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NEWSPAPERS Tell The FULL STORY USTKV %% i:.%riif:ii Cloudy weather with rising Irnippratiirps through I-riday, lov tonicht 28. high Friday 38. Founded 1822. Vol. 133. No. 288. Inttrnational N«wi 8crvic« SANDUSKY, OHIO. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1955 United PrPfi Phone 6840 Price Tirm C «iltt WILLARO GETS BIG PRINTING PLANT Duff Insists Toll Roads, If Possible Two-Part Highway Program Urged To Ease Problem WASHINGTON, Dec. 22 1 (INS) Alaska Warmer Than U.S. Areas As Winter Comes CHICAGO, Dec. 22 (INS) —Winter arrived officialLv today but most residents of the «ountr.v agree that the blustery weather that foes with this season of the year arrived weeks ago. A severe cold spell that hit Minnesota Monday has been centered over the far northeast for! Sen. James H. Duff i ^^^.^ ^^.? f''^'^ ! With it a Christmas atmosphere (R-Pa,), called today for a ; that has continued through this Mtional highway construe-i niorning. ', . , ,j I Temperature.s earlv todav were lion program which would, ^^1^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ include toll roads wherever!of New England and New Yorlt. DOS.sib]e ' Messina in extreme northern! " ' ' New Yorlc was the coldest spot- in the nation with a frigid 30 below zero. The warmest was^ Sanduskian Receives SO-Year Service Pin The former Pennsylvania governor, whose stat-e built the first modern toll-supported turnpike, has laid his proposal before ad- mi nistr'alion higluvav planners. Duff declared bluntly that; 1. vS'.ntcs not faced with problems of dense population and highway ci'owding will refuse to vole in Congress for superhighways which would rob them of fofloral aid for local road construction. 2. Existing highways linking the nation's metropolitan centers '»uould not carry "even a frac- Iion",of the populations which Key West, Fla., with a mild 68 degrees. Below freezing temperatures extended from southern North Carolina westward to eastern! Oklahoma, northeast Kansas and' to northeast Montana. I Alaslta, 14 above On the first day of winter, here's how a few places around the world listed the temperature: Guam, partly cloudy, 79;; Wake Island, partly cloudy, 69;! would have to bej-vacuated in, ^ j - da, cloudy, 56; Balboa, Canal Zone, cloudy, 74: Fairbanks,: said this is particularly true in liie populous eastern U. S. into Z Categories Duff said in ati interview that the administration's highway pro- ;nam, now in pi'ogress of revision, should be divided into two parts. Mo said that "whei'e it Js demon- sl.rable that toll roads will pay," '.hese superhighways should be; Alaska, snow, two below zero;! Anchorage, snow, 14 above and Dikson Island, U.S.S.R., cloudy, 33 below zero. Quite warm Pacific air, meanwhile, continued to bring mild Fire Levels Historic Inn Near Boston Made Famous By Loitgiellow Poem; Antiques Lost I SUDBURY, iMASS.. Dec |22 (INS)--Historic Wayside Inn, immortalized by Henry Wad.sworth Longfellow and filled with antiques of un- estimable value, was destroyed by fire early today. The hostelry, built in and made famous in l.ongfellow "Tales of a Wayside Inn." went up in flames despite a two-hour battle in sub zero temperatur(>s by fire departments from a hall dozen communities. The rambling old red inn, where such renowned figures as Washington and Lafayetl e i stopped, was purchased by the! late Henry Ford— m —tb^ late 1920's and completely restored. Tourist Attraction Located on the old Boston post road, the restored inn became one of the nation's foremost points of interest for tourists and| World War 2 travelers from all over the world.' in Franli L. Golden, left, receives his 50-ycar pin for service with the Toledo Edison Co. from Walter Youngs, Fremont division office manager. .HUM- Mifjii iiiKiivx.ivB sijuulu UK, J. ' tu R A *u '.vcars of worklng with utilities, Sandusky resident Frank L. Golden has commuted the financed on that basis—bv tolls!'"^ Kockies and the :4 (Continued on Page 14—Col. 8.) I iom users. Whore superhighways are needed but don't "pay out" lhrou>;h lolls, then federal aid sliould be provided. 'I'he administr'ation proposed last year tha'. its highway pro- Urani be financed thi'ough sale of )onds, to be i^aid off in the future. Now, it is said to be considering a pay-as-you-go plan which! calls foi- higher taxes on highway u.sers. I BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 22 (INS), Duff said there is "immediate"! _An uprising among some units! need lo ease the crowding of; of the Paraguayan army Wed- Paraguay Revolt News Slim; Tell Fight In Capital nia.ior connecling such metropolitan areas as Washing- tun and Hichmond, Philadelphia, New York and other centers. army nesda.y wa.s reported in Buenos equivalent of 12 times around the world, roughly 3 O.T ,000 miles. Golden, time clerk at the Toledo Edison Co.'s Fremont Division office, was honored recently as he completed his ."iOth year with the conipan>-. He roccised his jeweled service pin from Walter Young, office manager, in the absence of Al H ildebrand, division manager, who was seriously injured in an automobile accident in the fall. Ilil debrand and Young are also Sandusky residents. During Golden's 50 years in the Norwalk-Sandusky-Fremont utility territory, he first lived in Norwalk and commuted to work in Sandusky, then moved to Sandusky and commuted to Fremont. For only a relatively short period did he actually live in Sandusky and work there, too. With Wells-Fargo Donnelley In lYuletide Gift ^ Of Industry Chicago Cortcern Branch To Print Phone Directories ': New Biislnc,s.s On Route 90, Fort Ball-rd Tract Expected To Eventually Employ 1.000 Persons. By MRS (I. IE FORI) STAHL R-S-.\ Correspondent WILLARD, Dec. 22 — Cluistnia.s came three days early to this southern Huron-co community. Adults were most jubilant about the early yuletide arrival as it means additional employ- Pliment opportunities and • ivirtual "shot in the arm" for LOSING HIS "SIGHT" — ibusiness in general. -Faj-;^' a seeinR-eyc dog, takes ; Santa Claus arrived in the her master out for the last i r i j I time in Indianapolis, Ind. Fay, I Person of Gaylord Donnel- herself. is going blind. Slie's i le\', Chicago, president of .sr„"T„'=,;;'';i;,'?b™'i!'"?n.s°in I'^e n.^. printms for , As with most utilities. Edison's Aires today. i present Fremont Division was in Thus far unconfirmed re ports U-ealjty a group of small inde- from Asuncion said the rebellion was sparked by' President Gen. Alfredo Stroessner's order for the arrest of a highly-placed member of one action of the nation's dominant Colorado political party. The president of the Central pendent companies just, struggling . to get underway when Golden started at Norwalk with the Wells-Fargo Co. in 1902, Actually, electricity was in little use for anything except to run street cars. Gradually, people and small Mystery Shrouds Delay In Opening Supreme Soviet ' MOSCOW, Dec. 22 (INS) —| Friday's scheduled opening of^ „ , j .i 1, . . ,. One report said there was the Supieme Soviet parliament; , ^. • tu f th has been i)oslp(u>ed without ex-i "^"[!'|^ ^" sueets ot tne.pgj, M^,^.^ pompanies took planalion lo next Alondav. j capita . ,^1^^ ,.,1^^ began pushing elec- ObscWers expected the .session Argentine postoffice officials the proce.s.s. a! 10 discuss Qixi ^exl vear's budget! ''^^ ''acho-telephone communica-ifew were, bed by larger^ and to provide an opportunity for'""h Paraguay were severed companies. On occasion power Premier Nikolai Bulganin . andi Z^"*"''" m.dnighl. |hnes ran parallel to each other parly First Secretary Nikita Kru.shchev to report 'on their|/^0|D95f ASSIl. Bank and the minister of pub-lP'ants along the street car lines lie works were .said to have takenh^'""'^ ask for service to operate ja light bulb or two. Soon the number of customers along the part In the revolt. way outnumbered the electric Lausche For Senator Clears Battle Lines In Both Parties For '56 Ohio Election Drive BULLETIN COLUMBCS, (INS)—A Columbns attorney C. Russell Thompson today took out nominating: petitions to qualify Cleveland Mayor Anthony A. Celebrezze as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor. lour of south Asia from which they returned only Wednesday. They believed the postpone- iTU 'ni indic.'ited some new de- velopnienl had occurred during the liist three weeks since the original announcement was made. May Sell Land On Colunnbus-av Christmas Peace At Westinghouse Fades; Halt Talks with competing companies serving neighbors. Eventually, of course, this situation was remedied through franchises and local, state and federal regulations, depending upon the situation. Through all these changes, Frank Golden \MVETS'Officials Report Three -i^'O'V'""^'' Member Committee To Con- and keep time records, tact Individuals Or Ftrm.s. , «<; « kept up an interest in baseball and became one ot the Officiils of the AMVETSimost ardent Cleveland Indian , \ A ,:oH«., aro tr, ..v-ifans in the territory. He is Homestead iproud to say he never missed an plore the possibility oi selling ^^^^^ Cleveland until Ihe acreage on S. Columhus-aN. i,^^ ^^^^^^^ commuting to Fremont The proposals were heard at a^^^,,,^,„ ^.-^^-^^^ Service organization meeting of the association belcl ^p^,,^ ^^.p,. ^^^^ ^^^p ^^^^.g p(,^^.g,. Wednesday night. > In n^ia Lake Shore organiza- The development, projected as (j^,) ^^.^j.^ several smaller By United Press Gov. Frank J. Lausche pulled his finger out of the dike Wednesday and a virtual flood of political devolpments began spouting immediately as he announced his candidacy for U. S. Senator. J^ausciie's announcement was the key to 1956 politics in Ohio. Poli- iV'ians of both parties have geared theii own plans to the governor's decisions. Until Wednesday 's announcement, I no one knew what office Lausche | would seek. Hence Democrats had; loee;: reluctant to move because! inone wanted to oppose Uie greatest; PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 22 lUPi ;vote - getter in Ohio history.' Pennsy, TWU In Last-Dilch Talks To Beat Deadline 12 years. Now she's retiring, and Has- The fire started in the big; train a new "eye" ball-room apparently from a boil-i er explosion and mushioomedi '. out to other parts of the ram-! bling wooden structure. The furnishings included some original pieces which were col-! lected by Ford after he purchased the historic stopping place. In addition there %vere numerous antiques that Ford had collected over the years, and had been on display at the inn, known in its early days as the Red Tavern, Officials said it was impossible to estimate the damage. Pet Ford Project The Wayside Inn property became a pet project of the late Christians Pour Into Jerusalem; Curfew Is Lifted concern, '"Santa" Donnelley nnnounced today that R. R. jDonnelley and Sons, early in 19,56 will establish a branch printing plant in Willard. The new business will be established on a SO acre tract of land along Route 99 and the Fort Ball-rd in the southeast portion of Willard, which was recently annexed to the town. The A T T... .ooir-rr ct-r- iDomielley branch is to be lo- ^^•^.^'^.V'''^ .v-i:^ r, rn^.'-cated just south of Midwest In- TOR Dec. 22 '^NS. Chris .an ; pilgrims poured into .lerusalemj ^ '^^ founder of the Ford empire. The!, , , . old mill, some distance!'"I ''""'"'^f- from the inn was rebuilt A co-' ^'^"^ travelers will be innmitlcd lonial .store and a white-spired^" '^^''^^^ ''"^ border from tlie colonial church were erected on*'""^'' '''''''lay. the rolling acres ' '''''*^ tr-adilional Christmas E\e To protect the propertv fromi'"''•^'^ Bethlehem's Church of 'The Nativity will be held. Lifts Curfew. Jordanian officials, plagued by .six days of rioting in Jerusalem and Bethlehem, lifted the curfew in the city of Jesus birlb. Five persons were killed and 05 Injured in Bethlehem during (he demonstrations there Monday against Jordan's proposed adher- the vibration of trucks ancl buses. Ford at his own expense built a modern four-lane highway some distance from the inn. This highway he sold to the state for $1. It kept traffic away from in front of the inn, and helped to preserve the beauty of the scene lor tourists. At present the Wayside Inn is owned by the Ford Foundation. but has been leased for the past few years by private citizens and ||{^tores Order used as a dining spot. from around the world todav j V^^ars ago as the first new Wil- while a lessening of tension in i >a'''^l industry in 34 jears. the Arab-held old city indicated; Neither Donnelley nor offl- they will he able to complete; f ials of the Willard De ^'elopmcnt-' their journeys to Christendom's Co. would aay at this time how large the branch plant would be or how many people are to be emplo.\cd at the start. It was un- i cially reported that eventually the payroll might reach 1,000 men and women. Hailed Excellent Site The official announcement this morning slated that the Willard branch is being established for the printing of the various city directories for the Ohio Bell Telephone Co. Donnelley said that the plant will be small at first and is to be expanded as —Last-ditch negotiations began between the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Transport Workers Union today with the 22,.')00 non- operating employes holding a midnight strike threat over the company's head. Republicans, too, attempted to foretell the Lausche plans to form then own battle lines. The announcement had the greatest effect on Sen. George H. Bender, Attorney General C. Wil- jiiam O'Neill ^nd Lieut. Gov. John W. Brown. Safety Town Is Rotary Project For Youngsters Dr. Lester G. Parker, Chairman. Explains Training For Pre- Kindergarten Children Today. ence to (he \vi..stern-sponsored I business conditions warrant such Baghdad Pact. : moves. Donnelley slated that the Route , , . 1 . 1 99 site is an excellent one and The Jordanian - admini.stered , .section of Jerusalem was C |uiet Wednesday, but Wednesday night IS an its selection climaxes almost two years of study of possible sites shouting Arabs swarmed through.^'i'"- Chicago concern the streets again. But the newly ''a*' '^t^t'" i" contact with rep- appointed caretaker governmeni,'''•'•''ntalixes of the Willard De- restored order quickly and no i velopinent Co. for almost a year • ; casualties were reported. Many of the rioters have been Arab refugees from Israel who left during the 1948-49 war. and nine Willardites were invited to tour the main Chicago plant recently. "Our decision to become a part (Continued on Page 14—Col, 6.) The meeting alreadv had been! Bt^'icier is assured GOP nomina- arranged when the union author- ''O'^ f'"' re-election, as Lausche is ized the strike one week ago in a assured Democratic nomination. Perkins Heights, ran into diffi-: (Continued on Page 14—Col 8 cultv when the Smith Contract-: com- PlTTSHLKGir. Dec. 22 ilNS) - - H()|)e for I'liri.stnia.s p<'ace in the W'ostiii.yliOuse strike faded today in the hrcakoff of bai'gaining ftftci' \\ hat a {•ompaiiy officer. called "five minutes of screaming, I ing Co., Warren, sued to obtain and name-calling" l)y i judgment of $19,000 for ^^ork y^^^ MoUs To BG A three member committee will contact at least three individuals or firms who have ex-! j • O 4 pressed interest in purchase of LOf/mer KCpOrtS the land but so far have not re- Unless there 's an unforeseen a\alaiiche of incoming mail! dispute over wages, shift differ- GOP Hopes Soar cntials, severance pay and a liO- v)'\eill, an avowed candidate for hour work week. iIOP gubernatorial nomination, Michael Quill, fiery interna- had no comment on Lausche's an- tional president of the TWt. inouncement. Brown said it would made the strike announcement 'lot change his campaign. But it! after conferring with union H !- was ceiiain both were greatly re-j torneys and Andrew J. Kacliii. |he\eti by news he would not have! Members of the Sandusky Rotary Club have undertaken a INDIA .VOTE TO U. S. NEW DFLllI, Dec. 22 dNSi— Prime Minister Jawaharla! Nehru i the union's railroad co-ordinator. pruianity a union official. Robert D. Blasier, vice-president ill charge of Westinghouse Indu .'irial relations hurled the iianio -c ;illin .ii charge against ,)ames H. Caiey, jircsident of the AFL-CIO International Union offjuced the talk to writing. •Klrrt ric<il Workers. j ' t'lrcv. whose 44.000 members in -i) \\'<>stint;liouse jjlants have Iji 'cii on strike since Oct. 17, re- plird immediatelv thai the comp .iiiv a "I'liildish excuse to v.aSI. I'll!" 1)1' \\)v lU'Hoiialions. Delivered Here, Boy, 6, Killed By Sniper's Bullet NKW YORK, Dec, 22 ilNS'-- which isn't likely at this time, everyone will have received their Christmas cards, letters and parcels at the close of postoffice working hours on Saturday. That's the conclusion reached BIRTHS GOOD SAMARITAN Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Doilino er, Fremont, a daughter. Ml-, and .Mrs. John Ray, 721 Fox-st. a son. .Mr. and .Mrs. George Lent/, til7 Broadway, a daiulitf r. Brooklyn police were making an to'dav by Acting Postmaster Ar- a()artnu'tit-by-apartment search thur Larimer. loda .N' for a sniper who shot and He said that cancellations killed a six-year-old boy as he dropped to 48,500 on Wednesday talked about Christmas with his; as compared to 76,500 on Dec. 21 three lillle cousins. ! last year. However, he pointed The bullet crashed through a out that the "rush" this year second-floor kitchen window as came one to two days earlier. DEATHS M!~< (Iciiiiiilf Domagalski. 70, iou2 W, Ta>ior-st. tho children sat eating luncli, struck Felipe Citron Rivera, Jr., in the shoulder and passed through his heart. Felipe's aunt and uncle, who u.'re wrapping presents for the ihildren in the living room when I he bullet hit, rushed the bo\ to the hospital not more tlian a mile a \saN'. hut he was dead wiieii uiey armed. The grand total of cancellations for 1953 is ahead of last year from Dec. 1 through Dec. 31. Larimer said. Tot 1 for the period this year was 1,515,500 as compared to 1,237,700 in 1954. All temporary clerks to assist with the Christmas rush of mails have now been laid off with the e.vcepiion of one v\ho will \soik on parcels lonighl. to oppose Lausche in the general election, if he wins the nomin,a-i Uion ! O'.N'eill's bid for the governor- 'ship opened a spurt of announce- inents by candidates for his office !cf attorney general. These indud- jcc. former GOP Ohio House Speaker William Saxbe, Columbus City ! Attorney Chalmers P. Wylie, Eu 4ent Roberts of Hubbard and Harry T. Marshall of Clevel/ind. Lausche's announcement cleared the ail- of the Democratic party and will produce scmie announcements for Democratic gubernatori- d nomination Currentl>' Robert Iteiiler. Lausche's arch-critic, is I lie onl>- a\'oued candidate. Reider Retorts Back Reider said today that Lausche. in renouncing his gubernatorial H'onlinued on Page 14—Col. 8. i| most worthwhile safeiv program.'''""*-' ''^^^'^''^V"'T'";"" iFiremaH DlOS lU in the establishment of a Safety!an"<n"iced toda.v that the Indian Uf . Town in this city for the ,rain-'R°^''''-""^^''" ,''-"i '^'^^Patched '•'jPre-DaWn BlaSt ing of pre-kindergarlen children^""^*^ ^« l': connection JT1 C l/aWII UiOdl, in the .schools of Sandusky. |t!with a recent jomt ^ ^'^^'"^"^ ''^T•- _ I| Pftl :„fti.« was reported todav at the Rotary|S''^-'-^^«>-V «f ^^"'^ it IFC Al neimery meeting by Dr. Lester G. Parker,!"""^'^ P"''t"Suese for-, / chairman of the Rotary pro.ject.;'''*^'" f""i'^^''i. The Sandusky Safety 'lONvn patterned after the Late News Flashes COLUMBUS, IS Mansfield Safety Town which was established several year.s ago and has proven a wonderful success in training children to respect traffic safety, Dr. Parker said. A group of city officials from .Mans-, field were present Thursday noon! ^^^'I 'na" "a">cd by to explain the program and howj^^'^'^ it has succeeded in their city. j .\ prospective site has already been chosen for Sandusky's Safe- » » » ly Town which will be a replica COLU.MBUS. (UP)— Frank of a Opical city with streets and; t^inhac. Jr, today resmned crossings, including signal lights.!executive duecior of ilu Children will be taken through tiJ'""P''''f commission, a post Safety Town afoot and on a spe- a -slmrt tune prn.iif law piaciu'f (!NS)—Ralph J. the turnpike commission to succeed Theodore J. Kauer as \\.\RUKX, P.\ . Dec. 22 lUPi— .\ pic-dauii file and explosion al the L lilted Oil Refiner; Co. plant here killed a fireman, and miiued nine others. The hkue started at 4:45 a, m. in the plant's filler house at the easiern edge of Warren. The walls of the building "blew out" about a half-hour later, killing Warren Fire Capl. Hartwell Willey, 4,"!. Four nearby oil tanks immedi- ; ately were engulfed in flames, C. aiu! firemen called for reinforce- as; ments from the nearby cornmuni- i)iiio [|^,^ ot Clarendon and Voungs- viUc lie to bicNCle for in enter ciall". designed striiction«i This is a snl'etv program tor IRONI'DN, M .SS) — Klmer the child before he enters school WielUc, 71. u,uu'i ui au Irommi and will benefit them until they -si 'ap faiiors wa> •tuinu-d m dcaui have been integrated into the ^Miay Nwieii lire r.i\i-iicu llie ACTOR HONORED — Actor Kirk DouiJlas has been presented the Heart and Tori'li, one of the highest a\vards given by the .American Hear'. .Association. Doimla^ 1 crci', I'll the award in (Mevi'laiui, fur <.-. ork- iiiy in films lor liie Hc.ui Fund, Totday's Editorials i'ouu.s's is.sue of The Register-Star-News carries two editorials relative lo the While House Conference on Education. One is reprinted from the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the other deals \uih the reaction of a S*n- (iuskian who altended the lllcetiMl;^ in Wa.-hingtor They AiM 'rjc foimd on Pauc 4 regular school Safety Dr. Parker said. program, buildiii; SHOPPING DAYS LEFT p.. Htip Fight Tl ..^ CLARK AF BASK PHILIF- .PINF.S. a P' 1)1 Homer Hrad- ishaw. .\tucricaii medical niission- ; ar>' held for nearly luf >eai'.s by ilhe Coinmuiiisl Chiiuse. said to- ClilCAGO, Dec. 22 (UP.--Five!day he and his uife were "kid-'I luv ChrislMM * «- j gunmen apparently were filled;naped" by the K-'ds i -"r ^"••"•^ J with the Christmas s irit Wed- 5 Gunmen Serve CoHee At Robbery COLU.MBUS. (I Pi — William nesda\ when they robbed a! t nited Parcel Service office of ;.^.,,^tje. Meeliaiucsbuiaitorue.\. ir- fill coals and ,$2,000 ui cash, announced 'odas he -.ull bo a The bandits served i-offee ,ind I 'aiuiuiaie lo: , IIII'MU'\ ^I ' lu l> iaiul\ \uuieifit'> iic'id fuc L iiitfd itie ,Ma\ Kcpubiioaa priuiarj Parcel euiplo>es al gunpoinl. leltciioa. If. CHRISTMAS SHOPPING HOURS IN SANOUSKV STOKES Thursday and Frida.v until : ni. Close C hri:slmjii Eve al lU.

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