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December 17, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 3

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Lutherans Meet In Chicaffo To Discuss Merger CtrTCAGO, Doc. 17 a :pi ^-nop- rrscnlatives of nonrlv 2.750,000 I>iithrr <Tn .s in tho Uiiitrrl Stales mot Iiorf lofiny (o flisciiss (ho nmrRor of oil Kiitlicran dcnomi- Mations in Amerira. A ('ommissioii of 21 at today's ronforoncc roprosoiilrtl the 2,250.- 000-momhrr United Lutheran Clnirt'h in Amerira, tlie largest of tlie r .ulheran eliurciios in this ( )iinlr,v, and the .Augnstana Liitlieran Church, fifth largest \\\\h a mcmhership of more than 600,000. The conference was to review the actions tlu> eluirches have tal<en toward \niio; , time draft a .joint invilalion lo the 14 otlicr I.nliietan hodie.s to meet with tliem aufl discuss an ,all- Lmlicran mcr^jer. Four otlier denoniinatioii.s currently' are enKai^ed in a merger plan to eslahlisli "The .American l-ullieran Church" in 19()0. Tliese are the Kvangelical l^utheran Chmch, and American Luthei-an Clilircli, the Lutheran Free Church, and the United Evangelical Lutheran Church. Two other Lutheran bodies have indicated interest in mcrR- inK. The American Evangelical Lutheran Church and the Siiomi Synod voted at their conventions last summer to join in unity .leotings. REGISTER-STAR NEWS 9 Siindiisk .T. O., S«t.. n*c. 17. 19.15 October Called Bloodiest Month On Ohio Roads COLUMBUS. Dec. 17 HNSi— Octoher was hy far the hlood- lest of any month previous on Oliio highways this year. The Stale lliRhway Safely Department said 224 pei-sons were killed in traffic. (>,876 injured and about $4,700,000 damage done in accident.s. If the upward trend conliaUES the department wai'ncd, 1955 may be a record year for traffic slaughter in the Buckeye State. October deaths were about 20 pcicent ovcn ^h4i -_t.otal for the .same moirih last year. Safety nuector U. S. Felty said the f• ;ure wa.s 'appalling" e.special- ]y since it covered only one jjcriod of 31 days. Surveys showed that motor vehicle travel in Ohio was on the increase by an estimated two billion miles for the first ten months of 1955. Computing the death rate against miles travelled in the state, the ratio remained the same as last year: 5,8 deaths lor every million miles. Mass Picketing Still Continuing At Westinghouse TRENTON. N. J„ Dec. 17 HNS) Mass picketing continued at the strtick Westinghouse plant in Trenton today because a court order restricting picketing could not be served on officials of the striking union. Thursday niglit New Jersey Superior Court Judge C. Thomas Scheppino granted the Westing- hou.se Corp. a temporary restraining oi'der, limiting the number of pickets to si.\. But this mornig tlic Mercer county sheritf's office could not finrl any union oflicials to i-e- ceive service of the restraining order. The union involved is Local 449 of the Intern; tional Union of Electrical, Kadio and Machinery Workers; CIO. SATflLLITE BOSS— N. Elliott Felt, Jr., 31, has been named ojierations manager of Project Vanguard, of the world's first man-made earth satellite, by the Martin Co., of Baltimore, Md. A graduate of Georgia In.stitute of Technology and the University of Marjiand, Felt designed (ho guidance .sy.stem of Martin's Viking rocket which established a world's altitude record for single stage vehicles. (NEA Tolephotoi. Archie Moore Scores Victory In Really Battle CLEVELAND (INS) — Cii.vahoga County Common Pleas Judge Ed-] ward Blyhin ruled in favor of world light heavyweight champion Archie Moore and a Cleveland woman today in a case involving a $50,000 law.'^uit. Moore and Miss Dollree Mapp, 28. had attempted to ohtaining nancing after putting $5 ,000 down in a real estate transaction. Judge BIythin ruled that after failing to get financial assistance they were| entitled to a refund of their money. The suit was brought by Mr. and Mrs, Robert Freeman, who] asked the court to force Moore and the woman to go through with the deal or award the couple the $5 ,000 damages. Army Officials Deny $25 Jeeps At Dayton Base DAVTON, Dec. 17 fL\S)—The equipment arm of the Air Force put out emphatic denials today that it was having a Christmas special on jeeps. The Air Material Command at '.."rig't-Patrerson Air Ba.se said in no uncertain terms that there was nothing to a rumor new crated jeeps /ere being sold by AMC for ?25 each. Officials denied that "the Air Force is offering, ever offered or is likely to offer" such items at surplus property sales. Both AMC and Air Force head quarters in Washington hav< been receiving phone calls from all parts of the country asking about the supposed "$25 jeeps." ' J^ome kind of a con ga:.ie, muttered one AMC official. Columbusite To File For State's Highest Court WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Nelson Welschenbach Insurance Agency 1718 W, Madison St. Phone 3417 GUNDLACH 5HT%ET METAL WORKS G.E. AiT-Condiilonino Ventilation Induitrial Sh»«t Metal Worki 910 Columbus Ave. COLUMBUS, Dec, 17 (INSV A former state senator, prosecutor, an1 director of the State Bureau of Code revision today had obtained nominating petitions for Ohio Supreme Court judge. Willard D. Campbell, will file as a Republican for the Jan, 2 term. Campbell, a former Guernsey- i CO prosecutor, served in the State Senate from 1933-36. He was also a common pleas judge The Columbus man was unsuccessful in his campaign for the high court in 1952 and 1954 Turnpike Chairman To Receive Award : COLUMBUS. Dec. 17 (UP>~ Janics W. Shocknessy, Ohio j Turnpike Commission chairman will receive an award from i national collegiate fraternity Dec. 28 for the commission'^ stand against discrimination in the turnpike's operation. Kappa Alpha Psi will present the award during its convention Dec. 27-30. The award was for the commission's policy of out awing discrlnination in toll road service areas and for inducing turiipike restaurants and motels to agree to a non-discrimination policy. For Christmas An Organ In Your Home—Private Lessons and Music FOR (»\LV $4.95 PER WEEK BK SL 'HE AND HEAR . . . Franklin Shuop. oiganiat in our vicinity j tor many years and majiager of our piano & organ dept., will demonstrate tbe glorious natural tones of the Wurlitzer every night, 7:30 to 9.00 till Christmas. We were proud to have our Wurlitzer organ used in the presttu.iiion oi the "Mes-^iah" recently. WILLIAMS MUSIC CENTER 423 W. MARKET ST. PHONE 1650 BEMVEY'S season^s best from Penney^s ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY' Hurry — Come On Down! Shop till 9 Tonite and Every Nite Next Week. We've Gifts for Your Favorite Glamour Girls! DACRON CREPE! 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