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The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 20

Sandusky, Ohio
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Tuesday, December 14, 1954
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t *tafgT €ft*SfAH'!tEWS Mtf, 0.. T«tw<, DM. 14, llll PKJ^Hfflttfr iJMJUiufcn niLu.**»-i i I .i in r i i - i • i • i i . JI . * — Expect Plans For N-S Pike To Get Boost AS m LIVE Can't Afford Daughter's Big Dream COLUMBUS (INS) — The stale- f »l*ted plans for a brand new north-sbuth turnpike were expect#d to get a shot in the arm today it the regular monthly meeting 61 the Ohio Turnpike Commission. Reportedly, Stale Highway Director S. 0. Llnzell was to announce readiness to ask the state «dntrol board for a half million dollars to cary out a detail study Of the Conneaut-to-Cincinnati toll- road proposal. Jt was the initial feasibility report on the undertaking that threw the entire scheme into stalemae. Ctoverdale and Colpitts, New Yot* consulting engineers, found the undertaking risky from the stand- poinl; of attracting bond capital. However, Liniell, an ex-offlcio ftiember of the turnpike commission, and others have conducted a series of conferences with the engineers during the fall .in hopes of finding a way out of the dilem ma. Deemed Doubtful Reports would indicate they met with some success. But it seemed doubtful that a complete detailed study of the entire project was in the offing. II was originally estimated that the Initial and detail studies would cost Close to one million dollars, i This would cover the entire 407- Ittile turnpike and spur, an undertaking estimated to cost $524-million to complete. The spur was to be a turnpike leg from the Columbus area to Toledo. The feasibility and engineering itudies, which cost about $135,000 •aid, however, that either a turn pike from Cincinnati to Toledo or one from Cincinnati to Conneaut would stand better chance of success than the original "Y' shaped project. Real Estate Transfers (Erie County Title Co.) Emil C. and Helen M. Klutey to William L. and Virginia E. Newton, part lots 30 and 32, Meigs-st. May Belle Hardesty to Minnie B. Riccelli. et al.. part lots 3 and 4, Shelby-st. Edward E. Koont? to John Byron and Abby Gail Young, lot 132, Chaska Beach third sub., Huron. Charles Boos to Naomi L. Boos, 57 acres, Huron-tp. Harold C. and Marabelle M. Ruggles to Aloysius F. and Phyllis C. Miller, lot 60, Second-sit. Elizabeth Bonnett to Leonard L. and Betty Jane McMillen pt. lots 112 and 113, South Huron. Erie County Lumber Co. to Clifford E. and Sarah V. Francis, pt. lots 48 and 50, Buchanan-sl. Will O. Keyes estate to Kristine Anne Keyes and Donald Will Keyes, lot 123, C. C. Baumhart Black Farm sub.. Vermilion. Lloyd E. Mason to Cora Myers, 27.90 acres, Vermilion. Isoline Minty to Pearl T. Jenner, pt. block 2, Old Town Plat. Milan. Chester V. Keller to Ralph W. and Clarice H. Ransom, part lots 30 and 32, Warren-st. Hattie E. Faulkner to Leroy D. Faulkner, lots 5 and 7, Woowlawn- •v, Perkins-tp. Anna Gree-nhoe to Robert M. and Helen E. Buynak, lot 275, block 7, Vermilion. Sandusky Chamber of Commerce to Elwood R. and Delores Ebeling, lot 586, Second-st. Marian E. and Eugene R. Lorenzen to Joseph J. and Jane M. Gerhart, part lot 84. Wayne-st. Walter and Elsie Stenton to Carl Blake, et al., lot SI, Grand Forest Beach. Albert Royer estate to Mabel A. Rover, part lot 52, Putnam-st, lot 5, Monroe-st. Edward A. Burke estate to Rachel L. Burke, pt. lot 2, Vine-st. Br rrizABFTtr n. m BLOCK Most young girls dream of themselves as brides and want to liavp large weddings where they will be the center of admiring and envious crowds. Should a mother permit her daughter's desire for a big wedding to bankrupt the family? One of the most wearable of dresses is the silk taffeta with its own small jacket. This year, it has the slim long-torso look can be enhanced by a rope of pearls or a big fox muff. * Keep Forever I the Memory of Your Child's Visit with Sontal The joy that glows on your child's face when talking with : Sum cm be your* forever! For I pictures will be taken at every • child visiting Santa. No oblige tkx> to buy, but if you wish to order, 1 picture is only 1 1, 3 «re aniv »2, each in « special folder. ToyUnd, Jrd Floor <Q>—"My daughter will he 16 years old next month and is in the 11th grade. For the past year she has been going steady, and my husband and I have otrr consent to her becoming engaged when she is 16. One day she told ua she wnnlod to quit school and work so she could earn some money for her wedding. gflve otif consent, as she was driving us crazy every night about that. They were to be married when she is 18. "Two days ago. she and her boy friend lold us they want to be married in June. She wan v s a big wedding, and I have no money. I have been sick for a lnng ( lime and have a big debt of doctors' bills. We have (wo younger children and my husband's salary is not large. I would like her to have a nice wedding, but she gets very angry when I tell her we can't afford it. If she would wait Until she was 18, we might see our way clear to giving her a big wedding." (A^—Under no condition should you permit your daughter's anger to Influence you. Ask the young man to come to see you. In your daughter's presence, explain to him how things are wiJJi you financially. Tell him that if he wants a big wedding, he must wait until your daughter has earned enough to pay the bills which, I can assure you, will be some time from now. If he is a sensible young man, he will be able to convince your daughter that she is being unfair in asking you to make the sacrifices a big wedding would mean. Your daughter's behavior Is such that I question whether you and your husband will be wise to consent to her marriage next June. 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