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   Sandusky Register (Newspaper) - April 20, 1965, Sandusky, Ohio                                Eleven Seconds Of Freedom  ly a few months, said Ire was not.familiar with details of the case, but ordered Dean jailed until he decides whether to go ahead with another trial. The murder happened almost 18" years ago, and several witnesses are dead. Dean told newsmen at the jail, "I would welcome a new trial, a fair trial." Dean said he wanted a chance to prove his worth to the people who had believed in him throughout his 14 years in prison. He cited Jack Sough, former reporter and now employe of the Columbus Dispatch public service department, and former FBI agent and attorney Bob Jack, as his two staunch-est supporters. While maintaining his Innocence in the murder, Dean said, "If I had been leading the right kind of life, I wouldn't have found myself in the situation where this miscarriage of justice could happen." If he is released, Dean said, he wants to get a job and "be-come respectable." He said he is trained as a clerk and a sailor since he was in the Merchant Marines during World War II. 5. Flortsti PUN KRAI* DESIGNS riowera (or all Occasions AMERICAN BEAUTY FLORISTS comer of Jackson and Mark* 628-7814 SANDUSKY REGISTER PAGE II TUES., APRIL 20, 1065 6. Personal NoHeos U6ALS LEOALS LEOALS LEOALS  ledged for the payment of bonds or other obligations Issued or guarantees made pursuant to laws enacted under or ratified, validated, confirmed, end approved by this aectlon. No guarantees or loans and no lending of aid or credit shaU be made under lawa enacted or validated, ratified, confirmed, and ap- Sroved pursuant to or by this see-on of the Constitution for facilities to be constructed for the purposo of providing electrio or gas utility service to the public. Vaccine Fights Recruit Disease WASHINGTON (UPI) - The U.S. Public Health Service believes it has found an oral vac cine effective against a virus which long has taken a heavy toil of military recruits. A field trial showed the vaccine works against so-called "cat fever," which for some Mason as yet unknown hits particularly hard among recruits Jaking basic training, the service said Monday. Symptoms give the appearance of a bad cold with high fever, but the �Uaient often leads to pneumo- � The service said the vaccine *wa tested with Marine recruit jyojunteers at a training camp where the virus was epidemic, fit prevented the disease 100 f er cent among those who took Jt whereas 25 per cent of another group that did not take u vaccine got the dise�m The powers herein granted shaU be In addition to and not in derogation of existing powers of the state or its political subdivisions, taxing districts, or public authorities, or their agencies or instrumentalities or corporations not for profit designated by any of them as such agencies or instrumentalities. Any corporation organized under the lawa of Ohio is hereby authorized to lend or contribute moneys to the state or its political subdivisions or agencies or instrumentalities thereof on such terms as may be agreed upon in furtherance of laws enacted pursuant to this section or validated, ratified, confirmed, and approved by lt. Amended Substitute House Bill 170 enacted by the General Assembly on June 4, 1963, and Amended Senate BiU 360 enacted by the General Assembly on June 27, 1063, are hereby validated, ratified, confirmed, and approved In all respects, and they shall be in full force and effect from and after the effective date of this section as laws of this state until amended or repealed by law. FORM OF BALLOT Be it further resolved, that at the election herein designated for submission of this, amendment to tha electors of the State of Ohio, the same shall be placed on the official ballot in the manner prescribed by law and shall be designated as follows: Proposing to amend Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio by adding Section 13 to provide that to create jobs and employment opportunities and improve the economic welfare of the people. It is in the public interest and  a  proper Sublio purpose for the tate and other designated agencies of the State to acquire, construct, enlarge, improve or equip, and to sell, lease, exchange and otherwise dispose of property, structures, equipment and facilities for Industry, commerce, distribution and research: to make and guarantee loans, and to borrow money and Issue bonds or other obligations, to provide moneys for such purposes; to exclude the application of certain sections of Article VIII and Article XII; to authorize laws to carry such purposes into effect: to provide that moneys raised by taxation shall not be oh. Ugated or pledged; to provide that no guarantees, loans or Tending of aid or credit shall be made under laws enacted pursuant to or validated by such amendment for facilities to be constructed for the purpose of providing electrio or gas utility service to the public:. to authorize corporations to lend or contribute moneys! and 'o validate certain laws enacted by the 105th General Assembly. And be it further resolved, that the required publication of the aid proposed amendment shall be mad* arid the form of ballot to be used In the said election for the submission thereof shall be prepared by the Secretary of State of utf State of Ohio in conformity aocordlng to law to have voted in favor thereof the governor of the Stale of Ohio shall make proclamation thereof forthwith. (Amended Senate Joint Resolution No. 2) JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to amend Article VIII of the Constitution of lhe state of Ohio by adding section Jh lo provide for the Issuance of bonds for development, Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, Three-fifths of the members elected to each nouse concurring therein, that there shall be submitted to the electors of the State of Ohio, in tho mnnner prescribed by law, at a special election to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May, 1965, a proposition to amend Article VIII of the Constitution of the State of Ohio by adding thereto a new section as follows; Section 2h. The State may, from time to time, borrow not to exceed two hundred ninety million dollars end issue bonds or other obligations thereof for any one or more of the following purposes: acquiring, constructing, reconstructing or otherwise improving and equipping buildings and structures of the state and state supported and assisted institutions of higher education, including those for research and development; acquiring lands and interests in lands lor sites for such buildings and structures; assisting In the development of the State, to acquire and develop lands and interests in lands and develop other state lands for water Impoundment sites, flood control, parks and recreational uses, or conservation of natural resources; to develop slate parks and recreational facilities including the construction, reconstruction and improvement of roads and highways therein; to assist the ?iolItical subdivisions of the state o finance the cost of constructing and extending water and sewerage lines and mains: for use in conjunction with Federal grants or loans for any of such purposes; and for use In conjunction with other governmental entities in acquiring, constructing, reconstructing, improving, and equipping water pipelines, stream flow improvements, airports, historical or educational facilities. The aggregate total amount of such borrowing outstanding under authority of this section shall not, at any time, exceed such sum as will require, during any calendar year, more than $20,000,000 to meet the principal and interest requirements of any such bonds and other obligations, and the charges for the issuance and retirement of such bonds and other obligations, falling due that year. No part of such borrowing shall be contracted after the last day of December, 1970. All bonds or other obligations issued pursuant to this section shall mature within thirty years from the date of issue. The faith and credit of the state are hereby pledged for the payment of such bonds or other obligations or the interest thereon, and they shall be payable from all excises n..d taxes of the state, except ad valorem taxes on real and personal property, income taxes, and fees, excises or license taxes relatli.g to the registration, operation, or use of Vehicles on the public highways, or to fuels used for propelling such vehicles, after making provision for pajment of amounts pledged from such excises and taxes for payment of bonds issued under authority of Sections 2e and 2f of this Article. During the period beginning with the eitectlve date of the first authorization to issue bonds or other obligations under authority of this section and continuing during such time as such bonds or other obligations are outstanding, and so long ls moneys in the Development Bond Retirement Fund are insufficient to pay all Interest, principal and charges of such bonds or other obligations issued under authority of this section and becoming due in each year, a sufficient amount of moneys derived from such excises and taxes of the state is hereby appropriated in each year for the purpose of paying the interest, principal and charges for the issuance and retirement of bonds' or other obligations issued under authority of this section becoming due in that year without other appropriation but according to law. The moneys derived from such excises and taxes and hereby appropriated shall be paid into a distinct bond retire- Sieut fund designated "Development iond Retirement Fund", hereby created. Such moneys shall be expended as provided by law for the purpose of paying interest, principal and charges for the Issuance and retirement of bonds and other obligations Issued under authority of this section. Sufficient amounts of such moneys in the Development Bond Re ARTICLE VT Section 8. To Increase opportunities to the residents of this state for higher education, lt la hereby determined to be In the public interest and a proper public purpose for the state to guarantee the repayment of loans made to residents of this state to assist them in meeting the expenses of attending an institution of higher education. Laws may be passed to carry into effect such purpose Including the payment, when required, of any such gunrantee from moneys available for such payment after first providing the moneys necessary to meet tho requirements of any bonds or other obligations heretofore or hereafter authorized by any section of the Constitution, Such laws and guarantees shall not be subject to the limitations or requirements of Article VIII or of Section 11 of Article XII of the Constitution. Amended Substitute House Bill No. C18 enacted by the General Assembly on July 11, 1981, and Amended Senate Bill No. 384 enacted by the General Assembly on May 23, 1963, and all appropriations of moneys made for the purpose of such enactments, are hereby validated, ratified, confirmed, and approved in all respects, and they shall be In full force and effect from and after the effective date of this section, as laws of this state until amended or repealed by law. FORM OF BALLOT The above proposal shall be placed on the official ballot In the manner prescribed by law and shall be designated as follows: Proposing to amend Article VI of the Constitution by adding Section S to increase opportunities for higher education by providing for guarantees of loans to residents of the state to assist them in meeting expenses of attending institutions of higher education, to provide for payment of such guarantees, to authorize enactment of and to validate laws for such purposes, and to validate appropriations of moneys to carry out the purposes of auch laws. If a majority of the electors voting on said amendment vote In favor thereof, it shall thereupon be part of the Constitution. 	YES 	NO YXS NO tirement Fund are hereby appropriated for the purpose of paying interest, principal and charges for the issuance and retirement of bonds or other obligations issued under authority of this section, so long as any of them are outstanding, without other appropriations but according to law. Any balance remaining in the Development Bond Retirement Fund after payment of all interest, principal and charges for the issuance and retirement of bonds and other obligations issued under authority of this section, shall be disposed of as shall be provided by law. As long as any of such bonds or other obligations are outstanding there shall be levied and collected, in amounts sufficient to pay the principal of and the interest on such bonds or other obligations, excises and taxes, excluding those above excepted. SCHEDULE The above proposal Bhall be placed on the official ballot in the manner prescribed by law in essentially the following form: Shall Article VIII of the Constitution of the state   of   Ohio   be amended by adding thereto section 2h to authorize the state to borrow not to exceed $290,000,000 and  issue bonds of the state, until December 31, 1970. payable from general revenues of the state for industrial development, capital improvements, natural resources, and educational  facilities,   provided   the   aggregate charges for payment of principal and interest on such bonds may not exceed   $20,000,000   in any calendar year. If the majority of the electors voting on the foregoing proposed amendment at the election to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May, 1965 adopt the same, it shall thereupon be part of the Constitution of the State of Ohio. 	YES 	NO the above proviulons. u a roa-r * the tiegtori vottn* on amendment ahaU be declared (Amended Senate Joint Resolution No. 4) JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to amend Article VI of lhe Constitution of the State ot Ohio by adding section 5 to ln-creace  opportunities  for  higher education by providing for guarantees of loan* lo residents of lhe Stale lo assist them In meeting expenses of attending institutions of higher education, and to authorize the enactment of and to validate laws for such purpose. Be it resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, three-fifths of the members elected to each house concurring therein, that there shall be submitted to the electors of the state in the manner prescribed by law, at a special election to be held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in May. 1965. a proposal to amend Article VI of the Constitution of Ohio by adding thereto a sew section a* lo^lowi; (Amended Substitute House Joint Resolution No,,l) JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing to amend sectione I, 1, I. 10, and 11 of Article XI. and lo repeal sections 4 and S of Article XI of lhe Constitution of the State of Ohio to provide for apportionment of the House of Representatives. Be lt resolved by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio, three-fifths of the members elected to each house concurring therein, that there shall be submitted to the electors of the state in the manner prescribed by law at a special election to be held on the first Tuesdav after the first Monday in May. 1965, n proposition to amend sections 1, 3, 8, 10. and 11 of Article XI, and to repeal sections 4 and 5 of Article XI of the Constitution of Ohio to read as follows: ARTICLE XI Section 1. The apportionment of this State for members of the General. Assembly shall be made every ten years, after the year one thousand nine hundred seventy, in the following manner: The whole population of the state, as ascertained bv the federal census, shall be divided by the number ''One Hundred, Forty," and the quotient shall be the ratio of representation in the House of Representatives, for ten years next succeeding such appor tlor>ment. No apportionment herein provided for shall affect the election or term of office of any member of the Genera] Assembly chosen before it was made. Section 3. Representation In the House of Representatives shall be determined as follows: (A) If a county consists entirely of two or more whole congressional districts, the county shall be entitled to one representative for each full ratio of population and a representative for population in addition to a full ratio substantial equal to a ratio. The total number of representatives shall be evenly divided among, and elected at large from, the separate congressional districts, and any number remaining after an even division shall be elected at large from the county. IB) If a county contains one or more whole congressional districts entirely within its boundaries and a portion of another congressional district or districts, representatives shall be apportioned to such county as follows: (1) If such county contains only one whole congressional district entirely within its boundaries and a portion of another congressional district or districts, representatlvea may be apportioned to the county by either of the following methods: (nj Apportion to the county one representative for each full ratio of population and a representative for population in addition to a full ratio substantially equal to a ratio, all representatives to be elected at large from the county; or '(b) Apportion to the congressional district wholly within the county one representative for each full ratio of population and one representative for population in addition to a full ratio substantially equal to a ratio, and either form a representative district of the remainder ot the county, apportioning to such remainder one representative for each full ratio of population and a representative for population in addition to a ratio substantially equal to a ratio, or combine the remainder of the county, In one or more portions, with another oounty or counties or portions of a county or counties to form one or more representative districts each containing population substantially equal to a ratio. (2) If such county contains more thin one whole congressional district entirely within Its boundaries and a portion of another congressional district or districts, such combined congressional districts wholly within the county shall be apportioned one representative for each full ratio of population in the combined districts and a representative for population in addition to a full ' ratio substantially equal to a ratio. i The total number of representatives shall be evenly divided among, and elected at large from, the separate congressional districts, and any number remaining after an even division shall be elected at large from the combined congressional districts. The remainder ot such county may be formed into a representative district entitled to one representative for each full ratio of population and a representative tor population in addition to a full ratio substantially equal to a ratio, or such remainder may be combined, in one or more portions, with anotner county or counties or portions of a county or counties to form one or more representative districts each containing population substantially equal to a ratio. (C) All counties other than those coming within the provisions of divisions (A) or (B) of this section shall be apportioned representative* A3 follows: (1) A county shall be entitled to one representative for each ftiU ratio of population. (2) A county entitled to one or more representatives ma) be appor tioried a reuicicmative for P0pul~ tion in addition to a full ratio su stantially equal to a ratio, or a por tion or portions of such county containing such additional population, whether or not substantially equal to � ratio, may ba eombined with another county or counties or portions of a county or counties to form a representative district or districts each containing population ubitantiaily equal to a ratio. (3) A county containing population . less than but substantially equal to a ratio may be apportioned ona representative, or such county, in one or more portions, may be combined With another county of counties or portlona of a county or counties to form a representative district or districts each containing population substantially equal to a ratio. (4) Counties containing population less than a ratio, and not apportioned representatlvea pursuant to the foregoing provisions of this section, or a portion or portions of such county or counties, shall be combined to form a representative district or districts and such district or districts shall be apportioned representatives in conformity to the requirements of Article XI of the Ohio Constitution, the United States Constitution, federal laws, and the judicial interpretation thereof in force at the time of each formation of an apportionment plan. (D) The following standards shall be observed in the formation of representative districts: (1) District lines established for the election of representatives for the previous apportionment period shall be respected to the fullest extent possible. (2)' County lines may be crossed only to the extent necessary. (3) Districts shall be composed of contiguous territory and shall be as compact and as similar in economic and community Interests as possible. (E) If congressional district boundaries are altered between the times fixed for apportionment by Article XI, Ohio Constitution, the boundaries of such congressional districts as they existed at the time of the last apportionment shall re-�nal.i fixed for representative apportionment purposes until the next representative apportionment period. Section 8. If, in fixing any subsequent senatorial ratio, a senatorial district previously entitled to a separate representation, has le�s than three-fourths of the new senatorial ratio, such senatorial district shnll be attached to the senatorial district adjoining lt having the least number of inhabitants and the repreie1 ta-tion ot the district, so formed, ahall be determined as provided in Article XI, Ohio Constitution. . Section 10. For the first six years, after the year one thousand nine hundred sixty-five, the apportionment of the representatives shall be as provided pursuant to the schedule, and no change shall ever be made in the principles of representation, as herein established, or, in the Senatorial districts, except as above provided. All territory, belonging to a county at the time of any apportionment, shall, as to the right of representation and suffrage* remain an integral part thereof, during the decennial period. Section 11. The Governor or his appointee, Auditor, and Secretary of State, two members of the Senate, one from the majority party and one from the minority party, designated by the presiding officer of the Senate, and two members of the House of Representatives, one from the majority party a^d one from the minority party, designated by the presiding officer of the House, shall constitute the Apportionment Board. The Governor or OFHCI HOURS 8:38 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily Saturday 8:30 a.m. to Noon To IMaee Your FAMILY WANT AO hone 625-8800 DEADLINES REGULAR CLASSIFIED ADS 6 P.M THE DAY PRIOR TO PUBLICATION CLASSIFIED DISPLAY lo:30 a.m. the day prior to publication. CORRECTIONS - Errors not the (ault ot the advertiser will be ad-lusted oy one free insertion if such error lessens the value of the ad, Please notify the department after first Insertion CASH RATES FOR CONSECUTIVE DAYS Minimum Space 3 Lines Minimum 11.00 Avg. number 7       4 of words: Days  Days Up to 15     .........   $2.94  $2.16 16 to 2U    ............   3.U2    2.88 21 to 25    ...........   4.90    3 60 28 to 30     ...........   6 88    4.32 t win not be responsible for any debts contracted by any one Other myself.   Sam Dlckerion, IMS Far well St. FREE anack bars installed In all type businesses tor instant hot coffee, chocolate, tea, soups, ftfo 1543 Fred "Doc'' Seek. FOUR-WHEEL   BRAKES    AMD useless without for�-sighted drivers   Insure your car with GEORGE E. MOORE-4BMaTl Greyhound Tours TO THE HOLLAND TULIP FESTIVAL weekend   escorted May 14, 15, 16.       ^ Ph. 625-8607-218 W. Water St 3-day tour. WE PAY TOP PRICE FOR Antiques and Hc^uehoWLOCo* CALL BOB NEWTON-6SB5-S178_ FORMAL WEAR RENTALS, W�d dings. .P�m.^oor?eo1is.t^e. � per?Sfitt?ng. ket St 1S8 Mar< Ads ordered tor more than one day and stopped before explra tion Will only be charged for the number of times the ad appeared and adjustment made at the; rate earned. EXCEPTIONS - Help Wanted Ads, Lost and Found Ads. Cancellations and Corrections will be accepted 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. on the day of publication. Cards ot thanks and in Memor-lam Notices minimum 10 lines, $2.00, each additional Una 20o per line. A friendly ad m: ar will h^lp you write your ad, and you'll get fast results with a Sandusky Register "FAMILY WANT AD." FORMICA SPECIALISTS A. C. PETERSEN LUMBER CO. 401 N^Depot St.-�^94S5 _ BIG      BETTER     BEST Selection      Price     Service BLOOMQUIST RADIO * TV 1613 Hayea Avev-Ph. 625-2143__ HOME Building and Remodeling Lew Construction Co. Call 628-2242 for Estimate 10. Instruction Education Culture Travel tutor Jfti i and Oar* Collet* student will five lesions in French ____. man. Beginners. advanced, an levels, write: Kfoti Aurleht, 3707 Bote Rd., Huron, Ohio. 11. Male or Femcria Htlp Dinner Cook needed   immediately.   EjgeUent opportunity. Pleaca call aaSOMl. NEEDED, part time bartender e� bar maid.  Write Box 046, Sandusky RefHter. 12. Female Help Wanted his appointee shall aerve as chair man of the Board and the Secretary of State as secretary of the Board. The Board or any four members of the Board shall, at least one year prior to the general election, in the year one thousand nine hundred seventy-two, and, at each decennial period thereafter, ascertain and determine In accordance with Article XI. Ohio Constitution, the ratio of representation, according to the decennial census, the rumber of Representatives and Senators each county or district shall be entitled to elect, and for what years, within the next ensuing ten years, and the Governor shall cause the same to be published, in such manner as shall be directed by law. An appeal may be taken from the apportionment of representatlvea within thirty days following., the publication of such apportionment as provided in this section. Said appeal shall be to the Supreme Court of Ohio.  The Supreme Court shall promptly hear and determine such appeal. SCHEDULE If this amendment is adopted by _ majority of the electors voting thereon, existing sections 1, 3, 8, 10, and 11 of Article XI, and sections 4 and 5 of Article XI are repealed. The Apportionment Board created bv section 11 of Article XI, Ohio Constitution, or any four members of such Board, shall, within ninety days after the adoption of this amendment, apportion the House of Representatives for the 1967. 1969. and 1971 sessions of the General Assembly pursuant to the following provisions: 1. The 1060 federal decennial census Ohio population data ahall be divided by one. hundred forty to establish a ratio for representation. 2. Seats shall be apportioned pursuant to Section 3 of Article XI, Ohio Constitution, to counties, congressional districts, and representative districts formed according to P�cMon 3 of Article XI, Ohio Con atitutlon. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA STATE OF OHIO OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE I. TED W. BROWN, Secretary of State of the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true copy of Amended Senate Joint Resolution  Nos. 1, 3,  and 4, and Amended Substitute House Joint Resolution No. 1 filed In the office of the Secretary of State and iroposlng to amend the above sec ions of lhe Constitution of Ohio, IN  TE8TIM0NY   WHEREOF,  : have hereunto subscribed my name and affixed my official seal at Columbus this 18th day ot February, 1965. TED W. BROWN Secretary of State fSeal) March 30; April 6-13-20-27. ATKINSON - At Good Samaritan Hospital, Sunday, April 18, Mrs. Nellie B. Atkinson, aged 78 years. Widow of Allen, she lived at 524 Jackson St. Friends may call at Quick's Funeral Home. Services are to be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Grace Episcopal Church, the Rev. Robert George, officiating. Burial In Oakland Cemetery. TINKKR - At Providence Hospital, Saturday, April 17, Joseph J. Tink-... He Jived at 1122 Waverly Road. Friends may call at the Frey Fu-eral Home. Services are to be at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday in the funeral home and" 9 a.m. at SS. Peter and Paul Church, the Rev. Thomas Marlborough, officiating. Burial In Castalla Cemetery. I wish to thank my many friends, relatives and neighbors for their beautiful floral offerings, words of sympathy and acts of kindness shown me during my recent be reavement caused by the death of my husband, John Helget. Special thanks to Rev. Loar for his consol Ing words, Drs. Kromer, Mancuso and Chauvln and the staff of Memorial Hospital. Mrs. John Helget.       laced on the tax list and duplicate or the tax year 1965 for distribution to said Board of Education in the year 1968. Tha polls for said election will be open at 6:30 o clock am and remain open until 6:30 o'clock p.m., Eastern Standard Time of said day By order of the Board of Elec Hon, Erie County, Ohio. DON E. ROTSINGER, Clerk, Board of Electione of Erie County, Ohio. Dated: April 1, 1965. April �-13-20-27. Want Ad CLASSIFICATIONS 1. Death Notice 2. Card of Thanks 3. In Moinorlam *. Funeral Directors 5. Florists 6. Personal Notices 7. Lodge Notices 8. Lost and Found 9. Good Things to Eat 10. instructiua 11. Male or Female Help 12. Female Help Wanted 13. Salesladies, Agents 14. Male Help Wanted 15. salesmen, Agents 16. Employment Wanted 17. Business Opportunity 18. Publio Sale 19. Pets 20. Music, instruments 21. Miscellaneous for Sa'.e 22. Specials at Stores 23. Household Goods 24. Sporting Goods 25. Bicycles 26. Building Materials 27. Business Equipment 28. Wanted to Buy 29. Will Swap-Traae 30. Mlcellaneous for Rent 31. Sleeping Rooms 32. Apartments Furnished 33. Apartments Unfurnished 34. Houses for Kent 35. Business Property 36. Wanted to Rent 37. Farms, Acreage 38. Homes for Sale 39. Lots for Sale 40. Lake, Resort Property 41. Real Estate Wanted 42. Mobile Homes 43. Boats. Accessories 44. Trucks. Trailers 45. Autos for Salo 46. Autos Wanted 47. Auto Accessories 48. Cycles. Scooters GARAGES By GREAT LAKES BUILDERS. Your local dealer, 3.18 W. Market St., Sandusky, O. Phone 625-6449. ANTIQUES WANTED. Glass, furniture, jewelry, eto. Will pay $700 eacn for some tumblers. For appointment call 625-5176. Bob Newton. Buy One Gallon-Get one FREE MARY CARTER PAINTS Charles (Ben) LydlCt owner 927 W. Washington-826-388S FOR all types of home floor- cover ings see STOUT'S SANDUSKY HOME IMPROVEMENT. 901 Columbus, Ave. 628-8681,__ CATERING weddings, clasd reunion parties, etc. Foods cooked for all occasions. Ray Slegel, Seaway Meats.   626-3301.   after   6   p.m 626-6242. HALLMARK, Easter, Confirmation, First Communion cards. Brown's 415 Tiffin Ave. Sanduaky'e Greet ing Card Center.___ VISIT our new wallpaper department. Wallpaper steamers, floor senders for rent. Pittsburgh Paints. 212 Hancock. 625-2633. CATERING If you are planning a party, why not let us do all the work, rood, service, decorations and equipment furnished at one low rate. Call Mrs. Bunge. AStK SERVICES. Ph. 626-3481. 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