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the am ews-tlmes amherst sept. 24-25-z6-z7, 19i volume' xxi, number 31 friday, august 11, 1939 sandstone center of world week seek bond issue to finance water co. purchase preliminary steps put a $g0,000 pay part price works on november ballot were taken last friday night at special meeting village council. although no actual iprlco has been decided on, council passed this legislation pave way it ballot. an ordinance necessity was declaring necessary acquire w e r property and resolution $60,000 up people in november. before reading resolution, atty. milton friedman, counsel for village, said he wasn't quite sure whether legal partly by mortgage revenue bonds. but that if method financing is then will be completed. ho also pointed out referendum filed against necessity, could voted same time as issue. according friedman tho passes .bonds lose, mandate go ahead through re-venuo councilman henry kane objected procedure !ir,st, wondering would cause get high hat hold where couldn't afford buy it. "wo are going with don't . eveji know price." pointing wide differences estimated worth submitted engineers company, third party may comie appraise $135,000 or $140,000, can't pay. added j give consumers reduced rate, they have right 'buy mayor cooper proceed negotiations not binding them buy. whilo considering co., board public affairs held its monthly light plant principal item business along construction municipal plant. received letter from pwa authorities, asking wished continue project view lower rates offered ohio service rotarians notice directors' rotary club 8 p. m. home w. j. dur-ling. chairmen various committees urged bo present. imickie says- rz "extra! extra u tu1 towmpaperl mo murder?! crime! scattdau just ail-th' news about our. "friends, tw good ole towm gave committee reports monday progress 125th anniversary features men's st. paul's lutheran church. smythe, general chairman, outlined plans. fred holzhauer, head fin- anco committee, praised generous cooperation ludwig thomas reported floats already assured for. parade. john michael won dem. nomination less than 500 amherst-ites polls tuesday primary election, two contests ballots definitely decided. democratic defeating nelson schteferstein 108 80. seven man race six republican nominations council, dwyer leimabch eliminated. mayoralty contest drawing card, 287 democrats went while only 20cs republicans voted. charles miller choice clerk, polled largest vote, getting 25 2. mrs. kuss, candidate treasurer, led her 180 votes. c. e. cooper, nominee mayor, unopposed tuesday's election. five present coun- cilmen seeking ticket, 1 sabiors gathered most votes 15gwith dr. a. f. m,cqueen close behind 154. other councilmen follows: menz, 144; fleckner, 112 brown 138. koepp sixth 105 toi 76 lelmbach. paul wohlever nominees 205 kane, councilman, second 18 6 followed b george cox, 176; art meesig, 174; herman bees-ing, 171 smjth, 149. vote resulted follows. lahiff, 202, bill barber 201, bauer 167; republicans, harry rumi, 157, sam wragg, 14g, frank krugman, 141, conrad zilch 1. fret; holzhauer had steadfastly refused nevertheless rcraive(x 19 complimentary vims. visited rev. burris catherine dice, canton, ohio, eighty-one year old aunt reverend burris, son elmer, daughter, mazie granddaughter, week. mid-summer powers howovor you think upon subject, always seem ed me now until opening school following vacation christmas, nicest restful year. one thing, question kept more air settled. either you've it, you're all latter so, begun make golden plans -'or extra-special-super next which colors everything rosy hue, after all. mother nature herself, work hand moving glorious culmination she planned seems resting bit. now, does find insect making sprightly sound, bird singing blithely, flower bloom bright sultry magnificence? drowsy pall fallen princess court sleep, awakened months hence fresh fragrant kiss spring. month bell ringing again. junior senior i wfi0mi ! b0lmmt pot pourri students should eager re turn, reason see new teachers. math teacher us know. youngsters schools saying "miss ehrman" years it's strange having mr. ehrman there, too. jim's natural ability, eagerness his pursuit chosen work, own pleas ing personality, success .beginning, we're looking forward another graduate take place ranks our teaching force miss huldah berger, who'll succeed mary lahiff aschckbach tlm-j grado teacher. knowing girl brilliant mind, real lady person blessed goodly amount "stick-to-it-ive-ness," we keep being proud her, many "same taught girls, records personal observations they've done nobly muunewb, music herl, who takes warkentln's continued page 4 - , 7" -1 ll winners firemen's elyria speaker albert beesing savings trust guest monday. spoke "business conditions" sub topic "which wo traveling?" discussed times depression, during depression time. thinks trend towards dli tatorship never ibe what used because control!' d centrally. bennett hudson fremont .i monday's meeting. session, weie made picnic wednesday. boys compete judging love, william brill wayne lelmbach brownhelm dairy wooster friday. accompanied carl deeds, vocational agricultural brown-helm schools. top photo shows winning south 'amtierst firemen their first, aid demonstration, first award. learn are: bartlome, edward fanruey, nick krebs, steve velogi, wltte slack. russell mosier victim. picture chief 0. stiwald, asst. baicltert earl, department, winnerb hose laying ctmtest. jjju'l holding trophy won. announce wheat crop insurance lorain county farmers harvest crop, revealing losses, t. h. breyloy, chairman aaa announced improved simplified program 1940. incorporates improvements easier growers insure crops, declared. figures in-dicuto fifteen obtained ior" havo buffered losses collected collect indemnities lroin federal lurpuruiion result ciop uhuut crop. main points 1940 iusuro 50 75 percent ot average yield unavoidable hazards, such drought, wind, hail, fire, disease insects. protect grower resulting neglect lack adequate effort o ia determined separately each farm basis apprals(ed history 9 base period, 1930-38, adjusted 13 year, longer, period located. 3. handling insurauco so b.o written operation application filed. 4. obtain credit funds premiums recent amendment act under advances future payments earned program. information concerning office 238 street, elyria, ohio. ' beauty spot replace house mcholl coiner cleveland-av c hurch-st turned into spot, reliably ported milding, formerly methodist parsonage, stood property, razed local fiie depts. awarded trophies fire departments displaying gold superiority dem onstration north central volun teer association sunday olympic vermilion river. wab competition, prize competition. competition total 195 possible 200, score 90 per cent. outing volunteer companies amherst, berlin heights, avon lake, oborlln, grafton, sheffield, sheffield lake and""hoso no. 3" lorajn taking part. volunteers acted hosts day did competitions. spectators fights. 3 took honors day. roar laughter rose lucky every some unfortunate group wet ting barrel, together stream water, sidelines. firemen, garbed red shirts, false beards, pants, 3,000 thrill when ran live oak pumper across field, backed apparatus edge river pumped pressure feet air. mlko nabakowski, member crew, four inch gash leg accldent-ly slipped pumping. given tent. wound him using cane more. tent mitchell, stop 4s lorain, sprained ankle womon's race. judges wore battalion byrne capt. eisenhart, f clovoland; chiefs lakewood, akron fairview departments. amherst's g. edgar ellis, white, forest mason, black township, chargo affair. short weds ludtke, sat. lillian short, franklin-av, became bride toledo, ceremony performed saturday afternoon eastman congregational parsonage wakeman. attendants' wllmah egcland raymond hazel, toledo. lucy roemer witnessed ceremony. wedding dinner served okagl's vermilion. ludtke employed cut stone mako residence bride's franklln-av. dute family picks residents casper duto, jr., named vice president phillip braun, secretary, annual reunion wellington, sunday. those here included family, braun. carnival homecoming onp popular celebration 24-27 furnish amusement entertainment. concession advertised billboard, national theatrical magazine, several implications. however, attractive offer comes concessions, three rides addition steam calliope. sign contract outfit. celebration, ten-ney-av roped off chureh-st main-st, cai nival midway. wesbeclier lias use lot rear store location rides. fireworks headed lee ready display. season, comnilttee secured display $235 cost ?400 around 4th july. covered wagon aerial work. jjiditig -thomas, charge commercial parade, houses planning enter floats. week, holder decorating sell float ma terials construct well decorate individual places. invitations sent town printed "this mie invitation expects start addressing any friends former residents, addresses soon possible. anxious resident overlooked. regatta drew big throng large crowd, 800 persons, beaver park boat postponed previous rough weather interfered. motor races, canoe tilting swimming races thrilled crowd. were: 2 horse- power, bob schaeffer, johnson, second, chas. solzer, third; 12 horsepower, percy gould, l. loken, hessler, commodore glatz trophy, 17 ys pryce jr.; schaeffer 22 hoist, aebersold, louis charles, bang go-back craft, s. saegers, third. roy ben harold smith joe de-qhlaro second. penton, dean beaty finished one, boys' ora mae girls' beverly mills, eileen taylor, brucker elected irvln roth homo lorain. grimes, detroit, secretary-treasurer. relatives yellow dogs meet lorain-co brandt's park, at' there candidates on. both indoor outdoor sports oa
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1939-08-11|
|Date of Original||1939-08-11|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1939-08-11 21 31|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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