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December 15, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 24

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M THE SANDUSKV REGISTER-STAR-NEWS Thursria.v, Dorptnlior 1.5, I!1S5 Around World ^Around Clock RpRistered IJ. S. I 'alcnl Office Exiled Prince Pledges Allegiance ZARAGOZA, vSPAIN (UP) A 17 -year-oId prince plodRcs his iillcgiance today (o (lio cnunlry he may head as l<ing somodjiy. Juan Carlos, a prfnco witliout M palace who is Iho son of exiled pretender Don .Iiian. was scheduled to take the oath of alicj,'iaiicc lo Spain's flag in a colorful ccrcniony at the military academy lierc. .Iiian Carlos ent(M'od the mili- tar,\' academy last Septcmbei- 1 idir an aRrccmcnt t)clvvoon Ccncralissimo Francisco Franco ami Don .Mian piovifling for the yoDlh's preparatory education. Most Of $560,000 Gem Theft Found JOHANNESUIJRG. S O I) 'I'll AFRICA (UP)—Police today announced the recovery ol almost all of $1160,000 worlh of ,i(>u(-l>; taken in the robbery ol a Soiitli African dianioiu' magnate's home. The jewels were found In a brown cardboard box in a suite of the swank Hotel .lohanncs- 1 vfi l.ile Wednesday ni^'hl. 'I'wo men were ai'roslerl in the laid. Police identified Iheni as a lii;;h afficial of an airline and .1 former official of a theater org;mizalion. Plan '56 Talks On Future Of Soar PARIS (UP)— France and Gcr- nany announced today they would open new negotiations in January to decide the future of the coal and steel rich Saar territory. German officials said flatly the announcement paved the way for the return of the Saar "politically" to Germany. The French stressed that the announcement prevented the pro- German Sa;.r government from making a unilateral decision to return to Germany. Plane Crash-Lands On Golf Course GLASGOW, (UP)—The Ing gear of a British European Airways 'Viscount airliner collapsed on a landing approach Wednesday night and the plane crash-landed on a golf course. land-1 All rV2 persos aboard escaped without injury. The landing gear gave way when the plane touched down at Renfrew Airport. The plane plunged through a fence and onto the golf course. Arnthsi Man G§U Off Spe^d Charge COLORADO SPRINOS, COLO., Dec. 15 (UP)—A Jury has aceiHltted Edward E. Higgins, 29, who ha.s no arms and steers his car with his feet, of a charge he drove 100 miles an hour. A jury decided Wednesday that pursuing police officers drove 106 miles an hour to catch Migglns Y cause they were far behind him on the highway—not because he was exceeding the 60 mile an hour speed limit. WITNESSED FOUR MURDERS iVlrs. Shii'ley Warren, l(i. of Dallas, Tex., is comforted by Jam'es C. .Apel after her husband John, 19, was seriously wounded by a wild .shooting gunman. Mrs. Warren saw the gunman. Buford Calhoun kill his estranged wife, Mary, 33, and the couples' three children. Calhoim himself died in a hospital after he was shot down by police in-, a drug store phone booth. Apel is the father of Mrs. Calhoun. (NEA Telephoto). Report Soviet Steel Output Soars LONDON (UP)—Russia's crude The latest bulletin of the stee' production is likely to j I3ritish Iron and SteelJ^ederation also sa.d the Soviets have added extensively to their iron and steel producing works. achieve this - year's—target -T)f 44 ,200,000 tons, an increase of eight percent over last year, it was predicted today. Students Keep Protesting Batista HAVANA (UP) —One student *as shot and wounded when police broke up a small-scale anti -government demonstration in Camaguey province Wednesday. Five students were arrested, according to reports from Moron. Two weeks of students demonstration against the government of President Fulgancio Batista have resulted in at least one death and more than 100 pcr- .sons injui'cd. ND Experiencing Top Production Year In History With Movember's Incoming orders adding up lo an all time single month's record total. New Departure division of General Motors Corporation is assured of experiencing its biggest production year in history, the division's general manager, Paul W. Rhame reported today. The November order load w;)s approximately five percent g:.ther than October, the previous all-time high record month. New Departui'e Division, the top producer of anti-friction ball bearings in the world, also manufactures bicycle coaster brakes, fi'ont wheel hubs for bicycles and automatic transmission parts. The CtM Division operates in 15ristoI, Meriden, Conn, and Sandusky. Incoming orders for ball bearings, the division's major prod­ uct, are heavy from the automotive field, Rhame reported, lut hastened lo add, "Orders aic nio\mting from many other fields such as farm implements, household appliances, electric motors, textiles, melal working, aircraft, construction and communications." lie also asserted that over-all business includes hundreds of new customers in varied lines. This €aii Be the Turning Point Everybody Looks For Detroit Man DETROIT, Dec. 1.5 (UP)—Police and superstitious horseplayers were looking for Roosevelt Williams today. Firemen summoned to Williams' house by a neighbor Wednesday night found a S.'S-gallon still, three barrels of mash, five "dreani books" and 18 pads of mutuel slips. The firemen said six persons called while they were there and asked for the day's "lucky number." Safety and security are ouri forever when w« understand how divine Love really "careth for its own." Many have long sought this priceless assurance and are now finding it through SCIENCE AND HEALTH with Key to the Scriptiirei by Mary Baker Eddy Jesus' words and works arft here made understandable in all their lawful power. The study of this book steadily changes human conditions — always foi the better, always more nearly in accord with God's goodness. 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