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ILl.BC5ALf»-SHMIU.BSAL»y; KIAOAMftfr- LONG A5 WHAT rT ^VESENTENCED HE'SDCNN' IS RPGHT-THASS AtLAMCAMIS ABOUT.7 II. HObllHOLO OOOOt VESTINGHOUSE 4--burner dec. trie range. Good operating condition. Reasonable. Call 4373, Te-rr COLOSPOT deep freeie. Excellent condition. Double compartment. ?150. Call 1334 eve- ning.s. r LIVING ROOM TABLES, table lamp, nil Third St. 8 to 10 M. m. _^or_4 toJB p. ni. USED FURNITURE, Etc The Bargain Barn, 3103 Campbell at Open dalLv from 1 p m to 9pm MdbERN LAMPS, fxcellcht icfec- tion, all modern ityies, decorator colors $12.95 up BROWNWORTH'S 618 W. Washington St. Ph. 833 1 ROLLAWAY BED, 1 baby bed, like new. 1413 Barker or call 41G8 after 6 p. m. XUTbMATlC WASHIER, high chalf and baby buggy. Phone 3061 after 6 p. m. IVERfcTT baby~Grana" rusedT^ano, only $495. Your old upright or Spinet in trade. No down payment, no interest or carrying charges on this. Lccoy'a 245 E. Market St. USED Westinghouse felrigerator, Grand gas range, Kenmore washer. Phone Huron 4491. THETtOUSfc OF^ SAVE UP TO 50% Just arrived: 98 more 9x12 Axmln- ster rugs. Just read this one. Reg. $99.50 9x12 rug for only $49.88, plus free 9x12 pad. No money down, take up to 24 months to pay. Spruce up your rooms for the holldaya . . . Save at Discount Furniture Co., 317 Perry St. See Si before you buy. Easy, easy terms. Open evenings for your convenience . . . Phone 7680. PIANOS Oerharditeln, 1390 Tyler St. GOOD USED living room iultes. Mohair. Excellent condition. Must •ee to appreciate. BROWNWORTH'S • 18 W. Washington St. Ph. 853 VALUES FROM THE HOUSE OF DISCOUNTS Do you need an extra bed? See this complete Hollywood bed, headboard, coil springs on metal frame and mattress for onIy_$39.aB^ingle or double. Easy tcTms: See Si before you buy . . . Discount Furniture Co., 317 Perry St. Open evenings for your convenience. Telephone 7680. 3-ROOM FURN1SHED--APT-.—SttMTe bath. Children welcome. Phone 7604 or 920 Central Ave. LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD USED TV SETS All thoroughly checked, ready for Christmas delivery. ORDWAY'S APPLIANCE STORE 708 Hancock St. Ph. 1614 OUR ADVERTISING may be imitated. but our values are never equalled. WHY PAY MORE?? . . . The money you $ave is your own, when you shop and save a1 Bob's Furniture, 112 Decatur St. THE HOUSE OF DISCOUNT OFFERS Mohawk carpeting at discount prices plus installation by experts. Carpet ,\oiir home now . . . take up to 36 months to pa.y ... no down payment necessary. Free estimates cheerfully given in your home. Make .vour rug purchase at a store, home owned and operated, where a satisfied customer is our first consideration. See Si before you buy. Discount Furniture Co., 317 Perry St. Ph. 7680. Open evenings for your convenience. Always easy terms. 21. BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Hotel. Restaurant, Soda Fountain, Bar, Cafeteria, Institutional and Kitchen Equipment and Supplies R. BRECKENRIDGE COMPANY 159 E. Water St. Sandurty, O 22. WANTED TO BUY ' CASH OR CONSIGNMENTI We want good clean clothing. Bring to ENCORE, 314 E. Madison ^PIANO AND GUITAR WANTED Reasonable 816 Pierce St. HIGHES'T PRICES FOR Yuur Copper, Brass, Lead, Batteries, Rags, etc. American Scrap, nil Perry. Ph. 5084 IRONRITE IRONER In good condition. Phone 875-W ISlILD'S table and chair set, must be in good condition. Phone 6840. Classified Ad Dept. ICRAl IRON, paper, rags, etc. Prompt pickup service. City Scrap Phone 2929. WE BUY HOUSEHOLD GOODS ODDS AND ENDS Liquidators ot estates. Ph. 2939 AMPICO AND DUO-ART PLAYER PIANO ROLLS GOLD COINS Ph. 4522 before 5 P. M. YOUR BEST MARKET FOB •crap Iron, Paper Rags. Metals ADELMAN Columbua Ave. Subway Ph. 2530 2 CADILLACS 1955 60 Special Coupe de Ville 1954 FORD Victoria W. L. Mead. Inc. Ph. Norwalk 2-4811 ». WANTED Tf BUY CUTTING AND WELDING OUTFIT Ph. Berlin Heights 2869 24 ILiEriii NOBMI SLEEPING ROOM, clean, quiet and pleasant. Adults only. 433 E. Adama St. BACHELORS INN SLEEPING ROOM 410 Lawrence. Phone 4675 PCESSANT sleeping room for gentleman. Inquire 1320 Campbell. Ph. 7040-R. TJICE SLEEPING ROOMS 2428 Columbuf Ave. I>ilCE, warm sleeping roonv 857 Perry St., between 10 and 12 a. m., or 4 to 6 p. m. SEEEPING" hOdMS, daily and weekly at the Wayne Hotel, 202 E. Water St. Phone 8219. FURNISHED DOUBLE ROOM FOR 2 GENTLEMEN Quiet. 301 W. .Market St. 21. AMNTMENTt FOB WENT MODERN 4-room apartment with bath. $65 mo. 2516 S. Columbus Ave. FURNISHED 3-ROOM newly decorated lower apt., private bath and entrance. Inq. 231 E. Madison St. 3-ROOM furnished apartment with bath. Inquire 524 Franklin St. _______ ITfftNrsmre ~3-rooms and bath. No children or peta. Up, 34 W. Front St., Milan O. 2-BEbROOM upper apartment Stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal. TV aerial furnished. Washing facilities available. Phone Monroeville, Ohio. SMALL furnished apartment. PrP vate bath, steam heat. Adults only 919 W. Adama. FURNISHED 3-room apt. Private bath, 527 Huron Ave. or phone 7687. FDRMISHED 2-rm. apt. Hot water heat. Overlooking court house. Gentleman preferred. Ph, 6733-R. TRAILER in rear of private home, heated with natural gas. Shower room and washing facilities. TV antenna, garage. Ph. 6257 Huron. BEAUTIFUL 3-ROOM FURN. APT. Private bath and entrance. Adults. Inquire 502 E. Monroe St. "TtJItmSHfeft AFARTMESTT" 315 Franklin St. Inq. 334 E. Washington 5-ROOM APT. with 3 bedrooms, unfurnished. Eureka Apts. Ph. 555 or 617 W. Washington St. 1 to 5 p. m LOWER furnished apt. Large liv- Ing room with one bedroom. Private entrance. 315 W. Jeffereon St. Ul^EUftHISttfib a -room and private bath 984. Uptown Adults Phone SMALL, upper lemi-furnlshed. 1 or 3 adults. Good location. 5349-W. Phone MdViNG STIERHOFF BROS. Phone 8323 WEST WATER ST., third floor suite, with living room, bedroom, kitchen, bath. Rent $40 month. Call H. J. Dietrich, Realtor, Ph. 2508. 2 Apts. at Wayne and Madison Sts. FOR COUPLE ONLY One partly furnished, one unfurnished. Both newly decorated, tiled bath, heat and TV antenna furnished. $90 month. Phone 48 to 5 p. Pj'o"*^**^ after 7 p. m. LARGE ROOM. Cook, sleep."touple. $7. 610 W. Market. See Powers, 305 E. Washington. LOWER new 3-rm. lurn. apartment. Good location. Phone Huron 4931. 3-ROOM furnished. PrTviie BatH and entrance. Working couple preferred. 218 McDonough St. WMXCL furnished apt. Living room, bedroom, dinette, kitchen and bath. Automatic heat. Automatic washer and dryer. Children limited to small bab.v. Mercer's Appliance Store, phone Huron 2101. MODERN furnished 3-room apartment. Near center of town. Private. Call 5403. MOVING—STORAGE Millott Transfer, Storage Local and Long Diatance 21. HOUSES FOB BENT 3 BEDROOM HOUSE IN WEST END Children welcome. Ph. 7141-M 3-BDRM. RUUiSE;, centrally located, on bus line. Gas heat. Adults. 1 child. Box E-17, this paper. _ 2-BED'ROdM COUNTRY HOM^ For rent. Not modern. Phone Castalia 5-5402. 3-BEOROOM furnislved home. |75 month, until March 1. Hartley Beach. Phone Huron 4833. MODSRN furnished or unfurnished 3-bedroom one floor house. Mansfield and Grand Forest, Huron, O. See or call Norwalk 3-5652 or 3-0131. 4-BEDROOM HOME with oil furnace. Furnished. $75 per month until June. Marshall's Cottage, Katherine Rudyk, Broker, Rye Beach. 21. OFFICES, STONE NOOMS, OANAOBS FOB BENT STORE BU!OJlN (r7or rent. 840 sq. ft. at 607 E. Monroe St. Phone 2409-W after 5 p. m. 21. WANTED TO BENT 3- OR 4-ROOM LOWER APT. OR HOUSE, where dog will be welcome. Call 1510R. MODERN unfurn. home, at least 3 bedrooms, for family. In Sandusky area. No pets. Contact Wm. Green, Ford Motor Co. office, Ph 6810 Ext. 13. 21-A. SUBUBBAN FABMS, ACBEAOE FOB SALE RUCKERS! WE HAVE ONE OF THE LARGEST SELECTIONS 09 A-1 Used Trucks IN OUR HISTORYI W~VV "NIMSTRlALfOB HOMES and rARMS BeUevue, Ohjo Phone 3-3294 ll-B. lUBUBBAN FABMI, ACBBAOB FOB SALB Carl Cattanach, Realtor 90 Woodlawn, Norwalk, O. Ph. 3-9591 or 2-6711 M. MOUSES FOB SALE FOR 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 end of 1600 Dietrick St. PRICE REDUCED 619 Neil St. Living room, dining room, kitchen, three bedroom.s and tile bath, hardwood floors, partial basement, hot water gas furnace, storm windows and .screens and screened in porch. Two car garage. Priced to sell. Prospect Street Living room, dining room, bedroom, kitchen and bath down, 2 bedrooms up, gas heat, Venetian blinds, storm windows and screens. Immediate possession. Only $8,750 WM. J. LUNDY, REALTOR Phone 5570 . ' 623 Reese St. Don J. Shaffer, Salesman "WRlTETJS-FoRlNIi'ORMXWoW" ON NEW FHA HOMES P. O. Box 1228 BY OWNER $19,000 3_bedJflQm--ranch type home—320 Wyandot Place. Old Homestead Beach, Carpeted, wood-burning fireplace, tile bath, utility room, beach privileges. For appointment phone Huron 4024. PtJbLiC welcome, HOMES 6t«EN Sunday. 11th and 18th from 2 to 5 p. m. Smith Subdivision. South of Magruder Hospital on Fulton St., Port Clinton, Ohio. Two homes just completed. 3 bedrooms, with many modern features. H. V. FREDERICK. Realtor 118 W. Second St. Phone 2-3743 Port Clinton. Ohio NEW TRI-LEVEL HOME WITH AIR CONDITIONING BREEZEWAY AND CARPORT Carpeted Living Room 3 Lovely Bedrooms Dining Room, Recreation Room Kitchen with Built-in Oven Built-in Bath and Lavatory Basement, Laundry A QUALITY HOME DESIGNED FOR GRACIOUS LIVING ARRANGE TO SEE IT Telephone 1870 ErieCountylnvestmentCo. REALTOR BY OWNER: Home on East FoUett, with 2 nice bedrms., bath, large living rm., kitchen & utility. Has storm windows and screens, copper plumbing, gas furnace, and nice fenced yard. 7 years old. In excellent condition. Priced at $10,200; includes Venetian blinds and TV antenna. Ph. 5756-W. OUR YELLOW SIGNS MEAN A-1 BUYS VETERANS WHY PAY RENT when you can buy this 4 bedroom lakefront home with only about $2,500 down? VA appraised this property at $12,300 which is the selling price. Quick possession. IT'S NEW and .-acant, has 3 bedrooms, large living room, ultra modern kitchen, i^b tiled baths, beautiful atone fireplace with marble hearth, attached garage, gas furnace. Sign 246 Huron- Avery Rdr VA loan available. SIGN 219 just south of Bogart on Campbell a new 2-bedroom home with large living room, dining room; bedrooms are 11x12 and 12x12; 6x18 utility room, gas furnace; oak floors; attached garage. Price $17,000. CALL US to see other properties in and near Sandusky. H. J. DIETRICH, Realtor Ohio Theater Bldg., Sandugk.V 2508 ROOMS AND BATH, 2 bedrooms gas, furnace. Good condition Manyextras^$iq^O.jn^^^ MODERN 6-room home tn Castalia 4 miles from Ford Plant If you have property Cor sale, list it with J. W HUDSON 310 Tiffin Ave. 1075 or 640-J Have large waiting list COME TO BELLEVUE SEE WHAT YOUR MONEY WILL BUY HAVE four newer ranch type homes. 2 and 3 bedrooms, basement or garage with them. All can be financed by either G.I. or FHA. FOR a larger family, why not look at one of these older three or four bedroom homes with plenty 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 Clyde, JEAN KELLAR Clyde 8187 Sanford Realty FOR SALE BY OWNER: New 2-story brick and block building Office garage and work room down Strictly modern apt above Suitable for small business Selline below cost. 1215 Hunting^ton Av^ 100 DOWN! MAMIY-SAVIIMN this Ckrisimas I now DOWN MYAmm\ \ SANDUSKY j I Motor Sales, Inc. j I 'Youi FiiandW Ford Daalar I Here'f the gift that brings hoU- day happiness the year Vound. Sale. ea«y and economical to opcrat«. Gets up to 100 milM per faUon. See it today I A. E. Lindenau 82 BENEDICT AVE. NORWALK, OHIO. PH. J-1251 California Homes VENICE HEIGHTS Mile west of Sandusky, Rts. 2 and 6. Handsome 3-he<i- room, full basement ranch homes, $16,100 without carport, $16,900 with carport. Exclusive Sales Agents Kelly 6c Disbrow Realtors Salesman, Reg Stadtmiller 316 W. Market St. Phone 757 Patricia R Wolfe Real Catete Agency 334 Main St. Phone Huron 675a il. NOUSEt FOR SALt 2-FAMlLY, near bUi^iness section of Monroeville. Being .<!old to settle an estate. Immediate occupancy lower apt. Call Arnistrong & Myers, 2101 Monroeville. O 3t. BOATS AND ACCESSORIES BROWN'S in ,"i6 Lyman Outboard on display The new Ifl' Outhonrd Rimaboiit, .Mso now 18' Inboard Runabout Some model.* in .'iB .Tohnson Motora NEW 21 ft. tflSri Chris Crfttt outboard cruiser. Here s 'a low cost roomy plywood cruiser affording complete cabin facilities and with the look of action In every line. Sec this outstanding boaine value NOW. USED .lOHNSON MOTORS 2—19.=^.'i 2.=) hp electric $37."* 1—Ifl.l.'i a.T hp H.-xnd Pull .S32.^ 2—Ift.'iS 10 hp .ToVinson 5225 Re the first to own a new (Holiday Hronzei .Tohnson Orde. your motor now for spring delivery for as little as ICv- down We als< have a complete stock of parts for all Johnson Motors. Buy your motor where von can Ret service Brown's "Boats" Inc. Foot of Columbus Ave.. Sandusky nr HOUSE TRAILERS PANTSLESS MAN GETS "RIGHTS" FROM JUDGE 636 Rockwell St. 1 story, ,5 room frame home. New roof, V9netian blincLs, gas floor furnace, garage. $8,9.'50.00 We need inorc listings in Sandusky and surrounding area. Many listings never get in the paper. Call Roye W. Ballah REALTOR Castalia 5-5937 George E. Moore ASSOCIATE Sandusky 6920 ErieCountylnvestmentCo "The Old Reliable- REAL ESTATE - INSURAiVCE 169 E Washington Row Ph 1870 GRAHAM AGENCY 234V2 Columbus Ave_ Clarence F Noftz" Insurance & Real Estate Broker 610 W Washington .St. Phone .127 HOWELLS AND BEARE, Realtors KELLEV BLOCK. MILAN OHIO Phone Milan 0-3824. Huron 4747 J P Stiert, Milan 0-2321 Alberta Moore. Milan 0-2392 R. N. Beare, Milan 0-3641 Ralph F Koch Insurance—Realtor 1622 W. Monroe St. Ptione 4521 WILLARD A MEYER insurance and Real Estate Broker 632 E. Jefferson St Phone 3739 BERT MARTIN REAL ESTATE BROKER 1011 W Madison St. Phone 4234 Alta Dildine Barnes Real Estate Broker—Insurance 709 Hancock St. Phone 739 I. L. OMMERT REAL ESTATE BROKER 514 Dewey'St. Phone 4506 JOHN "Jack" WILLEAT ASSOCIATE SALESMAN J. A. Berke, Broker, Vermilion. O. Branch Office 304 W Adams St. Sandusky. Ohio. Ph. 1960 PASCOE AGENCY INSURANCE—REAL ESTATE 301 Washington Bldg. Phone 1191 Joe Bschorr, Associate Ph 3680-W LUKE O'MALLEY REAL ESTATE BROKER 35 Vcars in Real Estate,& Building 501 Central Ave. Ph 6780 Day or Eve. 31. LOTS FOR SALE Robinwood Acres Lots for sale. All JTOprovements. Phone Norwalk 3-9012. 60 FT. LOTS ON MARSHALL AND SCHILLER AVES. Water and Gas Available JOE AUERBACH PHONE 8211 Homes, Farms, Business Properties Associate Mead Realty 100 a 330 FT LOTS. MILAN RD Wm. J Lundy, Realtor Phone 5S70 «23 Rr <fse St 32. LAKE 4MD RESORT PROPERTY GRAND. FOREST^BEACH BRAND NEW 3-bedroom, year around home, full basement, sa- rage. Plenty of extras with this home. WIGHTMANS GROVE YEAR AROUND cottage with, well, extra lot. JEAN KELL-A4* Jo-FT. ' i95 r~WEW' MOON"~5room's and bath, excellent condition. May be seen at Swart? Trailer C^urt. Bellpvuc. Ohm or plione 2-7t;(i0. 24~RoUTr"BoTTr.E GAS" SERVTCE" Ohlo House Trailer Service Co New and Used S.iles l^orklns at Columbus Ave Ph lUHl TRAILER iFOR RENT Utilities fiirn Laundry Perkins Ave Trailer Court. 444 W Perkins Ave "MUPPEH •§" rn A IL E R S A LES Modern Mobile Homes. Accessories and Service Cr -EVEL,\ND. Dec. 17 fUP>— C imon Plea.q Judge Parker Fult n ha,<! ruled that "even « man without trou.sers Is entitled to his con,<!tft'Mon«l rights." The judee granted a writ of habeas corpus asked by the Civil I.ibcrfip."! Union. Tt charged "Gentleman .lim" Moss, 42, was illegallv ill prLsonef without benefit of a court appearance. The order freed Moss eight days before the slated end of a 30-day term for In- toxicnlion. Moss was arrested Nov. 22 and .slated for 'rial the next day. Hut his trouser."! were torn com- plet '\- off when he was arrested. Judge Andrew F. Kovachy asked Probation Officer Louis Ulackinan to i. tt .-view Moss in jail, Blackman said, "to see whethe.' he would plead guilty." Blackman said Moss ' pleaded guilty" and thai he notified the |,judge, who imposed the sentence. WHEN you see our . . and get our prices, then vou will I 'i told them to get me some mTnd :TLronr :^z "uo ::':z\^^-^^ - ^ ^^^'^ ««.to court.but demn us PARKS TRAILER SALES ,) miles south of Norwalk, Rt. 250-13 MODERN TRAILER SPACE on bus line. Near super markets, barber shop, drug center, dairy Perkins \vc. Trailer Park. _ 37 .A, TRUCKS — TRAILEBS rSST'raraRNOTToN AL' 1 -torrpTck'- up truck. Very good condition. Not rusted out or banged up. A good low j)riced truck. HUNTER MOTOR CO. 1G40 Columbus Ave .lust north of the Subway Ph 3.')00 GOOD" USED TRUCKS Rtes 2-6 Just West of Huron Phone Huron 2H91 Mobile Homes j Moss denied making any plea. they shipped me right out to'the workhouse in my shorts," Moss said. Horn flies are primaiily pests of cattle and spend most of their Uve.s on cattle. LBOALS ' NOnClS on HSSTONGT vSandusky Equipment Co. 2602 Ventce Road Phone 4t48 38. AUTOIMOBILES FOR SALE '55 FORD FAIRLANE Convertible. .$250. Win finance. Ph. 300<)-M 1403 Forest Dr. WHEN SOMEONE loses, someone gains, and I am forced to sacrifice mv car for immediate cash. Phone 5639-M for an appointment to try out my 1952 Metallic Blue Ply- jnoutb-Cambridge Club Coupe. I FOR PAROLE Case No. 4640 No. 98179—Albert Lutz. a prisoner now confined in the Ohio Penitcn- tiriry. Columbus, admitted from Eric ! County, convicted January, 1935, of the crime of Escape from Confinement and serving a sentence of 1-8 years Is eligible for a hearing before the Pardon and Parole Commission, on or after February 1, 1956. . PARDON AND PAROLE COMMISSION. By R. G. rOGLE, Parole and Record Clerk, dec 17-24 haven't taken many miles out. but have recently replaced the tires. The price wiU be right for cash or trade to the first real buyer. COME -SEE MY CAR. A clean '53 Studebaker Sport Coupe. 626 Decatur_St. after 5 p. m. "'"1955 CHEVROLET"DELRAY Fully eqviipped. Low mileage. Very reasonable. Hh. 4646. FOSTER CHEVROLET 1521 CLEVELAND AVE, PHONE 6300 'J5 BUICK Riviera 2-dr^! All Power equipped. Will sell to best offer. Call 269_anv''me. TRANSPORTATION SPECTSLS Every few months we accumulate a number of good low priced cars. These fill up our lot and make us .sell at a sacrifice. We are right now in a year end closeout sale. Check us. for values. KEN OLDSMOBILE, INC. 114-118 E. Water St. Phone 856 =52~PO?ITrACr^-'Fyl. 4:dr., grey. TiAC. 8^cyl. 4-dr., 2-tone Hydramatic. $780. See at 1410 McKinley, or phone 2052-W. Dorr Chevrolet Co Good Selection ot Used Cars At Traffic Light, Milan, O Ph 41H1 WORK MOTORS WILLYS-NASH 430 E. Market St. Ph. 3937 1955 FORD V-B 2-door Fairlane C\\ib Sedan. Fordomatic, two-tone, white sidewalls. excellent condition. Ph. Castalia 5-5589 after 5 p. m. Volkswagen Sandusky SALES & SERVICE inO,n_Sycamore Line Phone 25 1951 PLYMOUTH Crahbrook sedan. Has been completely overhauled. Clean inside and out. No reasonable offer refused. 255 E. Market St. PORTER FORD CO. •An Authorized Ford Dealer' Milan. Ohio Phone 9-2263 You Can't Drive Overhead Why Pay For It 1946 CADILLAC 4-dr. .sedan. Nice shape. Will sell to best offer. P'lone 269 anytime. Clyde 9187 Sanford Realty Allan Motor Sales 427 Main St. Huron. PI. 43S1 3331 36. BOAtS AHD ACCESSORIES SANtA CLAUS is here. We are giving away new 1955 Evinrurie Motors at these prices while they last. 25 horsepower Evinrude. electric starter, was $532, now $449. Vou save $83. Seven and one half hp Evinrude Sleetwin, was $239, now $179. You save $00. 3 hp Evinrude Light-Win, was $147, now $117 You save $30 Here's your chtince to buy a fine Xmas present at a real savings. These are brand new motors and carry a full l-year written guarantee. A small deposit will lay one awa.v, and we can give you a gift certificate lor the Xmns tree GEM BOAT SERVICE Gem Torrat'e Beach On Catawba IsUmd. Port Clinton, Ohio Open daily and Sunday.s: 9 a. ni. to 5 p. in N. Madison, Port Clinton, Ph 24 Hour Wrecker Service' Day Ph. 4411 Night Ph. 3891 ANCHOR CHEVROLET Huron, Ohio. BUSHMAN DESOTO-PLYMOUTH 040 Cnmp St. Ph. 3020 40. AUTOMOBILE TIRES. PARTS AOgESSORIES BOAT INSURANCE All risk tor Outboards No seasonal restrictions Special Yacht Policy RALPH K KOCH AGENCY 1^022 W Monroe St Phone 4521 I FOR RENT BOAT WELL 413 Anderson St. 19—THEY ARE HERE—5t! ' The most famous names in oulboard- ing. The all new 14. 16 & 18 ft. THOMPSONS, longer, wider and deeper for '56 and the famous MERCURY motors in the 20 hp HURRICANE, 30 hp TURBO four and 40 hp THUNDERBOLT four. A four is bound to be better, more powerful, smoother, quieter, more economical, the only electrics with built-in generator. Available in all colors of the rainbow. Place your order now! for spring delivery. The new MAS-' TERCRAFT Trailers for '.')H will tjcj here soon See Iheni at your friendly outboard dealer i Do Your Xmas Shoppi .iH Here I Open Daily Till '< MOTOR EQUIPMENT SALES, l.\C i 1720 NJills St. _ Phone 4787 : CiNTiJRIf BOATS HACKER-CRAF-I CRUISICRS Yacht Insurance | HURON MARINi: PARK 422 Huron St Huron, O USED TIRES $3.95 and Up THE B K, GOODRICH CO. 201 W. Market St. Phone 199 Genuine Authorized FORD & MERCURY ENGINES SANDUSKY MOTOR SALES 1020 Hancock St. Phone 678 Save on ALLSTATE BATTERIES SEARS nut the Battery for Ever .T Make of Car Bus or Truck LEGAL NOTICE Thelma Rose Selders, whose place of residence is 725 Sth Avenue, Juniata, Pennsylvania, will takej-about notice that on the first day of December, 1955, the undersigned filed his Petition against her in the Court of Common Pleas of Erie County, Ohio, praying for a divorce and other relief on the grounds of willful absence, gross neglect of duty and extreme cruelty. Said cause will be on for hearing on and after ttie 16th dav of Januarv, 19S6. KENNETH HAYES SELDERS By. JOSEPH A. UJHELYI, His Attorney dec 3-10-17-24-31, jan 7 EECTALTiloTieW Charles L. Woodring whose last known address was 1026 Cement Avenue, Sandusky, Ohio, but whose present residence is unknown and cannot be ascertained, will take notice that on the 26th day of November, 1955, the plaintiff, Rita Mae Woodring, filed her petition against him in the Court of Common Pleas ot Erie County, Ohio, the same being Cause No. 30040, praying for a divorce, alimony, attorney fees and costs, and other relief, on grounda that the defendant had a wife living at the time of his marriage to plain tiff. Said defendant Is required to answer the petition on the 31 day of January, 1936, after which date said petition will be for hearing. RITA MAE WOODRING. Plaintiff. dec 10-17-24-31 jan 7-14 ^ AN ORDINANCE TO LEVY SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF "WHITE WAY" STREET LIGHTING ON CERTAIN STREETS. OR PARTS THEREOF, IN THE CITY OF SANDUSKY, OHIO, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY. WHEREAS, it is deemed necessary, in order to provide for the immediate preservation of the public health and safety to maintain "White Way" Street Lighting on certain streets, or parts thereof, and to levy special assessments therefor, and in order to provide for the dally operation of municipal departments, the City Commission of the City ot Sandusky finds that an eniergenc.v now exists regafding the same and deems it advisiible to declare this Ordinance to 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 CONCUR. RING). SECTION 1. That the asseaament of the cost and expense of improving certain streets and parts thereof in the City of Sandusky. Ohio by the operation and maintenance of increased or "White Way" lighting is hereby adopted and confirmed; and there is hereby levied and assessed upon the lots and lands bounding and abutting upon both the east and west side of Columbus Avenue from the north line of Wnshington Row to the south line of Railroad Street; both the east side and west side of Jackson Street from the north line of Washington Street to the south line of Water Street: both the east and west side of Wayne Street from the north line of Washington Street to the south line of Water Street: both the north and south side of Water Street IroTii the east line of Jackson Street to the west line of Wayne Street; both the north and south side of Market Street from the west line of Decatur Street to the east line of Hancock Street; and the north side of WashioKton Row from the east THE sANDvner iiEafmR *mii»] M Around - Around World Clock ll«tM«rt4 0. t. PalMt OfflM Saarland«rf Vot« Again Sundoy SAARBRUECKEN (UP)—The Saar, Western Europe 's peren< nial headache, votes Sunday for the aecont' time in two months and a sweeping pro-German vie tory was predicted that could hasten Its returr to Germany. The rich coal and iron tory's 660,000 reglatertd will elcet a new l«gial«tttre. TIM previous one was dissolved »ntT the German-speaking SaatlAlkd- ers rejected in a referendam Oft. 23 a plan to "EuropeantM** tit area. Nats Raid R«d China Coastal Town TAIPEI (UP)—A band of Nationalist Chinese commandos raided a coastal town en the Communist mainland, a military communique from Matsu Island said today. The attack took place early Thursday morning when a aQuad of 14 guerrillas landed at Chang- loh Hsien some 30 miles aouth- west of the Matsu group. They stayed for more than one hour and returned safely without encountering much ance, the communique eaid. Soy Soviets Hold 500,000 Poles MUNICH (UP)—Radio Europe today accused the Soviet Union of holding more than 900,- Free .OOO Poles in prison camps. The anti-Communist broadcast Mid 200.000 more were "beliet^d" to have died In capUvlty since IBM. W. Roich, Romania Initial Pact FRANKFURT (UP) — West Germany and Romania signed a trade and payments agreement Friday calling for the exchange of 30 million dollars worth of goods next year. The agreement was signed by the Federation of German dustries and the Communist ernment trade monopoly. Guatemalan At UN Found Doad NEW YORK (UP)—Mario O. Ramirez, 62, permanent eecre- tary of the Guatemalan delegation to the United Nations, was found dead Friday in his apartment. Ramires, who had been dead twe days, was kwown by and death from nattiral heart condition believed to be causes. Fellow members of the Guatemalan delegation went to the Ramirei apartment when the secretary failed to appear at the United Nations building. They Billed police iftef laiiiit^ te <et an answer. acquaintances to have a chronic! Heads Back To Lepers' Colony BORDEAUX, FRANCE (UP) — Dr. Albert Schweitser, Nobel peace prize winner, was enroute back to his lepers' colony and liospital at Lambarene, French Equatorial Africa, today. Schweitzer sailed aboard the liner Claude Bernard Friday night after a four-month vtait to Europe. On The Air LEGALS LEGAL NOTICE " Clara Rukert Wilson. the unknown heirs, legatees and devisees of Claiu Hiekert Wilson, t'.dna RieU- ert Brady, the unknown heirsi, leg.i-lline of Jackson Street to the west tees and devisees of Edna Riekertiline of Wayne Street, a special Brady, all of whose places of resi -j assessment auKiunting to One Dollar denee are unknown and cannot witiiland Twenty-Five Cents ($1,251 per reasonable diligence be ascertained.|front foot which amount la deter- will take notice that on the 2 ,Tth day I mined to be the special benefit to of November. li)55, Arthur A. Fitz.lsaid property. filed his petition in the Coxiimon; SECTION 2 That the City of San- Pleas Court of f:rie County. Ohio.'duslty shall he required to pay its being Case fvu :i0039. in said Court, j share of the cost of the maintenance against all of aaid defendants, praying that his interest in the follow- L. A. SCHELL—Realtor Phone i45a-M 1416 Wayne St Geo. J. Oswald, Realtor 434 41ad St. Phone 22i» NEW 1955 EVINRUDES Fully Guaranteed by Evinrude 3—1955 New V'j hp 42i)i) 2—1955 New 15 hp . $300 2—1955 New 25 hp elec $470 USED EVINRUDE MOTORS Reconditioned and Guaruiiieed 2—1954 25 hp elec start *325 1—1953 25 hp »2'iO 1 — 1952 25 hp with controls 3i23.) I Smaller hp motors $27 50 -Sl )0 See our stcok ot Niw i.; l ^od Buji> SANDUSKY BOAT CO. e. Wasiimgton and Meigi 6u, Sandusky, Ph 2y<>t> and operation of the said Increased (>r •White Way" lighting which iiig described real estate be set off I shall be the entire cost thereof to liini in severalty and that parti-| winch includes the cost of intersection be made thereof, thai all of;tions less the amount assessed on Siiid deiendaiits be required to set i the abutting property as set forth up and riiake known their interest: above in oi cliiims to the tollowing de- SEC'I'ION 3 That the assessments stiilied premiaes. or be forever »u levied shall be for the years 1953 barred trom asserting same; that it ami 195(i and shall be certified by the tollowing described real estate the Clerk of this Commission to the cannot be divided without; Coimly Auditor, as provided by law, injury to Us value, that the Court: to l>e placed by him upon the tax direct a sale of said premises, free iduplivate and collected aa other of the rights ot all persons parties• taxes are collected, to said suit and the proceeds of sale! SECTION 4. Notice of the passage be paid to the partieti according tool this ordinance shall be by pub tiiLir reipeciive interests, that an ln-ation oiue a week for two con atfiuiiiting ot the rentJl^ ami e.v- seeiiiive weeks in a newspaper of peiiscs incurred be made and tor general circulation in ihe said City other relief of Sandusky, Ohio. Said real estate is described as lol- SECTION 5. That for the reasons low.s; :set forth in the preamble hereof. The easterly one-third (',> ot Uhis Ordinance is hereby declared Lois Numljcr Nine iS)i and Eleven tU) on Fulton Street in ttie Cii\ of Sandusky. Erie County. Oliio Said parties are required to answer on or before January 26. I'JJii AHlHlii A FITZ .•\IA1N t UEICUEI. and .M-AKQIAHI 6; M.AIU.U A'-l .•\lti.ii nL V .> III! Hiamliil il'\-J,<'-A tcu'k fildg . llov Ucc J-li>-i 7 -il-jl By JACK O'BRIAN NEW YORK (INS) — Friday niglit's circus telecast on CBS fair ly shrieked for color-TV. It turned out drab visually though exciting io its big top tricks and treats Chariton Heston was a sluggish smcee and the obviously filmed comments of stars of TV ahows integrated, dialogue clumsily suggest ing they were watching the big top telecast, was one of TV's little black-and-white lies that faU ludicrously, and Just a bit shabbily. Dinah Shore's and Patti Page's quarter hours consistently are imaginatively produced songfests, a\mny and fresh... In the old days you could draw a cocktail party mob lust with free drinks. Phil Slivers heaved a press drinkall featuring a free door award drawing to assure a packed party... Phyllis Kirk gave a real honest-to-sophomore performance on last eve's 'Star Stage." SO-OH> Intense, so-o-o unreal. Robt. Q. Lewis sings, dances and plays banjo as star of tonight's 'Stage Show." Eddie Fisher will be on tiial tonight when he carries star's weight and responsibilities on Ford Star Jubilee, a 90-minute CBS spectacular also starring Red Skelton, Nat Cole, Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Van and Eddie's Debbie. • • * Chicago reports say local TV star Tom Duggaa has been sounded out as a possible Godfrey summer sub. NBC will have St. Patrick's midnight mass on TV again this Christmas eve... Twenty more "Big Towns" for Mark Stevens — He starfc-produces-directs — And he'll retire from acting... John Cameron and all the little Swayzes Join John, Jr., in Germany for Christmas; Junior's in the Army. Back Jan. 6. .. Fat Jack E. Leonard, now much thinner, can't dance in "Toyiand" Christ mas eve. He'U wear a brace on tiis ankle because of a muscle in jury, . . Trendex top ten (or December 1-7: 64,000 Q., Luch, Toast! of the Town, What's My Line, I've Got A Secret, The Lineup, Perry Como Show, Hit Parade, George Gobel; Saturday "Lucy " Show and "Honeymooners" were tied for 10th. Student Laps Up Booze For Test At Northwestern EVANSTON, ILL., Dec. 17 (INS)—In the Interest of acience, Bruce O. Bergum. a 32-year-old graduate psychology student at Northwestern University got drunk. Bergum took six ounces of 100- proof whisky in a demonstration before the northwestern traffic institute course, while Sgt. William Harrell. 43, of the Ohio highway patrol consumed two cans of beer. To the surprise of nobody, Sgt. Harrell showed no effects while Bergum flunked an array of drunkenness-testing devlcca. Bergum had written hit name on a blackboard before the test in a regular flowing style. AMer the test, he wrote his name again. One of the 41 policemen attending the course commented: Well, he doesn't stagger, but his handwriting certainly does." When Bergum was asked If he thought he could drive with the six ounces of whisky in his system, he replied with a shaky "no.' Loretta Yeuag, reliirniag (o TV Christmas night, will do only ever>* other show from then on. She's bouni-ed back to 117 from 90 skin- n • pounds when her health was grimmest. Decca records signed the Rev. Al- vln Kershaw, wlio asserted |32,000 worth of jazz knowledge, to select a basic Jaiz record collection for its spring sales. . . Farmer TV • ^ columnist Rex Lardner is writing lithe new NBC Ernie Kovacs show. Woman, 3 Childrtn Might Havt Bttn Murdtr Victims JACKSON. O.. Dec. 17 (UP) .\ grand Jury reported that a woman and her three grandchildren, first believed to have burned to death, may have been murdered and the house set afire to destroy the evidence. The grand Jurors quoted a report from Dr. Emmerich Von Haam, an Ohio State University pathologist, which said the victims were alive when they suffered fractures. The report said they lived about 20 minutes after suffering the blows and died from carbon monoxide fumes. The grand jury said it could not be determined how the four per- received skull fractuM or the cause of the fire. ' to t)e an emergency meaaure and shall take effect and be in full force trom and after itn adoption and due authentication by the Prealdent and Clerk of the City ConuiUaaion. RICHARD B FULLIR, President of the Cilv Coinmisaion \llKSr C K BREIKING I. li -rk of the I. It.- Cnannissum I 'ASSi::!) Devemuei a, ItfJa, Utc 10-17 FIRESTONES BVn.D CHAPEL AKRON, Dec. 17 (UP) -- The Firestone family has aooounced plans to build a 1200,000 chapel in memory of Mrs. Idabelle Firestone, adjacent to St. Paul's Episcopal Church. The chapel will houM the pipe organ on which lilrs. Firestone composed "In .My Garden" 'lor the Firestone "Tire aad Rubber Company's radio hour WANT ADi BRING BDSULTi WHITE'S LANDING! • • MRS. WILLIAM MEAD Correa»e«dent Air. and Mrs. George Riedy and family of Sandusky were guests of local friends. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Grey visited relatives in Clyde recently. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Draubt, Cleveland, spent two days at the' cottage on Springbrook-rd Mr. and Mr Charles Minier are parents ot a daughter born in B#llev e Hospital recently. Walter Burtch, Jr.. was . a patient in a Sandusky hospital recently. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ogdcn and Mrs. William Keki of Cleveland were overnight fuetts oi local friends Mrs. Herbert Hine, who is employed in Cleveland, spent aev- oral days here it her home. Mrs. Florence Rotiert was con fined to her home by illness. PAP8B CO. PUSCHASSO TROY. O. Dec. 17 (UP)—St Regis Paper Co. announced today the purchase of the capital stock of Gummad Product* Ce< ia Troy.

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