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the amherst news-times ba week 'i 1 sept.24-25-26-27. 1919 i volume xxi, number 30 friday, august 4, 1939 sandstone center of world planning amherst's 125th anniversary celebration primaries feature two contests tues. pwa officials doubt plant economy rate e will go to polls for primary election next tuesday vote on important contests. one be democratic race mayor, first time in several years that there has been a contest either ticket, and other nominate six seven councilmen republican ticket. ' latter is as it show trend sentiment people toward municipal light plant. dwyer leimbach, who hjs actively opposed construction tha plant, seeking nomination council by five present .tnhn michael nelson schlefersteln are candidates mayor. their campaign fairly quiet thus far with both men relying personal contacts secure votes. republicans te-election dr. a. f. mcc?jeen, ed menz, john sabiers, m. d. fleckner w. brown. fleckner, was candidate at last election, succeeded tom finnegan, resigned this spring. henry kane, councilman, reelection ticket teamed art meesig, paul wohlever, charles smith, herman beesing george cox. bill bartber, bauer e. lahiff board public affairs while office sam wragg, harry ruth frank krugman. conrad zilch tolhurst, (present members board, not reelection. mrs. alllo kuss tho only village treasurer. miller, clerk, unopposed fred borger choice. marshall no-vombor bo between mays, democrat phil brauu, republican, primaries. education township offices subject they aro non-partisan positions. putting telephone wires und'rgroundr work started lay business district park-av underground. downtown eection reverbrated noise throughout day compressed air hammers were used break through pavement. workmen job morning made considerable progress. however, known definitely just when completed. finished, wooden poles eliminated adding much appearance street. initiated rank esquire conferred candidato weekly meeting k p's monday night. ho receive knight mickie says $orta tcru$hrj a$$igmmemt thax$ th' $u bject o' topav'4 $ermom-it!$ $om'piu 'at $ome you$e should $empim' u$ if you '$pect thi$ nbw$paper- keepcomlm k.oepp. votes continue muny special frl night, villnge reaffirmed its intention proceed became regular night minutes read. resolution passed friday reads follows: section "that hereby declared amherst, state ohio, an electric generat ing operated stenm power, accordance amendatory application hereto fore filed 2 copy forwarded l. boulay, acting commissioner federal works agency, administration." action friday's meet also included hiring attorneys win. miller milton fripilman defend lu taxpayers suit brought vollm&v. tuesday's session routine present, mc queen being absent. appointing three new firemen tabled until ing. fire department recommended lloyd haas, lach ray kane. kane te ported county commit sioners have agreed fix fence sides milan-av. mean savings (continued page two) beaver park regatta held sunday second annual regetta ijoat club called off because extremely adverse weather condition but sunday. full schedule boat races canoe swimming events scheduled. attractive prizes offered. pro gram get under way p. memory goes jly it. powers weeks .before quarrymen's picnic thero bills all stores up town telling everything anyone needed know about glorious event. would name resort which held, date; trains arrive places where folks lived wero interested going, hours could figuro starting homo, sundry statements immediate interest cannot recall now, havo so long since gazed, spellbound throes eager anticipation, such proclamation. during those rosiest days south quarries, saturday midsummer employees friends picnicked cedar point without doubt, red-letter summer calendar most inhabitants amhersts. rido train, trip, or wonderland across sandusky bay each itself something dream of, j. smythe, general chairman committee, shown above he going over some o f plans miss marion steel naba-kowski, committee. norma beesing, seated steele, employed nabakowski's attends correspondence havcvillage field program fun fighting scheduled outing north central fii emeu's association olympic vermilion lliver vermilion. many phases company showing different. live wire rescue s. amherst; improvised cellar nozzle, berlin heights; gas mask rescue, avon lake; ladder carry, dryllue and- life net, oberiin. fires forty ago, uncharged lines, grafton; aid demonstration, sheffield 4 0 foot ladder, co. 3, lorain; ropes, lorain. companies participate competition awarded. then follow all, games climaxed firemen's barrel fight. music free dancing. chief mason, skip ellis, capt. white g. stiwald charge arrangements. iltike, avon, black itiver-twp, heights, birmingham, fairview, grafton, huron, lorain city 1, g, oberiin, ridgevillo, sheffield, sheffiold lake sheffield-twp. officers karold brown, president; jake wllhelm, vice president, eugene woods, secretary, combination wrapped together delivered ono handsome package offering richness rarity hasn't equalled since. especially carry pic nickers sandusky. train leaving twixt space hour elapsing tween departures last, seem accommodations afforded wished take advantage excursion rates enjoy away from home, among familiar faces, pleasing. usually had do picnic, beaux belles villages, groups assorted couples, station train. found mamas families, parties consistently feminine, thoso them high hopes annexing momber opposite sex homeward journey, traveling whlchuoft imoro conservative hour; lost probability carried continued differ testimony discrepancies local revealed depositions taken taxpayer's vollmer injunction against further great deal questioning centering around morning, july 8, bonding1 ordinance bonds sold van lohr, doll isphording cincinnati, conflicted whether announced previous 5th. clerk mill er said informed after adjourned l'aer his testimony, that'.feportcrs papers present. mayor c. cooper stand no roporters didn't think ha told reporters eighth even there. councilman alvin brown hand 6th notice 8th given meeting. loud enough hear. atty. wm. h. thomas, admitted signing auternoon beforo authority so. p'urthor out fact tli.it signed trust deed mortgago reading them. waiver afternoon rest at" read "wo, undersigned, acknowledge receipt us villago saturday, 8th, 1939, 9:00 o'clock m., chambers, having least twelve meeting, consider following: " make include board" affairs, councilmen. began lriday monday. fixki) s50 axu costs orland patchin', fined $50 driving whllo intoxicated afternoon. arrested patol-men lake-rd. extehtaixb cxoveriieafs wolczlkowskl entertain clover-leaf oldest resitlent, alexander fleming tait, died sun homo granddaughter, m r stanley hull, ago 95 years, month dten days. mr. tait born melgel, scotland, juno 20th, 1844. married christina napior 22 old. she 25 ago. parents children. past 20 hull. came united states 1sss 1934 survivors includo children, .mrs. joan mcmahon, sioux falls, dakota; benson, minn., wadena, sask. canada. relatives 24 grandchildren 31 grandchildren. mcmahon am herst helping care her father. remains jasper, funeral services wednesday presbyterian church. hull trip. responsibility citizenship right voting people, choice restricted case countries, our american set howl heard ocean, yet, country millions voters fail let's open party nominations. tickets. leimbach seeks policies reference question direct administration. here your opportunity express yourself question. feel administration done thing can councilmanic candidates. otherwise sure cast leimbach. regardless how feel, yourself. democrats mayoralty seat. selection standard bearer november election. whoever choose lead november. write names already printed inherent vote. satisfied may choose. practice, spelling correct, put cross written in. matter what intend vote, duty citizen voter, declaring rale offer ohio service lower than estimated cost generating current plans, columbus wrote zilch, president still project. letter tomorrow (friday) donkey baseball game bob berk edwards food team play any condition, probably league him manner did. promptly took arrangements all-star grocerymen ball wednesday. result spot entertainment entire season. played regulation rules nlways easy donkeys conform rules. can't imagine favorite players trying convince do. all-stars picked popular fans failed respond far. don't pick niinio lineup. wednesday's mark advent softball hero. owners donkpys furnish compiete lighting system i& more adequate 'game. 500 canvas enclose field. attracting large crowds state. fielders mounted donkeys. pitcher catcher defensive foot. batter hits ball, mounts starts baso paths. must stay catch ball. ground gel down keep hold retrieving got back before throwing seo happens refuso move, manuovor famous for. inch rather fast adds fun. forget date folks. s.30 proceeds towards buying trophy emblems winners. rights franchise gives lesser councilman. s basis 1,500,000 kwh per year owner's ( village) estimato "optimistically low", indicating opinion engineers, village, current, actual built. following letter: agency post bldg. columbus, 25, docket oh 2262 p-f eng. eha-job re: power dear sir: analysis request amended agreement change type oil engines steam boilers, received, shows total production $0.0172 kwh., whereas s0.01g kwh. these figures load 25,800.00. $0.0100 $24,000.00. saving purchasing si, 800. 00. view we estimate optimistically low, requested notify desire continuo project, final lequest. yours very truly r. leldlgh asst. assoc. regional 'engineer (ohio) cc floyd patrick crann, rel meantime anotner 20th camo week. congressman dow harter, advises looks little favor upon proposed delsel steam, reduction offered erection considered doubtful economic value. mortgage loan pay 10 dividend payments totaling $18,000 co., beginning holders debenture notes. amount represents ten cent dividend. notes bank payment, foster, manager stated. former parsonage razed historic landmark building stood corner church-st clove-land-av. building, wa3 formerly methodist building; property owned nlcholl. iiegiox elmer johnson legion (will evening rooms hall.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-08-04|
|Date of Original||1939-08-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-08-04 21 30|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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