The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 5
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 5

Sandusky, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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Lodge Aitacked Over UN Action WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (INS) —Sen. WllHam E. Jenner (R- Ind.), has accused United NaUons Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge of belonging to a "permanent •lite" in the U. S. government which he said Is trying to "establish a coliectivist international." Jenner made his remarks in attacking Lodge for not opposing a "gentlemen's compromise" at tiie UN which gave neutralist Yugoslavia a seat on the Security Council instead of the pro-west- •rn Pliilippines. Jenner commented: "The trouble is our representative In the UN does not represent the people of the United States. . . He received his Instructions, and represents only, the permanent elite established within our government by the new deal, whose real policy is 'firmly to establish a coliectivist International, in which the United States will be an obedient province." BEOISTBR STAW-NFWS ! Sftndnsky, O., W«<l., Dee. 21, 19SS Farmers Soon Find Out Question Over Spring Pig Crop WASHINGTON (INS)— Farmers will find out in a day or two whe ther their colleagues are planning to reduce the size of the spring uig crop to any considerable de gree. Agriculture Secretary Ezra Taft Benson has urged producers to plan next year's hog program carefully in order to avoid another market glut next fall. Hog prices appear to be stabiliz ing now after an extremely heavy run pushed them as low as $11 a liundred, but noitiier Benson nor ihe farmers want a recurrence of this situation next year. Special Gift TROY. N. C. Dec. 21 (UP) — Grocer Harry Lewis received special Christmas gift today from lumber yard operator John Hall. Lewis, who has driven Hall to his doctor's appointments, Jokingly said he expected a stick of peppermlht candy for Christmas gift. Hall h^red a candy salesman, who after a long search, found a stick 36 Inches long, 24 Inches around and weighing 35 pounds. Proposal Heard To Save State Interest Charges WCTU Delinquent CHICAGO, Dec. 21 (UP) Cook-co officials filed a tax delinquency suit of $56,139 against the Women's Christian Temperance Union. It charged that the training of anti-liquor missionaries at the society's Evanston headquarters docs jiot make It tax exempt. —• TBO Much Fun Last Night? (Gotay H«artburii Today?) that's the time for TUMSI Lots of us may "let ourselves ^o" at times. We eat too much, drink and smoke too much—then suffer the gassy consequences. But Turns bring relief from acid indigestion in record time. Can't cause acid ,ret>ound. No mixing, no waiting- take Turns anywhere. Get a handy roH today.' So •coBomieol—on(y 10 5! o rod On The spot" Rtll*f For Acid Indlfleition COLUMBUS. O. Dec 21 (UP)Ohio legislative leaders today heard a propoi^al to save the state interest charges on Its 150 million dollar building program for mental hospitals and universities John A. Skipton, legislative service commission director, suggested that the needed money for the program be borrowed from the state Itself. He proposed nuter be issued and sold to the state treasury. The buildig fund would go back into the state treasury instead of to bond holdc However. L. D. puty, state treasurer, told the lawmakers the only money that could be used in this manner was from the state surplus. Mandamus Writ Requests BUG Cut Rates One Cent COLUMBUS O. Dec. 21 (UP)A dayton restaurant owner today asked the Ohio supreme court to order the state Industrial commission to reduce workemen's compensation rates by one per cent a year. John C. Smith, operator of the Brown Derby Sea Food Restaurant, fited— th€—Fequest- £or-a writ of mandamus. Smith's petition contended the commission has a surplus of $1,500,000 in a fund collected to administer its Safety and Hygiene Division. He asked the court to order the assessment discontinued until the surplus is spent. List Changes For Bellevue GE Plant BELLEVUE, Dec. 21—E. P. Anthony, plant manager for Bellevue Lamp Works, has announced two personnel changes. Edward Swartz. Phillipsburg, N. J., has been appointed director of employe and plant-community relations. He succeeds William Lyle. recently resigned to move to California. Robert Wright, who was recently moved here, is now being transferred to the home office organization of the photo lamp department. General Electric, at Cleveland. NAMED TO UP POST NEW YORK. Dec 21 (UP) — Appointment of William C. Payette as assistant general news manager of United Press was announced today. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS For Gifts You'll Give with Pride Let Bertsch Jewelers Be Your Guide So fashionable! So accurate! New Designs by OMEGA lIoW natural that Omega, the world's standard for supreme timekeeping precision, should also set the style in fine watch fashions. We recommend Omega ladies' watches for their breathtaking beauty and their enduring accuracy. left: 14K white gold, 2 diamonds, $145.00 Right: 14K white or yeJIow gold, $115.00 Other models from $71.50, Includini F^d«ral tai. FREE GIFT WRAPPING A CHARGE ACCOUNT MAY BE OPENED AT BERTSCH JEWELERS TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET W WASH. RO JEWELER "L ^>:»9:»^ ROW "^^^I^J^ SAN DU5KY OHIO GIFT SUGGESTIONS! OPEN EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK BUT SATURDAY Girls' Dresses Special! 2.99 Toddlcri' Dr «MM. Your chance to save on delightful little no-iron nylons with petticoats for that heart-itealerl Siies 1-3 In the so loctlon 2.99 Tots' Nylon Dresses with Petticoats! These •re practically a gift to Mother, too. because nylon means easy care, no ironing necessary! Pastel prints, solid colors; 4-6 V2. HalUcrafters TV 148 SALE! 21" Console at a fabulously low price in a wood cabinet — blond or mahogany finish! We will dellTor for Christmas. Give your family one of these new, nationally famous models! Use The LA.SALLE Home Plan— 24 months to pay. For Him Arrow Shirts 3.95 The most popular shirt over the whole country. We have a complete stock of all sizes and sleeve lengths most often sold. We carry PAR. DREW. DART. The man In your Hfp always appreciates an ARROW shirt as a gifti You can never go wrong with an ARROW shirt as • gift. Decorator Gifts FigurenM Splc« Cabinets Salad Sots 97 Win* Gla GIFT SHOP — 3rd FLOOR Table Lamps 2 for 5.00 China Lamps drastically roduced Just in time for ChristmasI Wonderful gifts or to decorate your house for the holidays! 3-way twitches and 28" tall with gold colored metal base and well- weighted so not to tip over. The price includes tho shade. LAMPS — Srd FLOOR i Playtex Party Pants Exquisite nylon marquisette, star-studded and ruffled. Lined with soft, waterproof plastic. Convenient snap • on type. KMP your baby "socially-acceptable" — and socially adorable, loo! Sisos small to oxtra-Urge. 1.79 GIFTS FOR $1.00 Decorator's Pillows for sofa or chairs 1.00 Imported China Tea Cups • 89c 2 Pair of Pepper and Salt Shakers, sets 1.00 Men's Leather Belts, '1.00 Tussy Toilet Water and Lotion, set • 1.00' Child's Bubble Bath • 1.00* Men's Stretch Sox, plain and fancy ••• 1.00 Dorothy Gray Cologne and Lotion, set LOO* Pearl Necklaces, all varieties, 99c* Nylon Panties 99c Revlon Aquamarine Lotion • 1.00* Ladies' Gingham Blouses 1.00 Rayon Panties 2 for 1.00 Coty's Perfume, all fragrances 1.00* Men's Tie Racks 88c GIFTS FOR $2.00 Musical Dancing Dolls reg. 2.50 1.^8 Jewel Boxes by Farrington * • 1.95 Faberge Men's Shaving Lotion 2.00* Men's Leather Wallets 1.98* Fancy Gift Aprons 1.98 Nylonized Slips. 92.40 1.99 Men's Imported Pipes 1.98 Men's Old Spice Cologne and Lotion, set 2.00* Ladies' Gowns of Rayon Tricot 1.99 Orion Slip-on Sweaters, 38-40 2.99 Angel Chimes from Sweden - 1.19 Nylonized Petticoats --^ 1.99 Fancy Head Scarfs 1.98 GIFTS FOR $3.00 Boys' White Dress Shirts, Tie and Cuff Links, set 2.98 Ladies' Hosiery, 4 pr. dress sheers 3.00 Slips and Petticoats in Nylon, 2.99 Handbags, small and large, 2.98* Toddlers' Nylon Slips 3.00 Velveteen Decorator Pillows 2.98 Large French Poodle Toy Dogs 2.98 Dana's Famous Spray Colognes 3.00* Men's Fancy Cotton Sport Shirts 2.98 White Shoulder's Cologne 2.75* MacShore Cotton Blouses, sizes 32-38 2.98 Men's Ties 1.50 You do not have to be afraid about the tie you buy from Lasalle's. We are sure he will like it! Solids, reps, prints, stripes, and all the conservative patterns all men like so much! Ideal for the little extrn gift you want to make to him — and a tie will pUase him! MEN'S FURNISHINGS — STREET FLOOR House Dresses 3.98 Dr« s s e s in beautiful prints by famous manufacturers, well - known for the full cutting from 80 sq. percale fabrics! A practical gift yet one that will be greatly appreciated. Zipper fronts and button fronts in sizes 12-20 and IS'/z to 24 Vi. DAYTIME DRESSES — 2nd FLOOR *Plus 10% Federal Tax GiYC them House Slippers /O) for Christmas Men's Leather Romeos 3.98 SIZES S to 12 Men's Leather Operas 3.98 Ladies' Black Strap Mule 1.98 Men's Felt Slippers SIZES § to 12 AA Ladies' Sheeplined 3.98 Ladies' Printed Satin 1.98 SIZES 5 to f S to 10 SIZES i to $ Gifts that p/eas» Slippers are a family affair Here's a big Christmas package of cosy comfort for the whole family -- all from our grand s«l«e« tion of gift slippers. There's a pair to delight everyone from the moot fashion-conscious to the most comfort-loving ... in many fabrics, many colors. All sizes.

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