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It HEOI8TEW STAH NEWS llimAiMir)', O.. rrt.. I>ff. 1«. 1»5S N. IMiTWIiTt FIR RENT m6bM 'TCrnTSficci nparinienr "wifTi bath. Inquire 524 FrnnkHn fURNlSHen "Xroomii 'flfiff bniR:' No • cfUIdren or pets. Up. 34 W. Fronf J.9t.. MtUn O. MmX RirnfiHcff" apa'rtmcntr "PrT- V«te bllth, itenm hcflf. Adults ^onl.v 919 W. Adams. IftjRNISHED ,1-room ' apt V Trivatp * huth, 527 Huron Ave. or phone J 78B7. ifODERN 2 -RM. furnished apl. pri- ! vnte bath and enlrance. Use of "lonndry. Adult.«i. Ph. 12R1. ilftOOM FURNISHED APT. Shnrr •bath. Children welcoine. Phono ''\?-*_"LJ''''^ Central A\p .BEAXfTIFUI, 3-ROOM FURN." APT Private bath and entrance. .Ariuho n. NOUSES FOR SALE " 1?5RWALK iS Ai »e AfN?; • " LARGE rAMIi ..Y? SEE THIS! Beautiful older home in the nteest residential section of Norwalk Spotless. In and out. 4 bedrooms and lavator.v up. I bedroom, bath, kitchen, dining room, and 28-ft. liv- InR room with fireplace down Oarage and flfix230-ff. shad.v lot $13,B00. 31, LOTS FOR SALE fld FT. LOTS ON MARSHALL AND SCHILLER AVES Water and Gas Available JOE AUERBACH PHONE R2n ifnines, Farms, Bu.-slness Properties Associate Mead Really 32. LAKE AND RiSORf fROFBRtT GRAND PORKST BRACH BRAND NEW 3-bedroom, .vearj around home, full basement. gi\ 41, AUTOMOilLE TIRES, MRTS ACCESSORIES Save on ALLSTATE BATTERIES SEARS Rat th» Batter.? for Kver.T Make of^ Car Biif or Truck LIOALS Plont.v of extras with tliis ONE FLOOR 3-BEDROOM Several, nearly new, under .?I (i.000 inquire 502 E. Monroe St JfURmSHED^ APARTMENt 31.1 Franklin St. _lncj,_334 E. WashinRion T-SOOM APT. with 2 bedrooms, unfurnished. Eureka Apis. Ph or B17 W. VVashlnRlon St. 1 to 5 p.m. LOW£rt furnished apt. XarRe living room with one bedroom. Private entrance. Slii W. Jeffcr.snn St. l-Bl!iDfl6 (5M "TTQITSE. centrally' lo: catcd. on bus line. Gas he .Tl >dult«, 1 child. Box E -17, this 3 ROOMS AND BATH COTTAGE. UNFXTRN. $nH ^ P*}ono_ r>H20 WOTUHNlSHEb T-rooin and pViTatei bath. Uptown Adultii Phone' 984 ;CALL SMALL, upper aemi-furnlshed. 1 or, and 2 adults. Good location. Phone i 5349-W NEARLY NEW 2-BEDROOM HOME Basement, garaRC, large lot, .HIO.ROO. TEN ACRES—MODERN HOME "R'' At west edge of Norwalk Real "onic. buy. .$,3,800. $2,000 will handle this j .NIGHTMAN'S GROVE YEAR AROUND cotlase with bath, well, o.vtrn lot , JEAN KELLAR A. W. M'DONALD. Re.iltor i Clyde 9187 81 E Main SI . Nnrwalk Ph 2-.'"i04 ,T Sanford Renlry _ 3§, BOUTS AND ACCESSORIES ISANTA " CI.AUS Is here We are iKivinR away new lO.'i,') Evlnrude VETERANS WHY PAY RENT when at 'hfSP prices while they you can buv this 4 bedroom hike- '^'^ horsepower Evinrude. elec- front home with onlv about $2 ..'->nO ""i'' starter, was $532. now $44»_ down? VA appraised this proper- y^^'";''^'' ft, ^''^i^" """'/'I'^ ty Bl $12,300 which Is the seniuR i\P„'•^•'"••''<''' ^'^'''•'J^y'"' ^7'' *239. now price. Quick pos.session. ^ '^P ITS NEW and vacant, has 3 bedrooms, large li\ing room. ultra modern kitchen, \''; tiled bnlhs. benuliful stone lirepl.ice willi marble hearth, attached RnraRC, gas furnace Sign 24f> Huron- IAN ORDINANCE NO: ORDINANCE FOR !5240-C THE LEVY OUR YELLOW SIGNS MEAN A-1 BUYS MENTAL DEPT AFTER 22 OF 150-MILLiONS Avery Rds. VA loan available SIGN 210 just snvith of Rognrt on Caniphell a new 2 -l)cdroom bnnic with large living rf)otn. dining room: bedrooms are 11x12 and 12x12: (ixl8 utility room, gas furnace: oak floors: nttachrd garage. Price $17,000. US to see other properties In near Sandusky. ixmim STIERHCFF BROS, Phone 8323 WEST WATER ST., third floor suite, with living room, bedroom, kitchen, bath. Rent S40 month. Call h J Dietrich, Realtor, Ph. 2508. 2 Apts. at Wayne and Madison Sis.- FOR COUPLE ONLY On* partly furnished, one unfurnished. Both newly decorated, tiled bath, heat and TV antenna fur- ni»hed. f90 montti. Phone 48 to 5 p. m. phone 288.5 after 7 p. m. LXRGlt Tt&OM. CooS7 sleep. Coiiple'. »7. 610 W. Market. See Powers. 305 E. Washington. LOWER new 3 -rni. furn. apartriient. Good location. Phone Huron 4931 if -ROOM furnished. Private "bath and entrance. Working couple preferred. 218 McDonough St. f^TRGd'MS and~bath. Neatly fii'r- niahed. Can be seen at 439 Cove St._after 6 p. m. Ph. 5353.^ feMALL furnisKeH apt. Eivihg room, bedroom, dinette, kitchen and bath. Automatic heat. Automatic washer and dryer. Children limited to small bab.v. Mercer's Applianct Store, phone Huron 3101. H. J. DIETRICH. Realtor Ohio Theater Bldg.. Sandusky 2508 5 ROOMS AND BATH, 2 bedrooms. gas, furnace. Good condition. _Many exlras. $10,500. Ph. ,575(i-W MODERN 6-rocm nome in Castnha 4 miles from Ford Plant If you have property for sale, list it with J. W HUDSON 310 Tiffin Ave. 1075 or 040-.I Have large waiting list COME TO BELLEVUE SEE WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL BUY HAVE four newer ranch l.ype homes. 3 and 3 bedrooms, basement or garage with them All can be financed by either G I or FM.A FOR a larger family, why not look: at one of these older three or four bedroom homes with ptent.v of room. All in good condition. FOR a couple, I have a nice 2 -bedroom home, full basement. ALSO, farms and other fine homes in the vicinity of Bellevue, and $17!) You save SiiO 3 hp Evinrude iLiglil-Win, was SI47. now .*I17 You save SM Here's your chance to buy a fine Xmas present at a real savings These are brand new motors and carry a full 1-year written guarantee. A small deposit will lay one aivny. and we can give you a gift ccrlificnle for the Kmrnt tree i GEM BOAT SERVICE Gem Terr.ice llcnch On Catawba Island, Port Clinton. Ohio Open daily and Sundays; 0 a m to 5 p m PAY DOWN NOW while prices 'are reduced until Jan. I Get delivery in spring on any boat, Marine Paint. 718 Hancock SI , " in--THEY ARE HKRE --5fi •The most famous names in outboard- ing The all new 14, in fL: 18 It. THOMPSONS, longer, wider and deeper for '5(i and the famous MERCURY motors in Ihe 20 hp HURRICANE. 30 hp TURBO lour and 40 hp THUNDERBOLT four A lour is bound to be better, more powerful, smoother. c|Uieler. more economical, the only electrics with built-in generator. A \ailable in all colors of the rainliow. Place your order now for spring deliver.v. The new MAS- TF:HCRAFT Trailers for '5fi will be here soon. See them a1 your friendly ioulboard dealer. Do Your Kiuas .Shopping Here Open Daily Till 9 MOTOR EQUIPMENT SALES. INC. 1720 Mills Kt Phone 4787 CINTURT BOATS HACKER -CRAn CRUISERS Yacht Insurance HURON MARINE PARK 422 Huron St Huron, O. COI-UMBUS, Dec. 1 (INS) — riie slate Mental H.vglt 'ne and Cor rectioii department has asked for i 22-million-dollar bUe for ne.xl .vea iiionc out of the ISfl-million-dolla huikling bond is.siie approved at Ih polls. Department Director .John I). Porlerlield and state Finance Di rector John Wilcoxon spent half a da.^- with Governor Laiische Thiirs da.v at the mansion before coming up with a priority list of department pro.jects. Bui of tlie total, almost l,i million would be spent on menial in- AND COLLECTION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE LIGHTING OF STREETS AND Ol HER PUBLIC PLACES IN THE CITY OF SANDUSKY. OHIO, REPEALING ORDINANCE NO. 5213-C PA.SSED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF SANDUS KY. OHIO. ON OCTOBER 24. 1055 AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY, WHEREAS, il is deemed necessary in order to provide for the immediate preservation of the public health and safety to light the streets and other public places in the City and to levy special assessments for same, and in order to provide for the dally operation of municipal de- partinents, the City Commission ofij,,im((„„ $4 „30o '^000 on new prison the City of Sandusky finds that an:, , , , .... emergency now exists regarding the! facilities and about $.\ million on same and deems it advisable to de-'two projects tmder the deparl- clare Ibis Ordinance to be an emer- i^ipn''s juvenile division gency measure to lake elfect Imme-: Ai,i,o,,,r|, .here has been men- diatelv upon its adoption, NOW i /*iuioiif,ii tntre nas oeen men THEREFORE tion of building more mental hos- HE IT ORDAINED BY THE ciTYpitp.l facilities in other parts of Srn;^'"^TTR\°i^: .s.a.c, the 19,% piwity list FOURTHS OF ALL MEMBF;RS i''al's f"!" ""'-V ""^ "P^*' instilulion, a ELECTED THERETO CONCUR-: reformatory at Lebanon for LWO in- RfNOi mates. Section 1. That a special as.sess- AI)0Ul •$.'^0 million out of tile .$l,SO ment for pari of Ihe cost and ex-. , .„ ^;i„i,i„' .„ t^r- ii«v.nr,r, ,1,. million iTi bonds w I be avai able pense to provide for lighting Ihe , , . streets, alleys, docks, wharves, piers, j next year and apparently the de- public roads, places, or parts there-j pfulmcnt will seek lo get most of of, in the City of Sandusky, Ohio, n ; be and it hereby is levied and as-! ' j , i • »i ' sessed upon all the lots and lands | Also supposed to share in the in the Cit.\- of Sandusky, Ohio. aii|bon<* money are the six slate lini-j of which lots and lands are specially versities, the stale Public Wofksi benefited by surb lighting. deoartnirnl state Aoiiciilfnrp He-' Section 2 That such special a.s- "tP-llUtKnt, State A„llCUUUre (le ; sessmeni shall be by a percentage ofiparimcnt and the state F.ducation the tax value of Ihe property as- department acting on behalf of ini- sessed and .shall be at the rate I proverishcd school districts. j 25 mills lor each one dollar valua-,' i .1 • -.• • lion, which amm.nts to 2 5 cents tori However, only the universities in- each one hundred dollars valuation, idicaled they would be able to come C\QM LOCAL and TELEGRAPH MARKETS STOCKS KD(;K HIGIIER NKW YORK (UP) — Slocks edged upward .slightly In moderately active dealings today. Gains, however, were very small. A number of Issues held at their previous clo.se. Metals a? 1 steel shares led the modest advance. Stocks & Bonds YORK (UPl— Noon slock IN THK BAG-— A(ll;ii Slevcn- son, announced candidate for t he Democratic presidentinl nomination in" ,'ifi, brings home the limit of four after a day of duck hunting at .Jerome. Ark. Stevenson is expected to resume gunning for the opposition after his week-end in the field. iNI-lA Telephoto'. Clyde. JEAN KELl,AR Clyde 9187 Sanford Realty MODERN furnished 3 -room apartment. Near center of town. Pri- _ vate. Call 5403. MOVING—STORAGE liillott Transfer, Storage • ' Local and Long Distance b.V owner ModTern 7- house in West End, will carr.v mortgage. Inquire 932 Hayes Ave FOR SALKlBToWt^TTli^Z-sihFy brick and block building Office garage and work room down StricH.v modern apt above Suitable for small business Selling _J )elow cost. 1215 Huntington Ave BROWN'S 21^ StOMRN NOUIES FOR lENT furnished^ unfurnished or 3 -bedroom one floor house. Mansfield and Grand Forest, Huron, O See or call Norwalk 3-3632 or a-0131 4-BEDROOM HOME with oil furnace. Furnished. $75 per month imtil June. Marshall's Cottage. Xatherine Rudyk, Broker, Rye Beach. 4tb ROOMS furnished, Insulated, now available, seasonal, year around. Colonial Villa, Stop 155 Lake Rd., Huron, O. It. OFFieES, STORE ROOMS, GARAOES FOR RENT STOAE BUlLDINCTIfor rent. 1840 sq ft. at 607 E. Monroe St. Phone 2409 -W after 5 p^ m. 21. WANTED TO RENT California Homes VENICE HEIGHTS Mile west of Sandusky, Rts. 2 and 6. Hand.soine 3-bedroom, full basement ranch homes, ,$16,100 without carport, .$16,900 with carport. Exclusive Sales Agents Kelly & Disbrow Realtors Salesman, Reg Stadlmiller 316 W. Market St. Phone 7.57 1956 Lyman Outboard on display. The new 18' Outboard Runabout. Also new 18' Inboard Runabout Some models 195fi .Johnson Motors NEW 21 ft. 1955 Chris Craft outboard cruiser. Here's a low cost roomy plywood cruiser affording complete cabin facilities and with Ihe look of action in every line. See this oulsliiruling boaing value NOW. USED .JOHNSON MOTORS 2—1955 25 hp electric $375 1 — 1955 25 hp Hand Pull ... $.'^25 2—1955 10 hp Johnson $225 Be the fir .^t to own a new (Holid.iy flronze) Johnson. Orde. .vour motor now for spring delivery for as little as 10';. down. We alsi have a complete stock of parts for all Johnson Motors. Buy your motor where you can get service. Brown's "Boats" Inc. Foot of Columbus Ave.^ Sandusjcy FOR RENT BOAT WELL 4ta Anderson St. v.w.,. her Hollywood home. Section 3. That the cost of iight-;„p ^.jth their plans in short order,! I,a Rosa Leavina- Cadence i^f^;" 'el^r:^'clr i^giTing P -atler of days, 1 The wonderful ,woa-ld of TV: not paid for by the special assess-; The Education department is ,)eriy l.ou .Jane, the O-.veni-oUl ment levied herein shall be paid working on a list of school building j dnugliter of .Tanis Paige on CHS- projects which may require somejTV's "It's Always .)au," recently shall be for the years 1955 and 195B time to compile, and shall be certified by the Clerk of! Mental H.vgiene and Corrections NEW orices: American Can American Tobacco Armeo Steel Armour At Co B O RR Hendix Aviation Bethlehem Steel Crysler Motors Columbia Gas CJreyhound Corp Gulf Oil Corp lull Harvester Montgomery 'Ward r^Jalional Dairy >Jew York Otilral Pennsylvania HR .'hilco Corp ."•ullman i^ure Oil ilandard Oil Cal itaiidard Oil liid .itiiiuiard Oil N J ;iudcbaker-Packard .... e.vas Co ! S Steel ,VesUngh ()Use F.lec ..'heeling Steel ,\'oolvvortb .Stores I'lirnishcd liy Hache Admiral Urislol Myers Case Uow Clicmical General Tire Ctlidden Intl Paper I,ear Inc., com Shell Standard Oil Ky Sun Oil Thompson Prod 48'i HI i.j 54 17'i, 4 (1'a 54 14 i (i :r, 9n-<, 14L, 84ii .10 •'4 95:l„ 4.1 4 25-'„ 34'„ 7nfl 37'„ 90''„ 50 I , 148:'„ I I 'n 1 1 'i \ j 57 '..i 58 i„ i 49 '!8 ' Rural, City Mark§!f Grade Grade Grade Small LOCAI R(;ot A large while A large brown ... A medium Elavators «ftc 41 r 3ec WHAT rARMtRS MRF PAID Ccnirai trU Sappier * Rtavator Wheat SI 9f! New ear corn .... Sl.iiU Shelled corn No. 2 ?! 12 Oats fi2c New soybeans I U Cl«T«land Eggs, Poultry Prices to retailers Including U S grades delivered A large while 02- ri4r; brown (tl-(i3c, med while 53-5i;( . I brown 51-55c; small A white apfl i brown 38-40c; large B while 53 -.'if)i'. brbwn 53-55r. Prices paid delivered extras min ()0 per^i-ent A quality, large white 49-52c, brown 49-50c, med white 45-4nc, brown '15-4(ic. Prices paid at farm in Ihe northern Ohio areas for No. 1 qualll.v fryers 2 ':,-4 lbs 17-20c; hens, heavy type lB-23c; hens, light type 10-13e; lurke.vs heavy type, young hens 33-34e; young loms 27'2Rc; Iryers, roasters in lbs and under 29-300. on TOLKIIO (;KAIN TOLEDO (UP)— Cash grain track Toledo rule basis nominal WHEAT—No 2 soil red .$2.1(1-2.19. soft white .?2 23-2 24. CORN-NO. 2 yellow :;.1 ,2 !M30. OATS—No 2 white. 73-71 SOYBEANS-No. 1 vellow 47 Co. . . 2|-!„ 32 . . 18';. . . ,5fi U . . H2-'„ . . 38', . . IIP, 7-„ fl2 5.') •„ 71 53 I $2.25. Bitterest Cold Of Season Bites Most Of Nation for by the City of Sandusky, Ohio Section 4. That such assessment is due to receive about 75 million or half the total issue over a five- On The Air 2-FAMILY, near business section of Monroeville. Being sold to settle an estate. Immediate occupanc.v lower apt. Call Armstrong & Myers, 2101 Monroeville. O. a -~OR 4-ROOM LOWER APT. OR HOUSE, where dog will be welcome. Call 151 OR. JlODERN unfurn. home, at least ,3 bedrooms, for family. In Sandusky area. No pets. Contact Wm. Green. Ford Motor Co. office, Ph 6B10 Ext. 13. ai -A. SUBURBAN FARMS. ACREAQE FOR SALE W NIMS, RlALtOB HOMES and FARMS Bellevue, Ohio. Phone 3-32fi4 Carl 90 Cattanach, Realtor Norwalk, O. or 2 -t)71l Woodlawn, Ph. 3-9591 SI. NOUSES FOR SALE TOR SALE and built by owner on Dietrick St. New 3 -bedroom home, tile kitchen, dinette and bath Built in gas range and stove Hot •water baseboard heat. Call at ^ejid of 1600 Dietrick St PRICE REDUCED 619 Neil St. Living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedrooms and tile bath, hardwood floors, partial basement, hot water gas furnace, storm windows and screens and screened in porch. Two car garage. Priced lo sell. Prospect Street Living room, dining looiii, bedroom, kitchen and bath do\Mi. 2 bedrooms up, g.is heat, \'cneii;ui blind.s, storm windou.s and arreens. Immediate possession. Only SR.T.-SO 636 Rockwell St. 1 stor>'. 5 room frame home. New roof. Venetian hliiids, gas floor furnace, garage. $8.9.^0.00 We need more listings In San- dusk.v and surrounding area. Many listings never gel in the paper. Call Roye W. Ballah Caslalia 5-5937 George E. Moore vSandusk.\- (i920 ErieCountylnvestmentCo "The Old Reliable" REAI. ESTATE - INSURANCE 16U K JiVaihinRton Row^ I'b J870 "GRAHAM AGENCY' _234l /2 Columbus Ave. ' Clarence F Noi'tz Insurance & Real Estate Broker 010 W NEW 1955 EVINRUDES Fully Guaranteed by Evinrude ,3—1955 New 7'i hp $20P 2—1955 New 15 hp $300 2—J955 New 25 hp elec $470 USED EVINRUDE MOTORS Reconditioned and Guaranteed 2—1954 25 hp elec. start $325 1—1953 25 hp $2fi0 I—1952 25 hp with controls $235 Smaller hp motors $27 50-$150 See our slock of New & Used Boats SANDUSKY BOAT CO. E. WashlnRton and Meigs St». Sandusky. Ph _29()6 37. HOUSE TRAILERS 30-ET, 19,51 NEW MOON : 3" rooms and balh, excellent condition. May be seen at Swartz Trailer Court, Bellevue. Ohto or phone 2-7()60. 24 HOUR BOTTLE GAS SERVKrE"' Ohio House Trailer Service Co New and Used Sales I'erkins at Columbus .'Vve. Ph, 1881 NO-FREEZE stick-on heatinK tapes, prevents frozen water line 444 W Perkins Ave. Trailer Park TRAILER FOR RENT~ Utilitiei furn Laundry Perkins Ave Trailer Court, 444 VV Perkins Ave VVIIEN you see our Mobile Homes and Kct our prices then you will know why our ciistomera rccom- this Commission lo the Count.v Auditor, a.s provided b.v law, to be placed by him on the tax duplicate, and collected as other taxes are l.vear period, subject to the approval collected. of three agencies, Section 5. Notice of passage of this ordinance shall be by publication once a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper of general circulation in the said City of Sandusky, Ohio. Section fi. That Ordinance .No. 5213-C passed by the City Commission of the City of Sandusky, Ohio, on the 24th day of October, 1955, be and the same Is hereby repealed. Section 7. That for the reasons set forth in the preamble hereof. Ordinance is tiereby declared to be an emergeiic.v measure and shall take effect and be in full force from and after its adoption and due authentication b.v the President and Clerk of the City CommlsBion. RICHARD B. FULLER, President of the City Commission .ATTEST: C. F. BREINING. Clerk of the City Commission PASSED; December 5. 1955. dec_9-lf)_ ORDINANCE NO."5241-C AN ORDIN.^NCE DETERMINING TO PROCEED WITH THE IMPROVEMENT OF PUTNAM STREET FROM PIERCE STREET NORTH TO THE NORTH LINE OF LOT 475 PUTNAM STREET BY THE CONSTRUCTION OF A WATER MAIN AND SANITARY SEWER THEREIN IN THE CITY OF SANDUSKY, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary, in order to provide for the immedi- ( I.EVELAND st"<ks: American Tele .'\VCO C O RR Cleveland Elec Hum Firestone General Electric , . received a mailed marriage pro- General Motors . ., losal from a gentleman in thoGoodrich , Ozraks . . . .(ulius La Rosa is Sl"",^''""'"'"' Medusa National Gypsum . . (INS)—Latest sale leaving Cadence Records, the firm run by maestro Archie Bleyer, and is negotiating Coral. Janetle Davis, the—sdiiger on the Arthur Godfrey show. Ohio Edison wilhjOhio Oil I Republic Steel Scott Paper Sohiff camo ;Toledo Edison IVv lMTi;i) PKIvS.S The bitleie .sl eold wa\e of the j season cliillcd tiie iiatioii from the i'.'icilic ,N'orlln\CKl ID the southern Kaslcrn .Seaboard loda>. ' Tile cold waNC siircad out Iroin la killer bli/zaicl that l .'i .^hcd C 'aii- ."iii <,, ; ada and the SIKIW iuul it c weie 4(,i'B; bl.-imed for al least niiii.' deaths in Ithe two countries. No .sales Near-blizzai'ds were blamed 5;i for deaths in South Dakota and 51)'^ 1 Indiana and icy roads killed two IVH'n 3H'.„ 79 ale preservation of the public health' and safet.v to construct a water main and sanitary sewer in Putnam Street from Pierce Street North to Ihe North Line of Lot 475 Putnam Street, the City Commission of the City of Sandusky finds that an emergency now exists regarding Ihe same and deems it advi.sable lo declare this Ordinance lo be an emergency measure to take effect immediately upon its adoption, NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF SANDUSKY, OHIO, (THREE- FOURTHS OF -"ALL MEMBERS ELECTED THERETO CONCURRING). Section I. That it is hereby determined 10 proceed with Ihe improvement of Pulnaii) Street trom Pierie Street North lo the North Line ol Lot 475 Putnam Street by the con- By WILLIAM EWALD i United Press Staff Correspendent * * • NEW YORK, Dec. 16—The channel swim . . . Funniest story of the week centers around psychologist Joyce Brothers, the blonde boxinir expert who won 64 G's on "The $64,000 Question."' Seems that despite a heavy cold, she turned up for an interview on a Chicago station. Thr< fellow who was doing the interview asked her hubby, Dr. Milton Brothers, if he was doing an.vthing for his wife's cold. "I've reassured her," replied Brothers, "that there's nothing that can be done for a cold." Immediately after his statement, the commercial came on —for a cold tablet. j Perry Como took off immedi- i ately after his Saturday telecast last week for Boca Raton, Fla. Perry, been able to gel out on the links only twice in the past; eight weeks, whomped the white ball silly on his vacation. Boufi:ht Home For Dad If you look real close Ed Murrow visits Kim Novak in Chicago at her parent's house on "Person To Person" tonight, you'll notice an old beat-up couch in the living room. Kim bought the house a couple of months ago. It's about one-half down with an intestinal ailment West Virginia Pulp and missed a couple of morning jVoungstown s T shows this week . , . Lili Palmer | , has told Maurice Evans she'll flv iBan:"" RubbeV'"''"" to New York from London nil's jKrie Resistor March to do "The Taming Of The! Rand Development i Shrew" with him on NBC-TVs iOhio Tele "Hallmark Hall Of Fame, sereis.' And a word from Tennessee Ernie of CBvS: "An optimist is a man who thinks his wife has .s opped smoking cigarets when he finds cigar bulls around the house." Bid 1 (1 15 12 11 28 34 49 «7 47 14 :'4 45 U 97 U Asked IH 11 I7ij 14 31 Fete Bride-elect At Shower In Flat Rock BELLEVUE. Dec. 16 — Miss Dawn Ebersole was hostess at ncr Flat Rock home for a pre- uuplial shower honoring Miss Suzanne O'Dell, Republic, bride-elect of William Mohr, Attica, The couple will be married Dec. 26 and the only bride's attendant will be Miss Ebersole. ! GRAI.V FLTURES CHICAGO (INSI—-Wheat futures opened !o to 'jC higher today and rye was unchanged to ',/C up. Other grain and soybean futures were Ktead .v lo fractionall.v lower. Corn and oats were unchanged lo i„c lower and soybeans unchanged lo I., c off. The prices: WHEAT—Dec, 2n9 ''fl; Mar, 20RU- 3«: Mav 204; July 194',. COR.M—Dec. 124''„; Mar. 129"'«; May 1323 .,--8; July 134I<-'B ; Sept. 132'.,. OATS—Dec. fiS^B-'i:; Mar. 64ig- '•.;; May 64-()4'B ; July 6215. RYE—Dec. 115: March 118; May US'.,-'!.; July lUi'4, SOYBEANS—New. Jan. 236':,; March 239 '.-•:;'. May 239 '.,-^4; July 23(j'.,; Sept. 220>„. LIVESTOCK (lames were played with awards| ... ,^ , „ , . . _ , , n •, ii; Waldock Packing (.0., Dec. 16 going to Mrs. Ivan Reiter, .Miss; cATTLE A CALVKS—Top pric. Beverly Wetzel and Miss Edna p.jtj for cattU and c«lv«» tyery da.y I Kapp. All awards were given to Phona J50 if you hava fat cattle a golf bug who has honored guest. want our little short when read.T for market and ... ,,,1 T, buyer to look at them i Guests were: Mrs. Ivan Reiter. | HOGS —Steady. UiO-iBO, $10.25- jMiss Cleo Reiter, Miss p:dna Kapp.jii 25: I8O-230, $11.50; 230-250, .$10.75 Mrs. Grover Neikirk, .Mrs, Burdell 250-3oo, $9,25-10; 300-400, $0.25- Waire, Republic; Mrs, Carl Rey- ^'^iJ^J^t'^^,^'^, p,, nolds and Miss Jean Reynolds,; ,jpon arrival Prtvalling pricai paid Blocmville; Mrs. John Grubb, Miss persons in Pennsylvania and (uie in VVi,'-;consin. In Canada' the prairie fuov- inces were digging out from one of the worst blizzarrl.s in tiieir iiistory. There were four per.sons known dead and hope du4ndlcd for a farmer and laborer missing since Monday. The mas.^ive liee/,o bit all the way lo southea.sl i-oaslal .ilules and parts of the Gulf Coast eiirly today. The below freezing line stretched wcstw.'ird acrass the country, including most ol Oregon, Washington, and Nevada. Sub-zero readings which Included an icy 48 below in Montana 'l'hur.«day, eased siiwhtly in the nation's north today. Onl.v the upper Mi.s.sissippi Valley shivered in below-'zero lompera- tiires, but in other iiarls of the country it was still the coldc-t, weather of the season. A five to eight inch snow blanket buried mo.st of northern Ohio as sub-fre(>zing ami- peratures continued to grip the stale. The weather bureau, however, predicted an end lo the wintry bla.-^t by Saturday when southwesterly winds will pUsb temperatures lo higli.s of between 25 and —some 10 or 20 decrees above today's e.xpected highs. Beverly Wetzel, Mrs. Earl Ebersole, Flat Rock and Mrs. Elmer Martin, Bellevue. men.! u, and our compeM.ora -n-j ^J-';-^^|;:;-J; ^ deiun us PARK'S TRAILER SALES 5 miles south of Norwalk. Rt 250 -13 3T-A. TRUCKS — TRAILERS _ FOR ' RKNT or contract. ' 1 'i'-ton stake body truck with driver. \Vrite Box E-15. this paper. GOOD USSD TRUCKS Sanf^uskv Equipment Co. 2(102 Venice Road Phone 4»4fl Washington St Phone , 1 27 ; 33. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE llOWKLLS AND liEARF Keaitoii ^'(IMK SKK MY CAH A cleiu, .St U (leh;ikcr .Sport C'cuipe. (i2ti KKI.LKY BLOCK, MILAN OHIO Phone Milan 8-3H24, Huron 4747 J P Sliert. Milan B-2321 Alberta Moore. Milan 0-2,'i02 R N lleare, Milan U-3(141 Ralph F Koch liisuranc<>—Realtor .MoiiMie St Phone 4.5'Jl '53 De- I'alur .St niter 5 [i m 1955 CIlKVHOl.K'r DKLRAY I ''iili\- <'(|uippcil. Low mileage. \'i'r\ icisonahle, I'h. 4fi4() 1022 W WILLARD A MEYER Inaurance and Real <>32 F. Jefferson St WM. I. LUNDY, RKAl.TOH Phone ^f>H) l>l.':i Reese SI Don .1. Shalfcr. Salesman "WRITE us KOR INl'ORMA'I'ION ON NEW I'HA HO.MKS P O Box 122H BY OWNER .$19,000 4 bedroom ranch t.\ pe home .lliii Wyandot Place, Old Hnniestciul ^•ach Carpeted, «oixi-Durniin; fire frJace, lile hath, ulility room. bi'a''h privileges. For appoiiitnu iit phone tluron 41124 IfCiBLIC welcome. HOMK.S Ol'l.X Sbnday. Uth itnd IHth liom L> i.> |iC.' m. Smith Suhdivi.'^ion. Siuiili i,\ M.atjruder Hosijit.:il on l-'ulioii Si . Port C^liMton. Ohio Two hoimr. pisi completed 3 bedrooms, uilti iiiair. fib ]dern t'eatiire!.. :S H V FRKDKniCK Re..ll..i 116 W, Second St Plume :;-,'i74 :t Port CiniKiii, <)liii> NEW TRI-LEVKl. HOME WITH AIR CONDITlOM.Ni; BREEZEWAY AND CAHPOHl Carpeted Living Room 3 Lovely Bedrooms Dining Room. Recreation Hooiu Kitchen with Built-in Oven Built-in Bath and Lavulory Basement, Laundry A QUALITY HOME D £SICN£D FOR GRACIOUS LIVING ARRANGE TO SEE IT Telephone 1870 ErieCo u n l \' I n \ • t^s l m t'li t C o HEALTcfc Estate lliokei Phone .'1731) BERT MARTEN I REAl rS'lAl'E BROKKIt • lull W Madison St I 'lione iUU Ooo. J. Oswaltl Picaltoi j . 424 4L'nd St Phiiiu- -.'/JMi Alta Dildmo Barnes Real Eitate Broker—Insoraiue 70!/ H;in<-oi-k Kt I'linne 7:(() 1. E. OMMEHT REAL hST.ATK BROKIH 514 I)e\\e,\ ,Si I 'lione ^.'idH JOHN "Jack" WIELEAT i ASSOCl .A 'I 'I-: S.AI .ESM.V.N' J A Heike, Blokcr S'enniliuii IJ lilaiu-li Ottice .'1(14 U Xiiaiii!. St SandusK\ (lluo I 'll IHtili PASCOE AGENCY I.NSHHANCK Rl-.'^l !• STATE 3111 WashiOMloo HIdr Ptioiie lliil Joe Bschorr, .•\a(.oeiate Ph JIPUII W EIJKE O'.MAEEEY KF:AI rsT,->iTF BHDKKH :i5 Veais in Krai llsiale ,V Buildint; 501 I'eiiti.ii Aw Ph 67811 1),.'. nl IfM- Palru'ia H Wolfe Re. 11 f ;s !Aie .Aijeoc \ 3.14 .Mam Si I'li.uu- lliinm fi7 LI L. A SCHEEL—Realtoi Pht^ie 1452-M 14 16 Wayne Si 'OSTER CHEVROLET 1521 ri.KVELANn AVE. I'llO.V'E Ii3(lil UniCK Riviera 2-ill •quipped. Will .sell lo 'all lilii) anvtiini' with Resolution No. H83-C passed by the City Commission of the City ol Sandusky. Ohio, on October 31, 1955, and in accordance with the plans, specificnlioiis, proliles and estimates heretolore approved and now on file in the office of the Director of Public Service of the City. Section 2, That all claim* for damai;es resulting therefrom shall 'be judicially inquired into after the: completion of the proposed im- proveiiiciits. Section 3 Th/il the entire cost of ;said improvement less one-t iftielh; j thereof and Ihi' cost of iiiterseclions ' ishall be a .sfiehsed hv the Iroiil fool 'upon tlie toilDwin^ de .srrilie <l lots', and lands .tn-wit All lots and lands hiuindiiiH and alinllinv! upon the proposed iiiipruv eiiiriit, hieh said lois and laiul.s are lieiehs- deter-; nimed 10 lie .spe >'iall.\' Tienelited by AW Power said inipro\ iMiieiil. and the cost of best offer said improvement sliall iiuiude the lexpenses ot ttu' preliminaiw and 1, kee Railroad where her rind works and eompletel.v refurnish-; ed it. That is. exeept for the eoiich—Kim's mother refused to part with it. The sponsor of CBS-TV's "The People's Choice" is unhapp.v and may drop the Jackie Cooper series . . . anoth-^r CBS-TV series, "Wanted," also is reported to be riinninji into sponsor troubles. T'le rewards of fame: Mrs. Ethel Park Hicharilson, who won SI00-000 on "The Big Surprise' last f" turday has been asked b.v Sears-RoebiK'k if they can run a pieUire of her in their next Air Force Says It Has No Plans To Sell $25 Jeeps on da.y or delivery No hogi recaived on Friday and Saturda.y No yardage or commiiiion charfai CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO (INSi — HOCJS—14.000; steady: early lop SI2: bulk S!l.50-11.75; heavy $0-0.75;: medium $0.50-10.50; liHht .SIO.50-12.1 liHhl lights $7,50-10.50; packing sows' S7,5(l-<l.25; pi|;s—^13-8.50. ' CATTLE-liOO, steady; calves 100;' ch and prime steers $21-24,50; com-' mon and ch $15-21: yearlings $15-' $24,50; heifers $13-22; cows $9-11,50; lUP) '['[-le fbulls $10-15,25; calves $15-2fi; feeder it 1 -1 • on'•'^'^'•''^ $15-10; stocker s-teers $15-21; U lias no ^jj^^j, heifers $8-10. for $2.51 DAYTO.V, Dec. 16 Air Force toda.v said plans to sell new jeeps lor 1 SHEEP—500. steady; choice and each. Iprime iambs $17.75 -1 (150; com to ch The announcement was made :*''''-'^ ^''^ yearlings $10-15 50; ewes at the Air Materiel Command headf|ua rters *3,50-7, al Wrimht-Piltler- CLEVELAND LIVESTOCK son field because of numerous telephone calls from all inc :the country inquiring about the sale. A spokesman said he had no idea how the rumor .^larted. lie il mav he some kind of a calaloK. Mrs. Hichard.son once I'"'''^^f' . r ferred to the catalog on the :Coniidence racke . He san he understood one local induslTial been 2 I'ON'I'IAC. (i-e,\|, 4-dr . 2-loiie: other .sui\evs and ol printing and ,Miv lU diaiiKiIu-, $780, See at ' publi-slimH tlie nntiees. and Ihe cost Mill Mei'Cmlo', or phone 2052-\V Dorr Co 3 !i :i7 full,\ Chevrolet ! (iood Selection ol l,I»ed Cart 'At Tr,iffic l,i>;ht Milan O Ph 41H1 11A lili'TOI'S" ' ' We have a seleetinii ol 7 lo einnise trom late model I'lin I i.us. .Mel i 'iir \ .s, etc vjr Al.TTV MOTOHS, l.\C liml Clei. I'land lid I'hoiie S.'iItL' WOHK MOTORS U II I.VS-NASH 4;tO h. Market St Pll i;),".i Mi :mi 'i ;v i-dooi s.-d.tn. e<)iiip|u d :th (Mill miles ih.iiall> lie,111 I1U12 W WasbiiiB- li .M Si I'h i:'i:(il \V ISi .'i ) TOUl) \- H J-do,,r T'.iiii.ine Club .Sedan T. lom.it le, uvn-loiie, while siile\\alK «. seelUiu eoiidilioii Ph ('.i-.i.di.i 1 .iijio .iiier ;i p III \'olks\\a'.;en S,\l ;• S ,v ST'HVH'K 1 ril i|( ,S \ I 11 line I'llOlU* 1^1,.1 lM.\'Mi)l"Tll I 'iMiibi .i.ik sedan il .is hern ri iinpli 1 li \ ii \el'hauled lie. Hi ui-idi ,md .ml \>i leasnii- .,h;i ,i|!.r lelu.-.ed L' 1 :i K M.'irkl-t I PORTER l'"ORD CO .\ii II1 hi'ii/cd .Milan Ohio Vou Saiulii.sk V Cord Dealer Phoi.r tt 3263 nl const met ittii to >;eIher \vlth interest oil bonds Issued m a 111leipatmn id the eolUHiinii ol deleired assessments and all other neeessais expenditures. Section 4 'Thai Ihe asse .s.siiu 'iits so to be levied lor saul Water Mam and .S.iiutar .N .Si'\Ner sli .ill lie paid in tea aiimial msialtmeiits \^llh interest on delerred p.i,\ ini'ilts al a rate not e \eeedin^ sis peieent per .m- miiii, piiivided. lliat 1 he owner nl ,iii>' piopert.\ assessed ma\. at his optiiMi. such asse -.snieiil 111 cash uilhin sistv davs trom .iiHi alter exeep-^"^'" pai 'x'tic ol ihe as,sessinn oidi- naiiee. 111 uliudi ease saul cash assessment shall iinl inelude an\ Item ol iiiteresi upon Imnds to he i-..siied 111 ant ieip ;»t iini o! tiie eulleilion t )I deleired inst.iltnienis 01 assessments .Seiiuiii 5 'That Mu* lumds id Ihe (UN id S .oulilskv, IHllii, sliaU he issued 111 a lit II ipal loll 1)1 Ihe eollee- tioil ol .isse .ssli len 1 s h'. 1 nsl .i II 1 ne III s and in .in anniimt equ.il tin relo Seii ion li 'Tli.it I lu lein .iindtt ot Ihe I 'liMie losl ol said iinpio\ eineiit not speel.ilT. .ississfd. iiulnilin,' the riisl of Ih 'ersr, lions loKilh .el with the d .onii ^'is ,i\^.irtled .iin o\\ ne: ol .idioiinot; lands ,iiid nr.eie.sl itieieon and Ihe i osi and esiiense o! ,01'. siiih au .ird, sli.ill he p. mi h\ ilie 's acU'ised be and w as Ihe also about proRram as "The Wishing Book" of rural lamilie.s. concern had "Kinfis Row" CJets Ax ijeeps would have lo "Wainer Bros. P:'esents" plans ^ehased in lots of 100 to ix lis "King's Row" series'an advance pa .Miient . . . a cahdi'iver named Louis j (luircd. Mrugniilolli, u ho teamed up with The spokesman said u imaii to win S'J.'i.OOO on Force in W'a'^hiiigtou t'n.S-T\'s 'Name That Tune" a'ported numerous calls I" nth a.uo. was so fascinated by;.sale. Ihe show that he'.s shown up for The announcement hen llie p .isl lour weeks lo sit in the auilience. Nice-\\i)Tk-if-.\(iu-caii Ket-il dep't; Dick Coogaii, who pla.\s the lead 111 CHS -rVs "Love (if Life," is taking off for Honolulu to film "Ihe Re\olt Of Mamie Stove" Willi Jane Russell . . Huster abbe will \\hii'l off .>oon, loo — 111 NiiTlii .\frica for tuiuie film- iiii.;.s of his .\B('-T\' "Caplain ti.illa'it Of 'I'he Foreign Legion." Sliii le\' Boolh has promised NHC-T\s "Alcoa Hour" thai shell appear in a sctipi called "Doilfaie" sonu'lime in l!).=>ti 31 LOTS FOR SALr I HltllDING lot m t':,isl End Pa\ed street u .ilei se^ivci ,md ^,is (Kviier uill tni .iiiee I'lione 1^14;i-W ' belort- fi jj III Robin Wood Acics ' Lois tor sale All iinpro\ in eiits Phone NoiAValk i lidlL' 100 X rsn t'l I I S Mil .-K.N Kl) VVm .1 Eund\ I '^^'.il 'or Caul Drive Overhead Uhv I'.iv foi II 194ii ('Anil.l..\C' -Idi sed.iii Nice siiape Will sell to liest cdler I'hone 2i.;l ,in\ time Allan Motor Sales Malii Si Huion PI. 4381 N Madiioii Poll Clliilon Pli .1311 40 AUTOMOBILE TIRES, PARTS ACCESSORIES t • si'il 'Tl K'l s s , - 1 . ,, M . f ; ,, ',11 ' i I . I ihlDKU i • 11' suaiiie ot hoiuls 111 tlu- inanner pi o- V ided h\ law ' Seelioii 7 Tli.il lor Ihe reasons sel loilh III the i.ir'',nnhle hereof this IJidinance is luieh\ di'el .tiA 'd III he an einei>;eiu \ ineusiuc and shall take efteei and be in lull for/e iiioiii and alti'r its adoption and line .ill I lien t leal ion by the President and Clerk ol the Cominissitui HUHAHD H Kl'Il.EH Tr -.sidi'lll ol the I':' \ I' o ' I n , I s s ! I I n \ I TI S I I !•• H R T I M M ; • rK ••' ti.> t .n l -o-:. •, - s ,.;l the pur- th.'it le- Air re- Ihe said tlu' -Mr Force had luner onered, is not offering, aiici is not llkel,\' to offer jeeps as surplus property for $'2r> each. Ag Department Buys 50 Million Pounds Pork^ Lard WASHlNirrO .N:. Dec 16 ilN'Si - 'I'he .\griciilUiTe tieparimeiil has now purchaseii iiearls ,iO tnillion, pounds of pork and Lii'd under ii.s SH.'i iiiilluin pni^T;ini to support hug pticcs. I'lii'cha.ses thi.s \^l'l'k anioiuiii'd III a leciii'ii 21 .(i49,0(U) pouiKis luaTlv (limbic ihc pic\iiiii.s largest purchase for a week. I n- der the program as oriuinalK' .111- iiDunceil. the de|)aTtiiienl .still lias A bieclicler uf Sandusky. Ohio, has about lliO million pounds lii ^O been dulN appointed Executrix ot, I'p IO now 1 he buy 1 ng program docs mil appear to lia\*' h;id C.\TTLE— 100, slow, steady; steers and heifers, prime $22,50-23 50; ,eli $20-22 50; yood $18,50-20; commercial $lt)-lB; utility $14-lfi; cows, top beet $10 50-10 75; commercial 5.10-10.'50; utility $0 -10; bulls, ch i hulchers $15-17; commercial $14-10 : CALVES—25, ste .Tdy; prime $24-' 27: eh $20-24; med .«18-20, I SHEEP AND LAMBS--IOO, steadv.; spring lambs, ch to prime $17 50-: '$18,50; med to Bood $17-18; sheep i,*2-7, I I HOtiS—200. steady; yorkers 100- 1 180 11) $10.75-11,75. mixed 180-2 :10' lb $12. 230-250 lbs $11,25; med 250- ;:UI0 Ihs $0 ,75-10 50; lieavies 300-300 lbs ,s,8 75-!)75; pi(4S and lishls $8 75-! .SKI 25 22,500 PENNSY MEN THREATEN PAY WALKOUT Security Council Seat Stalemates UN Activities UNITED NATION'S, N.Y., IX-c. 16 ikNS) — 'J'he UN Assembly winds up today by cracking the slalemale ii\er the Security council \'acancy. Deadlocked in the battle for tlie seat being vacated by Turkey are the Philippines and Yugoslavia. The 7C-nalion assembly met today for the sixth time on the i.s.sue and begins its rtOlh b.-dlot. A two-third majurit.y of thosi? present and voting is reyuircd for election. The admission lo lite U.M Wednesday of Ki new ineiubers, with South Africa bo.sciilting the -Assembly, thus raised tlie neces- saiTi' minimum from 40 to aO or 51. 'i'he .Manila governnieiU led Ihe Yugo,sla\s in the iircv loiis voliiig b.\' an impressive ma,niril>'. The Philipiiines jKilled ',};i vote.s al the last assemljly voting session on Dec. I). British su|ipoTt of Vu,i-Misl;ivia againsl I'. S, iiisisteiice on the I'hilipTiines for the coveUvl two- ye;ir seat has bei'ii the major cause of the deadlock, witli the So\ iel bloc suppiirling Belgrade's candidacy. \ i\ian Blaine likt's iiiU'li she decided New this York w eek sO lo LEGALS .NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT I'ase No 10li :n Estate of CeorKC Biecheler. ee.ised Noiiee 19 hereby gi\eii th.it l..\dia de- .%;.ilhrl 31 ill iii» itfiy I'.AiiStD llfi-eiiU'er i 1 H ,1J the Estate of George Hieeheler deceased, lale ol the City ot Sandusky, Erie County, Ciliio Creditors are required to tile tluir claims with said fiduciary within lour iiKMilhs Dated Ihib 2yili day of .Novcm IHI 1! I >"i IIUI.N H\x:'ts I 'r. I ate .1 .iiige o( jaid Counij iiuich effect market on tlu' -sagging hog Milk rows on f ;iiiiis 111 .I '.ine. :-iT0 IHHI III .o; ,|ie I uoiii June, Nnrlli n.ikota !'1 ,"i:i |i i .i m!)e led Ml 111 (lUO Ticiil PlllLAnKLPlllA. Pec. Ifi .fP' I •- Some 22..Wd noniiperaliiig em- ploscs of the Pentisv Uaiiia li :iil- load toda.N' threatened a sli'ike next Week ill what llieir union iiresideiil Called Ihe first test of uniiy among Ihe Tcceiill.v merged .\FI, and t'lO .•Viilluiri/alioii III strike iti a dis- piile over uelfarc bencliis and holi- d:i,\ pay • ;is gr;inlcii whtti Michael OiiUI. inleriiaiuiiial piesideiit of I:" rr.'itisptiTi Workers I iiioii '.Al'L- I II) iiKi lu'i'c w till a coiitu'il of PKIi union locals and Andrew .1 Kaclin. Ihe union's railriiad co- lU'dmaiiir, Quill said the proposed strike would be "the first test of .•\l'T,- t'lO unil,v •• Alt hough (Jiiill said tl\e threat- cued strike would take place next Thill sday at midnighl, he added Ih.ii compaii.v :itui miion m'golia- liaiii's li.ue si -lu diilcii s'.lial he I ''111011 a "iiaal nieciiug ' on Thuis- Retirement Plan For Lawyers Set Up By Cincinnati Bar ('l.\ffNN.\TI. Dec. Hi UNSl - ihe Ciiicinnali B;ii' .Xssoiiatinii tn- ila was Ihe first org;inizaluin of its kind in Ihe n;iti(in lo adopt a : rel il emeiil insurance phut fur lau- vers. Till' plan, appi'iivrd li.\ the cxr 'cii ti\ e coniniilU 'i'. w ill '^n nil i cfinl .is .Mioii as lUO iiicmhcis ap |)l\'. iujy Man Suicides On 86th Level Of Bidq. NEW YORK. Dc( Hi d.N'S .An unidentified man rimi a bullet into his lirain Tluirsiiav iiiuiit :is be sat 111 a cli.iir on the HIiiii- floor observation lounge of the Kinpire Siaie building. The man. who rid lilms.lf oi crcdeniKiis .iiii! Lijirnieiit lal^'N died abont 1 "i ii 'i !;itr -s laloi U II hlMl! spf.ik ! tij. I'll'..,' I'dUi .' • lo e -I;ilili ^h ills Klei:l::v llU'OUgi. il ingerpnnLi.