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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 10

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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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YANKS LOOK AT MOSCOW BALL BEARING PLANT MOSCOW Dee. 2« (VP) • T7 ree American •ntomttion Rpeetiillirtji tonrint the Soviet Industft MM Monday nifht they were treneraliy Impressed by what they have seen. The three re Albert C. Hall, general manager of the research ^laboratories of Bendlx Aviation \Corp.; Nevln L. Bean, of Ford ,>Motors; and W. H. Brandt, en- £^gineering manger of Westing'.•Shouse Electric, they arrived here 'Dec. 7 in an exchanged with Soviet engineers who Hsited the United States. The Americins inspected Moscow's ball-bearing plant, two machine building factories, the Stalingrad tractor works and several engineering research institutes. Summing up their impressions for corresponents, they said they were impressed with the interest, initiative and energy Soviet engineers are showing in the Introduction of automation." "Particularly impressive," they said was the ball-bearing plant, the only one with complete automation they visited. The design of the machines is "very good and packing is quite clever," they •aid. Hall said the library of the In- "ute of Experimental Machine Building included technical books from all countries and expressed request that Americans do not have similar access to Soviet engineering progress. • • • , He said he hoped the visit would lead to the "exchange of ideas" between technicians of the United States and Russia. "Our technical information is more open than yours," he said. "This is the first opportunity Americans have had to see what you are doing." Asked to compare Soviet plants with American, Brandt said he saw "some good spots and something far below U. S. standards." He cited as examples "handling of materials and general housekeeping," ventilation, dust control and lighting. "Some factories are overstaffed," Brandt said. "For instance the assembly line at the Gorki autoworks does not produce anything like our quantity. Where we make 10,000 autos, the Russians make 1,000." The three left for Leningrad by train following the conference. They are scheduled to return to the United States by this weekend. NEI8NB0RIN8 DEATHS AND FUNERALS MRS. THERESA SCHAFFER NORWALK, Dec. 21 — Mrs. Theresa C. Schaffer, 85, died Tuesday evening in her Cleveland home. She was bom west of her on Halfway-rd and had resided in Cleveland for the past 39 years. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs, Joseph White, Cleveland and Mrs. George Guttschalk, Wil- lowlck; three sons, Prosper, Theodore ana Myron, all Cleveland; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Theodore, in 1938. Friends may call after Thursday noon at the Kubach Funeral Home, where the Rosary will be recited at 3 p. m. Services will be held at 9:30 a. m. Friday in St. Alphonsus Catholic Church, Peru, the Rev. Leo Williams, officiating. Burial is to be in the parish cemetery. Lind.sey; two daughters, Mrs. Mcl vin Overmyer,' Fremont and Mrs. Harold Buchler, Lindscy; n brother, a sister, 11 grandchildren, and a great-grandson. Services will be Thursday at 2 m. in the Weller-Wonderly Funeral Home. Burial is to be in St. PfiuVs Cemetery, Lindscy. MISS FANNIE BARTON NORWALK, Dec. 21 — Miss Fannie Barton, 74, died unex- pectly Tuesday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Vaughn, 241 W. Main-st, where she had made her home of the past three years. She was born in Kalamazoo-co, Mich. Surviving besides the sister are a brother, William, Mendon, Mich.; two nieces and six nephews. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon in the Critz Funeral Home, Vicksburg, Mich. The Kubach Funeral Home was in charge of local arrangements. Westinghouse In Yule Mood Despite Strike PITTSBURGH, Dec. 21 (UP) — A holiday mood prevailed among strikers receiving .$100 Christmas loans from Westinghouse Electric Corp. today, but there was no indiciition negotiators trying to end the 66-day-old walkout had caught the same spirit. With $1,257,300 in Christmas loans already distributed to oliK'iljJe strikers and furloughcd employes, PENINSULA NEWS Gypsum Workers Cast Votes Dec. 29 In NLRB Election More Than 200 Union Members Turn Out For Pre-election meeting. GYPSUM, Dec. 21—More than 200 workers of the U. S. Gypsum Company's Gypsum plant turned out for the meeting in the UAW- CIO hall at Port Clinton to hear officials of the United Stone and Allied Products Workers of America, CIO, talk on the national labor relations board election which is to he held Dec. 29 from 6:30 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. The voting will be in the conference room, personnel building at the local plant. I-ewis R. liowry, vice-president of the international union, was the principal speaker. Harold Etchi.son, who is in charge of the ovfinnmnp, campaign for the union and William A. and Larry Lucas, international roprcsontatives, also spoke. Jaincs Jolm Czerwion- thc company began another round [ski and Ilobert Sloboda were se- of negotiations with the two unions i lected as observers for the union representing 55,000 workers on!in tlio election. Appoints Two PORT CLINTON, Dec. 21 — Mayor-elect George Tewers has appointed the Rev. Perry M. Blankenship to a six year term on the civil service commission, and named George Freeh to two-year term on the planning commission. Set Inauguration Of New PC Solons PORT CLINTON, Dec. 21 This city's newly elected officials will be inaugurated on Dec. 29, my Municipal Court Judge Donald Wargowsky at a 6:30 p. m. ceremony in council roofias. An inaugural dinner at 7:30 p. m. in the Island House will follow the short ceremony. Present will be all city officials, their husbands and wives, press representatives, and Judge and Mrs. Wargowsky. Private Harold K. Balduff has reiurned to Camp Gordon, Oa., after a 10 day furlough. He completed his eight week basic training at Fort Leoi\ard Wood. Hcj en tered the service Sept. 27, and Is thv! son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindsley, Route 1, Vickery. Addresses . . . Private Karolc K. Balduff, 52405531. First platoon, Cr .nipony C, M, P. T. C, 8«01- 6DU, Camp Gordon Ga. One of the tiniest hoofed mammals is the mouse deer or Chevrotain of tropical Asia and Africa. About a foot high, the male is hornless but has short tusks. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS MRS. ALVA SENESS BERLIN HEIGHTS, Dec. 21 — Mrs. Pearl E. Seness, 64, died early today in Norwalk Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was Florence-tp and spent her life In that vicinity, being a member of the Florence Community Church. Surviving are her husband, Alva and a son, Rodney, both Florence. Friends may call after 2 p. m. Thursday at the Hinman Funeral Home. Services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday in the Florence Church, the Rev. Donald Scott, officiating. Burial is to be in the village cemetery. Recorder Speir Is Again Named Re-elected By Erle-eo Aa«n. For 23rd Successive year. Erie-co Township Trustees and Clerks Association, at annual meeting for election of officers Tuesday night at Oxford Grange hall, re-elected County Recorder Carl A. Speir for the 23rd successive year as secretary-treasurer. Philip Gasteier, Oxford-tp, was elected president, succeeding Vera Leidheiser, Vermilion-tp, to that office; Edward Haber, Ver­ milion-tp, vice-president, and Howard Bogart, member of the .^executive committee. Former Bellevuean Weds In Columbus I BELLEVUE, Dec. 21—Miss Anne Parker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Parker, Columbus and Ensign Thomas V. Beckley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beckley, EUis-av, Bellevue, were married Dec. 10 in the First Presbyterian Church, Columbus. The bride was given in mairl- age by her father. Miss Charlotte Lutz was maid of honor and Miss Sarah Parker was junior bridesmaid. Other bridal attendents were Mrs. Fred Garrison, Miss Gynth Cummins and Mrs. Clyde Martin. Robert Fox was best man. Ushers wwere Jerry Westenbarger, Richard Beckley, Theodore Buck and Ralph McCoy. The wedding reception was held later in the church parlors. Hostesses wer : Mrs. William Weber, Mrs. Robert Schlegel, Miss Emma Jane Terle and Miss Katherine Rush. The bride graduated from Ohio State University and is a secretary at the Jeffery Manufacturing Co. Columbus. Beckley also graduated from Ohio State and ia serving in the U. S. Navy. MRS. MATIE M. LUTZ PORT CLINTON, Dec. 21 — Mrs. Matie Martha Lutz, 76, a resident of 431 Jefferson-st, died early today in Magruder Memorial Hospital after an illness of three weeks. She was born in Portage-tp. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Allen Dykeman and Mrs. Charles Kreutzer, both Port Clinton and Mrs. Howard Smith, Fremont; five grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Clarence Perry, Port Clinton and Mrs. Clarence Bullion, Betheda, Md. She was preceded In death by her husband, Fred, in July, 1955. Friends may call after 7 p. m. today at the Gerner and Wolf Funeral Home, where services will be held at 2 p. m. Friday, the Rev. John E. Braun, officiating. Burial is to be in Riverview Cemetery. CLARENCE HETRICK FREMONT, Dec. 21 — Clarence L. Hetrick, 75, prominent Sandusky-co farmer, was found dead Tuesday in his auto in front of his home at Lindsey. Mr, Hetrick was preparing to go shopping when he was stricken with a ht^art attack. Surviving are his widow, Minnie: two sons, Robert and Merl, both strike at 40 plants. Westinghouse workers idled by the strike, which began last Oct. 17, have until Friday to borrow up to $100 each without interest in ,a gigantic lending program the firm started to help provide a "decent Christmas." The money, which could total up to 7 miilion dollars, need not be repaid until after the walkout ends. Union Opens Picket Lines The International Union of Electrical Workers, with 44,000 members striking at 30 plants, opened its picket lines to ,allow lUK strikers and others to enter plants to receive the money. In addition to the lUE, the Independent United Electrical Workers union lias 11,000 members on .strike in a similar contract dispute. The bulk of the Christmas loans handed out so far were received at the firm's big East Pittsburgh works, employing some 13,000, where the lUE withdrew pickets Tuesday. The company said 4.218 went in and received checks totaling neai-ly $421,800 and paymasters vyill be on duty again today. The company said its other plants around tlie nation so far have distributed $n3,S,.500. At Sliar- on. Pa.', where Westingliouse op-j crates a transformer plant employ ing 6,000, loans had beeTi distribut-j ed to more than half the strilmig^ and furloughcd personnel. Edward A. Grupp, field examiner of the national labor board, eighth region, Cleveland, will .supervise the election. Approximately 600 workers will cast secret ballots of "yes" or "no" to determine whether oi' not they desire to be represented for purposes of collective bargaining by tile United Stone and Allied Products Workers of America, CIO. A conference will be held Dec. 28 at 9 a. m. in'the office of B. E. Welty, works manager at tlie plant. This conference is to be attended by company and union representatives and their observers, to check the list of the em­ ployes who are eligible to vote in the election. Another meeting of workers has been calle<l for next Wednesday at 7 p. m. in the union hall, 150 Maple-st, Port Clinton. This meeting was requested by the employes. Jacob Clayman, socretax-y-treasurer and executive officer of the Ohio State Industrial Union Council (CIO) will l}e the principal speaker. Lowry also will speak again. No surgery needed to reduce swelling of painful piles at home! LOOKING FOR A GOOD PLATE GLASS MIRROR TO BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME FOR XMAS? THSr ABE HABD TO OET THIS YEAS BUT WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF BEVELED. VENETIA<( AND ON-A-DOOB MIRRORS AT ATTBACTIVE PRICES. BAY GLASS & PAINT CO.. INC. 92S W. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE SIN For Christmas .... An Organ In Your Homt- Priyafrt Lessons and Music FOR ONLY An amazing new, absolutely stainless compound has been developed for the home treatment of piles' torture. Called "Stainless Pazo," it brought instant relief In doctor's tests! Internal and external relief —without surgery! No other preparation offers this proof of results. Here's why. Pazo ONLY STAINLESS PILE KEMEDY combines « medically-proved Ingredients to relieve pain, itching instantly. Reduce swelling. Check minor bleeding. Promote healing. You sit, walk in comfort. Get new Stainless Pazo®. Only pile remedy that won't stain clothes. Suppositories or Ointment «t all drugglits todayl UK I MANTEY'S I OHIO WINES $4.95 PER WEEK BE SURE AND HEAR . . . Franklin Shoop, organist in our vicinity for many years and manager of our piano & organ dept., will demonstrate the glorious natural tones of the Wurlitzer every night, 7:30 to 9:00 till Christmas. We were proud to have our Wurlitzer organ used in th« presentation of the "Messiah" recently. WILLIAMS MUSIC CENTER 428 W. MARKET ST. PHONE 1650 Sudden Pick-up DAYTON, Dec. 21 (UP)—Deputy I Railiff Bill Huffman's car was struck in tlie rear while he was out searching for a car belonging to Cortez Lewis, which he had beeii ordered to pick up to satisfy an insurance dflim. Driver of! the car which struck him was Cortez Lewis. BRINNON CO. 333 W. Market St. Ph. fSt OHior HAUT SAUTERNE Select Your Holiday Table WineH Irom Our Fine Assortment of Light OHIO WINES RED—WHITE—PINK Makes a desirable gift for a special friend. MANTEY VINEYARDS, Inc. VENICE, OHIO ELECTRIC HOUSEWARES 0>l AiitonMitU T««st«r Toatt •! you like ii— ligtii, medium or dark. Eiu«-high toait lift. SriVANS'S MARKET 1614 NtlLAN ''OAD Phone 306.3 BINOCULARS and Field Glasses Priced from 7.95 and Gainsborough Studio SM W. Waihington Row PHONE 323 Service on any Make Washers Dryers Also Small Appliances Only Genuine Parts Used LECOY'S 245 1. Market St. Ph. 227.'? Serving Sandusky and Vicinity over 16 years .11 •Iw^v -'im:-^- vOK'fej Erie County Automobile Club 526 Huron Ave. Sandusky, Ohio At low At $3.00 per week Smith Hardware Co. tlf -22« E. Market SL We're Closed All Day Christmas and Christmas Monday rood Center 8 32 FU LTON ST. 92 Score — High Quality Ba.ste your Christmas turkey with Isaly's lb. rich butter for exceiient results ISALY'S OWN BUnER Weelr-End Special 64 SWISS MAID CANDY $2 ^.89 1 lb. Box *1.19 Also Large Selection CHRISTMAS HARD CANDIES Candy canes, filled stockings, soft cream center chocolate drops. Ice Cream Features: Peppermint Stick Ice Cream 87c - 27c 2' 2 lb. silver foil wrapped box — filled with only the best in as.sorted chocolate covered fruits, nuts and creams Eggncg Ice Cream Cranberry Sherbet' «' 87c 77c - 23c All Available in bulk. 147 Columbus Ave. AUTOMATIC SKILLET A new I'dta in cooking convenience f Glass Cover $1.25 — Aluminum Cover $3.00 CHICK THESE FEATURES: • AuiamatU TamM'siw'* S «l «cior —lets you dial correct lemperature for all foods and keeps lemperature consiant. Settings from 160* to 400*. • Indicator light —goes off when SIcillet ii pre-heated and ready lo use. Located on the end of the handle. • VtriotiU —you can fry, baitc, stew or steam—all with the new Sl(illek • Us* it Anywhvr* —wonderful for use right at the table, in the living loom or out of doors as well as in the kitchen. Your General Electric Dealer in Sandusky SMITH Hardware Co. 216-226 E. Market St. Phone 71 RtAD THE CUSilhED PAGES

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