BACK IN TIME
NOV. 24, 1952
Augusta will be the focal point of thousands from throughout the Central Savannah River Area tomorrow afternoon as Broad Street becomes the scene of the most gigantic pre-Christmas celebration ever to thrill Yule season enthusiasts.
Spectators on hand for the tremendous welcome of Santa Claus will see 57 attractions in the big parade that starts moving at 4:30 p.m. Bands representing schools and military units across the area will also participate.
HISTORIC CEMETERIES OF AUGUSTA FOUNDATION MEETING: There will be a meeting to establish the Historic Cemeteries of Augusta Foundation at 7 p.m. at St. John United Methodist Church, 736 Greene St. The foundation will promote the history and importance of Augusta's historic Magnolia Cemetery and Cedar Grove Cemetery. The meeting is open to the public. For more information, call 722-1745.
Be careful when you pull up to the table for a big holiday meal.
Researchers have found the risk of heart attack can increase up to 10 times after overeating. Blood pressures rises after heavy eating, and that can loosen blood clots that can block arteries.
WHEN TO WASH YOUR HANDS:
HOW TO WASH YOUR HANDS:
HOW TO KEEP A VCR CLEAN
Dust and dirt can build up inside VCRs over time, requiring periodic cleaning.
To do this, take a cotton swab soaked in isopropyl alcohol. Open the tape door and rub the swab along the heads of the VCR. These black dots mounted on a silver cylinder are the carbon filters that read tapes. After cleaning the heads, take a new tape and let it run in the VCR for three to four minutes.
If this doesn't get the VCR clean, the machine might need to be professionally serviced.