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the amherst news-times llip! for high-grade job work at prices that are fair and reasonable, see newt co. .. volume xiii, number 25 amherst. o . thursday. mav 22. 1930 "the sandstone center of world- out point n 5 lievo we read art interesting- article on hiram maxim, inventor maxim' silencer, last week. mr. according to our informant, will devote his genius in future silencing cities rather than guns. he feels same principles involved flre-varm .muffler may be applied with equal success all noise distributors rampant big towns. , if accomplish design, .mr. maxim more make up unwitting contribution underworld. serves purpose evil doer far it does honest citizens. fact, though have racked bralns fail think one le-"gltlmate use which silencer applied. gunmen take advantage shoot down other or innocent citizens without attracting attention themselves. when an man fires a gun is usually anxious attract as much possible, hence useless him. cemetery board reports less disregard 13 rules recently drawn lip governing code burial grounds. this regretable. regulations were prescribed bestjinterests town not ithe idle whims group men making board. each rule had particular reason its adoption while they seem arbitrary will, followed, bring local cemeteries par most beautiful country. illy kept reflection town. sacred spots any community honor them such by proper maintenance discreditable thing. village authorities done their part. now remains lot owners fall line strict observance rules. iff civic pride obligations imposed us dsad acromplish this, law intervene to- detriment individuals falling comply. many things seasonable glimmer fresh fruit, garden vegetables, vacationing, sleeping porches, swimming, base ball golf but from working man's view just seems summer first season straight away, unadulterated undisturbed loafing. "working man" connection mean every woman who earning living, keeping house boy girl going school college. economist discovers means whereby world can earn livelihood create estate nine months sept. 1 june should sainted, knighted, degreed, elected some good paying public office pensioned. even formula has beea discovered, there great fortune-making possibilities high-powered advertising prescription secretly discovered offered distressed time. during autumn, winter spring, righteous indignation tolling rises against thrive parasites upon part humanity works. what different complexion opinion takes warm smiling days summer! nobody blanus fellow turning ho(bo then. meals mother prepares hot would ample grounds divorce, time vear, father complains nnd children satisfied. hasn't energy prepare better members family haven't 'energy eat she ha provided. so resolved was madu hammocks. ice- cold lemonade shade, water-side cottage, loafing automobile anything whatsoever except work. attend "get together" dus'ness "men's association attended tin "get-together" ar ranged (he elyrla chamber coif'jnerce tuesday evening, oeo v. dheridan. merchandising ex; pert, columbui, addressed guests, speaking retail prob lems. about' 250 merchants from, over county present a-h.s. finishes third oberlin meet hutton sharp turn fine performances record ot two high athletes among features annual northern ohio athletic league track held ober-un saturday. finished third, trailing new london medlm. milton hutton, splendid races dashes, leading performer day, establishing records both 220-yd. dashes. ran hundred 10.6, clip ping one-tenth second off old mark, did 220 23.5 smash 24.3. oddly enough, barely es caped elimination preliminary 100. superb performance od al sharp. 220-yard low hurdles, event program, tied oberholzer medina braun wellington first, setting mark 25.8, tlm'e. thrilling run, however, came event, mile relay. still fight lead, needed win stay running. pace too fast rockwood ludwlg, runners, 20 yards rear. always best face odds, took burden. starting short dash, gradually cut gap, quarter giving baton terms leaders. lead until almost finish line, strenuous day told him, try could hold out, fell, place. points made follows: sharp, jumlp javelin; norttielm, shot put. only broken crabbes jump. ft. 6 in., inch mark. went bar 5.5, touched knock higher teams 28: 26; 19; 18; hldge-vllle 5, wadsworth 3. empire theater re-ghristened ten dollar prize name movie suggestions announcement week $10 "which awarded person submitting appropriate theatre purchased steven chuha j. steel oberlln. steel, completely rennovating show .house, obtain theatre, welcome relative type entertainment wanted patrons. contestants asked include nature along names sumbltted. entries must form letter care contest closes 1, letters proprietor's hands results published issue news-times. mayor c. e. cooper agreed act judge. start pavement paving operations tele-graph road started within month, information surveyor o. t. biggs, engineering department engaged laying culverts, drains sewers pre paratory actual paving, biggs stated wednesday. improved limit south klyria coach .may itehion' mherst ts roach bellevue. understood lat ter am herst mentor tempting offer seriously considering bellevue athletics been near rocks several years tho past officials casting about someone boost7 school's standing. census figures increase twp. township growth since 1920, report frank stetson, district chief, shows. advanced population, 218 additional inhabitants previous enumeration repr esent greater townships show. falls 351 indicated census. stetson places population 1891, i compared 1920 popu lation 1673. 170 farms enumerated. henrietta 800 626 1920. compiled byrd blchmond. suit settled $150 uleski damage case dropped following conference $5000 pending nearly wednesday morning between attorney george glltsch, representing plaintiff, mrs. mary uleski, authorities. case, scheduled hearing thursday morning, accident occurring march, 1928. alleged her petition slipped icy sidewalk front park avenue store fractured pelvic bone. set forth, resulted permanent impairment health. negligent removing ice pavement. smythe, litigation, brought matter before council evening. although majority llalble matter, wus decided settle court, provided defendant 'and accept otter $150. glltsch previously intimated client disposed $250, village's morning. sheriff arrests s. possession charges result heavy fines meted justice residents contributed $500 ntate 24 hours raldi con ducted here evening clarence adams u deputies. john sarwas become entangled law. arrested night arraigned peace .! elyrla. found him guilty possessing intoxicants fined $2iu costs. joe zezula drew slightly stirrer sentence appeared court slmllui charge. $3im costs after entered plea possesison. liquor viis conflfcatcd a'nd used evidence hearings. miss cox graduate dorothy e, cox. am-heivt, expects graduated college women western reserve university, heveland, 11. commencement speaker zona gale, pulitzer winning playwright novelist. thousand students receive degrees thirteen colleges reserve, program numbers 3n events, lasting through june, iiikk nbw tlilchkit crews, oberlln college, educa-mon place margaret winters, resigned. crews -vlll teach latin biology. ' 'tiie talc tolls -- - .,v albert reid j mk come mm, ( hank.,-we're jmb& t$$&o h 'sssfl fc smiw' jum conveniences, squad beaten elyrians locals drop game 9 stage spirited tilt fourteen hits proved handicap baseball wquad played yesterday city. 5. home guard very creditable showing stronger adversaries, elyr-ians little too. free witli bats tally sheet. clowson, stops balls umpire isn't wielding bat, elyrla's stellar pei former, gathering total four five times bat. moundsnien seven capitalized five. struck 11 elyrlans. hero's lineup: isijrln ii holbrook, 2 4 0 beardsley, s c dlack. lb elbert, cf 3 () smith, maddock, rf icovlak, r.b mosher, p terry, ah ss goulde, 8 rtockwood, segert, :i 12 krutch, li x !l glliman, frederick, 3b mathes, 2b 10 110 (i r. monday go play postponed game. concert saturday hand .make i'dlille debut satlinlii.l mienlug nl hall band, pie -e strong, bow thn next ihe firm series band con- erts. continue umnier. niuslclnns practicing "althfully mouths under" direction o! william dinlen. berlin hts d.inlelk donated tiiiv mi services gratis i) ml town, depending music lessons given compensate m o'clock, und uniforms ordered yet arrived, expected memorial parade lead. skating party concordia club roller coliseum lorain mk.moitlai, iuy si'ha km altomey lowell raymond, cleveland deliver address amherst, ami. announced today. itayniond legal icpresentu tive (if united slate- veter nn's ilureau considered orators state. lie blurt lien a. m. completion where speak afternoon. nuby's pet peeve borrows tools fritz. gas kxpert dear john. lime ago wl)ic scientists arguing lowest anl nial lire. tald snulte, said jelly fish, others saxophone player, want put my votes tlio tools, tiles to. don't fellow-worker known guy doesn't roofer sheut metal worker fix thing house, wants sheet worker's hammer shears whatever thinks likely need, kindly tell now, john, nevur mentioned tool borrower know of, til t you won't mind mention he' it. iiu nevei does. sometimes root-' er let "take wrench punch lather ninke mad. faces plain knees flap-1 pers like give wiench neck nose. hill boiuii people wav. few elephant1-. hut here's iriiltri nie ir.-ail: tu personal 'ootli brush. vint anybody that, snnitiine ni'iikeys machine! y miy'ie nm nut tools. ! th'nlc turd loofers snips hunters do dog. know, pass around wife. hero raised kinds worn fit hands, right now; tinkering numbskull comes lug home, talk h'm queen bungalow. i'll borrow nny get buy them. sympathetically yotirs, nabakowski install sewer jefferson st, receives property favor regular meeting authorized city engineer draw plans specifications lor "unitary installed lell'ermiu street. action followed presentation signed stieet signifying wll-llnirnesii assume poitlnn it" expense. jeiterson lias never either water facilities. purchase enough tar solution obliterate parking lines comideralile fusion parallel changed diagonal. resulting mintorlsts improperly. request henry grugel contribute salary custodian referred committee responsible. paid $30 month trustees. confer trustees regard early date. charles superintendent sewuge disposal plant, solons approach plant improved. mr mathes' street committee. business included instructions "i'.lz" miller iuitall manholes ne-ir catholic lutheran hurdles illness fatally olive ward succumbs monday; decadent born weeks cul-nlp.itcd shaffer ward, 35, pushed away afternoon hazel native horn 1895 received education school, graduating 1913. member st. joseph's church actively connected i'arent-teach-er parochial school. leaves husband, patrick ward; three children, hlch-ard. 13, morris, cella. 8. mother. l. d. shaffer, also survives. funeral joseph's) itev. james klschen interment calvary cemetery. joseph uaxter confined tc east illness. poppy ((day auxiliaries sell flowers vets well parts county. crimson flowers. immortalized lt. col. mc- c'rea's war-time poem, sold legion auxiliary. proceeds devoted maintaining coun ty service officer indigent disabled veterans. solicitors, custom, specify no fixed l amount popples, relying entirely nn generosity public. handiwork ex-soldiers various ameri posts throughout country distribution day. sale afternoon, continuing pro ceeds expectations auxiliary again popples follow- ng decoration apologies brownhelm rift re-instated factions tendered k. ii. kel-mer, principal hrownhelm rirt netween threatened disrupt exercises. trouble originated removal team sitier klmer caught smoking. classmates, objecting action, circulated a.sklnu removed. office. kelmerr hospital govern demanded apology tlir-. ic-hvitifs inside hospital, pupils instrumen-1 '''tron shall hired distal drawing circulating charged recom-the wlthdiew inim mend-ition staff. 'cllodl. cotinly i'. vaughn, met aggrieved monday. sides controversy, vaughn supported pupil lo apologize. compll ance lioya reinstated. tin- lesulted pot-ponenient staged friday, embroil whole oddfellows starts 8:45 elaborate celebration village. committees entrusted observances ee-ning american determined s:45 hall. proces--len ilnv hnu lint !iu vpt lienn t.nli('t eit nil exppct"it completed lr -it march bo those attending llutn rrom tne p.iul mori fred koch legion, chris-t helser arthur fugle security benefit; mori, r., jacob wllhelm swiss lodge, kolb foresters america, balog solka hungarian organization burgett builders sunday returning week's absence, mlschka meats host builders, lorain. lorain, l.s class team. squad. composed performers, lo-cal fans geod exhibition. prodigal sons, olson gleason, places. strengthen considerably, plug bad holes brandt's park. umn dismissal threatens split andjoctors physicians demand voice administration resolutions weigh ultimatum special dissension medical staff cli max lillian hdugh, matron institution, verging open rupture factions. hough wa3 der resignation eftectlve 1. friday night, retire once. stated, interests hospital. doctors resented unwar ranted, declaring mias capable consulted matters involving employment attaches. subscribed, authority select retention placed option organize graduates recognized schools medicine. start' i1 nominate choose non-resident excepting having certificate medicine permitted admit patients unless applv practice admittance th? retiring addition weeks' vacation fund $c5. thereto recommend service? abso-'utely satisfactory stall. demanding lecognltlon depend for1 control end must. patients, rely capabilities charge; therefore we, being men. fitted qualified such. likes dislikes, personality popularity enters into qualifications matron. is, qualified. consider ultlma- turn. signified willingness hoard, whether demands full b' tonight wis discharged, said, because sho lacked tact antagonized employed years, coming canada klschen, temporary successor nurse year. year meeting. consists o' represent brown-helm township. ebbs. b. slack, cooper, g. parker, wesbecher. horn. werner zilch, h. w. lahlff. ilanql'kt iso. hi) guests avery chicken dinner annually entertains function uhls nature.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1930-05-22|
|Date of Original||1930-05-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1930-05-22 13 25|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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