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the amherst news-times volymetxv7number45 "amhersttlorain county, ohio, tfylirsday, september22, 1932 if i ; 't our point of vievu an editorial criticizing village council for its action in voting to sell local light plant and system ohio .., public service co. appeared lorain journal saturday as expected, shows a considerable lack knowledge situation here. them it would seem though all who wye anything do with utilities are crooked they think are. we not defending utilities, whose actions past have been subject much just criticism, but interests acted after making study situation, their honest conscience dictated. rose above personal prejudices, good people were elected represent. says took unexpected action, where matter fact considering many months, practically decided soon report engineer was made known several months ago. recommends that reconsider give opportunity decide by ballot. petitions already completed this very thing, aware before legislation passed. is hog-tied to' o, p. s. 25 years, eminent legal authority informed vote franchise could be annulled, at any time saw fiit, entire sold total $138,000 bought back sum set appraising board appointed probate court. price probably figure far below present purchase price. best concerned served carry on private disputes lorain, enter into affairs amherst, which has only selfish interest. more about school problem, believe county now constituted should abolished.. seems us superintendent schools, his assistant tho office bo abolished benefit both taxpayers schools. when centralized schools begun, per haps there definite need - flee, organizing system. believe, however, ,has ended, what return self government, elimination needless expenditures functions. fully capable looking administering the' education. wliy high salaried man, interested salary, tell how run schools? some years ago movement build serve township, including south amherst. had reached stage parties agreement is, board. suddenly thing dropped through, proceeded her own school, required state aid ever since built. also suffered loss tuitions. the. project killed coun ty board, greed one places beon less expensive run, position offer greater educational facill-ties pupils. bill proposed representa tlve ii. rogers sufficient ly far-reaching. let abolish assistants, office, sot up advisory heads under system, or needed administer functions x a.h.s. opens here play elyria lightweights harris slreet field high, school's gridiron warriors open season next afternoon, playing lightweights, tough team midseason, alone opener. beat locals night,) game' last year. year's game another close affair, odds divided evenly. year will lighter than recent history, practice looks like faster scrappier represented ahs years. chances league race appear rather slim, view showing new london trimming shelby, presence wellington ot nearly regular team. likely better representation hart recently. while coach hearn expected use large number players game, those see most brown lentz, ends; henson, roy schaeffer, andy zvara, c. bodmann, bailey j. guisel-man, tackles; herb edwards, thomas, glenn jack blackford, guards; albrifthj, andrews van keuren, center,; arthur quarter; lach, kelleher, schroeder'and jovbejes, halfbacks, tony huteruir. l. hoffner started end he injured. a. michael, end, alex burnett, half, able get opening game. squad 34 averages 127 pounds, probable starting average 132. london's first around 150. women mennaby mr. sniytjie prosecutor county. dear jake: can you remember old dnys measure man's importance community amount qf gilt h shaving mug ehrmnn's barber shop? heard man say one' day don't alike, becausn everybody wanted marry wife. isn't answer, know thib bird, il thought no married him. fellow told me other .that ho believed going election, said, "oh, married, too?"'i agree de cide things, men rest; way pass conversational ketchup around, expect knockout minute. yes sir, americans het politics why 100 prosecutor. traveled depres sion without hatred, fear bitterness. let's mar magnificent achievement weakness now. differed, course, questions national policy, estimates mien positions service. wisdom policies challenged particular office-hoia-ors opposed, integ rity intentions altogether disputed, tragic tempers cnange lor worse. government intimfdatlon country, must neglect men, children appealing help. money enough united states provide all. states, cities waste detailed plans caring needy. apparently conditions generally improving gradually jobs found (continued lust l'ago)" indian summer albert t. reid my. -s &m cow silk &&rj& wpozeu lakelands bubble again revived examination property manufacturer recently being revived! rumors industrial development near future corporation grow persistent' daily. cor-, iporatlon owns 2500 acres adjoining extending lake, largest tract land having lake frontage single ownership between cleveland sandusky. engineers said thnt possibilities finest artificial harbor erie; fact, together transportation facilities provided york central nickel plate railroads through property, make desirable tracts erie purposes development. efforts confirm these smythe, counsel corp., unsuccessful, reply being' such matters confidential nature. e. morton, attorney columbus, charge asked representative whether prospect early this" iproperty. feels liberty divulge information hie client's affairs, did prospects brighter today ten adding, "in producer a' nationally product thorough property." o station satusday formal sun oco cievoianu avenue held saturday. taken over charles hearn, operating it. souvenir day, pair nickeled pliers each five gallons gasoline. member vil lage well vicinity. complete ren dered station, washing, repairing, greasing, st- monizlng polishing, gas oils. wantrij buy, medium size coal stove. mrs. fred shelttor, 447 n. main st, sidewalk improvement order walks nil put. side-toivn condition k. stlwalcl isi ivinter, ."mayor lied n, request residents, nny attention needed.' t li 1h work, chest furnish necessary labor level off replace broken stones. stones material have, furnished ovtner,-hiit donated chest. ii'sldonts ai'o urged take advantage oiler, notify once. meeting tuesday evening passed resolution requesting advance draw from auditor $4000. mathes requested sent convention sewage disposal workers columbus month. tabled until meeting. work once lower sanitary sewer cleveland, so residents connect in. ef fort remedy trouble postal increased rural routes extended two ex tended territory, homes. important change .vas place taylor street terrtiory dellv ery theyi route 2. 2 include dewey avenue, park out leavltt road. .increase mileage 27 28.325 miles. route, 3, road brownhelm store west cheese factory transfer red vermilion clias. baker claude un gor, living foot mil! hollow hill, mail delivered homes previously climb hill mall, 30 mail. changes increase 3 25.5 27.7. births little baby sister jane durling arrlve'd hospital monday morning. parents w. j durling, woodhill drive. born week son walter kiser tl'ot hazel street. kepler grid university all-ohio half football history big jump announced russell ngreed merchants. halfback, ed won buckeye conference title kepler, boy, regarded passer punter state, fine ball carrier. acquisition sures great back- field. line al sharp, schriner, hahn, olson, gleason bear hutton. line, additions, even merchants plan sunday against ex-highs. book teams available. mathes-sharp win doubles harold john sharp annexed tennis vanquished strohmeier berger easy fashion. match lasted three sets, scores 6-1, 6-3, 6-4. handicapped injury dou bles partner, brown, forced substitute berger, whom never played. junior final yet played, due sickness cromwell, plays nord. meet mc-cann mcgarvey cromwell play. start 'family night' colonial beginning co lonial "family night" wednesday nights, admission 10c effect. "business pleasure," family night feature. pictures coming "disorderly coduct," spencer tracy sally eilers, friday saturday; monday, "rebecca rfunnybrook farm," marion nixon ralph bellamy. attendance during operation en couraging, giving evidence appreciate theatre. electrical repairing general household elect. work. radio servicing specialty wil.mont baker, ph. 48tt "the sahndstdnecenter world" passes authorizing sale statement sets forth views problem citizens amherst: 1930 municipal campaign members advocated electric rates secure same serious consideration generating plant, results election indicated mandate voters rate energy. immediately upon taking given mayor wo employed satisfied fair, unbiased opinion practicability constructing plant. filed disclosed cost .015ggc k.w.h. generate .03016c li. distribute electricity consumers village. submitted manufacturers diesel engine equipment reported accurate reflected true distributing. distribution offered various prices therefor. assume remaining outstanding bonds $57,500 pay interest mature, obligation $88,700, free lights period life 25' fur nish domestic, commercial power exceed city period. domestic 4c k.w.h., 3c 170, 2c cess 200 $1.00 charged 12 gc 88 5 excess figures presented show co., save 10 paying energy within four revision downwards receive downward revision. retiring page) committee thanks contributors drive "1 wish express my sincere appreciation spirit co-operation shown milk fund campaign. foster, chairman comm." available, side district canvassed. home reached. touch possible. date $125.35 cash, pledges amounting $50. winter babies undernourish children. donations 25c 50c thankfully re ceived larger amounts, everyone tried bit. teachers lists needing milk. names eight needy deserving families turned ers. children, pre-scliool age, ordered referendum petition circulated decision stirred biggest controversy town seen ordinances toward getting business. anticipated over-signed, violently divided, interesting fight seven weeks. sides lining forces fray, bitter. adjourned passed, ordinance granting operate dispensing ser vice, advertise lighting lage. ctie covered following items: bonds, $59,000; interest, $29,000; $50,000. round numbers, correct. consummation deal leave almost bonded debt, reduce taxes approximately 3.2 mills, equal $5,000 $16 year, $1.25 provisions ordinance, so, follow expressed polls. of.xouncil came covering part building consideration. hired survey revealed bills, impractical because investment. submitting report, carried negotiations ihe practical plan. feeling taxes, turning down bond issues country majorities, possibility passing sue $110,000 here, requiring majority 65 voters, seemed hopeless proposition. alternatives renewing contract o. juice wholesale, present, business altogether. bearing 159 signatures, cent, dead assuring issue themselves. passage legislation, move unanimous approval operation. full text "ordin ances printed page news-tlmea. men's assn. investi gating rales charges houses compare effect association. rev. lyon transferred james lyon, pastor m. church centenary independence churches cleve land. quade, formerly huntington spencer, foil rent 6 room house st. inquore bert 531 tic
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1932-09-22|
|Date of Original||1932-09-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1932-09-22 15 45|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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