The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on April 18, 1958 · Page 2
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I 2 SANDUSKY HKHSTM vs, Soviet "Ions In New Friction WASSAW, POLAND, April 18 I (UP)—Yugttslav relations with » Russia haVe once again become ? so bad tiiaj President Tito may I cifncel a itheduled visit to Po? land,'Sources here said today. • They said renewed friction JSwithin the Communist camp also i threatens the postion of Poland's 31 independent Communist . leader :! Wladyslaw . Gomulka, who re?. turned to power here in 1956,^ Ausmus Tells Of | Early Aviation | At Rotary Meet *• Reinhardt N. Ausmus, veteran i ! Sandusky aviator who helped build ; • one of the first planes ever constructed in Sandusky, dating be":yond World War I, entertained ::Rotarians Thursday noon with ;;some of his early recollections of 1 j aviation. |; Ausmus told Rotarians that he E: built his first plane in 1910, having J. only crude tools' and limited 5 ' material stich as piano wires, mus- «j 'lin and dry cell batteries. There 2 j were no training schools or teachers at that time to help people interested in aviation, he said, d The speaker reviewed some of •••the early pilots and also gave :! some interesting facts about the old Roberts Motor Co. which ^operated on Arthur-st. This com• pany manufactured airplane parts. ! Ausmus told of tlie many sacri- 5 if ices and heartbreaks experienced by the early pioneering aviators. i\ A number of pictures of early I; airplanes were exhibited by Ausmus "'for the club members. He is in . charge of the veterans' service Office in the court house. = NO ICE i SEBAGO LAKE, ME., April 18 H (UP) -f— Mild temperatures kept Sebago Lake, one of Maine's best " tourist attractions free of ice much of the 1957-58 winter for only the third time in 50 years. Ntwtcn Norwolk and Mbnroevill* en Rout* 20 Fri.—Sat.—Sun. April 11.19-20 "Jailhouse Rock" ELVIS PRESLEY AND "Oregon Passage" WILL OPEN EVERY DAY STARTING APRIL 25 Friday—Saturday April 25-2* "Devil's Hairpin AND Mr. Rock . & Roll BUSMAN'S HOLIDAY—Like the proverbial bus driver who goes for a ride on his day off, Italian actress Gina Lollobrigida uses her free time to attend a movie. The lovely-screen queen was "caught" by the camera at a premiere in Rome. Congress Scene Economic: The Senate Banking Committee approved 8 -7 a compromise bill providing a 375 -million-dollar loan and grant program for economically depressed areas. It was expected to reach the Senate floor in about 10 days. Key Democratic members of the House Ways & Means Committee meantime agreed on a compromise 800-million-dollar proposal for extending unemployment benefits to jobless workers whose payments have run out. Disarmament: Atomic Energy Commission, Chairman Lewis L. Strauss rejected as "spurious" proposals for halting nuclear weapons testing without at the same time 'cutting off nUclear weapons output and starting to switch atomic material to peaceful uses. Strauss told the Sen. ate disarmament subcommittee a moratorium on testing would be "advantageous" to Russia and would "freeze" U. S. defensive research. However, subcommittee Chairman Hubert H. Humphrey <D- Minn.) disclosed that an earlier witness had disagreed with Strauss. He said Dr. Hans Bethe, a Cornell University physics professor and chairman of the so- called Killian Committee, had testified behind closed doors that a nuclear test cessation "would be to our advantage technically." Pay Bill: The House Civil Service Committee voted to give "white collar" government em­ ployes a 10 percent pa„ raise instead of the 7V2 percent boost approved by the Senate. The administration has recommended only 6 percent. Vetoes: The Senate sent to committee for study and recommendations the President's veto messages rejecting the farm and rivers and harbors bills. Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson (Tex.) said there were many sections in both veto messages which were "difficult to understand" but that the President "should have his day in court." Schools: Gov. Foster Furcolo of Massachusetts told the House Bank'ng Committee Congress should provide federal aid, for school construction as "an integral part" of the government's anti-recession program. He also renewed his proposal for federal construction of flood control, conservation, reclamation and power projects. A great many states, he said, have been hit by economic, setbacks and are find ing it increasingly difficult "to provide for the legitimate needs of their citizens." Space: Maj. Gen. John B Medaris, Army missiles chief, ex pressed some doubt about Eisenhower's plan for a civilian-controlled space agency. He told the House Space Committee the pro posal would "increase" the problem of co-ordinating military and scientific programs. Medaris also said unfriendly powers in future probably will send up satellites for military reconnaissance and other purposes. If such satellites aiv launched, he said, it would be necessary to sond up manned spaceships to "chase 'em around a little, stop 'em, and get 'em out of there." Quigg Quip$— •i. M/H».IW .I.,, • ii —.... mil..., Some Of Our juveniles Are Sensations By DOC QUIGG ' J ' *' * * NEW YORK (UP)—If we can stop yapping: about juvenile delinquency long; enough, It might lie well to ponder the 'fact that a couple of our^juveniles are international sensations. One is Bobby Fischer of Brooklyn, who at 14 set the chess world on its ear by defeating grand masters to win the U. S. championship. He now is entitled to a crack at the world chess title, held by Smyslov of Russia. The other is Van Cliburn of Shreveport, La., and Kilgore, Tex. who at 23 set Moscow on its ear this week by winning the Tchaikovsky international piano competition. This extroverted Irish-Texan, bot" his mother and father are of Irish descent, gave his first public concert in Shreve port at the age of three. When lie was six, he - and his mother, a concert pianist, were giving recitals together. On his first day in school in Shreveport the teacher asked him if he could read. "Yes," he said, "I can read music." When he came here in 1954 to compete for the coveted Edgar Ni Leventritt award, they laughed when he sat down to play honest, that's what I'm told by those who were there. He looked like a misplaced basketball play- He's 6 -feet -4 but has a mop Club Note BREWER, ME., April 18 (UP) —Police here broke up a teenage girls' club when they found that the one requirement for membership' was experience in shop-lifting. Theater Schedule OHIO — "Jumping Jacks" 1, 4:30, 8. "Scared Stiff"—2:55 6:25, 9:30. STATE—"Winchester '73"— 1:20, 4:40, 7:55. "Touch Of- Evil"—3, 6:15, 9:30. DRIVE-IN—"The Bold And PThe Brave"—7:40, 11:50. "Battle Cry"—9:25. ISRAELI ROBBED JERUSALEM; April 18 (UP)— Authorities said today that two marauders believed to be Arabs shot a..d seriously wounded a Romanian immigrant Thursday night near Ashkkelon and made off with his horse. T A TE GET LIX RUST CHROME POLISH SANDUSKY CO-OP SALES 927 W Washington St. er. of curly hair that springs up so that he looks about 6 -feet -7. His hand spans 11V4 inches. He. walks with a gangling lope. His piano style is as Russian as his dialect is east Texan. When he finished playing he had won the award. Mrs. Leventritt decided to give a reception for him after his first New York Philharmonic appearance. She told him to bri.g along any friends from home who had come to hear him. Came the reception, and Mrs. Leventritt had to fight her way into the room through a mob of strangers. "Honey," said Van, sweeping an arm toward 75 Texans, "see these people? These here are a few of mah friends." Family Doctor Is Still Besi Bet CINCINNATI, April 18 (UP)— The family doctor is still the best bet to treat common ailments. That was the advice given today by Dr. David B. Allman, president of the^American Medical Association. He said people should "quit running to specialists and go back to their family doctors." "The pendulum has swung too far toward specialization," Allman said. "The AMA strongly urges the pi blic to consult the family doctor first, ihen let him recommend a specialist if one is needed." Allman said the public itself encourages specilization, by rushing to specialists without first consulting a family physi cian. He said persons may "spend time and money going to a stomach specialist, when their trouble lies in the kidneys—something his family doctor could have told him originally." Allman also said there was no shortage of doctors in America. He said the rate ,of doctors graduating from medical schools today was increasing faster than the rate of population growth. Probers Laud Rule to Scan Video Award WASHINGTON, April 18' (UP) -House investigators today commended a court ruling which returned a controversial Miami television case to the Federal Communications Commission for a full-dress -review of charges "influence" swayed the FCC's original award. Rep. Oren Harris (D-Ark.), chairman of . a House commerce subcommittee that investigated the award of TV Channel lb, and Rep. John B. Bennett (R-Mich.), a subcommittee member, agreed the Court of Appeals here acted properly. The court Thursday granted the FCC's March 13 request to reconsider the case in light of "significant new information" turned up by the subcommittee. In urging the court action, the FCC noted charges that former Commissioner Richard A. Mack, who quit under fire, let money and friends sway his vote. If said there was reason to believe Mack should have disqualified himself. Nontttt Fabray In Hollywood Hospital HOLLYWOOD, April 18 (UP) — Comedienne Nanette Fabray, who is expecting in five months, was hospitalized at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital Wednesday night after an auto collision. Although her injuries were described as "not serious," her doctor recommended she remain in the. hospital for observation. Attendants said her, condition: was '"'satisfactory." Janis Page substituted, Thursday night for Miss Fabray on a television program. PREMIER TO BE INVITED TEL AVIV, April 18 (UP) — Moshe Kol, chairman of Israel's middle-of - the - road Progressive Party, .said today he would invite Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev to visit Israel during its 10th anniversary year. Naval Training Ship Will bock Here Four Days The U. S. S. Farmington (PCE- 894), a Ninth Naval District Reserve Training ship, will dock at Sandusky's municipal pier, foot of Jackson-'st, on the week-end of April 25-28, Mayor Stuart Gosser was informed today. The ship, enroute to Newport, Rhode Island, will tie up here on Friday, April, 25, at 4 p.m. and depart at 8 a.m. on Monday, April 28. The ship will carry a crew of nine officers and 90 enlisted men. The public will be permitted to Seek Joint Plan To Cheryl Crane HOLLYWOOD, April 18 (UP) — The parents of 14 -year-old Cheryl Crane—Lana Turner and Stephen Crane—hoped to settle on a joint plan today for their daughter's future. Cheryl, who knifed Johnny Stompanato to death in Lana' bedroom April 4, has been con fined to juvenile hall pending i hearing next Thursday. board the ship from 1 to 4 p.m on Saturday and Sunday of the visit. NO SHOOTING > SENECA FALL, NI Y., April 18 (UP) — The' village board turned down George B. Souhan's request that. he be allowed to shoot the pigeons clustering around his manufacturing plant; 3 OHIO NOW >2 HILARIOUS j >/LAFF RIOTS'*/ MAHIII4M Sat. A. M. Cartoon Show Tomorrow Morning 11:30 A.M. 12 Cartoons Admission Children 25c Adults 55c Doors Open y a.m. ™ Stay And See The Regular Show For The Same Admission. ANNEX STAGE BAR Now Playing The SYL BURGH DUO Organ, Vibes, Drums TODAY AND SATURDAY StA >l ORGANISTS AND ORGAN OWNERS WE HAVE THE LARGEST SELECTION OF ORGAN MUSIC AVAILABLE IN This Area LET US KNOW OF YOUR NEEDS ANOTHER FINE SERVICE. OF WILLIAMS MUSIC CENTER 428 W. Market St. Ph. MA 6-4165 Wo Sell & Service the Finest in Pianos & Organs WURLITZER & THOMAS If You Like the Real Swinging Sounds, Don't Miss This Duo. GARDEN FREMONT McPherson Highway Rt. 20 SUN., APRIL 20 IN PERSON Woody iHerma and his new third herd •Walt" Cordially Invites Yen AMBURN'S NITE CLUB 908 Columbus Avo. JUNE HARRIS at The PIANO BAR Entertainment Nitely 9 P.M. to 2 A.M. DEW DROP INN & CARRY OUT IIIR —WINI SANDWICHES 402 Tiffin Avenue WE RENT e Cameras e Projectors e Movie Cameras & Projectors < Reasonable Rates Gainsborough 233 W. Wathlnatotf Row A Now Taste Treat from Dairy Isle HOT TURKEY SANDWICHES 25c DAIRY ISLE 405 I. P.rkint Avt. I Adv. Sale 1.75 At Door 2.00 Send check or m.o. for tickets and reservations to Rainbow Garden, Fremont, Ohio. sXtTTAPRiiTi? 9:30 to 1:00 Charlie Haaser and His Rainbow Rhythm Adm. SI.30 COMING SUN.. MAY 11 HARRY JAMES AND HIS ORCHESTRA Adm. $2.75 Tax Incl. New Invention (PARENT PENDING) New SCOTTS® fertilizer makes greenest grass ever Does not burn So nice to use — granulated, no dust, no odor. Steady, no surge growth. Enjoy a brilliant green lawn without causing extra mowing. One bag feeds big 5,000 sq ft lawn the best meal it ever had - $4.50 2/$8.85 SANDUSKY SMITH HARDWARE 216 E Market MA 58014 LITTLE JOE'S RESTAURANT & FOOD CARRY OUT "FAMOUS FOR CHICKEN IN A JJASKET" STEAKS CHOPS TUES.. WED., $MN. 11 A.M. to 2:30 A.M. Spaghetti PIZZA THURS.. PRI. SAT. 11 A.M. to 4 A.M. LITTLE JOE'S SSraM • Liquor • Miiee Drink. 2710 CAMPBELL ST. OUT Win* A Champofii* PH. MA 5-7*45 STRICKFA0EN NURSERY Bell Ave a MA e . li64 WHOLF HARDW AM Hancock & Madison MA 5-9585 HURON BARNES ROSES INC Rt 2-6 tS 3-6951 Nmmd C,ra $t Seed? Choose Scotts brand that produces type of lawn you need. PICTURE - — dress up lawn — $1.75 FAMILY* —good looks, good wear — $1.45 PLAY Brand — quick, sturdy lawn — $1.00 Ahead. there's more SPENDING TIME than EARNING TIME Most of us will be needing money years longer than we'll be earning it. That's reason No. 1 for thrift. NOW IS THI TIME TO START SAVINGt BIOIN TODAY — AT OUR RANK. THE CITIZENS BANKING CO. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System 160 E. Market St., Sandusky Phone MA 5-4121 ZUCKER'S Cash 'n Carry CLOTHING CLEARANCE 1 After EASTER CLEARANCE of Merchandise Gathered from our three stores. All Wonderful Values! 238 SUITS WERE . $55 to $1fO NOW S27.50 to S55 68 COATS ..... $55 to $100 S27.50 to $50 48 SPORT COATS . , $30 to $50 J15 to $25 112 SLACKS $7.95 S4 31 JACKETS , $16 to $20 $8 to $10 38 SUBURBANS • • . $25 t* $30 (12.50 to $15 207 HOSE »' 2 for SI 184 NECKWEAR . .> 99c NO ALTERATIONS — ALL SALES FINAL Shoes' Jerman — Townwey $12 to $18 Shoes £ Qff ZUCKER'S Stores for Men SANDUSKY PLAZA BOX OFFICE OPENS I'M SHOW STARTS 7:35 PLAYING thru SUNDAY VAN DOROTHY HEFLIN MALONE "BATTLE CRY" In CinetniScope St Color AT 9:25 " AND "THE BOLD and THE BRAVE" WENDELL with MICKEY COREY ROONEY At 7:40—11:50 PLUS Color Cartoon Its time to change For a ONLY AN QIVBS YOU TIM! CONTIOUI0 TOP Of RANG! CONVINIINCI INSTALLATION'S NO PR0ILSM - YOU GET UP TO «9SOO WIRING ALLOWANCE See Your Electric Range Dealer... TODAY! it 's I'm* te ceiHft fe ee ELECTRIC RANGE LIVE IETTIR... ELECTRICALLY OHIO EDISON COMPANY SANDUSKY lellevue Pt. Clinte*

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