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tl, ANRTMIRTI PM MNT fUttNISHftb. he«ted "tlirM -roSmS •nd bath. Storage apace. Private entrance. Adults only. Phone after n p. m. 8168. T RAILER in rear of private home, heated with natural gas. Shower room and waahlng facilltiea. TV _ antenna, garage. Ph. 6257 Huron. tURNISHED 3-HOOM newly decorated lower apt., private bath and entrance. Inq. 231 B. Madison St. SMALL furnlahed apartment. PrI vate bath, atcnm bent. Adults only 919 Adams. SEAUTTFUL"3-R6OM PURN. APT Private bath and entrance. Adults ^ y^^j^jg^gp Monroe St. 315 Franklin St. Xrtq. 334 E. Washington LOWER furnished apt. Large living room with one bedroom. Prl- vatc entrance. 318 W. Jeffersun St. tUrUftNtSMEb a-room and private bath Uptown Adulta Phone 984. MOVING STIERHOPF BROS. Phone 8323 LARGE ttOOM. Cook, sleep. Couple ?7. 610 W. Market. See Powers, 305 E. Washington. toWER Good 4931. new 3-rm, turn, apartment, location. Phone Huron MOVING—STORAGE Millott Transfer, Storage Local and Long Distance '53 DESOTO CONVERTIBLE $1495 BUSHMAN 840 CAMP ST. . tl. Hiwm m MMT MODERN un/iimlshea 4-bedroom home available. 8 mile* east of Huron, Stop 144 Vi. Harvey Steln- met«. UNFURNISHED HOUSE In Norwalk, nice location. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, gas furnace. Phone Milan 9-3482. 2 BEDROOM FURNISHED HOUSl=- Utilltles paid. Available Jan, 1. Ph. Castalla 8-8046. 5 -ROOM UNFURNISHED COTTAG E Double Oarage Call 3372-W-l. "niRNlfflED l-rAMlL" Moats Motel Ni. i MItlwanga, Ohio. FOR RENT OR SALE: Inkoliywood. Florida. Lovely furnished 2-bedroom home. 3 baths. Large landscaped yard. Excellent neighbor hood, 2 blocks from school, ^hone 8211. ask for Mr. Axelrod. S-febftM. HOUl^lE, centrally located, on bus line. Gas heat. Adults. 1 child. Box K-11, this paper 11. Mfuiii m tM BY OWNER. Cottage, 6 rooms and bath. Gas furnace, basement, gn- rage. Fenced yard. Inq. 912 Maple Ave., after 4 p. m. 2- FAMILY ,« near business section~of Monroevllle. Being sold to settle an estate. Immediate occupancv lower apt. Call Armstrong & My" ers, 2101 Monroeville, O. 3 -BebR<MTM /urnlshed Rome. $73 month, until March 1. Hartley Beach. Phone Huron 4833. -BEDROOM HOME with oil fur nace. Furnished. |7B per month until June. Marshall's Cottage, Katherlne Rudyk, Broker, Rye Beach. 21. WANTJD T> milT T"SMALL or 2 large bedroom tpart or 2 large Dearoom a_ ment or house wanted In Sandusky. Have children. Write Box F-5, this paper. - OR 4-ROOM LOWER APT. OR HOUSE, where dog will be welcome. Call ISIOR. 1953 CHEVROLET Hardtop, beautiful saddle brown and shoreline beige. Radio, heater, directional sif^nals. $1280 ANCHOR Chevrolet, Inc. Main St. Phone 6501 HURON, O. Open Mon. Ihru Fri. till 9 P. M. I|.A. tUIURIAR PARMI. MRIAU F9R mi W, W NIMS, MALTdft HOMES and FARMS Bellevue. Ohio. Phone 8-3884 Carl Cattanach, Realtor 90 Woodlawn, Norwalk, O. Ph. 3-9891 or 8-6711 '55 DESOTO HARDTOP , $2495 BUSHMAN •4« CAMP ST. 2 CADILLACS 1955 60 Special Coupe de ViJIe 1954 FORD Victoria W. L. Mead, Inc. Ph. Norwalk 2-4811 Attention! FORD Personnel We have in, a modern, S-bedroom home, centrally located and priced right . . . $13,500, which will be available for occupancy March 1, 1956. Present owner will accept reasonable down payment now, and balance at time he vacates. For full details, contact KELLY (S DrSBROW REALTORS Salesman, Reg Stadtmillcr 316 W. Market St. Phone 757 3-BEOROOM frame home. Fenced-in backyard. Aatomatic dishwasher, full basement. Wayne St. Phone 1071 for appointment. 308 Meigs St. Very fine home on east side. Modern in every respect, this home is in first class condition and is suitable for a large family. It has a full basement conr tainlng warm air furnace, gas fired hot water heater and laundry. First floor has large living room, dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, recreation room and lavatory. Second floor has three nice sized bedrooms and tile bath. Single garage. Lot size 43x120. Priced at $20,000 II. NBUSIS riR SALt Only $6,000.00 Will buy this three room home complete with gas heater. This home is in good condition and is only three years old. TV antenna included. OFFICIALS CARS 1955 FORD V-8 CUSTOMLINE FORDORS LIKE NEW —EXTREMELY LOW MILEAGE 5 COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM ONLY S These Are Bona Fide OHicial^ Cats FIRST COME —FIRST SERVED HURRY! ! HURRY! ! HURRY! ! Sandusky Motor Sales mc. USED CAR & TRUCK CENTER CLEVELAND RD. & OGONTZ ST. OPEN EVENINGS PHONE 5472 KELLY (Sc DISBROW REALTORS Salesman, Reg Stadtmiller 316 W. Market St. Phone 757 Alta Dildine Barnes Real Estate Broker—Iniurance 709 Hancock St. Phone 730 I. L. OMMERT REAL ESTATE BROKER 514 Dewey St. Phone 4596 r. I Best Buy Used Cars [ '53 Buick I Roadmaster 4-Dr. "Luxurious Comfort" i: I $1695 55 ords '88* Holiday "Powerful & Sporty" l$ave $$$ I '54 PonHac I '8' Chieftain Dlx. 4-Dr. "Loaded with Extras" I$1695 '53 Plymouth I Cranbrook Club Coupe ' "Excellent thruout" I $995 I '53 Chevrolet I Bel Air 4-Dr. "Ideal for the family" I$1295 '51 Dodge I 2-Dr, Sedan "Dependable" I $495 % Open Till 9 p. m. Monday Thru Thursday I '53 Buick I Super Riviera I "Flashy tu-tone paint" I $1695 I '53 DeSoto Firedome V8 2-Dr. | "Test drive, now!" $1395 I '53 Chevrolet I Convertible "Excellent Value" $1295 '53 Buick Super Riviera 2 -Dr. "Sporty" $1650 '51 Mercury Convertible "Sharp &. Snappy" $695 '51 Chevrolet 2-Dr. Sedan "Perfect, mechanically" $495 # Prices Plainly Displayed on All Cars I I jJOa W. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE 28lJ '50 DESOTO SPORTSMAN $595 BUSHMAN •4» CAMP ST. SpeciallzlnR in homes farms and bu.ilncsscs, JEAN KELLAR J Clyde. 9187. Sanfnrri RcftU.v Priced to Sell $7975 This home on Milan Rd. has lai-ge living room completely carpeted, kitchen, bedroom, bath, full basement, hot air hrat and a nice lot. 25 Grant Ave. 6-room home having 2 betUooms. living room, dining room, kitchen, sun porch, 2-car cement block garage. Price— $4500 Cedar Point Roadway Home with 2 bedrooni.s. very large living room with fireplace, knotty pine dinette, kitchen, basement, dock, hny and lake frontage. 438 Cove St. Duplex With Separate Cottage Each with 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bath, ample clo.set space and full basement with gas heat. Cottage has combination kitchen and living room, bath, large bedroom, large closets. Call for Information Ralph F. Koch Agency Insurance—Real Estate JACK SHEPHERD, SALESMAN Phone 4521 or 6933 1022 W. Monroe St. SO. HOUSES rOR S«LE wnvm us FOR iNFORStATiofj"" ON NEW FHA HOMES P O Box 1228 OUR YELLOW SIGNS MEAN , A-1 BUYS G I LOAN Willi fltinuf $2,100 down Rive.i yoii iinnirdi .TtP possession on this 1 floor 3 bcrlroom home VA appr.Tiscd nt $11,000. Near Ford Plant. G. I. LOAN nvail.ililo with around $2,500 down on this new. n\odern 4 rooms, bnth. oil fired baseboard heat; InrRp Kiira^e. about 1 acre: rural location R miles to Kord Plant. V.'\ apprai.scd price $13,500. G. t. APPRAIS.-NL $12,300 with abou* $2,401) down on this 4 bedroom, lakefront home in Rye Bench. Occupy quick. G. L LOAN available on this NEW 3 bedroom, very modern rural ranch home, large living room, stone fireplace. I'a baths tiled. larRC tiled kitchen, attached, heated garage, gas furnace; lot 75x300; vacant. Around $5,000 down, price $2fi.000. H J. DIETRICH, Realtor Ohio Theater Bldg.. Sandusky 2.508 BY OWNER $19,000 3 bedroom ranch type home 320 Wyandot Place. Old Homestead Beach Carpeted, wood-burning fireplace, tile bath, utility room, bench privileges. For appointment phone Huron 4024. MOUERN (i-roonV iionic in Castalla 4 miles from Kord Plant. If you have property for sale, list It with J. W. HUDSON 310 Tiffin Ave. 1075 or 640-J Have large waiting list II. lOm AMD «eCIISHltl ClNTUBt BOATS HACKKR-CRAn CRUTSIM Yacht tnturanc* HURON MARtNt PAH* 433 Huron St Huron, O. 10— THETARE HERE—5e The mo.'«t famous names in outboard- ing. The all new 14, 16 St li ft. THOMPSONS, longer, wider and deeper for '5fi and the famous MERCURY motors in the 20 hp HURRICANE. 30 hp TURBO four and 40 hp THUNDERBOLT four, A four if bound to be better, more powerful, smoother, quieter, more economical, the only electrics with built-in generator Available in ati colors of the rainbow Place your order now for spring delivery. The new MAS- TERCRAFT Trailers for '58 will be here soon See them it your friendly outboard dealer. Do Your Xmas Shopping Here Open Daily Till 9 MOTOR EQUIPMENT SALES, INC 1720 Mills St. Phone 4787 P 5oWN TJoW wRTIeliflcei are reduced until Jan. 1. Get delivery in spring on any boat. Marine Paint. 718 Hancocic St. «.n«..«T. 0. T...., ».., », ii» AEOMTEIt-STAR -mWIfl ADDITIONAL SPORT Pierce, Score Highlight Drob Yeor For AL Hurlers BROWN'S display Runabout JOHN "Jack" WILLEAT ASSOCIATE SALESMAN J. A. Berke, Broker, Vermilion. O Branch Office 304 W Adams St, Sandusky, Ohio, Ph, 1960 Geo. J. Oswald., Realtor 424 42nd St Phone 2246 PASCOE AGENCY -INSURANCE-HEAL ESTATE 301 Washington Bldg.. Phone 1191 Joe Bachorr. Associate Ph 3680-W 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 Mile west of Sandusky, Rls. 2 and 6. Hand.some 3-bedroom, full ba.sement ranch homes, ."516,100 without carport, $16,900 with carport. Exclu.sive Sales Agents Kelly 5c Disbrow Realtors Salesman, Reg Stadtmillcr 316 W. Market St. Phone 757 Patricia R Wolfe Real Estate Agency 334 Main St. Phone Huron 6753 LUKE O'MALLEY REAL ESTATE BROKER 35 Years in Real Estate -at -8uilding 801 Central Ave. Ph 6780 Day or Eve WILLARD A. MEYER ln«urance and Real Estate Brolier 632 E. Jetterson St. Phone 3738 YEAR-END CLEARANCE 1954 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE HARDTOP 1545 1953 CHRYSLER 4 DOOR 1295 1953 MERCURY 4 DOOR 1495 1953 DODGE 2 DOOR 1195 1953 FORD V8 2 DOOR 1095 1952 DODGE 4 DOOR $ 695 1952 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR 795 1952 FORD VICTORIA HARDTOP ^195 1951 DESOTO 4 DOOR s 595 1951 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR $ 495 OVERMYER- McCULLOUGH, Inc. Dodgc-Plymoutb DctUr Phon* 7901 W. Ptikins It Sptcdway Cnt. Open Eveninirs till 9 P. M. ErieCountylnvestmentCo "The Old Reliable' REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE 169 E. Washington Row Ph 1870 Ralph F. Koch Insurance—Realtor 1022 W. Monroe St. Phone 4521 L. A. SCHELL—Realtor Phone 1452-M 1416 Wavne St '53 DESOTO 4-DR. $1295 BUSHMAN 640 CAMP ST. CHRISTMAS SPECIALS 1955 CHEVROLET Bel Air Hardtop, fully equipped, very low mileage. .. $2195 [ 1955 FONTIAC Star Chief Custom 4 door Sedan, fully equipped, like new throughout $2445 1955 CHEVROLET Bel Air two door Sedan, fully equipped, only $1895 1955 FONTIAC Star Chief -Custom—Catallna; fully equipped. Exceptionally low mileage $2495 BEN'S USED CARS 711 W. PERKINS RIGHT NEXT TO MARKS MARKET BERT MARTIN REAL ESTATE BROKER 1011 W M.idison St Phone 4234 Roye W. BallaHTTlealtor MotorLst Mutual Insurance Castalla 5-5937 GRAHAM AGENCY 2341/2 Columbus HOWELLS AND BEARE. Realtors KELLEY BLOCK. MILAN. OHIO Phone Milan 9-3824. Huron 4747 .J. P Stiert, Milan B-2321 Alberta Moore, Milan 0-2302 R. N. Bearc, Milan 0-3641 Clarence F. Noftz Insurance & Real Estate Broker 610 W. Washington St. Phone ..127 31, LOTS FOR SALE Robinwood Acres Lots for sale. All improvements. 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 * 330 FT LOTS. MILAN RD Wm. J. Lundy, Realtor Phone 5570 fi73 Rrt-seSt 36. BOATS ANDACCESSORIES SANTA CLAU'S I S here: We are giving away new 1955 Evinrude Motors at these prices while they last. 25 horsepower Evinrude, electric starter, was $532, now $449. You save $83. Seven and one half hp Evinrude Slcetwin, was $239, now $179. You save $60. 3 hp. Evinrude Light-Win, was $147. now $117 You save $30. 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 away, and we can give you a gift certificate tor the Xmas tree. GEM BOAT SERVICE Gem Terrace Beach On Catawba Island, ^ert-Clinton, Ohio 1956 Lyman Outboard on The new Ifl' Outboard new 18' Inboard Runabout Some models 1956 Johnson Motors NEW 21 ft. 1955 Chris Craft outboiird cruiser. Here's a low cost roomy plywood cruiser affording complete cabin facilities and with the look of action in every line. S «e this outstanding honing value NOW. USED JOHNSON MOTORS 2—1955 25 hp electric »379 1—1955 25 hp Hand Pull $325 2—1955 10 hp .Tohnson $225 Re the first to own a new (Holiday Bronze) Johnson. Ordc. your motor now for spring delivery for as little as 10""r 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 _ot_Columbu8 Ave.. Sandusk:?^. 37. HOUSE TRAILERS 24"H"OUil IBOTTLE' GAS iSEftVICe" Ohio House Trailer Service Co. New and Used Sales Perkins ot Columbus_Ave ^Ph^_1881 TRAILER FOR RENT Utilities fum. Laundry Perkins Ave Trailer Court. 444 W _Perkins _Ave. HOPPERS TRAILER SALES' Modern Mobile Homes. Accessories and Service Rtes 2-6 Just West of Huron Phone Huron 2891 WHEN you see our Mobile Homes and get our prices, then you will know why our customers recommend us and our competitor* condemn us PARK'S TRAILER SALES 5 miles south of Norwalk, Rt. 250-13 37-A. TRUCKS — TRAILERS GOOD USED TRUCKS Sandusky Equipment Co. 2602 Venice Road Phone 4f48 38. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE •53 FORD FAIRLANE Convertible. $250. Will finance. Ph. 3009 -M. _1403_Forest Dr. WHEN SOMEONE loses, someone gains, and I am forced to sacrifice my car for Immediate cash. Phone 5639-M for an appointment to try out my 1952 Metallic Blue Plymouth Cambridge Club Coupe. I haven't taken many miles out. but • have recently replaced the tires. The price will be right for cash or trade to the first real buyer. FOSTER CHEVROLET 1521 CLEVELAND AVE. PHONE 6300 1950 PLYMOUTH Convertible, sharp red finish, radio, heater. A -1 condition throughout $450 QUALITY MOTORS, INC. 11 ^904 Cleveland Rd. Ph. S.'S32 •55 BUICR Riviera 2 -dr. XirPower equipped. Will sell to best offer. Call 269 anytime. CHICAGO. Dec. 20 (UP)—Billy Pierce compiled the lowest earned run average in the major leagues since 1946 and Herb Score set an all-time strike-out record for rookies this year to highlight an otherwise drab campaign for American League pitchers. The 1955 season was the first in the history of the circuit which did not produce a single 20- game winner. Frank Sullivan of the Boston Red Sox and Whitey Ford of the New York Yankees shared the lead with 18 wins each. Pierce, 28-year-old southpaw curveball star of the Chicago White Sox, posted A 1.97 earned run average for the best showing in that department since Hal Newhouser's 1.94 in 1946. Pierce yielded only 45 earned rurii in 206 innings and embellished his performance with 157 strikcoutsT. Score, the Cleveland Indians* b.llllant flreballer. set a major league mark for rookies by strik- ir out 245 battel o in 227 Innings, The 22-year-old Score's strikeout total eclipsed Grovcr Cleveland Alexander's mark of 227, set In 1911. and also was the highest total in the big leagues since Bob Feller whiffed 348 batters in 1946. Basketball Scores COLLEGE Rice 75, Kansas 66 Wichita 70, Texas Christian 69 Ohio State 73, Tulane 66 Vanderbitt 8S, Georcia 61 Florida 74, Miami (fla.) 69 Steubcnville 82. Adelphia 68 Air Force All-Stara 73, Tex. Tech 64 Massachusetts 91, Boston Col. 73 Indiana 80, Cincinnati 61 BowlInK Gr. 81, Hillsdale (Mich.) S3 Wisconsin 71, Nebraska 93 Alabama 89, Holy Cross 84 Duquesne 71, Loyola (LA.) 55 Mlasourl 81, Idaho 97 Illinois 97, DePaul 79 Xavier (O.) 90, Georgetown (Ky.) 52 Tennessee 80, Boston U. 77 Clemson 94, Florida State 78 Colgate 86, Davidson 91 Wake Forest 95, Mississippi St. 68 California 84, Arizona 74 Dartmouth 61, USC 57 Seattle 73, St. Mary'a (Cal.) 94 Murray 111, Hamllne 30 High School Keghr kolls Perfect Gome PHILADELPHIA, Dec. !• (INS)—Ted Hoffman, Jr., 1S« year-old Roman Catholic High iBChool pupil, rolled a 3M bowlinf score for the Hi Spot team in the Classic Leaffvc Monday nlfht. Hoffman's perfect score came between tallies ot Ztt and 201 for a 724 series and he recorded 18 straight strikes _ over the first and aoeond : fames. Mississippi Works On Passing Attack UNIVEnSITY. MISS., Deo. 80 (INS)—The Mississippi football team is concentrating on passing in Itjs prearation for a Cotton Bowl Date Jan. 2 with Texas Christian University in Dallas, Texas. Coach Johnny Vaught ordered the Rebels Monday to sharpen their air defense after- an hour of rough scrimmage. Also on the agenda was a 30 minute offense scrimmage. Open daily and Sundays: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. RELIABLE USED '54 PONTIAC 8, Star Chief 4 dr. Sedan, fully equipped. *54 Packard Clipper i dr. Sedan, radio, heater, automatic transmission. '53 NASH Rambler, Hardtop. Nice clean little car. '52 DESOTO ,| Firedome V-8, 4 dr. .Sodaii, ''I power steering, radio, heater, etc. I '52 PACKARD Clipper, 4 dr. .Sedan, radio, ; heater and overdrive. Nice. '51 FORD I Victoria, radio, iieater. Keen car. Sonderson Motor Co. STUDEBAKERPACKARD Phone 8575 or 8572 433 W. Market St. NEW 1955 EVINRUDES Fully Guaranteed by Evinrude 3—1055 New 7',^ lip $200 2—1955 New 15 hp $300 2—1955 New 25 hp dec . $470 .USED EVINRUDE MOTORS Reconditioned and Guaranteed 2—1954 25 hp elec. start $325 1—1053 25 hp .$2fi0 1—1952 25 hp with controls . $235 Smaller hp motors $27.50-$150 See our stock of New & Used Boats SANDUSKY BOAT CO. E. Washington and Meigs Sts. Sandusky. Ph 29(if) '52 FORD VICTORIA $995 BUSHMAN 640 tAMl' sr. Dorr Chevrolet Co. Good Selection ot Used Cmn At Traffic Light. Milan. O Ph 41B1 1950 MERCURY. Club Coupe. Radio and heater, overdrive. Very clean. $445 HUNTER MOTOR CO. 1640 Columbus Ave. Just north of the Subway. Ph. 3500 ^TWO ^lWncHiEVRJiEETiS Reasonable Phone 5554-J TRANSPORTATION SPECIALS 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 Ivan Won't Report NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP)— Ivan Irvin, veteran New York Ranger defenseman, has refused to report to Providence In the American Hockey League, Man* ager Muzz Patrick said today. Irvln was demoted to Providence late last week on waivers following a major shakeup in the Ranger lineup. Makes Books, Too COLUMBUS. Dec. 20 (UP) — Dean Wendell Postle of the Ohio State University College of Dentistry announced today that guard Dave Weaver of the Buckeyes' Big Ten champion football squad had made all A's in 17 classroom hours this fall. WORK MOTORS WILLYS-NASH 430_E. Market St. Ph. 3937 1955 IKORD V-8 a-door Fairlane Club Sedan. Fordomatic, two-tone, white sidewalls, excellent condition. Ph. Cfistalla 5-5589 after 3 P- »»• 1950 FORD FQRDOR . Excellent mechanical condition. One owner. $250. Volkswagen Sandusky, 1609 Sycamore Line. Phone 844^ PORTER FORD CO. 'An Authorized Ford Dealer' Milan. Ohio Phone 0-3363 You Can't Drive Overhead Why Pay For It Connie Discharged PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 20 (UP) —Connie Mack will be discharged from Presbyterian Hospital today and will spend the Christmas holiday at the home of his son, Roy, in Bryn Mawr, Pa. The former president and manager of the Philadelphia Athletica will be 93 Friday. 1950 MERCURY CLUB COUPE, overdrive, radio, heater. Nice clean car ^445 HUNTER MOTOR CO. 1040 Columbus Ave. Just north of theSjJbway^ Ph. 3500 194() CADiLLAC 4-dr. sedan. Nice shape. Will sell to best offer. Phone 269 anytime. Giaitti Ink Mueller NEW YORK, Dec. 20 (UP) — The New York Giants announced today that outfielder Don Mueller has signed his contract for the 1956 season. Mueller, who reportedly signed for $20,000, batted .306 last season. FRESCH'S CERTIFIED USED CARS 1953 STUDEBAKER Club Coupe, heater, maroon finish, dean inside and out. $850 1951 CHRYSLER .N'ew ^'(jrkt'r, 4 dr. Sedan, radio and healer. .Nice dark i^reen l'ini.>ii. $995 MANY, MANY MORE CLEAN CARS TO CHOOSE FROM FRESCH MOTORS INC Your Chrysler-Plymoulh Dealer 704 E. Perkins Ph. 8164 Allan Motor Sales 427 Main St. Huron Ph 4361 N. Madiion, Port Clinton. Ph 33ai 40. AUTOMOBILF TIREt. PARTS ACCESSORIES USED TIRES $3.95 and Up THE B F GOODRICH CO. 201 W Market St. Phone 199 '53 HUDSON 4-DR. $795 BUSHMAN 640 CAMP ST. REMEMBER • - • • For A Good Deal SEE NEIL 1955 DODGE Cuitom Royal Lancer Has everything, including pduer steering and brakes, power pak, radio, heater, f\en whiiewall tires. Very I low mileage. A gleaming tu- jj tone paint that makes it stand ! out in any company. Save $$$ j HURRY TO ... - jl NEILK. HOAK Motor Sales HURON, O. at Huroto River Bridge Open 1 to 9 P. M. Falcons Win Third BOWLING GREEN, Dec. 20 (UP>—Bowling Green rolled to an 81-53 victory over Hillsdale of Michigan Monday night after taking a 24-8 lead in the first 12 minutes. Report Miami Hosi Not Made Choice \ OXFORD. O., Dec. 20 (INS )i Miami University officials; said today that ho choice has." been made for the head footbalf coaching job although two Ohia men were reprted top contend' ers. Paul Hoerneman of Heidelberg^ College admitted he had been intervtewea and said he was interested in the job. Ed Sher> man of Muskingum College also admittted "he was intereted. Both coached unbeaten untied teams in the Ohio Conference this year. Lasf Night's Fights NEW ORLEANS'-Wlllle Paittaho. 115. New Orleuii, outpointed Kex Laync, 30t, Ocden, VUh, (!•). NEW YORK—St NichoUi Arena— Carmine Flore, 149 <4. Brooklyn, ilrew with Gene Potrler, Ht ?i, Niagara Falls, N. ¥., (It). What They're Saying— PARIS—Secretary of State John Foster Dulles, on Russian policy: "The tactics have changed, but there is ne change in purpose." , WASHINGTON-. Ltber Secretary James P. Mitcliell. on why he thinks woVliers will vote Republican next year: "The workinrmsn of this country, to use the ver' nacular, never had it so food." Hint Homicide In Jackson Fire JACKSON, O., Dec. 20 (UPV- The state fire marshal's office said today the death of a grandmother and three childi'en "could be either way—accidental or murder," and vowed to continue its inv»«t <B '«t'"" ""til nnt. nr tt^f other was proved. A fire destroyed a home near here Nov. 9, killing Eva Elkins. 35, and the children of Mrs. Elkius' two daughters. A pathologist report to the grand jury indicated the woman and at least two children suffered skull frac? tures previous to their death in the fire. 40. AUTOMOIILE TIRII, PARTS ACCESSORIES Save on ALLSTATE BATTERIES SEARS Ha« the Battery for Every Make of Car Bus or Truck LEOAIS NoriCrOF APPOlNTMiNT Case No. 10043 Estate of Newton J. Wild, deceased Notice is hereby gi%'en that Elsie L. Wild of Sandusky. Ohio, has been duly appointed Executrix of the! Estate uf Newton J. Wild, deceased, late of the City of Sandusky, Erie. County, Ohio, Creditors are required to file their claims with said fiduciary within four months. Dated this 16th day of December, 1955, JOHN W. BAXTER. Probate Judge of said County, dec. 20-27 jan 3 Dayton Youth Gets Taft Scholorship CAMBRIDGE, MASS., Dec. 20 (INS)—The first award of a scholarship established in mem,- ory of the late Senator Roberi A. Taft at Harvard law school was awarded to Glenn R. Murray, Jr., of Dayton, O. .. Murray is a second year law student. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University. The scholarship was created by Senator Taft's classmates of the class of 1913. The senator was graduated at the top of his class. Eo-Comedian Dies NOTICE Lloyd Jensen, whose place of residence is unknown, will take notice, that on the 19th day of October, 1955. Robert Coonrad filed his petitions for the adoption ot Ronald Warren Jensen, Gary Wayne Jensen, Eric John Jensen and Shelly Mae Jensen in the Probate Court of Erie County, Ohio, on the grounds that Lloyd Jensen has wilfully failed to properly provide for and maintain said Ronald Warren Jensen. Gary Wayne Jensen, Eric John Jen;>en and Shelly Mae Jensen for two U2) years immediately preceding the filing of said petitions, and that said cause will be on for hearing on and after the 37th day ol December, 1953. ROBERT COONRAD, By: STEINEMANN & ZEIHER, Attorneys at Law dec 13-30-a7 CINCINNATI. Dec. 20 (UP>— Services will be conducted today tor Harry G. Knabb, 64, former movie comedian, a taxi driver who suffered a fatal heart attack in his cab Saturday. Knabb was in show business from 1910 to 1921, for a time with the U. S. Motion Picture Corp., with such stars as Lon Chancy and Ruth Chatterton. He later joined Billy Bryant's Showboat and then retired from the stage after tries in vaudeville and burlesque. ASK ED-TV BANDS KEPT WASHINGTON, Dec. 20 (1NS> —Sen. Hubert p. Humphrey CD- Minn.) has asked the Federal Communications Commission to preserve the educ«tlon»l-TV channels as one way to overcom<> the nation's severe shortage ot teachers and classrooms. WANT ADS^BINQ ft£SUU'S

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