The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 20, 1955 · Page 12
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December 20, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 12

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18 THE SANDUSKY PCaiSTER-STAR-MEWS Widespread Suffering As Sub-Zero Blizzards Howl Into Scandinavia !,ONOON, OPC. 20 (IP) — Sifb - 7.ero blizzards howliiiK down from Mibrria almost paralyzed ScandinHvia torirt.v. Mas- ii\e siinwstnrius isolalod niHii .v villages and (onk at l<'a.st Irii Victims In Norway and SHodrn. ,.it lire was 23 bolow and more snow jw.is predicted, I Avalanciips were expected in the inoilhern mountains sviiere one per- json lias been killed in a massive I snow slide. Traffic accidents and I freak accidents caused by the storms caused the other nine The rest of l<;Mrope escaped llie[f)pf,(hs. onp woman was killed ncai-record cold, but in Norway.^^hpn struck by a train at a sta- Swrdcn and Finiand .snow iuid icenjon She thought she was .standing crippled Christmas rail and road|on the platform but was on the traffic, no /.ons oi sliips were re-!,now.hidden rails, poned frozen in their docks, proh-j * • * alily until spring. Slnckholni UinWo appeal to residents not to try to use their cars because snow is blockin,G downtown streets and even streetcars are not running Widespread HUfferinit was r ^-i hroadcasi an, )orted throughout northern Europe; )ut Scandina\'ian countries tookj the worst beating. London had its first snow of Ihei winter last night when a thinj Authorities repofted 24 ships in,sprinkle fell around 7 p. m. It' Swedish ports on the Gulf of Both-ip „j(.kiy molted. But heavy frost hit i nia probably will be icebound srolland and central England throuKhoul the winter. Another 3;i„.hcre 31 counties already have! COlTinflUnity WlieSt uere reported Jj-ozen in the ice m.hecn blanketed bv .snow. ' ' Finland. ! r;HRISTM.\,S TRIP CANCKIJ-KD BV DEATH— Dr. Frank Grieder. of Decatur, 111., on ground, is assisted by a passerby after he and bis wife were hit by the auto at right. Grieder died after reaching a |-vospital in Los Angeles, Cal. The fifi-year-old physician and his wife had just arrived downtown from the airport and were claiming (heir baggage when the car .lumped the curb and ran them down. They had planned to fly from Los Angeles to Japan to spend Christmas with their serviceman son, 'NKA Telephotoi Two Children Burn To Death As Mother Shopping NKW YORK, Dec. 20 (INS) -- Two small children were burned to death Nfondny night while their mother was out shopping, Reynard Tlnsley, 2, and his flvemonths-old brother, Roman, died in their unheateri, three- room, ground-floor apartment. Another brother, Jerry, 3, was In critical condition. Fire department officials blamed the fire on an electric hot plat—the only source of heat in tch flat for which the Tinsleys pay $6 a month rent. Glowing wires from the hot plate apparently ignited a blanket. Mrs. Tinsley wa.s away from the apartment for only \fi minutes. The two deaths raised the fire toll among unattended New York children to ten dead in less than ten days. White cashmere is the scarcest wool and most in demand. Open to 9 P. M. Tonight And All This W«ek at CUSSINS & FEARN MERRY-GO- ROUND $1.79 Has bright colorful animal fi|f- urea. 10" hl»h, 11" diameter baae. FREE PARKING 409 E. MARKET ST. PH. 2926 Read ffie Classified Pages The .")00 -ton Finnish vessel Fyl- f sank after ice ripped out its' bcilv but the cheering crew of 14 \vas rescued by the badly damaged | frcichlcr .Inditli Mar.v in the (fUlf of Finland. The f5ritisli ship itself was reported frozen 'like an ice block." San sty Hearing For Rush Today Council Elects; Organize Jan. 4 ; Charles Stark. Register-Star-| News: Ed Zeiher, president of the building trades council; Kar i Kugel. city manager, and ,Iohn| JBird, CIO. Four men have been elected I Parents Fined; Leave Infant In to serve three year terms on the Sandusky Community ^'besti^ C _ _ hAfwi'iCk ^Council and four more haveiwOl, OGv IVIOVie been returned ior three years. In the public balloting, elect- CLKVELAND, Dec. 20 tlNSl— A sanity hearing will be held The tlicrniomeler in Stockholm today for Harvey Lee Rush, who dropped today to 27 degrees below, confessed to Los Angeles police zero and the forecast was for even ((^3, killed a 10-year-old rell ".loe"' Overmyer, Robert:,-,ionths-o)d girl were fined .$25 colder later. In Oslo the temper- ' RoutJi and Jay Wagner. Re-! each Mottrtav for leaving the iturned for three years by votCj^ i„ their PATCHOGL^E, N. Y.. Dec. 20 ed were'Marcus.Kellerman. Yer-j'lNSi—The parents of a 16- car Cleveland girl. Y .M,«« /lr1„Ue 'lar !!;''t /;r '^Hi '^;!!:i "H"''''Ti^"^ unattended In I OUng Adults lO f"^i •^''^^ he made..R.^.- Ap^,_ ^^^j^ Decker,;while they went to a movie. Hold Party Here l^^^^^^^^^^^^ """''^ Jerome p. Levme. 32. and his ™m ^UJTiy «ere iChristmas. Tn organizational meeting of i A^U^^^^ Probate Court Judge Frank J. ,hc Chest Council for ^he 1956 ""^ P'eaded guilty to en... ^ .--.J «r-j„_.,,„,.|dangering the health of a child. Special Program Young Church. Planned For Merrick, who will conduct the tutherans At 7ton hearing, committed Rush to county jail Monday for a psychiatric examination after Rush's tl year will be held Wednesday night, Jan. 4. in the Erie-co commissioners office in the com-t |See 'i a oi house at 7 p. m. Decker, fOun-!f°'^«'f, The United Lutheran Young: sister, Mrs. •ean Rasmussen oficil president, will preside at the Conn., signed a com- Adulis Club of the Sandusky; Bristol, area will hold ils Christmas par-1 plaint. . ti' this evening at 8 o'clock at; Zion Lutheran Church. ^^^^^ Chufch PIdnS Their daugliter, Nina Beth, was one in the car. Police e car window and took the infant to a doctor to be treated for exposure. Mrs. Levine said they went to the movie becau.se they were "tired of staying »t home." meeting. Holdover director.^ on the council include; For two year terms, John Bacon, Frank Buck- A special program has been jngham, Louis Hause. Richarrii — ~ planned for the evening. All! Holazepfel, Judge James Mc-l^acnration ^fnl^n >oung Lutherans aj-e invited loj FREMONT, Dec. 20 — Trustees Crystal. Theodore Seaman, Q i ^ attend and'biing a friend. A spe- of the Gibsonburg Methodist J. Swank, Ross Rutledge. Still rial in^'italion is g)\'en ;o all cf>'- rinirrh lege students home tor Christ-' mas vacation. with one year to serve are: Joel Farrell, Richard Fuller. Mrs. Hilda Lyman, Faber McKenna., ,. , . • j c John Pascoe. Alton Peterson!to ^ report received from FREMONT. Dec. 20 — A Christmas decoration was stolen from a grave in St. Ann's Cemetery, ac- destro.ved by fire Saturday, will meet tonight to discuss Those wTo'attend are request-!P'ff, Insurance ad- ed to bring an inxepensive toy ''s were at the scene Monday ign,, Leiand Welty. for gift exchange. These wiiL^" determine the amount of lossj Ex-offlcio members of then be sent to the Lutiieran which was estimated at more than .community Chest Council arejbeen place by her on the grave of Orphan's Home in Toledo. '';".i .OOO. Louis K. Mahla, radio station: her late husband. Mrs Anna Creager. Fremont. Mrs. theiCreager said the decoration had CUT IRONING TIME ^.TWO-THIRDS Model ftft. Closed- top Ironrite. 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