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Sandusky Register Star News (Newspaper) - November 6, 1953, Sandusky, Ohio THE SANDUSKY 6. 1953 Babies Driving Prove Hollywood Still Wacky City By MINE BOSBY r Nov. 6 1 town is in chaos 3D and but signs appeared today that it's still wacky Hollywood - now the babies drive hot rode and The sports car craze that be- * gan in this area now includes J three members of the popgun One junior motorist is Ralph Hartley aged 9, who drives a Ralph's fath ' manager of a machinery built the 8-foot-long car in To Be Observed Here Campaign For Memberships Will I Continue Until Legion will be observed all over the United starting on Armistice Nov. 11, and ending on giving Nov. 26. National Commander Arthur J. of has urged ev ery post to celebrate Armistice by launching an all-out cam to on every door for 54" to invite every eligible to membership in the American their wives or lady and veterans are invited to participate in celebrating Armistice Day at post club rooms next Wednesday A fish fry and refreshments will be served and there will be an orchestra for Post 83, along with the state and national is itself to the effort to retain justifiable hospitalization benefits to disabled and needy veterans after a report from Reinhardt N. service officer of the at this week's He also reported William Newton Zahn and Lewis Fletcher on the sick Post Commander Terence C. with the assistance of Cuba and Marc B. Freeman gave the obligation to William L. William Jackson and Donald The dinner for the meeting was arranged by Charles chairman of assisted by Robert Marion Mrs. Marion Mrs. Wilbert Mrs. Frieda Ebner and Mrs. H. L. Attendance awards went to James Harry William Dale Cuba Carl Marc Baron James Gerald Hoffman and Gordon E. MARIA MILLER DANCE ACADEMY Complete Dance Training Program Register Mon. after 4 M. in the Moose Hall Lester Pianos WILLIAMS Music Center CHICKEN T C BASKET TO TAKE For a evening lunch come out for our famous or any other carry out Try Our Delicious Spaghetti French Fried Mushrooms and Closed All Day Monday Wed. 4 p. m. to 1 a. m f 4 p. m. to 4 m. 11 m to 4 m 1� a. m- to 1 a m. seven patterning it af ter family's grown-up Cadil After Ralph climbs into his convertible and tears around an race track in the back this is his second said Sr. was four he drove a smaller car I made for spent on this car and have been offered for I started with a cut down Austin Little Ralph's auto has fancy fish tail fenders like the big cars and can whiz up to 70 miles an He isn't allowed to go over 15, Curtis believed to be the world's youngest drives a hot rod in San He is all of 3 years Curtis hasn't been talking long but he can toddle into his jalopy and 'er His car has three fourths You will never see Curtis wheeling into parking diapers Like the other baby his motoring is restricted to the back Moppet motorists also include 4-year-old William who is in a class with Ronald Bing Crosby and other owners of fancy foreign William boasts an Italian a 39-inch-long baby His oilman Loren bought it for family gave me heck for getting it for a he I'm replacing the gasoline motor with an electric motor until he is Theater Schedules i. OHIO - 3:05, 5:15, 7:20, 9:30. Prefer 3:25, 5:30, 7:35, 9:40. Short subjects - 2:55 5, 7, 9:05. PLAZA - - Minute To - 6:10, 9:30. Of and - Cartoon 4:40, 8. Of - 1:55, 8:35. Minute To - 2:50, 6:10, 9:25. Lift Censorship Press In Columbia Nov. 6 censorship in force tor the past four years has been lifted indefinitely pending adoption of a President Gustavo Rojas office Thursday that the suspension of censorship ordered in honor of the first National Press Congress which convened here last Friday would remain in effect after the congress The announcement said the action was taken the hope that newspapers will continue to lend the government their valuable influence towards fulfilling its task of restoring peaceful living among all Circus Model Builders To Meet In City On Sunday Northwestern Ohio members of both the Circus Fans Association and Circus Model Builders are to meet here Sunday afternoon in the conference room of The Purpose of the gathering is formation of a CFA and CMB which will be named after some circus owners or At present northwestern Ohio is the only part of the state without a CFA or club while the 20 or more Ohio Circus Model Builders are Both groups have the circus as their the latter specializing in building miniature John W. new national CFA is to be a guest of honor at the which is to start at 2 p. m. William a retired circus will show movies and others are to display Events Planned By Lodge Proceeds Of Saturday Dance Will Go To Damon Runyon Cancer Public la Vacationland Aerie of teams will host Port Clinton Eagles tonight at 8 o'clock At the same time of announced the appointment of Bob Giesseman as chairman of the feather party Nov. 21. auxiliary will sponsor a dance Saturday Nov. 7 with all proceeds going to the Damon Runyon Cancer The of Marblehead will furnish music for Public is A vacancy on the board of trus tees will be filled at the next on Nov. 11. Red sections of traffic lights in are generally lettered with a short advertising Because no one stops on the green that segment bears no DELICIOUS COOKING Our in the Basket - DELICIOUS DINNERS SANDWICHES - FRENCH FRIED ONIONS TASTY HOMEMADE OPEN DAILY AT 10:00 A. M. CARRY-OUT SERVICE LAVONA and BUD Aunt Kitchen 2215 TIFFIN AVE. Phone 79S0 Try Our Food Carry Out Chicken in the Basket STEAKS - CHOPS SPAGHETTI SEAFOODS Phone 122 LITTLE JOE'S TAVERN Ph. m Campbell St. special - bine Out CHICKEN and DUMPLINGS Roast Chicken 8c Dressing Beef 777..........$1t31T Fried Chicken Small Roast Turkey & Dressing Bone large With Bread and Butter Noon Day Plate Lunches 65c, 70c, 75e OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAT Plenty of SeeJ RESTAURANT 1115 WEST WASHINGTON ST. NITE CLUB SATURDAY NIGHT ONLY Morrey Brennan and present their famous Do You Remember Musical NITE CLUB FINE SANDWICHES 908 Columbus Nation Watches Surgeons Operate On Lung Cancer NEW Nov. 6 A audience watched via television Thursday night as doctors performed a cancer operation and treated a cancer victim with a new device using radioactive The program was carried over a 70-station NBC network in connection with the annual meeting of the Cancer Society in New The televised lung operation was performed on a cancer victim at the Tulane University Medical School in New Dr. Alton chief of the surgical explained the THE PROGRAM then switched to the Argonne Cancer Research Laboratories in Chicago where a cancer was being treated with a device which aims the powerful rays of radioactive cobalt at the The cobalt is rotated around the patient on a circular Dr. James associate professor of radiology at Chicago explained that while the rays remain constantly beamed on the tumor their course through the patient's body is always chang This reduces the danger of exposure of healthy tissues to the Traces Guilt Complex Back 5 Years LONG Nov. 6 - Dr. Samuel A. a reports complete recovery of a woman who suffered a nervous breakdown from a because she kept a wallet she found in 1948 instead of turning it over to * The psychiatrist said that he discovered the source of the woman's emotional difficulties and solved her problem by surrendering the wallet to authorities for The with that was in was then restored to its Mrs. Blanche who 16st it at the Santa Anita race Henry Ford was issued one of the world's first automobile licenses in 1897. Sky-Blue Wildcatter Nov. 6 unveiled a wildcat oil well today old-time drillers will have a hard time recognizing the glamorized The well was erected by the 20th-century Fox Film Co. on a back lot of the To keep the well as unobtrusive as the 136-foot high derrick was a sky-blue 3 BIG SHOWS On Our Ntw TODAY AND SATURDAY Prices for This Engagement times 20c adults m HOWARD Gentlemen Prefer Blondes TECHNICOLOR SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY JEAN SIMMONS VICTOR MATURE Vort AFTER THE GAME COME TO DOWNING'S BARN DANCING FROM 9 to 12:30 i 1 I | 1 I 1 & m I mm - NOW PLAYING - THE McAfee Trio I Starting at 8:45 Sandusky's Best Entertainment You Will Like to Dance to VOGUE LOUNGE I I 1 1. I 1812 CLEVELAND RD. 1 I 30E301 locao Sandusky's Best Entertainment NOW PLAYING JOHN and JOYCE Playing and Singing 8 Piano Bongo Drums Songs o Nightly 9 P. M. to 2 A. M. incl Sunday HI 1^ MJJ LOUNGE In the Heart of Downtown Sandusky D Fun for Kiddies from 2 to 102 OPEN to 11:15 SAT. and to 11 P. M. LAST BIG WEEK SY JONES and HIS ALL-STARS STARTING NOVEMBER 10 Wilson & his Melody Rangers Big Square Dance on Our Slage which will also be on WLEC at 11:15 to 11:45 P. M. SUNDAY AFTERNOON to 5 E DEMMA CAFE W. Monroe and Carr NOW SERVING SPAGHETTI and MEAT BALLS Made from Our Real Italian Recipe - ALSO - FRENCH FRIED ONIONS - POTATOES - SHRIMP 5 P. M. to Midnite - Daily Except Monday Orders to Take Out -Phone 6010 Cube Steak - Hamburger - Hot Ham - Cheeseburger - Swiss Cheese - Sandwiches at All Times Fresh Perch and French Fries Every Friday Night OPEN A. M. to 1 A. M. Daily and Sunday Owned and Operated by Babe and Elton Krueger Sat PRESENTS HUGH HUGHES AT THE PIANO BAR 8 P. M. to 1 A. M. Formerly with and Sammy Kaye TRY OUR TASTY CAFETERIA SPECIALS LUNCHEON and DINNER Served Daily 11 A. M. to 7:00 P. VL FRIDAYS till 8 P. M. SATURDAY SPECIALS Whole Fried Pickerel 79c Stuffed Green Pepper 39c Spaghetti & Meat Balls 60c City Chicken & Noodles 65c Use the Classified Pages
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