The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 16
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 16

Sandusky, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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THE SANDUSKY REGISTER-STAR-MEWS Huron-co Realty f^roperty Up $1,312,040 Over 1954 KORWALK, Dec. 21 — Total valuation of realty property In Huron-eo for 1955 amounts to 181 ,077,110, according to the ab- iitract of real property of the eounty approved by the Ohio board of tax appeals. The In- erease was upped $1,312,040 over 1954, It was the first abstract filed by County Auditor B. F, Kean requirfed to show the classifications of property In all 55 of the county's taxing districts. •howB Breakdown The abstract shows that there ara 299,278 acres used for agricultural purposes, valued at $22,776,440 Industrial land and buildings, $4,778,620; commercial properties, $7 ,350 ,270 and residential, $26,171 ,780. Public utility properly in (he county is valued-at $15,065,700, making a total value on the 1955 tax books of $76,942,810. Norwalk's breakdown of classifications of property is as follows: agricultural, $182,040; industrial, $1,226 ,420; commercial, .$3,183,380; residential, $10,237,550, which in all represents an increase of more than $330,000 over the 1954 figure. The local public utility property is valued at $1,254 ,970. Use of this type of abslracf. according to Auditor Kean enabled th« board of tax appeals to readily determine appraisal values on ure sales values, which are carefully checked by members of the tax department. , "Through this method residential property In the rural areas which generally has a higher sales ratio, will not affect land used exclusively tnv agricultural purposes," Kean stated. Vermilion Council Names Joseph Ryan As Chief Of Police Nativity Pageant At Huron Paz Regains Title To LaPrensa Today BUENOS AIRES, Dec. 21 (UP) Dr. Alberto Gainza Paz takes formal title today to the principal properties of the newspaper La Prensa, confiscated irom him more than four years ago by deposed dictator Juan D. Peron. The La Prensa building and the printing plant, six blocks away, were handed over Monday to Manuel Ordonez, chief counsel of the Paz family, but today's ceremony formally marks restitution of the properties. VERMILION, Dec. 21—At the regular meeting of the village council Joseph Ryan was appointed permanent chief of police. He had served as temporary chief since the resignation of former Chief Benson six months ago. Authorization was given to the Ohio Edison Co. to replace an iron street light pole with a wooden one at the southwest corner of E. Liberty and Decatur- sts. The safety committee reported that Volunteer Fire department equipment would be moved into the new fire hall as soon as the floors are painted. The application of Gilbert P. Grote as member of the fire department was approved. An ordinance was passed to fix the salary, of the chief of police at $360 monthly, payable semi-monthly, such ordinance to take effect Feb. 1, 1956. There have been many favorable comments regarding the Christmas street decorations and members of council expressed their appreciation to all of the organizations of the village who helped put up the decorations. is invited to l.lie parking lot next to the chui'ch for viewing. Duo to expected severe wea'.her llie i)rc.sontafion will be limited to 20 minutes. The annual presentation of the Na'.ivily will be shown each night beginning today and continuing through Christmas Eve atj 7 p. m. ' The pageant is put on by members of the Youth Fellowship of iVm Hiiron Evangelical United Brethren Church and is shown on the lawn of the church at the corner of Williams and Shirley- sts in Huron. With lighting and music broadcast from the church steeple the beautiful portrayal comes to life as the characters take their places in the scene. The pageant was first stn'\ged two years ago and now in ils third year lias become an annual event! for the community. The public Fremont Mail May Reach Record Total FREMONT. Dec. 2I~A record Cliii.stmas volume of outgoing mail from Fremont postoffice was forecast today by Superin- lendent of Mails N. L. Thompson. Cancellations foi' the first 19 days of this month totaled 673,100 as compared with 512,800 the same period in 1950, the year when an all-time high was established here. Winter Wheat, Grain Report Near WASHINGTON (INS)—The first official report is due this week on the number of acres planted to winter wheat and other fall-sown grain for the 1956 crop. The overall national allotment for both winter and spring wheat is 55 million acres. Traditionally, winter wheat makes up about three- tourths of the total crop. The fact that the price support leve' for 1!>56 wheat will drop to 76 percent of parity may discourage some farmers from planting the full acreage permitted under their individual allotments. E. W. Altstaetter Insurance Agency General Insurance 802 Washinqfon Bldg. Phone 259 G. J. SCHILLIG, Chiroproctor For Appointment Phone 23 or 6778 ATTENTION MEN! Let Us Help You Pick that Gift for the One In Your Life . . . WE OFFER THESE SERVICES * FREE GIFT WRAPPING * FREE DELIVERY * MOST IMPORTANT OF ALL, SHE CAN EXCHANGE THE GIFT IF NOT FULLY SATISFIED Why not call us at 4011 or come in any time and see cur wide choice of Gifts. KERBER'S ERIE CHINA Open Daily 9 to 9 1810 Cleveland Ave. All of the nearly 100 lakes in western North Carolina are arti- '••;al. Largest is Fontana, in the Great Smokies, which covers an area of 10,800 acres. take a tip from ...SANTA Come solve your gift problems in our slipper department. We have the largest selection in town. From MEN'S SLIPPERS- WOMEN'S SLIPPERS CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS ^ ^2'' to ^4 95 71 E. Market Stree,! Now You Too Can Own A CAPEHART TELEVISION A demonstration will convince you that there is "nothing finer than a Capehart" We need used tele\'!.sion .sets and are in a position to offer you riiore for your old set so that you can now buy a Capehart for less than you would pay for an ordinary set. Prices start at S179.95 for 21" table niodels. WILLIAMS RADIO & TV Service is Part of Our Sales 217 Reese St. Phone 2445 Now / 2 Big Qift Features at ALL CUSSINS I FEMN'S STORES DflUXf •'•y if wipm off wkitktn. N BLACK AND GOLD GIFT CASE BUY IT WITHOUT A TRADE-IN $29.50 NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH TRADE-fN On<>*i to 9 P. M. Tonight and All This Week Except Sat. till 5:30 NOMA LIGHTS the safest lights you can put on your tr— Om^^^;^ COMPANY 237 W. Washington Row Phone 125 This ChfiB!m*« Give FABERGE TOILETRIES The Favoritei Designed For Fragrant Giving COLOGNE EXTRAORDINAIRE in deeoraHT *lr .c«pp«cl Cylindw. IN SIZES AT $3.50 & $5 Bath Powder and Cologne. BATH SET $3.75 FABERGE COLOGNE DUETTE ^•apitE.' Two Colognes in filigree "r '.;'"\,^.^*:5?^m^ gi" box; $2.50 BATH POWDER Separately Gift Boxed $2 .COLOGNE QUARTETTE $5 Vanity Sited Colognei PERSONAL LOANS *10 to *1000 To Pay Bills and Meet Sudden Expenses FINANCING OHIO PEOPLE SINCE UNDER STATE REGULATION ELECTRIC HOUSEWARES Atrtemelic Maher Maltei 2-9 nipi o( drliciouf coffee. Reheat teitiag, Etiy lo dcu. 202 W. Marlcet St. ITY 1.95 Phone 5470 delivtred to your door at your neigtiborhood grocers Pay Only 1.25 Per Week MteTeefter ••I A« Toaii M you like ii— lifllii. mcdiuin or <Ui Eau*-b4ah lOMi iih. Pay Only 1.25 Per Weelc <M %t—m »n4 Dry Irea li's 2 irooi ia I, Swiicii»» (fom Keam. 10 diyirOMOf indintljr. 0-1 PorteMe Miaer Ligbcweigtii, yet it'i powerful eoough lo do lou«h misiog ioba. SI 795 Pay Only 1.25 Per Week mmmmmmmmmmmsmsm Pa^nlvUS Per Week ••I teerfwicii Orill mn4 £riU*, lotiu «rKl (riei iooda ii»ke« ww^"^ $10.95 •-i Ma«« Trevel ITMI AMMMMM * eed wofht i «e AC or DC. For | Pay Only 1.25 P«t W««k Pey Only l.aS Per Week BILL WALTERS STORE 174 E. MARKET ST. PHONE 740 Here's wishmg all our tneighbors You Still Have Time to Make that LAST MINUTE GIFT Purchase Choose from our Huge Selection of Gifts for Him, Her or The Home. • PEG BOARD KITS • POWER TOOLS • HAND TOOLS • MIRRORS • 3-in-l PAPER DISPENSERS • BRUCE CHOP BLOCKS And many other Home and Workshop Itemi Available! •Vou, Roliabl. Lumber Dealer Sine. i924" G: J. PEL 1215 McKinley St. Phone 2571 CLOSED ALL DAY Sat., Dec. 24 — Mon., Dec. 26 and Mon., Jan. 2 READ THE CLASSIFIED PAGES

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