The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 15, 1955 · Page 28
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December 15, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 28

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i9 THE BANTy'*"^^^ RT ^aiSTER-STARNEWS 10 -Million-Dollar Mental Hospital For State Not In Cards For This Year tOLIIMBrS. Drr. 15 (IP) i That proposed new 10-mlI- | lion-dollnr Matp mentrl hos- { pital for Nortliprn Ohio i fsB 't liiiich nparpr realty to- i day that It was more than j a year ajro. That 's (he gist of an answeri to an inquiry pn( (o .loiinj D. PorterficJd, dii 'Pclor of thr Ktalp mental hygiene and correction department. Porlerfield told tlio I'niled Press that he will not ask the January .special se.^.sion of the legislature to approve any funds for the hospital, which teniativel,\ was planned for !\I;iiisfiekl. Nor. Porterfield said, would lie ask the lawmakers to appiovc the spending of any money to dra«' up the plans for ihe construction of the hospital. No Hospitals Planned In fact, he said, he does not Intend to ask the legislature to approve the spending of any money to draw up plans for any new major mental institution. T': director's statement ended speculation that the proposed hospital would be included in a 15-million-dollar list calling fori a face-lifting of Ohio's mental j hospitals, juvenile institutions! . -id prisons. i The legislature ^'ill determine! how to spend the first installment of the money which will come from the IJiO-million-dollar b )nd issue approved by the voter.s I rl,\' last month. A y r ago, the department said a new 10-million-dollar mei 1 hospital was a "major" need and would help to take the load off Apple Creek vState TTos- . * at Wooster and Tiffin .State Hospital. The plan then was to move a" ' the insane at these two hospitals to the new institution. This would have left only the feeble-minded at Apple Creek and Tiffin. However. Dr. Pnrferfi{>ld said plans for I he proposed new hospital have not been dropped. He indicated it will be included in later requests in the stale's five -.\ear building program. Outlines Ob .lcctivcs The director said most of the mental hospital items to be requested for the first year's spending would center on two objectives: 1. The improvement of institutions for the feeble-minded. 2. The addition of new units to existing hospitals for the insan'> to speed patient recovery aiul discharge. Meanwhile, the priority list for the correction division was expected to be about the same as a year ago. Topping the list was a now medium-security reformatory to be built at Lebanon. The new prison, costing approximately 12 MiiiU'on doll.nrf;, would house '. SOI) irmiates. The legislature probably will be asked to approve the spendins of funds to draw up detail.d plans and get some of the first ikliru;s under way. .fuvenili fli\ision request.s wcic (>xi)e(ie(l to ineUide two new S1,.^00,()00 inslifulions wiiich will bo built in ("olumhus. One i.. a l.'JO-bed classification and reception center. The other is a lOO-bed psychiatric treatment center. Their final sites within the eily are still to be i determined. •All cif the iccommendcd projects will be submitted to a new Capital I'lanning Division under , .State I'inance Diiector John Wil- icoxx on this Fiidav-. The divisioi I will rate the projects according to priority and (lass them on to a special coinniiltee of legisla- , lots. This last group will frame 'the final recoiniuendations to the •'-lature. As vet, there are no detailed constiuclion plans for any ofj the projects. ]i ore Ihi'v can be | cli'aun, ninnex- tniisl first be made lava'ilile fi'oni the boiul issue jlev>in<^ an adclilional tax on cig- ' ar(-ls. Around Buckeye State Mnrio S|)!>lln, l^Ui) Vinp-sl, lo rnn- .slrucl ii DOW .stoiM'jc t)iiil(liiif;. Vnhi- alion is $l,.')Oil, .intt Anilion.v .Soliaof- cr, ooiiUaiMor. L.v.ss F.ilrick, 1721 W. Mo/iroo-.st, 1o c-dnslruci a (IwoltiiiK at (iia Ucn- nett-nv. Valuation is SI0,000 and Lnkclnnrl .Swift, conlj-at-tor, Miss lone Mc'(z(,'<'r, (il7 E. Adam.'s- st, li> .-illor clwolliiif;. 'Valuation is jflin and Wtn. Zoollntr r 'll)R, & Htg. ;C'o., fonlractof. \ Henry Stoneroolv. ,")3f! ,')nHi-st, to jaltiT dwf'llinn. Valuation is SI,50 land owner i.s (ronlraolor. Aliirniiuuii <V MafjrK^.sium, Tnc , 1 [Iluron-.st, to add to Industrinl-bldS- -Valuation is ?7,H2.'), and owner is contractor, ; Mrs, Hcrtiia Rnlido, 1-12;5 Clintoii- Ist, to demolish haru. Howard Miller is colli rartor. NKWAHK, O. (INS)— The Newark lioard of Education wound up its term Wednesday night by voting lo give all teachers a raise effective Jan. 1. The new pay range 1 uns from .$2R00' to $4800 annually. * * « ZANESVILLE, O. (INS) — Zaics- illo's oldest resident, 104-year-old .fohn Joseph, died Wednesday at Bethseda liospital following a 15- da., illness. He had been born in vSyria but lived in this country for 79 years. * * ^ GREENFIELD, O. (INS)— .fudges of at least two of the three tri- coimty common pleas courts around Greenfield believe the Christmas spirit might have a healing effect on broken marriages. They announced Wednesday that no divorces will be awarded until after the holidays — if the participants still want them, * • • ZANE .SVnj>E, O. (INS)— Fire officials were .still at a loss today to explnin the cause of a $300,000 bla/c which burned out a restaurant and new car dealership in /.anesville early Wednesday morning and threatened two city blocks before it was brought under control. l''iremcn had been called to one of the buildings earlier to dou.se a blaze in a pile of rags. * * • CLEVELAND (INS)— A runaway truck trailer skidded and swerved down Schaff Road Hill in nearby fndepcndenec Wednesday night, and crashed into the office of an industrial firm. No one was injured. Two drivers for Shirrer's Dispatch Inc., were trying to change tractors on the hill when the trailer broke loose. * • • CLEVELAND (INS)— Police took five 5 .1 -gallon barrels and a still ChMSIMAS PdOD CARNIML into cu.stody Wednet^dsy night along with two men found manufacturing moonshine in a Quincy Ave, rooming house. The men were Robert Swope and unidentified relative. * « * CLEVELAND (INS)—The Twins- barg Townghip Planning Cammli- sion will discuss tonight rezoning of an industrial site for a proposed ?85 million Chr.vsler Corp. stamping plant. The City Council of Twinsburg, where one-third of the property lies, has already approved rezoning of Its section. If the Twinsburg Township Planning Commission recommends the move tonight, final decision on the other two-thirds, will rest,, with tov;nshlp trustees. • • • CLEVELAND (INS)—A three- year-old boy and his two-year- 1 old sister were killed in theli Cleveland home Wednesday when a bottle of ga.soline exploded. Thomas Attinoto died of burn .s, shortly after the blast Wednes-| day morning and his sister' Gloria Jean, succumbed Wednesday night at St. Alex Hospital. Doctors said the death of the girl, who was suffering from pneumonia, was attributable to Tjmes and her illness. i FRUIT BASKETS Ideol Gifts FLECHTNER'8 READY-TO-EAT HAMS ^^^^ Gifts—lb. Alumni Plan Dance CLYDE, Dec. 1.5 —The York High School Alumni Association will hold its first annual alumni dance at the school gym on Saturday, at 9 p. m. as a Christmas Hop, according to Leonard Manbeck, association president. Round and square dance music is i lO be furnished by Mel Herner's! orchtstra, There will be door awards and refreshments will be available. FLECHTNER'8 Smoked PICNICS lb. 35c WILSON'S —1 lb. Avg, CANNED HAMS lb. 89c ?RESH PORK 1UTT ROAST lb. 39c END CUT, SMALL. LEAN 'ORK CHOPS lb. 39c HOT ITALIAN or REGULAR ?ORK SAUSAGE " 59c Almost everyone the best ORDER YOUR XMAS POULTRY NOW PREMIER —SWEET POTATOES 2 49c No. 212 Can PUMPKIN 2 for 39c BIRDS EYE FROZEN Strawberries can 29c CREMO — 5% CREAM Oleo Margarine . lb. 29c RED VELVET COFFEE lb. 73c DELLA BRAND Tomoto Juice 29c DONALD DUCK Orange Juice can 29c i \ TOMATOES T"*^"^ Box 19c BANANAS 2 lbs. 29c CALIFORNIA CIELiRY stock 29c IDAHO OOTATOPS 10 lbs. 49e Remember — have plenty of Coke on hand for Christmas. It's the one drink you know your guests will welcome. DAILY 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. FRIDAY 8 A. M. to 9 P. M. SUNDAY 8 A. M. to 12 Noon PHMC 1237 TIMES DAILY 536 E-AOAWS Gel Extra Coke For The Holidays ^ T955, THI COCA COLA COMPANY Family-Slie King-Sii© Standard-Size 60TTIED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCACOIA COMPANY »t THE LASALLE COCA -COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 1338 TIFFIN AVE. PHONE 1330 TRAY-PAK Sliced Bacon FLECHTNER'S READY-iaEAT Hams -49' -55' 89' WHOLI BUTT HALF CENTiR SLICES lb. PURE —LEAN Flavor Fresh See^ Club Steaks 39 lb. illillllillillllllllllllllllliillllliiiiliilijiiiillllllllllillilllllllji Country style Sausage 49 Farm Fresh '= Tender — Fresh-Cut Large Eggs "POT" 59- i 29? lilKJilllllllllllliillilililliln^ Picrvor Fresh 0^ mm PORK LOINS 25 lb. "Cok«" f( o regirtertd fradt-mork. —Read And Use The Classified Pages-

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