The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 21, 1955 · Page 2
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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 2

Sandusky, Ohio
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Wednesday, December 21, 1955
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THE SANDUSKY REOISTER-STARNEWS WeilneitdAy, December 21, 1955 Around World — Around Clock Reiriiit«reil U. S. Patent Otfie* Porgy & Best For Moscow Opener MOSCOW, (UP)—The New York liveryman Theater Co. arrived Tuesday to present a series of performances of George Gersh­ win's "Porgy and Bess." The tour will begin in Leningrad ami move to Moscow in the second week of January. Two USAF Jets Crash In Azores ANGRA DO H E R O 1 S M 0, AZORES (UP) — Two U. S. Air Porce F-84 Thunderjets crashed within minutes of each other Tuesday night. One pilot died in the flaming wreckage of his plane, the other parachuted to safety. The two planes were in a forma tioii of four jets believed enroutc to the joint American • Portuguese air base from Newfoundland. Finland Joins Soviet Civil Air Net HELSINKI (UP) — Finland will become the Soviet Union's main Western civil aviation partner wher. the Finnish airlines, Aero, opens direct services to Moscow Feb. 18, informed aviation circles said today. The sources said that Aero will replace Scandinavian Airlines as the Soviet Acroflot's booking agent on the Helsinki-Moscow route. Hulcs Attack 4th Time In 5 Days MANILA, P. I. (UP) — A band of gunmen, believed to be members of the Communtst-led Huk, am- bushe (t and killed four Filipino soldiers in Laguna Province south of here, according to Army reports today. It was the fourth attack in five days In Luzon blamed on remnants of the outlawed underground organization. Fifteen persons have been killed and 26 wounded in the attacks. Virgin Islands Ask New Status CHARLOTTE AMALIE, VIRGIN ISLANDS (UP) — A committee of citizens adopted a resolution Tuesday asking the U. S. Congress to grant the Virgin Islands the same political status Puerto Rico received in 1948. Such status would give the Virgin Islands the right to elect a governor, now appointed by the American president, and to appoint a resident in Congress. It would also allow the legislature full powers to legislate on internal matters, although reserving Congress the right to annul any legislation deemed inconvenient. Strike Fails To Halt Honest John TOKYO (UP) — An attempted sit-down strike by Japanese demon- .strators in the target area flopped today and the U. S. Army carried out its third test-firing of the "Honest John" rocket launcher. Only about six of more than 150 labor demonstrators managed to sneak into the impact area at the foot of Mt. Fuji. Japanese police ejected them and the launcher was fired only 45 minutes behind schedule. The rocket carried a dunday warhead. Dean Martin, .Terry Lewi.s, Dorothy Malone and Shirley MacLaine are pictured in a scene from "Artists and Models,'' the musical comedy opening Thursday at the Ohio. The Milton Berle show was fi fast, flip show bogging down only near the end when Milton produced globs of pretentious_ precious—but not valuable—-and specious Yule mood. It might have struck a .simple, reverent Christmas flavor if someone had not tried to add ham to the glories of simplicity. • • * Uncle Millie spotted Martin & Lewis real early in the show, for the frank purpose of fighting Phil Silvers' recent and regular rating superiority during Berle's Tirst half hour ... Dean and Jerry rate any possible triumph, for they just about filled the half hour. . The Comocast likewise shrewdly spotted its Perry - shaving - Kirk Douglas gambit just minutes before JfSckic GleaRon's "Honeymooners" arrived on competing CBS-TV; it worked, with show- manlike impact. 15 Norwalk Store Workers Get $3,500 NORWALK, Dee. 21 — Fifteen of the Preis store employes sliared in a Christmas merit and seniority bonus of more than $3,500, it was announced today by the nianage- ment. The bonus, the Iiargest in the store'.s history, marks 40th anniversary of the establisiiment. The bonus plan, inaugurated by the founder, the late M. L. Preis, is in appreciation of the employes service to tlie community and tJieir loyalty to the principles of fair dealing whicli were established by the founder and followed throughout the yciars. XMAS ft NEW YEAR'S CORSAGE SPECIAL BEAUTIFUL ORCHID CORSAGES $3.50 Wa Telegraph Flowers KENNY'S STATE FLOWER SHOP Sandusky's Downtown Specialist STANDARD BRANDS BEER HANDY PARKING Right at th« Door OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY S P.M. to 12 Midnight DEW DROP CARRY OUT Tiffin At*, mt P««rl SL Phon* 1482 On The Air By JACK O'BRIAN NEW YORK (INS)— Kim Stanley's performance as the restless grow- ng-up youngster on 'Playwrights 56" Tuesday night was a dazzler. She's a very important young actress and the script was a deft heart-breiaker ... Mrs. Mabel JVIorris, the crusty |but bubbly 74-year-old $4,000 winner of the $64,000 hurlaway, got some great guffaws with lines that seemed painstakingly prepared. She showed the wonderful snippy economy of attitude admirable only in —and acceptiable from—the very |oid, who have little time to waste with expendable small talk . . . Postal poetaster Roscoe Wright Idecided to take another week to decide on the $32,000 query, the combined excitement of the holiday and the expensive decision just too much to handle Tuesday night. Perplexed Cabbie HUNTSVILLE, ALA., Dec. 21 (UP)—Taxicab drivers were perplexed to hear on their radios: "Pick up a passenger at Pier 1." There are no piers near Huntsville. The message came from the Naval Air Base dispatcher at San Diego, Cal.. some 2.500 miles away. Frealc atmospheric conditions were responsible for the reception. « Brownell Charges UEW Run By Reds WASHINGTON, Dec. 21 (INS) — Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., has charged that the United Electrical Workers union is dominated^ and controlled by the Communist party and asked that its collective bargaining rights be taken away. Brownell also warned that the 100,000 - member union, which was expelled from the CIO in 1949 on grounds of pro-Communism, has members engaged in industries "highly essential to the national defense of the United States." Cardinal Is On Tokyo Stop-over TOKYO, Dec. 21 (INS)—Francis Cardinal Spellman visited with UN Far East Commander Gen. L. L. Lemnltzer and U. S. Ambassaddr John Allison today in Tokyo. The Roman Catholic Archbi.^- op of New York stopped to chat with several enlisted men in Ijemnitzer's headquarters and posed for photographers before a decorated Christmas tree. The cardinal is In Tokyo to spend his fifth straight Christmas with troops In the Far East. He flies to Korea on Christmas eve to celebrate mass. This afternoon he is scheduled to lay the cornerstone of Tokyo's St. Patrick's Cathedral which has the same name as his home church in New York. Three Injured As Car Hits Trailer FREMONT, Dec. 21 — Three persons were injured when the auto in which they were riding crashed into the side of a trailer backed to the loading platform of the New York Central depot here Tuesday. The driver James E. Parish, 24, Fremont, told police the sun blinded him and he failed to see the trailer. The car rammed under the trailer up to the windshield. Parish, his wife, Bonnie. 21, and their son, Rickey, were taken {JO Memorial Hospital for treatment of cuts and bruises. MAYOR CATTLE RUSTLER SAN FRANCISCO DEL RINCON, MEXICO, Dec. 21 (UP)— The city council fired Mayor Jesus Reyes Betancourt Tuesday after army investigators accused him of heading a gang of cattle rustlers. POINSETTIAS SINGLE BLOOM "EACH 97^ On Sale Through Saturday Kenny's State Flower Shop YOUR XMAS SPECIALIST Theaitr SchtdulM OHIO — (Last Day)—"Sincerely Yours" — 2:35, 6, 9:30. "Target Zero"—4:25, 8. (Starts Thursday)— "Artists and Models" — 1, 3:10, 8:15, 7:20, 9:25. STATE — "Girls In The Night" _ 1. 3:55, 6,55, 9:50. "City (Across The River" — 2:25, 5:20, 8:20. ' (Theater closed all day Saturday.) Your R mI Etiaf* d«al will cIom fiiif«r and you will rtcelT* graater eo<op«ralion at LOUISVILLE TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY Tftl© Insurance — Escrows — Title Gnaraatees 411 Western Security Bank BIdf. Phone 8063 tVe Present Rudolph RIngwali's "MEMORABLE MUSiC" Tuesdays and Thursdays — 7:30 P, M. — WLEC READ THE CLASSIFIED PAGES SAVE 'l**'! Delight those Youngsters . Plastic Covered ROCKER Regular 10.95 NOW ONLY Washington wa.s the 42nd slate to be admitted to the Union. LAST Day LIBERACE in "SINCERELY YOURS" and "TARGET ZERO" Starts Tomorrow A ^ta\i\4 Inat! r_ OffAM JERRV ' MARHN-LEWIS. GORGEOUS GIRLS!A GLORIOUS HILARIOUS Musical Treat; ARTISTS AND MODELS HAL WALLiS 3 Times Faster For HEARTBURN Certified laboratory tests prove Bell-ans ablets neutralize 3 times as much tomach acidity in one minute as many eading digestive tablets. Get Bell-ans oday (or the fastest known relief. 2^. PLAYING thru FRIDAY Say it with a Motorola GIVE A MOTOROLA CAR RADIO GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR A LASTING CHRISTMAS GIFT AS LOW AS Plus Aerial Installaiion See Your Motorola Dealer Nan«y Lmlwck • Joycs NoMm VmAA Fwnli. Patrtci* Hardy Thril ing Gifts for Everyone on Your List .^^aP^FRIENDLY^REpHOALL! iColorfuI plastic c o V ered rocker that will give that youngster hours of delightful comfort Deeply upholstered in washable, long wearing plastic, has d"u r a b 1 e hard wood frame. Many Toys Reduced! Sears Toy Town In Basement 161 E. Market St., Sandusky, Ohio LCT'SHAVC AN 6 lb. can 89' I Flechtner's Ready-to-Eat Smoked Hams - 49" I Wilson's Canned Hams Oven Ready Roasting Chickens55' I Choice Rolled Rib of Beef Lean Pork Butt Roast Fresh Creamery Butter'^ rmm PRODUCE Banonas 'TOcf -49c|. FLORIDA — 150 Sii« lb. lb. TABLE TRIMMINGS & FANCIES Birds Eye Peas 2 ^"^"^ 47c Birds Eye-^^"" Strawberries 29c Birds Eye Orange Juice 2 ^"^^ 39c FRESH ' OYSTERS 89e fl/UtwflA- PASTRIES Ready to Bake Rolls 29c Bond's — Ready to Use Poultry Dressing pkg. 27c CARNATION INSTANT MILK 31' UNIVERSAL WAFFLE IRON | ^ compi.n with »•! ini9S 1^ GIANT STAGE & SCREEN SHOW NEW YEAR'S EVE n -DIAMOND SET of grid.. ^21 Truly Great Volue ^ *] Weekly H. L. HERMAN JEWELERS •YOUR FAMILY'S JEWELER SINCE 1911' EXPERT CLOCK & WATCH REPAIR CASH PAID FOR OLD GOLD 214 W. MARKET ST. PHONE 1370 P AY N E XT Y EA R Tongerines FLORIDA — 150 Site Oronges HOT HOUSE Tomatoes Gropes 2 49c| 29cf t DAILY 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. I FRIDAY I 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. Christmas Eve 5 P. M. CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS VHOHl 1237 TIMES DAILY 536 E .AOAM$

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