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Under the Act of 1870. =r 3,311 PERSONS VISITED LOCAL INFORMATION BOOTH THIS YEAR In his antiaul report, Secretary "torn Finefroek reports 3,311 per sons called at the Vacationland In formation Booth in Waterworks Park this euminer, compared with 3,059 last last year, an increase of nine per cent. -s By far the greatest majority of the callers, 1,315, requited boat and plane schedules to Put-in-Bay and the other Bass Islands, ite questing general information and literature on the different areas in our Vacationland were 650 oth ers, with 304 seeking cottage list ing v 195 wanting motels, 53 de- Siring privatfe rooms, 331 wanting hotels 1$ asked i'or camp sites, 14 wanted apartment* and 10 Bought, jailer, locations In addition to the above, 75 de finitely asked for accommodations at Put-in-Bay and Middle Bass, 22 wanted to stop at Catawba, 30 pre ferred Lakeside and the Penin sula while 15 others (planned to ..galo Kelleys Island. Of the others interested in boat trips, 533 wanted -to go to Kelleys, 40 wanted trips to the Canadian mainland, 21 were en route to Pelee Island, 10 wanted a boat to Detroit and 72 others were not particular as long as they went for a iboat ride. 1. East Harbor State Park was pop ular with 40 inquires and 26 asked information regarding Cedar Point. TJiere were 324 letters received and answered in 1953 conpared to 430 the previous year. This 24 per cent decrease could be ex plained by the fact that the area is becoming better known. Inquires were received from In cllana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, New York, Washington, D. C., Virginia, Massachusetts, Illinois, North Caro lina, Iowa, Florida, New Jersey and Ontario, as well as 259 from Ohio A total of 38,700 folder-maps was distributed throughout Jibe reason, ,Finefrock repoHed.*- •, Toledoan Hurt In Route 2 Crash Woodrow Eggleston, 35, Toledo, suffered serious head and chest innjuries Monday when his car col lided with another at State Route 2 and Veler Road. Lucar County Deputy Sheriff Sam Lauria said Eggleston made a safety stop and then proceeded into Route 2, where his car was struck by that of Louis Ireland, 27, fiocky Ridge. WORK SOCKS A Pr. ?^.00 WHITE OR RANDOM ELASTIC TOfif i- u fcf* W". -'rW.y Zif Jets Discussed At Rotary Meet Local Soldier Arrives InK orea Arthur Carstensen, Catawba Is land, is president of the county firemen's association which is planning its annnual dance, loca tion and date to be anounced later. OTTAWA COUNTY NEWS Boat "Catches" FisK By Itself Charles Everett, vice president of Fremont's Bingham-Herbrand Com pany, gave an illustrated talk on jet engines at Tuesday's Rotary Club meeting in St. John Lutheran Church. In charge of production of parts supplied to the .let aviation indus try, Everrett pointed out the "buck ets and blades" made at the plant in Fremont. He mentioned that jet engines are now being used exper imentally in troeka on th* West coast. Everrett stated that jet engines were built in laboratories as early as 1903 but did not reach their maximum usefulness until the last lew years. Sergeant First Class Charles M. Abel, 39, whoge wife, Lucille, lives at 4 Community Loop, Erie Gar dens, Port Clinton, recently joined tbo 2nd Infantry Division in Korea. Son of Mrs. Mary Bolte, 416 Geigor Street, Huntingburf, Indi ana, Abel is a veteran of 19 years' Army service. The 2nd Division took part in two of the Korean conflict's most historic battles. It captured "Heartbreak Ridge" after weeks of bitter fighting in Octo ber, 1951, and took "Old Baldy" in July, 1952. Rossford To Join Fireman's Group •State Senator Ray Hildebrand and sports columnist Lou Klewer of The Toledo Blade were sipeakers Wednesday evening when the Ot tawa County Fireman's Associa tion met in the Jerusalem Town ship Community Hall in Curtice. Hildebrand discussed legislation which would be beneficial to volun teer fire departments and Klewer gave an illustrated talk on his re cent visit to South America. .Mutual aid among members of the association was the main topic discussed. Reports were given of actual fire fighting experiences re cently encountered, including tech niques employed, equipment used and knowledge gainedi. Firemen from Rossford was guests. As the association decided that Rossford was in the same mutual aid territory, a motion was approved to accept Rossford for membership, pending futher in vestigation which should be cleared at the next meeting. ...... 'ivtji a •Save money on these discontinu ed styles in -'Red Wing" and "Statleif' work shoesi Sturdy, long wearing cork, Cord or rubber soletj. Soft pliable up pers. Narrow, medium and wide widths. $6.95 $9.95 Valuetp $fT88 ^9 We'll See You The -w.w. v-w/yv.\ iJ+U A Toledoans Hurt In Woodville Road Sheffer had reported. "When Councilman Lee Bracken asked what plans had been mads fcr the Ottawa County municipal court, Solicitor Reinheimer said that the court would meet in the council chambers of Port Clinton's city hall. "As the J. P. office will be empty after January 1, we can use that room for the clerk's of fice," Reinheimer added. Questioned as to need for a new city jail, Reinheimer said that women sentenced under the new drunken drivers' law, which be comes effective October 1, would be sent to county jail to serve their three-day sentence. Frank Putman, local contractor, appeared before council and stated he planned to submit a petition for annexation of the Putman Addition to he city, as a resident free holder has been living there over a month, and another family is moving to the addition next week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gamble 6f Detroit, Michigan called at the Chas. A. Woodman home the past week. vV* A group of fishermen from Mi I ford Center didn't have too much time to try their luck at fishing in Lake Erie aboard Captain Ray George's Alma Sunday, but the boat itself proved a good fisherman when it snared an 18-inch lamprey eel. The eel somehow became stuck in the boat's water pump, forcing the fishermen to cut short their planned trip. Two Toledoans suffered injuries Friday night in a traffic accident at the intersection of State Routes 120 and 795, 10 miles east of To ledo. Daniel Robinson, 30, suffered a fractured collar bone and his pas senger, James. Casebolt, 34, also of Toledo, received a back in jury. They were admitted to Riv erside Hospital in Toledo. State Highway Patrolman George Babka said Robinson's car collided with one being driven by Donald Smith, 27, Millbury. Robinson was cited on a charge of failure to yield right-of-way. (Continued from Page 1) CITY WILL r"i .• 1 Lamprey Eel Snared By Boat Tffr*cf wvrfTs "K i Charles McNoble and his group of fisherman from Milford Center, were greatly disappointed Sunday, when their trolling on the Lake Erie reefs was Interrupted by en gine trouble. Captain Ray George of the 50-foot steel boat Alma no ticed that the engiine was over heating because of a lack of water for cooling purposes. He signaled for help and Brown's Boat Livery sent a mechanic to re pair the boat, east of Kelleys Is land so that it could continue troll ing. The mechanic found that it was impossible to repair the water pump because me i ntake was blocked, therefore he had to con vert the pump to take in water from another inlet so that the boat could cruise home under its own power. Brown's Marina had to haul the Alma out on dry dock to investi gate futher cause of the unusual difficulty. To the surprise of every one a dreaded Lamprey Eel, which is a menace to fish life in Lake Erie, had become stuck in The fishermen went home with great disappointment because of the lack of time to catch fish, but the boat itself did catch a fish, that is a enemy of fish and fisher men. Mrs. Alton Lambert and Miss Marilyn Lemmerman spent the weekend in Springfield a# guests ftf Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lenunerman. DANCE Saturday Night, Oct. 3rd '151 HO AUDITORIUM ^larblehead, Ohio KENNY BASS And His POLKA POPPERS TV Radio and Coral Recording Orchestra DANCING 9 P.M. TO 1 A.M. ADM. $1.25 INC. FED. TAX Sponsored by V.F.W. Post No. 7572 33-2t W.V,V///AV///.V/.V.V.V.V^.V.V.W.V.%V.V.VAW.V.V.V\VV.\V,V.%%VS\\V.V.\VV.SV.\SSVV.SV.V.V.V\%V.%V.V%VVV/.V.V.\V.%\V.V,\V.'.,.,.,.'.V.V.».,.V.V.V.'.V.,.'.,.,.,.,.,.V. TVv 27th 11 am to 2 in I" .• •A" *. «'M •. -Lu..- •,£/.* -(j A.- 1*" J, w .*• -WfV Ji£ 4 A-% ynrviTA A '#V/ 7*" v. OTTAWA' rOT"\TTY NKWff rOTTT CT.iyTOf. OTTTn i only the clothes on her back), the Peace Pilgrim decided to continue i walking to keep warm. I When she reached Bill's Rest aurant at the Fremont Oil Com I p? ny, she stopped for a bite to eat and to get warm. "They were won I derful to me at Bill's Restaurant, giving me food last night, letting me sleep in a warm place, and giving me breakfast this morning", she reported. Wednesday, the Peace Pilgrim planned to walk through Sandusky and on to Lorain. "A 32^mile walk will be easy for me today," she added. "Evidently people think 'walking' means 'hitch hiking' as each day I refuse several offers to ride," the message carrier ex plained. "It was thrilling to walk along beautiful Lake Erie this morning," the attractive woman told the ed itor. She is now wearing her fifth pair of shoes since leaving Pasa dena, as they average about 1000 miles before wearing out. From Port Clinton she will con tinue through Sandusky, Lorain, Cleveland, Akron, Pittvburg and on to Washington, D. C. where she will present the following peti tion to President Eisenhower: "Peace pilgrim's Plea for a Peace Departments—This is the way to peace—overcome evil with good, and falsehood with truth, and hatred with love. We plead for the establishment of a Peace De partment, with a Secretary of Peace who accepts these principles —all conflict situations at homo or abroad to be re££ered to this Peace Department." She has planed her walking to reach Washington in November and then she will walk to New York City where she will present this petition to the United Nations and world leaders:: "IE you would find the way to peace, you must overcome evil with good, and falsehood with truth, and hatred with love. We plead with you to free us from the crushing burden of armaments and to free us from hatred and fear. So that we may feed our hungry ones, mend our broken cities, and experience a richness of life which can only come in a world that is unarmed and fed." Before coming here, the Peace Pilgrim spent five days in Toledo where she talked in seven churches Sunday, appeared on a television program, and made a 15-minute recording for broadcast to all school children in the city. She also talked to sixth grade students in Logap. School, East Toledo, and was thrilled with the impression and attention" these young students displayed. "I have been greatly pleased with the wonderful response Sam Sea: the opening and the suction of the pump had pulled it up so that es cape was impossible. It is not known whether the i eighteen (18) inch eel found its! way into the intake or was sucked in by the suction of the water pump but it became stuck and com pletly shut off the supply of water running into the engine. The Lam prey eel is a comparatively new fish in Lake Erie, for its been on ly a few years since this eel first starting prying on fish in this area. every where. Pastors, priests and rabbis of all faiths have welcomed me graciously newspapers, radio and television stations have aided in spreading my message, and school authorities have cooperated won derfully. I feel there is a mount- SAVE MONEY ON "SAMS" EASY ..PAYMENT PLAN. NO ..FUTURE ..PAYMENTS TO WORRY ABOUT- 100% DOWN. .TODAY ..FALL STARTS. ..WE'RE .READY. ARE YOU? WITH JACK ETS, SHIRTS, SLACKS ETC. HAVING READ Kiplinger letters, we're planning on getting out a confidential letter about P.C., once a week and only $3.27. It will give you the low down on people here, what's to tome, and where to get the best values in ,P. C. («ure, at Sams). BEFORE WE GO TO THE KIWANIS OX ROAST SUN DAY WE'RE GOING TO CHURCH. WE JUST RE CEIVED A NOTICE THAT THERE'S 'NO FIRE ESCAPE 4N HELL!. '4' WHEN a competitor throws mud at "Sams" he's only losing ground. INTERNATIONAL VACA TIONLAND SECRETARY MIKE RUHLMAN HAD LUNCH WITH THE P.C. COMMITTEE THIS NOON. PLANS ARE MADE FOR THE CONVENTION HERE OCT. 11-16-17. .CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETS TO NIGHT. .WE'RE GIVING OUR VERSION OF "THIS IS YOUR LIFE—" AT THE PLAYMAKERS MEETING THIS EVE. EAST K, Z- A E.O.D. Employees Receive Awards If (Continued from Page J) Erie Ordnance Depot employees, Raymond G. Martin and Morris W. Lacer, of Port Clinton, Lawrence E. Whitacre of Sandusky, and Carl Hahn of Oak Harbor, received cash awards for their time-and-labor saving suggestions in a special ceremony Monday. Department of the Army checks were presented Mr. Marti it, Mr. Lacer and Mr. Hahn by Col. Ed ward R. Ay res, commanding offi cer of the depot, who expressed his appreciation for the ingenuity and preseverance shown by these workers in perfecting ideas which will save money for the govern ment a s well as net Awards for themselves. •As Mr. Whitacre is on extended sick leave, his check was mailed to him. Mr. Martin was awarded $109.90 for his adopted suggestion concern ing the use of a recoil jack on the recoil mechanism of the 90 milli meter antiaircraft gun. It has proved of value in the proof accep tance testing of weapons and the estimated savings for the first year of its use is $2,018.13i A savings of $1,052 is expected to result from the first year's use of Mr. Whitacre's suggestion for a gauge for the front axle lock cn the 40 millimeter antiaircraft gum He received $52.60 for this idea. .»« Mr. Lacer received an award of $18.50 for his suggestion for a device to handle M6 recoil bottom cylinders, which not only has saved handling time but has helped to prevent the cylinder from being damaged. Savings for the first year of use are estimated at $370. The safety suggestion of Mr. Hahn concerning the installation of guard railings on certain hazar dous stairways, which was fol lowed out by the Safety Office, earned for him a safety award of $15. Present for the award ceremony were immediate supervisors of the suggestion winners. These men are credited with having encour aged the efficiency awards pro gram as a whole, and with always lending a helping hand to individ ual employees in perfecting their improvement ideas. HEADED FOR NEW ORLEANS Robert W. Reider, publisher of the Ottawa County News and min oritywhip in the Ohio House of Representatives, will attend a meet ing of the U.S. Council of State Governments at New Orleans, La., next week as an official delegate from Ohio. He is leaving Fridav by auto and will be accompanied by Mrs. Reider and son, Bobby. ing spiritual awakening as most people feel little security in the atomic bomb stockpile," the Peace Pilgrim said as she waved and con tinued walking towards Sandusky— and towards her goal of World Peace. BE CAfffFREf BE CAffFREIr* Just sit back and relax—It's so quick, easy aad convenient .. jso low in cose .. for example! EASTBOUNI Bium Leaves 7:48 AM 3:48 PM 1:03 PM 5:18 PM 10:28 PM Atlantic City, N. J. ........$13,60 Albany, N. Y. $11.95 Buffalo, N. Y .i...$6.30 Mansfield, O. ..§2.05 WESTBOUND fcyii* Uuym 8:37 AM 5:57 PM 9:52 PM in." AM fi 2 2 PM 10:57 I'M Birmingham, Ala. $15.25 Denver, CoIq, $26.30 Long Beach, Cali^ $49.15 Indianapolis, Ind $6.30 P7ut V S. Tux. Big Savtngs on Kotmd-Tript SCHWAB'S STORE 101 Madison St. Phone: 5571 KIWANIS CLUB BEEF BARBECUE HMBOt -it I STATE V -lis'--' lii.-.' .. V**'."* ''if- U* v Reserves Toun. Erie Ordnanc^ Seven members of the 2706th R. and D. Unit (Army Reserve tra'ning) of the Lri'versity of To ledo visited Erie Ordnance Depot Sati rday lor a i-.vo aad one-half hour tour of the depot. In the group were: Lt. Col. J. M. McCormick, LL Col. C. E. Amos, Lt. Col. M. H. Bigelow. Lt. Col. J. C. Coleman, Maj. W. F. Malkiewicz, Capt. W. P. Close, and 1st Lt. E. P. Schauss. The conducted tour of the depot! included stop-offs in the mainten ance, storage, stock control, and proof firing activities. Assisting in the tour were: Lt. Col. Leland S. Devore, Jr., Lt. Col. J. S. Sanford, Maj. W. E. Caddy Maj. M. P. Hawkins, Capt. R. Nearhoof, and James S. Stewart. Cars Damaged In Roclcy Ridge Wreck Cars being driven by Joe Scott, 55, Oak Harbor, and Walter Grie gcr, 21, Route 3, Oak Harbor, were badly damaged Monday night in an accident on the Rocky Ridge-Lime stone road, a mile north of Rocky Ridge. According to Deputy Sheriff Myron Hetrick, Scott had stopped his car to let out a boy passenger, when his car was struck from the rear by Grieger's auto. No one was injured in the mishap. SPEAKS AT KENTON State Rep. Robert W. Reider, publisher of the Ottawa County News, addressed a meeting of the Jackson-Roosevelt Club in Kenton Tuesday night. Sandusky! Friday, Saturday & Sunday SEPT. 25-26-27 Alan Ladd Lizabeth Scott in "RED MOUNTAIN" In Color and Edmund Gwenn Maureen O'Sullivan in "BONZO GOES'TO COLLEGE" EXTRA SATURDAY NIGHT Horror Spook Show "SON OF A MONSTER" OPEN FRI., SAT., SUN. FOR BALANCE OF SEASON 1 Mile East of Port Clinton on Route 163 kPRI. SAT. SEPT. 25,26 ALL COLOR SHOW GEORGE MONTGOMERY HELENA CARTER in "The Pathfinder" and u Treasure Of The Golden Condor" with CORNEL WILDE CONSTANCE SMITH SAT. NITE SPOOK SHOW BELA LUGOSi 1 in« "Dracula" Sun., Mon., Tues. Sept. 27-28-29 ROCK HUDSON BARBARA HALE in "Seminole" IN TECHNICOLOR and "Monkey Business' with CARY GRANT GINGER ROGERS WED, .tHUR. SEPT. 30-OCT. 1 BUD ABBOrf LOll COSTELLO "Go To Mars" Also Selected Short Subjects SHOW STARTS AT 7:00 PARK Rain Ji ft t- FiMay, ?fpl. 2" 11"3* Plan Huron Little Theatre Season El don Roswurm and Bob Foley will direct "Cuckoos on the Hearth" which the Huron Little Theatre will present as its opening attrac tion October 26-27 in the lakefront town. Cast in the comedy are Jane Lenhart, Nancy Liston, Eleanor Woodruff, Billie Zimmerman, Betty Wible, Jack Dutt, Jim O'Brien, Al lan Comstock, Art Moore, Dick Williamson, Hoke Liston and -JJill Woodruff. Officers of the Huron Little Theatre as the grouip begins its fourth season are James O'Brien, president Jack Dutt, vice presi dent Rhoda Jordan, secretary, and Nancy Liston, treasurer. Other plays selected for presen tation this season are -"Rip Van Winkle" for March 1-2 and "Bell, Book and Candle" for April 26-27. ROYAL THEATRE OAK HARBOR, O. THURS., FRI. & SAT. Guy Madison Frank Love joy in "THE CHARGE AT FEATHER RIVER" In 3 Dimension Plus Bugs Bunny Cartoon Revue SUN. -MON. TUES. Jane Russell Marilyn Monroe in "GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDS" In Technicolor WED. & THURS. Burt Lancaster Virginia Mayo in 'SOUTH SEA WOMAN' Wed.- Thu.- Fri. -Sat. Matinee Wed. & Sat. 2 p.m. BIG BARGAIN BILL! THE STORY OF 3RACE! MOORE! WI»UMHI.IMI. YY. ...V .vjaaplgortlry-: I. A S i I [Warner Bros.colorbyTechnicolop I ^""NO KATHRYN IIIWlllilllWlllljWIM IHIh Illlll'lllWi^ TERK0R OUTPOST OF THE MOUNTirS I A fri -ARM* *r.AKh« tQj*v s,u"in'CRAIG Mllto AKTISTS FICIURi SUN* MON. TUES. MAT. 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