The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 16, 1955 · Page 16
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16 REGISTER-STAR-NEWS COURT HOUSE Monday Deadline On Bids For Insurance Ertp-C'o hoard of comiui^Mon- pfii, througli CIcik H. K. Howland, has i.'-siiod remiiidcr that' .Monday, Dec. 19. at 10 a, in., is dcidlinr time to snhniil sralcfl bids ior jnsuranc(> covoiago on the i09 ( ounty-ownod rolclrical- !\-ojK'i atori voting niarliinps \isi'd in cilN' anrl founly \riljnc; pro- cin<l> on ck-ition da.\- Iiisiirancf" is to lie loi- all risk co \-(Maac. inchidinu tire, sioriii, \andaliMn. olr . mr a iiciirul of thror xcais MaMiiiiim i-- lor S ;,5n.00l) liahilll.v when the \oliiii; ninrhnu 's .ire < oi led i\ v\\ In storacc. and tor $10 ,nnn haliility when niachinos arc individually sot al city and Cdunlv' votinu hoot lis. DIS.MISS mo ACTIONS \\ roquc-t o| rc^prc'tnr plaintil'ls. two a<'tions loi- dl- x'Oi'C'c, in.iunct 1(01 and rliild ciis- lody wore disniis^rrl h\ ,Indso ArcCryslal. The case of Irnia L. .loncs. 1014 Franklin-sl. a.cainst Frank .lonos, same address, was dismissed, as \\as tho case of K\o]\-n L. liyrd against diaries B,\rd. botli of rLiral N'ernnlion. TAKE Ol T PKTIUONS l'3jie-eo hoard oi elections of- firials slafori today lhat a nutii- hpr nl' petitions have been taken out by eanfiidales for \ari- niis elective offices, subject to the May pi'imary elections, and railed attention to the lofial re- riuirement that all noniinalniK pelilion.s must be filed with the hoard by Feb. R. J!)r >f). PROVIDKNCE II O S P ITAL h; disrhv.rgPd Mrs. Kenneth ifemmer, 1615 McDonouRh-st: flarry Tyne. Duliith, Minn.; I iMr.s. Frank YounK, 2117 ParkIviewdr: Mrs, William Whyde. Hoiile 2.; Jaekie Johnson, FUi.xer'.s trailer court; Mr.s.' Fslhrr Pliickhnrn, 1403 VV, Market-si and Mrs. Florence Pate, 2701 Carbon-av. (;OOn SAMARITAN Hospital has discharged Mrs. Klmcr; Hife, 1229 f:lallin ore-av; Wade Feckliani. Noru-alk: Mrs. Wil -J Haiti (', Schmidt. 410 C'ohirnbiis -j av: Mrs Lvdia Wade, 1221 Marl-| boro: .ludith Kreime.'^ Ho ite 1, .Monroev'ille: Mrs Ulfarles ("rold- farb and bab>. I. T II F . I'erkins- •,\\: Mrs. Robert (inindei- and baby r ?Oiite 1. Schenek-rd: Mrs. Ponald lle.xinan, 2122 Colum- biisax'. and .Mrs. William Hamp-! Ion and bali.v, 230 Kleclrie-av. MKVIOKIAI, HOSPITAL HAS di.^ciiaiued Mrs. Okel Church and bab\. Berlin Heights; Mrs. (ieorue Kinney and hnhy. 1126 Bnckin).;liaiTi-si, .Mi-s. F?o.\' Aspden and bab,\. Kremont. and Mrs. .Marvin Dines and baby, 1338 Clcveland-rd. Wilson Plastics Christmas Party Has Novel Skit President Pays $14,000 In IIA- niisfK (o 79 Rmployen hy Cheeks MeaMirlnt 19"hy WINM;RS IN CARD GAMES al the Knights of Columbus home Thursday e\ening were Carl llariinan. C. .J. Kobcris, Albert Mack, William Bereher and John Hcynian. , CARL .1. KIAKCi, JR., A pharmac.v student al Duquesne Lniversit.v, \va^ inilialou into the Kappa Sigma I'hi Fraternitj receiUl .N . The solemn initiation ' ceremony was held in the uni-i versily chapel. He is the son' of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Kiueg, Sr., 1201 Centra 1-av. Plum Brook Counlr.v Cliih was the seene Thursday ete- ninf of the ninth annual ('hristma.s part.v for Wilson plasti. s emplo.ves and xuests. FfighliKht of the evening wis the "Rig Pa.v -Off" when Oran ('. Wilson, president, presented Hie employps I Wilson Plastics and Midland Plastic Molding Co. with t.he biggest honus to dale. The bonus this year was not onl,\- the largest of money distributed, totaling In excess of •"'4,000 to 79 employes, hut each employe received a king-size check. These checks measuring 19 inches in length and 7V2 inches high were presented in a novel skit, involving a search for a long-lost treasure by two costumed pirates who then liirneri the key of the chest over (0 their president. It was pointed out these checks undouht.,'rily will show up at the i anks and stores and are authentic. Wilson slated this year was the company's largr.-it. AU previous sales records in square feet as well as dollar volume were surpassed. The average wage in factory, excluding office payroll was $5,300 per person. Starting next .\'ear. the com- pan>- will manufacture Braille WEATHER BtmCAU By (J a WMtMt BurMu ^ and Vicinity: Fair and rather cold weather will continue until noon Saiurciay \vith rising temperatures and Increasing cloudiness in the afternoon. Low tonight 12, high sal-j urday afternoon about 30 de-i grecs. Islands, Reels and Sandusky Bay: Light southwest winds; through tonight increasing to 20 to 2.5 nnph by Saturday. Freezing temperatures until noon Saturday. Sunset today .•);03. Sunrise Saturday 7:.51. sunset ,^:03. Barometer at 11:30 a. m., 29.54, rising very slowly. Temperature 18, rising slowly. High Thursday Ifi, low this morning B. One year ago the high was 3.5 and low 32. Record high for this date 59 in 1940: record low 6 below zero in 1901 and again in 1951. ., _ . —<t t Fiv«-Day Forecast Army Drops Further Probing Of Turncoat Richard Tenneson Corps Of • • - (Continued from Page I.) WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 flNSi —The Army today dropped any further Investigation of turncoat Richard Tenneson. At the same time, it conceded that the Supreme Court decision which freed Tenneson from Army .lurisdiction has created an ironic situation for those ex -pri.soners of war who originally chose to .stay with their captors, | — Deaths & Funerals Corps. Edward S. Dickenson i. d Claude ,1. Batcholor. who were turncoats for a short time and then answered the Army's pleas to return to the U. S. lines in Korea, avoided dishonorablei MRS. SAKIR KOTZ discharge*. ; Mrs, Sakie fStcen.scni Kolz, 81,; But on their return to the , , , , , ,• , . II. S., thev were both court-mar- '.'^'"^ tialed and are now serving long Lindslc.v-st. died at Memor- prison terins at Ft. Leavenworth, ial Ho.spilai Friday morning Kan. ; alter a lingering Illness. Tenneson, however, due back; Surviving are one flaughler, at his Alden, Minn., home today after coming out of Red China three days ago, is certain to avoid any court-martial. So are 20 others, on their way out of, or still behind, the bamboo curtain. Temperatures will average (slightly helow normal. The normal maximum is 33 and mini mum 18. Minor warming over the week-end followed by colder with snow flurries Monday through Wednesday. Berlin Heights School, Station Are Burglarized Local Committee To Probe Issues In Capitol Strike COLUMBUS, Dec. IB lUPV Two meetings were scheduled to-{ day by Mayor M, E. Scnsenbren- ner's committee of four clergymen named to study the local issues in the strike at the Westinghouse Electric Corp. plant. Company Manager E. L. Smith, Mrs. Crilberl Rosino, Sandusky; four sons, Arthur and Clarence wald and Robert and .lack{ Kotz, all of; six grand-! children; two great-grandchil-j dren; two sister-, .vlrs. Lena B.xrnes and Mrs. Ida Palmer both of Toledo, and nieces and ni'phews. . Friends may call Funeral Home after it a package freight dock was; available upon completion of the St, Lawrence Seaway, Sandusky's Chamber of Commerce will have members at the hcarinir to present economic fiffures on the local port and outline possible future fi:rowth ol the cit.v and vicinity. Among other groups (o be invited will be the Baltimore and Ohio and New Vork Central Railroads, Lake Carriers Association and Ohio Trucking Association. Congressman Baumhart informed the committee that Col. Loren Olmstead of the Corps of Engineers is to conduct the formal hearing. He added that most reports should be in writing and may be read at the hearing and then submitted lor the corps' files. Copies of charts and maps should also he offered. ChairiTian Catri pointed out that the public is invited to voice its opinions on the matter and i in order to assure gelling on at the Frcy I the program, should contact him- 7 p. m. Sat-! self or any other member of the Action Against Israel Asked At UN Session UNITED NATIONS, N .V., Dec. 16 (UP)~Syria asked the United Nations Security Council today to punish Israel for an attack on Syrian positions and Egypt warned it was propare<l to go to war to halt Israeli "aggressions." The Council was meeting to consider a strong Syrian protest against the Israeli attack last Sunday near the Sea of fi,)Mlee, The attack cost 49 Syrian lives. The United States, Britain and France expre.s.sed grave concern over the attack. Syria, terming the raid "a flagrant violation and an act o< • open aggression and pKuoeation by Israel." was expected to demand economic and military sanctions against the Jewish state. urday. Arrangements are to be announced. checkers and cros.sword puzzli^s to I- furnished free to blind and entering, one at Berlin Heights people throughout the ;who will meet with the commil-U'nd Mrs. Investigation by the sheriffs de- tee, said. "There is nothing to ' parlment Friday of two reported, be gained by meeting locally. Thursday night cases of breaking Tile body of Joseph ,1. SAntulli, husband of iVlary F., will be taken (o the Justin T. McCarthy Funeral Home. 403 Walnut-st, Elinira, N. Y.. for services and burial. Survivors, besides his widow, in- chide one son, Maury, al home; two daughters, Marcia, al home, Mary Mariomanfo, .M- bany, N. Y,; one grandson and eoininitlee, which was appointed hy the city commission. In addition to Catri. Fuller. Roger!. Wendt and Frost, other meinbers of the committee are: Albert Appell, secretary; Roy Downing, John Bacon, .Albert Fehr, Robert Keller. Edwarc,! Lay.! Robert Pfeiffer and Kenneth Young. five brothers living in New Vork We can't negotiate a national l'^''''^''' contract locally." ' ^'^e Richard Berl.sch Funeral ^yjl] iiome \\as in charge ol local ar- Port Clinton - - (Continued from Page 1.) Syrian Patrols In Brief Clash DAMASCUS, Dec. Hi 'INS) — Syrian military patrols fought for a half-hour with Israeli forces today near the scene of last Sunday's bloody fighting. .\ Damascus military spokes-' man said the clash occurred early this morning whcu .lewiili military patrols tried to iieivc- trate the frontier of the Arab stale. FAVORS DEFENDANTS ALL CHURCH .SCHOOL A unanimous .iury verdict was students, except beginners are returned in common pleas court! ,-p(,i,es,pf| report lor Chrisl- Thursday afternoon against plain- mas pageant rehearsal at the JiXlLiUHi ^Mv^ in ;,.H ,^^o„g,pg,lj„„yl c,.,^,,.^,, he .SfiOOO personal in.iury ease,s,,^,,,!,^,, 3, , brought by Rirliard Cijirlock. minor, throu,ch his mother, Kalh- RnAi ;n f\v rr K erine Oarlock 2008.. Can.p-st.^,?,^;^^';,,,:;', ^;^^.^^']^^_ agamst Donald Wvatt and Jerrv:„,„„ . , ,. on.. ;,.,..>._, ... • nance plant, Indianapolis, The comrpitlee in the affair surprised the group with the novel program "This Was Our Year," which, in a se- f) lence of humorous incidents, depicted the highlights in the 1 rear, of the employes , . , , The committee's meeting Thi. uMii hn ^"'^ ""^ '^"P*"'" be with representatives of offi-,'a'^^*''"*^"'-^- J -avV NIVH ProTram '^^^^i""' Birmingham, shows', eers of Local 746 of the Inter-i . pj^3,.gp that money and merchandise taken, I national Union of Electrical ^''i'\'<-'*'s for and damage commilled, amount to: Works, CIO. over $30 valuation. ^ The school was said entered through an unlocked door at the the Bricker - - - (Continued from Page 1.) Lee Vnltz, 220 E. Mai-ket-st. has announced The jurors deliberated approxi- V.i • ""••••••"^•^ mately 25 minutes. Case bad'^" P"'^>l'""Y, .P"';"^"'"-: oDcned for trial before Judge ^'^^'^^ James L. McCrvstal Wednesday; -^^''^"''^^ engineer- morning. The Gai'lock child "^'^ ordnance plant. Fn- had collided Willi a car of tormalion and application blanks Jendanls while ridin.u on an adult-.'"">' "hiained at (he postofflee :,ized bicycle whicli, allegedl.x. "'""i •'^'^^ Douds, local secre- liad .cone out of control on V.. ('"'.v. l'orc;~l-dr \car;< ago, causing inni 10 be injured. ' .lOSRPH T. RYAN. VER .MtL- - ion. was a member of the ACTION.S ARE SETTLED ^a u t u m n quarter graduating •J'UH ; unrelaled monetary ac- class of ;'i3 .T to receive diplomas tions filed in coinnioii pleas today at Ohio State Universit}'. cjurl some time ago w . M 'eiBishop Michael .1. Ready of the adjusted and sclllcfl by parlies Catholic diocese of Columbus out oi' court and disnii.ssod by;\,'n.s (be commenceme.if speaker. Judge iMcCryslal. Hvan received a bachelor of One was (he ease of Charles,jaw.s degree. DeLauei', ^ Cle\ eland, and the' Stuyvesant Insurance Co., Aden-: OWNERS OF DOGS IN CITY town. Pa., tJoorge L. and |,T „fj eountv. who are held liable Ada Ma.)oy, Huron, in which : fo,. ^nj,,^^,,, f„„.| ,,i„pj hv .ludgnienl of $(il7.22 had beeir^iocs thai are nol provided with a sought (or automobile damage.'josfi license lag \^\ Jan. 1, that It arose iron, a county t rat tie, ^av escape liability, if the mishap three years aj:o in wnicli jj, n'^onsed by (hat'dav, bv delennanls were involved. , „f j'^,, committed J he other action had been;,,,. ^|^^.^ hoard of brought by Cood Samaritan lios-:|,„„p^,, ,,,p„. township. but doors to offices of lives of the employes duringiprincipal were pried open with aj — rr-,:. lone-inch bar, as were a filing cabi-| favorite .son candidate would The company's board of direct- net and strong box containing $15: make him the first actual can- ors was nol forgotten, and At- which was stolen. Deputy Harry; didale tor the GOP nomination torncy Richard R. Kruse is now Ryan stated. even though al this lime he was the owner of a Jive goose. To, The service station was said en-ia candidate only to satisfy the assist L. K. Peabody with his ,terpt( by prying open a front door, i earlv filing requirement of the weed problem, the committee |also with a one-inch bar. Taken'Ohio law. presented him with a live goat.j.vere two chrome auto air-horns. Two Best Vote Getters Four of the compan:,'s em­ ployes. Peabody. J. L. Sampson, time Mrs. Lillian L. i .Scherz' Bock, wile o( Phillip, I were held at the Quick Funei'al Ihmie Friday aflcrnoon. the Kev. Ralph ,1. lluwlcy, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers \\ere Rodger Doerzbach, Wilbert Henkelniaii. Roland Rentier, George Still, Arthur Itiley. rind Dr. Raliih Rile .N. The Rev. William .Miller conducted services lor Charles j(Klairi Dalton al the Charles .1. :.\ndi-es Sons' Funeral Home •Friday afternoon. Burial was in said valued at $R per pair, four; Bricker's selection as a favor-;^^^j^.^ (^omelery lobn Slrnn^. and RoheH lensen and silver ite son candidate, which the: pallbearers were Fred Probst, ;e(^verfive vear servicf^^^^ "^^"^ '° Joseph Manuel. Cecil Bradt, icceued Ji\e-yeai senice pms, estimated with cigarets, at ago. would put two of the stale's ,. .s,x emplo.ves received two -year, ^pp,,^^,^^^,^,^, , ^-^^^ ^^^^ g^^,^^.^ May Pis believed the same person or Qhio primaries as favorite son persons committed both burglaries, candidates for the presidency.: Service.- for Henry B Bluine, _ Democratic Gov. Frank J. Lau- husband of the former Fan:iie Michigan was the nation's ^^he announced Tuesday he;Franci.= . were held at the Liilz greatest lumber-producing state vvould be seeking his party's dele-; Funeral Home Friday afternoon, from 1870 to 1890 and supplied gales in next May's primaries, 'the Rev. Theodore Stellhoin. of- most of the reconstruction lum-: Lausche would nol be pinned 'iciatina. Burial was in Oakland ber used in rebuilding Chicago fjown on whether he intends to Cemetery. pins and one employe was in the one-year service group. .lohn L. Sampson acted as master of ceremonies and was assisted by an employe committee compo.sed of Richard L. .Moiter, C. W. iBudi Coffman, ."Vrthur Kcown, Ray Tordi and "Irs. Mary Lou Morrison. Following dinner and the program, dancing was enjoyed. Lewis, Chcslnul. .lohn Dahney and after most of the city stroved by fire in 1871. was de- TODAY'S LOCALS Pallbearers were Waller 'I'ip- oie. Clay Rlancke, Sr.. John '•'rancis. Charles Francis. Karl Beblmer and Carl Rehlmer. hope of the Democrats of Ohio." Reider outlined the reasons for: his candidacy as follows; ; "First, the Republicans will sweep the state next year unless there is a resurgence of Demo- era Is. "Second, if there is no opposition! to Lausche next year. Ohio's potential contribution toward the clec- iioii of a Democratic president will go by default to the Republicans." L ;Hisihe, although he has announced he will permit his name to be used as a "fa\orite son " candidate for the presidency, has not said whether he will run for another term as go\-crnor or try ior the U. S. Senate seat now held by Republican George Benrler. In his verbal attack on Lausche, ficider said; ".\obody else dares speak up in opix'silion (o Lausche for fear of leprisal by his political diclator- rbip. i)ul 1 would rather chance m\ future than h.i\e thai dictated by a san"timonioiis hypocrite w li o s e sheep's clolhJn:; now has been torn aside. ".An open, frank and coin-at,'eniis npimsilion is the only method of defeating a dictatorship in a dc- ^nocracy for the people of Ohio are like all Americans, proud of their birthright and jealous of their rights as citizens." The average life expectajicy of a dollar bill is only nine monlhV, according to the U. S. Treasury. Don't hi(kyourflo(»%! Toys - Gifts - Tree Lights & Large Slantis, Wholf Hardware, Hancock & Madison Sis. Count\' .'\udilor Gerald G. )>ital ag;iinst .lunior iilackburn.: rural Milan, lor .ludgment "ijschweinfurtb clarified today. ^197.94 a.s balance said due audi unpaid on a hospital bill incurred; VARIOI'S ACT.S OF V.AN- last year by delcndanl in beliaU; ^(^li,,.,^^ eommitfed'af the home of Patricia Blackburn, minor. j j^,,,,, f,, Morris, Galloway! . rluring ber abs(>nce in California, were reinirted b\ her to ;he sheriff's department. Win- SUPERSTITION or SCIENCE"? "Oh that, this loo, loo solid flesh would inek." .Dietary sense & WLEC Saturday, Dec. 17, 6.30 P.M. seek delegates in other slates. U was expected he may have opposition in Ohio from Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tennj in the contest for delegates. Nobody would speak for publication but it was expected the Variety Keligious &! Republican Stale Central and Ex,. ,,, . , iecutive Committees would name General Gifts ior Christmas. | .p,^^^^,.^ Secretary George Hum- Kenna .Pangburn's&: Gilbert's Choc.'phiey of Cleveland as iheir sec- 'Marvin Pratt. Mrs Clavemc \, VASH 1\ GTO \ Dec. dNSi Olales. $7.50 irade-m on Sun- ""^ f^''^ « Nearer .en^larv'' - I'o^tmaster General Arthur E for de egales . . Two years ago under the spon- Sumirierficid predicted loda.v Bricker, home is in Co- ^f„.j;|,jp „(• Oran C. Wilson. Wil- that lO .i.T will be the biggest lumbus, served three lernis as plasties Co a considerable Christmas mail season on record, governor of Ohio and is serving amount was raised by public sub- He said that during the quai- his second term in the Senate.;sfript.jon to provide the Home ter ending Dec. 31, the posloffice He sought his parly s presiden-iwith television, radios, games and vvill handle more than 17 billion Christmas Gift — iConlinued from Page l.» .ludye John W. Baxter. 1955 Seen As Tops In Yule Mailings beam, Remington & Ronson, Elec. Razors. Klueg Pharmacy 426 Central Ave. Ph. 206 in FROBATF COURT Inwnioiy and aiiprairsemcnt eslair ol Mar\ Isnilli. Sehedulp of claim- in estate of .Margaret Krisher. — Application 10 transfr'r real est.'jte in estate of Charles H Stiew e. Fmmett Murray appointed executor in estate of .August C Birkenmeier. do\\s. outdoor thermometers and a re ;ir porch bulb were said broken, and a small bathroom windo\v had been pried npen. A LARGF CABLE OF THE .Nmeriean Telephone and Telegraph Co., near the Huron cor- , poration limits, was reported to For The Best -- F.'\RMER-S MARKET 2900 Venice Road Ciif Chri.';tma.s Treej; ?1..'^0 up. Also Voi^f^A Trees, Trimmings, Christmas Ornaments. Full line Fruits & Nuts. i 50 USED TV'S FOR SALE I TABLE MODELS . . . $25.00 'CONSOLES .$;30.00'of New York. NEED A SECOND TV SET 50 USED SETS GO on SALE FRI., Df :C 15 & SAT., DEC. 16, 1 O'CLOCK TILL 5. 2609 VENICE RD. ! ROLLER DOME tial nomination in 1944 but wound up as vice-presidential candidate on the ticket headed by modern comfortable furnishings pieces of mail — approximately! for which funds from the regular 390 pieces for every family in! public sources were not avail- America \\ institution is Thomas E. Dewey, then go\ernor now.^ 'as' ;ev;;"'b;;o;; , , - - , with facilities for the comfort <'HU.'A(.0, Dec. I(, a.P) - A can increase quality j^,,^ recreation of us residents I 'lverfront fire on the edge of (bias well as quantity of a feed^ifh as is rarely found in homes oago's Loop caused an estimated Ferlili/er well j crop. such as is rarel.\- of this kind S';!nn,n()n damage early today. make them impressively beautiful with ALL-VINYL FLOORING lri\i :-.'4l a lotlc more. ;infl have ttie beautiful iloor tlint money can |3uy . . . onr lhat vvill thrill ynu years from now with it.s abiding ciilor-cl .Trit .s', it.s deep, rich luster. Never before n vinyl floorinc like this . . . Come in, see for yourself! KARL'S TILE SERVICE Hancork St. f'h fi:90 Inheritance tax determination : "i'^ •shf'nff^ '"^'""'.""oon "'" "v!''" estate of Catherine Hartman. |^"-d HeLong, Rou e 29f1^ a,s h.iy- I mg been damaged b\ .22-calibcr rifle bullets, III. L : made. investir,alion is lie- n ,• 1 11 11 I \' 0 1 ,\ ,\ .\ I' ( 'INS ' - (.o\ <'i 11(11 i Fan die nl (ihio ri'ccivc ;it icii.^l delci'.'il f \olc':. Id cr .'itic P IT i'lm •\\\v\ ,H the C -le\Chlh Iiiili.' sioiial (lr:n-ni \\)iic!i will be ciiiilluMc 'l |r- lis 'Mav'if-i-lcci ('liilli[ Chaii.v- 11 i;.r,\'. (11 trolllT (IcM 'MMlc V |in rainiiaivii in nmiiiiif! hi- g.ite Id 111.' I eoiiv fill 1 ill jn'c:-|(lfi !l 1.^1 1 J M ;|- I,,ill 1 h' IlKJiaiifi liH ("lll(. ,r-(i iiMA Dec 1(1 i 1 ,1 II k .1. jiidhablx will iwd Indi.-iii.i llic Demo- 1 id li111 1 ;I (i 1 >0 I \(it('s dt llie a n ,-i (.' r cainii ';d*\ IriiKH I al ciini'i 'CN - prnli.ablv lllli IIKipil- i. lia.M cil\ con- la H.-i;. r- ha- .-iii- Idi (idle- l;al idii.'d I d I' A STRAV l )0(; nRAt .C.INCi .. chain, and which I'ame to the • inc of \V. ,1, Wick, 4.^)18 S. I'olinnbus-.-iN , 'riiursda.\. i.-. bc- I i; held there lor the rmhiliil owicr, the shcrill s dejiarimeni I c|)oilcil llir, .SIM OF SI i.Sti.'i.llS H.\S bci 'ii li'ct'i\c(| In dale li\ I lie Fi ic -cd Tubei^ .Xssdclal 1011 III icinill.iiicc.-, Inr l'hrlstnla^ ••< ,il ^ ni.u ed mil la^l iiioiil h. .'Mrs I'al licriiic I! .Miclu'l. eseculue .dii('l;ii\ .sailed Frida>. Willi Ihd diiU' goal xi al SKi.VlKI. tlu' amount ol SIl .SnM !>1! n'luaii)'- ",0 lid cdlldclcd. Dine closes Dec It.i'h A !.•) Vi:.VR-()Fl) FRU-tO \diiili. wild h;id been jiLiccd b\ .liidLid .loliii W. li.iMcr in the I 1:1 in -a\ lie! ('Ill idii hoiiie on ,i ii\diiilr (diirl ill, II', d. and who Wagner Cab has Limousine service from cab office to employment office on Per- kin.s A\'e.. e\'ery 'ahr. New York Central Depot to employment office starting Mon. from 8 to 5. SPECIAL RATES. SUNDAY SPECIAL All dinners, full course, toj include .soup, salad, entree,' vegetable, des.sert & coffee.^ Hickorv Barbecue. 1 i<d i I raucii •> ii/'lfdai d ? o 11 I .11; ( ( 1 d 'v ( 11' 1 d III fl it loi ;illd 01':', f au\ or. '[Ill .'•;i rWdCl' liiai 11 I lull (•dl ] :(-•!( chod d '-' ,dii: Uu d I d ( 1 (/ d t! I III ii 1 dl I 111 All-' 11.: Ill I !i( ^1 d I lid !:i I iidi 1 hdsd , d 11:11.. • I. Ill Mill • d|i'-dli .did \\,alKe( I liui-ii,a\ \ iiUni! aiil.\ |di . .iliiiii". WW d' 11 dl 1 I he boiiid at lei iiddii, aj'iiearc I al iiuhce lieadtiuai 1.1 iiiinuU"- all('iwai(( did, I Idd all lid .' I lldl : lid v-anii'd i.iilidi- Hi,HI idii lidini 1 1 Id be b(Md b\ idinain al lii.' ' \' .'d rcl II ri I dl I d\ d 1 l.ildi Id ihd hdllld a •.III lor .SdMaliir l''..-'( Kd- ic.irdj 11 II' \\, n ; -dl la>' din I'll 1. I:, Ibd ldii'.id..| major lea^'aR' lii>l')r\ Ethical n<-.r)^nrlab)e DiHart TV <"^"Tnce Phone 8143 Day & Niqhl Service 11 • Select Names Of 2 New Atom Subs u \,SIII,' N (. l'n\, hdd, II) ' l\^i Tlid ,\a\,\- sa.N.i il v'.ill name Ms two iK'i^ aidoiic piiucrt'd Mibinaries 'SkaU' • ;uiti "Swdidfi^h " Tiid two ws.scis sisler sliijis to \\\ • Naulilus" and the Si'H Uolt, " .aid L'diiiJ. I.iillll ai (il .ildji ( niiii and l'iiri,--nioiiili \ H riii'\ will pidbabli be comiileiU'd 111 Hi.yr and Rciiuiiful Cloldon caiiane.s .'\dt)i'able Parakeet babie.s Home rai.sed & wiv reason- ablv priced. .MO.M'S Hinn HOUSE 1 \\. Mad I. son ATTENTION ELKS ncscr\alions Member.^ Oiil\- For New \C-M\ E\e Danco. All Tickel.s Must Be Obtained Kiom StewaiTJ At Tho Club Bv Wed., Dec. 'M. WWn von lliink of Matcb OaiMOs m- Practice Hou'lii^t;. ROW I, at BOCJERT'S FOR VOIJR CONVEN- IK.M'l-; STORE OPEN FROM 9 A M TO 9 P M I'XTll, CHRISTMAS C. A. GOOD FL'R.N'ITURE CO.. Gift Certificates for anv- amount. Heinrich Cuslorn Tailors. 1 IN A HURRY? See Je\as & Poulos HOUR DRV CLEANING LOC; CABIN INN will be closed Sal. nile In ihe public. We will .ser\'e our $1'.()U Special Chicken, faniil>' .st\le Sunda>'. Magellan Calenns Service \W1\ Hayes Ave, Chn.stinas Canapes Special ituikics, iia^s, & oniamcnt.s. Call da\ or nile 8;:!)«. We deliver Li\e cut Xnia.s liee.s. CVMU- eicr\ ureatli.^, boxt-.s. pul.s SlfUiUl) GARDENS 2Lilti Milan Rd Big, New Beauty with the only NEW RIDE in its field Built by I Packard Craftsmen America's finest medium-priced car PUTMAN ST. FREE Schwinn, Colson Bikes. Tncvcle.s at Rctiuc'ed Pi ices '\'\RK!NG SELECT .\M.^S TREES ALL SIZES ^TRICKFADEN NURSERY ' Open Nicht.s Till 10 P.M Used Bikes $10.00 up. SANDUSKY CYCLE CO. CHRISTMAS TREES Big selection .'Ml kinds Ml SlHiidarfi Beer %\\ '"-^e Frank Sliond. Perkiii.- .Sc Delivered Bill Renwand. Cohinibus Ave.: ,\lso 2707 Now.. .with the smoothness, performance and safety of famous TORSION-LEVEL RIDE '^dii i.iii M (• die lu'w ( lipju'-i bi.iulxl \idA liiiii- 111 iiiil ddSvOM'l rolSH)|l I I'M I iill!d . . . tlu' iild\ !i liild i 1 llie inetiiuin -pnce (u'KI. f .vi /i .'MK uith (///'/n ) u\ <.\s li. Its advanced it ub .si )lele .s cml .aid spMni:,.'>l .^o snKHilli it tun bcut.s riding on air! Here's new ehuiiii; ease new ( Iipjidi t'idj,!iu\ ild!i\dr dp 1 (1 27 T li .ii . tlf idd-t power 111 did lidld' A in H t !lipp. I U ,ii .i\ld i,iiii, ii 'iw .ivail.ilile. cuiiibiiie.v the luel sa\m'j;s oi o \(.'uln\d widi the hnest of aiitoinatie tr.insniibsion.s, Clipper I Itr .uii.itic' See and drive C Clipper with 'i'orsiori I.t-vel Rule . . . (odaiy.' SANDERSON MOTOR COMPANY 433 W. Market Slreet Sandusky. O. Phone 857a —,Enjoy 'TV READERS DIGEST' — WE WS-TV, Channel 5-8:00 P.M., Monday* — Phone 6070. iColumbus A\e.

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