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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 10

Sandusky, Ohio
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Friday, December 16, 1955
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•AIIDVSXY RE0ISTER.8TAR.NEWS rfMhir. litttmhrr J«, tfss Around World Around Clock Kerlfltcrai 9. S. Patent Offie* Doni Boon* Loser To Davey KBNCEMO VILLE, N. C— The HendcMon County Board of Onmntlssionerg on the crumbling statue of Daniel Boono which ill have to come down! "Most of the kids figure it's Davy Croclcett anyway." Drinking In Tlio interott Of Science CHICAGO — Bruce Bergun, a reserved graduate psychology atadent, on balking but finally agreeing to try to walk a straight line after drinking six ounces of bourbon in the interests of science: "'Veil, if it may Sdve a life." Turncoat Answers Queries On Reds TOKYO — Richard Tenneson, turncoat former G, I. who cast hia lot with the Communists, on why he refused repatriation dur­ ing the Korean War prison exchange; "I did only as my conscience directed me. I betrayed no one." American Riglits Tested By Sedan Movie singer Gordon MacRae sits in a police car in llolly- woofl, Cal.. allcr ho flunked a sol)riety fcst. IVlacKao was booked oti a drunk driving charge followiim a four-car colli.sion caused w h e n he rammed the rcnrnio .st of three cars waiting at, a .stop signal. No one was seriously injured. (NRA TolohotfX. BERLIN—Rep. Ed Edmondson (D-Okla) who drove a radio-telephone equipped sedan through East Berlin in a successful test of American i -ighl5 to travel anywhere in the city: "There was on incident of any kind. "We passed people's policemen along our route and they all saluted. We got may friendly waves from young people wsa passed when they recognized our olive drab sedan as an American Army automobile." Santee Says Sicirts Are Clean NEW YORK — Mile star Wes Santee, on the new investigation of his amateur status by the National AAU: ' I'd be heartbroken if not allowed to run for the United Slates in the Olympics. But I'm not worried, because my con- •iencc is clear. I never made demands on meet directors. I have always accepted in good faith and made full reports on them." Penney Employes Hold Yule Party BEI,LEVUE, Dec. Hi — Em­ ployes of the .1. C. Pcinicy Co. held their annual Cliristinas party recently in the lOlks club room. A dinner was served to start the evening. The Revs. Clifford Sutton and Paul Taylor were on the entertainment committee and games were played under their direction. Roger Russell furnished the music. Santa Claus visited the party and distributed gifts to everyone. Guests were: .). 15. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Loe, Ray Senn. State's Coal Industry Said In Healthy Shape COLUMBUS, Dec. 16 (UP)""'he Ohio, Department of Industrial Relations announced today that increased production, em ploymenl. and wages show a healthier picture for the,state's coal indu.stry. Production during the third quarter of this year was 8,700,000 tons. This was 500,000 tons more (Jian in the previous quarter and 1,400,000 more than in the third quarter of 1954. Overall employment was 9,700 persons, about 8 percent more than in the third quarter of 1954. Payrolls totalled $11,600,000, about 23 percent more than in the corresponding 1954 period. There have been nine mine deaths this year, through September. Philco and Friqidairs HOHLER Air Conditioning Ph. 257. Decatur ft W Water AND iDVLy iMITH roR ' SHOPSMITH^ A compi«t« pow«r workshop ... 5 big- capacity tools in on* compact unit for as low OS ^3,00 p«r waok SMITH Hardware Co. Your Shopsmilh Dealer in Sandusky 216-226 E. Market Si. ALUMINUM CANVAS AWNINGS ALUMINUM COMBINATION STORM WINDOWS and DOORS BY WEATHERSEAL Fiberglass Awnings BY RAY-O-LITE INSIST ON THE BEST BOWERS HOME SPECIALTIES FHA Financing 1012 SHELBY ST. Phone 5057 Miss Gertrude Hergcrt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Drake, Mrs. Carl Ruffing. Mrs. Florence Regan, Miss Patricia Hoffman, the Rev. and Mrs. l^aii! Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Roilnnrl Hasinger, the Rev. and Mrs. Clifford Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. I'^arl Leininger. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gilberf, Miss Connie Kutz, Miss Geraldine Ruffing and Jerry Allen. Hot Btuiud Hip Struck Sjr Car At Hayes-av, T. T- ler-St. Ifitersectiop Thursday Eveninff. Ruth VanWy, 15, 1035 Hayes-av, was treated at Providence Hospital Thursday cvenii\g for a bruised hip lecelved when she wa,"! strucli by a car driven by B. W. Ott, 814 Maple-av, police reported. The accident occurred at the intersection of Hayes-av and Tyler- St. Ott told police he heard a thud iigainst his car when it entered the intersection but did not see the girl until he got from his ear and found her lying in the street. She was taken to ihe hospital by Ott, treated and released. Admits Bombing Of Oregon Store , PORTLAND, ORE. Dec. 16 rUP) —A blind peddler had confessed today that he set off 12 sticks of dynamite in a $50,000 extortion plot against the store's president. Clarence Peddicord of Vancouver, Wash., who became a national figure of .sorts several years ago, admitted setting off the dynamite at the Meier and Frank Department Store last April 15, police said. The explosion rocked the store while it was crowded with shoppers. No one was seriously injured. Woman Gets Double Run Of Hearts At Party Near Milan MlI^AN, Dec. 18—Mr. and Mr^. Howard Lindsley, Milan-rd, entertained their card cl ib recently at their home. In the evening's play, Mrs. Irvin Ohlemacher, Milan, held all 12 cards in a double run of hearts. Such a deal rarely ever happens more than once in a lifetime, experts state. First award for the women went to Mrs. Ohlemacher, and second high trophy was awarded to Mrs. Herbert Schlessman. Edward Schlessman scored high for the men while Robert Schlessman was second high. 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