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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 17

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Friday, December 16, 1955
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SEES DROP OF 400 MILLION IN 1956 FARM PAY REGISTER-STAR NEWS 17 <«!»n(1iinkv. O.. fry. Par. 1!»SS Berlin Heights Couple Notes Golden Wedding On Sunday ikt shows off Farm To Denver Fishing Crony BY GAYI.ORD P. GODWIN United Press Staff Correspondent WASHhNGTOiV. Dec. Ifi lUPt If htcrelary of A«ric:iillinT Ezra T. bensons prodiflion (R correct, net farm income in I!l5(i uill bu about $10,200,000,000 down 40 million floiJar.s Irom 11)55 an(f $1,600,000 ,000 fnnii 1!»54. A net farm income ol $10.'200,000 ,000 next yciir woulrl moan a drop of almost 14 percent in two year.s. Thi,': .\'ear'.s e.'itimated farm income of $10,«00,0(K).0(M). which was 10 percent under 1954, alreadyi has Repuhlican politiclan.s worried' well in advance of next year's j pre.?identlal., campaign. The pre-' flicted further drop of ahout four^ percent although much snuillert than last years decline would add to Iheir misery as uoll as hurl the farmer.s. BtMison loid reporters Thursda.v that he expected farm income next veav 10 remain at ahout (he present level. Hu( under f|ueslioninR. hp said tha? average farm income for 19.56 a,s a whole would be lower than in 19.55. GETTYSRURG, Dtc. 16. tlNS'' President Eisenliouer show.s off his CJettxsbtirg farm (oda.v to his old friend and iisliiiii; crony Denver busjiiessman .\ks(-l Neilsen. Neilsen. co-fiwiicr ot ihc iniich near Fraser. Colo., which is Mi. Eisenhowers favorite tishiuH is paving his \ Isil lo the Tresident's farm. I Guaranteed TV & Radio Service Sarvicing all MakM from § A M. fo S P. M. Just Arrived NEW 1956 Sylvonio & Dumont Television BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE—EASY TERMS BILL SCHAEFER'S RADIO & TV SALES 6, SERVICE 921 Columbus Av«. Phon« 2457 W rOWm lAWN MOWl Serviced • Sharpened • Rt School Break-In Nets 75-20 Cents - I iiriloH, Vermilion ;„ ..„i,r,n MR. AND MRS. CL ARF.NCE DENMAN "V""^ " KHE.MONT, Dec. I (i - Shcntf> office is inve.stigatiug » break- in ot tl)c f;i-con Springs .sciiool. but up to now otlicials hclitwe onl\- 15 or 20 ccnt.s is missiuK. ficlures nl sludents were tali- en Wedncsdas iind it is liclicved the bui'glais believed moiicv paid lo a photographer niighl slill be It wasn't. BERLIN HEIGHTS, Dec. 16— grown, the couple began taking .Mr. and .Mrs. Clarence Denman,i foster children into the home Benson's remarks to reporters rural Berlin Heights, are plan-; and o\cr a period of icars squared with forecasts made by niiig to celebi'atc their Golden j helped several youngsters. Mv. Agriculture Department econom-^ Wedding anniversary slightly! and Mis. Denman have been ists in the publication, "The Farm earlier than the actual jubilee'nienibcrsi of the Berlin comoumi- Income .Situation." The publication dnt(;. Open house in honor of ty foi many year.s and active 'sjLalrd iiet,fami income in 19,56 the occa.siou will be iiold from iiicniber.s of Ihe Berlin Heights "will probably show some de- v i,, tj ni. (lii.s .Sunday in their Congregational Church mosl of flioc. " lionic on ;\lason-rd near historic that lime. Benson "as opilmistic in a care- ynoDi/ Corners. - fiiDy-worded 1% outlook slatcmeni clarence Denman. lural Vcr- GI\'E.V GRA.NT mane Thursday before television and Grace Slocum ot .lop- {DEFIANCE. Dor. 16 (CPi — cameras. w^i-p united in marriage on |jc(|.|nce College has been given He said ••this ahno.mal condi- ,1^,.^ l.'lOo in the home $25,000 hv Ihc Central Foundry lion of declmmg farm income In „,p ,,,j^|^„, p;,,,,,„.,, M,. and Division of General Motors Corp. to the face of a rising national econ- - ^ .. om.v "has about run its course. ' "Some improvement in prices of .Mi-.s. .Morris Slocum. The Rev. H. i,p used for furnishing Anthony llilgcman of (he Mitiwanga He-Wayne Eibrary for .\mcrican I'ornicd Church peifornied the Studies. The cornerstone for the library was laid by President Ei- I number of farm commodities' can be expected in the v e a ri ahead." he said. He did not specify! '"'^ couple had three children, .<^enhowcr in 1953. any commodities which he said^'' «'«"g''lei'- ^oia .Mae. now Mrs. would improve. He has .said earlier: Schalz of Berlin Heights WANT ADS that the live hog market will im- ^arl, residing in J?ro\e .shortly. Hogs now arc at and Morri .si —who- died itr « 14-year low, : 1915 when three years old. There Benson also said on (he television! ^'"e thvct: grandson.s. a grand- sound track that "conditions in • t'»".5liter and two great-grand- sgriculture must iinprove if we^ons. are to maintain aTTealthyBalance Afler ihcir own children had in our economy." ' BRING RESULTS; Son Of War Hero Makes Eagle Scout CONCORDVILLE. PA., Dec. Hi 'LN'.Si—Colln P. Kelly, 3rd. In. .son of one of America's most famous heroes of World War 2, was awarded Thursday night the badge of an Eagle scout, the h best rating in that organiza- ti in. The Eagle scouts'father lost his life in the Pacific, soon alter Pea I Harbor, when he went down with his B-17 bomber after ordering the crew to bail out. The late President Franklin D, Roosevelt decreed "Corky" should b? offered an appointment to Went Point when he arrives at the eligible age in J957. CLEAN, OIL and ADJUST Your Sewing Machine — onl'y 1.75 Erie Sewing Machine 1410 Barker St. Ph. 3181 THE Sandusky Glass CO. 13T Jackson St. Ph. 4878 NEW! See Them At Sears Farm Store David Bradley CHAIN SAWS .At .Money Savinii Prices. A Size ar«d Type^ for Ivery Job Afk for 0 *re« d«woo*tra)>o«* on yow Own groundv Sear* port?, lervifc alwoyi ovoH- obl#. CoM S*»Of* today. PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! Children's ALL RUBBER Pull On BOOTS $9 .49 Sizes up to 3 In Red or Brown LADIES' SIZES 2.99 "SANDUSKY'S LARGEST SHOE STORE " WALTERS 151 E. MARKET ST. Wt pitk up ani Mi^f Only 0«nuin* Factory P«rt« Utcd U«« Our Winttr Storage Don't put that mower «w«y for Ihe winter, hure It Ufce« c«re of now Ac read.r for the first sprinf cut. .\.NOTIIER SERVICE FOR lOU BY ... . LECOY'S 245 E. Markel St. Serricinf Sandusky te Vlclnllf For Over 16 lears Phon« 2279 NKW BO-X TRANSISTOR E2 HEARING AID BINOCULARS cmd Field Glasses Priced from 7.95 and up Gainsborough Studio aj3 W. Washington Roir PHONE 323 "up-to-the-minute" service for lAst-minute expenses... CASH! $25 fo $1000 Take care of seasonal expenses with a quick, confidential loan on signature* only, car or furniture. Just imagine! A ftnesc quality 4-iran- sislor Zenith backed by an 10-day money-back guarantee olA//// satisl'aclion. yc( selling for one- fourth the price of many comparable aids. So small, so light it can be hidden behind a man's neekiie... worn in a woman's hair.' Operates (or only about I0« a ueek 9^ o t/M//er /7 ?iy?e. Comt in Today.' Sea our comp/af# ja/ecf/on of Fin* B(//evo wafche^l DIAMOND SPECIALIST ROBERTS Jewelers Graduate Grmoloitlst 124 E. Market St. Piieu includi (tdiril iii •tsth afid (vtr/ lUlOVA Waltrpreol Watch ii Ctrtifitd Wotirpresr by iht U. S. TISTINO CO. afttr btlng Scitnlificelty Tottd . . . Utii •XMd 4 «v«rnm«nt »p*ci<ic«tion>. w .ur.tMt u i.n« tryiui I* IKUCI. tw. un amy « Mm.tltnl J.wiltr tll.«l. r.»l«ct .ryat.l w «l.(. MM. *.Sij;n4tur. l.o»n% by C.plul rinanc. Corp. c 10-DAV MONiT-IACK eUARANTil 125 W. Market St. ~ Phone: 5564, Sandusky Hours: Moii ..Fri. 3-5; Sat. 9-12~Open evenings by appointment 12 Benedict Ave. — Phone; 2-4751, Norwalk Hours: 9-5 except Wed. 9-12 Open evenings by appointment loont mod* lo residents of nearby (ownt Doing your own mmm^ DIAMOND SPECIALIST ROBERTS Jewelers Graduate Geiiiolog^ist 124 E. MARKET ST. 1 Vi t enju) liclnin^ week-end carpenters' and "fixcr- II )pers". Drop in anytime for ideas and sugyt .>i lions. It's Easy To Pay For HOME IMPROVEMENTS FOR EXAMPLE IMPROVE NOW- PAY LATER tVhpii Amount til Finance Is I.OH Payment Is $100 $5.98 $300 $9.58 $600 ' $19.17 first Payment Is .April 1st. DEWEY'S 1831 Camp Si. Ph. 3581 Enjoy ( hoiolaif Kl^( and otbrr KlSl Bevera/.et WHOLFJARDWARE mmwm Want vegetaV)fe$ fo gstden-fresV ^ave tfi«l *'ju$l-picl<ed" fUvor AND keep prectous vitaminj? You want a Revere Ware Sauce Panl Glowing copper (or quiets, even heatms . . . sUaming jtainlejs steel fof easily-cleaned beauty. Another meiflber of iKe Revete Ware [omily—• tKe World'* Finest UiensiU. ILLUSTRATED Pe'^re Ware 2 qt Sau.-e Pao. V, \\\IVt .\ Avdil«bl« iri 1,1 ^2/ 2 *f»d 3 qt sues. WE CARRY A COMPUTf STOCK Of REVERE WARE WHOLF HARDWARE HANCOCK & MADISON PHONE 76'^ N« lM <w Mtd a ty»«wftt «r ba irafe. ExprtM yow pvsMMity la tM at laytK Mi M«(«I M1«I- •OVAL, THi lUGOlO rOKTABlf, THI MOST raiHIRIO POtTABU. In a recent on-campus survey by the Gilbert Youth^rch Organization taken in schools thrftughout the natioi\, it was revealed that more studenta would like to own a Royal Portable than th« next 3 makes combined. \hm Siaitdard Typtwhl^i in Portable iif Com* in and try a toyal aft ROBERTS TYPEWRITER SERVICE 103 E. Water St. Phone 1882 .\nd Remember, You Gel A Full 1 Vedr Gudrnniee Iud9«t tAftnt? Of cou«i*( Such high st>lc *t such a lew price that your neighbora v\ill turn giecn ^nh env> — >ei your budget will stay out of the red —when you own this spectacular new R.41.YTHEON fashion leader. tw SOV WITM THB LOW LOW t'Qii 0 *«p#>t Oflkk to dtoio 'iO* row HU»» r SANDUSKY'S LARGEST SERVICE CENTER MONROE SERVICE INC. Monroe at Decatur St. Phons 613

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