The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 7
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December 21, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 7

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Most Dangerous 78 Hours 01 Year Face Motorists COLUMBUS. Dec. tl (INS) » The "most dangeioni 7i heiirs 0f the year" start In « few day* (or Ohio motorists. Al least tliat's what Coi. George Mingle, Ohio highway patrol super intciident, called the upcoming holiday weelt-end. It may be the season of good will toward others, «aid Colonel Mingle, but "the Christmas holidays arc among the most dangerous (or motorists." Dfccember usually has more highway fatalities than any other month. During the three - day holiday week -end of Christmas. 11154, there were S.'j persons killed in Ohio traffic. For the month the toll wa.s 203. The official holiday period. Mingle -said, extends from <^ p. m. Friday to midnight Monday, • span of 78 hours. • • • "If history repeals. It will mean rieath on the highway.s to many persons." warned the colonel. "The patrol expects to have every available man on traffic duty over the Christm,as holidays. •'However, it will be up to each j driver to accept his responsibility; • -patrolmen cannot .sit behind each ^ wheel." "j"-*^ REOlSTER.STAP-Mt^S ?|| ' flsnantkv, O.. frf«.. f)»r. Jl. High Court G«ts Assault Cas« COLUMBUS. Dec. 21 (INS) — iThe criminal assault conviction of Norman Richard Springer in, the Mercer-co courts was admit- 1 ted to review today by the Ohio I supreme court. j The c 0 u r t dismissed tlic Springer appeal on constitulioual grounds but agreed to review the circumstances as a matter of ' public interest. I Springer was sent to the Mansfield Reformatory on a charge of, criminally attacking a Iti-year-old, Celina girl in his car. MILADY BOUND— These month-old minks don't know it, but they haven't too long to live. By the time they are seven months old, they will be turned into pelts for mink coats. They're being raised at a mink farm near Onomowoc, Wis. I Harbors of northeiii Norway. — i; abo\e the Artie C'irclr. are Texas was named by Captain j named the country Texas from I ice-free throughout the jear, , ~ . - - warmed by the northward drift (e Leon. .Spain sent him. in | the Comanche Indian term "te- 16P0, In found a mis.sion and heijas.' which meant "friends." of the Gulf Stream. Commiiiee Meefs Here Tuesday On Promotion Plans Xepresentatives Of Bnsinewses To Benefit Slated For Session At r. of C. Office. An elpven-member committee enmposed of representatives of businesses which benefit from Sandusky's lourLst influx, is to meet next Tuesday, at .3 p. m. at the Chamber of Commerce office, to map out a tourist promotion plan. The work of the committee will ultimatclx bp presented to the full membership of tourist business for action. i Named on the working com-' mllUcp, with l_he—coBwniHec lo name its own chairman, is Iloberl Baum. Petei" Kramer. Dr. C. E.| nussell, Heib Aiist. Captain Ray Rem.\', Lairy Landoll. Don Meng.: Everett fleeves. Vernon Co.\. Captain £. E. .James and Leroy Feiden. At the session of the group Tuesday, the tourist promotion' discussion also centered on lengthening of the tourist season here whicli now extends from Memorial Day to Labor Day. The extension would be to cover five months, e.vtending beyond Labor Day and prior to Memorial Day. Atembcrs also approved the form of listings in the 1956 tour- i.st directory. Grasshopper, Crickets Growing At Record Rate By JOHN BOOTH W.\SH1XGT0N (INS)—Americas grasshopper and mormon cricket papulation is growing at a whopping rate. Damage caused by these pests will again be in the tens of millions of dollars in 1956. While exact estimates on total damage forecast for next year are not readily available by the Agri-| culture department, preliminary fi>{ures .show that the grasshopper and mormon (lickol will spread to more than 20 million rangeland acres in 16 states next year. This compares to the six million acres forecast in the 1955 preliminary estimate. Affected stales next year will he A r i z o n a, Calitoi 'nia. Colorado Idaho. Kansas, .Missouri, Montana .Vebraska, Nevada, New Mexico Oklahoma. Oregon, Texas tJiah W 'a -liington and Wyomina. Here's A Practical Last Minute Gift Suggestion for Someone in the Family So light, so tiny .. .it can be worn in a woman's hair, or dipped to a necktie HBARINO AID .nly »135 • liiiigiUbit ((only an! Oipindabilily • Opeitlts id Onlf tbtut lt( i *(ek « Niv, Hi|hly (HviMt Dimi'Sizi iiiphoni lO-Pay Maaty lati GuQrafl>««, Di&mond Specialist ROBERTS Jewelers (iraduate Gemologist 124 E. Market Si. A gay Clirismias-wrappedl box ol" fifty Dutch .Master!! to bring richer smoking plsasuic <o any man long aiter the holidays are o%ei. For those "Ust*minute" gifts... See yow tobacco dealer who will be open late to serve )ou. He has a choice selection of many appropriate gift items, so you can consolidate all your last-minute Christmas buying. And, remember, for the men on your list, there's ^, no finer gift than milder, better-tasting- Dutch Masters Cigars'" The luxury gift for trial special man... twcnty-five Dutch Masters Crowns in" their own handsome glass humidor to keep them a'ways fre.sh, at home or in the office. The perfect answer lor (lo many men . . . gifl-wrappcd cartons of 5-Packs...fi\e individual fMckages of five cigars each I •These attractive h«liday-wrapp«d Dutch Masters are priced to fit every budget hi pardners! BOOTS All the Way from Texas Sizes up to 12 5 95 6 .50 Sizes 12^2.3 Hustle on in to see our Western Round up ol rough h' ready boots to work or play in. "HOME or FLORSHEIM SHOES" CLOSE BOOT SHOP 160 Columbus Ave. MANHATTAN . X iMl 2 • MANHATTAN FOR HIM ONLY LET MANHATTAN HELP YOU if you hav9 forgotten someone or just let it 90 for th» Uil — • Manhattan ia ready to help you choose that HE man gift. Manhatttn is gift headquarters for men. And we're open Wedaeeday day, and Friday nlghta till 9 P. M. HATS he'll take his hat off to you, if you give him a Dobbs Hat. If you don't know his size, give him a gift certificate and put in a Miniature Boxed Dobbs - - Hat free for the asking Formal give him % Dobbs H im a gift certificate $10° $20^ JEWELRY the unu.siial in jewcliy liy Swank will plca.^c him—they rt -ally looV; li!-;e c.-'Uector'.'; ilcm.s -- cuff links, cuff sets, key chains, tie bars and olhcr ^\ $8 items Sport Shirts Hi and—6m men's sport shirts—made by A«_. , „ are a real gift he'll enjoy, in cotton, rayon, wool blend, all washable in patterns of stripes, plaids and prints. See some of the Continen- to 50 tal styles, too. Dress Shirts Como in and select a dres.^ shirt. White snd colors, including broadcloth and oxtord cloth—in tab and pin tab collar. And don't forget to sec the Ivy League, spread and round and regular collar in Champagne, Mint Green. Coral and other high shades uiiitr 111 «...ii<ijiip«xiic, mini $3.95 $5.00 For thai Fo;mnl Date Manhatt.ui ha.s tor you TuxedM in soft-finish, year-round weight fabrics.. 50 AiTow Shoreham pleated full dress shirt*;.. $6»95 Beau BrummelTiex $1,50 Swank Formal Cuff Lin'K and Shut 50 $5 So;;k.«, Shoet, Siarts and Cummcibund Sets. too. SLACKS Mayfair, Varsity Town and Charles Meyers are namea beat known for a pair of slacks all men like. Flannels, tweeds, sabardmes, splashweaves in regular he-man styles. We have many fabrics ijo theCC O^ktoft^OO'^ Ivy League style, too ^W»T J ^ IT.T^ SOCKS Socks by nationally known Interwoven. This is one gift ht'll like— whether it's stretch .socks in ankle or regular length, cotton, rib, lisle or sport — we to CI have ttient /^C ^1 Cotton argyles are ^] Wool argyles are ^2 BEITS Belts in a good assortment of popular widths and every siiie—in groy, blue, brown, tan and CI C A to C C black leather .«^l.dU GLOVES For warmth and style gloves are a most acceptable gift. Genuine pigskin $3.95 $6.50 Fur lined leather $9 95 NECKWEAR .Neckwear with the traditional names of Beau Brununel, Arrow and Donegal. All the new narrow trim styling in stripes, pattei-ns and plains. If you haven't seen the new square end tie, ask us to show it $1 50 $5 Stretch Belts in color combinations $2.50 to you. SUPPERS For that comfortable evening at home, get him a pair of Bedroom Slippers by Evans or Daniel Green. They're made of good leather and neat on the and ROBES PAJAMAS Famous for make and pattern arc Enro P.J.'s A wide variety for Mr. Him in cotton flannel, stripes and plain colors. a"'*'**'".*"'*.'""*' $3.95 $8.50 If he's the lounging type, get him a pair of lounging P.J.'s in nylon, pima cloth or ^° $13 95 LUGGAGE Everyone travels somewhere and HE can use a Sanisonlte 2 suiter, V.I.P.! ease or quick tripper. We carry Samsonite luggage for the ladies, $19 50 $25 He'll love a robe that only such firm.s as Duiitnar. Sia(e-0- Maine and Pendleton can make. .A sure-fire Chritilma.s gift tor that man in your life .. to J25 SWEATERS Headquarters for Sweaters—that's what the men of Sandusky say about Manhattan. Such styling and variety. Slipovers, button fronts in orlon, l^oCl^ OQ wool blends, dacron ^>J.TJ .9l*ff.T;j BOYS' SLACKS A ;nod selt^ctioii i>f boys' slacks in flannels, gabardinea, sr.r $3.95 '° $8.50 BOY SCOUT Roy Stjout headquarters—if he's a Boy Scout, we have a gift for him. BOYS' PAJAMAS Ho >Ji' pajamas by Donmoor and Ka.\nee are a boy's delight. .And he will look nice in our 95 $3 50 Boys' Sport Shiris DOUBT? •we Hundreds of other GIFT IDEAS are here at Manhattan for you to make that last minute se lection Just tell ua HIS SIZE wa will do the rest Boys' sport shirts like Dad wears including the Coji'vinontdl collar in gabardine, broadcloth and flannel. Knil shins ^2 29 $4 50 in the Gaucho style. Boys' Jackets For dress or play boys' jackets make a nice gift for the little fellow—you're own or some$11.95 $17.50 THE MANHATTAN CLOTHING CO.

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