JR Hill and Ethel Hill Land transfers 21 Jan 1948

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-THE SANDUSJTY ttEOtSTER-STAn-NEWil^WiOt^SlBAY, *A>f. 21, 1948- A Wise Polio Precaution: Keep Foods Well Covered! Cover food to keep flies away, especially during the polio danger months in summer, is another wise precaution to follow follow in combatting: spread of the disease, the National Foundation Foundation for Infantile Paralysis cautions cautions through its local chapter The "blue-bottle" fly, particularly, particularly, is suspected as a possible factor in transmitting the virus as a result of evidence disclosed disclosed by investigations financed financed by March of Dimes fnnds. The National Foundation also urges that all fresh fruit and vegetables should be washed before use; left-over foods covered properly, and garbage or rubbish placed in containers with lids so that flies cannot get to it. OSU CONSIDERS RAILROAD IN EXPANSION PLAN | HURON COUNTY | I COURT NOTES | ? ; ® NORWALK, Jan. 21—Hearings on the abandonment of Reeves-rd in Fairfield-tp will be heard by the Huron-co commissioners in response to a petition , received from residents. Reeves-rd, about one-half mile in length, runs in an easterly direction from Anglin-rd to the Greenwich-Milan town line highway. highway. A personal survey of tile roadway will be made by the commissioners Feb. 5. The commissioners made plans to attend an improvement hearing hearing in Sandusky Jan. 26 on the improvement hearing, of the Ellison Ellison joint Huron-Erie-cos ditch, LAND TRANSFERS Mary C. Ransom to Harry J. Donaldson, 5 acres, Hartland-tp. Mary J. Sprague to A. J. and Ruth Crippen, 2.25 acres, New London. Evelyn Chickering to Andrew and Evelyn Drotleff, 39.45 acres, Bronson-tp. Gertrude B. Greene to Mary E. Nestor, 39.96 acres. Hartland-tp. Jess and Britna Buckingham to Henry G. Quirin, -20.25 acres, Lyme-tp. Jay R. Hill (deceased) to Ethel Hill, et al, 39.8 acres, Townsend- tp. Harry and Mary Lee to Ira W Lee, 62 acres, Townsend-tp. Ethel Hill, et al, to Alice and Victor Schaffer, 39.8 acres-, Townsend. Townsend. Casper and Rose Linden to Philip and Theresa Becker, 22 acres, Townsend-tp. Warren and Mary Green to R E. and Mary Heath. 236.83 acres, Hartland-tp. John and Helen McKean to Walter Kumbrusky, 69.6 acres Wakeman. Elmora Eastman to Donald and Annie Leber, 71 acres, Peru-tp Hours of Feature Films Showing Here Theater patrons can ice picture film showing at local houses by arriving at the following times: STATE Complete show—1:15, 2:40, 4:50, 6:55, and 9:05. "Wistful Widow of Wagon Gap"—1:20, 3:30, 5:40, 7:50, and 9:55. OHIO (Last Day) "Where There's Life" — 1:50, 3:45, 5:40, 7:35, and , 9:30. (Tomorrow) "Golden Earrings" — 1:05, 3:10, 5:15, 7:20, and 9:25. PLAZA Complete show — 1:15, 3:45, 6:20 and 8:50. "Forever Amber"—1:30, 4:05, 6:35, and 9:10. (Thursday Through Saturday) "Living In A Big Way'- 1:15, 3:55, 6:45, and 9:35. "Under The Tonto Rim" 2:55, 5:45, and 8:35. COLUMBUS, Jan. 21 (UP) (Ohio State University officials today were considering a suggestion suggestion that the school may have | to go into the railroad business in connection with its biggest ex pansion program in history. A conference ^will be held soon to discuss the possibility of mov ing the college of agriculture across the Olentangy river where the university farms are now located. If 'the college is moved, it has been suggested that the unlver sity use a branch line of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad to haul students to and from classes Two excavations are now be ing dug for authorized projects and others will be underway soon The state legislature gave the university $18,500,000 to spend on new buildings and the health department department $3,200,000 to spend on the campus for construction. Funds are now being collected to build a new students' union and university officials are getting ready to use athletic funds to build a new field house down by the stadium. Bids on the most costly installation installation OSU has ever known, the health center and dentistry college buildings, will be opened March 3: The legislature appropriated appropriated 38,000,000 to the university university for this project, another $1,200,000 to the welfare department department and $2,000,000 to the health department. is There are about 54,600,000 tele- I phones in the world. Ralph Stone, 67.'82 acres, New London-tp. Clarence and Alice Fries to Sohio Pipe Line, right of way, Norwalk-tp. Howard and Virginia Crawford to Sohio Pipe Line, right of way, Norwalk-tp. PLAZA LAST TIME TODAY In Technicolor "FOREVER AMBER" with LINDA DARNELL RICHARD GREENE CORNEL WILDE New London Council Studies Street Items THURS.. FRI., SAT. Marie MCDONALD Gene KELLY NEW LONDON, Jan. 21 — The parking question on Park-av and the beginning of a campaign to clean up traffic throughout the village, were most important items before city council this week. Announcement Announcement was made that part "LIVING IN A BIG WAY" with Phyllis Spring THAXTER BYINGTON -AND- TIM HOLT

Clipped from The Sandusky Register21 Jan 1948, WedPage 2

The Sandusky Register (Sandusky, Ohio)21 Jan 1948, WedPage 2
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