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the amherst news-times friday, april 5, 1940 sandstone center of world vol. xxii, number 13 3 i proprietors jailed,, and coburn rest home closed by mayor michael on cleveland-ay was tuesday afternoon order john while proprietors, karl jennie marltoft, were lodged in jail awaiting court trials. couple imprisoned saturday night village took over control home. with aid county humane society, secured nurses a cook that cared ,for inmates until after noon. relatives wero notified monday patients. would have to be moved. acting city solicitor milton friedman said rwas not re sponsible for care patients also he doubt ed if funds could spent such ipurpose. several representatives state who investigated case supported village's responsibility ended service halt; ed. this week . gave mrs. henry sharp her first duty as policewoman at refused stay therb unless there police man or present. mr. markert "galled following an argument fight local bust ness establishment. during their fight, window broken. happened nearby immediately summoned officer white drove up just attempting drive away car. she charged driving intoxicated husband faced intoxicationiid disorder ly conduct charge. mrs." placed remained cell weelc end. separate trials noon, both entered pleas guilty but found michael. fined $50 costs sentenced 60 days in' jail. $6 costs. figured one biggest ever held here last fall when ?50 c. b. cooper disorderly charges. it revealed fine still hangs heads paid none only $20. business men plan fix-up campaign men's association will sponsor clean- up, paint-up, spring committee appointed finds worthy promotion. george h. frank, lee menz fred powers investigate. walter nord called attention rotary club's annual tree-planting activity urgeil those want trees know where planted good ad vantage contact consisting art aebersold paul wottring. .association discussed type celebration year, decided all should customers whether day event town, picnic preferred out town. residents are asked spealc about preferences. inspection stono chapter, o. s. bo thursday evening, 11. -will preceeded iby dinner methodist church 6 o'clock. reservations must made gth, and" can albert snyder, south amherst, gust zilch battenhouse, amherst. tickets cents, members friends invited. tagging cars parked overnight cara overnigni iuo street result cafeteria may instituted here. each owner paries his car 1:30 p. m. is given warning fense committed again, they wlll'be hauled into court. search toe ing through old ordinances determine any provision had been latter method cut down time expenso hearing cases. launch reach-1940 quota effort beat fiscal year which ends june 1, aerie eagles voted adopt proposed department months may. needs 15 more reach its 72. two special initiations held, under provisions plan, secure new member choice four beautiful prizes. state-wide meeting columbus sunday, 'was, thoroughly explained b y officers. delegates president don fullmer, secretary raesler, hugh mcgarvey, lauer jake rosenkranz. candidate initiated preceding session night. trustees announced dispose garage rear invited interested put bid it. lodge again boy legion boys' camp summer. invitation extended from gallon visit them .sometime opening festivities finished remodeling quarters. announcement district initiation, ijorain sunday afternoon. harold mischka present forfeited attendance prize. visited dr. 'mrs. e. hengen recent visitors former's parents, j. m; hengen, hazel-st. letters dear editor: you tell me please, how manages win theso radio contests' send soap wrapper, box top empty carton answer question you're supposed answer? "write enough toothpaste hand family six months. i'd sort blowing hubbies some tooth paste least winners contest announced. now i'm merely cleaning my teeth it, won't bubble sight, help won't. upset disillusioned, you'd too, sent lovely name tho baby, nobody whatsoever apparently. strange thing came either dreamed solar plexus lay thero thinking, don't ret which. "chrlstabel" why, well nigh porfect-tho baby girl born around christmas (christmas bell! get it?) ads think these things named baby. "christaher' romantic poem quicksand stops post office work encountering difficulty weather earlier efforts construction way, contractors run another obstacle. suspended sat urday workmen digging along ; west side property dis-l covered quick sand. tests taken extent sand no results yet. meantime, suspended-operations fur ther has done week. approve repairs fire station council approved estimates presented firemen improvements room station. however, improvement further investigated. present; time, vent gas heater goes tower hose hung dry. fumes hit cold air tower, turn steam prevent drying, chief a. g. stiwald told council. agreed pipe fritz, meeting, pointed necessary pipes, within other, make practical. estimate cost method. other $35 materials doing work. suggested might economical villagb employees burn off weeds vacant lots thus eliminate danger grass fires consent owners obtained before done, however. reported legality ordinance governing firemen's pensions right exception section providing investing surplus funds. civil service. authorized meet pension fund amend conform statute. demand aviation commission place sign roof building giving definite action taken. samuel taylor 'coleridge's he'd never quite so sure -what's isn't "unfinished poem?" hardly blame thinking something there, editor? well, announce big winners, all. blaring the.bal-lyhoolng they'd weeks contest, less than minute ladles, wasn't word foaby's name,- you've probably guessed neither me. prize announcer said, whoso names didn't announce, "they receive checks it's iheen almost now, nobody's anything even -was dollars. guess needn't mind, editor, trying go winning contests. anymore do anyone else. had, won yourself few, that's haven't heard i'll step myself, next uptown, (continued page 4) celebrate 62nd mr."ancl gower, recently celebrated wedding anniversary, active. gower makes fancy rugs gives presents, friends, raises flowers. flower growing, fishing, rug making, hobbies wednesday evening brought backhouby ,s crocheting wnlcn recollections 62 years ago band headed procession accompanied chimes bells. oct. 19, 1857 parish mershan, kent, england martha laine august 10, 1s58 ruckingo, kenty. spring, 1878 ruckinge ceremony performed rev. muriel. young then moved modest continued trade land scape gardner. seven daughters years. served british volunteer 21 queen victoria king edward. priv ilege attending coronation 1904, three oldest girls america lived uncle lorain. fol-lowing october, united states. landscape went steel mill call became insistent farm stayed short moving kipton. camo live daughter, acker-man. despite advanced years, anniversary active follow friends. loves fish summer- points pride fact caught history family, 1' 20 pound pike hooked fishing trip clchigan. raising flowers gower's hobby tulips roseb being prides. take great con sists daughters, 19 grand' children 8 grandchildren. ono mary myers, died 11 ago. others millie witt, florence stein, mrs, elsie manuel, mabel mc cullough, hilda hill, louise ackerman. twenty close party marked niversary. decor ated bridal table huge cake augmented miniature bride groom used 50th cakes children. women guests barbers folks fool's elyrla chapter master krleg's west-av elyria dinner, later cards proved diversion evening. mr, bill ehrman, carl ernst, wesley smith miss alma daniels. rate offered co. same price consumers enjoyed past representative ohio fuel replace schedule rates effect dinance passed seek wpa accept pro' jects eight thousand dollars, engineer tom laundon contemplated project catch basins manholes hut come different classifications combined. discussion possibility getting grant resurface cleveland-av maln-st chances state. n. eidt, resident highway engineer, informed "' usually request inasmuch tentative program early year. -both. eidt drag surface tredic-"'. should" workvery ortlhe'wrrriitreets.a treatment five resurfacing job, base high class pavement much cheaper similar park- rv church-st years' .leeting paving west-st. because countless fills, higher sidewalk water drains onto walks. this. approximate pro posed improvements, sur face ask aid. hired prepare r figures. gregory, 88, thurs. death claimed "grandpa greeory age 88 fritz. ihe confined bed poor health throughout winter. york 1852 parents monroe ville 1890. fritz known residence habit daily walk birthday occas' sion neighborhood ill omitted survivors addition son, elmer, detroit; grandchildren, grandchildren sister, charles beymer, detroit. services schmidt, pastor st. peter's church, officiating. burial monroevllle cem etery. married cooper's night, fay carstensen, daughter earl cartensen, brido leonard hartle, 9:30 offlco ot justice peaco officiated witnesses. ordinance, provided stepped however urging company verbally promised consumption advantage stepup clause ordinance. contains schedules remaining force councilmon procedure followed end period. ho increase conditions same. is. cents per hundred cubic feet 500; 4500; half 5000 10,000. minimum charge "f 1.00' delayed payment cent ten cents. two" yeare'or-lfo'sf'tno rate: hundred; 1500; 3000; rents tee charge- "ile--layed difference between month more. table'd investigation indicated expired 20. dogs,no license; $10 michael's appearance commissioners complain dog warden noted s minkler picked dogs street, house hailed harboring donald downs axtel-st without license. peace him ?10 $5 suspended. assistant, expect better frequent visits department. appearing com missioners complained infrequent time. student sponsors banquet varsity re-servo basketball teams honored tonight 6:30 sponsored employed players male faculty attend dance body. orchestra lorain provide music. connection awards given.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-04-05|
|Date of Original||1940-04-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-04-05 22 13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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