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14 HCOTSTER-STARIfCWS MMflniksr, o., Wed., Dee. it, 1 »SI COURT HOUSE Huron Files Action For Determination Of Value On Und The village of Huron, through Peter Catri, Village solicitor, has filed petition In common pleas court for determination of compensation for certain to be appropriated Huron real estate against Alice G. Bereau, Lakewood; Charles W. and Dorothy Sauders, Lakewood, and 11 others and their lineal descendants. According to petition, the Huron village council passed a resolution Nov, 28, this year, to appropriate certain village premises for purposes of building on it a water filtration plant. Acton is directed against named defendants because they might have or claim to have varying degrees of interest in the property. The court Is asked to make in- *quiry into the matter ,and to set a dale for impaneling a Jury to determine and assess compensation. Application for preliminary hearing has been set for Jan. 16. WIVES SEEK DECREES . Petitions for divorce were filed by two wives against husbands on grounds of gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty. Hazel Kirkland, 1525 Prospect- irt, seeks to be divorced from Clifton Kirkland, Erie-co, and requests custody and support of four minor children. She also asks for alimony, and was granted a temporary injunction restraining defendant from abuse and tres pass. Her attorneys are Marquart and Marquart and Weichel. Ruth Z. Tullos, 2707 Tremper- av, asks divorce from Tyree Tullos, Mendenhall, Miss. The court is requested to grant her posses sion of certain household goods, and to award defendant ownership of a motor vehicle. She is represented by-E<hwd-Wi-Rhode,-Jr. DIVORCE IS GRANTED Divorce was granted by Judge James L. McCrystal to Marjorie M. Smith, Castalia, on grounds of gross neglect of duty. She was awarded custody of three minor children, and the father ordered to pay $40 per week for their support. The court approved and confirmed an agreement of parties as to division of real and personal property, and granted Smith the right to visit the children at certain times. PROVIDENCE HOSPITAL has discharged Mrs. Jack Dawson, Norwalk; Mrs. Mildred Keyser, 431 E, Washington-st; Mrs Wesley Moyer and baby, 1012 Hancock-st; Raymond LaMarca, 1601 S. Forest-dr; Charles My ers, Marbleheaci; Mrs. Victor Rohrbacher, Route 2; Robert LaLond, 5266 Columbus-av; Mrs. William Specr and baby, 210 Hendry-st; Mrs. William Frankart and baby, Castalia; Robert Shoemaker, Vickery; John Brienza, Huron; Mrs. Calvin Hughes and baby, Huron; Mrs. Joseph Waggoner, 910 W. Water-st; William DeMoody, 223 E. Market-st; Kinzo Oatron, 432 E. Washing­ ton-st; Kyle Vogt, Port Clinton; Patrick Sangster, 501 W. Mar­ ket-st, and Agnes Callan, 1015 Wayne-st. MEMORIAL HOSPITAL HAS discharged Mrs. Sidney Harper, Bellevue; Ormand Eastman, Monroeville; Don Hastings, Berlin Heights; Charles Krueger, Route 2; Kenneth Ray Arnett, Collins; Eugene Kilbride, Berlin Heights, and Mrs. Elise Mason, Milan. Record Deaths, Properly Damage In Ohio Traffic COLUMBUS, Dec. 21 (UP) _ The Ohio clpparlmcnt of higlnvay safety said today that in addition to a possible record death toll, property damage in Oliio traffic acciflenLs this year might reach 50-inillion dollars. Traffic deaths through Oclol)er totalled 1,630, a seven peioent increa.se through the same period in 1934. Some 224 highway fatalities were reported in October, the highe.st for any month this year, and 20 percent higher than the number reported in October 19.')4. Traffic accidents involving ,$100} or more property damage amounted to 40.6 million dollars through October, ]9,'5,T. October'.s total damage amounted to 4.7 million dollars. GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL has discharged James Carter, 1505 Milan-rd; Mrs. Donald Pynnonen and baby, 2105 Cleveland-rd; Verrell Overmyer, Plum Brook reservation; Mrs. Leo Warner ^nd baby, U. S. Coast Guard station. Cedar Point; Mrs. Chester Pai-sons, 1114 W. Market-st; Mrs. Leland Lawrence, 2522 Campbell-st; Andrew Rickerston, 912 Shelby-st; Nancy Johnston, 1009 Central-av; Robert Harris, Beyer's trailer court; Mrs. Olg^ Fryman, 410 E. Market-st; Robert Moore, Bay View; Walter Furbay, Huron; Mrs. Wilma Woods, Middletown; Mamie Holock, 1022 Columbus-av, and Mrs. Frances Higgins, 303 E. Washing­ ton-st. ROGER A. NEER, MAR- shall-av, was fined $20 and costs and his drivers license suspended for 30 days when he pleaded guilty in municipal court today to a charge of reckless operation. Thomas Blake, rural Sandusky, was fined $5 and costs for failure to stop within assurred clear distance. Nominate 6 Men As Supervisors For Soil Group REGISTER 181 VEHICLES Title division of the £rie-co clerk of courts department reported that during the past week it issued 181 registrations for new and used motor vehiclues sold to city and coun ty residents by local ^nd area dealers, as compared to 158 such registrations. issued the week before. Last week's registrations were for 63 new and 106 used automobiles, and for four new and eight used trucks. PROBATE COURT Will admitted to probate in estate of Harry Quinn. Report of business in estate of Sylvester A, >Iees. Proceedings to sell rcjal esS^ie in guardianship of Margaret Reed. Administrator's application for extraordinary compensation in es tate of Sylvia Jakes. Application to transfer real estate in esi<ate of Eldridge Pietschman. Inheritance tax determination in estate of George Biecheler. Rams Tree - - - (Continued from Page 1.) trailer parked in the back yard. Seymour said a person was living in the trailer but was not there at the time of the crash. The house had been vacated only Tuesday. The crash occurred while the plane was attempting to make an instrument landing. It dropped to earth about four city blocks from the runway. L. R. Robison, control tower operator at the airport, said he had been in contact with the plane and it did not appear to be in trouble. "Evei-j'thing was normal," Robison said, "We, the pilot checked out on a marker, then about a minute later 1 saw a flash and thought I felt an impact. I tried to contact him on the radio j'ight away and when 1 couldn't raise him, I sent an emergency crew out." Robison said that was the first fatal crash at the airport since the field was expanded and became a major base B'-j years ago. Today's crash was the third major air accident to occur in Florida in the past two days. Monday two air collisions occurred in different sections of the state, claiming the lives of 11 airmen. Three are still missing. A CHECK FOR $30 FROM THE J, H. Routh Packing Co. and made out personally to Sam Stein, presi- den; of Grill Meats, Inc., will be turned over to the Erie-co Council for Parents ,and Friends of Exceptional Children. Stein explained that the check is Intended for Grill Meats, one of the major customers for the Routh company, and ear- mrfiked for a charity or charities. SHERIFF'S D E P A RTMENT reported that despite snow-and- Ice-covered roads in the county, only a minor traffic mishap occurred Tuesday on S. Hayes-av, south of Bogart-rd. COMPLAINT WAS FILED with the sheriff's department by Donald Likes, Force-av, H p m e- ville, that vandals entered his premises Tuesday night and stole a number of colored "Christmas lights" from his garage. Six men have been nominatod for supervisors to be voted upon at the election o£ the PIrie-co Soil Conservation Committee to be held at Milan Methodist Church on Jan. 10, at 1:30 p. m. Three are to be elected. The nominees a r e Robert Deehr, Berlin-tp; George Johannsen, Florence-tp; William Octzel, Milan-tp; Walter Rowland, Gro- ton-tp; Robert Schlcs.sman, Mi­ lan-tp, and Donald Trinlcr, Ver- milion-tp. The three year Ici'ms of Johannsen, Oetzel and Schle.ssman are expiring. Nominations will be nccei)ted from the floor at the time of election or by petition submitted a week prior to the election and containing the signatures of 23 landowners. Only lanclowner.s and occupiers are eligible to vote. Bakers Warned ilERES FIRST MODEL OF EARTH SATELLITE— It's on display at the American Museum-Hayden Planetarium in New York City. Encased in a transparent plastic sphere, the works of the projected artificial moon are clearly visible. Standard subminiature electronic parts are used to show the kind of instruments that may be used in the actual satellites the United States plans to launch within two years. The model, 18 Inches in diameter and weighing 25 pounds, was built by Associate Editor Herbert R. Pfister of Popular Science Monthly. He consulted scientists working on the program. WEATHER BUREAU By fJ S W ««thei Bureau ^ « Sandusky and vicinity: Clear and not so cold tonight, low 18. Thursday fair and a little warmer with high near 30. Islands, reefs and Sandusky Bay: Light northea.st winds through Thursday with partly cloudy skies and freezing temperatures. Sunset today 5:04. Sunrise Thursday 7:53, sunset 5:04. COLUMBUS, Dec. 21 (IN.S) —| Barometer at 11:30 a. m., 29.67, Ohio bakers weju warned today: unsteady. Temperature 19, ris- that they have until Jan. 1 toj ing .slowly. The high yesterday eliminate artificial yellow col-; was 19 and low this morning 16. oring from bread. j One year ago the high was 24 A law to that effect became! and low 13. Record high for effective Dec. 8 but an exten-| this date 62—1949; low seven sion was granted for bakers to| below in 1901. Winter com- use up existing wrappers. supplies and mcnces officially Thursday, Dec. 22, at 10:12 a. m. TODAY'S LOCALS Deaths & Funerals JACK F, DUDEN Jack F. Duden, 36, a welder at the Erie Ordnance Deport and World War 2 veteran, died unexpectedly early Wednesday at his home, 1514 Prospect-st. Mr. Duden served as a sergeant in Squadron B, 1303rd Army Air Force base unit. Transport Command, and was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Surviving are his widow, the former Phyllis Koerber; a daughter, Phyllis Jacqueline, at home, and his mother, Mrs. Adah Duden, Sandusky. Friends may call at the Quick Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Thursday, where services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday, the Rev. J. A. Griffith, officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery, For The Best — FARMER'S MARKET 2900 Venice Road Cut Christmas Trees .$1.50 up. Also Potted Trees, Trimmings, Christmas Ornaments. Full line Fruits & Nuts. WINNERS IN CARD GAMES at the Knights of Columbus home Tuesday evening were Mrs. William Munce, William Werner, Mrs. William Bercher. Mrs. Frank Burke, William Dining, Mrs. Katherine Kingseed, Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. R. Waterfield. MEMBERS OF SCIENCE Lodge, No. 50 F. and A. M., are requested to meet at 8 p.m. today in the Quick Funeral Home to conduct Masonic services for William Harrison. West Big Three Lace Russia In UN Over Japan UNITED NATIONS, N. Y., Dee. 21 (INS)—The U. S., Britain and France blasted Russia today for linking Japan with Outer Mongolia as a "package" for the admission of both or none to the United Nations. U. S. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge rapped Soviet delegate A. A. Sobolev for seeking to trade Japan against the Mongols and said: "It is altogether shocking to witness this crude attempt to link Japan with a geographic i\h- straction like Outer Mongolia. "Before another year goes l)y, Japan will be admitted. 1 predict the Soviet Union will feel the full blast and effect of world opinion in short order on tliese vetoes of Japan." Huron Pair Notes 15th Wedding Date WALT'S LUNCPI & CARRY-OUT Choice Beer & Wine. Open 10 A.M. to 1 A.M. Home-Delivery. Open Christmas. Phone 3887. At Monroe & Vine Sts. Electrolux Sales & Service. Phone 7973. BEE'S RESTAURANT Open all day Thursday with open house. Clo.so Xmas & Monday till 6:00 P.M. When you think of Matcli Games or Practice Bowling. BOWL at BOGERT'S Ladies & Men 's BILLFOLDS Name In Gold Five At BURNS & GOVE Jewelers Columhus Ave. SANTA will call at your home Christmas eve at reasonable rates. Ph. 2968J. STADIUM DINER will be closed Sat., Sun., Mon., Dec. 24, 25 & 26. FOUR WINDS RESTAURANT Open daily from 11:00 A.M. to 2:30 A.M. Except Mondays Will be open Christmas Day Serving Dinners from 11:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. Route No. 2, Bay View IVIRS. BERTHA GILLARD Mrs. Bertha Gillard. wife of ! Charles, formerly of Sandu.sky but in past years a resident of Cincinnati, died there Monday. Surviving, in addition to her husband, are two sons, Ellsworth, Emily City, Mich., and David, Cincinnati; four daughters, Mrs. Claris Fisher and the Misses Margaret, Helen and Dawn Gillard, all of Cincinnati; four grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Louis Amolsch, Sandusky. Fi-iends may call at the Lutz Funeral Home after noon Thursday, with services there at 2 p. m., the Rev. John Colburn, officiating. Burial will be in Castalia Cemetery. Very wide assortment of Bowlin,!^ Bags BOWL at BOGERTS AFRICAN VIOLETS Gift size. Ph 990-R DICK'S, 2;-i09 Columbus Ave. li;u-rison Gulf Station at Hancock & Moiu'oe will be closed all day Friday due to clealli in Familv. SELECT XMAS TREES ALL SIZES STRICKFADFN NURSK'RY i Open Nights Till 10 P.M. Til Don't U )Y \\vi to liave your Servicos for Ernest Lemke were held Wednesday morning at the Quick Funeral Home and at SS. Peter and Paul Church, the Rev. John Lehmkuhl, officiating. Burial was in St. Mary's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Albert and Willi,am Hartley, Ross Ransom, Thoma.s Beat, Ralph Keller and Alfred Lawrence. Services for Mrs. Glencora Boden, wife of Frank E., were held Wednesday afternoon at the Charles J. Andres Sons' Funeral Home, the Rev. Theodore Stellhorn, officiating. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jack Gardner, John Theirie, Sam and Joe Artino, Dennis Dilts and Howard Roche. Services for Mrs. Katherine (Von Kitzen) Broderson will be held at 1:30 p. m. Thursday at the Frey Funeral Home, the Rev. car WM.slicd for Christmas at!; the C^uick Car Wash, lOrJHJ M;irlm IM. Opon from 8 A.M. to (i i'.M. Kic'liard Belsan, officiating. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery. All Toys Satin-dav sold will Tuosdav rcccix'e 20'; We will el to ;]0% DlSCOll.\'T at FIRFSTONE STOIIFS 919 W. Washiii,!;t(>n St. IN A HUPvRV.' See Jevas & POUNKS 1 .HOUR DRV Cr.KANlNG in >c. iM p. \'. cin.^o at 2 P.M., Sat., S;it., Dec. :n. lOMK LAlJNDfiY U Ila \-i 's Ave. Gift Cerlific;itc-s for anv amount. Heinrich Custom T;iiltn-s. ;SA\!n'SK\' LUMBER &! :Sri'!M.V will he closetl Sat-iman. urd:!\- foi' the Chiistmas Ih'lidav, also Tuesday & WediH\s(!:i\- for Inventorv. Services for Roman L. Ott were held AVednesday morning at the Frey Funeral Home and at St. Mary's Churcli, with the Rev. Carlton Otl, 'I'oledo, a nephew, celebrant of the solemn requiem Mass; the Rev. Leo Welch, was deacon, and the Rev. V. J. Vogel, sub-deacon. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers w e r e Lawrence llohler, Clarence, R;di)h, Lenus I and Paul Ott, and Edward Her- Dulles Reports To Ike On W.Europe Defense Status WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 'UP) —The status of Western Europe's defenses occupied President Eisenhower's attention today. He summoned Secretary of State John Foster Dulles to an afternoon conference for a firsthand report on last week's meeting of the North Atlantic Treaty Council. The President and Dulles also might discuss administration plans to ask Congress for $4,900,000,000 in foreign aid next year—alrnost double the appropriation for this year. Dulles was reported to have discussed the increase at Paris, The President and Mrs. Eisenhower completed plans for celebrating Christmas at the White House and waited for news of the birth of their fourth grandchild. Their daughter-in-law, Barbara Eisenhower, was at nearby Walter Reed Army Hospital. The baby was expected soon. ''Rock/' Castellan! Reported Missing By Sandusky Owner "Rocky" Castellani has been kidnaped; Relax, you fight fans —the "Rocky" under discussion is not the No. 1 contender for the middleweight crown, but is a 5- month-old tan Boxer (dog, that is) belonging to Ross Borgia, 520 Taylor-st. Borgia, who used to box quite a little himself, but hung up his gloves in 1950, named his puppy after his famous friend. After all, the "boxer" pun was too good to pass up. The dog was reported missing Sunday morning, and anyone who has any information about "Rocky's" whereabouts, please contact Borgia. Borgia and Frank Basilone will be the guests of Rocky (the fighter—not the dog) at his Jan. 4 bout at the Cleveland Arena with Frank Fullmer. After the fight Castellani will spend a week in Sandusky as the guest of Borgia and Basilone. M a y b e "Rocky" can find "Rocky." LOCAL and TEIEGRAPH MARKETS Sfocki & Bonds STOCKS KEEP UPTURN NEW YORK, (INS)—The stock market madfe another start today on the widely anticipated yearend rally and selected issues advanced a point or more. At 11 a. m. the Dow Jones industrial average posted a gain of $2.50; the rails were up 19 cents; and the utilities were 17 cents higher. PRODUCE CLEVRLANn (INS)—Stocks ILstcd by Fulton, Rfid & Co. Latest salcji: American Tele 178V« Avco " Chesapeake & Ohio .'J.V'^ Cleveland Elec Hum 38 "4 Firestone 77 '/< General Electric 5.')'/4 General Motors 4fl','4 Goodrich 79'4 Goodyear 63'i Medusa 74 National Gypsum S2'i Ohio Edison fiO'i Ohio Oil 331,3 Republic Steel 48'^ Scott Paper 07 "i Sohlo 471,2 Toledo Edison ii ^'/a West Virginia Pulp 40'i Whirlpool 27 rn Youngstown S 6cT 37',i Bid Asked American Crayon 10 18 Barr Rubber 8V2 11 Erie HesLstor l .'iVa Rand TDevelopment It Northern Ohio Tele 28 17 V2 14 31 Ford - - - (Continued from Page 1.) iiiiw li,iiu!liiii.', ,1 tiill OHIO WOMAN. 102. DIES HAMILTON, O., Dee. 21 (INS); —Mrs. Margaret Jane Derlkson died Tuesday at the home of her nephew. She was 102 years old. Too Late To Classify irlOIT kUO FOUMP LOST: Pair men'# beige trouiicrs, •ize 36. Left in downtown •tore. Reward. Phone 3546. HURON, Dec. 21—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Habick, Ohio-sl, enter- ; tained recently in observance of line ol tiii ;li-lM l-.qiupini'nl their 15th wedding anniversarv J pj.j^,..^ Four couples, friends since 1940, were among those invited. as Eihipti — D«p«ndsbl« Dilgart TV Service Phone 8143 D«y k Night Scrric* Present were, Mr. and Mrs. .slarliii", UN liiw MON'in^K SKIJVICM-: 1,\C^ George Souslin, Mr. and Mrs. Paul „, ^, , Cole and Mr.ana Mrs. Hohert 'f'- -^'"'i'"^' ^l- ' ' ^ Cole, all Norwalk; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miller, Lynhurst; Mr. I FOR V0 1M\ ("0:\ \' and Mrs. Hobe.l Power, Lima; | , p^,,,., STOIM" ( ) I > f.' V Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Habick and; ^^^^^ 'M. ( ) 1 (• s Mrs. Merrit Silcox, Norwalk. k 'iii!i[)k'U' lino of lumio made Xiua.s faiiuu'.s. Assorloi,! Bril- iks, Ivibhoii, llai'il [)ari>' nunus, ; laU-.s ill) ymir uhuin boxes. .Alsii 111 balKs v'v Salloa I'ul lini'iirloil John Mack Is Named Toledo Co-Chairman .lolin T. Mack, former .SanduS- kiai\ and assisiant brancli ninn- ager of the Union Cential Lite Insurance Co Toledo, todiy had ; been apiXJ -witect a I 'o -i 'liairm.i.'i flu)Ci)-| with Robert Coder, also .)f 'I'olo- serve actual control of the company for the family. The registration statement did not reve,al the price at which the stock will be offered. This will be announced a day or two before the stock goes on sale. However, a $5 per share per value was listed for the stock and the maximum price was stated at $75 per share. The actual sale price is expected to be less tli,an this. The company disclosed, in the registration statement, that during the first nine months of 1955 it arned $312,200,000, or $5.85 per share on the total stock issue under the reorganization plan. Dividends paid during the first nine months of the year totalled ?78 COCOOO, or $1.47 per share on the total outstanding stock after the split. This w,as by far the most profitable period in the company's history. In 1954, the company's earnings totalled $227,800,000, or $4.31 per share. The most profitable previous year on record for Ford was 1950, when earnings totalled $260,300,000, or $4.93 per share. In that year the company also p^aid out its largest dividend melon, aggregating .$96,700,000. The company revealed that during the first nine months of 1955, its sales totalled $4,042,600,000 representing 1,901,150 passenger cars and trucks. In the same period of 1954, sales totaled $3,184,300,000. The total capital and earnings retained in the business as of last .Sept. 30 was $1,840,000,000. The registration statement reveals aggregate direct salaries in 1955 of $21,000 each for Henry Ford II, president of the company, and Ernest R. Breech, chairman of the board. 'n addition, Ford and Breech are to receive $136,000 of 1954 supplemental compensation if earned. Next to these two, the liighest salaries are $270,000 for Theodore! t). Ynlma, vice-president in charge of finance, and Lewis D. Crusoe, executive \ ice-president in charge of tile car and truck divisions. TI.e Ford consolid;Ued balance slieei shows total assets as of Sept. 30 ut $2,483,010,5.50, of which $1,144,191,895 represented plant and equipment. Among the assets listed was .1 :512,233,312 in marketable securi- lies, principally of the government. NEW YORK (UP)— Noon stock prices: AUis Chalmers 65',i, American Can 4.'i% •Armour & Co 17','4 Bendix Aviation 54'i. Bethlehem Steel 163 "2 Chrysler Motors 87 Coca Cola 1243,^ Columbia Gas Corp 161/4 Dupont 224 Greyhound Corp Gulf Oil Corp 87'/g Lehigh Portland 78 V2 Montgomer.v Ward 94 New York Central 43 Pennsylvania RR ^^''t Radio Corp 45 Va Richfield Oil 78 Ser.rs Roebuck 36'4 Sinclair Oil 5«ro Standard Oil Cal 8034 Standard Oil Ind 501'B Standard Oil N .1 151a Sludebaker Packard 10 '2 Texas Co 118'a U S Rubber 49^8 U S Steel 57 V2 Western Union 21 ^j, We.stinghouse Elec 60',, Wheeling Steel 49Hi Furnished by Bache & Co. Admiral 21 Case 19 Cleveland Elec Hum 38'i Dow Chemical , SS^a General Tire 62 ',2 Glidden 381,2 Intl Paper Ill National Cash Reg 301 /2 SheU eZVo Standard Oil Ky 55 la Sun OU 72 Thompson Products 53^b LIVESTOCK Waldock Packing Co., Dec. 21 CATTL« St CALVES—Top price! paid for c«ttl« and salves •very day Phone 150 if you hav« fat cattle ready for market and want our buyer to look at them HOGS— Steady, 160-180, .$10.5011.50; 180-230, $11.75; 230-250, $11; 250-300, $9.25-10; 300-400, $8.25$9.25. Roughs $6.50-8.50. LivMtock wclfneo and paid tot upon arrival Prevailing prices paid on day of delivery No hogs received on Friday and Saturday No yard- ag» or commission charges CLEVELAND LIVESTOCK CLEVELAND (UP)— CATTLE—150, .slow; steers and heifers, prime $22.50-23.50; ch $20$22.50; good $18.50-20; commercial $16-18; utility $14-16; cows, top beeJ $11-11.50; comemrcial $10.50-11; utility $9-10.50; bulls, ch butchers $15-17; commercial $14-16. CALVES—150. steady; prime $26$28; ch $22-26; med $18-22. SHEEP & LAMBS—300; steady to strong; spring lambs, ch to prime $17.50-18.50; med to good $17-18; sheep $2-7. HOGS—300, steady; yorkers 160180 lbs $11-12; mixed 180-230 lbs $12.25; 230-250 lbs $11.50; med 250300 lbs $9.75-10.50; heavies 300-400 lbs $8.75-9.75; pigs and lights $9.25$10.75. CLEVELAND PRODUCE CLEVELAND (UP)—Homegrowers market: APPLES— Bu. baskets cartons crates 21,2 inch Red Delicious $3-4; Golden Delicious $2.50-3: Cortland. Jonathan, Mcintosh $2-3; Baldwin $2"2..'i0; Cortland Jonathan Mcintosh, Stayman 16 qt. baskets $1-1..10; Golden Delicious $1 25-1.50. CARROTS—16 qt baskets topped and washed mostly $1. LETTUCE— Greenhouse 24 qt. basket* 75c-$l; film wrapped $1.15$1.25. MUSHROOMS—.'intfl 20-22':, ONIONS—Dry yellow medium 50 lb sacks $2-2.25; cartons of 12 31b film bags $2.25. PARSLEY—8 qt. baskets cufly and root $1-1.25. PARSNIPS—8 qt. baskets 7.5c -»l. PUMPKIN—24 qt. baskets 75c-$l; per lb 2c. RADISHES—Baskets reds bunched 24s greenhoUvie 50c-$l. SQUASH—16 qt. baskets butternut $1-1.25; Hubbard per lb 3c. TOMATOES— Greenhouse 8 lb medium $1.75-2.25. TURNIPS—8 qt. baskets topped and washed white 65-85c. GRAIN FUTURES CHICAGO (INS)—Grain and ioy- bean futures opened irregular today. Wheat was VAC higher to lower, corn V« to ^i,c up, oats unchanged to lie higher, rye Vsc lower and soybeans '.ic lower to :>,ic higher. The prices: WHEAT—March 208 ','4 -208; Msy 203% -','2; July 1931i. CORN—Mar. 128y»-129; May 132132','8; July 134'/4-i,'2. OATS—March 65Vt-Va: May 64%- V4. RYE—March 118',4-',i; May 1191183,4; July 1161,2. SOYBEANS—New. Jan. 237 >i- 237; March 240 li; May 2401 /4IV3; July 237 V2; Sept. 227','2. Rural City Mark«ii nUA't rARMBRB ARB oAlO LOCAL Boot Grade A large white 48e Grade A large brown 48c Grade A medium 41c Small 360 Elerators WHAT rARMBRS ARB PAID Central Brie Bapply A Blevator Wheat t 1.93 New ear corn 1.60 Shelled corn, No. 2 $1.12 Oats 62n New soybeans »2.15 CleTeland Eggs. Poultry Prices to retailers including US. grades delivered: A large white 60- 65c; brown 61-63c; med white 54-57c brown 51-55c; small A white and brown 38-44c; large B white 53-56c; brown 53-55c. Prices paid delivered extrae mln. 60 percent A quality large white 49-53c; brown 50-51c; medium white 47-49c; brown 45-48c. Prices paid at farm in northern Ohio areas for No. 1 quality—Fryers 2','2-4 lbs 171,2-20c; hens, heavy type 20-23C, mostly 20-22c; hens, light type 10-15c. TOLEDO GRAIN TOLEDO (UP)—Cash grain ©n track Toledo rate basis nominal: WHEAT—No. 2 soft red $2,04-2.05; soft white $2.09-2.10. CORN—No. 2 yellow $1.21-1 .22. OATS—No. 2 white, 67-68c. SOYBEANS—No. i yellow sa.24- $2.25. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (INS)— HOGS—Salable 14,000; 25c lower; early top $12; bulk $9.50-11.75; hvy $9.25-9.75; med $9.50-10.75; light $10.25-12; light lights $8-10.75; packing sows $8-9.23; pigs $3-8.50. CATTLE—SaLible 11,000; steady; calves salable 300; choice and prime steers $21-24; com and ch $15-21; yearlings $15-24; heifers $13-22.50; cows $9-12; bulls $10-15.25; calves $15-26; feeder steers $15-19; stocker cows and heifers $8-10. SHEEP—Salable 2,000; steady; ch and prime lambs $18-18.75; com to ch $15-17.75; yearlings $10-15.50; ewes $3.50-7. Detroit Motorist To Face Jury NORWALK, Dec. 21 — Edgar Williams, 33, Detroit, was bound over to the Huron-co grand jury by Judge Robert J. Vctter on Situation - - (Continuec from Page 1.) had been "torn to ribbons" after it had been ripped from the flag staff on the wall of the U, S. compound. The American, Turkish and French consulates all were stoned on Monday. Four demonstrators were killed during those disorders by Arab Legionnaires who were called in when police failed to stop the rioting. The funeral of those four set off Tuesday's violence. Not In Buildings Mobs gathered at every consulate in the old city, forcing the lowering of flags to half-mast. The rioters "lowered" the American flag by bending the metal flagpole nearly double. None of the demonstrators entered the consulate buildings. The evacuated diplomats began transferring their families into Israel Tuesday night. An authoritative report said the Israeli government had granted the request of William Cole, U. S. consul-general, to permit all Americans to cross into the Jewish stale if the situation worsened. Red Cross - - (Continued from Page 1.) much it means to their son. They said that it people realized how Tuesday when he entered a plea; easy it is to give blood and how Seamen Battle--- (Continued from Page 1.) nu .\t '.s. kiiuLs. I'ackud 1 t.) 5 lb. (li). to complete plans f')) Fcjun-: (ier's Day. | Mack and ((uier wi 1:1 aiul another was overpowered and forced into a cell to "cool off." The third and smallest of the trio proved the lesser problem for police as he gave up )iilk. Popcorn charge of arrar-.-meius and aided the officers near the Firet (Today) 10;55 a. m.—to 418 nam-st; supposition of (No. 5 company.) 11:05 a. m.-to lOuO block Hayes-av; supposition of tire. (No. Z company.) Put- fire. FROM 9 A..M. ) 1» I'M UNTIL CHHI-STM.A.S. C. A GOOD FURNrri'iu<: o(V .529 PIJT.MA.N S'i', Kiaa' PARKING. hoxr.s. (I ill \via |)i )ini^. Call \'i )Ui' orilci'.s (.>;ui\', Piickiex'.s Cont'i'i'tionorv il'Jl! Cohimhus Ave. Ph. 5tV2^^. 1 be , , , , . end of the wild scuffle, in which Nuts Heaiili- ' ^'''"nl'or: y.,ij i.peeived a : of Commerce F.,nndoi's I);iy b.<n-,,„.i,i_,^.f, ankle requiring medical ^'^^'^'1 . .^i'lt „i,,t. latienlion. The F.uin.KT's Day b.cmnet is Wmqlin E. Sleeker. 19. Detroit, similar lo the Sanduskv ,l,ivtuos' Hichard D. Holupka, 25, War-l "Oiitstandin'^ Vount; .M;in uf the reii, were bolh charged with re-j Year" dinner. of guilty to a charge of second degree manslaughter. Bond for Williams was set at $500 and he was remanded to county jail. The grand jury is due to convene on Jan. 4. Williams according to Monroeville Police Chief Jerrold Menery, was driver of a car which crashed into a building beside Route 20 on Dec. 10, killing one of the passengers and injuring two others besides himself. The defendant told the jurist that he may have lost control of the car due to smoke from marijuana cigarets which the passengers were allegedly smoking. BULLETINS CHICAGO, (I\S) — The National Safety Couuril estimated today ^60 persons would die in traffic areidents during the Yuletide holiday. SANTA will fall hoivie Gliris\hi;i> reasonable rate ;il your ai 1)1. •uii;" 1 ilPIXG TIILS AD. Good For .<,).(M) X' ^:)M For Old Rikc, ()v S.'vMO (^11 An\' Trike. SANOrSKV OYC^l.F. CO. 320 \V. Market St. ATTKN1) COMMKM K>IV NT MONHOFVILLK. Der. Mr and Mr.<. W. under and dair^hU'i' .-isting an officer and disorderly conduct. They were each fined $20 and costs and sentenced to :!l--:!0 days in jail. Theodore E. J. Alex- Williams. 23, Mount Sterling, O., Joyct'. '."i ohariiod with disorderly conduct Fiilion-st. drove to .Am^ola. Ind., j was fined $13 and costs, wlu'ie ; son of the foi mer, Roberl' When sentenced, the only com- E. Alexander. pai'ticipated in luent from Stecker and Holupka eoniiiieneeinent exercises al Ti-^w.-i.'^ •H's •j.oin^ he a rough Christ- Siate Colic I mas for us in jail." Cll.^RLESTON, VV. VA., (I\S)~.\ strike by some 7:J5 drivers of the .Atlantic Greyhound Corporation appeared imminent today. A walkout would tie up Greyhound bus operations in 10 eastern and southern states. fast the body replaces it, the Red Cross would have little dif- fLalty in filling quotas when the bloodmubile visits the county. At noon today the Red Cro.ss still needed 30 mord do- nor.s to reach its 125 pint goal for the Thursday collection at the Elk.s club from noon until 6 p. m. Potential donors may register by phoning 4764. Red Cross Headquarters. It has been suggested that a pint of blood would make a good Christmas present for an accident victim or someone with a disease like "Tommy" RandaU. faces Jolt Of Life BENTON HARBOR, MICH., Dec. 21 (UP)—Benton-tp Fire Chief llerhert Houghton said today the next person who tries to steal lights from his outdoor Christmas tree is in for a surprise. Houghton said he wired the tree to give the next would-be ihief the "jolt of his life." Someone previously stole 30 bulbs from Houghton's tree. REIDER BLASTS GOVERNOR j COLUMBUS, Dee. 21 dNS" Port Clinton publisher Robert W. Reider charged today that Gov-i ernor Lausehe was the "agent"' of the "bankiiii;, insur.iiiee. and I railroad interests who run Ohio."i BING CO.MPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Phone S689 Western Security Bid*.

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