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O., M««., I»ff. U», 1955 COURT HOUSE $13,928 For City Fran Sales Tax; Coatf Get* $17,547 9Hy ot Sandusky receives $iS,99B.79, and the county, $17,- f4T.i9, from allocations of the •t«te'« sales tax furtd, Ihrougll warrants received from the slate tudlting department by County Auditor Gerald G. vSchweinfurth, the latter reported toda>'. Total amount allotted Eric-co li $38,547.99, and is for the quar- tef-annual period ending Dec. "1. Other distributions from the fund Inelude $4,079 .61 for the nine townships, and $3,515.52 for the gevan rlllage.s, each an apportioned sum from the combined tOtJi. Checks for di.stributivc ammmts are being mailed. KlPUBUKOSTERRtlCH 29 K-C Sponsored Annual Retreat Ends On Sunday COLLECTOR'.S STA.1»P— This new Au.stri«ii .''(amp honors .stamp collccloi.s. I( shows a young phlialt'lisi rx/tmining his album. Violol-i)ro\\ n, it was designed by .lospf Sognor. A small surrhargp will subsidize work of Austrian philatelists. C/tif /SHep THXtmr TRIAL OPENS Jury trial opened today in common pleas court before judge James L. McCrystal in the personal injury case hroUt ,ht by Ann Dlsbrow, against the New York Central Railway System. Sandusky office, for judgment of $5,000 on second amended petition. Original petition had sought $2,500. Plaintiff's action is based on • collision between a switch engine of defendant and an auto ill which she was a passenger, driven by Lucille L. Watson, in,. , , February. 1954. resulting in var -i''"*" Edwards and baby, Vickery; lous bodily contusions and abras- i -J^^'ter Lacoursc, Ml Huron- • av: Danny, Richard and David Nims. 1805 David War- PROVIDENCE HO.SPITAL has discharged Bernice Ai-m-i strong, .311 E. Market-st; Mrs. Elmer Miller, Route 2; Vincent Fegclc, Huron: Mrs, William Stewart and baby. 60!) E. Marketst: Mrs. Santo Giardina and baby, 222 Perry-st; Michael Dennis, 2011 Haye,s-av; George Co.stcllo, 1012 P"ourth-st: Anna Moore, 1006 Warren-st: Mrs. Emmett Ryan, 2121 Milan-rd: Clinton Mc- Cuilough, Vickery: Miss Elizabeth Tritschler, 1220 Oshorne-st: Mrs. ions to plaintiff. Mishap occurred at the defendant's railroad crossing on First-st. opposite Farrell-Cheek Steel Co. Defendant is chart'cd with various counts of negligence. ACTION IS SETTLED Adjustc ^ and settled by parties out of court and dismissed by Judge McCrystal was r .e $20,000 personal injury action instituted by William A. Schaefer, 1017 Columbus-av, ajiadnst Clo\ce Franklin Hedges, Bowling Green. Plaintiff, p£.-»erger in a car operated by Frank Mackert, suffered what were called "whiplash" injuries to neck and head, when the vehicle was said struck from the rear by one driven by Hedges in April, 195.3. ner, Berlin Heights: Louis Dennis, 122012 W, Adams-st: Mrs. Margaret Mossenberg. 717 Pierce- .st; Steven Walton, Wooster; Mrs. Charles Ottawaj', Monroeville: Joseph Koelsch, 1923 S, Pearl-st, and Robert Hilton, Venice. PLAN CHRISTMAS PARTV Erie -co Township Trustees and Clerks Association, of which County Recorder Carl A. Speir is secretary, will hold its annual Christmas party Tuesday, Dec. 29, at 7 p. m., in Oxford Grange Hall, Speir stated today. Alva E, Wade, pdesident of the Wood-co association, and a township trustee for over 13 years, will be guest speaker. He will discuss new laws passed by the state legislature, and the program for the annual convention of the state association to be at Columbus Jan. 19 through 21. GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPI- tal has • discharged Mr.s. Alden Bernard and baby. Port Clinton: Mrs. Arthur Lunt and baby, Put­ in-Bay: Mrs. Frank Hayes and baby 1211, Prospect-sl: Melvin Schaub, Monroeville; Mrs. George Gubb, 1016 W. Jefferson-st; Mrs. Alton Eversole, Route 2; Mrs. John Bacon, 415 42nd-st; Mrs. Nellie Hord, 525 Wayne-st; Mrs, Susie Wolverton, Huron: Mary Louise Shelby. 1219 Milan-rd. and Mrs. Richard Lindsley, 425^ Rockwell-st. ' The annual mid-winter retreat, sponsored by Sandusky Council, Knights of Columbu.s, and with J. E, Kelley, as chairman, closed Sunday morning at Hol.y Angels' Church after which a Communion brpHklast was held. The .successful retreat was conducted by the Rev. Franci.s i'lahert.w a Passionist missionary, who had been expelled from Red I China. I The relieat began Thur.sday ! evening and Father Flaherty opened with the topic. "The 1 Great Conflict," on the Com' munistic ideals and the men, ' women and children of the world i who .suffer for Hie outrageou.s fictions of those who revolt against the Ten Commandments and the philosophy it entails. Friday evening. Father Flaherty touched on "The Great Need." which places man'.s dependence on go\'ernment instead of dependence and faith in God. Saturrtay fvening. the sermon treated on "The Great Rites," the .Sacrifice of the Mass. That is when Christ died on the cross and invited mankind of even' generation to be at his side during Mas.s merely by living, the life of a true Christian through the Ten Commandments. At thej Mass Sunda.v, the subject wasj "The Great Virtue." the love of; neighbor motivated by the love of God instead of for social rea-; sons. At the breakfast. Father! gave his final talk which was an analaysis, from personal experience, of the techniques used by Communists to de.stroy religion, ^ ^ and by untold pre.ssure ^^'hich iPAf IfAn CotYl&f ends in expelling the missionary; ^"" from the land or execution. Father Flaherty feels that if the United Nation* is pressured enough into investigation of Red China for a seat, "pink" evidence only will receive world publica- jtion and thus another Communist nation ma.v lull men of. importance into accepting them in Rural Vermilion Woman Is Badly Hurt In Mishap Mrs. Anna E. HanVpton. 4.3. Thrown From Car Uhieh Went Out of Control on Icy Road. Icy pa\oments were .sjtid responsible for several county tral- fic accidents over the week-end m one of which a \\om;ni was severely injured, nccnrdiiiK to report of the sheriff's department. A car driven by Leilica I'".. Hol)- ei'ts, 26, Loiain, Saturday afternoon along narnes-rd, north of Stanlej-rd, and in \^hicll her 'mother, Mrs. Anna K Hampton. U.3, rui'al Vermilion, was pnss(>n-i jUer, struck an icy spot in the' Kiad and went, out of conlrol, ! The vehicle struck a ditcli and ! threw iMr,s. Hampton lo the ground. .She wa.s taken to Goorll Samaritan llo.spiljil by Fischerj ambulance and adniiltcfl I'orj reatmcnt of a peUic frjieture,! Hci- conclition loda.s' wa .s do-' Isciihed a.s "jioor." Mr.s. Robei't,s was repdrtcri un-| |in,iuied. and no otlicr ^•ehicie was! lin\-olvcd. ''• Donaiil Hartenfeld, Sandusky, Enrolled In Mexican Collece CHRISTMAS OUT WEST—A saguaro cactus becomes a Christmas tree in sunny Tucson, Ariz. Transformation is made with the help of three girls in various degrees of "western" dress, eagerly decorating the cactus with bells, holly and gifts. HAPPIER NOW — Eleanor Powell, once billed by Hollywood as "the world's greatest lap dancer," is now a Bible teacher coriflucting a religious 'I'V show for children in Los .\nKolcK, Cal. She denies planning a movie comeback, saying she's happir'r now as Mrs. Gleiu) Ford, working with chiUlrevi. than she was working in movies. Railroader - - - (Continuer: from Page 1.) Close Agency Gets Insurance Contract DEATHS AND FUNERALS MEXICO CITY, Dec. 1!) - tl cial lo The Register-.Slar -.\cwa) Donald L. Hartenfeld, SOB of Ml. and Mrs, E .11. Ilnrlenfeld, Ml .!a kson-sl. Sandusky, has joined the increasingly popular fall nilgra- llon to Mexico City College, thr onlv American liharal arts college south of the Rio Grande. Thi.s term (here are Tii.') men enrolled and 19!» women. Looking out over Mexico City, site of the ancient Aziec Empire, and across to the snowy slopes of the famous volcano Popocatcpell, the college is a combination of Mexican murals and American campus chatter. Hartenfeld graduated from Sandusky High school, attcridcd Heidelberg College and Kent Stale University, rind served four .\ears In the ir. vS Air Force in Berlin before coming to Mexico ril>' College, where he is majoriu.i; in foreign trade. At the same time he is gaining an idiomatic inftstery of Spanish and becoming' fj^mlllar with Latin American cu.stonis nnd culture. By (J S W«iithei Burenii i Wednesday Rites For Roman Ott, .iumpcd a curb and hit a tree, lUSUraUCe l^OUiraCl demoli.slni.g his .scflan, 'cvenir;^ with a cold wave to- Mr, Halsey was tai<en to the ',-|,p board of commis-: night. The low bv morning will hospital in a loos ambulance'^loners at Mondavs meeting • range from zero lo five above having received a broken right awardi 1 a three-year contract, near the lake and zero to five D • 1 11 u n u ^^^^ lacerations, head and on low bid. for insurance cover- below inland. Continued cold on officiating. Bunal will be in Oak-; i^nfjy i„iuries and a possible frac-; age on 109 county-owned, elec- Tuesday with increasing cloudl- iand Cemetery. u \ro{\ .skull, , Irically-opcrated voting machines ness and high about II, Police said tlic s<'cond car was to <)ic .A, C. Close \gency, for; Islands. Reefs and Sandusky ERNEST LEMKE heinu driven l)y Daniel Vogel.-a total premium of $1,350, Com-, Bay: WN winds under \^ mph PIrnesI Lemke, 68. 208 Boalt- If). 828 Ca,stalia-st, with ills fath- mission Clerk B. K. Howland|this evening and variable winds st, a retired employe of t.hp L"n-. er, ion Chain and Manufacturing jCo.. died Sunday night at his home. He was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Church. Surviving are four daughters. iMrs. Ralph Prince. Birmingham: the council of nations. The f,g |P Knights were urged to live alriers' Association, true Christian life so that those! survivors include three daughters, Mrs. George Michaux, .Mrs. Roman L. Ott, 73. well-known resident of Sandusky, living at 1417 Carr-st, and a retired city mail carrier, died in Providence Hospital Sunday morning after a lingering illness. He was a life-long member of. , _ , , St. Mary's Curch and was a mem-'^'^ Sandusk>': four of the National Letter Car- and Dr. E, fl. Vogpj, as pa.ssen-|has reported. I gcr. Neither was injured and' Coverage is for the total valu-. on Tuesday. Ihoir auto escaped damage. They:'''^'o» of "^P machines whichi colder with told police that the car's dircc-i'' S'^'^" ''t $1S5.828..=50, Howland at' tional liglils were working the time of the accident. Mr. Halsc.w a i-esidcnt of 408 said. The Insurance is f (fr dam- by fire. under 10 mph late tonight and Partly cloudy and a cold wave by Tuesda;, mornijig. Temperatures on the lake will range from 4 to 8 degrees early Tuesday and Mrs. Karl Tommie Black, Mrs. Alfred Goodrich-rd. was employed 'as a and Mrs. Kenneth McNutt. brakcman Sandusky. Friends may call at the Quick! CarliFuneral Home after 7 p. m. Mon-i , ^. ^ . J, . iGundlach; one son, Paul E. Ott, !day, where services will be at: •'^'Tif^'if ^/'n not the dreams advertised by the Ig,j ^ Sandusky; 13 grandchil-;8:30 a. m, Wednesday and at 9: Briar-co Sportsmen s Club, who ^^•aver will see by example that theirs is the only way of life that makes for real peace, and Alton T. Young and Mrs. by the Nickel Plate grandchild-! Railroad, He was born .July 12 ren: two brothers, Reynold. Cuya-| 1924 in Stalesburg. Va,. and was hoga Falls, and Paul. Norwalk,'married .Jan. I. 104!) in Gallipolis a .sister, Mrs. Charles Hand, to the former Helen Nichols, lie was a member of the Bellevuc Baptist Church. .Aloose Lodge, egion and Green Communists. CONFERS WITH STRAUSS dren; iman, iers. besides his widow fresh from five da.vs of rest and relaxation, dug into government '• business today, starting with a MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HAS conference with Chairman Lewis discharged Leo Rheinmiller.i L. Strauss of the Atomic Energy: Huron: Douglas Scavio, Route Lj Commission. Mrs. Mary Buder, 70.5 Pierce-st: one sister, Mrs. .1. E. Her-ja- m. at SS. Peter and Paul; Surviving Sandusky; and two broth-i^^hurch, the Rev. .John Lehmkuhl,'are a daughter. Deborali and son. Charles 'ott Cleveland'"^^'^'^''"S- Burial will be in St.Thomas, at home; niotlier,'Mrs, GETTYSBURG, P.V, Dec, laJHeigbts. and Lawrence Ott, Peru, {Mary's Cemetery (UPJ - President Ei^^enhower, I Mr, Ott was preceded in death' •by his wife, the former Cecelia age or loss su.'tained storm, vandalism, etc. both in-! eontinued rather low with ice dividiially when machines are in making temperatures all day use at voting booths, and when Tuesda.,. Tuesday night and they are collectively in .storage., Wednesday. — j Sunset today ,5:04. Tuesday 7:,53, sunset .5.04: Barometer at -11:30 a. in,, 29,80 rising, slowly. Temperal.iirc 23, rising jry slowly. High Sunday 28, low this morning IC. One\ear ago the high was 30 and low 20. Record hiph for this dale was 61 in 1887; the record low 11 below zero in 1884. Fires (Saturday) 5:40 p. m.— to home of Lois Smith, 611':^ N. Depot- Kt; overheated oil stov*. .No damage. (No. ,5 company,) 7:30 p, m.—lo 1312 Cen- tral-av; squad.) Charles Carroll, 120,5 Columbu.s- av; Sandra Lee Jividen, Route 2;1 Mrs. Anna Delbo, 734 Perry,-st; Miss Mary Wood, Vicker.v-; Mrs. Betty Blake, 1501 S. Forest-dr: Mrs. James Stark, 1110 Milan-rd, and Mrs. Ralph Young, Central-av. CLEAR-CUT FARM ISSUE WASHINGTON, Dec. 19 (UP) Rep. Harold D. Cooley iD-NO conceded today that Democratic efforts to .estore rigid hi.^h farm price supports next year wUl 1516' 2 1 fail. Hettel on Nov. 30, 1931, and by ;,;a daughter Rita, in 1918. Friends may call at the Fre.\ Funeral Home after 7 o'clock this evening, where services will be at 8:30 a. m. Wednesday and at 9:15 a. m., at St. Mary's Church, with a nephew, the Rev. Carlton Ott, chaplain of Mercy Hospital. Toledo, officiating. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. The Holy Name Society of St, Ro- PROBATE COURT Schedule of claims in estates \ of Albert H. Sekle and Catherine C. Glora. Will admitted lo probate in estate of Newton .1. Wild. Inheritance tax delerminalion In estate of Carl J. Borchardt and additional tax determination in estate of Wade W. Dauch. But he says the move will provide a •clear-cut" farm issuelMary's Church will conduct n^u-if ^e Assemblv for next year's elections. {sary devotions at the funeral |(.|^,^ . • THE TOURIST PROMOTION. _1 'home at 8 p. m. Tuesday. i^nurcn, to program of the Chamber of Com- g^.R^^p EXPORT AT RECORD ! merce will be discussed at a; n PVPT Avn n..^ IQ , J^S ,_;.MRS. FRANK E, BODEN Yeagen Boden, , . , i CLEVELAND, Dec. 19 meeting of busmessinteresswho:steoi magazine said todav that I Mrs. Glencora benefit from the tourist dollar, at! -"^ <- MRS. VIOLA YOUNG Mrs. Viola Young. .5!). widow of Walter, died early Sunday at her home, 1121 E. Parish-st. Surviving are two daughters Mrs. Frank Scott, Toledo, and Mrs. Otice Simpson. Sandusky: ^ five grandchildren and five-greal- graiidchildren. Friends may call at the Charles .1, Andres sons' Funeral Homo beginning at 7:30 p. ni,, .Monday j^jj and until 11 a, m. Tuesday after' 1 which the body will be taken to, of Jesus Chrisl rest in state until ser-^ jvices at 2 p, m,, the Rev, Ben jFitzpatrick, officiating. Burial will I be in Oakland Cemetery. 10:16 nam-St: Sciuad I. Bo.s.sie Halse.v. MacArlhur, W \'a.: two sisters, Mrs, Lyiniclli Davidson, Bellcvue. and Mrs. Ku-{ gene Gill, Huntiimtnn. W. Va.,J nnd two brothers, .losse ;in(l John.' l)0lh BcUcvuc. He -was )ire- cedixl in death by his father. Br.,ant. in 1041, Friends may call this evening at the Foos Funeral Home, The l)nd\' is In he taken to ['rinceinn, •'^ehool W. Va,, for services and burial. 1 vided emergency, (Rescue (Today) a. m.—to 514 Put- emergency. 'Rescue Forest insects and disease account for more than double the losses ut ined from man-caused fires each year in the deslruc- Cveness suffered by our forcsls. Parishioners - - (Continued from Page 1.) INCREASE IN SALES Increase of $8,511,92 in weekly sales of city and vendors' tax stamps, and 22 in the number of purchases, were reported for lastj week over the one before byj a meeting scheduled for 3:30| p. m. Tuesday at the Chamber ofi Commerce office. in will 167. 727 Meigs-st, wife of Frank ^„ of this'^'''""^"'^' Cleveland, died Satur-| , ' '^"'''^ U. S. CIVIL SERVICE COM- mission has announced examinations for positions of machinists, toolmakers, sheet metal workers and welders at Army and Navy installations in the Louisville, Ky., area. Information and application blanks may be obtained ai the postoffice from Alex Douds, local sccertary. RALPH more steel and scrap iron be exported by the end ..^ year than in any other period \n\'^^'^ evening at Good history, including 1937 when ihospital, war-minded Japan was a top customer. T>IE IN LEBANON FLOOD BEIRUT, LEBANON, Dec, 19 'INSi—At least 90 persons were killed over tJic week-end when the river Ahnuali in northeim Lebanon overflowerl and finofled the town of Trijinii. In ndrlilion, hundrerl.s of poi'sons were report- teachin jed mis.sing. UNV7.IL CAR OF FUTURE DETROIT. Dec. 19 (INS) — General Motors today unveiled what could he .\mcrica's car of Samaritan: Lisa Anne Noel, infant daugh- jler of Mr. and Mrs, Chester .Noel. Surviving are a son, William Cjll^'' Decalur-st, died early Mon- Miami, P'la,: a daughter, Mrs. Os-i^'ay- car A. Lavine, Sandusky; four! Surviving in addition to Ihc .grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs.|parents are three sisters, CJail, Elsie McEldovvney, Cleveland. She Judith and Karen, at home: was preceded in death by a son, grandparcnls, William .A.ddis, M.vron, in 1941, .Jackson, O,, and Mrs. Maude Friends may call at the Charles I Noel, Portsmouth and grea'/- Mrs. Sadje .lour- Tailored Housecoat DIETRICK OF Sky Deputy Treasurer Ralph J.;Tours, Inc. today reported the Roesch. Total stamp sales during first flight of an ice fisherman to the past week amounleri to $37,-;tlie island area. He said tlwl the 979,54, on 233 purcha.scs, as coin- J angler retuined with 65 pounds pared to sales of $29,467,62, on of perch. Ice is approximately 231 purchases reported for the toui' to five inches thick, but: Open previous week, 'firiving is not permitted to date, I according to Dietrick. SIXTH LARGE TREE 1 Party tonight—Free coffee SA.NDLSKV HHUi scH()OL 85-;^ cookies -ThrilLs for young mcinlicr a cappella ihoir, Ihroiigli •' " Director Harold C. Kaulman, has Hlid old. tomorrow: The Firebird, II, an experimental gas turbine, four-l-I- Andres Sons Funeral Home aft-;gi'andmothcr, pas,senf,er fa.nilv obi as sle^k as er 7:.30 p, m, .Monday, where ser-iuey. Portsmouth, a ,iet and bulging with new; vices will be at 1 :,S0 p, m, Wednes- 1 Graveside services will ho automotive i(ehs, ;day, the Rev. Theodore Stellhorn, jTuesday at 2 p. m. at Oakland iCemetery, the Rev. William Mil- TODAY'S LOCALS ler. officiating. The Frcy Funeral Home is 111 charge of arrangements. Tonight Till 10 P.M. Electroiux Sale.s & Service. Plan lo attend our Christmas Phone 7973. Sixth large and decorated Christmas tree to have been set up in the coui't house is the one offices of County m ofticcs ot (_ (Hinty Engineer.issued reminder that it will o"'er r^;yj.^3m:^Y Bcll A\'e M. W. ncchhergcr. -Is L2IUI annual Christmas concert ' ~ Un Senior High aiiditoriiini Tiiesdav. BLAME TWO E.MPLOVFS 'j^.^, ^,|,^ ,.„„, Thursday, Dcr. :;2. Dec. 19; Laucas- LANCASTER. PA.. (UP)—Dr. Oscar Davi.^, i-nm <i^-: i,. ter-co medical flircctor, disclosed,(j,,,,, Sunday night that two cmplo .vesj of the Queen Dair.v v\eie found to be infected v\itli llie p .ira- tyjihoid fever wliicli has felled I 193 persons in this are ;i ;il H |). in,, v\ith licKels oht;iinablc; I 'hoir members or al the Old Sandusky Series Cards STRICKFADEN -^"^^^'-^d ^^>' -Eileen's Ongi- Mal.s on Sale at the Bookshop The jLasalles, Den/.ers. Adams Jard Shop & Mildied's i^arty Shop. 1 IN A HURRY? See Jevas & Pouios HOUR DRY CLEANING .VIRS. CHARLES GILLARH .Mrs. Bertha Hecht Gillard, about 80 and wife of Charles, died Sunday in Cincinnati. They v.'ero former residents of San-^ diisk.v, where Mr. Gillard was mccliaiiical superintendent of Sandusky Rcgi.ster on F.. \\'ater-st. Funeral arrangements are to be announced hut burial is til be in Castalia Cemetery. AIRS, ,H)IIN IIA.M.KV. I loi'-ii, 11 jui: I ('(I 1(1 polu'c hilifohl vv;is stolen fr <ini as II Wiis parked 111 I lie faniilv SELL FLORIDA PKOPFRTV i ^a '-^i.^'^ Saliirdav aiteniooii. The YELLOW SPRlNt;s. O., n,-.,. ; liilllnid cuniaini 'd the dnver II- 19, (I.NS)—Anlioch college ol 11- '•^'H-^'"' f' •'^'i'- ai"l •^''-^ llanlev. cials lurr I hu .Miies.Miien todav but no inoiiov. The R.'iraue and to sell one of Morida's he ^t- car were not locked, she said. ( known landmarks- -t!ie Siiiiii.-c .,,,,.„.<•,-„ .x-" roii.T OK Shopping Center- to a sviKlicatc AMvAK..M.l) IN ( 01 1.1 OH for over $5 million. "''riy (,, Heare on . ;ir;illic charges prelerrcd b.v Milan 'polii-c and sheriff 's dcparlmciil, 1 rcs |)ecliv 'cl.v, Donald H, Williams, j JO, l .orain. v\,is sentenced to three jNativity Sets, .fo.,!!) up start- full er pieces (2 open slock .sets) fiin T.w- W 'p are now handling a that a jiiip Hi,£;h-Fi Equipment $2.00 up. startin.q as low as' LANGE-ELCHKRT SPP.fl.'i Services \\o\v. were noon at tlic the Rev .1 for .Mrs, Sakie S, held Monda.v aftei- Fre.v Funeral Home, .\. tiriffith. officiat- Pfices stai'tin.q as low as RELICIOUS SHOP MOXROE SERYICK INC. 714 w. .Jefferson Si. Ph. 12IS9 'AYl W. Monroe St. Phone 613 Opvn to 9 P,M, ing Ruiial vwis in Oakland Cemetery P.-dlhears were Russell Welsh- •enbaih. Milton Oliver. Mavnard Rel/ke, (iiMirge (iiieiidelsberecr, Howard Wirtli and .John Kot/, EX-CO.M.MIE TESTIFIES CLEVELAND. Dec, 19 (L'P'-- John Lautner. 44, an e.\-Corii- munist, testified loday in the resumed trial on Smith ,\cl chaises of 11 Ohio ".second siiinu" Coiii- munisls cliarged \Mlh conspiring; to overthrow the gov criimcnt Kn oil tanker ciri can' 000 barrels if ic.vidiial Kiel or the equivalent ol 36,2.51) of coal 1 fl,oil loll'- da.vs in ilie county jail and fined .slillO and cosis fur driir.ken driviir.^, .111 (1 .Ic-'.e C'liiiicli. '.M. rural Cnl- liiw Ivw) (1 ,1'. s ill |;iil. ;iiid $101) .nul (osi,-. 1(11 cliivinL; v\liilc \\\^ luen .vc Is iiiulci- sii ,N |)en'<iiin, according lo Onlv llu' slierili',-, re|)iii I. ,^ 1 Ladies Men 's BILLFOLDS Name In Gold Fi-ee At BURNS & GOVE Jewelers Columbus Ave. ;HANSON'S jOpen dail\' Ethical - Dependable Dilqart TV Service Phone 8143 Day & Niqht Service .S 11 t H I V IS l)i;P.\KTMF,M 11(1 olilt i^liiu enlorc(<iiiciil ;i[:eiuies I'. CI'. ;ilei'le,| Siiiiii.iv l)\ Purl I'lin- Inii aiiihnniu"- lii.'ii H two-lone fi I Iic;in ML' lice iisc ",!('• .•;:"i \\i< , <-iclcn iniin a I'm t Clui um liicaliun .\TTKNT10N ELKS \atiiins Members I'"or New Year's Eve All Tickets .Musi Re OhUiined Vrom .SlevKard At The CUib Bv Wed,, Dec, 21 .st, Ser\ ices for Mrs. P;iuliiie Mc- RFSTAI.'RANT Dcrmott. widow of Kdwar;), u)io 11 AM to H Sli;iipe iiiirsiiig home, will be held al .'i P.M. Closed Sat. Shopper's ^p. ni Tiiesda.v at the Quick special each evening. We ""'" P hi are now accepting roserva- children should be pro- for as well." He also cautioned against let- ling things exist in a community: that are detrimental to children,! "The community must be alert! to ijrcvenl anything arising that; i.s detrimental to children," He lauded the Sisters, by who,-c sacrifices maintenance of staffs is possible. The lay teachers, who are willing to' take lower salaries the paro-^ chial schools have to offer, were also complimented by the Bishop.| P'ollowing the dedication and| address of the Bishop, a dinner was served for visiting clergy and guests in the new school', cafeteria at which the Monsig-j nor Henry .J. P'oran, church pastor, spoke briefly, thanking the contractors and the Rev. Gerald .M. Stein, assistant pastor, for hiss planning in the school addition,He also expressed thanks to; Bishop Rehring, .Asks God's ItlessinfT 'We hope this building will siniid for very many years, and the blessings of God v^'ill re- m.-dn with lis in future years," Monsigiior Foran said. The dedication, an hi.storicalj milestone in the parochial school's history, brings the most modern facilities to the parish! which has experienced an un-i precedenlcd growth in the past] several years. ' The main building of the school, which ad.ioins the new] arldition, was blessed by Bishop! Ignatius llorstman, Cleveland i diocese he.ul. on Sept, 7, 1907 ; Sandiiskv was a part of the Cleveland diocese al that time. \ TRAIN DERAILED BLAIRSDFN. CAL, Dec, 19 I Pi - The Pacific Coaster, a 90- car Western Pacific freight train iwitti a four-unit diesci locomo -i itive. hit a rock 1,000 feel east' of HIairsden eail.v toda.v, derailing the locomotive and 18 cars.: '\o one was injureri BING COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Phone ;{(>89 Western Scrcurity Bldg,. Sandusky Monumental Works no? mm E, Perkins Av«. Phone 1J »9 If seasonal expenses take LION'S SHARE Ih4 CAS $25 to $1000 125 W. MARKET ST. Phone: 5564, SandiLsky Houn: Mon.-Fri. 9-5; Sat. 9 -Jl 12 BENEDICT AVE. Phone: 2-4751, Nonvalk BOUTS; 9-.S except Wed. 9-12 Open evenings by appointment loont mod* )• rnidtnli li nsorby Inwni 111 Dakland Cemeter.v. tion.s lov private Chnsima.s ;partio.s, CAPACITY Phone 2818, re Ki:(.ri.AK Mil riN(; oi iiu: .Saiidu.^ kv SLiiiip Club will start .•il 8 |).iii, .Moiulav III Hold HicKcr. .SKl.KCT XMAS TREES ALL SIZES STRICKFADE.N Open Ni«hts Till 10 P.M. For The • FARMER'S MARKFl' :!!)()() \'enK 'e Ri 'ad Cut Chi'i.stnia.s Tree.s S;i .,"-i() up. Also Potted Tiee.v, Tnni- N'l RSER\ .mings. Cliri.stinas OrnaiiienUs. Full line Fruil.s & Nuts. .Service.- tor IvugiMie wi-vv held Monda.v liioiiiili;^ ,il the Clijiilcs .1. ,\!ulics Sons' Funeial Home, the lUw C. .\ Haiiis, ot- ficiatiiig, lUirial was iii Oakland Ceiiiel erv P;dlbeaici> v< ei e .Mlu^il Ifiiv and London, .loiiii W.ilitnii .lames Dardcii, S, P H;iv .nul hcrl Wood-, Home ol Fine Jewelry' SCHULER The Jeweler ,1 \ijik.-i "-t API'KO-MMATII.V .100 t HIL, dren received '-;ilts fniiii !ci;ilis diiriii,4 I IK- MOO.SC ("hn> p.ii I V Sn nd.'iv 'niion Surplus mil- ;iii(i "iicits" will be presented to nced.s faini- llies in the city. Toys - Oift.s - Tree Lighl.s Is- Stands, Wholf Hardware Hancock & Madison Sts, FOR V O i] R CONVENIENCE STORE OPEN FROM .9 AM. TO 9 P.M. s,inta:^j ^-riL CHRISTMAS. C. A , •,Uvv. GOOD Fl .'RNITrRE CO, Open Everv Evening Ti! .')29 Pl 'TMAN ST. FREE .Jefferson Camera Hoi iPARKING. j 211 W. Market St. HIOI AT .IKKl SALEM .)i:iU SALK.M, Dec HI INS - - lliiiulreds ot deinoiisiiaior> shout iim slogans aeuin.-l the IkiKlidad Pact attempted uul.iv to •toi'in the Shekli Jarah quaiU'r nl 111. .lorilan-lield old cii.v ot .Jciii- • aleni NAB h (LERCVMEN CAIHO. F.CVPT, Dec 19 IP' Kiv 1' Cal holic cicry.v nun (HIP of la.viiicii v\ere ai levied nii,i\ tor pi()(i>s' m._; 1;L;\ pi 111 1 1 loll OI re 11 L' uin - com I,-, ii .IS reported toda.v. | .^ptH ' design for ilic slmhtl.v .. -Iioilcr li'.'tirc cari 'liill .v l.nlorcil ti-'rol)c thai IS perleci lor.vcar 'roiuid wear in apjiropriale l.iorics, pMlterii .No, !!l,'):i is in si /es Wz. I4 'j, Ki '-j. li!'-. 20'-, •S>--j. 24'-, Si/e 14'-. short sleeve. .')'h yards of :i.'i-incli; H 's .vards ol ,)liiuli. for ihis p .illi 'iii. <eiul Vi.> cenis iii I ()|\S. vour iiaiiic, .uUircs.-, >\/v dcsneu, ,uul llic I'.XT'l'i: i; \ .M'.M MKl; (o Sue MiaiU'll Hi :;i ^lcr --sl.-ir .\ivv s ' ;>T2 W t^iiiu>--l. I'lii c .i -o h, l!l Willi M Ml r p .u I cm Ol cii 'i' I lu i IHIC an L'.'i ccnK tor voiir cop> of our l.isciiuiiiim new fall i\ win icr ,1.) p.litem liook riii> latest cdii'ini ol Ba .sic 1-',\SI11().\ coiu.iin,' a v. callli ot Mwv -.Miiipli . up-to-tlie- luiniiie si.vlc--. j -pecial (e.ilmes, color and -^i .v Ic f-'cvv centipedes li.ivc a> ,is IDi) le;^-. '''Ill' coninioii l> pc lias onlv Xrt pan.>; the den varietv, 21 pairs; and -•lu 'CiCb li.iv e as ni:in.v .'Cv lc;^s. J \\ illnni'-i 'iii c \ II Liiiii . iLonoJ i :i iioiioi of Kill- ii .iin ill, lit Kn.i;iaiid. liMllV hou.>c uar- ome 2iiO W il- 1 SPECIAL PRICES Solid Truck Load TOYS Just Arrived for Late Shoppers OPEN TONIGHT AND EVERY NITE THIS WEEK TILL 9 P. M. EXCEPT SATURDAY TILL 5:30 CUSSINS & FEARN 409 E. MARKET ST. FREE PARKING PH. 2926

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