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Sandusky Register Star News (Newspaper) - March 12, 1953, Sandusky, Ohio FINAL EDITION Register More Than a in Tour THE mmT Cloudy and mild with occasional rain tonight and Low tonight 45-50, Rain ending Friday high 63. Cooler at Founded 1822.. Vol. 130. No. 276. MARCH 12. 1953 lac BRITISH PLANE DOWNED BY RED JETS Police Nab Suspect In Auto Deals Quiz Detroiter On Disguising Stolen Sale ' March 12 held a 51-year-old Detroit man today for questioning about shady used car deals after he appeared at headquarters to claim impounded for overtime Detective Joseph R. Goodyear said the George D. had 11 aliases and wasn't even sure of his right but that he answered to a description they had of a man who had duped several persons into buying worn out after taking them for a demonstration ride in his Ingrom confessed to dishonest practices in selling a U.S. Drafts Angry Rejection Of Czech Note On Yank Plane March 12 United States today drafted an angry rejection of Communist Czechoslovakia's that a pair of American jet fighters had penetrated Red before one was shot down in The stiff American was j lit I under at the Stale ff AMNESIA VICTIM - Leo Williams prepares to start life anew in his forgotten home near after living in for the last fifte en years as a stranger to A job application fingerprinting led to his true identification as Richard Merritt Agard of Agard left his home fifteen years suffered a complete loss of and never knew of the death of his father or of his first As Leo he remarried in 1941 and has four From Lester and will return to Union with his served in the Theater in World War 2, winning six Air Force used car to a Columbus man and police Is Sold Goodyear said the man would advertise a used car take a prospective customer for a demonstration ride in his own then deliver to the buyer a completely different usually a worn out taxicab of the same model and painted just like it. Ingrom told police he had three autos in Columbus now and others in Canada being Police at arrested Donald C. who admitted disguising autos he then selling them complete wilh Stolen At Elyria Hurt admitted the practice on nine cars stolen in Akron and Capt. Dennis Lynch of the Cleveland Police Auto Bureau said they were investigating other possible Hurt said he had been doing business as head of Auto Sales in Cleveland for two arrest came about through a tip from the Federal Bureau of investigation which had been checking associates of a known interstate auto thief arrested in Lynch said Hurt would buy demolished wreck of a fairly recent then steal a car identical to the one he had bought and serial selling the stolen car with the wrecked car's New Standard For And Also Plon Housing Program One of the largest local real estate transactions in a number of years was completed this week when the Walter Jones property at the southwest corner of and was purchased by the Standard Oil Co. of The transaction included the large brick home together with 21 acres of Introduce To Ban Commercial Fishing On Bay March 12 -A to prohibit fishing in Sandusky Bay was introduced in the Ohio Honse The would also make shippers of commercial fish responsible for the legality of the fish in the The was introduced by Esther Hardy Leslie M. Burge Dai ley R. Turner and J. K. Weaver The its sponsors is somewhat tlian a similar which passed the House two years ago but was weakened in the It was introduced as tiie House convened at noon Indo-China Holds No. 2 Priority In Ammo Shipments March 12 Armed Services committee has been told that Indo-China now has number two priority in ammunition - second only to Korea and ahead of Western The was made by top defense officials in secret testimony that is to be made public in four or five It was the first word that the Eisenhower administration has decided definitely to give major help to the French in stopping communism in the Indo-China Sen. Mansfield demanded last month that aid to the Four Commercial Fishing Concerns Plan To Set Nets March 15, Is Opening Date Of 1953 Ice Re mains In Parts Of Lake stepped He expressed belief that the Kremlin was plotting heavy intervention there through increased supplies and technical advice to the Next Step The Senate committee learned of the high priority for Indo-China during its Korean ammunition - shortage The committee met today to plan the next step in its Chairman said he will recommend appointment of a subcommittee to to ordnance procedures and try to down on the lead time and the red Mild Temperature Due To Continue The second day of today was to sec in the near 60'.s beCore The tempera litre 58 ami a low of 48 Thursday Internal Revenue Staff To Remain For Extra Hours Cloudy and with Taxpayers May Receive ance All Day Monday From 8 A. Until The Sandusky internal revenue office in the postoffice building will remain open Saturday from 8 a. m. until 5 p. and on March 16, from 8 a. m. until midnight to assist taxpayers in completing their 1952 tax and 195.'1 estimated tax Harry F. today an- entire Jones property was acquired in order to secure a corner plot 200 by 200 feet on which to construct a new service R. G. divisional manager of Standard Oil in stated today in announcing the Ceccoli Buys Property After taking off the plot necessary for its new the Standard Oil Co. sold the balance of the Jones property to John Sandusky who will develop the property for residential Edward also a Sandusky building will be associated with Ceccoli in the development of the new building according to the Ceccoli said that Mr. and Mrs. Jones had their home site and will remain in The property purchased includes 900 feet frontage on and 1,000 feet on The new service station will take 200 feet off from each The station will be one of the most modern in this four pump The building proper will be of porcelain masonry and Division Manager Tracy The new station will be built this spring on Page 28-Col. 6.) Asks Rips Law As Subtle March 12 President Walter P. Reuther today asked Congress for a series of amendments to the Act and frankly admitted they would amount to actual repeal of the labor Reuther told the House Labor committee that the enacted in the Republican 80th is to unions and collective and the CIO the measure must ultimately be He listed seven major issues on which he wants In condemning the present Reuther it was designed sly and subtle ways to thwart the rights it purports to accord workers and their Local commercial fishermen were marking time today in readiness for of nets on the opening day of the March 15, Four Sandusky fishing concerns will operate out of the port of Sandusky this are Lay Favorite Ruby and Chris With of Hansen who is a Most of the commercial nets will be set Sunday although one operator plans to wait until Monday to place he Few nets will be lifted before late Monday or meaning that need not expect fresh fish before late Tuesday or the big net operators Commercial fishermen are not too optimistic about the prospects of favorable weather for Some look at the sky and predict there is still adverse winter weather ahead before Lady Spring actually puts in her appearance for There is considerable ice in tite lake above the the fishermen East of the islands there is open water for placing Chief Of Medical Staff At Hospital D.r. F. O. Fry Is Named Vice Chief Annual Election Of Officers At Samaritan The Good Samaritan Hospital medical in annual election named Dr. Watson D. Parker as chief of and Dr. F. O. Fry as of Other officers elected Dr. C. J. Dr. C. E. head of department of Dr. head of department of medicine and chief of section of internal Dr. W. C. chief of section of Dr. L. G. chief of section of general surgery and Dr. H. E. chief of orthopedic and traumatic Dr. J. C. chief of section of nose Dr. D. E. chief of section of and Dr. P. N. chief of section of The appointments to the Joint Advisory Committee which functions on matters between staff and the board of trustees are Drs. Watson D. C. Swanbeck and Fry for the medical staff and B. G. F. H. J. R. Kahler and R. hospital for the board of suggested warning the Communists that not answer any new cold war attacks on U. S. Quote Radar Sources U. S. rejection of the Czech charges was based on the word of the supported by ground radar that they had not crossed the border during a routine patrol Informed sources said radar operators saw the attacking jet fighters close in on the two U. S. 12 to 15 miles over Allied territory in State and Defense Department authorities said the Czech claim that the planes were 25 miles deep | in was a lie and a i Red An Air Force man called it a a 1 Dead In Bomber Shooting Second Incident In 3 Days Occurs Over West Reich BULLETIN LONDON British Foreign Office said today that a British Lincoln bomber over Germany was attacked by jet fighters of a hitherto unidentified Demand The U. S. reply is expected to demand an apology for the and seek assurances it will not be and build a case for demanding approximately indemnity for the wrecked But the final wording of the note depends on an exhaustive Air Force note on Page 28-^Col, 5.) NEW UN United States today Is grouping forces behind Carlos P. Romulo of the Philipines as its choice for selection as the new secretary-general of the United the a year job now held by Hot Race For Lie Post Romulo Joins LisI they The smaller operators will stay east and south of the islands until ice Others wiU stay nearer shore and in protected waters until later in the The Canadian commercial season opened March 1, and according to ship-to-shore phone reports received by Sandusky fish companies the Canadian operators have been plagued by drifting ice with not amounting to much thus Okla. Pen Warden Reveals Foiling Of Escape Plan March 12 warden told today how he talked desperately for 45 minutes with three convicts before persuading them to abandon a breakout The a convicted Warden Jerone Waters as a hostage and kill him when guards cut off their escape from the State penitentiary As argued with one lashed a glistening blade at him but was shouldered away by a He named the three as Gerald serving a murder Calvin auto and a man Identified only as Waters said he would file charges of attempted murder against likely is the weather prediction for tonight and with cooler by Friday Low tonight is expected to be 46 to 52. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Norman a at Providence Mr. Robert a at Good Samaritan Ecuador Flood Toll 96 As Flood Pours Out Banks CU ADO March 12 persons were reported drowned ' or missing today in flood the rampaging River north of Dispatches said 26 bodies had been recovered from that completely covered the village of Jaramijo in Manabi Searchers in rowboats and launches were combing the village with grappling for more Seventy persons were Thirty-five houses were swept away when the swollen by torrential boiled over its the reports Weichel Honored At BPOE Affair Congressman Alvin F. Weichel of the 13th Ohio district and chairman of the House Committee on Merchant Marine and along with 263 other members of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks now in the were honored last night by the Order of Washington Lodge No. 15, at a Congressional Night held in The feature of the evening was an initiation and the was televised locally in the area of the nation's capitaL Weichel is a member of Sandusky No. 285. BULLETIN WASHINGTON - The Senate Armed Services committee today upheld Gen. Van Fleet's charges of ammunition shortages in Korea and decided to name a subcommittee to continue the shell probe and fix * March 12 jet fighters today attacked a British plane near the frontier of divided killed at least one of its members and reportedly forced it down in flames just inside the Soviet zone of UNITED N. March 12 - hot race for the secretary general's post began in the UN today as the U. S. nominated Philippines Ambassador Carlos P. Romulo in opposition to Britain's Lester B. Pearson of Also proposed as successor to the retiring Trygve Lie of was Foreign Minister Stanislav hvho was nominated by Soviet Delegate Valerian A. A decision is likely to be taken in the Security Council Friday when the 11-natlon considers the placed before it. The fact that Lodge was first to place Romulo's name in nomination was seized upon by opponents of the to draw the inference the U. S. is anticipating a Russlo leaving only Pearson after elimination of the Polish foreign Encircled Yank Patrol Rescued In 7-Hour Battle Launch Probe Of Newark 13 29 Injured N. March 12 today opened a full-scale investigation into a fire that killed 13 workmen and injured 29 others at the new brewery at Newark Detectives said a preliminary the The Royal Airforce in London identified the downed plane as an RAF a ' Three the Air force parachuted from the crippled a British Air died to a German apparently had been attacked while parachuting to His parachute and hit body were ripped with bullet The attack was the second within three days by Communist aircraft on Western planes flying over An American was down over the of Western Germany len two Czechoslovak built attacked tW ican patrol ' ' ' Find Survivor The British High for Germany said in Bonn that survivor of the attack had been West German poUce said the cident occurred in the from Hamburg to First reports of the shooting cape from the tiny village of nine miles east of and three miles west of the zonal British Airforce spokesmen at Hamburg said the crippled landed in flames at just inside the Soviet zone of The incident was the in the past five years in which on Page 28-Col. 6.) fire may have been started by sparks from and gasoline blow torches used by All the victims were employes of contractors working on the Workers laying pipe lines between the inner and outer walls of the six-story fermentation tank building were quoted as saying the blaze broke out in the A fire alarm was turned in by several of the workmen who returned with hand extinguishers to wage an unsuccessful fight against the The office will also be open Friday from 8 a. m. until 5 p. m. Taxpayers are permitted an extra day this year due to March 15 falling on ' Song For SAN March 12 Teacher Sarah Hagerty played Star-Spangled and asked her first grade to identify it. a student in the back the song they play every Friday on TV before the Happy Over Swaps * * * * * Two Families Make Business Deal March 12 Fagan and Lewis who swapped businesses and home addresses at the insistence of their congratulated themselves today for marrying such intelligent Fagan was an automobile Manis owned a wife wanted to be in the grocery business and his wife wanted to be in the car Fagan we The men said they swapped They said it took them several months to make up their but their wives kept goading them After they decided to trade businesses it was determined they should swap residences Fagan moved with his wife and three children into an above the Manis and his wife moved into the five room house the Fagans March 12 - American infantrymen battled through a ring ot Chinese Communists today to rescue an outnumbered U. S. patrol made a stand in the winter's heaviest snowfall to break up a Red In sectors the snow changed to rain in the day and turned supply routes into The American outnumbered three to pounced on a 100-man Chinese force it spotted the Reds moving land to attack a UN ayne Is tion of Pyongyang on central Bomb Dump Areas Allied were grounded during the morning for the third straight During the 13 in three shortly before to wreck three Red supply and areas 12 miles southwest of the North Korean DOC Fae M. San is the first woman physician to receive a Regular She will serve at Walter Reed Hospital in D C. Search Atlantic For Bow NEW March 12 - Coast Guard cutlers and aircraft searched the stormy North Atlantic 1.000 miles east of New York today for the bow of the Liberian tanker Angy missing since an explosion and fire broke her in two four days Eight or nine including the captain and his were believed to be aboard the battered Named Landlord Representative TIN With Slaughter Of Red Prisoners 12 - The Communists accused the United Nations again today of slaughtering prisoners of war in its to extend the fighting in The accusation was one of several made by the Reds at a The Reds charged the UN violated the tryce conference area by shelling it and by permitting airplanes to fly over it. At the same senior UN liaison officer Col. Willard D. denied a previous Red the UN aircraft attacked a munist convoy Jan. 21. Wayne 645 retired retail today was named landlord representative of the Rent Advisory Board by Acting Rent Stabilizer William G. D. C. on recommendation of Governor Frank J. Pfaff will serve without com- News In Brief Presse today reported that the viet satellite of Albania is near volt and may break away from ACCIDENT HURTS FATAL March 12 Mrs. Aleta F. 75-year-old widow of a former Tiffin theater died today just two hours after she walked into side of a car while crossing the on a 10-member along with another landlord bloc few two tenant spokesmen and six public interested Pfaff is a member of the to International today said any CO Property i by Lorain citizens to call the new and the Masonic Quadruple Police To Protect Labor Dispute March 12 police responded today to an appeal from Mayor for more protection in a civil strike situation by quadrupling the force ol A worker's was demolished by a dynamite blast to the 57th incident in a bng labor dispute involving two paper Calcasieu Paper and Southern Inc. Ohio King is out of his and would have to be taken up ly with the turnpike * ing search for clues was way in the palatial home ot wealthy 60-year-.old whose bound and tered said dead for two was found in a hall closet * * H. of Bainbridge today was named chief of the fire prevention bureau in the division of stale fire -
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