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the amherst news-times vol. xxi, number 52 friday, january 5, 1940 sandstone center of world kane elected as head council tuesday night was election and appointment at tho session when appointments for next two years were made b y mayor john michael his first meeting. henry president pro tern but although suggested by michael, no clerk elected. miss donna pumphrey hired mayor's secretary same salary previous received. applications position city solicitor received from j. smythe william miller. on a written iballot, named to post vote five one. three police positions earl white, e. h. 'mays itockwood. this point, reminded that because failure sewage disposal levy pass last november village would have cut financial corners. he appointed committee comprised kane, mcqueen, menz beesing meet with him study situation all employees. will report request former c. cooper key chamber vlllago jail tabled until it detor-' mined why wanted them. fire protection again extended brownhelm-twp price $300 year. insurance car renewed. (committee year announced include: ordinance, 6abiers; cemetery, sabiors menz; finance, mcqueen; streets, .sidewalks, light, wohlever beesing; sewer drainage, kano; town hall, flro water, kane; park, firemen's pension board, mcqueen sablers. crestline eagles cage bill second independent basketball program be held here wednesday come ihere eagles. iln prellm'inary is expected well matched, kent inns, group high school players few years. are in midst heavy schedule which started continues tonight against henrietta elyrla city-county league game jefferson junior elyrla. monday go oberlin janby oils, they make return trip mansfield reformatory thursday play another game. boast one ,the strongest teams central ohio district, being college stars. bo time ever met scores common opponents reveal evenly matched. spent holiday folks imiss lydla heller has returned blackborg, va. after spending here. she employed library virginia power technic institute there. businessmen elect officers meeting business men's association masonic hall. feature session. george jaeger, joe fuhrman claude jlahl recent guests misses alma betty wlrth. merchant heads township trustees lewis board an organization night. other adolph holn-zerllni;, road foreman; neal lud-wlg, hall chairman, merchant, poor relief chairman. endorse boost aerie, fraternal order eagles, regular lng night, endosed campaign sponsored jointly social security state f. o. e., federation labor executive amend old age law raise maximum awards $30 month $40 month, conformity federal seaurity act, establish division aid aged unit government under non-partisan commission (it not part welfare department). aerie acted reading1 letter security' committee, charles sacks, akron, outlining agreed upon don fullmer, president, said. fullmer said had been working these amendments without success, now joining thus state-wide organizations proposed original voters, secured their approval polls, united fight improve law, "these we propose bring amount could awarded up standard set government, pays half bill, way effect present provisions applicant m,ust or really need," "we want safeguard system much possible, therefore provision pose avoid possibility political manipulation, putting department nonpartisan commission, like industrial now. eagles' program, commltteed exclusion any plans posed groups. gathering loose ends end mrs. r. powers during course year, who does weekly stint newspaper bound leave dangling. perhaps fact he'd figured a. good news item, slipped mind critical moment; maybe person interviewed forgot tell something interest story printed, then it's too, mistake might narrating tale either informants themselves, our varied subjects, what's worse, ye oldo reporter. now, since many forgotten truths interesting should revealed admitted, whichever case be, i'd best follow behind more editions paper do bit gleaning, even dutiful ruth did fields boaz. so if you'll just bear me short space . i visiting rices preparation golden anniversary story, rice fell talking earnestly about ladies mention mr. himself gone young man. havo carried word, k p's sixteen members local k. p. lodge braved icy winds early new year's morning when. opened 6:30 m., followed breakfast. shown seated breakfast table. allen schroeder married saturday schroeder, son helen opfer, daughter phillip berlin heights, marriage noon opfer home. day marked 25th wedding anlv;rsary groom's parents. couple wore unattended ceremony. graduate school, class '34, also bluftton college. 13 coaoh teacher heights school. nichols lippus store , plan home newly-furnished apartment middle ridge. homo (he scene recaption honor noting silver schroeder. both couples lovely gifts. firemen dance jan. 19 annual am herst friday jan, eagle preparations affair already underway tickets sale department. charge includes frederick, walter barris, gordon, miller braun. beautiful strawberries schriver brought week october grown her dad's farm, needed only taste fulsome vision junetime. never superb production religious drama, "tho rock", presented people congregational church direct-ion rev. kenneth kuntz valerie eppley. stretching imagination, here, supply scenery, nor there bathrobe, costume, burlap sack seen. "arky" darakls responsible home-made stage anent beautifully designed richly-colored costumes actors (originally 45 yards white muslin) eppley can stop forward tako how. every phase exhibited typo creative art such delights see springing hearts hands people. subject drama leaders look into, gives youth groups project church's guidance, opportunity learn bible stories manner (continued page two) al fries 'em proved prowess over frying pan range ho fried potato pancakes fare p's. weekend calls called out twice end, nights. owned edward o'dell, broadway, caught corner broadway park avenue-. circuit caused gasollno ignite. firo chief stiwald estimated damago $5. night's call mcgln-nis, 50g east-st. checked burning chimney damage done, sti wald comets face going into 1940, games, six them eight northern con tests. start 'by london. wildcats low obb season fans still remember upset turned london wellington hero clear-view, south amherst, medina, vermilion, london, berea, huron, wellington, clearvlew, sandusky st. marys. break contests, coming back attempt grab championship gain crown relin quished nine season. installation knights pythias pythian 'sisters hold joint .nstallatlon o' thursday). final arrangements the-breakfast morning. installed are: jf p's., chancellor commander, jeorge benedict; vico chancellor, jeorgo carter; prelate, herman master arms, jack -l.ee; inner guard robert fleck-aer; outer guard, geoffrey monger; work, dr. n. rubel; keeper records seal, financi, heller; washifvi hequer, ehrman, trustees, kreeger. sisters aro sophia rubel, most excellent chief; june alexander, past mildred hutton, senior; laura young, junior; auldean schaoffer, manager; lucy roemer, mistress correspondence; hattle stev ens, finance; mary- ette barck, protector ethel mlschka, guard. panciakes, sausage, rye bread coffee served 'breakfast 'monday 18 members. affair, took place usual mon meeting, ehrman alvin heller. explain aaa farm a.a.a. designated later feb. 12, purpose ex plaining how program. everyone invited, farmer, man laboring better income farmer benefit all. some opposed legislation setup further developments later. yellow dogs loraln-co dog club evening odd b'ellows 7:30 m degree work elmer baker, newly preside, milton xabakowski, secretary, reported. legion johnson american its rooms urged attend. far defeated birmingham, oberlin, medina lost lorain, eaton, ver milion. ops offers light rate taking step backwards steam generating electric plant built burger, manager public service co., told council, paul beesing, get full information situation, burger stated welcomed chance fleckner, becker "lamo duck" cemetery conform ruling examlnor. m. d. whose j term expired dec. 31, tendered resignation trustees. carl remaining 1. fleckner four. previously frank lato bauer, along board. may cooper's recommendation. bonds east st, middle-st crosse-st paving projects east- st sold while issue went slpple. bid two. premium ?121 east-st ?93 middle-st; sipplo offered ?75 $g0 latter. .the crosse-s $45, cooper' authorized' flood brandt's skaters. water works co. furnishing free. routine occupied attention presided absence fullmer. letters thanks from. pjeas- ant view sanatorium, children's lorain sal vation army read aerlo's christmas gifts party present. nleson, chairman entertainment instructed tinue series dances beginlng wednesday. voted co operate organiza lion campaign, initiating conrad mann, managing organizer na tlonal classes resume resumed following vacation. act ivities calendar students busy preparing semester exams latter month. grange install fea ture hickory treo (thursday) originally tonight. hostess circle alex dyblnski entertained joseph's monday, affairs, barber harry sam wragg president. vice secretary. maynard, elyrla, caller vicinity friday. dtirng 12 months appear before council. affairs wero submitted offer sell electricity .0100 per kllowat pointed accepted saved ?11,000. admitted hard company bea possible diesel engine ia antique ,that type proposing (has 1904. wragg, exception figures pwa office washington same. ,is horizontal unlflow non-condensing engine. com piled almost those gathered engineers. w. g. fraser, engineer ops, charts showing used examples, average sunday avorage tuesday. showed sundays, hour jlay, load h'oj, mil? tiv f ttk ..;il... engines proposed. cost production. little discussion mostly fred jones. biggest sessions available seating room taken. accused trying slip inviting officials givng men prepare own. washington. believe pleaded submit arbritator. response plea. jenne died funeral services afternoon gertrude heathcote jenne, 44, 2:45 sick bed weeks. born derbyshire, england, came country ten parents resided amherst. lived married, having celebrated june. member methodist sorosis 1925, "being correspondent times herald ohrontclo telegram. survived (by husband, bert; sons, burton foster; grandchildren; father, joseph heathcote, sisters, garland j, brown, elyria. mother february, 1938. odlst 2 m, rev.fxy hunter abhland yraj&f of. assisted,' burrls. burial vijln juvercreen cemetery. ai
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-01-05|
|Date of Original||1940-01-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-01-05 21 52|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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