The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 20, 1955 · Page 14
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 14

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Tuesday, December 20, 1955
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Surt^nnlty. O.. Tiifn., Oft. ICS'* Public Opinion Kills Propos<»d City Income Tax F.AST LIVERPOOI.. O., Dec. 20 (INS)—-An Income fdx, i^roceeds of which were to he usee' to iflvc East f.lverpool ritv offirlRls and emplores n waije hike, apparently has been killed by public otjinlon, TIiP .ntiDcH sidetrarkori Icfjis- Istion on the matle Monriny night after more than 200 persons stormed the council chambers to protest the bill. Council in a caucus last week had agreed to pass the wage boost and had instructed fhe city Bolicitor to draft legislation. In the meantime, angry city residents h e „ a n ' protesting against the income tax and I he council members decided to let matters remain as they are lor the time being. What's New Around Washington Synthetic Rubber Study To Halt WASHINGTON. Dec. 20 'UP) The National Science Foundation has recoirmended synthetic rubber re ".i .arch financed by the government be discontinued by July, 19,56. The foundation, in a report by B special commission for rubber research, said government, contracts supporting such research cost about 1 million dollars a, •year. It said the research noi longer is needed. The foundation also recommended that government laboratories at. Akron, Ohio, should be offered for sale as soon as possible. EVriNO THE ATOM Making ready to examine particles within .an atom's nucleus, Stanford Uni\crsily sricniisis make final ad.justment.s to the .55 -ton "eye-piece" of their recently com- ploled nuclear microscope. Although the device does not permit them to sec nuclear particles, it measures nuclear dimensions with an accuracy of four thousands of a trillion of an Inch. Long pipe at left is from 22n -foot electron linear accelerator, which supplies the .550,000,000- volt electrons that probe atomic nuclei under scrutiny. The research project is being sponsored by the Office ol Naval Research, the Atomic Energy Commission, and the Air Force, (NEA TelephotoL By HARMAN W. NICHOLS • * 4> WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 <UP)—In liilii conirested city, the WMhlngton Parklnir As- aoclatien has done something pretty nice. A-.ybody who wants to drive said, let the govornnienl take over collection of all state income taxes, and redistribute the money? Turned out the senator was just talking, not proposing. That was a joke, folks. But it happened here. • * * downtowtt for church can park! The postmaster of the House of In any lot or garage free on Sun j fleprcsentative.s, Map Mrnris. says day. The program will run »a .st|t' mail going out of the House the Vuletldc—from now on. j Office Building is heavier than • • * I usual this Christmas lime. I'ack- The Parm Bureau News l.-^t- age.s and cards and letters back ter reports that if each of .50 home. The incoming mail, for million familie.>3 in our land|some reason, isn't so heavy, serves just a single kraut, pork; • • * and apple dinner, a 100 million-! VIcc-rreslrtcnt Kicharri M. pound dent could be made in the Nixon has a long hand-priiUcd current pork .supply. The sug- letter from a young fry in ^New gestion originates with the kraut' fCngland who said he wished the packers—naturally. vice-president would " a law • • * so we could have school a lot IHaybe yoii never heard of the 'f'"8rr. Maybe 14 months a Our 73rd Y««r of Snrvicn In /nsiirance—Loans— fleo/ Estaie-^Title» Call Us - Tnlepnons 1870 The Erie County Investment Co. 169 E. Wathlngion Row year." Mr. Nixon is giving that one peripophthalmus b a r a b u s u s. Well, according to the Smithsonian Institution, which knowsi "i"''*^ ^^^^ considerable pause, most everything, it is commoniyi • * known as the "mudskipper." de -j ^he American Automobile A.s- scribed as a "pop-eyed aquarium fish that can skip, or jump .sociation has a report from its agent in Tampa. Fla. .\ first Special Award For Personnel At Home RETIRED FARMER KILLED WILLOUGHBY, Dec. 20 (INS) Ignatius Kisic, a retired North Madison, O. farmer, was killed Monday nigtrtr when a skidding auto hit the elderly man as he crossed Hubbard-rd in Madison- tp. In recognition of unselfish service o\'ei' the past five to eight years, six persons at the Sharpe Nursing Home, Waync-sl-, received a special award in the foi'm of a beautiful gold and blue pin. This award created only this year is the means by which the nursing homes profession plans to recognize on a national scale the devotion and constant service being rendered by the nursing personnel of more than in,000 nursing homes caring for aged and chronically ill in the United States. To often the care and loyalty of those persons who serve so well and so cheerfully goes unrecog­ nized and iinapprecialcd, Sharpe Home officials said, The American Association of Nursing Homes has taken this means of showing these servants of the sick and aged that they are appreciated and that service and kindness is recognized. The Sharpe Nursing Home is a member of this American Association and the Ohio Association of Nursing Homes. Those receiving the award are Irene Reidy, Mayme StoU, Violet Krebs, Linda Sfigall. Laura Singleton and Shirley I.,ang. Peter Minuit, who was appointed governor of New Netherlands of the Dutch West India company, is said to have bought Manhattan island, in 1626, from the Carnarsee Indians for blankets, cattle, and various trinkets to a total value of $24, '56 Sugar Beet Hearing Set For Detroit, Jan. 13 WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (INS) — The Agriculture department announces that a .series of hearings on wage rates and prices for the 1956 sugar beet crop will be held in five cities between Jan. 4 and Jan. 13. The hearings are scheduled tn Greeley, Colo., Jan. 4; Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 6; Billings, Mont., —an. 9; Fargo, N. D., Jan. 11, and Detroit, Mich., Jan. 13. Persons who wish to be heard may present testimony at any one of the five places and all testimony will be made a part of the same record. as far as 20 feet. It has two'si'ade school teacher wa.s telling large eyes with an extension oni "'P "'f^' f^'ii'V "bout an ugly top of its head that allows themi ^''o"- " ^"''1- "f mylhical goon. to be raised or lowered at will. Each eye is capable of independent sight. One may be looking who lived under a bridge. She a.sked one tyke to tell her why this ugly old thing would not under water, while the other isl' P * I'^e *^'lly S"<''s cross thej ob.serving out of the water." Youi bridge. The six-year-old said| learn something every day. ! ^'^al ^'^s '^a^-^' 'nccause you * >» j have to pay lo cross a 'toll'' The National Democratic hridge.' Committee received a letter ad-' dressed to "President or S«n. Hord To ScC Why Adlai Stevenson " There was no; p-RKMONT, Dec. 20 - Home of signature, but there was a $5 biir^j^,,^ ^i;,,,^, p,emont route 5, inside. ^ « ^ Iwaa entered by burglars \shile (lie * * ,* family was away for the week-end,' Reporters coverm*: the Jn«nt according to .Sheriff Ted Paul. Only i Congressional Economic Committee hearings on tax policies stopped loafing and put pencil to pad when Sen. Paul H. Douglas, the Democrat from Illinois, started to spiel. Why not, he item taken was a pair glasses valued at $22. of eye Lake Superior, longest of the. Great Lakes, is 350 miles in j length. ! EASY OPERATION anrocHvt design ond tre «iblt *frM ore what you want in a garage deer. Suy Ths "OVERHEAD DOOR"- quality-built, perfMlly bolaneed, expertly initalled, promptly Mrvifedf fACTORY / \ WAREHOUSE FREMONT, OHIO PH. FE -2 -9478 FREMONT-SANDUSKY RD. Remember Doors Are Our Business, Not a Sideline OVERHEAD DOOR GO. READ THE CLASSIFIED PAGES Basalles Sensational Sale! You May Win This New 1956 FRIGIDAIRE giect>Uc HALLICRAFTERS 2r Console TV LAST WEEK WE MADE A FABULOUS SPECIAL PURCHASE OF THIS BRAND NEW, NATIONALLYFAMOUS MODEL! WE BOUGHT ALL THERE WERE TO SELL AT THIS REALLY ASTOUNDINGLY-LOW PRICE! COME IN IMMEDIATELY FOR THE MOST.AMAZING BUY WE'VE OFFERED! We'll deliver for Christmas! Never before such a price for this famous console-TV! 148 CLOTHES DRYER Offers Local Prize in Frigidaire $100x000 Contesf (Model 21K330) Price includes delivery, I-year tube guarantee, 90-day parts warranty, excise tax. m"^ wmmM All with these deluxe features: • No mechanical appearance! • Cascode tuner! • Latest side-tuning devices! • Handsome wood cabinets with sleek lines! • Choice of blonde or mahogany-grained finishef! Limited Quantity, so hurry! NO POWN PAYMENT! LASALLE HOME PLAN gives you up io 24 months to pay for big home purchasesl N l ^l ^^^j^^^^^^ In addition to all tlie prizes offered by Frigidaire f^^^^^^^ in this national contest, Ohio Edison is offering: a local prize which only LOCAL PEOPLE WILL COMPKTK FOR... it's a brand new 1956 DeLuxe Frigidaire ELECTRIC clothes dryer worth $219.95. VOU may be the winner of this dryer, PLUS A VALUABLE PRIZE IN THE NATIONAL CONTEST. So enter now. There's nothing to buy. no charge, and no obligation. Here's all you do: I. Come to Ohio Kdison and see the 1956 Frigidaire electric appliances. 2. Get your ^ntry blank and valuable inl'onnalion to help you win. 3. Tell, in 25 words or less, why you want one of these new "Lifl-lo-Living" appliances. GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK AT OHIO EDISON AND YOU MAY WIN THE ELECTRIC DRYER PLUS A NATIONAL PRIZE including: mmmmm A 1956 Cadillac Convertible ... or a complete New Fsigidaire Electric Kitchen and Laundrv with $2,000 remodeling allowance ... a 1956 Buick Riviera, a 1956 Chevrolet Station Wa^on ... or some of the more than 180 other prizes. GET IN ON THE FUN ... GET IN ON THE PRIZES BUT Bi SURE TO GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK AT ONE Of THESi OHIO EDISON STORES: BELLEVUE SANDUSKY PORT CLINTON OHIO COMPANY 237 W. Washington Row PikonA 125

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