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the amherst news-times for high-grade job work at pricet that are fair and reasonable, sea amhertt new co. newt-tunes goei-to every home in amherst, south brownhelm volume xiii, number 20 p., thursday, april 17, 1930 "the sandstone center of world" wnwvwwwwvwwvwvw( uut point of' view local police force is concentrating present time on cars parading around without mufflers. this a legitimate well directed drive. cutouts source much irritation annoyance, since there no economic or common-sense excuse their existence, being an ordinance forbidding use, .we see reason why they rhould he permitted. regardless how annoyance cutout automobile makes, motorcycle just as bad, if not worse, yet effort js made to curb them. so long molested, it unfair be recipient attention. put noisy same class? dr. w. g. schaeffer, one town's keenest humorists, responsible following: do you know your blrthstone? nhw list laundresses, boapstone; architects, cornerstone; cooks, puddings tone; taxi drivers, milestone; soldiers, bloodstone; tor grouches, bluestone; irishmen, iblarneysto'ne; borrowers, touchstone; pedestrians, pavlngstone; stock brokers, curbstone; shoemakers, cobblestone; burglars, keystone; tourists, yellowstone; beauties, peachstone; editors, grindstone; all us,' tombstone. we accustomed think" war only terms loss life property while conflict still raging. but other costs which continue generations after fighting over these cost, caring (or injured dlsalbled veterans dependents. policy united 'states has al- frays been liberal one, doub-(ess always will be. constitutes burden upon people, however, actually greater than any single item df public expenditure. another post-war runs years principal of,the. monej "borrowed fof purposes. isal-ways, inevitably such continuance military spirit army navy never get back size cost before war. running .united states, counting federal expenditures alone, $3,976,141,-65! --vftar. figures .the fiscal year ends june 30 year. more two-thirds of. stupendous total scovered by three (terns enumerated above. interest debt us $1,279,894,- 100; care former wars ran $757,044,485; naval totalled f 692,399,s0b. those make grand $2,729,338,389. what last costing yeah nearly 12 .after was finished! small proportion annual charges pre account previous wars. american people should understand current btrlctly, activities pf constitute largest budget nation world today, when less real danger extensive disturbance peace jljan half -century." words president hoover's. wonder nations, viewing tremendous peace, laugh up sleeves protest peace-loving people? each man, women child states about 31.66 pay national government. average $168 per family. out this, $112.50 to-agree wth nations reduce nav-, tea important cltlpen. -why cannot spend money roads. improvement waterways, development our resources generally. henry barrett dies cbarles bassett, 80 age, formerly leavltt road died his home, park avenue. elyrla, saturday morning follow ing illness several months. funeral services . were held from late 2 o'clock monday. rev, nicholas van derpyl, ober tin. officiated. burial family lot evergreen cemetery. charge e. it. nichol, elyri.a berlin banker talks finance j. t. henderson entertains business men with informative discourse thirty-live members men's association heard interesting talk "money" monday evening lutheran church, part regular monthly meeting. delivered henderson, oberlin, people's banking oberlin school commerce. "we" have states," mr. said, "as fine system country world, reserve law became effective. most done credit, credit money. gold actual money, currency represents given payment goods, trado made, exchange really transaction." then explained various varieties paper explaining detail variety, keeps them value. speaker also told trip down into vaults treasury building washington, where saw millions dollars worth gold, depbsit security related how, there, hands notes england france, amounting many billions dollars, loans countries during membeis presented accepted meeting, c. cooper named tlte picnic committee, 'which look arrangements fur community picnic. fred holzhauor, smythe, ludwlc thomas, conrad zilch frank mischka. vote thanks smyth? commute? getting sanitarium unanl mously passed. authorized appoint committee raise sewer city limits site. canvass possible, remainder necessary construction .to supplied 41 who agreed underwrite expense. secretary holzhauer read letter cleveland quarries company, agreeing subscribe $300 fund. next meeting 'be henrietta reformed designated ladles' night. ladles families ot invited. first may. invitation extended congregational chuf ch come a' later date. s. resident succumbs gottlieb knaffla pneumonia knaffla, thursday following short illness. death ascribed pneumonia. born ger oct. 9, 1871, coming age 28. tlrst wife, nee johanna zimmerman, 16 ago, second miss edith 'myers. passed away 1918. resided lake street living amherst. tho deceased member ol eleventh church served dea con. affiliated camp modern wood men. surviving five sons four daughters. sun- day afternoon rev. reiser offtclat-lng. wab ever green cemetery, dedicate field dedication john 'murbach athletic iss-see-kes features summer season, y.m.c.a. offi cials announced week. dedicated sunday, 22, special service held. recently directors y. m.c.a. honor lata murbach, cinders? some like 'em, othcrt don't, council discovers among its guests certain citizens anxious streets slagged cindered. hut tuesday night situation reversed. deputation jefferson lesldents waited legislators request cinders placed removed. "too dust." spokesman declared. relief measures suggested members. councilman cromwell recommended paving street, quite ready drastic panacea. stl-wald oil, bringing stern looks himself. "oil," explained, "was worse cinders. children track house carpets." delegation ultimately departed placated promise electric light early visit scene trouble councllmen, endeavor solution first-hand information. leavitt destroyed fire man aiding removing furniture originating sparks falling roof completely seven-room belonging mrs. thomas phvlnskl afternoon. loss, estimated $6,000, confined entirely house, due efforts department, succeeded preventing spread blaze outbuildings. although firemen responded immediately alarm too far under way arrival prevent destruction home. william shannonpelt, employee york central railroad, sustained painful injuries assisting house. removed hospital, received medical attention discharged. majority turnlture saved volunteers firemen. chief aschenbach, department's return town, declared instance, a3 blazes past, could department turned soon observed. call once instead uf attempting combat themselves. said bo covered large extent insurance. join boy scouts recruits quallfysfor tender foot badges organization tenderfoot scout troop 22 amherjt gym evening. passing tests jack sausman, herbert kuer an, melvln frederick, james innes lester grobe. isafety rules, pace aid eve ning leaders, sharp frederick berger. signal practicing fea ture twenty-five scout, claire schaet fer, admitted commissioner hab outdoor attend motion picture address llext wednesday iiv st. paul.s evangelical church. thomp son, cbmmissloneer con servatlon, deliver describing pictures state gamo farm wellington propagation distribution fish keliey's island show. lng scenes game fanns throughout th state. invited tend. admission charg ed. fimd .ulmoni'um - albert lieid l jaecx p$?jl aliens whose occupations -a.rt- vi generally suspicion." hubbard elected p.t.a. lyons delivers meetinn f. i. e ected parent-teacher oven-ing high auditorium. aided officers, time: vice president, hogrefe; secretary. kathryn mm ray, trea surer, harry williams. featured ddress "ideals education," lyons, pasfor methodist gavo brief history education, spoko results ideals. parts program in- luded tap dance 'by misses helen heck wanda herk; presentation t he- grades parents present, awarding hra'th ribbons barrett, ounty health commissioner. 1'he appointed prepare may meeting: mar garet winters, bruce carl springer. two arraigned truancy fined bond non-attendance viola ion schao' laws landed wo locality ihe bar justice vernon parker ?5 tlio george, send 12- year-old william, school. george antel, north ridge. charge, ordered pro vide $100 insure attendance daughter. irene. 15 age. both taken cus tody complaint county officer chil dren had repeatedly listed absent teachers. promised ahlde die future. ten pupils population schools increased students appearance. recent moved michigan, colorado springs, colo., rest lorain. carstenson, entered fifth grade; vincent coonrad, sophomore: geraldine, elmer ellsworth maloney sixth, third grades; dorothy vargo, sixth: leonard wilson, eighth, irene, corrlne evelyn stang, fourth, grades. i h'gh mentor signs wittenberg coaching vern hotl'man, coach, matriculated college. huffman' 250 slu dent-coaches attending training camp. open 10. closing 2mh. "fighting bob" zuppke, veteran illinois football k "i'hog" allen, university kansas, teach basketball respectively. instructors nationally known toi teams developed tutelage. 51 congratulates progress past fifty-one wuru blue libbous, signifying nualltlcatlon standards, parent-tvaclier class group emblems. substantial increase year's awards sev oral aru expected awarded close yeai. ilairett. commissioner, lie questioned young candidates prior tendering regarding quali fications awards. himself ploaseil outlined heads expressed approval hi-i wore lo luf. biowuhelni p. a. 'in 'ed leads fluid again yi-u' "" y receive permanent possession cup offered klyria chronicle-telegram. receiving follows: yvonne mcqueen, richard east- shirley sweet, kllswortn towne, klmas boris 'mil-' ler, paul moltyke, betty baus, ehrman, alden fletcher. braun, julia szarka, burton hoftner, gawn. robert laux vera dawn, donald maze, hoffman beverly bruce, herrman, dora wllhelm, virginia , wlnson, frances ellerington, wit mam theodore pen ton, florenco albrecht, nettle olga beres, twlgg, alfred huber, emclla kunzman, howard lange, elaine fern holzhauer, rolland schlefferstein harris, albln wagner billy charles hainan, lyn leana plato, janet roberta hill, verna reynolds, ruth mil juanlta stark, hazel bills, wlnsom, mary penton, pauj hoffman. clean-up week start 7 bids collection refuse amherst's "clean-up week" observed between 10, according action village residents requested clean hp iheir yards cellars time, placing thu near f'ne cuiij whole ii conveniently gathered collector. woik would now date (j. campaign against winter's accumulation dirt d'bris take place few weeks period authorities. 21 sug gested adopted communities. planned set aside repeat settle dispute ridgeville adjust controversy replay baseball friday ended result ills puli'. superintendent r. powers, re turning conference rldguvlllu officials. powers stated rather lll-fee'.lng exist si hools, sake good sportsmanship, consented game. end ninth inning, rally nine, claimed victory seme !) s, walked off fluid. scorebook showed nine runs, locals score tie. ridge ville refused go on, ie- suit doubt. tluough league officials, decided try confer ence method, successful result. p'ayed yesterday, rain caused postponement. considered earlier decision drop league, enrollment, transferrin? olmstead. retain membership league. chickens stolen chicken thieves, spell inactivity, reported plying trade here. .mrs. wohlever notified authorities maurauder looted her bus tried bv mayor joe moseb, arrested patrolman earl white driving bus. moses vicinity hearing compulsory drivers stop vehicles discharges passengers, him signed chuha, de- clarcd recognized defendant plea guilty brought morning, claiming lorain res- taurant alleged liuve driven al 'i o'clock. penalty offense un- dor (he stute statute provides x ranging $10 $100. jail sentence possible subsequent violations. honors gome lnr.il stnrlcnti win tnnntv titles oratory reading straight am herst won championship oratory, addition reading. championships, 102s eastman championships events. winners rob ert standen, speaking subject, "shall (jo back?" strohmeier. reading, topic, "nlco- letta." elved silver medals tokens victories. standen senior stiohmeler junior orators readers coached margaret rice, faculty. unusual rec ord she took tins woik. kent compete champions seventeen counties duplicate feat latt winning district championship. further contests renders. lee, brighton, oratory. having "aviation medium progress." vin cent bishop third. went marian hege, wellington, "i betcha," fay langdon, eaton. wing extra added de partment town adam martin, assist- ant janitor school, employed "white wing", accordance council's em- ploy keep clean. martln charlie henney paid rate 45 cents hour. authoilzed initial. ployment ago 12. wilted flowers rub-it evident blsh must rubbish paved fall dispose ibe garbed uniforms shortly. attorney, smyine, tegai aa-cooper announced. visor asked intoxication rest' dents woodhill w hall, custody $25 cost? hall prisoner ren ovated jail. lodged prison sunday re- lmkert mnnrinv mornlmr coop, stealing 10 henb rooster. coop mon evening, thought nothing presence until ipoul revealed theft. trustee's cemetery c0be appr0ve0 thirteen rules governing cal grounds sanctioned provisions cemeteries submit- te' 'the trustees solons changes original measure made. regulations drawn remedy certain, ondltions garded unsatisfactory. observ- ance believe, better look- inn barlal add appearance town. 1- am- heist shall d.rect grounds. employ ncces- sary perform wot required ceme tery 2. ap pointed cared satisfaction inventory tools equipment labor burials, removals, bases monuments, headstones, etc. 3. record burials removals und doing conform action. person desiring pur chase cemeter ies clerk trustees. selection deed ed for, permits nobody burled time. sold transferred consent sale transfer complete endorsement book records. entitled fee dollar re.ordlnk recording lot. (i. body ,)p lmrle(, uny ,,ot unpalfl ... trnntooa mav order section j0tters field. ". preserve beauty cemetere8 shrubs trees slm bp planted ou iots tne s sod kraves ots potted plants can graves, rt option tlereon !). head stones monuments persons hired bj charge' goc cubic inches longer wider super structure level ground sufficient depth avoid heaving thus throwing level. superstructures firmly weugmg. outers oases git en least days advance construction. lu- curbing lots ai- lowed either 11. giv- containers. 13. violation above punished law. board define pow- ers- nn p'nlon sudmiuea cently attorney omyme aeciareu absolute power regard cemeteries. change parking line city's general '"b lines rei""ulcu- "-u' v"'"b py ' oe ooserven mis churc" eastern portion oi rark avenue ueiow .decided paint diagonal opposite side are. arrangement parallel north.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1930-04-17|
|Date of Original||1930-04-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1930-04-17 13 20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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