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t RK0I8TERSTAR -NEWR tawiwtfcy, p., rn., Dec. 18, 195S Ten Biggest 1955 Stories Listed By UP PreaMent EI«enhow«r *A Heart At- Uek Gets No. 1 Billinir With Vaccine Pnlllnir Second. NEW YORK. Dec. 16 (UP) Frctldent Elsenhower's heart attack headed the list of the 10 bifffeat news stories of 1955 chosen today by editors •i the United Pre^^. The other stories on the 10 biggest Hst were: 2. Announcement of the Salk -acclne for polio. 3. Prln ess Margaret renounces Captain Townsend. 4. Hurricanes Connie and Diane and the New England • ods. 5. The fall of President Peron of Argentina. 6. Summit and foreign min- Isteri' conferences in Geneva 7. Resignation of Malenkov and rise of Biilganin and Krushchev. 8. Merger of AFL and CIO and modified annual wage in auto Industry. 9. Sabotage of United Airlines^^ ppp plane In Colorado. JO, Dodgers win tlieii- lirsl World Series. O'.'ier big stories of 1955 included; Resignation of Winston Churchll; the accidental shooting of William Woodward, li-.; U. S, to launch earth stallites; Formosa crisis; murder of Serge Rubinstein; emergence of West German as a sovereign nation; vision of Pope Pus XII; the fighting between Israel and Egypt. Unrest in Morroco; cancellation of Dixon-Yates contract; tornadoes in Midwest; the popularity of the television program, the .W.OOO Question; crash of United Airlines plane in Wyoming killng 66-Iargest death toll in commercial aviation history. WON'T QUIT— Hedy Lamarr isn't ready to quit work, even though she's married to Texas millionaire Howard Lee. The movie star is being considered for a role in "The Scoundrel." Christmas Seals Firsf Circulated On Dec. 7, 1907 Forty-eight years ago, on Dec. 7, 1907, the little Christmas seals, that gallanUy fight tuberculosis throughout the United' States, Although in those early days tuberculosis was the leading cause of death in this country, little was done about that dreaded and contagiou.s disease. It was later realized that the American! l>eople would never be free ofj Lebanon Prison Biggest Request Of Ohio Program COLUMBUS, Dec. 1« (UP) —The state mental hyirlene and correction department Thursday unveiled a $22,2.15,000 huildlnir program to provide Ohio with moilern mental hospitals, prisons and .iuvenlle Institutions. Dr. John D. Porterfleld, department director, said he would ask .J the special session of the Ohio I legislature in January to approve the spending of $14,9.35,000 for mental hospitals. $44,300,000 for prisons and $3,000 for juvenile institutions. But first, all of the projects must be screened by the newly created state capital planning and Improvements division under State Finance Director William Wilcoxon. The list of projects was released after a five-hour conference between Porterfleld. other state officials and Gov. Frank J. Lausche. The huge building program was authorized by the voters last month when they approved a 150-mllllon-dollar bond issue. The money will come from an additional onc-cent-a-pack tax on cig- arets. First Year Expenditures The projects in today's list are I those to be included in the first year's spending of bond money. The bond issue also called for new state university and school buildings. These will be announced later. The largest lump request in the Theater Schedtllefl STATE ~"Fighting Chance" —1, 4, 7, 10:05. "My SLstcr Eileen"—2:15, 5:20, fi:20. OHIO— "The nig Knife" 2:55, 6:10, 9:25. "Killer's Kis.s" — 1:40, 5, 0:10. PLAZA — "Drum Boat"— (), 9::!n. "Wizard of O/,"—7:.50. fSal. and Sun.)—"Wizard of Oz"—1, 4:30, 8. "Drum Bent" -2:40, 6:10, 9:40. LINER DELAYED conn, IRELAND, Dec. Ifi (INS)—The liner S. S. America arrived in Cobli eight hours late Thursday night after fighting her way through a three-day north Atlantic storm. Some passengers received and minor injuries during the rough crossing. Railroad-st H & D Factory Employes Plan Dec. 17 Party Annua! Christmas party of em­ ployes of Hindc k Dauch's Uail- road-st factory will be held at (Jrolto Hall, .Saturday, Dec. 17. There will be dancing from 9 p. m. to 1 a. m., to the music of Robert Montgomery and his or. hcstra. Members of the committee for ihe event are plant manager Charles Held, George Fletcher. Arthur Gruber, Edward Fisher, .Sherman Scheufler, Fritz Wilkens, ilolHTt Sharpe, Charlotte Ryan, Mildred Ricsterer and Richard Clark. LINER DELAYED NEW YORK, Dec. 16 fINS) — The Cunard liner Queen Mary arrived in New York harbor Thursday more than 30 hours late by storms. that menace unless the entire nation would combine to fight it, with each citizen to contribute according to his or her ability. first-year program is $3,900,000 to begin building a new medium- security reformatory at Lebanon. The prison, which will cost 12 million dollars to construct, will inmates, It is de Lin infi^r . TT signed to relievo crowded condi- been mtroduced m Europe sev- ^, .j,^ MansfielH WANT ADS BRING RESULTS OHIO NO 2 THRILL HITS THE BIO KNIPl SNCllCT WINTERS JMIUPINO WENOOlCOIKr JEM Mom ROOSTENm AND Killer's Kis& Large Inside Display CHRISTMAS TREES Balsam - - Scotch — Firs — Norway Spruce Australian Pine, Cut and Potted PINE TRIMMING and PINE ROPING BALSAM WREATHS HOLLY MISTLETOE MASCHARI Bi<OS. nil W. Washington St. Phone 215 Open Evenings & Sunday's tions at the Mansfield Reforma tory and the Ohio Penitentiary. Grace Rector To Address Jaycees The Sandusky .laycees' last noon luncheon meeting until Jan. 9 will be held at Hanson's restaurant Monday, Dec. 19. Guest speaker for thi.s final urogram before the holidays will he the Rev. Hunsdon Gary, Jr., rector of Grace Episcopal Church. He will deliver a Christmas message to the Jaycees. March of Dimes Co-Chairmen Larry Walland and Jim Greor announced that the movie, "Remember Me," is available now for showing to all interested service groups, clubs or organizations. The film is produced by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Interested organizations should contact Walland or Greer for further Information. eral years before. So it came about that the concentrated fight against tubercu-' - ii » • losis became associated with the!)\g|g| StfenCltn Christmas sea.son. And well so, for Christmas time is the season of givijig. of fellowship, of goodwill toward maTiklnd. The dollars used to buy Christmas seals have helped to save millions of American lives. But with more than 400,000 persons estimated to still have active tuberculosis, the work of the little Christmas seals is far from completed. More contributions are needed. The Erie-co Tuberculosis Association, through Mrs. Catherine B. Michel, executive secretary, asks everyone who ha.s received its letter with enclosures of Christmas seals, but has not yet sent remittance, to do so as soon as possible. The seal sales campaign which opened last month, continues to Dec. 25. "Bullfrog" refers to a specific species of large frog. The .sex of the animal is not involved in the name, so the female also is a bullfrog. Tested In 5 Spots CHICAGO, Dec. 16 (UP) — Adlai E. Stevenson will test his strength as a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination in at least five state primaries next year. Stevenson has announced he will enter four more primaries, including his home state of Illinois, in his bid for renomina- tion. The others are California, Florida, Pennsylvania. He already had agreed to have his name on the presidential preference ballot in Minnesota. Stevenson added he had reached "no final decision at this time" on whether to enter other primary elections. The five contests he now is committed to were chosen to test his strength on a regional basis, he said. "PROCLAIMED SANDUSKY'S BEST' Phone 8343 In Sandusky 1713 Cleveland Rd.. across the street from Herman's Furn. Phone Orders Accepted In Fremont 305 E. State St. Ph. Fe 2-5482 Hours: 11 a.m. lo 1 a.m.—Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. PLAZA 2 HITS FRI. — SAT. — SUN. WARNER BROS. PNIUNT asthelnjunlofvei'in DCLMEft DAVES' eatMMncTMn TECNNICOIM ^JM LEIGH TODAY AND SATURDAY ''FIGHTING CHANCE" wltii ROD CAMERON JULIE LONDON SUNDAY THRU TUESDAY with Dennis O'Kpcfe Mara I,anp Christmas Gift Books Of Coupons On Sale At Box Office _ in sweeping iClNl PLUS 2ND HIT M-G-M't tic MUSICAL I Graater en WId* Screen I Let Contract To Sell fc^-or! Bonds FREMONT, Dec. JS—Board of education Thuisdny lei llie contract /or sale of $2,900,000 in bonds to finance a school building and expan.sion program to a syndicate of nine Ohio and two out-of-.state firms. The group was headed up by Braun, Bosworth and Co., Toledo. Supt. A. Iv Riinp said a premium of .S24,079 was offered by tlie combine. Bids were received, from many bonding houses. Ini the building program will be in-! eluded a new senior high school. SPECIAL Home Style Cooking NOON DAY DINNERS 75c —No Waiting Open 11 A. M. to 4 A. M. — Closed All Day Mondav LITTLE JOE'S South Campbell St. Phone 122 Famous lor CHICKEN IN THE BASKET STEAKS CHOPS SPAGHETTI FOOD CARRY OUT BEER WINE CORDIALS Week-End Special Filet MiKnon Steak . . $2.25 With French fries, tosied •atad, bread and butter. Freih Caught Perch Lunch 85c SANDWICHES at All Timet Served 5 P. M. to 12:45 A. M. REOWN 6L TA^IN'^R'S CAFE Corner o\ Monroe & Carr St. PHONE 6010 For Ta!:e Home Order* . USIC L SSONS With Ir.tlrumenl Furnished on our Trial Course. Call 1650. WiSliams Music Center 4;J8 \V. .^larkel .St. I'h. I(i50 , i^.w^WieBA^eCTieryierw epi«!;«wj»ewefsjtisw ws •pa ew epa tWi wm •w* I STEIJK'S I NATIVE WINES & CHAMPAGNES | made from grape ] Varieties that made the Sandusky Grape District Famous. * G3FT PACKAGES The ^tcuk Wine "^^TECHNICOLOR JUDY GARLAND M M-G-M MASItflfltCC HPMNT « XaJt tm Vifkti The TOM «•««• JERRY DUO STARTING MONDAY ELLA MAE DUE Back in Sandusky again with their xancy antics for jronr laughing enjoyment. ANNEX STAGE BAR In the Heart of Downtown Sandusky Entertainment Nitely Popular Price* 9 P. M. TO 2 A. M. R. F. D. No, 2 Sandusky | V-i Mile West of Venice on Route 6 | - Bee's — Bee's — Bee's — Bee's — Bee's - A 09 A A « MANTEY'S OHIO WINES Select Your Holiday Table Wines from Our Fine Assortment of Light OHIO WINES CO Restaurant SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS $1.00 Working Man's Large Plate Lunches 65c - 70c - 75c OS A A T A A Ho'.-ne Style Cooking — Full Course Dinners Plenty of Parking 1115 W. Washington St. CLOSKD ALL DAY CHRISTMAS - Bee's — Bee's — Bee's — Bee's — Bee's - OUR HOLIDAY SPECIAL "A GOOD STEAK-FOR A GOOD PRICE" Due to a very good buy we can oiler you the best in beef. This Steak Normally Sells for $3.50 *1.95 But we are NOT offering this at 3.00 even at 2.50 — BUT ONLY For This 1 FuK Pound of U.S. Choice Beef! Served with French Fried or Hash Brown Potatoes, Tossed Salad or Cole Slaw — Rolls and Coffee. Remember, Folks, the Price is only $1.95 SKYWAY RESTAURANT ROUTES 2 & 6 AT THE AIRPORT CLOSED MONDAYS — OPEN FROM 9:30 TO MIDNIGHT THRU SUNDAY RED—WHITE—PINK Makt 'S a dt'sirahle ^^il't I'm' a special friend. MANTEY VINEYARDS, Inc. VKNICE, OHIO FOR EVERYONE! ^ She off.r J Admirol. . A. E. V;OLETTE 211 W. Washington Row 1 GEO. FRESCH TRIO FRIDAY & SATURDAY NITES AT The Vcf ue for Your Dancing Pleasure 7he OFEN DAILY—5 P M TILL 10 30 V M. tast of Sandusky—lUs. 2 and 6 TO EVERYONE WHO ENROLLS AT ARTHUR MURRAY'S BEFORE CHRISTMAS A^25 GIFT COURSE While learning the Mambo or any other get a $25 Course FREE to give as a Present Come Into Arthur Murray's now and receive 2 wonderful dance courses for the price of one. What fun you'll have learning and how delighted the lucky person who receives the $25 Gift Giurse will be! For here's a gift that will be remembered and enjoyed (by both of you) for years and years. So whether you're a beginner or jujit want to brush up on your dancing come in today and share in this Christmas special. 172 E. Market Si., Uoslcurs Ph. 1742

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