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Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - November 7, 1963, Sandusky, Ohio AND WINDY with a few showers Low near partly cloudy with diminishing A little warmer I SANDUSKY REGISTER 1122 VOL 141. NO. 17S 7. 1963 ASSOCIATED nm TEN United Fund Tops Goal Money Still Coming In The Erie County United Fund has topped its goal by drive chairman Peter Holm announced at last night's UF Council A total of has been Campaign goal was - HOLM TOLD jubilant UF directors a detailed analysis of campaign results would be prepared for the next council The fund drive was marked by larger donations and fewer re- than any previous 7 It also saw the gift of a building which will be made into future headquarters for United Fund and many of its member the former Ohio Bell Telephone Co. The United Fund has reached its steadily advancing goal years out of the past 10. After three successive defeats in and the organization hired a professional fund raiser to reach its goal in 1960. The next another professional failed to push UF to its and HOLM for the past two no outside fund-raiser has been FOUNDED in 1923, the Community Chest or United Fund was discontinued in 1937, then resumed in 1940 with eight agencies and a This there were 17 Here is the record since 1953; Year Goal Attained 1953 105,882 1954 105,300 101,088 1955 105,000 119,871 1956 135,000 147,029 1957 160,000 152,252 1958 160,000 145,170 1959 165,000 149,678 1960 200,000 215,111 1961 251,000 238,800 1962 255,000 255,846 1963 257,000 259,450 on Page 6-Col. 5.) BOSTON DETECTIVE SLAIN Patrolman Myles G. McGrail holds man identified as Robert 24, of Asbury at gun point moments after a Boston policeman was slain intercepting a A second man was captured shortly lAP Toast Winners But Steuk Declines His Invitation What was termed by Tom Murray a fellows get held sway at the Towne TaVern last with Murray playing genial host in his establishment to local can say the food was excellent and the atmosphere was said with a He owns the Towne ALSO ON THE MENU was a discussion of what Murray Lost His Police Lock Him Up Sandusky detectives picked up a burglary suspect this morning after he went to a local cab company and complained he lost his gun in the In the city jail while further investigations are made is a 40-y�ar-old now on with a long string of jail Police report the and Store on the corner of Hayes Avenue and N. Depot St. was broken into between 1 a.m. and 3 a.m. this The thief got into the building via a broken cellar He rifled the cash and took a small amount of money in loose He then searched a cash - drawer and took two guns - a nosed cal. revolver and a cal. He also forced open a cigarette machine and took an unknown amount of But the thief missed about under bottles on shelves in the A cab driver gave police tlie tip-off when he found the cal. gun in his Later the man returned to the cab company headquarters to claim his He left without and went into a nearby Detective Sergeant Dallas Bennett and detective Ted Goeltz arrested the He offered no Police have been unable to question him at Register press time about the other Charges will be filed later VITAL STATISTICS Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 2106 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene mi CUnton GOOD SAMARITAN Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. McDonough Mr. and Mrs. Harold 331 Berlin MEMORIAL Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 205 South Harold 51, 1035 Hayes Ave. Frank M. 80. 315 Central Ave. termed regrettable operation of the zoning and the laws under which it For dessert came the announcement that the Committee for which Murray and Richard Butler jointly head will remain in think the city needs Murray He said last night's soiree included of the other in addition to winners Harold Schaeffer and George COMMISSIONER William Steuk was invited but declined to attend whigh in no way aroused the Murray all said He said Steuk had congratulated him on a clean think we did pretty he Murray said way back before election he had approached two mill levy backer Herman trying to get him to run under Committee for Progress THINK the city needs men like Murray He referred to commissioners Frost and Harbrecht but said King is man of more King declined the Murray said he thought the Committee for Progress had committed a public service during the feel pretty considering we didn't spend much money on he Rocky Makes It Official For Enters New Hampshire Primary Nelson A. Rockefeller formally announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for president today and said he would enter the New Hampshire and other presidential preference primaries between now and the Republican National convention next have reached this because I believe that vital principles are at stake in the next presidential Rockefeller said in a statement to a gathering of newsmen at the state Rockefeller principles and the policies to best support them must be brought before the American people and the delegates to the Republican National Convention for their thoughtful Rockefeller renewed his charge that the national administration of Democratic President Kennedy had failed to understand and meet menace of international to stimulate the economy and to strengthen the unity of the free Rockefeller did not refer in his brief statement to his role as the underdog in what has been the undeclared contest for the Nor did he refer to his divorce and which have been largely blamed for his currently poor standing in polls on the Rockefeller proposed that Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona and other potential candidates also enter the New Hampshire is my sincere hope that other candidates will make use of the so that all of their views will be clearly he New Hampshire primary presents an excellent opportunity to do forthrightly and undiluted by or doubletalk of any did not mention Goldwater by has been challenging the Arizona HAT IN York Governor Rockefeller formally announced his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination senator to join him in a series of debates to determine what positions the Republican party should take on major Goldwater has refused on grounds of party The governor arranged to leave for New Hampshire im- Russians mediately after his who has sought in recent months to associate Goldwater with said he was certain Republican convention delegates would on Page 6-Col. 3.) CBS Newscaster lis Hospitalized MOSCOW Soviet I that American efforts to Union marked the 46th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution today by parading through Red Square a rocket which Moscow Radio and Tass indicated was an antimissile It was a two-stage rocket about 50 feet smaller than the ground attack rockets displayed but bigger than any of the other rockets hauled through the said Moscow great military possibilities and can attain hits on all means of air and space the Soviet news agency recent exercises these antiaircraft rockets proved capable of hitting any up-to-date air - space attack A U.S. Defense Department spokesman told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee in August the Pentagon is convinced op defenses against intercontinental ballistic missiles comparable in magnitude and success with those of the ' Dr. Harold director of defense research and engineering for the Defense told the committee critical factor was development of a system that could detect approaching missiles soon discriminate between decoys and large volumes of traffic and hit and kill the In contrast to this Dr. | Edward nuclear physicist known as the father of the hydrogen told the committee he believes Russians have acquired the needed for an missile The new Soviet rocket was shown after Marshal Ridion Y. the Soviet defense said in his annual address from atop Lenin's tomb that the Soviet forces are equipped with the latest techniques to deliver a crushing blow to any But Malinovsky's which he has made every year since he became defense minister in 1957, seemed less bellicose than The demonstration of military hardware lasted 10 about the usual length of such DETROIT - 71 - year - old news vation for a possible heart today in Henry Ford Thomas complained of not feeling well when he was admitted early a hospital spokesman The CBS who had attended a testimonial dinner for a longtime friend Wednesday was expected to remain In the hospital at least two His condition was the Teamsters Propose Big Pay Increase Mme. Nhu Plans Return To Power In Viet Nam LOS ANGELES - Mrs. Ngo Dinh Nhu was reported today to believe that she still retains the loyalty of certain officers in the military junta which overthrew her ruling family's Mrs. Ngo Dinh the country's political and his President Ngo Dinh died in the coup last A reliable source said Mrs. Nhu planned to return to South Viet Nam before the first general election is held under the new ruling South Viet Nam's former First Lady believes she can regain political power in her country with the aid of the dissident the source Mrs. Nhu was reported to have received a telephone call since the coup from former Vice President Richard M. Nixon among the failure of American officials in South Viet Nam grant asylum to another member of the deposed President Diem's Ngo Dinh Can. WASHINGTON - The Teamsters Union will serve the nation's trucking industry with contract demands for about million a year in increased pay and fringe benefits for more than 400,000 Teamsters President James R. Hoffa said the proposed three-year to be mailed out Friday to representatives of 16,000 trucking firms is the biggest single labor agreement ever In first bid for a nationwide contract covering 85 per cent of the U.S trucking the Team sters are 1. Pay increases of 15 an hour per man per year fori three 2. more a week for pensions and more a week for health and 3. fringe benefits including three days off with pay in case of death in a union member's immediate better vacation pay for jury two more paid holidays and 10 cents an hour for Hi Mom Sandusky Wasn't So Far After All By DICK FEAGLER Register Staff Writer A couple of weeks Pfc. James A. once of currently of was sitting in his company orderly cussing the fact that he was pulling CQ About the only consolation he could derive out of pulling CQ was that it was better than which isn't saying He was supposed to stay in the orderly room when the phone he was posed to answer Second Fourth Charge of PFC Wilson He had been in Germany since December 1962, and all this Army jargon was second nature to He sat wishing he were somewhere idly listening to the click of pool balls from the day room of O'Brien The phone Second Fourth Charge of PFC Wilson said PFC Wilson with brisk military said his mother from across the haven't you Jimmy's Mrs. Woodrow Wilcox of 139 Huntington had decided to call her 24-year-old son when his letters stopped used to write a couple of times a said Mrs. wrote and told him not to write because we were going on but when we came we still didn't hear from thought he was missing or killed or Mrs. Wilcox On September 13, Mrs. a determined woman who has never made an overseas call garnered her courage and prepared to fight the battle of the area codes from here to She was unusually Mother and son talked for about 10 Mrs. Wilcox hasn't received her but they tell her it will be in the neighborhood of The happy ending of this little story is Pfc. James Wilson is once again writing home two or three times a a good and I know he didn't mean to worry Mrs. Wilcox And what did Pfc. James US 52-542-670 think of the He probably decided that Germany wasn't as far from Sandusky as he had dental Hoffa had previously announced a demand that management build and maintain a dental and optical care center for union who announced the demands Wednesday after hashing out details with a 75-man committee representing all Teamsters called the on Page 6-<;;ol. 5.) British Election Sluggish Scotland and rainy weather today two special parliamentary elections of great to Britain's new prime Sir Ale Douglas In each the voting started In Kinross and West the voters were deciding whether to give the House of Commons seat be needs to continue as head of tba government and the He expected to feat six rivals by a margin of 5,000 to Conservative prospects not appear as rosy in an automobile manufacturing ter 40 miles north of The English district servative in im by 5.000 but it was ment party could hold Im The ster had 9�r\m ents for the mii eral Alastair Laborite Andrew Scottish
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