The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 16, 1955 · Page 14
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 14

Sandusky, Ohio
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Friday, December 16, 1955
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U HEOfSTER-STAR-NEWS «an(»n»k.r, o„ Ffl., nvt. 1«. 19.15 DEOLOGISTS LAG AS AMATEURS hND URANIUM i RV EDH'IV DIAMOND • CLKVELAND (INS) - - Stuck-in- Hie -mvifi scientisls were blamod today for liindoring the frop world's Ifcvcrish uranium hunt with tlioir nid -fashionrd mcMliods. ; IF. S. ScotI, a C'f<n;i(linn Kcolouisl Who uses niodovn tochniciuos for luinlinu radio;icti\r or<\s, snys re- tirori old ladies imd ( hildrrn armed \Villi fii'lucr fouiUcrs arr "dofrnl- ific the ucoloj^'ists mi their own Ac'coifiiim 111 ScdII. I he ueologisls' nnd ninp-nii»k(.-is arp still "slogging fllnnt,' lliroiiL'li (ho s\\ani|)K. rating vk^y inoosp nipal and hoing hittrn by "swarms of flips" as tlip.v chart minpral drpesils. Rut llip aiualeur uranium huiv lers- "inpfticipiitiv. iinscipnilfirallv-• and siircossfull\" arc finrling uranium strikes in arras where the; geologist hasn't even louehed. Scott said: "This aniafem- tu -(is|iec !ing loi' radioaclne minerals luis reaelipd a wojjf! \\)t\i\ mteiisil.v probably unparalleled by any uthpr minei'alj search in liisl(u>'. "This search will not wait for tlu' slower, traditional geological naeiluuls to eafch up." •Seoii has a soluli(ui to hel() botli the N» ;uiii)-li(iiind iiuip|>ers and the amateur prcsiieelors. lie wants ge-; ologists to switch to aerial "photo-i rt -ology'-a coirdiination of airline! btdgp hoppmg geological know-i hp\<- and nuclear ph,\-sics. I Scott lists (our inpthoris for finding uianium and other valuable minerals frdin the air — photography, recoiuiaissancc, MAD (Magnetic Airborne Detection) and radiometric .sur\'eys. Here is his t':planation: "In aerial i)hotograpli\ you just! take pictin-es of the lei-rain. In' rei'onnaissance. you study the land | tifom the ail-. The i\l/\D device—i II icfl during World War Two for! s ibmarine detection registers; cnanfje.'^. in the painh's magneticj ffelds. ' "riadioinet ric surv(.\'s employ | liMgci- couulers and scintillators tO; -lee tln'ough' 1,-kcs, trees. cla>' audi sOil I'ovcr down (o a depth of (i.Oflflj 10 7.000 feel and deled oil or mineral i'ornialions." Youths Assist In Chunk Work For Christmas — HarlP .v HdtltTiAn Cary Harri.s, Pete Zorn and Doug Squire, left to right, discover that membership In the church means .semice. The three youths arc shown arranging a Nativity scene at Grace Rplscopal Church which is being readied for the Christma .s season. Schools In Tribute To Former Official being suspended an hour earlier' Keller Funeral Home with the than usual during his committal! body being talcen to his native for rites Friday after- service in the Celina Cemetery. Celina Mr. Dicner, superintendent noon. here from 1938 to 1953. died' i Tuesday evening at his home' Timber valued at more than 70 He had been ill for a million dollar.s was harvested in Memoi'ial sprxices were national forests in the year FREMONT, Dec. 16—Public schools paid tribule Ihis after-l here, noon to the lato Superintendent year, of Schools U. E. Diener, classes held Thursday evening al the'ended June 30, 19,1'). Gas y,'ii!ify After Lorain roiA'.MBLS. Dec. Ki' i [\Si— The Ohio i-'uel C;as eonipanv applied to the Ohio Pul>!ic Utilities rommissioii toda.v for a 21 per- pcnt increase in iiatui'al gas rates lor Lorain. The gas company said that it has been "unalilc to reach an agreement with the Lorain "ounci! on a nov^' rate." The a\erage cost per consumer 'ri the new rale hike would be fibout 79 cenrs a thousand cubic feel It would give Ohio Fuel a (j'j percent return on its Lcuain iiropertv valuation of $2.97],(i'!,3. dip>pei^ for all the family GtFT eOXEO Hos\m =Hr-'3= s ri-rs blue. Size. 4.9 $^98 block. Sixes 4-9 ftl98 red. S.ze. 4-9 $398 Jift boxed, low prJcedl Merit Shoes 148 E. Market St. Sandusky 36 E. Main St. Norwalk 105 E. Main St. Bellevue NVAN'l ADS BRING RESULTS f hatch your Step! concealed safety / steps stay clear ol simw, nuid .mil ice. And new Chevrolet trucks have "cm! Watch your Step! Be sure you get a Modem Truck! Chevrolet TashForce IVucks If \l(iiih the Deal! *.VH I* I'/iV /.'•:.". FOK AN Oltj-f ASHIONSD TRUCK? I .11 ij •....! I be >.ilnc ii I'Hs.'-: 1 ' ' .111 IK•\^ ' in, 1 .1 k I 1 .1 • k ^ 1 iM 0 i I lU i ,V \ 11 ll '. I 1 li'M \ ' ( Id .'ui .iiiil .il)! * Ball-Gear steering for easier handling. 12 -volt electrical system for quicker starting. And that's only the beginning! Hcics \^llcrc suit toii.iv s tll0 .^t miklcin truck Icalurvs' I ikc (rcsh. lunciioiial Uoik St\!- mj:! Cirealci visil^ilitN' witli the succfiiiiii new paiioiaiiiic wind stitckl! (ircalcr coiiilort with iic\\ Ht^h-l,c\cl \cntilaiu)n! •Anti uiitici the luiod. \iui'il see (he \liiulc-}{ sliokc \N* (It ,in\ lead mu iruci\ Di the IICWCNI edition ot L'lic\rolcts iamous truck 0. ( omc 111 and ^cl a nunicin truck! ' ! (S' is sUiiHioiii in Li .1 . /ntnitis. iipiunud m / mliCi /(aii/i '.v uf < \!u: 1 i>> Year after Year America's Best Selling Truck ^ FOSTER CHEVROLET. INC 1521 Cleveiand Ave. f—. Sanduskv, 0. Phone 6300 G. J. SCHILLIG, Chiroprocfror For Appointment Phone 23 or 6778 Bring MUSIC to Your Home This Xmos En)oy th« Thrill of ths World's Greatest Mu sic as played by the World's Finest Musicians on a Genuine CAPEHART HI-FI, Record Player or Radio Combination We invite you to come in for a Hi-Fi Demon .stration and enjoy the thrill of hearing mu sic as you've never heard it.' You Can Hav« Cap«hart Hi-Fl In Your Home This Xmas for As Little as $129.95 LOW DOWN PAYMENT AND LOW MONTHLY TERM.S WILUAMS RADIO & TV ServJe* in Part of Our SsJes 2)7 Reese St. Phone 2445 Men! Free Gift Wrapping your gift in a Joseph's box. One package or one hundred will be wrapped free of chorge at 9 ' READ THE CLASSIFIED PAGES SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO WONDERFUt TOYS FOR GQQD~GlkLS ANP BflVft Engine Clangs, Sparics! Wind it up. Watch it whizz around the trock, pulling cars behind, and clanging its bel). Lots of excitement one low price, including a tracl< layout. See it at Tf ^Mirttd For Gr^frter Spe«<M RoOTidecl-End RunnersI 37-inch Sleds • Spring grooved rtmners e Rwgged, •xtrb 'hMig wood tops 3 Wide ot the front, norrow ot tt>e back tor greater speed I Top quality heat treated runners are made continuous, riveted under the extra long top— no sharp ed^es! AM points of stroin ore reinforced. DieseS Freight New GP-7 Diesel With Horn Young railroaders appreciate this Lionel diesel. IrKiuded gondola car, oil car, hopper car and caboose. Also, 90-watt transformer, 1 1 sections of track, uncoupling section. "027" govge. 35 Whistling 5-Unit Lionel Steam-Type Freight Realistic, electric tocomotive, whistling tender, box car, gondola, caboose, 90-watt trcwsformer, 1 2 sections of track, remote conUcA uncoupling clip. 42-inch long train. Die-Cast Aluminum Alloy It looks just like the reni one! Every detail complete—indtfdtng n realistic Iroctor hitch. It sounds just like the real one, tool A simple twisi of the year shift lever for live-actkjo soend. Indoor Christmas Tree Lights Replacement Bulbs, Decorations and Ornaments at Sears Money Saving Prices. Outdoor Lights L'L Approved ^ 3.Pc. Bridge Set Table and Two Chovs 12.9! Only txo<t winiotur* o( ado** ihrel Ora«c« <rf bt <Mk *rom« wiA gray tobia lop and clratn or w4wt« wi«h r «d or y«*ow. Trap Drutn Sets Ivory CQ\ot Wi >h Red ]nni for Only 2 * 7 Make-befteve drumme ^i love vm\ ' 6- in, boil drum, 6V '4-"'^ fomroai, r-^c 8-in. »JicV», bellj, triangle, cymbi,' Folding Boggy A Liitle Girls Drevim B .-ut .•iappi-Tir Radio Flyer Big 1 fuU mi.-foJ ituH-iti. VV.-ishobk t .-r. 14. m. im'gom u^g) that need ma < 8.95 SEE SANTA at Sears Happi-Time Toy Town Friday and Saturday Listen Daily at 4:41 over WLEC «»i • »<p•"• I .1... -.•»•.,..,„.....„«.• «^fcl-U"iJ 161 E. Market St. Sd.ndusky. Ohi«

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