Reports County highway snow removal equipment worked Thursday until midnight, and again early Friday to clear county roads and highways of falling snow and snow drifts, County Engineer M. W. Bechberger stated today. He said six snow plows and a number of trucks, Tpreading salt and cinders, were in continuous operation, making all roads passable by this morning. Greatest hazard, he stated had been caused by drifting snow, and by various spots of ice caused by freezing rain falling on the snow. Market Reports STOCKS RALLY IS EXTENDED; BELIEVE CONFIDENCE BUILT NEW YORK (UPI)-Stoeks extended Thursday'* rally at the opening today, 'vith gains ranging to more than a point. Many brokers believe investor confidence may be built up much fastei following Thursday's sharp rise in turnover on the price advance. And many in tht street are counting on the good corporate news accumulated since the beginning of the year to fuel an early spring rise. Motorola led the advance, rising l x & points to 158'/ 2 . •id Asked Barr Rubber 6% 8% Erie Resistor 7M» 9 <A No Ohio Phone 94 H Norwalk Truck B 10 111* Rand Development 6Vfe 8V4 HUSBAND SEEKS DIVORCE Donald Breest, 1226 W. Monroe St., has filed petition for divorce against Hiltrude Breest, 608 W. Monroe St. He charges her with gross neglect -of duty. The couple has three minor children, whose custody the father seeks. He asks for other and equitable relief. SUBSTITUTE FOR NIMS During the absence from the court house coffee stand of Frank Nims, its blind operat6r, Miss Wilma Nellis, Dayton, who has limited vision, was assigned by the Ohio Institute for the Blind, Columbus, to take over until his return. She is assisted, as was Nims, by sightless Thomas "Tommy" Frissell, 17, 313 E. Adams St. Nims, who has been absent for some time because of illness and then death of his wife, is expected to return March 1. Department heads of the court house, personnel and friends, after a voluntary monetary collection, have contributed a sizeable sum to be presented to him in token of the esteem in which "Nimsy" is held by all. New Motto Put On State Seal COLUMBUS (UP!) - Secretary of State Ted W. Brown has wrapped Ohio's new motto around the lower half ox the state seal The motto "With God All Things Are Possible" appears in yellow letters on a blue ribbon in t h e first state publication showing the motto — a four-page emblem card which Brown's office distributes to school children. The motto was adopted by the Legislature last year. It was proposed by a Cincinnati bartender's son, Jimmy Mastronardo, 12. Today's Locals Bake sale tomorrow 10 am Bargain Fair, by Council for Exceptional Children, Sauerkraut Supper. Family style, Mon., Feb. 29, 5 to 6:30. Emmanuel Fellowship Hall. Cor. Columbus Ave. and Adams Street. Rummage Sale, Huron FOE Auxiliary No. 2875, in club rooms on Main St. Feb. 27, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. After 1:00 all items will be 10c or less. Spring stag fish fry American Legion Hall, Monroeville, Fri., Feb. 26, Serving at 7 p.m. Rummage Sale, Huron Evangelical U.B. Church, Sat., Feb. 27, 9 -4. The dental office of Dr. Edward Soltesz is now permanently located at 513 •jerkins Ave. PROBATE COURT Application to release ward's contingent right of dower in guardianship of Ruth Marie White. Schedule of claims in estate of Laura S. Rockwell. E. Pearl Pierce appointed executrix in estate of Ellsworth H. Pierce. Hazel M. McGuckin appointed administratrix in estate of William C. Post. Inventory and appraisement in estate of Robert M. Riesterer. Will admitted to probate in es- Ike ...... (Continued from Page One) denfiial helicopter reported that Peronists along the way shouted "Viva Peron" as the craft passed overhead. Crowd Size Limited The helicopter ride also avoided taking the President through residential sections of thousands of workers who are opposed to Frondizi. The extremely severe security measures and the heat kept the crowd down to about 1,000, and these were kept a safe distance away. About 1,000 persons had tried to get olose to the embassy residence half an hour before Eisenhower arrived, but they got no closer than Palermo Park a block away because of the tight security measures. The heat and humidity as well as the security lanes, helped keep down the size and enthusiasm of the crowd. Three persons were injured in today's bombings which damaged an American-owned chemical company, the Buenos Aires Stock Exchange three blocks away from the Argentine "white house," the Shell Argentine, Ltd., Petroleum Co., the American - owned 7-Up bottling works and a men's store. Police thought the bombings were the work of Peronistas anxious to discredit the Frondizi regime but they also began an immediate investigation to see if Communist elements were involved. There had been a series of bomb outrages in Buenos Aires for months but today's explosion ot three bombs and two "petards" —giant firecrackers—took on unusual significance because of the Eisenhower visit. Crash Saddens President Eisenhower, his heart heavy at the Rio de Janeiro air collision which cost 61 lives Thursday, left Rio this morning for the nearly three-hour flight to Buenos Aires apparently unaware of the outbreak of anti-Americanism. Rigid security precautions have been put into effect for his visit here because of recent demonstra- SAC Sights In On City (Continued from Page One) "While the State of Indiana furnishes many fine recreational activities, they are restricted in boating and fishing. "A large portion of the personnel made the permanent change of station move with me last June from MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, FJa., to this station." (Peru). "Since most of the personnel have been in Tampa for a number of years, about 200 boats, motors and trailers accompanied the move and we have been looking for a place to use them ever since. "Your area seems to fit our requirements as well as anything I have found. I am interested in all the literature I can get on the fishing and boating at your city and in the islands immediately north of your shoreline, known as the Bass islands." *" Col. O'Brien also asked camping information as well as information on availability of a light plane landing strip in the vicinity of the islands or the city. If the information is sufficient, Col. O'Brien will fly in with his aide to look the situation over. tate of Clarence J. Saltsman. Application to transfer real es- !tl0ns h Y Peronists and Commu- state in estate of Robert F. Dise. Presumption of election of surviving spouse in estate of Herschel J. Colahan. MORE nists. The most violent explosion today occurred at the Williams Qui- mica Technica, a chemical company owned by American Thomas Driver Cited In Rear End Rt. 2 Crash Driver of an automobile which rammed into another car on State Route 2, one mile west of Venice on Thursday, has bee.i cited in Sandusky municipal court for March 3. Bay Bridge state patrol said that a charge of failure to stop within assured clear distance was filed against Jack Kaufman, 20, Sandusky. Kaufman, according to the patrol, was headed west on Route 2 and unable to stop to avoid a rear end crash when another car driven by Luther Lewis, 31, Oak Harbor, stopped. There were no injuries and damages minor. Harbinger ROSEVILLE, Mich. (UPI)-A sign of spring? A thief stole 9.600 golf balls from the Wayne Golf Ball Co. here Wednesday. BULLETIN COLUMBUS (UPI)—Attorneys for Dr. Samuel H. Sheppard submitted a brief to the Ohio Supreme Court today to back up their charges that the Cuyahoga County prosecutor's office had suppressed a "vital" index card which they said would prove Sheppard innocent of the slaying of his pregnant wife. AMVETS Post 108 To Hold Dance AMVETS Post 108 has planned a dance to be open to. the public in April. At the post's recent meeting^ it was said that funds were provided for a veteran to reach his home in Virginia. New members are Leroy Sizemore, Raymond Lewis, Jr., Johnnie Hint, Frederick Alexander, O.. C. Rollins and Reuben Sharpe. Traffic ----- (Continued from Page One) Hancock St. in front of him as he drove west on Market. Sally Bagley, 34, 1036 Bennett Ave., told police she was going west on Monroe St. at 5:40 p.m. when her car started to slide. She applied her brakes, she said, and the auto skidded into an Ohio Edison light pole at W. Monroe and Carroll Ave. She was not cited. Plane (Continued from Page One) crash said several of them had had premonitions of disaster ahead before they left for Latin America. * (Heartbroken wives and saddened friends said they had a "funny feeling" there would be a "bad accident" on the , trip.) Five victims of the crash were still alive when rescue craft plucked them from the waters of the bay, but two died later in ! Miguel Couto Hospital. The three ' who survived received emergency treatment at Couto, but were moved later to the Navy's Cobra Island hospital. Sergio de Sousa, a boatman who rescued four of die survivors said the only one able to speak kept saying, "I'm going to die, and I want to live." Rescue workers said the crash scene was a gruesome sight. "There were shouts for help and pieces of bodies and wreckage all over the bay,""one Brazilian said. "We pulled everything we could out of the bay.. . everything was covered with blood." Ike Cancels Parties Eisenhower canceled two parties scheduled late Thursday—including the embassy reception at which the slain bandsmen were to have played — but dined privately with U.S. Ambassador John M. Cabot, Kubitschek and other Brazilian leaders as planned. The survivors were still in Couto hospital when the presi- 1 dents visited them. | Westlnghouse Elec 49'/i The three Americans, all under | KSf^'L S & r £ s 64 sedation, smiled at sight of the U.S. President. "We want to express our sorrow PRODUCE eUVtLANB MODUCt CtBVULAND <VPl>-Home grew, err. APPLES-Bu. bskts., crate* U.S. No. 1, 2V4 (ncn and up Red De- llciout »2.75-S; Jonathan »nd Stay, mans »2-2.W, Mcintosh 14,28-2.50. CUCUMBERS, greenhouse ear- tons 12s 180-178. • LETTUCE, greenhouse 10 lb bekts ^ 78*4 MUSHROOMS—Per pint W-28c. ONIONS—B0-lb sacks yellow me dlum $1-1.28. PARSNIPS—D -qt. bskts topped |i 1.28. RADISHES - Greenhouse, bskts., bunched. 24s $2.38-2.50. TURNIPS - 8-qt. bskts.. topped. 0848c POULTRY CLIVILANO MO POULTRY Poultry J»rooders and fry.em . 18- NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks: Alco Products ..• ,. 17% Mils Chalmers 30% American Can 40% American Motors "!*/ American TAT Anaconda .. £ Armco Steel wja Armour «IJ* laltlmore & Ohio 40W Bendix 78% Bethlehem Steel,, 4M4 Chesapeake & Ohio «3V4 Chrysler Corp Win Coca Cola < W Columbia Oas 1W4 DitPont Ford Motor 79% General Electric 90?* General Foods lOJi? General Motors 48% Goodrich Tire & R 73% Goodyear Tire & R 40% Grace W R Greyhound, Gulf Oil »5* Intel Bus Mach 421 Inter Harv 48 Inter Nickel 1MJ-6 Kcnnecott XD 88% Monsanto Chemical fS7» Montgomery Ward *7 7 /» New York Central 28 Penney Stores mff Penn RR J'V* Phllco Corp 32 Pitts Steel 18% Procter A Gamble gllf Pullman l\ 3 /f Pure Oil 32V4 RCA 65 Vfe Republic Steel 6$'/fl Reynolds Metals " 52?? Sears Roebuck . 4m Sinclair Oil 43% Standard Brands 36 Standard Oil Calif 44% Standard Oil Ind 4m Standard Oil N .J 4SV« Standard Oil Ohio 50V« Studebakcr Packard l/V* Swift & Company ?<>% Tenn Gas Trans , ««% Texaco • • JS /r Timken Roller B o7Va Union Carbide United Fruit 26% U.S. Rubber 'ovi U.S. Steel 86% West Va P&P 44 Western Union 5?!^ Youngstown S&T 115Vj medium A 32c; small A 27e large B 32c. v GRAINS •HIMROCK ILIVATOft Wheal 11.88 Oats 68c Com ff06 Soybeans i . $2.00 TOLIOO ORAIM TOLEDO (UPI) — Grain on track nominal B8c New York: Wheat No. 2 soft red 1.9S-1.M, No. 2 soft white 1,95-1.96; corn No. 2 yellow 1.11%- M2V*, No. 8 yellow 1.10V4-1.11W; oats No. 2 white 73-74, No. I white 72-73 s soybeans No. 1 yellow 2.072.08. ORAIN PUTURIS CHICAGO (UPI) — Soybeans opened easy and other (rains mostly steady today on the Board of Trade. Wheat and rye declined, but other grains closed higher Thursday. at this tragic thing, and to express gratitude that you men survived," Eisenhower said. Similar remarks by Kubitschek were translated by Lt. Col. Vernon Walters, Eisenhower's interpreter. Before leaving the ward, the two presidents waved at five other patients unconnected with the crash. "Good-bye and. thank you, sir," Halenza called out as Eisenhower left. He Was the only one of the three who spoke during the presidents' visit. Eisenhower and Kubitschek also issued a joint statement on the collision. "Both presidents express their deepest distress at this unfortunate accident," it said. "They extend their official and personal sympathy to the families of passengers and crewmen lost in the accident." LIVESTOCK CLIVILAND LIVItTOCK CLEVELAND (UPI) — Hejra 100, 28c higher; 2 -S 190-23© lb 14.A-14.I0 1-2 190-230 lb 14.75-18; No, 1 190-230 lb 18.28; 260-300 lb 12.80-13.78: 240260 lb 18.78-14; 230-240 lb 14.28^ 160190 lb 13.28-14.25; packing sows 9.7511.75. Cattle 25; prime 28-28.80; choice to prime 28.50-28. good to choice 23-28.50, commercial and standard 18-23; choice heifers 28-26.80, good 23-28. dairy 18-23; commercial and fat cows 15-16.50; bologna bulls 2021.50. fat heavy 18-20. Calves 25; choice 34 -37; good 2834; commercial 20-24. Sheep and lambs 300;. choice clipped 19-20; choice wool lambs 19-21. common 11-17, choice weth­ er sheep 6-8; choice ewes 8-6, The Yank Count Is 179,245,000 WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Census Bureau estimated today that there were 179,245,000 men, women and children in the Admiral 21V4, Am std i4Ti United States on Jan. 1 Ashland Oil 20V6 AVCO 13% Bristol Myers 43% Case 17 Cleveland Elec III 49 Dow Chemical 90V« Firestone 42% Genl Tire Sc Rbr 70% Industrial Rayon 184 Intl Paper Minnesota Mining FRENCH CONFINE REDS BONN, Germany (UPI) — The French Army has kept a Soviet military mission in Baden-Baden, Germany, confined to barracks since passes were issued to West-- „. , , , t , . ern military missions containing' in Naples and then stopped in the phrase "German Democratic Rome t0 P' ck , u Pj 3 mpre Passen, - - gerss. It took off on what was have been a non-stop flight to Irish (Continued from Page One) Republic," it was learned today. Allied diplomatic sources said other Soviet missions in U.S. and British jurisdiction in Germany might also be confined if new passes excluding the name of the unrecognized East German government were not issued to the Western missions soon. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Deaths-Funerals Application to release estate j Jefferson Williams. Two Spanish from administration in estate of j and one Italian employes, all Opal R. Joiner. " j night watchmen, were injured. Application to purchase motor • Eisenhower's schedule called for vehicle in guardianship of Kath- him to address a joint session of leen Dolan, et al, minors. I the Argentine paraliament this Second partial account in guardi-j afternoon, the second of four he anship of John C. Bose. Petition for distribution of assete in kind in estate of Catherine M. Arva. Assignment of interest in personal property in estate of Clarence V. Warner. Inheritance tax determinations in estates of Carl K. LaMarca and Frank J. Burrows. Heeds Advice LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Self- styled woman hater Elmer Simrell, 48, on trial for sending threatening letters to judges "in order to draw attention to divorce laws," watched in chagrin Wednesday when seven women were selected to serve on the jury hearing his case. will make on his two week trip Before that the President was ciriving through the heart of the city in a two-hour motorcade. Saturday Eisenhower pays a brief visit to Mar del Pata, a popular bsach resort, and then flies on to San Carlos de Bariloche near the Chilean border where he will weekend and possibly play golf at the superb golf course there before going on to Chile FIRE CALLS (Thursday) 11:45 p .m. — to 600 block. Jackson St., pot torch overturned. (No. 1 Company). He's Worried CLEVELAND, Tenn. (UPI)Kenneth Roberts was picked up Wednesday by police who found him walking along a road clad in a hospital nightgown. Roberts said he had complained to a nurse that,, he was too hot and when "she told me to take a walk and cool off, I did." SUPPORTS DISTRICT PLAN COLUMBUS (UPI) — The state Water Commission announced Thursday it supports creation of a compact Scioto River Watershed conservancy district to replace the 17 -county Scioto -Sandusky district. MRS. MARY FRANK Mrs. Mary Lauber Frank, 92, a former Sandusky resident, died Friday afternoon in he home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rawstron, 3466 W. 50th St., Cleveland, where she had been making her home for the past 20 years. Mrs. Frank was a member of St. Bonafis Catholic Church, Cleveland. Surviving are five daughters, Mrs. Rawstron and Mrs. Marie Carney, both' Cleveland; Mrs. Anna Bassett, Sandusky; Mrs. Clara Voehk, Toledo, and Mrs. Katherine Mueller, Elyria; nine grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Mover of Ontario. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles. Funeral arrangements are to be announced later by the Frey Funeral Home. children; two sisters, Mrs. Max Switzer in Illinois and Mrs. Kenneth Houser, Spotswood, Va.; two brothers, Bruce, Waynesboro, Va. and Harold, Norfolk, Va. and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday' at Quick's Funeral Home, where Christian Science funeral services are to be held at 2 p.m. Monday. Burial is to be in Oakland Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy, if desired may be made to a favorite charity. New York but it encountered' strong head winds and the pilot decided to refuel at Shannon—a customary procedure under such conditions. Stroll About Airport The plane was on the ground for about an hour while the 40 passengers and some of the 12 crew members aboard strolled through Shannon Airport buying souvenirs inclluding candy and dolls for several children aboard. The souvenirs and toys were scattered among the wreckage. ~ Irish aviation authorities began an immediate investigation of the j crash, the third involving planes' Commerce. 114V4 181 Natl Cash Register 59% Ohio Ed »3V4 Ohio Oil 34% Panhandle E Pipeline 43H Phillips Petroleum 45Vs Scott Paper 763 B Shell 35% Sun Oil S3 Toledo Ed i 15% Thomson R W 52% j Whirlpool 2W» Ford (Continued from Page One) Sandusky industries establishes no pattern. Some have peak periods of production, such as Philco. and others maintain a constant level throughout the year, such as Scott Paper. New Departure, which has segments of its operation shut down at the present time, has slacked off its employment a little. Personnel currently totals about 2,300, while last year's high was around 2,500. Normal shifts are being operated, but not on a peak production basis. Phiico, which lost its car radio assembly line, is down substantially. The current figure is around 553. March of last year showed an hourly employe strength of about 900, way above the current figure. The plant is now turning out hous and transistor radios. Average employment figures 'for representative Sandusky industries over a four month per. iod follow. The first figure is the month of October, the second December, and the third January. Tabulations were obtained from the Chamber of This was a n increase e f 3 ,654,000, or 2.1 per cent, over the estimate a year earlier. The bureau's 1960 exact count of the population starts April 1. It is expected to show a total of about 180 million persons. | departing from Shannon. In 1954 a KLM Super Constellation crashed after takeoff with the loss of 27 lives. In 1958 a KLM Super Constellation crashed into the Atlantic after takeoff killing all 99 aboard. ROY H. MAYS Roy H. Mays, a resident of 1512 Wayne St., died Thursday in Crile Veterans Hospital Cleveland, after a lengthy illness. Mr. Mays was a veteran jf World War I and a member of First Church of Christ Scientist. Surviving are his widow, Helen; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Thompson, Sandusky; five grand- Services for Charles Noble were held this morning in the Frey Funeral Home, the Rev. Fred! Tucker, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers were: James Darden, Albert Woods, Robert Carlisle, S. P. Ray, Robert Swopes and David Nesbett. Services for Mrs. Rose Mason were held this afternoon in the Frey Funeral Home, the Rev. C. J. Mittermaier, officiating. Burial was in McPherson Cemetery, Clyde. Services for Arthur Reinheimer were held this afternoon at Quick's Funeral Home, the Rev. Dane W. Turner, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. Boosts Sales LONDON (UPI) - Alarm clock sales are booming in South Wales, according to the National Jewellers Assn. The association credited Welsh mine companies with spurring the rush for bedside timepieces. The mines have ceased the old practice of sounding early morning work whistles. GAS HEARINGS SET COLUMBUS (UPI)-The Public Utilities Commission {pday scheduled March 29 - April 1 for hearings here on the Ohio Fuel Gas Company's application to raise gas rates to its customers in unincorporated areas of Lorain County. Aluminum - Magnesium, 220— 170—220; American Crayon, 290 -292—292; Bafr Rubber, 380— 284—267; Farrell-Cheek, 424 — 426—433; Ford Motor, 2 ,073 — 1,952—1,852; Industrial Nut, 116 —114—114; New Departure, 2, 279—2,388—2,391; Phiico, 796 398—458; Sandusky Foundry, 250 -264-273; Scott Paper, 126 —124 —128; Universal Clay Products, 102—104—104; Hinde and Dauch, 530—537-556. The civet produces a fatty substance with a musky odor used in making perfumes. WEATHER Sandusky and vicinity: Partly cloudy skies and quite cold tonight with teen temperatures after midnight. Saturday partly cloudy and continued cold, high in the mid 20's. Islands, reefs and Sandusky Bay: W by NW winds 15 to 25 mph tonight and Saturday with partly cloudy skies, a few mow flurries and ice making temperatures. Sunset today 6:18. Sunrise Saturday 7 :09, sunset 6:20 (est) Barometer at 11:30 a.m., 29.13, rising steadily. Temperature 28, rising slowly. High Thursday 32, low this morning 23. One year ago the high was 48, low 29. TJie record high for this date was 72 in 1940; the record low 4 above zero in 1928. Snow depth S.4 in. at 7 a.m. Five Day Outlook: Temperatures will average from 10 to 15 degrees below normal. The normal maximum for the period Saturday through Wednesday is 40, minimum 25. Continued cold throughout the period with sunny days and chilly nights. Precipitation will be light and consist of occasional snow flurries, mostly near the lake, over the weekend. BLARNEY STONE UNTAXABLE CORK, Ireland (UPI) - You can't put a tax on the Blarney Stone, and that's no blarney, a judge ruled Thursday. Judge Thomas Neylon removed the atone from the realm of the tax collector after Mrs. Mary Penelope Hillyard, who owns tht legendary stone, appealed an as sessment of $672 on tolls she col lects from those who wish to kis- the stone. The legend still pre vails that all those who kis- the Blarney Stone will be reward ed irith the gift of gab. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS OUTSTANDING FARMER TIFFIN (UPI) - The Junior Charrber of Commerce today named dairy farmer Ed Behm of nearby Bloomville "outstanding young farmer of Ohio for 1959." E. D. DAGG AGENCY GENERAL INSURANCE AND BONDS Melvin Rohrbacher, Associate 1007 W. Monro* St. Ph. MA 5-1464

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