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JUDGE ASSERTS NO PROSECUTION OF AUTOMOBILES •y ROfTAltO V. MCCARTIfV WKW VOUH. DM. 19 (VP) ntiMM Solomon sf emed lik#- Ir tMa.T to IrnA to his bun- i«Mn«iit from r«hlcle acd- Acfit ««nrt. Miflstraff Ch»rlps Solomon etmt up with this words of wis- <!«m tu«8d«\— Slid tidhl pftrk- Iflf ei^' s w«re dUmissed in qiik-k Rueetsston. WednMfciv, jusf »s rtuicklv. the n-ord leaked out that Sol- nmcn would probably never »t»in be assigned to traffic court lifter his regular weekly stint there ends Friday. '•I can't help that, pan 1?" " lomon asked when reporters •ent tb him with the news that wa» having his last assignment in traffic court and asked for more words of wisdom. Solomon, who "laims no rr- latlenship fo the original vise king, endeared himself to harried New York motorists with tli# decision: "You cant i>roseciif* a car." Brtrer Pleads Innocent He made the rulinit after a motorist pleaded innocent to overtime parking. The patrolman who i.ssued the ticket ari- mitfid eould not prove the motorist owned the ticketed automobile or even that he was responsible for it being illegal' parked. Solomon advised (he motorist he had constitutional privilep;e of refusing to s y whether he was the.-'Owner or not. "You have the right to remain mute," Bolpmon told the motorist. "I reinain mute. >oiir honor." the motorist said catching on quick "Case riJsmis.spri. ' said Solo- viion. "Vou cant prosecute a car." Seven other moforist.s on the d ckot lor similar offen.se.s fol-| lowed the pattern laid down byj the .iudgc. They Ino wore dismissed. Cit.v Hall Panics City Hall became slarmed. Officials calculate parking fines produced more than six million dollars revenue first year and even more than that so far this year. The next day, Wednesday, Sgt. Lawrence Lucky of the police legal bureau advised patrolmen to ask for adjournment if of- 'enders refused to admit ownership of vehicles. The adjournment wfts to provide time to .subpoena records of the state i motor vehicle bureau and es-i tablish identity of the car owners. Word leaked out from sources [ close to Chief Magistrate John ^f. Murtagh that Solomon would; get no further assignments tO' traffic court because of his 'unrealistic attitude." PENINSULA NEWSZANtJVIllE 1$ Zf^T^ BUZZING WITH CJ..«^.J I ..^^.S^ 't-tl'ef' Caralenaen, who has If III! idward Ludwig To t.k.n ove. .per.tion ^ gjg j^QyjJ pj H MC I Fruit Grower lOroup, Ottawa«co CATAWBA ISLAND, HCt IS ,^ -Ottawa-co Fruit Grower Asso-j"*V/^- Rodleff Carttenaen. who has taken ove.- operation. Mr. add Mrs. D. C. Sheres entertained their Tokdo club at dinner and cards one evening. Mr. and Mrl. MorrU Johnson drove to Michigan, uhere they attended the wedding of a rel- ciatlon held its annual meeting at the Catawba Island Union Chapel. A dinner was served by the Dorcas Societ^. Mrs. Edward Ludwig poured punch and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lonaer «ind daufhter, formerly of Dc- f '-Olt, have taken up temporaiy residence at Rocking Chair Cove pending completion of their home in the Cliffs. Lonaer ts ZANESVILL P :, Dec 1« i\JP>-~ This town was still aglow todtSy from its first world movie premiere and all the parados and bu.stic that goes with the invasion of a troupe of movie stars. On hand^to accompHny the first showing of the movie "The NKW YORK (INS) - The New York City Departmenl of Health has warned parents not to give aspirin to children of any age, unless Instructed by physicians. The warning followed the death of two children In r^^-ccnt weeks as a result of an overdose of aspirin. Officials warned parllcularly of the dangers of "baby aspirin" v'hich is flavoi"cd or candy-coated fo' palatability and told parents lu .,u>..,-B K""--" K""-"""inome in ine uniin. i^onnei •«i\veonesaay J. E. Peltier served as toastmai- gffjijgted with FOrd Motor Co., and Wcller tei. 'near Sandusky. ' • A good representation from Miss Alta Brohl was elected various fruit sections of the coun- vice president and Mrs. Harry . , ,,..iio keep all drugs out of the reach Court Martial of Billy Mitchell children. ty board reports from committees and officers. Fred Grimm, agricultural extention agent, reported on the public relations project with food editors. Orlmm also led the singing. General approvaI»was given for repetition of a similar project. The peach, pear and plum Karshner, recording secretary of the Port Clinton Garden Club at a meeting held recently in the l -ii e of Mrs. George Wenger. Mr. Ida Frenzell is a patient at Magruder Hospital. M and Mrs. Edward Ludwig motored to Michigan, where they visited Miss Adeline Glossier, sister of Mrs. Ludwig, a patient Engineers' Strike Slopped In Time For Holiday Rush growers levied one cent per tree! at St. John's Hospital, Detroit on their production costs to pro vide the necessary public relations fund. Hope was expressed! that a joint effort including all fruit growers will provide better advertising of area fruits. The following officers and directors were elected for 1956: President, Edward Ludwig: vice- president. Luther Peters; .secre; lary. Alice Miller; treasurer' Daniel Shores; directors, Al and relatives In Grosse Polnte and St. Clair Shores. NEIGHBORING DEATHS AND FUNERALS Wedfiesday niRht at the Liberty Theaters, \\erc several actors. These InrMuded Nulalie Wood, former child star; l''rod Clark, the only actor present who appeared in the movie; George O'Hanlon; Gonzales (Jonznles, (he screen comedian, and Tab H\mlt^r. U was Hunter who got Ihei biggest ovation. The., siils, ., ^ screamed and scrambled for snu-^ WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 (INSi venirs during his fnui- appear-! —The 52-year-old flight engi- atices, until it nearly broke upi^ep,.^. ^i^. the premiere. ,. , ,. Other celebrities present xvcre "^'S'' Adeic August, a Miss Universe rompatfy to put on extra, contestant and Rosanna Rory. "iRht.s to handle heavy Christmas; Italian ncivess. Iraffic. The Mhole affair cnnip «bnul The company and the AFL- th rough Muskingum County's t^lO Flight Engineers and the achievement in leading the na- Fliaht Engineers International tion in Tuberculosis Christma.s .\.s.sociation reached agreement on Seal sales. a now two-year contract Wed- Norman Nadel, crilic for ihp ncsdny night, compromising the Columbus Citizen, said the tilm „asic Issues in the dispute. an outkandllig motion The contract gives United the nehl to hire pilot-qualified en- 9^ FURNITURE —for Christmas The Proctical Gift from C. A. GOOD FURNITURE CO. IT PAYi TO SUT GOOD FURNlTURt ill PUTNAM 8T. SANDUSKY PH. 174» Utere M OUM 9 A. M. to I P. M. Every Day Until Christmas FREE PARKING Your Floor Problems To Ut, Uf Us Solve Them for You GOSSOFF'S 24S E.. MARKET ST. PHONE I4S7 Op«n CTMin#i By Appeintmonl is "not an outstanding picture, yet its theme i."; a,<; important a.s any to motivate a Look TO KRESGE'S RUNS SO HOURS ON BUnERY SQ.98 with I NI «I»?V lilCmOMAriC 4-G£Aft European Sport Cor SlTMNIlliilwi; lO '^lMf • IgiiitiM kty • Rulibtr Nrtf lllifh tnto tw» %p»%4% ^w<tt9tA and r«vorte goor. tuM 50 hour* on ono battery f Perfect scale models ot foropo'* mott popolar «p«r» car . . . beootiM liHle jobi, #r«cilien made by German t*chniciont from th« Western ten*. With reel ignition fcey ta start motor! SurpriM the yMmpitori %i/ith o car now or al Chriitmoti KRESGE'S Liann. Al Kalb, '^^f'^;^.^^^^^^^^^^ 15 „ .lohn movie in recent years," Rolhe Barn-^^l-^H^^,^^^^ ^.^^ ^,^^^,^3^. i„ f^^^^ acredjted the films !his south Lakeside home atler ability lo hold its ^audu-nce to ilir :a brief illoesa. He was born inS «C« oB.Uy Mitchell as both !.Jun^. 1876 in Czechoslovakia and 'ncredible -ajid t^rue. '•.vas a retired emplo.ve of the Kel- " " L. D. Luchsinger, holt. R. A. Gill and Vincent Nu gent. Island Pupils To Present Operetta On Saturday Night KELLEYS ISLAND, Dee. LI— .\n operetta, "Susanna's Chrlsti mas Auction," will he presented in the town hall al 8 p. m. Saturday by pupils of grades leylsland Lime and Transport ^^O' i AsSOCiCtte Ageilt Surviving ere six sons, John, Jr.. ..iarblehead; Michael, George and Stephen, all Lakeside; Joseph, Porti Marblehcad; Michael, George and jjg ReCOmmended Clinton and Peter in Florida; 22 D-- /^-k,,—_:i XJ grandchUdren, two great-grandchil -lOy V^OUIICU XlOre dren andbrother, GeOrge, Marble- i head. Hi» wife preceded him in Name of .lohn A.vl.'iwnrth Mill aealh. Be .Submitted to Board of Friends may call at the Gerner i Trustees at OSl'. and Wolf Funeral H«uiie, where the 'Rosary will be recited this eve- Sincers and set crew require-; mcnl.s for future aircraft but ciives engineers presently with-, out pilot qualificalion.s the right! In hold Dieir jobs and to re- (•ei\e pilot training at the eom-j pan.s'.s e.vpense if they desire. I TliP basic issue in the long; v\flikout was o\er I he company's' insislencp that the engineei-s; have pilots' qualifications. _ i Hits the Spot! ERIN BREW Rne-cn extension council at lot ND INNOCENT COIXAIBUS, Oer. l,i 'UP) ~i Mr.s. rrcne V. Whatle.v. .^i, Colunv, bu ,. was found innocent of first. '.et ;iPG nian.slaughter Wednesday inj he fntal cutting of her husband. through six. jiosarv ictucu ••'•'o » - - « uu . —The opcretTaT^or two act.s. Is „ing Services will be held at 9 Wedne.sda.v night's meeting voted Kdwarri. 4.3. last Oct, %. She test)the story of a little girl whose: g. m. Saturday in St. Josephs t recommend to the board of lied .she struck him with a knite I ovs must be sold to pay for a catholic Church, Marblehead. the, trustees of Ohio State Lniver.sity when he attacked her. Reac/ ffte Classiiied Pages \ase. she has broken. Rev. Paul Palka. officiating. Bur The cast includes, Diane ial is to be in the Parish Ceme Hughes, Daniel Brown, Charles tery. Rjed.\, Donald Miller, Sharon Kleba. Richard Schlesselman,: M1S8 JULIA B. FRIEND Pauline Schiewe, Ned Perruchon,! NORWALK, Dec. 15 — MisS Julia Jeffry Norris. James Bugal, Janctfi. Friend, 7tl, former Norwalk busi- Erne, Marie Riedy, Jerome Miller, James Kekelik, Kenneth Knapp, Michael Feyedelem. nesswoman, died Wednesday evening in her home at 17 State-st, after an UlneSi of several months. that, ./ohn Aylsworth he appointed associate agent in the Krie-co extension office, Coun I.'. .Agricultural .Agent Harold C. Ru;?gies announced. Ayls\(orth is a native nf VVayne-co and a 1955 graduate of Ohio State University, with a major in agriculture education. He has been a 4-H club member for 11 years and was a member of an FFA during his four years in High school. An oulstandin.y student at OSU. he was a member of a number of honorary fraternities and student groups. isis are to be Diane Hughes.i Following graduation from rol- Terencp Rpt/enheimer Jane Norwalk Community Concert: iggg ^^.^^ june. he was seleclpd Rrnr. Ned Perruchon and Daniel " me'nber of seven to participate of St. Paul s Episcopal Church and m the International Faim Youth Exchange program and spcnl fi^•e months li\ing and \vorking Also! B I: A ;; ;nd J ;^ Erne.lshe was born in Florida but spent Je.ssica Riedy, Terence Betzen -i most of her hte m N^^ heimer, Terence Miller, Marcia ^ro"" to 1M4 ^^^^^ Riedv. Laura Riedy, Lenore!brother. William, o_perated Friend s Knapp and Kendall Brown. Solo- shoe store here. For a number of , ^ ^ ^ A served as choir mother for several • Special hand mu.«it. drills ""d ^.^^^.^ j,^^ , „,pniber of dances will also be presented, Norwalk Businesi* and Profes- The operetta is under the sjongi . sionai Women* Club and the rection of Mrs. Orville Lange andi^^^ j,^^^ ^j,e American Revolu- Mrs. Howard Brown, teachers nfitjon. grades 1-6 I surviving beside* the brother 1 with whom she made her home and To F«ed Carolers CATAWBA ISLAND, Dec. 13 1 tAvo nieces, Mrs. Florence Thomas, Euclid and Mrs. Mary Heck, Wick- .JliWe and a nephew, John Todd, —Chapel Mothers will furnish!Euclid. the lunch next Wednesday eve-! friends may call at the Johnson ning at the Union Chapel fori^'""®"' Home. SerWces will be the Chri.stmas carolers made upl'^^'^ *• Saturday in SLlHu'-on. - . of the classes of Mrs Edwin-^^PJ't'opa! Church, the Revj certificate lor serving as a host Williams anrEdwardLiei^U^^^^ I>enniso„. family to an International Farm \K'i(h farm families in Greece. AylsH'orlh who i.* not married expert.s to start working in Erie-co on Jan, 1 Tlie extension council at la.st night's meeting al.so reviewed the annual report ol the extension agent's activities during the past year and discus.sed the extension program which might oe developed for the next se\eral years. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kaiser, were presented witb a tin Refkar is to furnish the tree for the Christmas prosrani to be held at the Chapel on the »ve- iiinE of Dec. S.'l. : Burial i« to be in Woodlawn Ceme- nffriaiinc family to an internaiionai rami Youth Exchange delegate Irom tery. Chile last summer. CATAWBA ISLAND 4 Mr and motored to BOTH FRIENDLY STORES -<>> M TS . Karl Adams Detroit—Jmd r»- j turned Mrs. Harrj' Brown to the home of her daughter after a two weeks visit with friends here. Webb's ice cream stop on Fulton-st, operated the past two years by the Riegal Fetterman 'family, has been sold to Lucille Funeral Directors Of District 12 At Wednesday Meeting MRS. ROSANNA HEN.SEL FREMO.NT. Dec 15—Funeral semces for Mrs, Rosanna Hensel, 62, Fremont, who died Tuesday in Memorial Hospital, will be held Friday at 2 p. m. in the Kellev-Funeral Home. Burial is to be in Four Mile Houae Ceme-i Jack Dutt, Huron, opener! a tery. meeting of District 12. Ohio tu- A lifelong Fremont'resident, i neral Directors Association in She Is survived by sons, Marion, I the lAB Club Wednesday night Summit, V. J. and Robert, Fre- A general discussion was held moot; a si.,ter,. and four grand- 1 about cemeteines in the area, wh " I ...^1 rriioistc invitfifi to lom me children. DON'T MISS THIS! DO IT YOURSELF Plastic Wall Tile Demonstration Learn . . . how tosy it is to install this gleaming Homart tile. Watch this educational Demonstration and you eon hove the savings and satisfaction of installing your own tile. Bring those questions and see if you con stump the experts. SEARS BUILDING SUPPLY DEPT in the Basement ii; of several guests invited to join the discussion. I William Engel, manager of the !.Sandusky Chamber of Commerce, 'said lliat per.sons interested in 'purciiasing cemetery lot.s should fust olitain leaflets pul out li> \\\c Association of Better Ru.si- ness Bureiui.s, ln< The leaflets aip s\ mlnlilp ai Chamher of Commerce off ices or from area funeral fliieciors. Owners Liable If Dogs Without Tags Kiic-io auditing department jtoflaj pointed out that owners oi idogs that do not cany a 1856 license tag by Dec. 31, 1953, will be held liable for certain damages inflicted by such dogs on or alter Jan. 1, 1958. It was explained that b.v spe- al legal Ohio statute tlu> owner an unlicensed do>; muM piiy Ihp los.s ol Hn\ Hiiiiiial <ii killed l)> ihr dos.: ni casr le- of -111 li lo>^ i> filed \\ II h h»i>U'i'^ i>l lUr lo\'nsluii in vUiK h llir rljniirtue or loss ha> hern incun eri f)nf licpii^r,^ loi iloE*. in ells And couiilA for IW .'it) iri ;9\ br lib- lamed tum al ihe rount\ .mdi- loi s office*, or iii v^Mniiy pi P \iou.-^l> annouiii rd I OIMI nnr, in tile coiiiil.\ FTC Hin Chevrolet Parts Sales Claim WASHINGTON HNS'-The Fed- ,eia' Trade Commission charged today that General Motors falsel.\ idvcrlisi-s liiat Us nu-\iv.lot rv- I'I HII nu'iii [talis an- ht'iicr ilian Tiie F 11 ( iM\i oiiili'il ih,(l Minn (insvinlpi p.mlv Imin niMiii; '^rrurfLi who >fil the »an)« item.* I nw poi 1 ihr FREE HOME DELIVERY BULK Pitted Dates 2 LARGE SIZE Walnuts 1 lb. I M« PILLSBURY or GOLD MEDAL Flour CHRISTMAS Tinsel Order Your Christmas Poultry and Hams This Week 10 lb. haq Waldock's Ready-to-Eat Hains39 Butt Half WHOLE HAMS »49 c lb. STORE HOURS FOR Christmas Week Mon., Tues, 8 A. M to 6 P. M. Wed.. Thursw Fri. 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Sat.8 A.M.toSP.M. CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS AND CHRISTMAS MONDAY rood Center 8 3 2 F U LTON ST.