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so HEOISTER.STARNEWS •aMii*lt.r, o., Mon., nte. in, loss M. NtVIII PW %M "WKft. ITS FOR mPOlMATloN^ ON, NEW FHA HOMES P. O. Box 122ft OUR YELLOW SIGNS MEAN A-1 BUYS d. f. LOAN \vi1h about $2,100 dowii • RiVM you Imnicdinte possession oi'i ! thin 1 floor 3 bedroom borne VA appmlsed at $11,000. Nenr Ford Plint. H. I. LOAN available with around •2,S00 down on this new, modern 4 rooms, bath, oil fired bn,sebo ,Trd heat: large Rarage, about 1 acre: rural location B miles to Ford Plant. VA appraised price $13..'J00. O. I. APPRAISAL $12,.W0 with abo>if .$2,400 down on this 4 bedroom, lakefront home in R.ve Beach, Occup.v quick. e. I. LOAN available on this NEW 3 bedroom, very modern rurnl ranch home, large living room, •tone fireplace. l\j bntbs tiled, large filed kitchen, nitaclicd, lient- •d garage, gas furniicc: lot 7.">x.Tnn; Vacant. Around $."),0t)0 down, price $26,000. H. J. DIETRICH, Realtor Ohio Theater nidg., .Snndu.<;ky 2,".nn 30. NOUSES FOR SALE Geo. J. Oswald Realtor 424 42nd .St Phone 224fi _ Alta Dildine Barnes Renl Eitate Broker -Insiir.incn 700 Hnncr)ck St Plioiir 7.10 L L ' OMMERT REAL ESTATE nROKER .114 Dewey St. Phono 4.'i<ir.; I.NJDIAXAPOLIS, Dcc. If) (INS) JOHN "Jack" W!LLEA'r|- I'onl M O Ior Compan.v toda.v COO- ASSOCIATE SALESMAN si(i(i(Hl rndi.-inapoli.s as a probabloj Berke. Broker, Vermilion O jsilr lor a n(>\V $44-million parts' Indianapolis is Considered For Big Ford Pl^nt BY OWNER $19,000 3 bedroom ranch type home .120 Wyandot Place. Old Homestrnd Beach. Carpeted, wood-burning fireplace, tile bath, utility room, hench privileges. For appointment phone Huron 4024. NEW TRI-LEVEL HOME WITH AIR CONDITIONING BREEZEWAY AND CARPORT Carpeted Living Room 3 Lovely Bedrooms Dining Room. Recrcntion Room Kitchen witti Built-in Oven Built-in Bnth and Lavntory Basement. Laundry A QUALITY HOME DESIGNED FOR GRACIOUS LIVING ARRANGE TO SEE IT Telephone 1870 ErieCountylnvestmentCo. REALTOR .1 A Branch Office 304 W Adiinip St Sandusky Ohio Ph 1900 PASCOE AGENCY INSURANCE—REAL ['.STATE 301 Washington Bld«. Phone 1101 Joe Bsthorr, A .ssociate Ph ;UiH ()-VV LUKE O'MALLEY REAL ESTATE BROKER 35 Ve.irs in Real Estate A Bnilriing .501 Central Ave Ph R7i10 Day or Eve 31 iLOtS FOR SfltB ^ ^ m Robin wood Acres Lots for sale. All improvrmi'nts. Phone Norwalk ;i-!ini2. CO ET. LOTS ON MAH.SUAI.L AND SCHILLER AVES Water and Ga.s A\-.'iil;ililc JOE AUERBACII PHONE n2 \ 1 Homes, Farms, Hu?in(.'^'-' Pr ojicrl ir:- As.'sociato Mcarl H(','iH\ " 100 X 230 Ft LOTS IVIILAN RU Wm. J. Lundv, RenMor Phone .'^.'i7n H23 (''^<"if '^t ayriAKE AND RESOFIT PROPERTY GRANft FOREST HKACII BRAND NEW ;i-beclrooni. y v a r around home, full basiMiii -Tit, (;a- rape. Plenty of extras witli pl.'iMl. Tile (aclnry, wliich would prodncTi :j'rar.'- and oilier aiilo parts, would | (>ni|)l(),\' 3, 1 )00 workers with a pay- '•ol' of Slfi -milljon a year. , 'Old company .spoke.«nicn .said jColiinilHis, O., was definitely ouli [anil llial Inflianapolis was now i juiulcr con .'^ideralion. Columbus ;(.'ily CoiitKil Tliiirsday niKbt re- ifusi"! to rtv.ono an area to allow l''nr(i lo build. home. WIGHTMANS GROVE YEAR AROUND cotlawe with well, extra lot. JEAN KELLAR Cl,\(l(' 91H7 San ford Hi\-ilr\- B'y OWNER: Home on East Follett. with 3 nice bedrms., bath, larRc living rm., kitchen & utility. Has •torm windows and screcn.s, copper plumbing, gas furnace, and nice fenced yard. 7 years old. In excellent condition. Priced nt $10,200; includes Venetian blinds nod TV antenna. Ph. .•i7 .'i(i-W, ,Ai'iii,\ .Spcciaii.sl 'I'hii'd C 'la .s.s Dciii L. H;iuer. son oi .Mr. and Mrs, I.esler Bauer, fil6 Uroadw ;i.\-s1, rtH'enll.y rccei\efl a .sale (li'ixer awarrl in Puerto Kit (). He received the award for thi.<i(lii\int,' 11,000 miles without an i accideiil, : Haiier, who is assif^iied (o tlic haib Traiispoitalioii OCiiee at Rod- iiiu'iiez Ai'iiiy Hospital, entered :lhe .Ai'mv- in .l;inuar.\', 10.T4. and .nrived in I'ucM'to Riro Uie following .Iiine. Haiiei- \\;is Rr;i(ln;ited from .Saiulu.'-ky Hifih seliool in lf ).i2. lie is scheduled to he di.<;- ehar;iefi (rom service and is e\- riecled lo return here about (.'hiistmas lime. 4-><.>>;.;.>;.;.:. \\\WV A MKT— Employes of a West Berlin, Oermany. gasworks make li .Etht of hea\y work, thanks lo this new-slyle crane. It raises a freight ear and empties its 40-ton load in a mailer of seconds. NEI6HB0RINB DEATHS AND FUNERALS i J3ELrj ':VUK, Dec. 1»— Maurice K. Hedd, 74, a resident of 61^ N. .Sandusk.y-s(, died Saturday nighl 'in Belle\'iie Hospital, wliorc he I warn taken after luffcring a stroke on Thursday. He was born April 8, IBfll in I)olaware-co, where he wa.s married June 28, 1906 lo I he former Florence E. Schrtnek. Mr. Fiedd retired as a eon- duelor in 1952 after .serving near- I ly .'lO years on the Nickel Plate Mailroari. He was a member of SI. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church and its Bible ('la.s.s. He was also a SO-year member of F&AM 273. RAM ll.'i Order of Railway Conductors and Nickel Plate Veterans Association. Surviving besides his widow ;ire fhi'ce daughters. Mrs. Melvin Miekle. Columhu.s and Mrs. Clifford Zehner and Mrs. Richard Raish. both Bellevue: three sons. St. Louis Back In First Place In WD ll.r UNITED PRRSS The St, Loui.s Flawks moved hack into fir."!* place In the Western Division of the National Ba.skctball Association today because a last-minute rally by the Rochester RoyaLs .lust fell short. The Hawks escaped with an 8085 decision In Sunday nighf.s clash the then first-place fioyals at St. Louis. St, Louis led by 8681 with only 14 .seconds left, but Don Meinekc of the Royal.s slapped in a rebound and Richie Regan .stole the ball for another quick basket before St. Louis could freeze only the closing seconds. LOCAL and TELEGRAPH MARKETS Sfock% & Bonds STOCKS TURN UPWARD NEW YORK (INS)—The stock market received an Important lift today from reports that the political odds were now beginning to turn in favor of a .second term candidacy by President Eisenhower. At 11 a. m. the Dow Jones industrial average record- jed a rise of $1.60; the rails were up 37 cents; and the utilities were three cents higher. PRODUCi »'I.EVEr,ANn (IN.S)~Sfork!i listed bv Fulton, RPM and Co, Latest sales; League scoring leader Bob Pet-JAvco AmerlcBn Tele Tlionuis K. Millar. MODERN e -room home in Cnstalia 4 miles from Ford Plant. If you have property for sale, list it wiUs J. W. HUDSON 310 Tiffin Ave. 107.'> 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 lour bedroom homes with plenty ol room. All in good condition. FOR a couple, I have a nice 2-bedroom home, full basement. ALSO, farm.s and other fine homes in the vicinity of Belloviie, and Clyde, JEAN KELI,AR Clyde 91R7 Sanford Realty 36, BOATS AND ACCESSORIES SANTA "CLAUS Is hcrf. We are Kiving away new l!irK "i I'.viiiruf'c Motors at these prices wliilo they last. 2.') horsepower Kvinr^fl^^ electric starter, was $,'332. now $449 You save .'^cven .ind one tiall hp Evinrude .Slcclwin, w.is S2 'M), now $179. You save $fiO. .'{ l\p Kviiiriicic LiRht-VVin, was $147. now $117 You; save $,10. Here's .vour chance to' buy a fine Xm;is prc.sciit .'it a real savings. These ore brand lu.'w mo-; tors and carry a full l-yc;ir written .sixxcj,!]jst third cln-'^s guarantee. A small deposit will l.iy one away, and we can siivc y<ui a gift ce'rtificatc tor the Xm.is tree, GEM BOAT SERVICE Gem Terr.ice Beach On Catawb.-i Isl .Tiid, Port Clinton, Ohio Open daily and Sundays: 9 a. m. to o p. 01 On The Air til of the Hawks notched 26 points, hut .lack McMahon of the Royals took game honor.s with 28, In other games played Sunday, the Boston Celtics nipi>ed New York, ».'i-92; Syracuse downed Philadelphia, 99-7P; and Fort Wavne defeated Minneapolis. 96 -iOhio Oil „„ • Republic Steel , , Scolt Paper league-leading jsohio II C *c O RR Cleveland Elec P'ircstone General Electric General Motors . Gondricii CJoodyear Medusa National Gypsum Ohio Edison . . . . Ai Syracuse. .1. Elmer, Columbus and William ; Philadelphia trailed the Nats all!Toledo Edison' and Robert, both Bellevue and 14 '.grandchildren. I'Viends may call at the Harris Funeral Home. Services will he held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. Paul's Church, the Rev. Dr. W. B. Lei.s officiating. Burial i.s to be in Bellevue ("emetery. BY JACK 0'BKL\N NEW YORK (l.\Si — Eddie & Debbie's final 1,5-miniites of CBS' "I Hear America Singing," Sal.l^^'"'"^ 'aid jr.ight: was delightful dessert to a ] poiKierous 90-niinule spectacular i .i"^"; ! whose importance came clear only rrvDE r. CROOKS Wn..LA({D, Dec. J.9--Clyde C. Crooks. (),5, ov\ner of the Wel-li) Peal Co. near Celeryville, died late Sunday in Municipal Hospital, after a lengthy illness. He born March 5, 18!)0 in Wiland moved lo Elyria many the wa.\-. Se('en Nats scored in double figures. led by John Kerr's 18 points. while Neil Johnston had 17 for the Warriors. T-arry Foust led Fort Wayne to victory over Minneapolis by notching 33 points, including 19 of 22 free throws. The win siiap- ned both a three-game Pi.^ton lo.';- ing streak and a three-game Lakei- winning streak. West Virginia P\ilp Whirlpool Young.stown S &T ! " Hid American Crayon jfi BOWLING Barr Rubber Erie Resistor Rand Development .... Northern Ohio Tele Furnished by Bathe Admiral i Case Cleveland Elec lluiii . . . . Dow Chemical General Tire Gilddcn Intl Paper Shell Standard Oil Ky Sun Oil jThomp.son Prod fi'i 13'i 11 28 178 -'4 S'-i, ,5.T4 38'4 79 ij, !J4U 46 ^fe 79'i f),T,'« 7."5 33 '>i, 49 47', ]4 '!i, 46 2fi'i, 99 Asked IR 11 17'i 14 31 (I.rVEl.ANn PRODUCE CI,EVELAND (UP)—-HomegfOWertl market: APPLES-- Bu. baskets cartons crates 2'i inch Red Delicious ••-4; Golden Deliciotis $2.,'i0-3; Cortland. Jonathan, Mcintosh .S2-3; Baldwin $2--2.r)0; Cortland .lonathnn M*In- fo«h, Stavman If! qt, baskets .fl-l.»0; Golden Deliciou.s SU2ri-t.nO. CARROT.S—16 qt. basketJ tOfVcd and washed mosllv $1. LETTUCE— Greenhouse 24 qt. baskets 7 ,'ic -$l; film wrapped 11. IS* $1.2.'-v MUSHROOMS—Pints 20-12 ifc. ONIONS—Dry yellow rneHium BO lb .sacks $2-2.25; cartons of It t-lb film bags $2.2,5. PARSLEY—8 qt. basket* eMTly and root $1-1.25. PARSNIPS—R qt. baskets lSt-$l, PUMPKIN— 24 qt. baslce«i 7S «-fM per lb 2c. RADISHES—Baskets reds bufwtiad 24« greenhouse 50c-$l. .SQUASH—16 qt. baskeU b «M«»* ' nut $1-1.25; Hubbard per Jb le. TOMATOES— Greenhsiusa • lb medium $1.75-2.25. TURNIPS— 8 qt. baskets and washed white 6.1-850. & While in El.^ria Mr. Crooks was "f whe.iVdid'maud.^ksdf'^ed^^^^ and Mrs. K 1. Millar. 404 Ta.v-: -j.^^t ciuarter-hour and the bright | 1° J''-'"''"', f« "f'."" loi-sl, recently was promoted to .p„„ fin,.,, Fif,Rerald and''^''^ ,t'"'"Pa".v, ^vhich supplies • ciiffs Carr.vout at Fort Bel-.Nnf k-inc, ^'-.i^ H .„ „„ i'""Icli lor gardens. He was a BOAT INSURANCE All rtsk for Outboards No sca.sonal rcstriction.s Special Yacht Policv RALPH F KOCH AGENCY 1022 W Monroe St 19—THEY ARE HERE—.">'; The most famous names in oullioard- ing. The all new 14. J(i & U! It. | THOMPSONS, longer, wirier and deeper for '5(; and the iJimoU': ,MER- i CURY motors in the 20 h)) HUlUil-; CANE, .10 hp TURBO (our and "Id hpi THUNDERBOLT four. A (our is ^ liound to be lictlcr, more powerfiH.; smoother, cfuictor. more eeononii-' vdii', V'a,, where he is .i ol I he .0!il!l)tli Technical Uiiil. Mill.-ir. an inslriiclor iiiiit. eiilered (he Army Sii.sl. I!l,i4. -He i;; a 1354 grad That quarter-lioiir and tlie bright pots filled by FA\a Fitzgerald and ;\at King Cole more than made up memherjiop the oddly self-con.scious pseudo-^ Service, reverence of a speciou-, soap-opera- 1. i.'-tyle .script, which boasted all the the nobly inconsequential flavor of HOOK, LINE * SINKKR I.EAfil'E (BoKPrt Alleys) Cleve. Rd. Greenhouse (i.19 .T,")2 r,ir • ' Fulton St. Market 02.1 022 071: NEW YORK (UP^— Noon Schmidt's Grocer.v" .... 609 >)22'o44i P"",'^^.?' „ Szeklcy's Pet Shop ... 521 647 6171'^'^^*^ ^'"'^^ „—. - r—ir , - Allis Chalmers Bert,.<!ch Funerals 560 546 547;Anaconda Co. . 22':, . 1!)' 4 . 381/ . 50 7„ . 0.1', • 30'fl . 112 . 62-!„ • 551, 73 . 54 GRAIN FUTURES CHICAGO (iNSi—Wheat and wy9 futures opened higher today. Otbe^ grains were Irregular and soybeans •",4 to 1 ',ic higher. Wheat was to «ic higher, corn ',n down to I4C up, oafs up to I4C down and rye ',4 to l ',4C ttlt^lter. The prices: WHEAT—Dec. 210 '.i-%: March 208'fl; Mav 204''B-V2; .luly 194U. CORN-Dec. 124'a-»i,; March 130- 130'i,; May 133-133',^; July l.^.-VJ.,. OATS—Dec. 03-03'„; March May 04ij-'„; .luly 02 'j. RYE—Dec. 117:>„-i-.!; March 119'i- ^i; Mav 120-120'.,; .luly 118-118'.,. SOYBEANS— New. JSn. 237:',: March 239'2-240; May 24(IU-241; Sept. 227'.,. 64 n;, Rural Cily Markets WMAT in in Wc-^li'van ljni\x'c,sit\-. Addi'esses . . . Philip J. Fritz, U'onip.uiy 72:1 B4(h Battalion, Phone 4521'Eii;lilli Ife'^'imenl, Recruit Train- iim Command, C. S. Naval Trainiin: Center. (Ireat Lakes. Frilz is I he son of Mrs. Fritz, 1:218 W. Adani.'^-st. All- schoolboy debates. . Fi.shcr never should have siingj liiOiduets — which came off as IscliL-duIed contests and Ella or Nat because at songs-wilh-a-beat, they are the champs, and Eddie, as Bing Crosh.\' noted perceptivel .N', gets a member of the Nazarene Church. J A. SSOC Suppliers ! Surviving besides his widow iE]j"|p~^]pgpp,:, ire tour daughter.s, Mrs. Jeanne Benkey's Wrought Iron I Carpenter, Willard: Mrs. Thomas! "^""y Savini 559 (high serie.si ilnnis and Mrs. John Filimon,: ^"vin? 49^ ''''''^ '' 'both Elyria and Mrs. Robert seriesi. i Dean, Englewood, O.; """'children and two Arthur, Elyria 10 grand-' Ada Riesferer brother.s,i!ii^i!!i' (women 's 192^ (women 's , - Cpr 580 _591 _572!Armco Steel . 624 093 6201 Armour & Co . 634 573 600iB & O RR 'ii(\-rr~ni~A-i'r 1 1^ e n diX Aviation Coca Cola Columbia Gas . . rARMKES i^r.R "AID LOCAL «GG» Grade A large white 4fic Grade A large brown 4Hc "^^iGrade A medium 41c ! Small ... 36c 60 WHAT FARMERS PA1T» 'it," Csntral Brie •apply » «lev«tor i Wheat Sl .?m ' New ear corn 5 4 ' 4 I 105 iShelled corn No. 2 89 soybeans and Earl, Bing-| hamton, N. Y. He was preceded in death by two sons, Col. Rich- ox'for" aid Crooks, who was killed in'>ir. '^'fi'^lDupont v.. .'Greyhound Corp .. "'•'"jlml Harvester New York Central . Owens Illinois Cilass Penlnsylvaiiia RR . . Phiico Corp Oats New •SI .0(1 ?1 12 02c .f2,13 Clereland Eggs. Poultry GRANGE LEAGUE (Huron Recreation) 601 538 635 . ^ 527 603 529! Pulbnan Pure Oil .- - . ..o .,.0 ^.^2': Radio Corp ... fi'-ace|p. I. and Kenneth, who was kill-; H^ro^TNoH— 582-574'583!s ?^;L "°^l' ' and rhythmic rclinemenls j jp g 193.5 auto accident. 1 Vermilion No. 3 587 537 ooiistandard Oil Cai. jMaryiperformed with eflortlcss, praclic-i Friends may call at the Seeor:Florence No! \ 542 51T5fi7j'^'•"^'^'''rd Oil ind. Funeral Home, where services'Milan 55o 008 r,a5iS<am^'ard ou N J 124 I i 10 '4 228 , 141^1 Prices to rctaflcrs includmg U .S^ 37 !grades delivered: A large white (i2- 43'„ i brown 0I-03c: rncd white 5;i-j(;c- jbrown 51-5.-.c; small A white and brown 38-40c; large B white 53-5(ic- brown 53-55c. Prices little lost when he escapes his bal-l,c)45 dut'i'n^lhe'battie'for'Manila! I VermUio^ iliuns. lo travel on an If \dii are ."iriine \\ilh a baby under you v;\n probably carry him Hut be sue lickei. Ill; lad grove and attempts the Ill.inotef; with eflortlcss, practic-i ed perfection by a Nat or Ella. But the final I.") minutes more than made up for Fxidie's earlier two,i(|a,^pji ,rt ciimisiness and difficulties free. ;,-(,j,fji ,]<T the telepronipter; in fact, 510 586 598 535 will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, [Huron No. 2 the Rev. E. R. Speckien, o/ficial-j^i;['fl"ce No. 2 ing. Burial is to be in Elyria. HURON CO COURT NOTES 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 Selling below cost.1215 Huntington Ave_ California Homes VENICE HEIGHTS Alile west of Sandusky, Rts. 2 and 6. Handsome 3-bedroom, full basement ranch homes, $16,100 without carport, $16,900 with carport. Exclusive Sales Agents Kelly & Disbrow Realtors Salesman, Reg Stadtiniller 316 W, Market St. Phone 7.57 cal. the only electrics wKli built-in Hut' be sure i( is s]5ecified on the|(ii(> cuie, lithe, bright and modern generator Avail.ni .lc in all colors oii.i,•!<(.), (Ii,-,| >oii are traveling with |,p„nf.ss of Debbie as she danced :rdci:;ici :y ^ri:: l'^"-- - -hereH be mi.k for him, at ;S "^m; rl ^Um ^ic nnS around TERCRAFT Trailers for '.TO will lu' Ic'i ^f- : her husband wasn't a study in un- here soon. See thcui at your friendly _ 'conifui'Lahle coutrasi as were Kd-: NORWALK, Dec. 19 — A jury °''Do^Yom Xm Siwn ;.0('lopus is a favorite food of die s unplanned bonis with Ella and trial was scheduled to start to- Open n.-iily Till ii' -Japan's .'.waii islanders. They',i\;j^^ ; day with Judge Robert J. Vet- 1 HI \- i( snn-(li'io(l and stretched' I.EAGCE IXC 4707 Patricia R Wolfe :i34 Real Main St. Estate Agency Phone Huron 6753 L. A. SCHELL—Realtor ^hone 1452-M ^14 16 W avne St BERT MARTIN ~ MOTOR EQUIPMENT SALE.S. 172(JJVIills S(. Piioni " CENTURY BOATS HACKER-CRAECT CRUISERS Yacht Insurance HURON MARINE PARK 422 Huron St Huron. C NEW 1955 EVINRUDES by on of slicks, or sea water. alive from Tentacles. tanks and sliced, .'ire choice portions.! Stehle Printers . . Andres Robert Subcasky series and high single). Fully 3 —1955 2— 19.-) 5 2—1955 Ciuaraiitecd New 7 ' -J hp New 15 lip New 2 ."i hp dec Evinrude ><2tn) . . . , SAIW .S470 The hand sickle, such as was usvf\ by the ancieiu Egyptians to hai'vesl grain, continued in geiier;il use iinii! displa,\'ed by I he qi'ain cradle in the late 17()0s. iVlOOSE MIXED LEAGUE (St.ite Alleys) North Moose fiOO 030 Governor.s 5fi.-, ri74 Team USED EVINRUDE MnTOR.S Reconditioned ,'uirl C;uaraulci.-d 2—lfl.)4 25 lip elec. start , , KVl'.t 1—195:{ 25 bp $Jii(i 1 —1952 25 ill) with conlrnls '^2'.i^> Smaller lip motors .$27 .•>l)-.-'l .ili See our stock of New & l,i.'.cd lioal.'; SANDUSKY BOAT CO. E. \Vashin«lon and Mcic.s Sts. .Sandusky. .17. HOUSE TRAILERS TKAir.ER KOF^ ffENT Perkins and Ph BROWN'S REAL ESTATE 'Oil W Madigon St BROKER Phone 4234; in5fi Lyman Outboard on display Tiic new 10' Oulljo.ird Runiihnu; Also new IB' Inljoarii Rinialiout Some models in ."iO .lohiison Motor:* j21 ft. Chris Cralt ouilioard ici'uiscr. Here s a low cnst rooni\ j plywood ci-in.scr a( lor((iiu; loniplclc- !i-;iliin 1,-icilitics and wiUi ilu' look jot actiou ill f\cr\ line .Sec llus joutstandiiii.; (main;; value ,\OW I USED .lOllNSON MO'l'OlfS I 2 —l!i."i5 25 hp electric . . S ..'iV ;i il — 1 (155 25 lip ll.iiiil IHiU . V.v:..' 2— 1!I55 10 hp .lohiihon •^-2:!"> Be th(^ (lis! to own ;i new flloluln Bron/ei ..lohnson Clrile. your nuitoi 'now lor sprinj; (icli\'er>' (dr as liule^ Insurance & Real Estate Broker '1"^^" ^'^ ''1^' have a com- 51f) W. Washinfiton St Phon.' .127'Pl''''' ^''""'l- P'"'"-- •'H •'oliiisoii ~ — — - Motors. Huv vour ii.uliir where \ uu .iOWELLS AND BEAHE, Realtors i .„,.,.i,.c KELLEY BLOCK. MILAN OHIO |'' >" • ^' j Brown s I]oat.s ' Inu. I'oni o{ Colnuihu>- Saii(lu;.ii> 37. HOUSE TRAILERS :!(i-i"i'. ii).')i Ni:\v MOON :; i....!!!,! ;uui hath e>.e..-[lerit ei iiiii 11H i i be seen at S\\;u't/ TiMili i' Ctiiiil liellevili', OliM ill- Dliiiile l.'-V(.lin ! 24 iKii'H iu)'i"n,i-: (;A.s sciu'ui: ! Ohio House 'I'l.ulvi .s^el \ K 1' Co favorite food • • e Debbie never suggested by word, ;ter and a .iury to hear issues deed or omission that she domin-jin the SI. 450 collection suit of boiled the climactic moments of thei Senzi March. Norwalk, vs May- !up-lo-thea heavy and pretentious' h^He Livengood, executrix of the program. | P'rank J. T.enz estate. Both came through warmlv, lik -.'SEEK DIVORCES ,al)ly and impressively, perched: Divorce petitions have been iatop or dancing around two high ^''t^f^ hy Margaret O'Brenovich, 'stools downstage. I Collins, from her hus'-and. Nich* . . • olas, also. Phyllis J. Riederman, i Frank Parker gets S.-,0.nO0 for ^^'Hai-fi. f'-om .lohii E. I three Las Vegas weeks starting.' COURT A.SSIGNME.NT icFahs utilities turn I]'f- ^\ ;>-"^ ^''So :-\ylsi7i ^"o^^^^^^^ Ave Trailer iBlin.slrubs in Boston. nri'.. .\ 1? Ri b.,ll 4' i P««t Governors Kduar Fiergen's Uve versions of ^l' R'^^^'ia'^' .'South Moose Charlie i\Ie('artli\' and .Mortimer .Snerd on Sunday night's Jack Ben- I'.y hilarity is ;i brilliant de\'ice wilhi which Edgar may bust through the hurdles that kept him frtmi being a T\ hit until now. I Vermilion No. 2 Gatekeepers B. Carlson 541 (high t). Schaefer 223 ihifih sinylc KNU V HTS OK~ST. .1011 .V (BoBerl .VUeys) Eariners Market 90!) ario R4n Brcitenbach's 874 772 702 Variety Beverages .... 837 828 728 Freys 870 7!)5 820 7~r853' a94"782 811 752 803 582, 212 vhigh 472 514 021!^!"^,';'^^ 580 526 538,^:^-; Cc^" . ; ! ! ! ! ! ! 539 042 530; U S Steel 408 583 542 Western Union scries I, i West infihousc Elec , 251, 34' •jn ' Prices paid dcUvcrcd extras min ,.0 00 percent A quality larue white ' :40-52c. brown 4!)-5()c, nied white o'p^ i45 -48c, brown 45-40c. • ' " Prices paid at larm in the northern Ohio areas for .No 1 quality fryers 21^-4 lbs n-20c; hens, heavy type 18-23c: hens, light type 10-15c: turkeys heavy typo, younu hens 33-34c: young toms 27-28c: Irycrs, roasters 10 lbs and under 20-30c. 56'„ 91 ^4 50:'„ 150% lO-'a 47'>„ 117 4 58 >„ 21 58^ LIVESTOCK 024 010 Degree (Legion i Fellowship j Trustees r ,:iundi y Coiirl 414 \V Perkuis Ave Li(Tl"l'l.I:: GAS 10c per pound Tanks o.chaiif^ed or left tor refill 444 W Perkins A\'c Trailer Park HOPPER'S Tlx'AlLER SALES Modern Mobile Homes. .Aeeessories .-uul Service Htes 2-0 .lust West ol Huron IMiniie Huron 2891 WllE.N you see our Mobile Homes .•md net our prices then vou will ; New Wesli^-inster, lumbia, et al. vs. Richard A. While, Madison. O.; jury .trial; SMIL.58 sought. i:hai'les K. Case. Toledo, vs. i Dundee Truck Lines, Toledo; Jury; 54,461.79 sought. ,Ian. 9 —Pretrial hearings. 520 020 548: 093 544 549; 052 022 55(1; 503 578 575 I 537 012 500 582 053 480i 048 555 470' Waldock Parking Co., Her. m CATTLE A CALVES—Top pricei paid for cattle and calvei avcry da.y Phone aso if »ou have fat cattle jread .T for market and want oui buyer to look at them HOG.S—25c higher. 100-1 80. S10.50- $11.50; 180-230, $11.75: 230-250. $11; 250-300, S9.50-10.25; 300-400, $8.50$9.50, Roughs SO.75-8.75. LiveetocK welfneo and paid toi upon arrival Prevailinf pricei paid on da .T ot delivery No hoii received! on I'rida .T and Saturday No yard- 1 age or commiiaion charget ! Real Estate Transfers high Roye W. Ballah, Realtor Motorist Mutual Insurance Castalin 5-5 !i :t7 GRAHAM AGENCY 234V2 Columbus Ave, Clarence F. Nol'tz I, Prelates ,57:5 fio.", .=^7n Drill Team tilil 035 621 Al Borsick 024 ihigh series;, Carson Rice 220 (high singlci. .Tulia Hurst 443 (women's high se­ riesi. „ , Marge Kuck 177 (women's Jan. 10-12 — Sophronia Peck, singlet. Just in tune, lor he starts lus pairfield, vs. Ishmael Bar- r.ew (Jroucho-style (lui/." do Vou; .^j.^, ^Villard. and 'ulZ ::^\.rL ^''~ZoJ:'':Z^'^'''''^ ^'f-inene Swary, a minor of Defiance; | Fresch Motors iii.iul irs ,„id our competitors con-,,^.. „„, 5,;., Q„esli„n. I j^,,,.. §50.000 sought. • |c„.A„Good Eurnitur^e PAKK'S iHAii.EH SALES • . . j,^^^ 13—Colllus Farmers Ele-JQuaiity Motors > niiies •-oiiili ot Korwalk Ht 250-13 Kartlia Kitt was visually c.xciting .Association, \s. W. .r.; Hildebrand's 37 -A rnUCK ^^rrJBAILERS Jmt a lillle lf-;lil for the heavy con- spoerr, .Ir., rural New London; i Al'Mag"^ ~~ 7." GOOIJ USED TRUCKS ,-ent of Oscar Wilde's '"Salonie" un jmy; .S.'i20.23 sought. jSiephen's Printing S.'indijskv Kquipnient Co-"^ ' 16-19 — tJeorge D. Sell, cowie's service 7'^",^ ' ' ' Buivrus, \s. Greenwich Mill and.Sunbeam Bread Klevator Co., New York Central !,„^',^i ';°-7;;^,'>;^' ^'4 i;irl .seeking .lolui the Baptist's head: Kailroad, et al; jury; $12,T.000] E . Ferry, 485 uvomens high se(111 a sihcr shield more out of s 11 :hl. iries and high singlei. (Erie County Title Co.) Winnie A. Maltison, deceased, lo S, William Law, Sr., pi lots 37 and 38, block 30, Vermilion; lot 56 and pi lot 54, block 30, Vermilion. Owen K. and Virginia K. Pollack to Albert J. and /ila iVI. Bango, lot 51. Putnam-sl. i F.dwin C. and \era .A. Scliafle- jwald to Raymond G. and Helen i .M. Hiude. pt Gra.ss Bank and ^ „„„ .„ ... iSa'fl Beech. Grand i'ore.sl Beach. HOGS—Salable 14.000: .lOc higher;! ,., , , , , „ 1 cariv top $ .$12.50; bulk .?io-i2.25;. I''".vd and Leola B. stokes lo 520 550 500|i ,eavy .$9.75-10.50; nied $10-11.25; ll^ Richard P. aild Maiv $11.25-12.50; light lights $8.50-11.50;; t'lIK AGO HVKSTOC'K CHICAGO iINSi— BALL & CHAIN LEAtiUE (Stale .\lleys) 585 039 007 005 003 f)84 -M. Hof- packing sows S8-9.85; pigs $3-9. i '^^ f'c'ton's block, Vcr- CATTLE—Salable 20.000; 50c high-1'"'Hon. cr; calves salable 400; ch and! Russell iletlrick to 1' prime steers $21-24.50; coin aiKi ,T „,i ii-iUni u' „ .. i t 1.11 1 ch $15-21; .yearlings $15-24.50; hcif-l'^"" t-'Ht'ger, lots 141 aiui ers $13-22.50; cows $9-11.50; bulls! $10-15.25; calves $15-20; feeder 599 5li£ Phone Milan U-3824, Huron 4747 J. P. Stiert, Milan S-2321 Alberta Moore. Milan U-2392 R. N Be <-»re. Milan U-30tl Ralph F Koch Insurancj-—Realtor 'A)22 V/. .Monroe St Phone 4521 WILLARD A MEYER Inaurance and Real Estate rirok< i i33 E. Jefferson St Phone 37;tiy 20112 Venice Koad Phone 484H 30. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE l'()l;l) 1-AIfil.A.\'E Coiivertihlo S:!.'ii Will tiiiaiice. Pli, ;)(I09-M 1 I'dii'si I1r Wlil'X S( )Mi:()i\I': loses, soiiieiuie tNiiiis, ,ind I .nil loreed to saerilice Mi\- I .r I'll' iiimiediate cash. Phnne ,iii;;:( ,M I'lr .!'i ,i|ipniiiluieiit to ti\\ m.l !n I'i'.J Met;i!lii- Blue Ply- M.-iiit'i (',1 nil iri, i)'e Uliih Ciiutic 1 ii,i\''M I I,I1m'II 111,IPS' miles out but li.,v I I e.i.iil IV I ephu-ed I he tires 'I'll.' pi u e '»\'ili l>e rii'hl for e.isli (ii li'.i.ie 111 the lil',^t I'i'.il lius'er She iila>ed it like w liimsical. gi'.'iciMul. a petulant, polled little 585 591 554 504 033 509 018 002 520 537 534 548 01 1 (ih5 I high series steers $15-19; stockcr steers $15- S21; stocker cows and heifers $0$18. SHEEP—Salable .$3,500; .steady- ch and prime lambs $17.75-18,50; com to ch $1517 50; jearlings $1015 50; ewes $3.50-7. 507 57.' f 1 ,E \ i;I,A.M) M Vi;STOCK CLEVELAND lUPi— CATTLE—1,300, slow and strong; steers and heifers, prime $22 50- ,S23,50; ch $20-22,50; good $18,50- capi'ice than noble hale Pel kills i\e\s iillii I'sei at Coliiiiilius .S.'iU A\e I'll li ; 1 'O.ST, I iji r.i'ii !•; nuipp.r, '.iM :2ii:i \l CHEVROLET AVE. ('i,r\i';!.AM) IMIDM" i;:iiiii Hiv nr. I 2-ili' Will sell to ;i IP. 11 me .Ml Piiu.'i (u'st otler Don Cliuvi'olol Co ' t 1 1. I .I '111 t ('«t"'i •III .Mil.'ui () {'.lis Pli 4 181 :i!i;r,' dull vhite Ph \\'01;K Al()'l'()i!,S W 111 \"S .\.\.SI1 11 V •M.l!".,. I SI Ph 1 .,> I < )HI ) L'-il.inl' l-'ali 1 ,1111 , I,, 11 t 'i II ill 111 lal U' U^ 1 1 - h me .i;|. \'. P es.'i llellt rimiiltliM ( ' . ,1 ,!, 1 .1 ,i,';i;l .1 ! lei' :i |1 111 \'('1 l';swa'.;( n S;in(liisk\' s \1 IS ,v si'.i;\'K'K M'li '-\i .iiiiiire t me Phoiic 2.'i I 'Din 'KK KOKD CO. •Ill An I lioi I .-ril ford Dealer il.i. • i!.i I'll,me U-226;i \ > I, i I . (i; I [ In \ e < )\ cr head \>, I: mil \'. H'o ill 11 I. Ill ,',1I N ie** 11 ler FASHION FLASH | By ()L(.A (1 KlIS j INS Wdmcti's iMlitor i NKW \()I!K • "HiiltoM, button, who's L;O1 Ihe biittiin" l> ;iii old, game hut Us new aL;,iiii as a fash-: ! Kill lad. Billions aie tti:ii'ehiiiL; iwery iWiicli wa,v oil wiiUer resort and holiil.iy c'loilic.'. 'rile>' ;ii'e liiii--l otleil ^eeil spaced j lu row V on 1 he new l\' popular "l|ollllle-bl'e,^^ll•ll ' p:mel li'iuils of ^heaili (lu'v .ic,- Bin bullous .il-n .'ii'e lieliii.; pUued I'll tile sides III ili'r^.c-;. up and (ImMl sleeve-., mi enil.'irs. oil knee kick |ile;ils, .111(1 e\ eti oil the IKH''< ot' (lt'('s>.es, 111 ,1 row down the .spinal conl. 'J'lle bullous ii.sed .'U 'e sim|ile ones, iisiiall.s' boiU' or pe.ii'l or selt-lab- iic. 'I'lieir luiu'tuui is to i;ue a luwv twi->l to llie basieall,\- siinpli' : liealli silluuuilr. .'iiul to iiKike one .slrai,i.;lil .-liciili look a bil (liifereiil It'imi atioiher si r;ii'.,;hi slie.iili Home sewi'is eoiild enpv this iiie.'i lo aii\aiila'-;i' .M;»iii iliiim lo rein- Heiser,' Balconi 172 (women's high Zawad, Rocky/^i^i"'-. ^ . P. Jan. 23-24 — .\nna Willard, vs. John River; jui'>; $50,00'-' sought. Jan. 2,'i-2f>—.\eil R. Friend, :/immerman-Ochs minu'. In his "nother. .Margaret | wikel-McLnne _ Friend, Bellevre. \s. rJo .\d Bnl-ij„i,;,rt-wiliit ? dull, rural .MonroeviUe; jury; Vargo-DeMay .$15,000 sought. Taylor-Taylor ,laii. 30-31 — p:rma Gregg, .Miiler^EckholT Wakemaii. vs. Robert W, con-, (janrig-Ward $20; commercial $10-18; cows top 1 .Scranton's hcef $11-11,50; commercial $10-11; utility $9-10; bulls, ch butchers $15$17; commercial $14-10. CALVES —400. active and $1 or BALL A rH.MN .\(). 1 : more higher, prime $20 -28; ch $22- (lluriin Kecreatlnn) $20; med $18-22 71 )9 505 505 I SHEEP ^- 1. A MB.S--1.000. active till 050 ouiiiand strong; spring lambs, choice to! and Pauline .\. .\ndcM'.son. lols 'prime $17 50-18 50; iiied lo good ; .TIK I ] 34 nic r and AL'ibel 142, Ky:' Beach. John Rad'/.ik lo Rose Rad/ik, 0.40 acres, Huron. Bryce ,'\. ahil Lillian K. Rogers to Carol IsiiKcne and Mary Ann Rogers, pt lot 1, btock 27, Vermilion. .\lma R. L'lil to Mary E. Runner, pt lot 5. Scranton's survc\', and pt lot 55, DecaUir-st. Mary K. Runner lo .VUna R. and Theicsa P. till, pt lot 5, survey, and pi lot 55, Decatur-sl. llenrv J. and I 'Aa Mae Selut'iidt lo Carl K. and Belly R. Schii-udt, pt lot 18, 'I'hird-.st, Russell Hellrick lo Wa\ne C 025 5(15 549 (i82 504 507 084 087 001 05U 534 597 lesliMl divorce PKOBATi; (oritT l.ellei's ol adminisli'ation issued to R I' Hueiieleld in the Robert Huenefeld estate. W. T. Kiiii;. .lames .lump aim Robert liai'\v()iid amed appraisers Letters teslaiiienlar.\ issued to Robert Re\ iiolds in llie Henry Riese estate. ,loUii .'\rlhui, l.aw- Rit7-Gurnc.\ H Eckhoff 504 and high single i 230 520 509 501) 5-14 570 ti21 I high series S17-18; sheep, ch wethers $0-7; cn e\v'cs $5-0. IIOGS--1,20fk, 2r.c higher: ,\(irkcrs 1110-180 lbs $11-12; mixed 180-230 11) $12,25; 230-250 His $1150; med 2511;i(l(l 11) $10-10,75; heavies 300-400 lb $9-111. Redlegs To Play 36 W /lOf They're Saying— Promise of a New Yn^i oi family fun! I hiriy Mercury hor.sepowcr in a compact 110 -pound package — an alternate firing four with MercElectric •tarler- generator! -1 IllPe till .:il.\l.\x S;ilfs I I'l, 4 :<oi u.ii I'll :(.i2i '111 I'I 'i :\uu, I H 4J. AiroiviOBiLe A CrS^llHItS 1 -i' I) TIRES. PARTS /./\ -li 11 ij \ /"/li/i -•• l,;// f I Kl > \ •;! Motor Equipment Sales, \m. 1720 MILLS ST. PHONE 4/o I'l i;r> -,; ,111,1 I'l, I k;()( u )Kii'u i'() k, I St I'll, II. e 199 iilll.e ,'\ u 1 111 iri/ed M f UCI'liV EN'CINKS Si^\ Mill'Oi; S ,'\Lf :S k St I'luiiu' 111','-; .iVf .ill AELS^FATE i';.'\'i"rKi{iKs Sl'l.MIS Iceiiiber lor ;i l.i^liiiiiKilile elleet is 111 ii<c |ili'ni> 111 linlloiiN m:m\ as '_'ll (Hi ,1 "iiii;llili'-iil'e,i>|eir' p.illel, lit iiiu\ 11 .'I side .^I '.iiii nr t'l'-iiil (111 a '^U'tW e ( 1.1 \ M AM) Sen. riin ton P. Anilcison lO NM.i ' ch.iirm.in ol the loinl < tm grtssional (dmmiltcc on Alomic 141 CH;N ; "ll is e .isK -r lor a camel to pass through the eve <il a ucedh* than for a biisincssnuin to receive trunk and complete and iiii- l«'llere:l answrs tiom the .\l (' .Xtouiic 1 ncri;> lom- mis--ion." i'(>nce Clelaiid and L>le Denger the a|)|)oinled appraisers. Leiters of administralion x^ere i->iied to Giace \';' Biiskirk in the B. L, I'ariott estate svilh bond of .S5.0(111 ordered. Disposition of personal prop- (>i'ly at privale sale authorized in the Catherine llelberl estate. .\ssels ol the Olio Met.^ and K. K, ilaleii estates released wilhout adinliiislratioi) lleai'Mig on prohalifui of the Mellie H,'i>-(in will set tor 10 a. Ill Dec, 21 I'-l.ile of Mildred Ki'\liliL', Helle\iie, w,is appraised :it S.I I MM I r.-lile of 1 oiiis.t Mlllei Moil- 1, \ilie, w:is apprai.^ed al S2,:'"ilin h.iiisiei ol moior vehicle litl-' ;uil hori.'ed I'laitiis .ipprme.i in llie R, li, Riiiehdlii estate lle.'ti lilt; on the S> Ivi.i Paul •-;ii:ii (tiaiisliii) 10 a ni., Dec 22. A AKKIAGK I.K E.NSi: 'riioin.is \\. Fl.\iin, I . S. .Army.j luwere. Mass., and Barbara .-V, Blown, iicket agent. Norwalk. CLNCIN.NA 11. Dec. 19 i Ll'i - The Cincinnali Redlegs ;in-i noiinced todas a 3()-game e.xiiibi-' lion schedule as a warniup lor 1956 sea.son. MANNERS MAKE FRIENDS Ry I'MTFI) PRTS.S BON.V, Chancellor Konrad .Adenauer on the mysterious retuiii of Dr. Otto ,lohn to West (icrnianv after he had fled to the Communists 17 months ago. "lie had reasons fur being afraid." • NUt I'he (.'hrislinas se,i-on i.- .1 iiu't' time to rememr'v'r the per.Miiis who have shown .sou sdiiie special kindness dtiruig llie .\e.ir, \ou remembrance needn'i and usually shouldn't—be expensive. K tri V Ir,j,-It I 'lUlh (i| ill' Iniiii diiiiiieli 1 . I he liMMI III ID oil Mill Mill' I line Kilbi liighwaxs ot which an\- liiiii.^ 's k,i ,11 were the Iraije ioiiU> of ,\n|,I .Miiuii hull con- ncUii ijie Ka-l w iili llie \S est .lOoal ii. C. 2iiUu. .•\ gift ol liomeniade cookies. fruilc;ike or candy shows thouhliltulness willuuit makiiii: the person leel vou liave eoiie U> a lot of e.\pense I'hi'isl ma^ is .-. t imc tor i e- iiii'iiiiu'I 11;_: ol lie!hi;; luii a I tune lot paving on debts. ^•OL'.^G.SVILLK, \ C. --.Mrs.: .•\da Ward, bank teller, who said she is asking loi' liansler to a biiJger hank alier lacing miii- men lor the third lime: "That '.s' Hie List lime it's going to hap-; pen lo inc. .Sc;it'ed lo dealli ttiree times is etiDii.uh " SA\ 1)1 KCO CM. Sen K-le^ Kelainci 'D -reiin in an ;illack on liie Reiiiiblican rccoiil 111 edti- e.il loii • 'riiev hav cut iniill so iii .K'h a,s one liule red scliool- housts' >\ A.SHINtiTON — Republican House Leader Joseph U. .^tartin on whether Congress w'hould pass tax cut Ic^islatiVn when it returns next nic*ith: "I think it's quite doubtful we can have an\ substantial tax cut. If there is a lax cut. it would have lo lie a modest one." C;r;tiul Fori'sl Beach Arlluir ("). and .lune M. Dewey to .Margaret L. .Miller, lot 21, La: Salle-a\' Harold C. ;itid Marjorie M. ; Schenlc to Leon.ird ,1. ;iiid Mabel ; K. Winland, O.M? acres, Perkins'. tp. ! .lohn RlieiMec;L;er lo M.'ui-.cl 1... 'and Kstlier \[. R/mkiii, lot H51, iCrand Forest Reach, ll,i/el ,M Scliw (^iiil lit t h to L^ le I.. Ballard, pi lol 7, Farwell-sl. Albert B. Weiss to Master Laundry K- Cleaners. Inc., pt lol 0, .Madison-sl, Lewis K. Sch.'il/ to Doriilli.v^ M Scherr.v, lot.s 22« and 220. Okl Hoiiie.ste.'ifl, Carev Rice, rlece.ised. to .Mrs. .Mary Rice, el al, pi oiitlot 5\. C- nbell-st. D.'in and Dorotli.v I'auuionilo to Fred and M;iru;iret I'lhth.irdl. loi 53. Rockwell-st Cerirude F, Nditon to Cull I \'anma, 1 50 acie-.. Kellovs I land. 1 ie 111 \ F and K ,;Ui Ici r, to W'oodrow' ,\ iiiiil H( M \\'l!.-i>n p! oilllnl '1, , 41 I lonu'iii-'-t. Iliiidii .Siiihh Moidi' Sile- I (iiisk* eilv ho,nil (•! j)t (iiillnis 7-1 iiiMi "'1 Diinahl R, ;(n(i Min K(lu,ini R an.i Filie! lol 2 Fiilloii-st, S|. Kl'i ,I.1P' Feller ol ('lev el,uul, in larger voice lor pkiviM oiU'l'aliuii ol lKiveli;il! tliiiif; in bast.'l);ill now ( .NFU \i)RK -^lar piuher bob ; so tlKl! llie or nolliiiiL; to • (HI I 1' .(111, ;iec w 11 n 1' \ ,i111 1(1 111 1, I pLl; . I'dMii. pi:i'. er ;iv' :ih(ii -kill:: . ill 11,•. Fver' sel ui wh:it iiii viiU J' LI .--1 d (Ji,

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