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the amherst news-times newt-time goe to every home in amherst, south amherjl and brownhelm volume xill, number 21 p., thursday, april 24, 1930 "the sandstone center of world" for high-grade job work at price that ana fair reasonable, see amber new co. - rrr iia. h, s. first win out point fiew one interesting things coming election, tor those who like a tight, will be attempt on part certain sections ot state change constitution regard apportionment. this fight is being led by senator oeorge w. bender, cleveland. defeated legislature members from rural communities his effort put through pet city measures, he went war path with threat con-4 stltutlon give cities leglsla-tvtlve control. as now constituted, v" legislature, spite major portion population located districts, control village districts. dffect, not according (he underlying principles constitution, which believes representation population. theoretically, tho bender inove-mant should carried through, but practically it would dangerous action. want due them, let them fltbt themselves thorough "housecleanlng, show real they are capable clean -and honest government. time enough then talk about getting their rights. until time, we opposed it. two things, our mind, augmented made possible its full ghastly extent, horror columbus -this week. these unfortunate warden preston e. thomasmay culpable. sec-pod phlo certainly fault. may dismissed disgrace office since 'situation seems demand scapegoat: doubtlessly escape few pointed press commentaries easily borne1 collective body too bad. thomas good remember better legislatures. -wo find fault because system fire drills. common school house america common, fcct, institution country -iwi-tfe individuals gather under roof any length was demanded penitentiary where, all placei, mortality hazard greatest. if there had been repeated drills; guard schooled proper thing do n cabe an alarm; convicts taught march ou! ell 'blocks orderly line-up, venture opinion least half men killed holocaust alive today. blame turned deaf ear pleas modernization enlargement. among advocates both programs thomas, has appeared after before ohio's governing body, begging relieve conditions described highly dangerous. disaster monday evening corroborated matter left lasting blot ohio history-modernization have equipped' prison electrically controlled doors such sing sing, mantua, leavenworth other renowned prisons boast. tug lever warden's swings cell door bull pen gate wide open. twenty- .foot outer walls, machine guns guards prevent aibuse device convicts. coupled regular drills electric jocks reduced fa talities almost negligible status. flag draped coffins dead; steak dull durham living something consider ably beyond convict expectations. yet memory 321 dead companions cannot effaced ges tures. wo rather anticipate nasty burvlvors when sentences expire. sense wrong done him so clety dominant fantastic, to. sure, present nevertheless. aggravated actuality, feeling apt decline, apropos general jail particu lar; bunks arrived end are- installed am herst modern, up-to- date jafl nearly proof can made. moreover, sani tary quality conspicuous absence the, great majority small-town prlsonb, some- argue cot comfortable; primary purpose punish ment nicely appointed nolles effect. critics answer words thriller ."core tying winnin-j runs ninth, also cut off rally game won, lost, ninth inning, high ball tossers season, wellington victim. score 9 8. rockwood opened exciting btanza single, scored run ludwlg's double. winning came ludwlg matties' hit. back tied last hnlf man third out, sharp equal occasion btruck next batters guild started box got away shape seven innings. eighth, however, riding lead 7 4, weakened, proceeded four across, giving c.f 8 7. hits, bases balls error did trick. relief, soon retired side. hits were even, each team collecting nine, errors, making mlsplays while one. lange, accounted apiece attack. wellington, robinson, gleason braun contributed hits. friday locals go wads-worth, "week another play ridgevllle game. ft h e 2b , 12 0 sharp, lb-p 10 rockwood, rf 2 segert, cf 110 hutton, c ludwlg, ss mathes, 3b 1 guild, p-lb -j! krutch, r klrkpatrlck, 3ib lb branson, p gleason, pleasnlck, braun, parsons, saporlto, 11 hand, pneumonia fatal former pastor rev. samuel lindenmeyer dies portsmouth hospital lindenmeyer, most popular ministers ever occupy pulpit, known scores older residents devout religious leader concise speaker, passed raster sunday ports mouth following short illness. death pneu monia. 1897, occupying pulpit st, peter's evangelical church 1g years, transferred charge. served latter pastorate 1913. outstanding accomplishments here erection parsonage. personally superintended campaign building attended many details incidental erec tion. efforts membership greatly creased. national synod, recognizing merit, elected treasurer po sition held hl3 death. board foreign missions, president district churches. l'aves widow, son, armln, cleveland; daughters, 'mrs. a. c. van pusselen brussels, belgium, mrs. t. ogden, valatlo, n. y. funeral services tuesday afternoon. thejbody later shipped where burial rites wednesday, interment crownhlll cemotery. used once col umns: "tho objective penal institutions reformative than punitive." cold, damp, unsanitary, unsafe contributes noth ing uplift wrong-doer. prisoner comfortolble best still jail. surroundings leasl keep inmate cheerful cheer ful very rarely bad meats open cross bats cleveland favorite knits season mlschka bl ten big slice raw meat try digest meal season. reslstence bp furnished knits, fasteat independent baseball teams cleveland, lhe p'ayed afternoon brandt's park. practicing steadily past several weeks, seem condition usual going policy management only available, inaugurate policy. norwalk fages bus charge j. kreinbihl arrested complaint christ kreig motorist summoned passing discharging passengers. kreinbihl, norwalk. warrant krelnblhl's arrest sworn krelg, driver local cars, entered against him, charging children hp ignored krelg's stop him. secured man's mayor cooper, patrolman ed mays, saturday. arraigned evening. joe moses, days ago similar charge, fined j10 costs thursday. moses changed plea guilty abandoned alibi defense stating intended stand trial study club scholarship award powers ludwig named delegates convention authorization $25 cash member senior class, rating highest examination given near future, meeting imrs. rice quarry street annual lakeside federation women's clubs selected meeting. convene second week july. f. 11. h. .1. wesbecher .lay gillette alternates. topic "australia". papers subjects read discussed: "history geography," g. nord; "natives habits," ludwlg; "new zea and, ' mis. james nicholl. roll call responded naming sea islands. september. miss koepp weds henry amenhauser girl oberlin young married abrams amelia koepp, amenhauser, ober- lln, thl3 o'clock lutheran abrams. her sister, mildred harty bridegroom's brother, acted man. wedding played louise kree-ger. bride employed baetz dairy sev eral months school. mr. inspector tube lorain, receiving education oberlln schools. church. dinner guests participants immediately ceremony, couple honeymoon trip niagara palls. upon return make elyria avenue. alivays pltmi t j mollis tlhi-u i rdd commuters suggest mcu ci ydia tiejip! 111. ll imm il ul approach railroad pittsburgh-detroit stop-over provided york central officials react favorably suggestion, enjoy future even train service between herp lost removed -afternoon accommodation places ago. plan presented business men's association support involves plttsburg-detroll leaving elynla 5:10 p. m., arriving later. does present, sponsors movement hoping persuade sufficient towns a, stop-over. behind summer produces 45 cars freight day, fact alone deserving passenger service. suggestion man, declaring accedes request improvement over old accommodation. protest thp council. company declared pay itself. w.c.t.u. institute opens today prominent temperance workers featured program morning ses sion featuring speakers activo marked opening u. b:lng congregational chun ! btarted 's:k0 devotions eastman; welcoma, -jfis. k. jenne; address, .veil-hill, county president, klyrla; music; essay, geraldlne glblln; oration, georfee innes; duet, "beautiful hour noontide," ruth zilch springer; noontide prayer nellie hill. cooper gave nd- dres? session, followed l;mn lord's prayer; bessie kuntz. branch secretary lcyal t-r.ipo' ance legion; or'fin, "sha'l back," robert standen; soldiers' sailors' department. ioclnrd; organ solo, pany hairls; story, nettie schacffer, 5th grade; special number; reading, "nlccolet-ta," kn'hryn strohmeler;' announceme: prize winners; benediction. noon r. tureen silver offering taken help defray expenses i. work. posters mode ecohol students display. defendant auto accident results $5,000 damage suit filed wah dam age cam anna ksenlch result automobile occurring fall. charges petition, ruth's struck plaintiff west 21st broadway resulting, declaies, serious injuries herself. said occurred oct. 13, 1929. defendant's car driven emmet slack, pet! tlon states. john brown thursday native engaged 33 years brown, life-long resident early axtel street, long pe riod 111 health. born 1sg1 harness dealer. knights pythias, conflrmist st. 'mr. ilrown six children. leaves wife, anna; .sons, harold alvln, granilchlldien. saturday schmidt, runeral rites. cemc-ery claimed lawless illness month; buried 'lie- o'ip month terminated saint day i'1-ath lawless, lif"lun p'ldent mheist, parsed ..way lids hom ktrat. l:b brownhelm, moving lo wi.h iparents childhood. ho quarries prior ulne33. joseph's cathol'c rhurch. surviving sisters, kath-erlnc chris brucker mathew a'so or amherst. elschen rffinlatlng. catholic cemetery. working buffalo orders hall addition plant preparing ship consignment stone erected buffalo, y awarded contract exterior stone. 30-story struc ture heart overlooking statler hotel. calls gray various colored htone contracts lor sub 200 250 pod order completed averaging 500 cubic feet car. able carving department occupied exclusively cutting designs. actual shipments, officials, probably start may. order, supplying hospital. shipments already staited requiring tween 15 20 carloads complete scouts organize patrols units formed leaders, colors names chosen organization complete-troop 32 took place troop 22 boy scouts. organized, patrol. formed: bob white patrol loader, donald turner; assistant, arthur thomas; colors, gold navy blue; members, leo stiwalil, nabakowskl, karl sabiers, carl i.akofski, carneck burnett. heaver leader, earl hel-ser; innes, lloyd bechtel, redman. melvm frederick, ehrman, edwin merger raesler. cray green. pigeon leader. wllmont baker; assistant. leroy rahl; jack sansman, billy stlwald, frederick wllhelm, blackford, herbert kueran, wle-land; blue gray. cobra 'patrol -leader, wilbur ilohley; milton naba kowskl; norman grugcl, lester orobc, clair kenneth alexander, sheldon schroeder gilbert becker; orange black. tests aid safety signalling meet ing, scout ers, 'sharp berger. plans hike 1:30 m. amherst's 2,836; substantial gain shown 1920 figures 2,836, census enumeration, 2, just checked frank stetson, chief enumerator district, shows census. town 2,485. compiled during enumeration therefore per capita 351. township thought districts increase. emory sondergelt harry leuszler, byrd richmond canvassed township. boys steal copper wire movie lorain youth lands attempted larceny defclre hero film theater landed 17-year- larceny. hoy, companion escaped, caught jay or-cutt, manager telephone exchange, way quantity rear building. fled orcutt's approach, ibut apprehended evidently frightened run, no escape. kept three hours released mary cobb, ioraln probation officer, stated she le sponsible behavior lad managed all, seen walking toward quarter fare. murder panel decide fate alleged murderer antonio dzouc- lis, indictment son-in-law wll'lam dlneff, shot celebrating marriage former's daughter charles reuben miller. havo inyianelcd pos slble jury duty case tried court month. venire consists 50 whom must selected. uniqueness circumstances attracted considerable attention throughout state. dzouclis charged shooting approaching pretense shaking hands reported violently op posed daughter's wedding, falling mar riage course tried. convicted faces chair. investigate crack telegraph road surveyor & t, operations caused pavement break 30-foot tele graph pavement, believed excavation ca bles american along side road, invest! gated, biggs, surveyor. takes 30 foot aoml-clrcle edge tne ipavement apparently foundation slip ping excavations bond repair caused, biggs said. paralleling into line, some distance, private right-of-way. victim sfnt f0r catastrophe looking head bowed grief visited sat hair told story joseph opra beginning ind ending wreath-garnished casket waiting interment, o. baker parlors. 3lb trapped blazing inferno onco peniten tiary, hi-fated sdion crew wiped days, employe co., mother, brother close relatives facts knew, angle tragedy emphasized unnecessarily "joe," explained, "was black sheep family whose downfall clearly trace associates." robbed confectionery quiet, inoffensive 1923 months. robbing confectionery' twenty year term cuyahoga judge. sentence red swept down prlnon, kill hundreds fel'ow inmates. "he up parole summer," bro ther exiplulned, "if hadn't ago." l ma chine shop confined same block housing "rough riders" woolen mill crew. thrce-i-four designated records. casualty list heaviest. either burned died asphyxiation. asphyxiated latter. burn body. smoke deadly ally slowly suffocated frantically paced rescue late. others, grounds w s identified wednesday family. 29 austria-hungary boy, family, locating restless spirit desire larger prompted move six-month residency adjoining town. cleve land events previously mentioned place. elizabeth bara, amherst; father, ignatz opra. kalamazoo, mich.; george opra, elyria, grandmother. theresa selege, aunt, llla selege arc respected communities. complete. evergreen nlclckl, grafton, catastrophe. nlclckl serving one-year third-time liquor violator wiled committed judge webber feb. little overtook ntcickl lived btreet. wife small accepts position menz accepted posi tion field representative standard trust co.. territory covering entire take entirely leave automatic, past, petition sewer jefferson circulating preparatory installing sewer. necessary signatures council brought council's meeting, imay 6.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1930-04-24|
|Date of Original||1930-04-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1930-04-24 13 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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