Washington C.H. Record-Herald from Washington Court House, Ohio on October 31, 1977 · Page 11
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Washington C.H. Record-Herald from Washington Court House, Ohio · Page 11

Washington Court House, Ohio
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Monday, October 31, 1977
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Monday, October 31, 1977 Washington C H. (0.) Record-Herald - Page 11 During winter months -frilly winier montns I ~ , . , | ----------- I Fayette Memorial Hospital News I Several enerav-savina 1 I ADMISSIONS Scott Daniel, 1451 Greenfield-Sabina measures set at parks COLUMBUS, Ohio — Several energy- saving measures will be in effect at Ohio’s state parks this winter, but all parks will remain open year-round as usual, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). “We are implementing several measures to save energy and cut down on our utility costs, but these will have minimal effect on the many people who enjoy a variety of winter activities in the state parks,” said Natural Resources Director Robert W. Teater A brochure on the winter activities in the state parks is available from the Publications Center, Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Fountain Square, Columbus 43224. To conserve energy in the state park campgrounds, heated washhouses in the Class A and Class B camping areas will not be open from Nov. I through March 31, 1978. For campers using these areas this winter, portable toilets will be installed and drinking water will be available. Campers planning to use the Class A or Class B campsites will pay the off­ season rates of $2.25 per night for campsites without electricity and $2.75 per night for campsites with electricity. Also effective Nov. I, pro golf shops and courses at Shawnee, Hueston Woods, Punderson and Salt Fork state parks will discontinue operations for the winter. They will reopen on April I. 1978. Beginning Dec. I, state-operated cabins located in the following state parks will shut down until March 31: Burr Oak, Cowan Lake, Dillon. Hocking Hills, Pike Lake. Punderson. .Pymatuning and Shawnee. However, reservations will be accepted for cabins at Hocking Hills State Park for individuals planning to participate in the ODNR-sponsored winter hike, an annual event scheduled for Saturday, Jan. 21, 1978. ODNR will also accept reservations for cabins at Pymatuning State Park for the weekend of the Winter Workshop scheduled for Feb 3 and 4 The workshop will be conducted bv ODNR. Cabin reservations confirmed prior to Nov. I for the areas scheduled to close Dec. I through March 31, 1978, will be honored. Reservations are still being accepted for all state park cabins for use during the month of November. ADMISSIONS Howard Nessell, Clarksburg, medical. John D. Palmer, Rt. I, Greenfield, medical. Timothy Myers, age 12, 5392 U. S. 22- SE, medical. Melanie McArthur, age 17, IOU Lakeview Ave., medical. Dorothy A. Starr (Mrs. Weldon) 1033 Leesburg Ave., medical. Helen J. Denen (Mrs. Eugene) 5549 Blue Road, surgical John E. Lachat, 717 Carolyn Road, surgical. Betty L. Dearth (Mrs. William), 5898 Inskeep Road, surgical Betty J Martindale (Mrs. Clyde), 1038 Broadway St., surgical. Robert J. Seymour, 703 Park Drive, surgical. DISMISSALS Mrs. A. James Brown and daughter, Kelli Jo, 1224 Nelson Place. Mrs. Wesley E. Cook and daughter. Sherry Dawn, 313 Fifth St. Mrs. Larry W. McCalla and son, Scott Daniel, 1451 Greenfield-Sabina Road Michelle R Roberts, age 5, 94 Jamison Road, medical. Frank E. Hyer, 201 N. Hinde St., medical. Transferred to University Hospital, Columbus. Allen W. Quigley, age7, Rt. 3, Sabina, medical. Dennis Daniels, Jeffersonville, medical. Anna Cunningham, Bloomingburg, medical John Henson, 846 Lincoln Drive, medical. James Payton, 821 Maple St. surgical. Wichita Murphy, Rt. 3, Greenfield, surgical. BLESSED EVENTS To Mr. and Mrs. C. Curtis Conley, 834 E Paint St., a boy, 6 pounds, 104 ounces at 1:02 a rn. Sunday, Fayette County Memorial Hospital. To and Mrs. Ricki Martindale of 912 E Temple St., a boy, 8 pounds, 134 ounces, at 9:14 pm. Sunday, Fayette County Memorial Hospital ELECT GARY CREAMER STOUT Republican MUNICIPAL COURT JUDGE Ohio Stat# tor Association. Payoff# County Bor Association. St. Andrew's I pl sc opal Church. Washington Rotary. Joffarsonwlllo Lions Club. Payoff# County Commission on Aging, Masonic Lodgo and Ohio last#m Si mr. Paid tor: Th* Committee to Biset Stout Municipal Court Judo* Ronald Soars. Suey. I SRI St. Rt. Si NW. Jefforsonvills. Ohio 43121. Local plant's waste silo damaged in weekend fire An industrial waste silo was damaged by fire Saturday at Mac Tools, Inc., on S. Fayette Street. Washington C.H. Fire Department officials said the fire, which began around 2:22 p.m., caused an estimated $3,500 in damages to the structure According to the fire report, hot metal from a grinding machine ignited the metal dust in the 14-foot high silo. Firefighters were on the scene for nearly 45 minutes before the blaze was extinguished and the cause determined. Sunday, local firemen snuffed five leaf fires in various parts of the city None of the fires caused any injuries nor damaged any property, according to the fire department reports. They occurred: about 3:49 p.m. in the 700 block of Willard Street; about 3:55p.m. in front of 426 Rawlings St.; around 6:40 p.m. in the 800 block of Yeoman Street; about 6:58 p.m. in the 300 block of Forest Street; and at 7:04 p.m. in front Two local persons named co-chairman COLUMBUS, Ohio - Mrs. Charles Lutz, 671 Willabar Drive, and Virtus Kruse, 1207 Dayton Ave., have ae cepted the positions of Fayette County co-chairmen in the campaign of Ohioans for the Preservation of Honest Elections. Art Peterson, executive director of Ohioans for the Preservation of Honest Elections, said Mrs. Lutz, a Republican, and Kruse, a former Democratic state representative from the Fayette County area, will be working to inform local residents of the importance of State Issue I in the Nov. 8 general election. State Issue I was placed on the ballot after the signatures of more than 500,000 Ohioans were collected during a petition drive. The passage of Issue I would eliminate sections of the law passed by the Ohio General Assembly in May. Mrs. Lutz and Kruse will be seeking support for the passage of the state issue. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS PROHIBIT CRUELTY TO ANIMALS VOTE YES ISSUE NUMBER 2 Sponsored by the following concerned citizens: Beverly Boer Marionn Chizmar Kathryn Persinger Davis Ann Story Fabb Helen Hutson Mrs. Suzanne Sams Mr. & Mrs. Elden Kith Kathleen Penn Shaw Richard L. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. George Shoemaker Dr. Lois Lampe Zimmerman Mrs. Kathryn Fox of 913 Yeoman St. A Bereman Street resident escaped injury when natural gas fumes built up in a hot water heater and flashed back Sunday night. Becky Vance of 320 Bereman St called firefighters around 10:40 p m when the gas build-up flashed into her bathroom, fire officials reported. No damage was reported. Paper drive held by local Jaycees ITie Washington C H. Jaycee chapter held its weekly paper drive Saturday al the Seaway parking lot on Clinton Avenue. Thirty-four local residents took advantage of the opportunity to dispose of their old newspapers, catalogs, and magazines at the paper drive, ac cording to I^eroy Farris, project chairman. On hand to unload cars were Bill Rodgers and Farris. Over 5.0(H) pounds of paper for recycling were received during the two-hour drive. Three Jaycee paper savers were serviced by pick-ups Other businesses and individuals contributing to the paper drive were Jerry Gault, the Record-Herald, the Weekly Advertiser, Seaway and WCHO radio The Jaycee red paper shed is located at the east end of the Seaway parking lot where paper may be dropped off at tin* convenience of Jaycee paper savers. The shed is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week The next Jaycee paper drive will be held on Saturday, from IO a m. to 12 noon at the Seaway parking lot on Clinton Avenue. TfeGi|h I _ mRm^1 I mmnmn .I UL* CORNER CURIO Choop: from two beautiful wood tories arid place it in that ' conin today Vou ll love it Available in three painted decorator colors CURIO CLOCK Select from two luiteroui wood finishes of maple or pine Also available in three decorator painted colors $ 129 95 $ 139 95 | a \ Furniture I M J owl ^ 919 COLUMBUS AVE. 335-6820 More Interest Less Time One Year Time Deposits at Capital Save and earn at Capital Savings & Loan with a 7% Time Deposit You invest $10,000 for just a one year term The 7% Time Deposit account pays interest or adds to your account quarterly. Or, you may have monthly interest checks mailed to you Capital pays the Ohio Intangibles Tax Early withdrawal requires interest be reduced to 53/4% semi-annually, but there is no other forfeiture penalty. Invest where your money earns more— in a Capital 7% Time Deposit Account For information, contact the Capital Savings & Loan office nearest you— listed under Capital Financial Services in the white pages of the telephone book Capital Savings & Loan Company 5025 Arlington Centre Blvd . Columbus, Ohio 43220, 614 459-1000

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