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page three the amherst news - times, amherst, ohio friday, february 23, 1940 amh s-times vol. xxii, number 7 new erst sandstone center of world acceptance water rates delayed ' village council tuesday night in accepting a rate schedule from works co. which would mean saving $1.00 per quarter for all users. i action was postponed until next at 1 time an adjourned meeting will be held. j. smythe, who light case presented! to court on merits' solid giometry 5 legality sale plant bonds submitted judge guy b. finley common pleas monday morning, when attorneys both sides ( agreed statement facts place usual testimony wit-, nesses. told that true, but each side took exception certain parts grounds "relevancy and materiality facts." now have opportunity submitting briefs facts. plaintiffs must before march 1st. as admits were sold van lahr, doll isphordlng, inc. general public had no notice. it ordinance authorizing salo not published any paper, posted village. offer bond buyers presented immediately after passage 'bonds morning july 8, 1939, accepted "by resolution council. advertised private sale. signed advance by mayor clerk. delivered paid entire transaction completed noon. says passed plans generating been .before p.w.a. approval 'been granted. conceded $10,198.12 has transfered funds already spent. also introduced letter provident savings & trust trustees tho holders, protesting freo current given consumers november, free street lights, town hall, comfort station disposal plant, erection christmas lights. this evidence materiality" taken 'by milton friedman village, indication de cision he made court. plaintiff havo 1st file their briefs. these are filed defendant briefs, if necessary, oral arguments mado sides. amherst's oldest resident died mrs. margaret" karl, !t3, resident, home her daughter, avery, park-av. although ill health several yea's, she confined bed only ipast six weeks. earl horn fountain hill, ohio, one family girls. attended school there sylvania taught terms two. camo husband agent railroad here. suddenly 1900. pioneer member lady maccabees, having lived 57 years. survivors include two daughters, avery alice mcmastgrs, el paso, texas; eons, arthur homer, cleveland, 11 grandchildren great grandchildren. son daughter preceded death. funeral services held afternoon late with rev. kenneth kuntz congregational church officiating. burial iplace crownhill cemetery. endeavor league party tonite christian first evangelical hold tonight (thursday) george martha hollstein. "washington birthday young people invited. career dr. hall ended death final chapter earliest doc-' tors written early last friday claimed hugh l. hall. mr. h. a. monger, whom j his residence, 2:451 m. ho may 17, celebrated 80 birthday. born jefferson, ashtabula-co, england stock. boyhood srent rock creek, ohio. graduated urand river institute austinburg, later worked farm pay way through western reserve university medical school, graduating 1884. spent years interne lakeside hospital cleveland october, 1885 amherst. bought out practice maynard latter wished move elyria. gave the, doctor seven equipment settled debt five. came here, five doctors community, brownhelm another south residence main-st occupied iby fred schnaak office home. maiuuki) married hattie tinker 1s85 just weeks 1900, moved above building baker furniture 1928. masons, odd fellows k p's. month received special 50 year service pin organization. church. is survived son, howard, professor law officiat-universlty wisconsin, ing. grandsons. reviewing something life beloved friend p. it. powers 1935, occasion being timo hall's retirement practice, privileged interview him subject active week story appeared issue news-times completely fact proved itself, affection esteem regarded folks always known him. tribute sake those among us wont feel henceforth thero wijl vacant our lives because np longer wo see we go about daily tasks, am retelling some me golden going ago. rainy, windy october fifty ago, man driving horse two-wheeled cart rode into north driven out' ashtabula county days way. former classmate gates mills, arisen lap journey. muted rhythm it's good thing don't figure njf problem. demonstrating problem jim wcsjscher john whe parties planned eagles honoring members birthdays january or aerie night. party, become monthly feature, wednesday, 28 dar.clng other entertainment affair bo eagles, wives sweethearts. discussion types membership campaign decided use ?i team system. producers, secured least past year, constitute while non-producers will. vrm other. initiation candidates initiated honor president don fullmer state o. lee thomas. threo .candidates ut monday's meeting, bringing six, quota. rather than banquet lorain-co bank clerks homo sunday wheels pleasant ozz-y c-l-o-p, c-l-o-p horse's feet they thru mud streets sounds announced coming sleeping folk. yet here weave threads pattern so intricate beautiful could unravel it, nor could. hang up diploma time, own. over abh-tabula county, where raised, cows pasture ten cents week; earn money school. served interne-ship hospital; thought -warmed comforted most cold, wet autumn strange awaiting him, knew -would diploma. (continued 2) unusually severe winter plaguing colons lios reflected biweekly meetings mbst consistent topic discussed failure piuperty owners clean snow off 'huir walks. item again brought night, couucilmen swaimped complaints .ewers tuklnu away melting snow. long winter, ground frozen quite deep result, thaws come, runs surface ground. herb molt. elyriu-av, complained that, road front pace high, (trained down onto tree lawn, sidewalk aiid yard. take care condition extending sewer s. property. sewers filled refuse vvere unable carry east enough. cleaned out. soloiis found compelling lost along many others solicitor smythe instrcted prepare one. discovered 'he missing ordinances outlawing "chit; sale". houses outhouses limits tnlesh i8 sanitary street. instructed prohibiting these. especially designed tool paralysis fund drive netted $75 reports president's committee charge infantile group c. e. cooper secretary deiner reported approximately raised donations lapel buttons. send $50 national foundation. balance retained uso cases develop. $248 hand purpose. local headed stlwald chairman secretary. st. patrick's day dinner 17 baked ham joseph's sunday, mar. 17. circle 3 serve joseph nyan chairman. prof. james ehrman, ruth, simple. flrenicn, give them prac-ically wish make jl demonstrated hay lienton, firemen elyria, patented tool. chief ci. stiwald recommended suggested my purchased, wait its finances. kesldoius heaver asked parking signs placed rear lire station. since litis used u bus stop, eliminate possibility collision holdup aiion truck answer ing alarm. put mill levy primury ballot xvie operation dis posal lather can voted upon regular election. coiincilmeii policeman try doors business section, back, twice permission granted removal dead gormley's i'earl- st i.euzlor property jackson-st. fire protection anihoi'st-twp same price year. rotary club trees talk prevention dreaded diseases merritt beforo pointed how possiblo cut toll persons afflicted immediate steps find what matter ill. during session, wore contlnuo city beautlfication program started planted lawns asking them. anyone desiring communicate art aobersold, paul wottring w. durllng. 18 guests, glenn horton, lorain, ralph ross, vermilion club, present meeting. columbus officer white today attending sessions convention marshalls association. wednesday by-laws committee, member, company's offer, effective april now. civil plan legal th" council's sfi'vico commission reieived setback h n .1. informed 'jiscovered statutes concern cities villages. said tlie attorney ruled 1u3i1 supreme similar ruling. learning this, lie didn't ordered councilmen's inten tion nil firemen, police officers employes under service. particularly interested firemen's pension henry gordon, board, held, near end declared working system according ruling october. gordon benefits denied done, suit against board determine right not. michael bring information food handle manner required license, 1. violations punishable fine exceed construed separate oifense. license issued, certificate examination applicant. licenses issued mayor. copy appears elsewhere paper. walter mlschka, representing men's association, increase facilities cooperation did deem necessary pass merchants should enough either walk work park cars proposed lot employees do likewise. wesbecher's obtain consent easily accessible putting walks park-av church- develops film total darkness development panchromatic film, handled darkness, camera printing novel notices post cards containing -photograph demonstrated, method notifying dates adopted, supt. showed reels loca.1 movies, black kodachrome, including reel movies 125th anniversary celebration fall. publish franchise 30 company rotes utilities commission. thus presenting rates, collected meters read quarterly, companyasked clause adjustment clause, caid, protect company. promise reduction 15 cent elyria water. users greater unless get further operate loss. granting objected councilman f. mcqueen postpone definitely whether purchase plant. stop kane hinder ipurchase backed counsel friedman. then dcclaied event condemnation proceedings started, might consideration th "gol(.? ".iiircern" existent placca value former. effect declare franchise, phases. kape enjoy benefit whilo negotiations on. questioned michael, councilmen herman beeslng wohlevor favor rates. ed menz sided delaying immedlato acceptance. sablers previously excused. transfer $5,000 progress vollnier merits monday. 15th expects decision handed shortly after. connection specifications electric $2,400 due g. browne drawing up. agreement between vollmer derived mortgage revenue bill. banks, office, schools closed pupils nro enjoying holiday observance washington's postoffico banks closed. classes resumed tomorrow puplla more holidays spring vacation starts 22nd.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-02-23|
|Date of Original||1940-02-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-02-23 22 7|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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