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the amherst news-times 2 1 '' vol. xxii, number 24 bicycles must ! observe rules bicycle traffic on village streets- r will be regulated, according to terms of an ordinance passed ly council tuesday night. pen altios provided in are tho impounding tor periods one two weekij for each oftense. provides a spe ed limit 15 miles hour except j business section where tlu speed is reduced five, milps pei hour. addition en-, tirely forbidden busine s ' after g o'clock saturday nights, all iii2vcle3 i with' horn, bell or other signal, but not siren type which forbidden. may ridden at night unless they have white headlight and red tail light approved reflector both visible a. distance fifty feet. groups ride single ftle. keep close right hand curb, signal with direction any change course. tralflc laws, lights stop signs, paas overtaken vehicles left. no person riding hold hitch it moving vehicle, only lide designed as tandem. police officers authorized impound violators, weuk first oftense, weeks additional offenso. 33 girls, 7 boys honor roll " girls h. s. havo again gained margin boys. thoy succeeded placing iq ni lor final period school year, while hoys had seven representatives. complete follows: 6 a's june draga. 5 jock wilhelm, betty roth, thelma sprenger, mae witte. 4 doris miller, mary alice pen-ton, marilyn pietch, janet springer, shirley sweet, ora mao schae-fter, jacqueline braeudigam, marjorio deuschle. 3 baus, lois ehlert, crete young, loona dybinskl, aline rehman, ituth riddle, eileen connell, mildred kaser, vera schubert, robert wenzel, ruth rosenkranz, ruth, dorothy walker. myrtle barckert, 'florence beh-rendt, harold kline, dan mlhuta, pat gammons, gawne, anna suman, earl stlwald, norma barckert. shadduck, albert tyson, wayne fritz, oldie kocsis, schulz. semester juno draga jack wittee. leona dyiblnstl, mildred" schaeffer, jacuellne marjorie smary penton, reh- man, rob ert rosenkranz. florence behrendt, win foster, gammons. wal ker. smith, jim wesbecher, goldle sliman, taken top picture shows three bottles. left right: mayor away ridgeville. lower picture: firemen charles miller fred tabbert were cashiers, insert: chief novesky grafton mike his broadcasting system. oldest fireman jay gillette, age 59, was active picnic fire department last sunday. random thoughts ... by mrs. f r. powers e'er this you've probably satisfied seasonal poetic yearning within your soul re-reading "o, what so rare day june," settled down enjoy (between showers despite deplorable news that comes us dally over our radios) ibeauties juno, fairest months. anyone who has lived long enough grow gardenful memories cannot ever completely alone during days. there's much remembrance perfume flowers fresh-cut grass, sound bird songs, whirring humming ihlrds' .wings, drone bumble bees insects grass; sight color form united thousand glories whole countryside cathedral nature's handiwork, ia parson, choir, purveyor "bounty compas firemen's those entered into pop drinking contest, using nursing john michael, wilhelm south amhersr.an'd chief-had- rainy weather headaches come part country given farmers many heartaches. cases corn crop been just about ruined, great others its growth ibeen stunted extent considerably smaller than former years. wherever land suffered from wet weather. caso low lands ruined. sloping ground, fields wot; tiled does appear chance normal yield. potatoes, likewise suffered, ibut case due most-ily ground making planting impossible. their seed po tatoes ready "planting unable get iuto ground. also having troubles crops month sion . mid-june, care free days, we going aibout barefooted some time. blissful state became established result combina tion circumstances did vary year 1. e., con tlnued warm wearing mother's morale thru medium non teasing. beginning pleasant spring, too began: "mamma, can go barefoot?" chant rang thru- out neighborhood, impetus when someone appeared among sans shackles. barefoot? jennie is." long-awaited answer finally fell hps, 'twas if emperor hod igranted half kingdom. scrambling unlace high shoes bundle (continued page 4) friday, 21, 1940 sunday cause (should planted. farmer remained up till 10 monday getting fitted soy beans. tues day's heavy shower made impossible, re sult fit plot before plant ed. wheat quite well tuesday's downpour knocked over, laying flat. early spring need deal rain, now hoping remain dry still planted put grow. st. john's next services bo held stonington lodge, f. & m. masons meet lodge hall 9:45 in. opening lodge. then march body evangelical church rev. hayes deliver sermon. p. gorr, master sent special request membors attend services. "st. occasion should turn out, i'm members think principals order full force." band thursday rehearsal tonight (thursday) o'clock, urged present, edward kiefer, instructor director band. cactus blooms expected soon between 700 1,000 prickly pear blossoms patch art tolhurst mlddlo rldge-rd fore week. seventeen scouts attended norwalk camporee tv (i vmherst srout patrols, heavers hawks, eonsist-mu scouts, .r:ihr'o narwalk fair grounds 400 i:. unities took camp- v"c. filcuiy afternoon ni.irc.hed hag parade vorwnlk. morning program consisted v .tines contests, loking part. graded ac-lordimj! ability. ml ran planned own meals cooked them. meal observer ate .hem them meal0 s"' ved time, quality neals cooking, cleanliness, food storage grace. dispute score ball game am herst brandt's park ended scores variously reported. claimed victory 16 vehemently ilisputed amherst. since lbre ofiicial keeper he never pitied tne yame delajed give 'he sun (il'j. even begin t field soggy. kre-juuntly driven creek, broke happened "once often". events included running races, egg throwing rolling pin contest wild throws, scattered., spec t'ators, ahda popdriiildfijuiesk g. stiwald, asst. baickert, hadaway midgevule joe bottles drank nipples, winning bit large hole nipple. gillete, bit, won prize coming longest distance. delay contracts although construction municipal electric originally supposed let 17th, date postponed until august 1st, wil liam barber, clerk .hoard public affairs. letting contract delayed permit new plans specifications drawn building housed. original bids higher money appropriated building, board determined bring cost appropriation. being prepared completed asked for. c. k. henry co., whose bid engines, generators, exciters, switchboard wiring 155,100 lowest received, withdraw bid, telegram friday consider letter withdrawal, reinstating position wore ibids received. co's. $55,100 remains .bid installation. skinner engine $56,017 same engines would used either instance. week judge guy b. findley upheld action authorizing advertising bids. tost suit filed solicitor demand j. aldrlch. sandstone center world demonstrate scout thrifty, patrols four 17 obarver, total 72 meals, ss.14. 13.1 cents per meal. expert flap-jack baker hawk patrol served pancakes syrup, show appreciation fine cooking youngest patrol, paul bechtel, ten cakes pint byrup, fully satisfied, licked plate like eat. hungry paper fork disappeared. newest formed troop area greatest meal, roast chicken bar-b-cue method. want express limbach sr. "whenever camping always truck load scouts", said scoutmaster sam wragg. meeting hikes. hikes meeting. wragg wants senior hand. who' lee leuszler, lead er, .harry sabiers, dick croylc, --'-tel, dean, brown, lair coverdalc, omar bailey. beaver clet-us bruce, leader, clyde nugent, donald gordon ward, maokenzie, william snider, riiillip holliday, limbach. rain disrupts playground we've schedule under way better style. frequently disrupted leave activities. softball ot favorite activities arthur ensle, supervisor. teams al organized fourth, fifth sixth grades, another ganized seventh, eighth ninth grades. group ga:ne3 scheduled morning, second play 2:30 afternoon. monopoly, outdoor basketball court lieen built, games evenings tenth, eleventh twelfth several girls' played noons. croquet sets added, program. hard team uses diamond afternoons wednesday afternoons, u. auto matlc use wednesday, ing there. received degree w. reserve baetz, 176 prospect street, graduated medicine western university cleveland receiving doctor (medicine com mencement severance hall. bache arts oberlln college 1936, secured internship grasslands hospi tals valhalla, york, fol lowing graduation. erecting slaughter house matt gergel, dewey-rd butcher, constructing house. 12 feet 26 feet, water refrlgora tlon gergel renting butchering, .but butcher property completed. question unsettled people main st beyond present lines know utter whether city not. "both smythe company agreed upon statement councilman kane reported council's committee event bought mains laid coat added price paid lines. rate att'y milton friedman ?iven mcqueen, copy proposed meeting, smytho discussed company's coold given. "cafeteria" court, whereby violators minor trriffic pay $1 without appearance. fashioned similar ordinances towns. carter hearn complained smells arising open drain pipe draining ravine north carries storm water, because partly filled ta freoly becomes stagnant. suggested extended 150 eliminate condition. matter referred sewer ond drainage herman beesing. conducted included: hoard complaint behalf mother, against the; laylug sidewalk jeffe. fsonlf.8 the" sfdrwatk'wos- side street only, ehlert didn't feel she compelled one. take sidewalk, pass establishing grade granted leonard property. barred parking sides him place. ho flagging laying. awarded scum spouts disposal $47. ordered 25 rods clzl cleaning vilage sewers. repairing hounds old pumper, requested firemen. erection shed slag, road materials. regulating bicycles. make , annual men's ass'n. met representatives crystal beach possibility year. proposals issuance tickets .patrons merchants discussion. were: bab berk, ludwig thomas, frank mischka, harry hutton, r, horr berger. card attending boys' columbus, functioning plans, here. powers. appreciated state,and expressed thanks p.t.a. sponsoring him.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1940-06-21|
|Date of Original||1940-06-21|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1940-06-21 22 24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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