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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 2

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Monday, December 19, 1955
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THE SANDUSKY REOISTERSTARNEWS Monday, Dfcemfcer 19, 195.1 Around World -~ Around Clock fletlBlered tJ. S. Patent Office India In Okay Of Outer Mongolia NEW DELHI (UP)-Primc Mln- liter Jawaharlal Nelini said today Ind*a had decided to establish dip* lomatic relations with Outer Mongolia during the "next few days." Nehru spoke in favor of admitting both Japan and Outer Mon­ golia to llie United Nations and said. "Outer Mongolia is not so big but is an independent country and wo have nearer relations with it." Nehru also boosted Communist China for a UN seal. West German Senate To Meet Nasser Hoping To Meet Syrians On Israel Ruins CAIRO, Doc. 19 (INS) ~ Rgyplian Premier Gfmial Abdel Na.sscr says his country will be giad when its armies and of Syria meet in Israel on the ruins of "these treaclierous peoples." Na.sscr marie his coniineiit in a telegram to Syrian President iShukry F,! Kourly in which he expressed sorrow over the death of Syrians killed in an Israeli raid n week ago. Theater Scheduled OHIO — "Sincerely Yours" ~2M, 6:0.5, 9:30. "Target Zero"—1, 4:30, 0. STATE — "Return of Jack Slade"—1:1.5, ,4:05, e:.55, 3:5.5. "Angela"—2:4.5, 5:3.5, 8:35. KIEL, GERMANY (UP) — The West German Senate will meet in Berlin early next year, Bundesrat President Kal-Uwe Von Hassel said today. The Bundestag 'lower house' met recently in West Berlin but this will be the first session there for the upper house. The meeting will be a demonstration of unity between West Germany and West Berlin. London-Moscow Air Tickets Sold LONDON, (UP)—Round-trip and one-way air tickets to Moscow went on sale today at all British European Airways offices. The service resulted from nego- i lations between BEA and the Aero flot Russian airline in Moscow. Passengers will fly BEA to Copenhagen and Stockholm and will transfer there to Soviet planes. Graham's Crusade Gets Surplus GLASGOW. SCOTLAND (UP) Billy Graham's all Scotland cru.s- ade last year yielded a total of $200,530.48 in collections and hymnbook sales, the organizers said today. Church officials who organized the North Carolina evangelist's six- weeks stand here said they donated $33,600 to the Graham organization lor expenses. The total surplus -after all expenses was $74,82L60, the organizers said. 300,000 "Intellectuals" Are Arrested TAIPEI, (UP) — Nearly .300,000 "intellectuals" were arrested by the Communists in Red China during the past year in a purge of dissenters against Communist ideology, official Nationalist reports said today. The reports said Red China's Minister of Justice Shih Liang announced recently that an average 20,000 arrests a month were made during the year in the "campaign of suppression" of reactionaries. Six Killed In Auto Race Crashes BARRANQUILLA, COLOMBIA (UP) — Two drivers and four spectators were killed Sunday in two crashes during the Barranquilla-to- Cartagena auto race. Colombian driver Antonio Cure was killed when his car went out of control and careened into a group of on-lookers. Four spectators were killed and several others injured. Tlie other accident took the life iif Pancho Pepe Crocker of Venezuela. His steering gear apparently failed on a curve, and his car swerved into a bank. TKCIINICAL "HAT" — .Sen. ,lohn W. Bricker. aijove, who will head Ohio's delegation to the GOP National Convention in '.5(5. has been named "favorite son" candidate of the Buckeye stale. ArtAially solidly behind President Kisen- however, Brickor's nomination is made to satisfy primary election 1 a w re(iuirenicnts. (NEA TelephotoV Huron Youth Now At Coast Guard Base Four Injured In One Car Mishap Struck Pole Wire HURON. Dec. 1!) — William Dcnoel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Denoel, is now at tlic U. S. Coast Guard training base, Cam;) May, N. J. Out of a class of 1)4 students, "Bill" was the only one to tiualify to be accepted. Yoimg Denoel will be coming home this week-end to spend Christmas with his parents and brother, fOlmcr Hider and Mrs Hidcr and daughter. Patricia. Mount Rainier is the third highest peak in continental United States. Four men sustained injuries when a car driven by Santiago Garza, 23. Gibsonburg," left Route f) just west of Venice Saturday night and hit the guy-wire of n service police, the Bay Bridge state patrol reported. According to the patrol. Garza I was driving west and lost control of his car on a curve. He received a compound fracture of the right leg and was taken to Providence Hospital by Bertsch ambulance. Passengers in the (Jarza car receiving injuries were Albc'-t Castillo, 19. Woodvillo, laceration of the head; Ruben Ramirez, 20. Woodville, bruised right leg and Steve Garcia. 17. Woodville, possible fracture of the pelvis and right leg. The injured passengers were taken to Providence Hospital by the patrol. Castillo and Ramirez were treated and discharged. Garza and Gaicia were reported in fail- condition today. Hotel Rieger Co. Appeal To Renew License Is Set An appeal of one Sandusky permit holder of a renewal denied and a second to face department charges will be before the state liquor board in Columbus this week. The appeal is that of the Hotel Rieger Co. for renewal of its night club permit, scheduled on Tiicsday. Frank Elgart, operator of the South End Grocery, 181P Campst, is to have a hearing on charges of Sunday sale anff xon vlction on that count. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Couple Offers Baby For Sale NEWARK, N. 3., Dee. 19 (INS) — The Identity was soufht today of i Dayton, O., couple's ycarold daughter who allcffcdly was offered for sale In several Newaric bars. The baby—a brown-cyed blonde —presently is In a Newark nursery, M'hcre she was placed by authorities after being taken from a couple who identified themselves as Kenneth and Eliza beth Neuman. The Neumans mid the child was Cynthia Ann Smith and that she was left with Mrs. Neuman hy the baby's parents in Dayton O., last February. Neuman, wanted by Newark po lice on an indictment alleging dc sertion of his wife and children, and the woman who now claims to be his wife are being held on charges of adultery. Authorities said they could not produce marriage license. They were' taken into cu.stody Saturday in a Newark rooming " house by police checking on in formation Neuman had made L series of visits to bars where he tried to sell the baby. MEET ME AT THE RIEGER For A Christmas Holiday Party For Christmas An Organ In Your Home- Private Lessons and Music $4.95 FOR ONLY PER WEEK Traffic Club Has Christmas Party At Plum Brook Members of the Sandusky Traflic Club entertained their wives and lady friends during a Christmas party dinner dance held at Plum Brook Country Club last week. Music was by Bob Montgomery's orchestra. Ladies were presented with gif)^ at the conclusion of the diniier. Members and guests follow: Sandusk.v—Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Millott, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Milne, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weingates, Mr. and Mrs. C. Coffman, Mr. and Mrs. V. .1. Bechtel, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Young, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Breese, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rcck- Inger, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Noill, Mr. and Mr,s. Louis Tellior. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Weston, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Kubach, Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Biechele, Mr. and Mrs. R. Connors, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hoelzer, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ohlemachcr, Mr, and Mrs. W. Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. .(o- seph Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Miller, Mr. and Mrs. L. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kevescly, Mr. and Mrs. i^el Persons, Mr. and !Mr.s. Charles Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lonz, Ralpli Dietrick and Sue Trueman. C 1 e v e 1 a n d— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nicholas, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Blum, Mr. and Mrs. W., Mr. and Mi's. L. Simon, Mr. and Mrs. CJeorge .Spencer, Mr. and Mrs, Alex Me.s/.orus, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Drexler, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Couglilin. Huron—Mr. and Mrs. George Farnoff, Mr. and Mrs. A. Howdyshell and Mr. and Mrs. William Girnik. Mr. and Mrs. J. Riddle and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Englcr of Port Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. George Weber and Mr. and Mrs. T. Sturtz of Toledo; Mr. and Mrs. R. Boyd and Mr. and Mrs. R. Metzger of Norwalk; Mr. and Mrs. W. Sedgwick of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. F. Bostwick of Columbus; Mr. and Mrs. C. Lally of Newark, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Parsons of Fostoria. BE SURE AND HEAR . . . Franklin Shoop. organist in our vicinity lor many .years and managei- of our piano & organ dept., will demonstrate the glorious natural tones of the Wurlitzer every night, 7:30 to 9:00 till Christmas. 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