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Friday, August 28, 1959
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SANDUSKY ftt&ISTf* Ohio Fair Opens Week-Long Stand; 400,000 Attendance Being Predicted By Official Bishop said today's attendance should top 150 thousand, including both paid and free admissions. Last year the total wa:> 101,919. The record paid attendance of .142,000 was set in 1956, the last time Roy Rogers appeared at the fair. Last year's • figure was 271,•131. The current heat wave, that has COLUMBUS (UPI) - To the form, to the home and to Main St., the call went out to all parts of the state to come to the 1959 Ohio State Fair which began at 6 a.m. (est) today. Fair Director Rowland Bishop said he expects this year's gate to j break all records and is shooting for a total of 400 thousand paidi admissions, "if the weather gives! sent temperatures here soaring us a break." .'above the 90 mark for several The theme of the fair is some- 1 successive days, has produced one thing for everyone, and today the j discouraging note for the kids—no! emphasis is on youth, the day the fishing. j kids get in free to gape at the! Bishop said a search of Ohio: wonders of Ohio's bounty on dis- and several other states failed to; plav. locate enough fish to stock the Billed as the biggest yet. the 'fairgrounds fishing pond, a tradi- weck-long exposition ending Sept.; tionaI fea,llre nn You,h Da .V- Bl " * will unfold one of the nation's ;he ha P es ,0 ? ct " 8° ,n 8 b .V Sat ' biggest livestock exhibitions, ani-1 ur( ^ a J'' mal judging events, daily harness Cedar Hint Has free Firew6rfa On Three Niahts World Steel Output High NEW LEGION COMMANDER—Martin B. McKneally, 44, right, of Newburgh, New York, is the new American Legion commander. Introducing him to convention delegates at Minneapolis is outgoing Commander Preston J. Moore, Stillwater, Okla. races, a daily show by cowboy ttar Roy Rogers and his troupe. There will be style shows for the girls, rides for the kids, young, and old. and countless displays! and exhibits. ' Today Roy Rogers, a native Ohioan, will apear with his wife Dale, his horse. Trigger, and others of his cast to kick off his : series of afternoon and nightly! Related Wcf© Recent Rotary Convention Is The big livestock exhibition has; Highlights of the recent con Guest Speaker For Adventists Guest speaker for the Sandusky Seventh-day Adventist Church on a total of 15 thousand animals en- Beginning nightly next Tuesday. tered competing for premiums to will be the production, "Out of thej ta | ing abou , 118 thousand dollars Darkness," portraying Biblical ncenes "in living fire," at 'the grandstand with a spectacular display of fireworks. AMVETS Support Mrs. Swanbeck's - | a display of old time draft horses V/eWS OH OSDOm for the first time, a cat show. ended as deleg-.tes from San- ser Y! ce w ! n , be Elc,er Pa "' Gre ^ sky, were presented in words ? roff ' of the Oho Con- Cattle entries are especially heavy by Robert H.nners and in pic- fcrcnce of s eventh-day Aventists. in both beef and dairy breeds, tures by George Beare to San- His 'ravels have covered the Numerous Events Offered dusky Rotarians Thursday. entire United States - At Present Grand,, Circuit harness racing J " langaugc of those who Jjf j with the Ohio Conference will be staged five afternoons on were there the convention was holding two week meetings m ; the fairgrounds oval beginning outstanding through the large a.-; the different churches ,n Ohio. Saturday. ; tendance of representatives from I He will complete the series of J There will be a horse show, with| al1 P arts of the world and it em-imeetings held in the Clyde Church phasized the international pur-|f or tn > s district on Saturday even- poses and activities to which Ro-j in S A festival of free fireworks at Cedar Point will help to end the 1959 regular season in more ways than one with a bang. The free fireworks shows have been at trading increasing thousands to the beach. Displays are sched uled for tomorrow, Saturday night; Wednesday, Sept, 2, a*hd Saturday, Sept. 5. Hotel Breakers is once tfgain booked solid for the week-end with menriberr, and families of Ohio State Grotto Association forming the nucleus of room registration. Whirlpool Corp,/ Clyde, is expected to have mofe than 6,000 employes and families On hand for their annual picnic tomorrow. Novelty programs of all kinds will feature the all-day affair. In the patio nightly through Sept. 6 is the Alex Visci trio from 9 until 1. In the ballroom will be Toledo's popular band leader, Jack Runyan. The outdoor free show continues to feature the daredevil diver Billy Outten with his spectacular dive daily at 4 and 9. Nex f Wednesday, Sept. 2, will be bargain clay when all rides on the midway will be reduced to half price. Other half priqe, bargains will be pop and hot dogs. WASHINGTON (UPf) - World steel production increased sharply in the first six months of 1959 to ; a record annual rate of 346 million net tons, the Commerce Department reported Thursday. This compared with production of 289 million* >ons last y#af. And 316 million tbftt irt the previous peak year of 1957. . But the nationwide ' U.S. steel strike, which began July 15, will prevent production from maintaining its pace-setting rate. World steel output,for the Jart- ua ry-June period was. •fft .j ^OW net torts, an Increase of m ^ife than 31 million tons over the, coif- responding period -last yeitrr Ml jor part of the rise Wsis accounted for by the United States, which produced a record 64 ;27o\000 tons j ir the first six months of 1959. Steel production also rose sharply it. Japan, Canada and .Russia, increased somewhat in Western Europe and dropped slightly in the United Kindom^The government figures do not include Communist China and NorthiKorea. Looking Fat IMiiftl Qualify.«. Blgqer Savings? Buy From ffii .Mar -chants Wha Offer Vacationland Stamps 'Where You Create Your Own Atmosphere' BAR ROOM LIQUOR • m CARRY-OUT ftJNTV O* PAAKINft - YOUR »AVORITE DRINKS J Ucetetf •« ItftiiM 2 * A —3 miles EAST of HURONT The brain of an elephant weighs ten pounds. i border collie sheep herding show^Y « dedicated. I The Friday evening topic he- At this week's meeting of San-j and an antique car show. ! "To brush shoulders with Ro . if'nn.ng_at 7:30 will be. This is The space 'age will be represent-i tanans from man y countries and ed bv a towering 65-foot Air Force j t0 exchange ideas w ih men Thor missile set on its portable i everywhere engaged m the same launching pad. | lin f °f bus,ness «s.yourself, was the Osborne honor camp moved! Queen contests, band contests. j ' nd ^ a rare privilege said o another part of the state. j including the All-Ohio Band, and H '™ers. action to «he con- A special vote of thanks was I baton twirling contests will all! mention scenes. Beare showed by dusky Post, AMVETS, members unanimously adopted a resolution to support Representative Ethel Swanbeck in her efforts to have Long Distance Calling." Satur day's discussion will be, "The Land of Beginning Again." The public,is invited to attend the Saturday services in the Sandusky church, located at Camp and Madison-sts. IIG WHEEL ICE CREAM SANDWICH—ONLY 10c Plui * 4 variety of . delicious s«ndwieh«t.' Tata Soma Home Kaltcnbach Dairy Star* Pirkini Ave. LOMBARDY'S Accordion School FREE TRIAL LSSSON 42| W. Market St MA MUS FormerlyWilliams Music Centef also given her for her successful stand in helping prevent the Soldiers and Sailors Relief Commission from being transferred to the state welfare department during the recent legislative session. Richard Faust was accepted into the organization and Norman Weaver joined the Life Membership Club. Total number of life members is 134. Commander John Holzhauser said the post goal would be 700 members for the coming year. At present post membership is approximately 525. At tl-e Sept. 9 meeting, officers will be nominated for the coming year with election to take place at the Sept. 23 meeting. AH members are urged to attend these two important meetings. On Wednesday, Sept. 30, a joint Installation of post and auxiliary officers will be held. State Commander Richard Sherman, State Adjutant Don Spagnolo and State Auxiliary President Betty Welch have been invited to install officers. The ceremony will be preceded by a potluck dinner for all members. The post membership contest party at which the losing team in the recent membership drive will play host, will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 7. Little League Director John Holzhauser said the AMVET Little League's 12th annual banquet will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 29. All managers, coaches, umpires, scorek e e p e r s, groundskeepers, sponsors and their wives will be guests of the league. Eight members from Sandusky post and four from the auxiliary are in Grand Rapids, Mich., fori the week-end attending the Na -j rional AMVET Convention. have a turn. Among the new features will be the Arts & Crafts Building, filled with fine arts, homemaking arts and handicraft displays. Exhibits start with offerings by farm machinery manufacturers through numerous products made in the Buckeye State. Admission to the fairgrounds is 75 cents for adults and children under 12 free. Admission to the fireworks pageant is $1.75 for reserved seats and 75 cents for children under 12. General admission is 75 cents. Harness racing admission is $1.50 and $1 for reserved seats and 75 cents for adults and 25 cents for children under 12. There will be no parimutuel betting. j colored stills various aspects of impressive Manhattan Island and ; READ TODAY'S AREA NEWS its environment. The Olde Towne of St. George, original capital of Bermuda, which was founded in 160.9, is believed to the the oldest continuous Einglish-speaking settlement the Western Hemisphere. in i Joe's Pizza Hut CARRY OUT PIZZA & SPAGHETTI Open 5 P.M. to I P.M. New Phone—Huron 7-26 ?l Heat! Heat! and More Heat! Escape this heat by corning out to George & Maria's for a relaxed and air-conditioned Sunday Dinner . . . . and everyday.' GEORGE & MARIA'S RESTAURANT The Drive-in Is OPEN 1717 Cleveland Rd. Air-Conditioned Geo. Barone, Prop. NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Beer & Wine AM B URN'S NITE CLUB *08 Columbus Ave. NOW CATERING TO PRIVATE PARTIES. IANOUETS. CLUIS, WEDDINGS, ETC WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! CEDAR POINT Dancing • Tomorrow Night • JACK RUNYAN Admission Per Person $1-00 RUSSELL'S HOMESTEAD INN South of Turnpike Interchange, Milan Rd. SERVING THE VERY BEST IN Open A«. W ROOT BEER TAKE SOME UON<* 7C GALLON i Plus Deposit WE BUY YOUR CLEAN GALLON JUGS 1302 Cleveland Rd. NOW PLAYING BARBARA TURNEY DUO THIS WEEK-END THROUGH NEXT WEEK "SERVING THE VERY BEST IN MIXED DRINKS" • Air Conditioned ANNEX STAGE BAR "ONLY NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN SANDUSKY" LITTLE JOE S RESTAURANT NOON-DAY Luncheons 15c Spaghetti Steaks-Chops Pino & FOOD CARRY OUT OPEN TILL 4 A.M. on Thurs., Fri, and Sat. KP*' OPEN DAILY 11 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. Closed AC Day Monday FAMOUS FOR CHICKEN IN A BASKET" . Props. Jos & Mary Artino • Liquor • Mixed Drinks • leer • Wine & Champagne .1710 CAMPIELL ST. PH MA 5-7645 The LAGOONS DEER PARK fa I Located on Rt. 269 Between Rt. 2 and Rt. 6 "COME AND FEED THE DEER" F ..<uri. v KIDDIES FISH POOL REAL FISH! PRIZES! OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M. I I I I J 10th Annual United Labor Day Rally At Cedar Point Sept. 1 * Johnny Vadnal Orchestra Games and Contests (Awards To Kiddie*) Cash Door Awards Free Refreshments Billy Outten Free Act (Dives llQ.ft. at 4 d 91 Friendship & Fellowship For ALL The Family! Tickets ley Tkea New htm Your *»•***"„ •» »W «•!©• Haas AIRPORT RESTAURANT WEEK-END SPECIAL BIG BUDDY-BOY Double Decker Hamburger Try this ^ "wqB>f *^j mouth-watering M^AOwf delicacy . . . It', V!!!"^/ KING OF HAMBURGERS CHICKEN'IN'THE Basket $1.25 STEAK BAKED HAM ROAST SIRLOIN BEEF PICKEREL PERCH Rts. k & Z East of Town MA 6-0041 FREMONT SPEEDWAY EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT Because of the overflow of race cars. 1 7 events will be run. Qualify At 7:00 1st Race 8:30 Racing At Its Best. Why Pay More? Top Cars and Drivers on THE SHOW TRACK OF THE NATION YOU NEED IT! WE RENT IT! POWER TOOLS • GARDEN EQUIPMENT BOAT TRAILERS Sandusky Rental Sales 616 W. Perkins Ave. MA 5-2081 CRYSTAL BEACH VERMILION—PRESENTS STAN KENTON AND HIS GREAT NEW ORCHESTRA SUNDAY, AUGUST 30 Sunday, Sept. 6 — The Glenn Miller Band PARK OPEN EVERY EVENING AND ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY VALUABLE DOUBLE STAMP - VALUE - Present this valuable coupon and receive double the number of TOP VALUE STAMPS with every purchase of gasoline. Bill 's Sohio Service Station Corner Huron Ave & E. Madison MA 5-1698 FREE FESTIVAL OF FIRE At CEDAR POINT SAT./ AUG. 29 WED W SEPT. 2 SAT., SEPT. 5 • Fire Features Sat., Aug. 29: Baby elephant being washed by mother and also a seal balancing turning ball! Don't miss these special set pieces! mm Our Sincere Thanks to In Dr. Meisle of Bowling Green State University for including the choral hymn "OHIO" Written And Composed By Mr. Shoop The Huron Pageant And For The Beautiful Performance of the Choir With Mr. Shoop at the console of the CONN "Artist" ORGAN SEE IT! HEAR IT! The New "ALL NEW" ELECTRONIC iVURLITZER )RGAN Two, 44 Note Manual Keyboard $00 ^.00 with percussion Only This model by far out-performs any Electronic Organ that sells for much, much more. SPECIAL • A selection of 3 organs for only $495.00 each • 2 used Pianos in excellent condition, reasonably priced. Sandusky Music Center (Formerly Williams Music Center) PIANOS AND ORGANS—LARRY FRESCH 428 W. Market St. MA 6-4)65 FREE SHOW at CEDAR POINT Diving Daredevil BILLY OUTTEN AT POINT Daily Through Sept. 7 Show Daily 4 and 9 Billy Oulten, diving daredevil, star of Cleveland Sportsmen's Show, makes his fourth appearance at Cedar Point with his sensational, 110 feet death- defying dive. He soaks himself with gasoline, applies a match anc dives into a tank only 6 feet ' deep and 14 feet in di\ ameter. Billy, a flaming torch, hits the water just in lime to escape being buvned to a crisp. The dive takes three seconds. It's breath-taking, spine- tingling, super-thrilling! Don't miss it!

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