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iinfuit up i . m ii r 17 - ... .... the amherst news-times for bbk-jprndlc job work at pnee tht we fair and reonbl, " news co. goes to every home in amherst, south amhent brownkclm volume xiil number 12 p., thursday, feb. 20, 1930 "the sandstone center of world' siui am 4 k.1 out. point house class an interesting question is be argued next -sunday evening .methodist church. ep-wofth league-, made tap mostly young people, li debate a that has intrigued some ol th country's best minds: "has 18th amendment u. s. better country?" affirmatives will doubueas-ly .marshal thejr arguments around improved home, conditions sober fsther coming his family with intact pay check business districts where flourishing stores occupy buildings previously tenanted by saloons host other premises. negatives probably out great increase crime attributed prohibition hi jacking, gangsters, machine gun killings graft sometimes guards illegal path whiskey runner. effort may show prohibition' increased rather than decreased drinking encouraged discouraged those who make their living from weaknesses brethren. "whatever our viewpoints on the. question, it must conceded ihe matter la controversial as such, good topic debate. await, interest, outcome ot argument. how this or creed: "i bo decent not particularly pious, nor good, superior hut just plain decent. t don't like dirt. soiled clothes, muddy shoes, coarse speech. proper, fussy. clean things; white table cloth, 'clean plate, tidy desk. man sticks legal wife. there are plenty unclean toul things deeds thoughts world ours; but -why cultivate ,the,m? why decent? ,llke dealers scandal, ugly hints, "stab-ln-the-back" people. anybody talks against uncle sam. he doesn't jlkettrbj' country, let him. go another- fellow disloyal firm. him get out, then talk. 1 -clean anger grumpy grouch. poor, can clean. ignorant, polite. ; wlcke.d tout know coarse. put almost any thing ' w. c. dunlav hero, manj fairy tales myths grow up. what if little george sldn't cut down cherry tree? anyway history" proved was truthful. myth threw stone across broad itlver rappahannock. anyway, ex celled 'in deed? physical strength. real man, atandlnp six feet, two inches'. would tramp military mission hundreds miles through forests filled wild beasts wilder indians- about surveying work, fiords lie did thorough, accurate job. few have idea tin troubles hod through. poor roads, group colonies no means united, food ammunition bis armies, plotting generalship, terrible hardships wintersall lots more beset strong .character strengthened hardships. weak one destroyed. todai seems, smart writers dig old records string bits information men now worship heroes were ordinary bupan beings all sorts .of human weaknesses. instance, they take delight telling about. washington spec ..intinr'ln estate. tnougn sort crime! mighty farmers today e found who. do buy property prico ft profit. balance washington's land deals platricti columbia,, however, cam find dotens unselfish deeds, 'for example, wouldn't ent p7 general oi american amy. 'great fiction stories way fay- readers "like to-"have hero ail per it. ha complaints result man's arrest andy lockey, charged intoxication, fined $25 costs intoxicated said nnnoyed several women southeast portion ity, mayor e. cooper tuesday morning ou charge drunkenness. prisoner arrested patrolman h. after residents had piion- die complaining aljout actions. gave name ad dress middle ridge road, lockey reported been making hou'ie-to-house canvass etghliorhood, calling door insulting them. trial re membered nothing actions behavior mule" which purchased negro. sine unable fine, taken elyrla serve, sentence county fall. council appoints cemetery trustees suggest night lights busi ness houses; pass assessments frank lloyd wright, famous archi tect, whose original designs oro- duced world's most buildings, engaged ancient church st.-marks-in-4he-bowery, new york, build apartment houses glass walls owned mr. wright's drawing, showniiere. dicates, plate glass, admitting possible ray light. heavy curtains insure privacy. study club meets a.gi menz "india" discussion monthly meeting literary mrs. a. g. entertained members her jackson street. brief ses slon president, leuszler, roll call sponded quotations kipling.. afternoon's india. pa pers following topics read discussed: "mahatma gandhi," powers; "caste system," k. foster; "industrial eco nomical progress," j. h glllman; "status dla," rice, held glllman march 9. present were: l. j beach,. stough, foster, wesbecher, mrs jay gillette. glllman, powers, f. hubbard, rico, (mrs, harry john lud- wig, nord, james nlcholl. parker, 'mrs ada purcell hostess. frederick, bauer fred holzhauer appointed coun- 11 its regular town hall. although three peclfled law, frederick performing duties alone time. suggested each keep light burning store facilitate policeman duty. pointed absence burglars could raid tore without ibelng seen indicate patrol duty something amiss. sponsors suggestion also indicated such ar rangement reduce fire hazard minimum. seven ordinances passed, assessing owners ax- tell, prospect, tenney, franklin hazel, east martin streets share im proving paving these thor oughfares. former amherstite dies cleveland delltfield answers last sunday; funeral wednesday dellefleld, formerly dent well known vicinity, died suddenly sunday afternoon employ ed time death, here butcher business. born dellefleld homestead 1s67, surviving daughters, herman esslg lorain, thomas 'mrs. keenan amherst; son, sam uel tvfo sisters, katharine albrecht mrs, roemer etgnt grandchildren. services zilch parlors wednes-dav afternoon, rev- e, schmidt, pastor st. peter' evangelical church, officiating. terment brown helm cemetery. order real. washington, continue worship. foundation country 'by albert i. aged resident claimed friday (catherine schmidt son's home; lived 50 years wintering florida according press notice celved petersburg, taking advantage sunshine winter ever before. lists dr. william turner, 0. stl-wald, henry wesbecher tom bruce, popular southern resort. minister defends modern generation sandusky annual banquet peter's y. p. london. fares badly game visitors boys "hot" score doubled rhcmas jefferson, inventor ploughshare, demonstrates device v'isliinfjton retirement mount vernon. ito jefferson:) "your plough, neighbor,! complete my sword began." figure law-suits koepke seeks $35,000 damages auto accident katherine 79, half century, while visiting daughter, may, 1062 10th street, night, illness. gor- many, came anthem uur ing early childhood. she sided william, elyria avenue. addition survived edward romlck whitney wellington; four sons, herst, cleveland, berllnvllle; 15 grandchildren conducted tho m. monday, fol lowed i.burch, 2 m., rey. officiating interment cleve street damage suits totaling filed common pleas court luther, daniel mo ther, elizabeth, rose bell, tor injuries alleged received automo bile year. plaintiffs allege pe tltion car riding struck op erated miss bell spring park july 17, 1929, latter sponsibility accident. koepke, 19, driver asks $10,000. luther suit $10,000 $15,000. mary szareck petition joseph golden hudson, north asking collection $152.35 due la-bor performed ren dered. hearing preferred leo r. meyer motor toy vastlne btarted judge webber's room. charges sept. 13, 1028, defendant company's truck backed into parked stroet, elyrla, damaging extent specified petition. ho ask3 judgment $44. brownhelm originating attic sulted estimated $500 sdilb-ley, thursday morning. herst department responded alarm aided brown- bucket brigade combatting blaze. faces intoxication legion plans stage big college comedy enacted hall auditorium 3 manslaughter given mayor's columbus werner zilch, accompanied kane, tuesday. interviewed public utilities commission matter. preparations under production collegiate comedy, "aunt lucia," 4, auspices legion. representative universal company met monday submitted prospectus show. efforts include 150 local caste committees already work. plot revolves youth who, fool fraternity brothers, dresses elderly lady. mistaken lucia wakefield, spinster worth sev eral million dollars, "rushed" because supposed wealth. play played successfully over klarlk, representing company. pythians observe 66th anniversary imay, lorain e- cently granted connec tion death october clarke, tried tntoxi cation cooper's custody oct. 21 driving collided tree short before tne mishap here, clarke fatally injured hlt-sklp motorist. linked testl mony witnesses marked similarity hitting wrecked later indicted grand jury guilty responsibility clarke's death. attorneys misconduct part certain jurors during first trial. may's change disorderly conduct, -mayor insisted charge. -start 10 am. ten bud-poenaed. banks close celebration birthday, holiday, bank savings closed day saturday. forty guests celebrate founding knights pythias observed ccth special program present. including families friends. opened cere declaring so-called "flaming youth" reality simply rebelling standardization trying individualize themselves, rev. scherzer, sandusky, delivered address wednes approximately 125 scherzer principal bpeaker 1b affair nature birthday party paid tribute generation, criticizing attitude come elders look askance subject moderfi age." "people ore too standardized," stated. "they same advertisements, eat brand pork beanb listen radio program. thlb stand ardization younger elo- ment against." chief trouble people today"," speak er continued, "is desire cor respondence courses claim fit them year po sltlons tew months train hold much allure character values washing ton's qualities learn depend upon search employment,1" remainder included duet lewis relchert dennis roynolds, xylophone solo burton coburh, selections high school orchestra, singing, remarks pastor. presentation 1927 confirma-tlon league charles ebbs. theodore henes acted toast-master, accepted elans behalf nf laogue. basketball teams "crooclal" floor gym night. team game, scored points. hot sizzling, amassed total 42 fortunately contingent rooters, right. side shots, pot long sftots, al seemed "swish" doubtful locals perfect basketball. everything turn gold. hand, london, ordinarily team, fri fought hard, playing unbeatable basketball, perhaps heads. gives amherbt cer tain championship, undisputed lead. schedule, others games still play. sharp guild leading scorers, 13 points respectively, mather, hutton lange -important parts scoring jamboree each. ludwig, falling register points, help, especially basket. ball off backboard time, despite lack height. even cheering rejuvenation. woefully -in respect previous games, yellers really that, responding splendidly direction cheer leaders. effect wonderful team. saturday norwalk plays return amherst. green gold endeavor 27-25 defeat suffered huron capital december. wing par- tlclpate preliminary start 7:15. join caning rf 0 mathes, 6 guild, sharp, c 5 reynolds, rg hutton, awte. ik london reeley. crabbes, ft) burton, 8 robertson, sackett, lg 14 1242 .. 321 chancellor commander christ wilkex. mon gcr, master ceremony, remarks; reading glvon lois brownhelm, ellnore ruth; raesler a, kreeger favored hu morous sketches. pleasing chestra floyd moore trio comprised lakofsky, turner wit- tig. mvstg reveal historical data you unlaw-ful grains proceed rate faster eight hour? engineers sounding foco-motive whistles within village limits prosecution? again: male between ages 55 compelled town's roads days unless willing substitute $1.50 doing your work? , musty books never --been pealed. 'em, only when reporter particular need 'story brought .aired. entirely legal, changing times book brings many inter- gradually pushed terestlng hlsforv, archives until ordinance author- i.i,.. vttluc imblu.ll-ai. record ordinanco evor passed called construction plank sewer cti'.irch ordinance, dated april 11. 1873, calls use oak planking signed crosse gilbert, clerk. second appall ingly similar pieces legislation days. authorizes secure temporary loan $500. evidently uncommon broke so- "gopd days' iziiib jafl july, 1873. 11, 1876, organized with' provisions engineer assistants. allowance 7, 1885, so oridently nine fireman's labor love. date sr .allowing members, depart princely sum $5 passed. the; size organization was' 20 orders -fill "what towif tank" tank was, remains consider able mystery, presumed reservoir firemen secured water jlre fighting. outworn councllmanlc acts superannu ated measures: ordinance' com pelllng saloon keepers places 9:30 m.; preventing entering barns sleep, ana mai'tng unlawful operate tricycles sidewalks town. severe limitations ulxc placed animals calculated prevent grazing highways running largo. twenty-three recruits added agent's furniture project wo tuebflay bianco at,d mile threo quarters cane amount being used enrolled roflnlbhlng sponsored agricultural extension ber vice wllma bonar, agent. communities completed used, bonar reported. least 49,500 exceed miles. five recanlng chairs started communities. 111 recaned. small entire project. num aro splint bottoms rush chairs, therefore using cane. group, tues day. 23 having announced tentlon 37 chairs. chair requires 250 feet cane, 9250 feel three-quar ters. veterans entitled relief adjutant's office eligible aid eastman talk men's st andrew's eve ning father-son banquet. marshal ohio state spected lr; watched pu pils practicing tire drill. commended speed building emptied. twelve government war yet tiled claims, adjutant general's office. men. disabled, position substantiate financial medical united states veterans' bureau. will, necessary file claims evidence 6, 1930, recent congress. listed follows: ray-mony armstrong, bren-nan. n. gotro, arthur holllngsworth. kler-mund, richard kreeger, mcdougall, schraeder, justus schroeder, rus sell walker, wllker carl zilch. veteran disabilities direct service shall deprived benefits entitled, legion, posts everywhere state, preparing assist prosecution claims. serve disabled co-operating veteran's bureau contact involved. chalk ebbs pittstield talk, piano ruth mlschka. br)
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1930-02-20|
|Date of Original||1930-02-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1930-02-20 13 12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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