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"SANDUSKY, A City That's Growing Places" REGISTER IJSKV STAR-NEWS Partly cloudy arid turning pr this evening with • eoM Wft* tonisiht. The low by inorniflf will range from zero to five above near the lake, five b«low InUnd. FoundMl 1822. Vol. 133. No. 283. Inltrnafienal N*wi Sarvie* SANDUSKY. OHIO. MONDAY. DECEMBER 19. 195S United PrPM Phone M40 Prieo Fta« ZERO COLD WAVE HEADS INTO OHIO Woman Die In Home Fire Afghans Insist No Secret Actions In Russian Pact Bishop Dedicates New School Addition Father Of Yiciom Phes With Son Near Springfield KABUL, AFGHANISTAN, Dec.i IS (INSI—Afghanistan's premier j said today hi.s nation's new pactj I with Russia—providing a $100,-i 1 1 000,000 Soviet loan — contained i no secret agreements. " I Mohammed Oaud Khan told newsmen there were no secret i provisions on political, military SPRINGFIELD, Dec. 19 lor other subjects against anyj (INS)—Five small children country. The news conference was held after Soviet Premier Nikolai Bui- Opened and the young mother of two nf them burned to death in ' sa'"" a"*' Communist party chief | ., J i< i 1,.. 1 I Nikita Krushechev had departed their wood 'stilt house on! ^abul at the end of their the banks of the Mad River} month-long tour of south Asia. at DonaldsviUe near Spring-! ^^e Russians, who had vis-| ^ ° I ited India and Burma, were field today. ! by Moscow radio to have landed; The father of one of the victims! at Tashkent, Uzbeki.stan, after de managed to escape with his six- Parting from Kabul. The Toledo Catholic Diocese high ranking clergy wore on hand for a dinner which followed dedication of the new SS. Peter and Paul school addition Sunday. Left to right, Msgr. Extend Treaty A communique issued announced the loan and said the two countries had agreed to ex- lend for 10 years a treaty of neutrality and non-aggression yoar-old son. The dead were identified as Betty Lou Hamilton. 20, her daughters Rebecca, 2, and Debra, 3; two neighbor's children. Connie -JCogcI, 1.3, and Theresa Coleman, i, and Paulette McDaniel, 10. Donald McDaniel, 44, Paulette's father, managed to escape the flames with his son, Wayne, but he suffered burns—eTtr~~30—percent of his body. Bums Like Tinder Fire officials said they believed the blaze broke out at 4 a. ni. from, a defective fuel oil heater. The blaze apparently tore through > tile old wood like a torch to tinder. When the first fire com-i pany arrived on the scene, ^'^^ OafJ TtlAfflffalllA house was burned nearly to the MCIICI XUcVllQUlv ground. The Clark-co sheriffs office said SAARBRUECKEN, Dec. that McDaniel had lived in the. (iNS)_Three pro-German par- said I Robert Yates, secretary to Bishop Rehring; Msgr. Norhcrt Shumaker, diocesan superintendent of Ihii^lnvav department, ided' s'^hools; Rt. Rev. George ,T. Rehring, Bishop of Toledo, and Msgr. Hilarv %Veger, dean of the i, < n ^ ;. Deanery, Norwalk. itracts Will be awardet Parishioners Are which they entered into originally in 1931. Bulganin and Ai'ghanistan Premier Mohammed Daud Khan also agreed to "expand their friendly political, economic and cultural ties." Union Of Saar With Bonn Now Commended For Eadlities Here Bishop Rehring Speaker at Dinner Following Exercises at SS. Peter and Paul Sunday. "The people of this parish are aware of their obF^ga- tions, and to satisfy them, are willing to make sacrifices to see their children have the best elementary education within their means." The speaker was the Rt. Rev. George J. Rehring. Bishop of the Toledo Catholic diocese, in addressing 300 members of the 19 laity and religious in dedication: exercises here Sunday of the house with his sister, Mrs. Hamil ton, since his wife and he separated. Mrs. Hamilton was also believed to be separated from her husband. The Fogel and Coleman children were spending the night with the others. The home, built on stilts to avoid (he Mad River's annual Tooding, and "very old and dry," according to the sheriff's office. A sher-: iff's deputy said "it went up very ties, packed with a hard core of Nazis, have blitzed their way to a convincing majority in the Saar Parliament. Pledged to union with Bonn, they fell short, however, of the edge by which they could by themselves eliminate the constitutional roadblocks in the way of return to the fatherland. But West German officials said new addition to SS. Peter and Paul school. The dedicatory exercises and blessing of the school by Bishop Rehring, brought priests and monsignori from neighboring areas, as well as teaching sisters, and to which former assistant pastors were also invited. "Man serves God," the bishop .said, "and only man is endowed to serve God rationally. What-; Perkins-av Bids On Tuesday 48'Ft. Pavement For ,87 Mile; Drainage Later I Bids will be opened' at jColumbus Tuesday for the widening and resurfacing of iPerkins-av between Colum- ibus and Hayes-avs, it was lannounced today by the state Con- arded later, in the week. The half-million dollar .87 mile cAROLERS — Vice President ioint project of Sandusky, Erie- 1 Rjehard M. Nixon, left, and CO and the state rails for a 48-, j,^,, ^^^^^^^ j^^,,^ ,D-Okla .i, foot pavement scheduled for| ^^j^ j,^ inter-party harmonv in 'completion by the. end of next; ^^^^ j,^^ ^^^^^^^ O^. ,the UpitPd Press re- ported. A drainage oroiect, under consideration, will be made later, according to M. W. Bechberger. '^rie-co engineer. The plans ron-|^^ If template easing of run-off '^niot ^CHlCetICItlOilS Mills Creek and Pipe Creek. Second Pro.iect Also up for awarding of con-; tract will be the $2,700,000 inter-; change project at the junction of Routes 6 and 611, of Vermilion. The project, which will take one year to complete, calls for a new five-span steel and concrete bridge to whi.ek west-bound Rt. 611 traffic over Route 6. ] In turn a Rt. 6 underpass will; i-ie built at a nearby Nickel Plate Hailro.^d crossing. Part of the highway also wilt be widened ^nd resurfaced. See White Christmas For Area Mercury To Plunge In Most Of East; Storm At Frisco \ A white Christmas ap* Iparently is in store for San- •duskyland as all of Ohio, «ncl Ithe eastern half of the na- ition was under a cold wavt warning with temperaturet slipping slowly downward. |An ultimate low of zero jalong the lake and five be* low inland expected tonight, according to the Sandusky '.veather bureau. The coldest snap of the season is expected to last into Wednesday and possibly Tbursd «3' when r-ftCB Building as the annual . • . ... . • pre-Christmas carol sessions ' ^r"'*; ?9 . « cet under wav Thursday at 10:12 a. m. get under \\a>. | y,.^^.^^^ ^0,^ air from Canada ;is forcing its way to Ohio, the !International News Service re! ported. Temperatures Tuesday probably will range between 10 and 15 degrees. The high here Sunday was 28 degrees, with the low Monday ; morning at 18. Toledo Coldest In Ohio „ . , .... . Toledo was the coldest report- Sandusky postoffice card ^^^^^^ ^o^a,. » low of 17. and letter cancellations of The stat« highway department the Christmas holiday rush sa'd 'oads north of a line marked b.\' Wauseon, Bucyrus, Wooster At Postofiice Exceeding '54 are running ahead of 1954. and Voungstown were pretty slip- ^^^7:2.Xr:irS^l^ a^e .S';^^::nomirc ;^'our Creator, our Master and our ted the flames, had to travel about trols ^by France and reunion with a mile to turn in the alarm. STATIKTKS Marriage Application Darwin H. Seehaver, 23, telegraph and teletype operator, Bellevuc, and Coletta Uene Quorin, 16. laundress, rural Monroeville, Rev. Rene 'r. Meyers to officiate. the Boon republic were inevitable sooner or later. Complete official returns today ^ gave the three-party "Heimat-i fo'" His glory." bund" coalition 375,576 votes, or 63.9 percent of the ballots cast. The coalition parties, all solidly staffed by one-time followers of Adolf Hitler, were expected to be given 33 seats in the 50-seat parliament. That would leave them five short of the 38 they sought. —Harlc.v Hofl'man Photos The Rev. Gerald M. Stein, assistant pastor of SS. Peter and Paul Church, places the crucifix in the fo.\cr of the new school addition in dedication ceremonies conducted by the Rt. He\'. "Whatever we are or have,| George ,1. Rehring, Bi.<»hop of Toledo, Sunday. must be used to serve Him.j Whatever we have, must be used; ^jjjjpj^jj^gl ever we have, we have from God. our Creator, our Ma.ster and < King, anjj one day our Judge. Railroader Dies AtBellevueFrom Crash Injuries Charles Halsey, 32, Second City Traffic Fatality For SS; Hits Tree To Avoid Collision. The total cancellations for Dec. pery in spots. Balance «f tht 1-18, 1955. are 1.303.200 against highways are normal. 1,008,800 for the same period of The mercury was to plungt 1954, an excess of 294,400 cred-i^harply today throughout the ited to 1955 i Middle Atlantic states through On Saturdav cancellations were|1'«""«^-^^«-, ^elow zero weather 'was expected for most of the 97.400 and on Sunday, 64,500. The figures for those same days last year were 89,700 82,100. northeast. At least 24 deaths during the week -end attributed 3nd,'t« the weather. Wind gusts in the San Fran- "Always keep in mind, we are to take care of the children God entrusted to us. "We have an obligation toward God's children," he told the audience. "All are God's children. We are to take care of MARRIAGE LICENSES Edward H. Cummings, 57, foreman, Detroit, and Nora B. Vanover, 45, cashier, Ypsilanti, Mich. BIRTHS PROVIDENCE Mr. and .Mrs. .lames Starkloff, 1008 Warren-st, a son. Mr. and Mis. Calvin Hughes, Huron, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Simmons, Terrace trailer court, a daughter. .Mr. and Mrs, John Mesner, 1225 Polk-st, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. l.eon Matter, Vifkery, a .son. Dr. and .Mrs. Richard Jpffrev, Karl-Ann-dr, a daughter. (iOOn SA.MAKITAN Mr. and Mrs. Commodore Scheid, 1407'.2 Sandusky-st, a .son. Mr. and Mrs. William Frankel, 221 46lh-st, a son. Mr. and .Mrs. Leo Wainer, I'. S. Coast Guard Station, Cedar Point, a daughter. .Mr. and .Mrs. Russell Troike, itouie 2, a daughter. ME.MORIAL Mr. and .Mrs. Quinton Vowell, Route 3, Norwalk, a daughter. Mr and .Mrs. Clifton pose, 10,11lla\t'.s-a\, a son. Mr. and .Mr.s Karl (Juisin- ger, Cl.\de, a datighte;-. .Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Miers, Huron, a daugliter. Kaiser To Toss Vast Empire Into New Corporation NEW YORK, Dec. 19 (UP) Propose Governors Take Over If D.C. Attacked If Hi WASPIINGTON, Dec. 19 (INSi—A House Democratic leader them, to look after them, iul"l', proposed today that governors be empowered to e.stablish a gov- God's purpose on earth. CV rch-Offers~Guidance 'We have the church to guide, and direct tis in formulating I courses given to our children. "Kxperience beare out, OUT'. Catholic children are always will-j ing to share the burden of good! citizenship." At the same time, the Bishop said Catholics were not asking ernment in the event a suprise nuclear holocaust sohuld strike: the United Stales. I BELLEVUE, De 19 — Charles F. (Fred) Halsey, 33. died Sunday nlsht in Bclle- vue Hospital of Injuries received two hours earlier in an auto accident on Caatalia- st. It was the second traffic fatality of the year in the city, Custer Louis Thomas having been killed In August, The city had no fatalities in 1933 and 1934. Assistant Postmaster Arthuriciseo and bay areas reached 63 Larimer said he believed the'mph during an intense storm worst of the card and letter mail-:that swept the Pacific coast north­ ing is' now behind the postal"^^ard. Heavy rains fell in nor- workers, but parcels, both in- ^'^e'"" California and hea^T snows coming and outgoing, continue tothe Siskiyou and be heavv. |Sierra Nevada mountains. Larimer said mails from big!^"'™*' •** cilv terminals are running from' Bcmidji, Minn., had the na- three to five days behind andl^'o^'s J.^^^' /^'it^ *3 below suggested that parcel mailings!f from now on, to a.ssure holiday delivery, be sent by air mail. zero. It was 20 below or lower Ike Says Biblical Goal Of Peace Is Closer Than Ever Seek To Curtail Defense Buying Secre^Contracts Police report that Mr. Halsey, The proposal was advanced by; driving north on oni Rep. Clarence Cannon, House Ap-.^oute 269 attempted to pass an- WASHINGTON, Dec. 19 (UP) propriations Committee chairman.! o,her car, which signaled for a' (^oncress will he asked 1o cur- The Missouri legislator said in j,;, i,„.„ ,t Moore-av. To avoid ' " tail the Defense Department's bomb could destroy the White; ^'^fi^p" "s "\i .erved farther' leit, ai"bority to buy goods through an interview that one liydrogeuj fitting the other vehicle, Mr. House, the capitol and the Pentagon. Ho asked: "What would happen 19,10 our government in that event'? 'e among our lead- carry on the gov- I'.dgar V. Kaiser, president of , both Kaiser Motors, and the Hen-|: r.\ .f. Kaiser Co., would merge all of the Kaiser holdings into an organization to be called the Kai-, i ser Industries Corp. ! The Kaisers said details of the I plan would be fully explained ; in a proxy statement to be made available prior to a special meet-i I ing of Kaiser Motors stockholders scheduled for March. The announcement said that Willys Motors, which manufac- ' turPS jeeps and commercial ve-i ! hides, would become a wholly!* 'owned subsidiary of the new cor-j, I poration. free of all its present i: I bank debt. iDr. Meckstroth Again Chief Of Hospital Staff other Officers Also Elected at .4nnual Providence .Meetingr and Dinner. 1417 DEATHS Roman L. Ott. 73, Carr-sl, Mrs. Viola Young, 59, 1121 1, Parish-st. Mrs, Frank E. Boden, €7. 727 Aleigs-st. Ernest Lemke, 68, 208 Boaltit infafU Anne Noel. UlS Decalur-sc. l)r, i:. J, .Meckstroth was reelected Providence Ho.^pifal chief of staff at the annual staff meeting and dinner. Dr. W. R, Leibschner was elected vice-president and Dr. D. R. I.ehrer as secretary. Ors. W. F. Burger, H. G. Leh-i „^f^ despite the Soviet Union's ap-l Cannon added; "The governors parent re.sumption of the cold "^^^ elates, or as many as ^ar. isur\'ived, could be empowered by Mr Eisenhower sounded a:government. Con- Christmas praver for peace ^^^-'i-c^^ should make some provision (Continued on Page 14—Col. 6.) he pressed a gold-plated telegraphi key in Gettysburg Sunday to light by remote co: ol the nation's Christmas tree in Wa.shing- ton. White House sources said .^u- or llie survival of the nation's democratic processes in the event of surprise attack with atom and hxdrogcn bombs." The congressman said the U.S. i Federal Aid For Local Municipal Airport Sought secret, negotiated contracts. Chairman Carl Vinson iD-Ga)i of the Armed Servicesi Committee made this plain Sun- in most of Nortli Dakota, eastern South Dakota and Minnesota. Key West, Fla.. had a balmy high of 68 for the nation, 99 grees higher than Bemidji's low. Elsewhere around the nation during the morning, the mercury read 2 above at Chicago, Denver 13. Los Angeles 45 and Washington, D.C., 33. Acquit GI Pair For Attack On Actor In E.Berlin BERLIN. Dee. 19 (UP) — Tw» American soldiers accused by d<iy in accusing the Pentagon; the Communists of attacking a , , ,. , , , Communist actor in East Berlin of a "shocking abuse of nuli-j acquitted today by a U. S. tary buying procedures. ! ^.^^^1 martial. He said the Defense Depart-; ^^^^^ pleaded not guilty and Iment has virtually scrapped open,^e^. The city was reported today to (^^(„„pptitive bidding in favor ol„pi.,-ck called Pvt. William have applied to the federal gov-j n^jjoiiated contracts. .'\s a re-j Holden, 19, an "American ernment through the Civil Aero-Jsuit, he charged, an unnecessary swine" and that Holden knocked nautics Administration for fed-i 53 (530,000,000 of the taxpayers'Lierck to the ground. money was spent on military pur- violden, of Poplan'ille. Miss., chases during the past 2ij years and Pvt. Richard L. Calbert, 22, of Kansas City Mo., were arresl- eral aid for municipal airport. The municipal airport would be located at the site of the present, Sandusky airport, Cleveland-rd, has no assurance against a sudden ;enemy air attack across the polar : according to chairman of Robert Pheiffer, the Chatnber of gusla, Ga., has been selected as^"^.'"'' ..u^ aeM,^s I commerce aviation committee. t,u.->ui, ua., urn. i ' ^ ,cgions or tiom submarines oft the „, . . , . the place for a two-week vaca-, Plans call for 4,000 foot run- tmn as recommended by Bo.ston; -Such an attack," he commented. ««>'^ capable of handling up to heart specialist, Dr. Paul Dudley ..jf ^ ^.^.^^^ ^^.^^,1^, p,obabiy be I launched while the Russians were — {smiling at us and telling the world jhosv much they were for peace." Cannon directed his staff to in- U.S. Missionary Pair On Way To Freedom In West vestigate a report that in recent ;.Army nxaneuvers in Louisiana it iwas determined that an enemy Late News Flashes ed by the Reds Dec. 7 after they allegedly knocked out Lierclc outside a bar In the Soviet sector. four engine Convairs. The financing it was said will g^^jj^ltled governmeiU today an- JERl'SALEM (I'P- -Jordan's Police Plan "Bar It SPARTA, N. J., Dec. 19 (UP) be at no cost to Sandusky tax-j a "dusk to dawn curfew —This township will set up 8 payers, with to be borne by fop the little town of Bethlehem -bar" at police headquarleni on federal aid, revenue bonds and where Christ was born. There: New Year's Eve. industries who will participate were reports of bitter anti-West-: police Chief P. George Geffkea and utilize the facility. era riots in Amman atul joint 5..,!^ motorists will be able to City and county officials have Egyptian. Syrian pledges of ac- st„p fo,. a t.„p coffee at any could paralyse the US, in a few | given backing to the project, tion against Israel. time during the holiday, niiiuiies. I Pheiffer said, » » . WASHINGTO.N, Doc, HI LPi jj^, ^^i^ ^ simultaneous attack! \ COl.l'.MBl'S (I'H)— With safe— two American '"'it's npi,„ «4 p,.i„t^.ipal American cities — ^ K ^ A , Drivmu Uav a pronounced failure held by Comnuini.>l CInna lor^^.f,,,,,, ^^4,,^. ^.S. sources ofTremOnfer WrefS and another big holiday week-end i — I ••gi^ 11 are than five years are due 10 production and leave this country, *r T ID looming, Ohio ruunted 18 trattici ^^nfl IjA YS LCrT crass the border into freedom pi-actically helpless, iLlTe I emi in fen victims the past «eek-eud A ••••• ' at Hong Kgng sometime Tucs- _ ! Lima man burned to dealii H«ID Piflhl T§ •••^ ^ i :»./«»r I*, ni ^^lr ' fl-KVELA.\D, Dec 19 a P- i„ a .au-ick fire. jT J J errors in OfOCK Max Rathbun, 32. Fremont, to- . , . I> (la> entered a guilty plea to sec- SHOPPING day. They are Dr. and Mi.s. Hoiiici V. Bradsliavv, both in thiir tiU's ML.Ml'HIS, TENN,. Dec, 19 •er and H. F. Kesinger were •lected to the executive commit- ee, Drs. Burger and Lehrer be- ng re-elected. The joint conference commit-j •e membersiiip consists of Drs ' ' C Kramer, Fred Schoepfle uid W, P. SiiirbaU. WANT -.An animated Santa Claus listens to the Christmas desires of these youngsters in Mt. Vernon, Wash. Standing 23 feet high, the Santa ino\es his arms and has a loud - speaker - s\ stem voice He «as installed by -Mt. Vernon merchants. He is the brother of Wilhaiii A. i.\s,.-Mrs. Leon .Sherard called Bradshaw. of Pittsburgh, Pa., attention of citv officials to and recently was sentenced b> i,,^, ,3^.1 ,,,a, ..j^,,, the Communists to five > ears' aUmg a tuo-block long Memphis imprisonment. street call it -Suminit," •'Sum- The Red Cross e.xpre>=scil .sur- ^^tn," and '•Summilt." prise and gratification that Brad- Shaw's release was gianted. The ACTIVATE NEW AIK FORCE original request asked only that PARIS, Dec, 19 (L;P)--I.. n, Al- Ihe Chinese Red Cross as;^i,st in i>ed M, Grueiitlicr announced to- obtainin.ii an exit permit for .Mrs da> he will activate the new Fifth Bradshaw '^^ ho it'poi icdU was 1 ,00 Tai-lical AM l-"orie ot .American weak to sign the ducuiuem lici- and Italian planer lu uonh ltal.\ seii. I oa Jau. 1. ond degree murder and was sen • lenced to life in prison. The surprise plea ended the three-week trial and brought a sigh of relief from the jurors, uho had begun to suspect the.^ would spend part of the Christmas holiday deliberating the case Rathbun was charged with the lirsl-degiee murder of his wife Connie. 35. m llieir home hert April 3 He entered a guill> olea to a second degree nundci •iiarye and will be eligible foi Ipaiolti lu 10 ^ear«. KHAKTOl .M il.NS)— The Sudan lower house of Parliament! pa.ssed unaiiimousl}' today a resolution declaring the Sudan should bccoiiie a "fully sovereign republic" » » • OB UK LI S (CP) — Superiu ieudeiit Charles E. VVigton of Ih )beilin school system toda H'ored "a haiuUul of crackix ;)areiils" m detciuiia,^; two hi ^(•hoo! oi'iK'iais a,i;aiiisi o\ c -iiict discipline compUmU i p,irt;iii$ and puinU. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HOURS IN S.iNOUSKV STOEES i'his week. Monday, Tueads) eduesday, Thursday and ¥rii»y itil 9 p. m. C lo!»e CbriiiaiM Kv* al .J' Ob

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