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32 HEOISTEH STAR NEWS COURT HOUSE Action For Judgment 1$ Filed in Court Coinhlnori jiulRinrnl .s of $1R,- 914.21. plus imprest, lorcclo .siirc of roal oslalp IHOI I KHRO C I PCC I .S, «nlo of properly aiui (li.strihtilion of pioi'ppcis nrp souclH in a ppHlioii filed in rommon pica.s court hy C^hri.sljaii and Malilda Toft, Houlp 2. Sanduskx. aj;ain,st Lester \\. and Marian F, Coole.x', Route 2, Xamed eo-defendaiifs hecause they niik'lU have an interest in the prn|)erly in\-ol\ed are William Hiedcl. Perkins-av and Campbell-sl; Kurt/. Roofing t^o.. Inc., :U)5 W, Waler-sl: and Wii- Of Delegate Slate GOOD SAiMARI AN HOSPIT- al ha.s discharged Mm. George Roinke « d baby, Port Clinton; r ^ouise Hoffman, 320 Ccntral-av; Theodore Navin, Grand Forest P.each: Mrs. Lilly Miller, 160.1 Shelhy-st; Mts. Dominic Fresch. 61R F. Adams Mr.s. Joseph Powers. Route 1. V'Ickerv; Donald .tiller. 312, and Mrs, Harvey Stelnmetz, Huron. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HAS e aiged Miss .lean Oates, Collins: Mrs. Barbara Brainard, Collins: Mrs. Olive Mulach, Marblehead: Martin Smith, Fremont: Richard Alvarez. Milan, and Henry VVeilnau, Monroeville. PROVrOKNCK HOSPITAL ha.s discharged Mrs. Kugenp Kck and l)ab.\-, Huron: Mrs. .lames Green and baby, Wakeman: William liam C. AieDoueal. 181.=) Pipp-st. /,orn. .5.12 Wayne-st: Mrs. Victor Action is foi- balances nf Smith and babv. 1117 Fifth-st; OiH) and .$3,914.21 said due and Mrs. Marie Schultz. Port Clinton: unpaid on two sepaiate promis- Dorolh.. Osburn, 505 .lackson-st: sory notes e .NCcuteri h.\ .Mr. and -Mrs. .John Rachul, 1109 Third- Mrs. Cooley to Mr, and .Mrs. Toft.-'^t: Harry Burden. 614 McEwen- in 19 .i0, with niorlgaKe deeds to sj. and Arthur Farrell, 529 E. certain Perkins-tp real estate giv- V'ashington-st. en to secure note payments. GeoiKc A. Beis is attorney for plaintiffs. ASKS PROPERTY DAMAGES The Ohio Turnpike Commission, Coluinbus. and three subcontractors foi- turnpike construction during 151,")4 and \955. are named (lefenfl;uits in a monetary action for judgment of $10,000 filed against them in common pleas court h,\ F'lnise Tom, 404 Wa.\ne-st. for properly damage. Hei" atlornp.\s aie Korchiier, Holzapfel and Buckingliam. Mrs. Tom. who names the .T. A. .Tones Construction Co., Nonvalk: Chapin and Chapin. Berlin Heights, and H. N. Rogers and Sons Co.. Berliji Heights, as codefendants, states that construc- CHRLSTMAS HOLIDAY VA- cation for Milan and Vermilion public schools begin after classes on Wednesday, Dec. 21, and will I reopen Tuesday, .Jan. 3. » MRS. DUANE R. WELLS OF Bellevue is a patient at Memorial . ospital here. SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT IS investigating the illegal dumping of a quantity of rubbish Wed- ; night on Strub-rd, east of S. Hayes-av. CLEVELAND, Dec. n (UP) — State Democratic Chairman Eugene Hanhart said today he will meet sometime next week with (fov. Frank .J. Lausche to "review the mechanics," of setting up a slate of delegates. Lausche announced Wednesday he will seek to have delegates to the 19.56 Democratic National Convention elected, pledged to him in support of his favorite son" candidacy. JJanhart declined to discuss possibilities, but il was believed liauschc's strategy will vary according to the opposition. It was believed that Gov. Averell Harrlman of New 'I 'ork and 19,32 Democratic standardbearer .\rilai Stevenson will not enter the Ohio primary race, but that Sen, Estes Kefauver of Tennessee will present a slate of delegates in the Ohio primaries. If Lausche is unopposed, the strategy appeared, one full convention vote will be allowed to two delegates from each of the 23 congressional districts and 24 one-half votes will be cast by delegates at large. If Lausche is opposed, it appeared a good chance the di.s- Irict delegates will have one- half votes and that twice as many will be named. Alternates, the national committee has ruled, cannot he "fractioned," • Thus Ohio might send 116 delegates and 70 alternates to the convention, Kefauver will IT'S GRAND, AT 3 OR 103—Who said Christmas is .lust for kids? Certainly not Maximillian von Stephany of Cincinnati, O., whos seen lO.'l Christinas Days, "Young or old, Christmas can't help being wonderful,"' he says. "There's a bit of childhood left in all of us, and Christmas warms it up.'' Crew Safe After Ship Sinks Off Bahama Bank MIAMI, Dec. I .T ' I\S »—The 11-man ci'ew of llic motor vessel •Monster," which sank off Grand Choice Of Labor Leader Nigfhl Be Long-Term Lease LONDON. Dec. 15 (INS»~ skell's election to the leari- Forty-nlne-old Hush (ialt- ershlp of the British Labor Party may have signalled the begrinninK of another 20- year reign in the post. The party's members of parliament selected the right wint; leader Wednesday by a margin of 87 votes over his nearest competitor, leftwing leader ,'\neurin Bevan, The mild-mannered pro-.American Gaitskell su(,'cee(Js (.'lemeiit Attlee, who held the leadership from 193,") until hi.s resiKiiaticm and elevation to th(> peerayo ;ts Earl ,'\tllee last \\eek British politicians sairl tn(l,i\ that unless thcr(> was a c'lniplctc change in mood amoim the la- borilo M.P.'s, Ihe new leaders position would remain unclial- lenged for many years. II av: making sr(u;id 1 Fires (Wednesday) p. ni. to Ita .Vs Tiffin- entry. (Rescue Dr. Parker - - - ((.onttnucr: from Page 1.) t'olli'm'. No pre-medical courses \\(M(< rcriuircfl. Tli(> S;in(lusk,\ ph.\.sician started praciice here in .April of 1900, However, between High school and his nllimalo entering of l)raclicc, ho had worked as a liookkceper tor his father, and ,ilso ,il a wholesale grocery house lo see liiin through his first year of medical school. His lather aided him financially in his later years of school, a sum which I)r, I'ai'kei' proudly sa,\s ".lud I paid it all hack," 1 )1-, I'arker's father, .lames D, l'arl;i'i', Sr., also operated the Huckcxe Hir^iness College, where anion;; Ihe pi'actical items taught 6 Huron-co Mm Training With Infantry Unit Six Hi ron-co inen. including four from Norwalk, are training w the First Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kansas. The,\' include Army Priviites James t.. Boose, 42 State-st: Clarence E, Smith, 31 State-s>: Eugene P. Gundlach, 29 Erit-Hf, and Ronald D. Lbingei', 2» Blnk- st, all or Norwalk; Donald D. O'De'", Grcenv'ich, and Delmer Stephens, Route 2. Wtllftrd. Stephens Is assigned in Company F of the division's MIth infantry Regiment while the other five are aissigned to Company G, vas penman.shit). ai re (|ui.sile to good bookkeeping iniWCXA/ Aiivilinvw T#» Ihe days prior lo the,| ^ «u»mwry I O Dr. Parker was also asked the ^^^gf^ Birillinghom sland/iid (/ueslion—juveniles and' their action.s. Dr. Parker spoke bluntly: .Says I'rohlciii Worse "In spite of what people say, the problem is worse," attributing il. to woiking fathers and ,IOSEPH ,L SANTULLI Jo.seph .1. S 'AntulIi, husband I of Mary F,, and living at 1430 llayes-av, died in Good Saniari- lan Hospital Thursday morning. He was employed by the , <• J 1 J warning tion work they performed on land ^^^^^ adjacent to her property in Ber- ' iin-lp, while building the turn- wFBB GIBEAHT. 923 W. .lEF- pike, cau.sed her to suffer various , ^ to- itemsof damage, Iheir blastuig ^^^^ ^ ^^.,^^^1 IS said to have cracked and ^ cement foundation .^^^ ^^.^^^ ^.^ 1^^^ her chicken, bu.siness Wednesday night. separated the home chimney from _ the house, flooded and covered TROVER BABCOCK, 433 E. with debns a number of acres p„,i ,e that ho bundles of Christmas anncr Diy Cleaning Co. Bahama Bank in the South The body was removed to the lantic. was put ashore today at Richard Bertsch Funeral Tfome, announce his candidacy In Wash- Mia^"' Beach. All were unharm-'and arrangements are to be an- TWO VENICE BOYS, WHO ington Frida.y, and might then Inounced later. had been discharging a firearm state his plans for Ohio. The men were rescued by the in the vicinity of Routes 6 and! Hanhart said county organiza- tani^er Robert C. luttle which 99, and endangering the safety Hons will pick delegate candi-; responded to an -'all ships";'hcherz) 0 a nearby resident, were given dates unless Lausche objects and bjoadcasl sent out by the Miami wife by the sheriff's depart- j chooses to name his own in some broken the and floor of districts. He said the state committee will name at-large delegates after consulting the governor. * WEATHER BUREAU Bv U 8 Waather Bureau Coast Guard station when word of the sinking was recei\ed. The rescue was carried out in choppy seas with waves cresting; at 10 feet and over. ; Set Hearing About Railroad 's Ditch Services for Mrs. Lillian T>. Bock, 1217 Columbus- of Phillip, will be held at the Quick Funeral Home at 2:.'50 p. m. Friday, the Rev. Ralph .1. Hawley. officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Ccme- ler.\-. Friends ma^• call at the funeral Home. Icy Streets Are Blamed For City Traffic Mishaps Mrs. Margnierite Wyatl, Gilchcr- j ct, .Sustains Bruises When Struck by Car. Slippery streets troui Wofines- iday's snow storm were cicdittvl iWilh causing se\en minor traffic accidents during Ihe night and iearly today. .'\clii:j Police Chief .Victor Adcock repoited. ; No injuries were sustained in jthe accidents and damage to jpioperty was slight. i In another mishap, Mrs. Marguerite Wyatt, 220 Gilelicr-ct. received minor body bruises Wednesday evening when struck' .fames, lives in California, by a car at Jackson and W.: l);iuKhtei's. Mrs. Frederick Washington-sts, police reported. iX'Irruniai .Mlsiaetter, lives in .According to police, .Mrs. W.vatt S.iiuhisky. and Mrs, Lawrence T. was crossing the siit"'el \\ hen ; (TrurTTT TlH)nis ('in, "IB'eS In I 'nst struck hy a car operated byp^ansins. Mich, Her husband is Raymond Hintz, Ji'., of Clyrle. luith Hie .Michigan state deparl- BIRMINGHAM, Dec. l.V-Reg­ ular meeting of the auxiliary to Davidson Slack Post, Veteran .s of Foreign Wars, will be lield Monday night in the post hall. All auxiliary members are urged is to be a mothers who don't see much ofifo attend as there their children, and there is lit-lgift exchange. He home life as a result. Kighty Post and auxiliary mem- ••There are more marriages and bers and t .h ir chidlren attended divorces, loo. both cnniril-.uling! annual Chrl.stmas party lo the jjioblems of juvenile be- liaxiour." He also conceded, all tilings bcini; rclati\'e, that school popu- l.-itions not so long ago, were mud) lowei'. Dr, Park(M's wife is deceased. Two of his sons, Dr, Lester CJ. and \)y. \Val.son Parker, are now practicing liere. Another son. which featured games for the voung peo|,le. singing of CArols id distribution of gifta by Santa Claus. Real Estate Transfers \ of her 40-acre premises and damaged soil and trees. TRIAL IN SECOND DAY The pei 'sonal injur\' case of Ricliard Garlock. minor, brought Ihrough his mother, Katherine Garlock. Sandusk,\. against Donald Wyatt and .Jerry Lee Votz. Sandusky in which judgment of .$6,000 is sought, today entered the second day of jury trial be-! fore Judge James L. McCrystai. \ Sandusky and Vicinity: Contin. , u ji <• /-lu • . "Pfi and cold through F^ida.^• found (wo bundles of Christma.s ^^.^^j, ^ j^,^. trees on the street in front of j^^^ ,hore tonight and earlv his home today and that owners ^riAay. Low tonight 7. high Fri- can have their property by call- jav 20. Continued cold Friday ing at his home. He. believes night that the frees were lost from a i.sjands. Reefs and Sanduskv delivery truck. Bay: NAV winds \5 (o 20 this eve-, ning and tinder 15 after midnight AN ABANDONED SET OF and on Friday, Continued cold car hub caps was found Wed- with snow flurries and ice inak- nesday in the 100 block on E, ing temperatures until Saturday, Railroad-st. They are for a Hintz said woman in it \vas too her. Mrs. AVyait he difl not see the the cross-walk until late lo avoid hi was fr(>alecl at Hospital ;ni(i Services for Mrs, I..ena Payne were held Thursday afternoon at Venice Lutheran Church, the Rev. John Braun. Port Clinton, COLU.MBUS Dec l.'i iL'P» j of ficial ing. Burial was in Oak-'Good Samaritan The Ohio public ulililies com-', , ' '*«''^<'"-K«l' Pallbearers wcie Richard, mission has scheduled Jan, 18 calvin \, and Ted Payne, Ken- A4l'n/ster Bitter With for a public hearing to air: nefh Bechtel, Robert Smith and charges that unsafe and unsani- Patrick Gioffredo. tary conditions exist along the Pennsylvania Railroad tracks al .Services for Mrs, Louise Hlirti Gib,sonburg in Sanduskv-co. Scheid were held Thursday morn- The railroad unions contend,at the Charles J. Andres Funeral Home and at St, Modern -Day Santa i; an open HUSBAND ASKS DECREE Petition for divorce has been filed by Lloyd D. Bodi, 329 Oak- land-av, against Nanc.v Bodi, minor, 135 Fulton-st, on grounds of neglect and cruelt.\'. Bodi, represented by jMarquart and Marquart and Wcichel, asks that a guardian ad litem be appointed for the defendant, and that the court grant him possession of a motor \-ehiclc and household furniture. 19,53 Cadillac and can be claimed by the owner at police head- '.ometer at quarters. Sunset today 5:02. Sunrise Fri-' presents day 7:.'il, sunset .5:03 (estV Ba- workers. 4 Persons Burn To Death As Fire Hits Mass. Home 1:30 a. m. 29,41, rising slowly. Temperature at 11:30 a. m, 1.5. rising very slowly. High Wednesday 3.5, low this morning 12. One year ago the high was 34 and low 32. Record high this date 67 in 1913; low—4 in 1914. ditch along the tracks! a danger to railroad! They claim that sickening odors rise from the ditch in hot weather. PUC Railroad Inspector ]j. N. Prior has recommended that the railroad be ordered to fill the ditch. Sons' Funeral Home and at Mary's Church, the Rev. J. H. Inkrott. officiating. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers were Rolland H,. Edwin C, Norman .1., and Gene Hirt, Walter Scheel and Robert Wassner. LO.\DO.\, O.N'J-AHIf), Dec I INS'--The Row R. C. I'lanl hitt(-r over li(|uicl celebrations ni Christmas. He descrilies tlio proscnl-day mociel of Sanla Claus as: "Nothing but a reri-laccd, ;iol- hellied. drunken reprcsciUat ivo of materialism." (Erie County Title Co.) Paul H. and .lune M. Cook to William F. and Hortense L. Bred- .lau..iot 68, Wilbor-sl. Huron. Carrie L. Decker lo Florence C. Fowler, lot 86, block 28, Vermilion. Joseph Corso. deceased, to Rose Corso. lot 64. Osborne-«t. Firelands Homes, Inc. to Lnther . i Buih M. Haessler, pt. lot When the board organizes in ,3;^ Firelands Homes sub., 2, .lanu.iry, il will have two physi- j-juron, cians. One is Dv. Lester Parker ,roseph and Rose Corso to and the second Dr. Dean Shel-j Margaret Corso, pt. lot 98, Wash- flon. both of whom are newcom -i ington-st. (MS. Clarence Moyer was re- Louise E. Miller, deceased, to elected lo a new term ! Paul E. Miller, lot 77, Columbus- ,);iiin's Klynn and .Mrs. Helen av. ment of education, working forj th(^ distributive and vocational; service. 1 I Riuihic ! e holdovers. TODAY'S LOCALS 50 USED TV'S FOR SALE THREE TREES SET LP Three more sparkling nias trees ha\'e been set HOPKINTON, MASS., Dec. 15 (UP 1 — Four persons burned to, death early today when fire swept! through their home in an isolated iTABLE MODELS section of this central Massachu-: CONSOLES get^j. j^^^.n Services for Marie Mayer; were held Thursday morning at j the Frey Funeral Home, the Rev. !^f,(.,[ „j j^.^ Richard Belsan, officiating. R"-"'-! posloftice. Cancellations - (Continued from Page : (Continued from Page 1,) : Icclive Chief .lames Mc.-\rthur by! Iclciihnnc, would But he^ departments, and the ( Tice of the county superintendent of schools, making a total of five. I Complete line of home made $2.5,00 Xmas candies, Assorlvd Bnl- $30.00 lies, Ribbon, Hard mixes, un in ^ .u u u. NEED A SECOND TV SET canes, parly minis, choco- up in Polite recovered the bodies of • , , all kinds. Packed choice 1 lo 5 lb. boxes. Also in bulk. Popcorn' 2609 VENICE RD. of rs ;;r™,;';"";;,':;;:'':^;;;ii,!,';s ,h;"*,,,;,r;;n;.;ivs Td;„,„i.HU.SED SETS GO „„ SALE laie., r Mrj:. '^^.'s™'.. DEC & s.^T.. DEC . to Florence. 70. and a .son, Peter, 8. 16, 1 O'CLOCK TILL 5. Another son. Roj-, escaped death because he had been taken to a r,r\T T-C^XD T-^/-^ Framingham Hospital Wednesday ROLLER DOME!] for a lonsilceioni.\'. .——-._ ! When vou think of Mitch ial was in Oakland Cemeter.v. aj^o Honoring pallbearers were Henry .1. Cuurry. Wylie G. Hildp- branrl. Krivvard Schoepflin, .lames .1 .McDougall and .-\nlhon.\ Reiller. .\ c t i \' e pallbearers were Charles E. Reinhold. Herman V.. Cioebel. .loseph .1. Bsclior. Frank \V. McCaffert.\, Charles V. Lamprecht and John .Moultrie. Jl VE.MLE COrKT Horace Port is, ,"")!, 2:i0 Ooerz- hach-av, found giiill.v of the neglect of a minor child, lo \^ liich he liari pleaded not guilt.s' in unenile court Wednesday, was granted suspension of imposition of sentence. ,Simil;ir sus|)ension \\as g-.iiUed lo his wife, Alinnie Porlis, 32, on an identical charge She too. h;id pleaded not guili.\, but loiiiul guilt.v. Running Account Games or Practice Bowling. ,M1AMI BEACH, Ff.A,, Dec, 1.5, BOWL at BOGERT'S I LP'— Taxicab driver Frank Du Bois used, his radio to summon six police cars into a quick pur- SELECT XMAS TREP:S ALL SIZES STRICKFAD EN NURSERY dec- REPORT SECOND IHEE S<'con(l ilhiniin.iled and oi-atcd Chiistr -s iicc in the court liouse \\;is todav sci uj) m iuvenlle coiirl by Chicl' Proh.i- liou fjiiifer I.eKo .N Stone and lii3 oil ICC si all was suit and capture nf an peeling nandil Wediiesda,\. Du Hois saw Kugene, of Open Nights Till 10 P,.M, Bca\er Falls, P.i , brandish a guii when he forced his wa.\ into a FOR V O U R car driv(m Chicigo, Du Rois gave chase to Ihe car .ind gave police a play-b.\-pla> report of Ihe holdup. CON'\'EN- by Albert J, Gilson, of IR^'CE .STORK O P K N FROM 9 A.M. TO 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS. C. A GOOD Fl.'RNITL'nK CO., PKOIiATK (Ol RT \('llie .Slahl appointed exccii- tri.x. in estate of ,lolin II Slahl, .Xliplication lo iraiisler real estate ill eslale n| .\laruarel Kri^licr Will adinilled (o prubaie in es e of (icoiijc S B:ilih>ni', lii\i'nl(ir\ ' •cmciii m e-iale of .liilia Rickeit, .Xpi'lici'iiinii I 1 innr s per- .'•imal iniiir.\- i-lrni) \\iih(Uit ap- poiiiiineiil of giiarrlian ill the nial- lor of Carmen .Monies, iiimoi'. final accoiini in estate ol .loliii G ^0 :,l. Iiilieril.incc l.ix dcicruuiial mns m estates of .\>lla (i. .Alhn and ,lohn W, r:clsli. Will ad'iliiicfl lo t"ol)ale iri esl.ile ol lljiiolil I'lshci . and Rubv Ti hci appoii led e,\e( ii- tn.x. .Ajjplu al iiiii til I laii-ler IIM I e .-ilale in c •l:a(' ol (), l)noh'\ ineclion nl ^ui \ i\nm spoii-e fi I'slair of (n •ni'.c Hicchclcr. •Schedule o! rKiini'v m esiale n( Aillliir W. lieinilMii ;;t 1 ,lri cpli 'I'doai • ;i|)pninie(i c ^ P(Utor in eslale ol .Xnuelo fn- d.jro. Final .^11 eiiuiii in e-t,'iif- of .lo­ seph •' lioehliici inheritance la.x (l( l-i nuiialioiis i estates of Feid 1' .1. Sehell- horn and Chaiies II. Siieue. Japs Angry - - - 'Continued from Page 1.) \wiil and see hnw Ihe sil nation (le\ elop.^ " Deep Krgrrl of 1'. S, .la|)an s initial read ion of sliiiiiu'd surprise changed gradu- all.\ in government circles lo one of resentment, first "ivvard the .Soviet L nion for its slap at .Japan and then toward government leaders .Ambassador John .M. .\llison paid a personal call on Shige- mil .Mi to express the "deep regret' of Ihe t S over Russia 's veld .•\lli.-,on told .Shigemilsu liu> I S b(>lieves "a great injustice" had been done .lapan and pioniised America "will conlinue ii> elfoiis lo secure admission of •lapan to tlie I nited Nations," :V:>9 PlITMAN ST. FREE PARKING. OFFICE CLOSED DEC. 17 to Jan. :^ DR. 11, I„ SOW ASH. ,M I), Joimnv \'adnal Dance Fn,, Doc, 16, 9 to ILI:,!!) lAB Club balls & Salted Nuls. Beautiful Imported Metal gift 'boxes. Gift wrapping. Call V otir orders early. Bccklev's Confectionery 91'2 Columbus Ave. Ph. 562,5. jTo.vs - Gifts - Tree Lights & Stands, Wholf Hardware,' Hancock & iMadisnn Sts. \-OTE FOI-: FOUR DIRKC- TORS fur the Sandusky Cornmuiiitv Cliest, I'.se Official Ballot printed in Tucs,, Dec, ivegi,sU'r-S!ai--N(n\ s. Mail to Coiniiiiinilv Cliesl, Feick Bldt;. not later than Decern I KM ' 17. Bitter Cold - - - (Continued from Page l.J of Ralph C Bennett Jr.. 31, Columbus, He died in a hospital there two hours after his car skidded head-on into a truck rig in Re.vnoldsbuig. Less tragic was the experience, • Kenneth .Molihan, 2,i, Co-!""'";y lumbtis. He told firemen to (piil dragging the frigid Scioto River for the driver of the submerged car. He was the driver and had onfv a scalp cut and e\- po.^iire to show for it Molihan ex))laiiied he jumped from his skiddint; car. which [dunged on into the river. handlers ol mail ;ti itic ftegular carriers were assignerl niUie ticlp for the first time loda.v, V"elei"in iiarccl riosl. wimlow workers also said Weiinesd.iv vi. as ilu! most difflcuU ot tlic iissh. in number of customers ;irid i)arcel volume. Larimer SJIK I Hi ' nexi dav <ir two is Ihe exireme d ,iie when mailings for dislani poinis e;-:! he assured of deliverv' li.v tlie liohtia.v dale, Ou Saturda.v, sianip ,iiu1 p/uccl iposi windows will be open lioni ". a. in, to (i p. Ill anil rm Siind.i.^' from noon lo r> p. ni. Sarah E. Hamilton to Richard .\. Giamms, pt. lot 7, range S, see. 2. Berlin Heights. Kate Schepers to Velma C. Schuh, pt. lot 3d. Franklin-st. Toledo Edison Co. to Phllo B. C'omstock. pt. lot 20, sub. of lot 3, ringe 9, sec. 4, Berlin-tp. ,, . , , , u ,1 Ro .sebud Holden to Eugene and .McArlhur denied he w.uild ^,1^^,.^^^^^ Jesberger, pt lot 21. eaich for the grave. But he^jd Town Plat, Milan, ha- s<-ni a learn of detectives; Rolland M, and De 'Nelda Ohle- 10 the area Rusli described to,macher to Richard L. and June ill.ike |)u:Uires and take meas-; s. Clark, lots 8 and 9, Oak Point ureiiiuiil,-. The material was air-! .s ;i ,h., Huron-tp. niailifl lo fJakowski. who will William F. Groom to Lloyd L. u-e llie photos lo make Rush and .-^nna T^. .-Vndrus, lot .10.9, .-how the nuirder site or admit'Rye Beach. ill.-: eonlessioii is false. Harold G. and Marorie .VL h'lish. 47, has lived in Cleve- Schenk to Thomas W. and Ph.yllis land olf and (ui since 1930 and A. Milner. 0.31 acres, Perklns-tp. than 100 Hi.rah O. and Walter H. Snell- He has fibergcr to Wayne D. Traster, alio (Ui ii.'is .1 rerord of more aire-its for intoxication. indie;ited lie will waive extradi- ti(,ii il ';icknwski decides he shdiiUi he returned lierc lo stand! li i.-il. Told - - (Continued from Page l .i TAFT ASKS (U.MPTION CINCI.WATI. H CC . !.> Ml'' Charles P. Tall. elecie<l nia >er of Cincinnati b.v the CliarieriK^ ni.i in eil .v coillHil. lod .iv e.illeii for Ihe bod.v to show "lnia';iiiai loii and gumplion" in solving tin.' citvs p rnblenis. \\VARn K) Pi:i{RV-{ <) COI.r.MfHCS. Dee I,-, ^ I'he fir.-.l annua! I 'l.ini ( eoinV.v tree pl.inlirei aw.en! |l)een pre,^e|||ed lo 1', irv i.'iv' iire .No Israeli caMiallies were rciinrleii. iv\|)rc-,s JU'Ui'i't hi liie S;, 11,111 el |.);unas- , 11^ .\nieiie;in .'\nibas-.uior .lames M(;i'e \iMleil I'renucr Said Kl Ch. .'/l Wediiesdiiy night ;uid i< ii.iiied to li.'p, <• expressed Kr;ieli raid Siiiid.-i.v ,'-^,\riaii arinv' posts. 0.459 acres, Vermilion-lp. Lo.iise C. .Armstrong, deceased, lo Robert G. Arm.strong. lots 27, 29 and 31, and pt. lots 25 and 30, Paxton-av, Perkins-tp. Lillian Kbner. deceased, to .Mildred Bromm and Leslie B. Tobin, pt. lots 100 and 102, Washington-st. Frank R. and Mar.v G, Goodman to .-Mden G, and Mary L, Lake, 4>-.50 acres, .Milan-tp. IllM li U 'i I III,, il'.I,' was (iiidted as w,-irninK lliat vnealives, I'ej ;di,iii>ry acts and !-e III fiiree" would hinder the •evi'iiieiii III the middle eastern nil Donald A, and Betty L. Griffin to Harold W, and Waltraud L. Parks, 1 acre, Florence-tp. .Arthur .1. Spayde to Warren E, ^^y*^ and Jane D, Bickley, lots 318 and '•f 'Kiet.3i9 Old Homestead, nisi" Charlotte McFadden to George ,1, Rehring, Bishop of Toledo, lot 8, Tiffin-av and pt. lots 10 and 11, ,lefferson-st, Ktlielyn E, Richards lo Edna L, iMooney, 0,3683 acres, Mar- garctta-tp. NATO Warns - - - iLontinued from Page 1,) i.arue tiisiiii- I'linstnias tri'i- Mrf.s,, 1111 W, ilts|il;i\' of ,•11 .Maschri 1 I W'a.shitu^tiiii, Religious Xmas CJifls Lang-Flchert Religious Simp 714 W, .Jefferson. Ph. 1269 GptMi F\-ening,s Till 9 P.M. [AW & cut XiiM.-^ trt-(\'.. t'viiu v\cv\ \v li;.. bii.M's. pills sTRori) c ;Ai;nK.\.s 2216 Mii.iii Rd. Al! Standard Beet Cse Deli\'eied Fiill Rein\and. Phonp 6070. Sell w ill 1 1. C "iilsi 111 \'i ru'\ t'les al Hciiucid I I'scd Fiiko .N ,^ 111 IHI SA.MM'Slv^' C\'('l.f! iip, ( '( 1 sr W S IN l>KIMAK\ \S .\SH1.\GT().N, Dee I'resident Fisenhovkei in .New Hampshire ha \e HA.\'SO,\'S 1.5 III" Open dailv P.M. t^lospd RFSTACRANT 11 A M tn K Sat. .Shopper's WANT ADS HRl. (i RKSt LIS Ethical Deo-nc'.:;jr,le Dilnart TV *^e'"'ce Phone 8143 Da^ & Niqhif Service viired iliat M not how oul as a possible 19,')6 i-aiHiidale lieloic I heir .March 13 primarv, it wa-- reported aulliori- tativei.v loda.v, I RLE 01 STER OF OEFit lAI.S P'TTSBURGH, Dec, 15 lUP) .\ rebel faction of Local 601, larg es, unit in Ihe striking Internation al I'liioii of Kleclrical Workers, ill'..;'d eusler nf Imal oltlceis lo da bceaii.-,e Ihev refn-ed lo "enii- dial a secret h,''Moi before ealliiiK IIS nut (in strike agamst Wesliug- house Electric Corp. been as- Ki^enhower will special each oventnc. W TiiK ri!i; ( )p »>ii d «i!!V I" \ M r }.\ fuMiM I • I '.i, I ' •, Mill S|iei'i,i! C 1 1 ; i -1 11 ;,i,- ill '1 1 .vear ol 'zigzagging Soviet poli- c.v" which after "the sweetness ot (ieiieva" lias now resorted to ri .Liidilv •' ••' Sliilinisiii 'Alive' The .\iiieii(.aii seei el ,iiv .-i.-iut liieii- pnilnblv' were re,i- -,iin> till Ihe shifts in .Moscovv's line. He mentioned specificallv : 1 (iie.iier I mfidenie of So\ 1 (1 leid(>rs in Russian nitlit.'irv sti eiml h. :.' I- ear t hal new idco i 'lil eiuiiiir.'t r Ihe sl.abilitv of ihe Sn\ il I ( I K lal (M lal reuime liiilU'N lieelaied Ih .il Si,ilini,-m >,\ ,is ii\ no means dead '' ) AlvlS STKP IN Ml RfHK (•( 11.1 ,\!IU S Dec l .T INS I i .i I lIllO Fuel ( ( 'O ,.n:,Iir ,-(l lod.iv llial as a lir^l ; 1 , I 'll iipiiM 'd iiiert;ei' w 1 1 i 1 1 1 ,111- lep the I- I'o (it West \ iimnia. e iiie nl \ei II I .iki^ (i\ e i ot I he \\ t'st \ 11 _:iiiii ri'.-i'i \. ,1 accept [irivatp t 'lirisl tiM.s ,are imw tions fill parties. CAPACITY 2,iii Phone 2818. Ladies ^S,: .Men'i, BILLF'OI.D.S .\ .i n IC ill ( in I ' i I" !A '( , \ t RI'R.W'^ (<• r.o^w Jev>,eiers »^^{olumbiis Ave ,\P!;U'.\,\ \"!( ( i ! ! t S !.••(' I niCK'.S, 2,^)(I9 Cnluii nl.•^ Av CIIHI,ST;\IA.S rnKK.s H IL; ck 'C \ ^ I KIlvl K <)\ IK U \S1I IM '.'I I IN ! >••! \ .'i .'-d .i'. -Iliii -1 l•lke ^' II .' I i • eel •- ,1 •.-•..•(1 1 i--! 1 Hi I .,'1 i - liver rill' -1 r I i %e m .1 - ^ !,it e W eillle-(i ,e ill I line 1 11 ,• ' iiiil I nil ed will I KIV e e\l 1 a •-eiv lee liM' Christ iri,i> rilONK IH Al) 10 Kl.sU.N ! ! \ l;i \ Ol e I.- 1\S H .i\ \'. \ !; I ! •:. ' |Me • 11 !i 11 1 i nd .',"11 ei I' b(lb W. Pi AVE. [S Miutniiw- Mil n EGGER'S CENTER Advertised Name Brands BhirtB • Wembley Ties « Seven Seas Slacks Sockii <e Swank Jewelry rver ^mg Till 9 .^SZ Xmoi UNTIL GIFT BOXES

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