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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 16

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fi MEOfSTCII'STARNEWS Pirtntfl Returning Son, 14, To Home; Picked Up Locally 'm will Be A Peally Merry Chrlgtman And Happy New T«tr For V9," Father Exclaimii. A happy and emotionalized fa- Miw and mother called Wednesday morning at the court house •ffieea of the Erie-co welfare department for their 14 -year -old aon who, moved by the wander- luit, had left their Connecticut home almost a month ago and waa forced to stop off at Sandusky because of an injury sustained in an Erie-co traffic accident late la November. Mr. and Mrs. John Stein, Nau- fatuck, Conn., arrived in Sandusky this morning after driving all night from the New England state, and having picked up their son, John, at the Tiffin-av detention home, started back to Connecticut without delay. "It will be a really Merry Christmas and a Happy Now Year for us," said the father this morning to a newspaper reporter, "and will make up for the M'orrisome Thanksgiving Dav we had." Stein repeatedly expro.s.sed his thanks to The Kegi.slcr-Star- News for publishing the picture of their son and his disappearance. "That did it!" he said. "The story located him and gave him back to us. We 'll never forgot the paper's kindness." . . . (U.S.) PROVIDENCE H O S PITAL has discharged Mrs, Walter Meyers, Huron; Gloria Rice, 12091 Johnson-st; Howard Moffitt, 1604 N. Harrison-st; Winthrope Keegan, Clyde; Mrs. William Kaul, 2529 S. Columbus-av; Irene Hemmer, 2113' E. Forcst-dr; Betty Smith, 1511 W. Monroe-st, and Paul Jones, 626V^ Hancock- st. Here's Warm Note: Cedar Point To Be Open On May 30 And In Lookinir Ahead To 90 Plus Temperatures, "Fascination" Belnir Alr-Condltloned. GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPIT al has discharged Mrs. Richard Washburn, Huron; John Atkinson, 2116 W. Monroe-st; Mrs. Alma Billman, 1306 Camp-st; Mrs. Dean Jones, 3407 W. lonroe-st: Dean Albert, 606 E. Market-st; Mrs. Edward Wlodarsky. Berlin Heights; Cynthia Sheard. 1002 Central-av; Mrs. Edward Thomp- soi and baby, 1912 W. Monroe-st; Richard Ashburn. 317 Decatur-st,, and Dean Hottenrook, 2125 Pipe- st. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HAS discharged Miss Marcella Barnette. Gypsum. COURT HOUSE $35,000 Judgment Sought In Action Judgment of $35,000 for pcr- .'•)nal injuries i.s sought in a petition filed in common pleas court by Gwendol.vn A. Strauss, Bay Bridge, against the Russell Jlimking Line, and the U. S. Gypsum Co., Gypsum, on three counts of negligeijcc. Plaintiff states that on March 19, this year, and while walking on the sidewalk of a Bay Bridge street, she was struck by sheets of plaster board which escaped from a passing truck. The load on the truck, .said owned and opei-ated by the Russell line, is claimed by her to have been insecurely fastened. She states slie suffered facial bone fractuuros, cheek and' mouth laceration.s, a d hip and knee injuries. A RURAL MAILBOX OWNED by Harry Hull, S. llayes-av and Wade-blvd, was damaged Tuesday hy an auto said driven by. Henry 1,. Hershe, S. llayes-av, when the vehicle skidded ou slippery pavement, the sheriff's department reported. No other car was involved. A MINOR TWO-VEHICLE traffic mishap Wednesday morning on Route 2 and 6, .just east of the city limits, and in which no one was injured, was reported by the sheriff's department. Slippery pavement was blamed for the mishap. Despite snow and adverse weather, plans arc going forward for the 1956 season at Cedar Point. D. M. Schneider, president and general manager, has announced ope*iing dates for the Lake Erie resort. Because of Memorial Day failing in mid-week, the beach and midway facilities will be open to the public only on May 30 instead of a long week-end such as was featured the past two seasons. Partial facilities will also be available to the public on June 2 and 3 while the Breakers Hotel and other features open June 9 and continue in full operation until Labor Day, Sept. 3. A revised Cedar Point folder has been printed and readied for distribution. One page is given over to a map of northern Ohio and the new Turnpike, which is expected to bring resort guests froln a wider area than ever before. In looking ahead lo 90 plus temperatures next summer, \\. S. Starr has been busy lately installing air-conditioning equipment in the "Fascination" building on the midway. MR.S. PHILLIP BOCK Mrs. Lillian L. (Scherz) Bock, 81, wife of Phillip, died Tuesday evening at the home, 1217 Co­ lumbus-av, following an extended illness. Mrs. Flock was a member of the Presbyterian Church and tlie Womens' Association, Group 2. Surviving, in addition to the husband, are a son, Kenneth, Sandusky; a daughter, Mr.s. Lester Lehman, Cleveland: a grand- d?fughter: a sister, Mrs. Julia Pusch, and a brother. Di- Ralph Scherz, both of Cleveland. The body is at the Qiiit/k Funeral Homo. Arrangement.', are to be announced. The family has requostofi tli;il flowers be omitted and oxpro.';- sions of sympathy may lir ninrle, if desired, to the Presbyterian Church fund. the Prey Funeral flome, the Rev. J. A. Griffith, officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Thiirsday evening. HENRY B. BLlIiVH-: Henry B. Blume, 64. W. Kol- 'ett-st. a millwright for the Wagner Quarries for 32 years and a resident of the city for 4li years, died Tuesday afternoon at C.ood Simiari- tan Hospital following aii illness of several weeks. •Services for Miss Gertrude H. Chamberlain were held Wednesday morning at the Ch.nrles J. ores Sons' Funeral Home and at SS. Peter and Paul Church, the Rev. Gerald M. Stein, officiating. Burial was in St. Joseph's ^ motory. Pallhe? ers were Robert Micl- ko, William .Schemmer, Kenneth Behrendsen, Clifford C u r t o nj Kuss \\ Kelly and Charles Chamberlai 4-H Camp Fund Receives $550; Nears $25,000 check From Loraln-co Dairy S a I e .1 Assn. Presented to County Agent Rmtfles, Services for Adolph E. Szcn- dory were held Wednesday morn- in;; al c Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home and at SS. Peter and Paul CluuTh, the Rev. John r >ehmkuhl, officiating. Burial ..as in St. .losepli's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Webster and Berton Stewart, Harold Leber, Albert Frank, Theodore Westerhold and E, O. Welker. Services for John J. Drotos n, , ,I were held Wednesday afternoon Mr. Blume was a member of .„ j,,^ i antral Home, the Rev. J. A. Griffith, officiating. Burial wa.s in Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers were James and /Cion Lutheran Churcli. Surviving ai'c Ills widow, the former Fannie Francis: two sons. John and Leon, Columhus: I wo i Larry Dunlap, Walter Keller, CIRCLE THREE OF ST. PAUL Lutheran Church has cancelled its ("hristmas party, which had been scheduled for Thursday night. DON WHITTAKER, 32,5 FRANK- lin-st, employe of Brown's Boats, Inc., reported to police today that the four hub caps of his new model car were stolen Tuesday night while tlie vehicle was parked in front of the boat company. Wildlife Official Speaks To Kiwanis Members At Huron WINNERS IN CARD GAMES al the Knight.s of Columbus home Tuesday evening were Mrs. John Gillett, Mrs. B. C. Callan, Mrs. William Bercher, Mrs. T. S. Jeffrey, Mrs. John Curtis, Mrs. Katherine Kingseed, Mrs. R. Waterfield, John Gillett and James Gillett. INJURY TRIAL OPENS .Jury trial opened Wednesday morning before Judge James L. McCrystal in the personal injury action, seeking judgment of S'f.OOO, brought "by Richard Gar- locU, minor, through his mother, Katherine Garlock, 2008i»j Campst, against Donald Wyalt and Jerry Lee Vollz, both of 226 E. Alarket-st. Plaintiff states thai in September, 19,'i3, and while he was riding a bicycle along E. Foresl- dr, he siruck a.id injured by an auli) o; i' hy defondiinls. '^efendiuit.s contond that tlie boy, riding an adult-.sizo bike, lost control of the .'ehiele when approaching the c!"- in company with three other children, and ran into the car's fender. Calri and Catri appear for plaintiff, and Flynn, • and Kruse, for defcrdanls. WATCHMEN OF THE PENN- •sylvania Railroad at the crossings at W. Monroe-st, Venice-rd and Tiffin-av will be taken off duty effective on Dec. 16, company official.*! announced today. The watchmen are on duty during the coal shipping season at the Lower Lake Dock Co. SENTENCE OF THREE DAYS, plus six months in jail, and a fine of $500, plus co.sts, for drunken driving, imposed Tuesday by Caslalia Mayor W. W. Sedgwick on Arthur Lee Ford, 42, 1225 N. Depol-st, was reduced, under certain probationary conditions, lo three days in jail and fine of $200 and costs, according to the sheriff's report. F'ord had been involved in a traffic accident. THE ILLEGAL DUIVIPING OF rubbish on Milan-rd, near the Wagner Quarries, is being investigated by the sheriff's department. Foster D. Roszman. representative of the Ohio Division of Wildlife, state fisheries, Sandusky, was guest speaker Tuesday night at I he meeting of the Huron Kiwanis Club, and explained the various functions of his division which covers wildlife and enforcement, fishing, and technical work being done at Put-in-Bay. He stated that Lake F2rie has averaged between 19 and 24 million pounds of fish per year for the past 10 .years, and that a harvest of about five million pounds of yellow pike perch was gathered last year. Roszman lauded the commercial fishermen for their trying to co-operate with the laws pertaining to size and net mesh. A number of guests, including lack Armstrong and Jim Hartley of Huron High school's "Key Club," attended the meeting. * WEATHER BUREAU* By IJ S Weather Bureau ,^ • —« Sandusky and vicinity: Cloudy and a little colder tonight with more snow, low 23. Thursday partly cloudy and cold with snow flurries, high 30. Islands, reefs and Sandusky Bay: Southwest winds 15 to 20 mph through tonight becoming wost-southwest around 20 on Thursday. Snow flurries and freezing temperatures tonight and Thursday morning. Sunset today 5:02. Sunrise Thursday 7:50, sunset 5:02. Barometer al 11:30 a. m., 29.54, falling slowly. Temperature 34, rising slowly. High Tuesday 34, low this morning 30. ago the high was 38*and low 14. Record high for this dale 60— 1920; low -1—1914. daughters, Mrs. (icorgo Merrill, Norwalk, and Mrs. Roger Braun, Sandusky; three grandchildren, and thrdc brothers, .lolin, Herman and Dicdrich, all in Germany. Friends may call at the Lutz I'u- ncral Home after 7 p. m. Wednesday, where services will be at 'I p.m I'^riday. the Rev. Theodore Stollhorn, officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. f'klward Moran, Peter Corso and Edwin Jump. Services for Mrs. Edith Flint were held Wednesday afternoon at the Lutz Funeral Home, the Rev. Theodore Stollhorn, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cenu'toi-y. Pallbearor.s were Elmer. Clarence. Wilbort and Vernon Sigler, Huel Flint and Sylvester Henold. The Erie-co 4-H Camp improvement fund was given a large boost toward the goal of $25,000 today, when a check for approximately $550 was received from the Lorain-co Dairy Sales Association. Following the extension of the federal milk marketing order, to include Lorain-co, the Association, which had been active in the marketing of milk for farmers in Lorain, Erie and Huron- cos, decided to disband. The board of directors of the associa lion voted to contribute funds in their possession to rural youth activities in the counties which the organizattion served. The Erie-co 4-H camp received the Erie-co share of the funds, and Lorain and Huroti-cos' shares were given over ;o the Junior Fair in those counties. Kd Hahn, Berlin Heights, director in the association, made the presentation of the check to Harold Ruggles, county agent, at the extension office today. Ruggles reports that nearly $24,000 has, now been collected toward the goal of $25,000. He said work on the buildings at camp ha.si been hailed because of the weather, hut will be resumed in the spring. 1 /4 -inch Electric Drill Kit Ideal for Homes, Farms, Hobby Shops, Repair Kits, Handles drilling and sand* ing jobs... has Wire Whe «l Brush with arbor for re» moving rust and old paint.' Plenty of extra room . . • WHOLF HARDWARE HANCOCK U MADISON PHONE 762 City-Owned Tractor Forced Into House Knights Of Columbus Entertain Children CHARLES (KLAIR) DALTOV Charles (Klain Dalton. 41,1 1019 Hancock-st, died Tucsdayl evening al Providence Hospital after a short illnosx. Mr. Dalton was employed hy Philco Corp. He wa.s a member The annual Knights of Colum- of the Sandusky Kennel Club ij^s Chri.stmas party for mem- .school "'"^ t't-'-s' c'liilciren will be hold Sun- Surviving is a daughter, Miss'^'"-^'- «^ ^ p. m. at the Nancy I3alton, Sandusky. |K' "f C. homo. Friends may call at the Charles' This year the party avill_ be J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home more enjoyable because of the after 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, enlarged hall. Santa will make where services will be at l:30:his appearance with gifts for p. m. Friday, the Rev. William a" children to the age of eight Miller, officiating. Burial will ^^ars. Movies will again be the be in Attica Cemetery. l'?^"'"".'V/'i"' T.;."' iWestorhold heads a commitloe WILLIAM C. HASSEBERG c^onsisling of Jake Kreidler, Nelson Opper, John Scherer, C. J. Mrs. Harry WUIYCII. 61J An-joa^jpl Herman Pohlman. Emer- derson-st, has received woi'd of' the death of William C. Hasseberg, 78. a former Sandusky resident and retired oil man, at Dewey, Okla. Survivors include his widow; a son, and three sisters, Mrs. William Walker, Mrs. Harry Wurzoll and Mrs. George Soaff, all of Sandusky. Services will be al 2 p. ni. Thursday at the Arnold AToore Funeral Home at Bartlesville, Okla. son Siftnser, Leo Brown, Onufry Popyk and Al Miller. All members are urged to attend tlie K of C retreat at Holy •Angels' Church beginning Thursday evening at 7:30. A city-owned tractor driven by John Mazza, 1202 Milan-rd, struck the porch of a hou,se at 1133 Sycamore Line early today when Mazza said a car forced him off the road. 'I'he liouse is owned by the Anna Zuber estate. Ma/za told police he was driving the tractor south on Sycamore Line and about to make a turn on lo Finch-sl when a car came from I''inch-st and headed toward him. Mazza said he had to lake lo the boulevard to avoid a collision and in doing so hit the house porch. A post and floor of the porch were damaged, police reported. Now You Too Con Own A CAPEHART TELEVISION A demonsiration will convince you that there is "nothing liner than a Capehart" We need used television sets and Hie in a position to offer you more for your old set so ihat you can now huy a Capehart for less than you would pay for an ordinary set. Prices start at $179.95 for 21" iafcle models. WILLIAMS RADIO & TV Service is Part of Our Sales 217 Reese St. Phone 2445 exclusively at HERMAN'S WANT ADS BRING RESULTS BING COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Phone ^689 Westera Security Bldc- Fires WALTER W. DUNHAM Walter W. Dunham, 81. Lake Stevens, Wash., a native of Cas­ lalia and who left that community in 1922, died Tuesda,v night. Surviving are three sons, Waiter J., Castalia: Charles, I^akeil I Stevens, and Oliver. Sandusky; One yearjt^^.o daughlors, Mrs. Oscar Gurlz, Castalia, and Mrs. George Kasper, Toledo; five grandchildren, and two sisters, I^ou Young, Sandusky, and Mrs. Cora Losvar, Lake Stevens. Services are being arranged. || A BLACK AND M'lIITK FF- Miale hound dog, licensed with tas, which si rayed Tuesday to the , : premises of Glen Rartlett, S. WIFE GRANTED DECREE Divorce wa.s granted l)y .Uidgc • McCryslal lo Mary C. Hai ris, I R, llarrLs, G22 Warren-sl, on grqunds of gi'O.ss neglect of duty. Custody of two minor children was awarded the mother, and the father ordered lo pay ?2,5 per week for their support and main- lenance. Dads Of FSV Hold Christmas Party (Tuesday) 1 I ,12 p, ni.—to Mur.scheli House. 1221 N. Depot-.sl; cmergenc.s. (Hcscue squad). Private services for Del)ra' .\iin, infant daufiliter of Mi', andji Mrs. Willi .Mm Whydc. Route 209.| Castalia, will be lield Friday at SMITH HDWE. CO. Your Headquarters for lor the rightful owner, he reported to the sheriff's depart-' ment. DAViD OLDS, SOPHOMORE AT St. Mary's High school, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Olds, 'im Clinton-st, is a patient in Providence Hospital where he has under- one surgery to correct an injury received in early fall football practice. TODAY'S LOCALS The local po.sl oi Dads ol Fur- ,,,,„,_, omCLAL N A VIG ATION n„n bcrv.co Vcteran.. he d ^^^^^ terminate their annual t liiislnias pait,\ al , , llan.sons rc.staura,.! vO.cre a tur- ^/""^ ' ' l'^";;f'''> • ^;-<" •^<"nn Wev dinner uas scrv.ul. " « '""Scr be After the rhnncr ibo part> V"f''• ^ - - continued al ihc VFW Hub ' M'I ft, Fiii^ulaife Deep Freeze. where colored ijrojcclioii pic i , , . ,•,, , ., ,^ , .... lures 01 national interest were CHR|.ST.MA,S I'AKTV Clako Meat .Sitcor, Ca.sli Roy- •^hown by Dad Uobcils, iollowcd "lemijers of AMVETS I'o.st IT and j^^i^,,. Toledo Scalo.S l)y the siiifiin,- of Chrisinias Au.xiliary will start at (J p. m. lo-l carol.s. S.inta Clans prcseiilcd m the post (piartcrs. ^ gifts. Becaii-c Cb;i|)l;iin Fred llaiph .^iEiMRER.S OF A.MEItlCAV \^•as unable to jillfiid. the chap- l.<\uioii .Auxiliary will l>rin!', Iain's chair \\;is filled by ox- uoods tor Cluistnias; chaplain Hcriiard ,1. Mctiory, fiti.i -k>'ls the ^roiip \s'ill pack fori who is the oldest incmber of;""' '"'''''.v wlu'ii they attend thi' the local post and one of thei oldest in the national r,rj;aniza-! 'I'luirsday evening. His atlcndanci 50 USED TV'S FOR SALE iLOG CABIN INN will be TABLE MODELS .. . $2.').00;closed Sal. nile to tlie public. CONSOLES $30.00: We will serve our .$2.00 Spe- NEED A St'COND TV SETlcial Chicken, family style ,^iO USED SETS GO on SALE Sunday. jFRI., DEC 15 & SAT., DEC.^ Ifi, 1 O'CLOCK TILL .'3. 'Km V FN ICE RD. Electric Housewares Ol-'FICF CLOSFI) DI'X'. 17 to Jan. ,'') DELttU AUTOMATIC COFFEE MAKER Make.« 3-9 cups of delicious coffee. Automatic Brew Selector. Easy to clean. Phone i;Uil) or 1400 I'ri (•(' o Reduced Colson, Pal, Tiikes. American Made .Scliwui, Legion! Colson, RoadMaster Pikes SANDUSKY CYCLE CO. Hon His atlciidanct> was more remark;»l>lc due to the l;ict that he \* a • injured when --truck b\ an ai'l'iniotiih> in .lunc ot lf).14. and llii'- one ol ilw it'\^ (inU's l'(< hit'ii ,ibli' to leave III- lionic SpccM I :;uc.'-l s •• r i r M i Charles Flcitncr pr('--iiii'nl oi the Ladie- .\u.\iliars, \ FW, Mr FlettiH 'i aiirl Mr. jind Mis Webb (.ibeaut The next repubu iufctiiiL'' oi tlie I'o t « ill be be!'' on l 'ui '^ii ;o . Dec. ''7. at lb" VFW Sdiric ni\'. activi'ics aic to he discu.'-^i'd ;it that fiiiic and all aici!il)cis arc M-r.^uy shows that alujiit (iU por- WANT ADS BRING HF.Sl'LTsI^'-^'^"'^ production controls and . . jprice suijporis lo coiiliiitie on ' \( lic;it. OliKi pro(l\K'cis give tliese rca | Willis lor their Ijclu'f I 'oiilrol.s arcj :i ''(.'ilrd lo boLsU 'r prices iii \ U".\ ol cM ^iiiij.' .urpluscs, 1)1^; wheal iM -oduci-rs ha\e \'olin« coiilrol. and' |liic trend IS low.ird innie /loi less guvsicnient jreguiatKjn. , MR .S. iRViN ()nLi;:>L\('iii:K ot .Milan held all IL' cards in .» oiil)lc run of lu'arls diiriiiu ,i pinoihic .eanic. al the lionu^ ol .Mr. and .Mrs. How.'ird l,iiulsh'.\ Milan. .Sui'h a dea' rarciv e\i'i lia))peiis more than once in a h let line, card cxpi'i'l.s .sa>. Controls Expected By Ohio Farmers \V.\Sill.\ti ro.\, Dec. 14 .I\.S^.\ sur\e.\' conducted b> Ohio imi W 'luMi ^•ou Ihink of I\1alch (laines or f 'iai 'tic(^ l "^oie ]ing. B' IWI. at BO(;Ftn'\S SELECT XMAS TRFFS ALL SIZES l.)R. H, 1.. SOU'ASll. I\1.D. Laf.L^e iiisifle di.sjila) ol Christmas IIHH'.S al Maschari BIOS., 1111 W. Washin.ulon. Johnny \'adnal Dance Fn., Drc. 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