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the amherst news-times ?. fer (ugh-grade job work at prise that are fair aad reasonable, ee tbe amhrt nevrt co. " newt-time goes to every iiome in amherot, south and brownliclm -v - v w" 2 volume xiii, number 48 i out point iv ;,- of view , ai is nearly always case with an election, it difficult pick, any definite usues have been decided. this was tuesday. many people thought election would definitely decide position ohio on wet dry issue. as a matter fact the' prohibition question not most dominant factor, sptift bnlkley, an"oit since beginning campaign. -j it'oiuet be borne mind bulkley only avowed w,et elected the. state ticket. his rynnlng mate, georgo white, who governor, bulkyy wet. 'tyenied whole, appears tbugh .the factor tbo' elfcctfon general dls- j comei(t wun me uepudiican party due business .conditions. depression reflects power, ns democrats can vouch for years past. n "i ' apother interesting side light tuesday's election's after democratic stronghold. again voted g. 0. p. two instances did voters give candidate -majority, those were white bulkley. ago republican ticket convincingly1 first, time some years, last year stayed elect mayor, by small majority. la true. year, however, majorities, except cases noted, convincing. smith make normal community one? will tell that, but phenomenon, nevertheless. there seems considerable rivalry between towns along lake road route 20 federal favor. presont official cleveland-chicago road. th making effort get designation, completion automobile bridge over sandusky bay. 1s so crowded now throughout summer sundays holidays almost beema impossible another car times, nevertheless formed organization interest more tourists their route. fearing they lose townj organizing maintain iplace, planning campaign public approval efforts. u we" frequently occasion drive through norwalk one occasions sunday evening. what struck us amusing part ot -whole campaign, which playing important part, town; owner roughest stretch city street highway we know anywhere. spend whatever funds being raised improvement street, done toward motorists use that1 than anything else could do. when abso-lutely'necessary go atreet. terrible abuse cai stand bumps. china food shortage sends hundreds thousands starvation death. america too much farm produce market downward. why american surplus tlio starving chinese, thereby sating human lives raising our' prlcesi level bring same gross income. world's queer place little causes suffering too. discouragement. news story sent recently state' office describes glowing terms tons melons, fruits vegetables ar pouring into pen' tlary gracing prison tables, canned thu winter. hones, wbo doubtless e vy conylct's generous etfu curtain tfupply. ciioih to, meet tb$ choir ye congregational church practice evening church. dear old saint nickolas urges co-operation jolly santa himself waves greeting from 1930 christmas health seal. bearing in-s c r 1 ption "merry christmas, all," seventy five mil- ion tiny stickers distributed state, association preparation twenty fourth annual seal sale opens november 28 closes december 24. seals put each local affiliated iptfbllo leagups county nation-wide fight all ry. against tuberculosis. won until disease entirely eradicated belrig stressed john w. brlcker.colum-bus, chairman committee. committee hopes raise. $400',000 tuberculosis prevention control 1931, composed presidents fourteen statewide organizations interested health. "thou gh death rate has halved during victorious advance preventive measures past girls wed lorain men miss frances huber helen horvath weddings participants oc curred week, both marrying men. horvath, daughter mrs. rose of, taylor married saturday afternoon parsonage 20th methodlct lorain, arnold coates, 607 lorain. coates attended schools, lmployed trie goods company. groom employed national tube friday mlornlng, huber, mr. joseph dewey road, became bride william roblnette, formerly litchfield. ceremony performed presence immediate families. high school, member st. joseph's catholic her husband girl wanted young do house work. e. j. burger, 915 mildred ave., phone 6782. amherst's "free press" 187, unique paper "news healthy morning air". such statement contained under masthead free press published here f. m. c. h. lewis. copy brought earl stiwald recently. dated saturday, aug. 26, 187b, its second time. sippel building, corner cleveland streets. papers interesting, no exception. newa largely foreign nature, separate forelgn-ln fact, very news, literary whh several poems. advertlslnk gives idea styles peculiarities times. advertisement "madame foy's corset skirt bupporter", is. "hoi man's fever ague liver pad", which' "cures without med icine,' simply absorption, best regulator world" worn the'breast according cincinnati markets, following prices xmas few decades, still great est single cause among americans ages fifteen five," says brlcker. "as citizens ohio, welfare should consider privilege our whole hearted support seal." lone touchdown enough win rockwood scores early ahs first league scored mlnutea play margin school game season harris field. wndsworth, fresh smashing 71-ta 0 rldge- vllle, extremely confident victory impressive margin, confidence helped turn them back. spite eight injuries, ineligibility, o,r discipline, green gold grld- la8t week's oame8 new london 6, vermilion medina 12, berea wellington 20', colllnwood reserves wadsworth u. lenriie stnndlnr team o w l t 3 10 wndsworth 4 ridgevllle ders played fighting mostly defense, ning game, wads- worth not,"-erco line, had ( resort end runs. wads-worth reach 10-yard stone-wall defense asserted itself, took ball downs. baetz punted out, punt blocked. visitors' runs got krutch, krutch man, tie or defeat averted. m herst's came early. mather opening klckoff, away, pulled down. down made, then forced punt. made down, also rockwod carrying time, staged finally resulted score, tarzan going over. piece straight football. amlierat (' guild le randall turner lt nicodemu' alexander ... lg diet mathes crls'n braun rg schulf bohley rt peters franklin re bell q alrames locke li beh rh rivers fb wilson quoted: wheat, $1.06 $1.1"'; corn, 45c, 46c; oau. 40-43c; cattle, common, $24i3.75; good butchers' qualities, $ 5t 4.50; hogs, heavy. $6.t6.25. times change, newspaper well thing else. unearthed card, "king's hotel", presumably somewhere around 1880. throws history especially generation so, unaware days known black river. tho size ordinary professional reads follows: king's hotel elyria river minutes walk depot & props. terms, j2.00 per day 4s fitted up furnished finest style throughout. location hotel, ascertained here, about 10th street. amherst, p.. thuimdav. nov. man jutt t)u lfoosl thai gets scenario review, far bulletin stands chance ting product screen. walter mccaulley, jewol-er repairman, conjunction olcott, written story, hollywood inspection. later publishes approved stories, abbrevl ated form, magazine producers take stories. sea life, san francisco, familiar deals life start partners questionable shipping business. paitners disagree, become enemies, tragic moments arising enmity. men, whalebone mc- brisk legion benefit show tor post "risk, reports today. given de-vlnney, colonial, tickets may theatre members legion. film nonrma shearer "et gay," plcturlzation famous stage play, popular cities. rod rocque leading masculine role, supported marie dressier, hedda hopper host others. scheduled next wednesday thursday. former resident dies obermm mm. daniel hoeh, 70, former- ly died home oberlln funeral services held sun- peter's evangelical rev. schmidt officiating hoeh survived husbanc?, thieo sons, edwin oberlln. fred berg north russia albert, cleveland; six daughters. d. horning, arthur edwards edna, oberlln, martin schroeder mlllpr mrs wasen ashland, 16 grandchildren. burial clevoland avenue cemetery. invitation college seniors received attend baldwin-wallace vs. hiram football afternoon, 8. set asfde senior lornln, medina, cuyahoga counties welcomed campus game. represented baldwin wallace norma r. student. forty-three students county. needed t-n-, . alltprt t. koiw toood .va)vt'l solid. screened coy, shipwrecked, escapes tim ship raft, taking lilm 5-year uld supposed 'o nt thr passengers. means whale finds happiness love. mccaulley short probably news-tlmea near future. nativities motors battle prospect grid fans title stake schlbley face severe test nativities, nats claim heavyweight title, gone class taken heavy outfits section beaten team, while quite motors, fast tough. big note decisive teams barely eke victory. till thrills anyone ask beside plenty ability sides, everything it. love pjit jirnln battle, must standing rlns locals promised j-'ame ex-highs winners championship lar- or.ilng uiraln), if nativities. whelmed mansfield score 27 6. visitors match locals, returned form week lieforo. o'eiwin's passing culd i'o desired, scor.'s enme .'s result tlr scoro arly long pars whl"h hall 3-yard lino, cleason tolng play. fl schrlner helser relcz mathews drosdnwsl:! marshal theumbllng schagel pozonl hergott towner keller barckley o'brien james l. roby hutton lh shasky shade dougherty gleason f referee: hearn; umpire: woh-lever. touchdowns: schrlner, gleason, kuchur, theumbllng. points after: 3. subs: olson, wragg, sagert, jocko, ik, auction sales restriction council passes ordinance regulate aimed dishonest, unethical tales. uch lost cities villages, including recent months, village night passed regulating sales. provisions person company conduct obtain permit, submitting mayor certified list merchandise sold, quality wholesale value. unlawful, measure, import inferior sale, protecting possible purchasers buying articles quality, supposing original stock store where bolng conducted. using hired bidders, "boosters", prohibited. rikk hose meeting consumed listening fire salesmen inspecting samples, discussing matter. earlier decided purchase much-needed noti fied present wares. discussion, authorized bno feet department. zoning matter, report attorney smvthe, referred action deems necessary. reported peter ncwsbery asked bus parking placo designated front restaurant par'; avenue, nlace lie nted waiting room. taken, feoling congest 'traffic extent, es peclally nights, sides park lined cars. bo nec- sary amend traffic code carry quest. contract jefferson sewer awarded wit llam grob low bid $366. week. fines $290 $34 costs collected october. di:n:.vo.nt suit filed elyria, united states rubber attempting judgment $376 frank hagen, tilling station pro prletor, claimed merchandise. ultokku's ilkimtesbntativi established reliable wants representation, woman teacher preferred. highly deslrablo part-time connection, excellent flnan clal possibilities. see news-times. "the sandstone remains three majorities bulkley; pass summary votes -lvp. ir fiovcmoi !oc 'oper .. 131 189 1)i2 140- 582 whlte 174 138 111- 602 iir i,t, governor town 128 190 117 132-icltrel 157 172 110 101-nr secretary 567 540 irown 136 208 132 151- 627 uman 147 149 95 treasurer 1.15 125 13 6 604 'orguson 151 150 98 nr ettman. 137 200 133- 687 alllson 156 106 'ily 1'. senator culloch 113 169 97 119- 498 647 bulklcy 185 125- coiigiegsmnn iberllng 196 128- 572 533 hartcr -. 154 160 108 stnto anderson. 133 197 120 123 -673 ruber 166 10,2 'or iteincsi'iitntlvc rogers 135 203 121 136-ward 153 101- 696 499 570 543 commissioner urray 191 116 132- meyer 161 165 109 108- ml kelser 155 230 143 159- -687 i'roseciitliig attomr) myers 159 220 65fc 484 h24 54.' 609 504 622 fll 5 s3 537 448 302 515 374 706 354 284 850 44n 423 662 460 reullch. 49 103 94- slicrlir dams 152 205 119 8- nthbwb. 167 101-or count recorder itcholl (0 214 124 131- lanre 15 100- backus 212 141- bauer 90 102- ''nr coionei 'eebles 139 142-'aus 176 supreme court hubbell 134 88- klnl'.ade. 54 73 72- rob'son 107- steph'son 105 80 "or apponls funk 216 158 165-constitutional amend. 218 11- 83 72 84- isiide: lloml issue 56 94 83- 270 173 162- -miii i,evy yes 187 127 163 101 mill ixivy 'es 241 92 85- thankskiging poultry colonial patrons thanksgiving lucky cofonlal announcement miriam devinney turkey, duck chicken away proprietor before thanksgiving. wilt admission, effective immediately, rawing 26. bill monday 'call flesh' til ramon navarro, gripping tory spain. spanish singer reaches pinnacle opera tar, loves loses. itenee adoiee novarro's partner lola, dancer. hallowee?i spirits force rain came, damp- ned bodies clothing revelers, celebrants remained untouch- d (dry proper word use). pfple escaped kinds, hallawe'en (goblins, hosts, etc.), bottled spirits, etc. hallowe'en spir ts touch, other kind did. started parade, rar ido thei reviewing parad- rs' costumes make-up looked though kinds working them. anyway, all, streets anxious ainjierst'a hal lowe'en party. led band, marched judges picked likely looking candidates costume prizes, ellnore ruth. judging cos center tuesday candidates; favors tax levies closeness voteftbo cast, largo vote off-year slectlon features township gave cases, offices for. remarked glance similarity bear out. total 941 cast alone, largest ballots ever here. c;lven opponents, incumbents seeking re-election. majority mcculloch senate, george y cooper 22 votes. supposedly district strayed justice, getting robinson field four, elected. voters, although close call. 5-mlli levy, fate schools hung, comfortable majority, losing precinct favor levy against. ft-mlll village, quarterly sower assessment, 445 423. failed response voters. bond project. observers expressed opinion handling sanitarium proposition respect residents turned gilbert bettman polled heaviest contested race re-election general, recipient township. proving hero wore 647, don 656, adams 624, clarence brown "this mad batiks louise dressier. sub-divtsln arts passion "mother" she 'em scores, dozens tints shades. dresser featured world," open tomorrow days. full festival tumes, drawing grand prizes place, crowd song, "on dance" (at least, might have, spirit), proceeded .michael's garage, dance rain. skyrockets music. $100 a. f-nalley, jackson $50' kenneth fritz, lincoln $30, paul meltzke $20. contests comical couple- lena worthington alta smith, 1st; becker ed ward bahl, 2nd; carl pegorsch haas, 3rd. woman: ralph bills, 1; mattie linn, 2; edna dolflng. man: alex phillips, hogrefe, norman orugel, boy: wlllard johnson, ; gerald van kucran, burton hoffner, girl: lola donnelly, virginia wlnson, norwood becker,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1930-11-06|
|Date of Original||1930-11-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1930-11-06 13 48|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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