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the amherst news-times vol. xxii, number 2 friday, january 19, 1940 9 browne disclaims responsibility for plant plans and specifications amherst's new municipal electric light will bo ready oftiflals latter port of next week, according to statement floyd g. browne, consulting o iglneer. mads mayor john ii. mic intel men bur tho hoard or rublie affairs harry ruth tuesday when went merlon learn status plant. george h. frank accompanied them. nothing can be done with plans, however, until taxpayer's suit now (pending is disposed of. this expected heard monday. engineer disclaimed nil except say that it was a "minimum steam plant". he said limited by $115,000 nlloted construction, modern would cost in excess figure. also estimates shown village's amendatory application, changng federal grant from deisel steam, were not his estimates, but rather furnished him villago officials who they could secure bids on basis. had no occasion change original recommendation which belsel announcement dealer made although open about month, official appointment linden motor sales as bodge plymouth service, being tki'swvele- the" delayed due strike chrysler last fall. paul manager company. has been automobile service business 23 years, beginning 1917 crow-elkhart automobile. originally an mechanic took duties at same time. 12 years ho selling general motors cars. 1928 stood sixth highest pontiac oakland cars united states. all experience lorain county, most past 1 old central garage lorain, known bickason sales. wednesday secured immediate delivery any model. rooms are church-st. department rear. former local girl wed chardon here week marriage miss elizabeth horvath, daughter mrs. james hymos, taylor-st, kenyon a. .pallant chardon. wedding place sunday evsning home groom's parents rev. mayer officiating. bride graduate elyria high, class 1934 baltimore school nursing 1938 employed cleveland clinic. pallant mentor high '32 byke commerce 1934. thompson products co. cleveland. following ceremony reception held families few close friends. , buffet luncheon served 35. newly weds making their homo apartment 1824 e. 97th-st, mus. parker hostess presidents elmer johnson auxiliary meet tonight (thursday) -with gertrude parkor. must clean walks after snow storm residents warned night council there ordinance mandatory pro-'perty owners storm. says should cleaned m. each morning. failure do so, may compoll have them, assess against owner's tax duplicate. institute opens brownlielm annual farmer's week. sessions morning, afternoon evening morning afternoon. brought picture show, "peck's bad boy" small admission charge. complete program : 10 invocation, f. b. cook; vocal solo, uaird; talk, "cows, clowns cosmetics" fred boll; trumpet clyde bacon; "hobbies pleasure", walph white. pot luck dinner noon table rolls coffee furnished. p. leader, melvin niggle: rhythm band first second grades; "our moments", bolt; girls chorus, 7th 8th activities vocational agricultural class, carl deeds; "why train future farmers america, ralph tuesday, 7:30 stick, leader; cornet alvin portman; "original readings impersonations", boli; play, iff doubt daisy", lorain-co "senior 'i-h club; duvlghl standen; "must we pay what wo got", r. w. bechtel, duet, donald baetz "agricultural outlook 1010", white; discussion c. i. ilummell; frances eckerf, saxophone phyllis schuster anil arlene northoim; "taking if out life", afternoon, wm. leimbach, short session; girl's trio, angersbaeh, maud talbot helen mary hasenpflug; "tied hands", clarinet quartet, portman, dwight mifler, poris neidlng clara "don't put your marbles ono basket", leimbach head garden club henry named president group its election monday night. other officers wero foster, vice president; ludwig, secretary, john. ham-ann, treasurer. two reelected. j. shelley roth appointed committee rico publicity chairman, winners con-tests displays throughout year. contests conducted point prizes presented nicholl, retiring president. session refreshments meeting. meeting clayton young, february 19. al wagner broke ankle fall fri. albin wagner, wcst-st, con- nned broken ankle, result hin driveway friday laid up three four weeks yet. expects work quite while 'i hoy lifo begins ut lu. true, thou william kocpii lived full life. dtspu-tho fact observe hit 70 th binhuuy saturday, hu uuub ni think anything unusuu una ejects keep ou working lor long iio tiu quarries tor 51 ycaio over since vowed iiuvli . another farmer. koepp iburu iu german caino america inn old. lie attended .uickik rulgu then pai ochiul lutheia. church, taught confirmed thirteen. farm $4 stayeu winter summer again worked farm, time ?g mouth. never gol money either year taken trade farmers. rising 9:30 night, taking care eight cows milk dairy, netted $8 month berg ob-erlin. nino months ober-lin stang chore boy month. however soon foreman teamsters salary $125 increased $20 left go quarry six off back life again. october decided himself, so bought suitcase $35 pocket michigan. got job lumber camp $2g came pocket, unusual feat these days. jsight more earned $100 finished kind job. no. 'quarry 75 cents ten hour day. spring boosted $1.30 11 third shift foreman, 13 hours $2.25 vacation proxy see mexico city germaine lahiff v. powers i trust readers column far extricated themselves startling sequence happenings week's article, aware lahlff just reached her. (built reclaimed swampland foot volcano popocatepetl, perhaps one beautiful capitals world. many magnificent churches native warmth intricate beauty architecture helps make so. then, too, generous dash cosmopolitan flavoring gono into city's population ladies rich furs, miserable black-shawled beggars, barefooted indians, mexican mothers carrying babies backs' folds shawls. aristocrats, peons, tourists milling stream humanity, ancient colorings characteristics casto tribe nationality blend impart fiesta air everyday crowds move along streets. blessed virgin guadalupe. her story vital chapter religious history mexico, they'll tell you pride how mother caused imago imprinted lowly indian shepherd's serape proof she appeared during stillness watch, given message doubting archbishop. (mexico guada quarry, paid 20 cut down. dissatisfied arrangement transferred malone's stone rigging koepp" younger days used set mills among those' marietta, west view, 7 south grindstone city. others well b'ut couldn't recall them offhand. later holes began play operating longer profitable. sent around dismantle ship machinery main amherst. riggings various lupe hallowed walls believed rome particular guadalupe stands country's capital, undoubtedly widely visited palatial all. spectacle visitor cannot afford pyramids. 'built centuries ago sacrificial purposes indians quarried stones hauled key spots whore built varying levels layer measuring 210 feet. certain features pyramids led studied advance opinion enigmatical piles handiwork several tribes, 'been constructed apart. example earliest seem higher civilization aro faced further bolster prevailing belief mexico's already crumbling spanish conquerers shores. centor plain dirt considered probably, best medium receive tortured bodies victims sacrifices kings priests presided. youth chosen martyr permitted live like king preceded day doom. "when continued page 4 despite 76 good shape. timo required gangs longer. asked ever accidents breaking, recalled two. somo repairs, couple guy wires boom derrick work. weakened shortage lines, fell hole. qther 40 ton r.tono hooked chains raised top. signal man signalled hoister stop stopped suddenly, than slowly sharp jerk snapped crashing fortunately hurt accident. 17 v ouna nonest sat. paging blogenos! let greek philospher come extinguish lantern givo search honest man. object found saturday person walter wellington, resides williams rest home. wellington black coin purse street thero identification marks it, turned michael. werner zilch michael's offhandedly mentioned, altho doubted someone might report finding daughter-in-law, bob zilch, lost. astonished michael told it. purso contained $25 zilches plenty happy get back. little hope seeing boys scouts swimming tonite thf scout troop ymca where enjoy swimming. test3 given. hall leave 7:20 night's occupied instructions knot tying tenderfoot scoutmaster sam wragg reports nuniibcr coming scouting. inter-troop amherst, series such meetings continue through winter. sandstone center world village employees jl hired l monthly basis -tep economy campaign chambers crowded visitors; olicc sewer treatment operator rehired t only policy allow .or retrenchment funds run short. f onner star wed. stars apnear n enemy uniforms wedncs-. lay eagles martin pontlacs vi million floor. bill guild, greatest basketball luminaries bruce boehler, lorainito living here, 111 both appear pon-lacs. playing leading roles success vermilion team vmherst inns (he oberlin .lanby oils preliminary. oilers composed layers college town hat performed years. teams received setbacks hands sandusky hero lack heighth severe handicap lost 31 lo eddie's pies. eddie hiss, all-state scholastic forward ago, hot witli left, handed hook shots rolling 18 points sandusky. handicapped absence roy hoffner basket did m'uoh slow down half ially. trailing half, within five 'point's w'itli seven minutes closer. jerry gorm-lcy collected 14 lead exp ect crowd firemen's dance tickets fast big fireman's members celling public cordlalyy invited attend. ?1 per couple. cook's orchestra, played year, retained committeo. fashioned dancing. 'committeo sale expect large visitors fire departments district. fivo committee, comprised don frederick, chairman; barris, gordon, charles miller phillip braun arrangements dance. plan anniversary celebration final anni versary eagle announced monday, joe nelson, chairman enter tainment committeo, voted use firemen purchase tickets. membership rally 29th grand worthy wotherald s guest speaker raesler. raesler a, district 1. routine. semester concluded examinations extra-curricular actlv-'ties stand- still teachers students preparing exams. know much liavo county commissioners yet appropriations. applications police jobs. councilmen secretely hire karl white ed mays. votes. mays four, earl rockwood einwechter each. $150 mathes applicant operator. salary. regulations reported special drawn officers. included car allowed take lunch school. provision objected monz thought interest safety whore-by drivers cautious seen. punch clock goe3 returns. seen recommended af-5pn o'i activities' 'twougu-out giving mileage goes duty going duty. fill also. holl- lugsworth commissioner. holllngsworth ly resignation atty. counsel (continued six) organiz'd camera nite frederick elected organization harold saund ers, president, smith, secretary. mondays member's homes frederick. personal invitation extended anyone interested attend monday's talk film development developing formulas women said. members- present addition williard men-gel, hubbard, "wade bruns, jaeger, whlton wolfe. hold rites mrs cora groll funeral services groll, 70, died coburn illness threo weeks. sho suffered stroke christmas eve confined bed since. huron bosse, pastor lutheran church member, burial huron. survived husband, gottlieb, hazel-st; daughter, elsora shupo, sandusky; son, clarence bailey, huron; ibrother grandchildren. -mtts .ww '
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-01-19|
|Date of Original||1940-01-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-01-19 22 2|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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