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', volume- xiv, nanbtr 1. amherst, a. thursday, dec. 4, 1930 'the sandstone center of world' id" 4 hew '.yesterday the, first santa claus letters' camo into our office through ,tho mall, lor delivery to st. nliwaa in his northern fastnesses. this !s another evidence that he will soon be hero, and many chores accomplished between now christmas must started news-times gladly print any letters klddletf wish send forwarding .,8anta.- we very careful cee gets them, so kiddles won't disappointed ' morning, (once upon a time tho automotive threatened make flabby mollycoddles, out city people, bukparklng laws have turned aurmoblllst pedestrian. with issue' lit starting year, today is birthday consolidated paper. fourteen years ago amherst news times ceased exist, their places newly b o rn newa-tlmes came being. news-times, like all papers, businesses, has had its ups downs. there ibeen periods stress, been periods, prosperity. paper at present on up-grade, hope .it continue direction. believe wo can safely say place community, people community agree us bource considerable service drodortlon returns forthcoming. berve, best, ability, without .thought ot economic re-tura. newspaper serve, not connected aspect. financial come from other bources than payment service. are receipt complimentary copy judge r. webber's recently published book. "early history elyria and' her people." great deal historical value book, only residents elyria, but lorain county as well, since much early closely ana residents. webber resident years, active life professional connections, lammntplv acoualnted during last two genera tlons. thus eminently fit ted tiie task undertook. it county. campaign being con ducted idea "buy now", belief ommuintn ihuslness. get country rut which struggling. movement worthy consideration. who money would spend things they need, or could advantageously use, go flowing business channels 0" country. entire ,,r,trv feel ,the stimulating influence clr culatlon. help wheels industry turning more rapidly. if buy, produced tako (he articles consumed. thl mere "hooey." course, do nothing dividuals, nor even inmviaua pnmmunlties. move ment pushed wide acceptance, woum sure respond. l 15 jshopj a.h.s, court squad ready opener open season hopes good game local high school basketball one day away, taking defi nite shape, make-up team pretty well formulated mind coach, ath , nnt.hbrb1. fnrm,r ober- minll,v following weeks inten slve, practice, coach sees slderable ability believes fairly successful season. 6 lettermen back build year'b team, dltlon some material. friday night lorain's, floor. coaching staff hoping better showing year years. am herst lost exceptional players team. year's built around guild center, ludwlg mathes forwards, gill-man baetz guards. cook, ineli gible semester, while frank- lln still football in-jury. llss krutch, thomas pnd edwards reserves. avon lake here home next wednesday night, appears almost eliminated aniherst tourney attempt atone defeat. an added feature bag punching act put 'by henry stark, man holds world's cham pionship sport. benefit, proceeds going toward purchasing equipment lo cal gymnasium. stark nation-wide repu tation line, taught art jack dempsey, among other, heavyweight boxers. attempting comejback prolonged attack neuritis. letter ed bang, sports editor cleveland news, stated planned using bene-tlffor cleveland. bang admirer stark. addition stark's act, short film exhibition dempsey'3 training camp toledo prior wlllard fight. also alger, musical tramp. amhorst high's 1930-31 sched ule follows: 5 10 13 brookslde 19 oborlin 20 south jan. 3 ridgovllle y prep 16 wellington 17 sandu3ky st marys 23 vermilion 24 'elyria 30 wadsworth 31 brownhelm medina 7 berea an. feb. 14 akron london 27 tournament oberlin captain hugh ransom, dallas, pa elected lln's 1931 playing var slty latt understudy gowdy center. quiet unassuming, lntelll gent steady, oberlln isi look lng ransom able what probably another. light. inexperienced attend meeting m jay qlllotte, chevrolet lealar. company f. i huhbard. tuesday attended dls trlct banquet .tor chevroletbeal era guests coming attention youngsters, mall days any, criterion. youthful admirers office, reprinting then workshop. john innes, was received, sharp close second. certainly hear such promptness, boys sorry efforts. parents vouched behavior, want forward information old nick, well. follow: 107 milan ave., amherst. dear santa: bring me suit clothes, tom mix cowboy $3,76, pair sktls pole. innes two-wheel bicycle high-top shoes saxophone. injured fall asks damages louis moebius council pay injury mrs. regular village evening request remunerate hlin injuries wife sustained january she broke hip, bed several months, partially incapacitated. claims streets were slippery, negligent cleaning ice off, providing a.shes prevent slipping. fell crossing street front bod- n otnra nn tha ovfitlf (if ..... m--o 25. heavy snow fallen evening, melt- ed, leaving icy condition. mr. later claimed ruts formed by cars, slipped ruts. state board health request- regard recent vote sewer levy, how plan effect administration operation disposal plant. attorney sraythe instructed answer letter. members discussed length sower situation effected levy. no definite plans nave ueen lormu- lated, levy win iortncoming mum about april, tne assess system dlscon tlnued until after when ordinance assessments repealed mayor cooper authorized hire extra policeman case necessity, whenever officers re quired emergency absent. passed de clarlng necessary taxable property within tax ing district village, pro vide funds peratlou various depart ments sues $50,000 dr. g. wiseman, phy lclan, made i, tni wow -hare- physician having ad- ministered incompetent medical reatment. ex pnt arc asked for. thf plaintiff charge endant failed set fractured nroperly auto accident 1926. hab permanently disabled alleged incompetence. thw filed befo'c, dismissed lieiause lack prosecution. recuperating miss elizabeth eastman, week underwent appendicitis clinic, rapidly improving. sits up each day, bed, expects home. bne bunaen- ly stricken acute attack. immediately operated upon. employed duty wanted female experienced bookkeeper sten ographer houae. apply 2168 broadway, lorain, ohio. we'll him nuby enthused over fund amher3t, ohio dec, fred powers teaching staff, citizens know read papers. anyway dav reading h woman york just triplets, girls, . looking ior names 'iur iuuui. ... th enoyable qur honorahib w(th you your teachlng stall scnool, called queen nf nunealo phone ,od looc see sho couia find dresa ths womant thought uroper 8uggest. succeat name them faith, hcje, charity faith tha, ong turn ali rkht. win, none doeb nqw mr powors j fiat. horimr vnn whnn sav d ,h h()norabie mavor bo .. charlty tor ,..,. cheat statt janed. now, 1 admit "ain't use knife whore ought uso fork, don't shave, wear my pants through, swear seems necessary, dude thinks yours, tell ain't, isn't. may bet house wears his. mathematically speaking, per haps chest cam paigns problem cause too few calibre staff. all, wor ried woman's three glru quota. let behalf nuumamc -f laiimm comuiumiy .... admiral byrd z rrrw v p 'bum 'ana 'his faithful 'dog companion, igloo .j ,,. 11, richard e. t.- experiences appear finney chapel, obetlln, antarctlc. increase rate increased 06 mills, according unofficial figures given recently. ithls 22.2 whllo expected 22.8 mills. reason unusually officials. fatal anihcrht youth dies kick ribs (iainr carl jamal, 16, herst, died saturday morning memorial hospital follow illness four caused game. nt death student isouth surviving parents, sisters, earl white eva jamal ver mlllon. barbara genevieve homo. brothers, wlll'am nnrt wilfred homo sur vive. funeral services wore conduc- joseph's church 9:30 m. tuesday. rev. father james lls-chenr pastor officiated mass. burial calvary cemetery. giving benefit card party 12 elmer johnson post, american legion, give benflt earn k. p. hall friday. 12. tickets 25c each. refreshments prizes play aro urged boys. ors, executive com mittee thank tholr hearty co-oneratlon pledges this, fund. truly sincerely nabakowski, chairman, comm albert die past august cahl, stang, mrs, schwitzke conrad einwachter well-known away dining week, onslaught ot. king winter. augubt 70, north main frifn.v 2 o'clock, hi licss months fluenza pneumonia. most time1 quarries. cahl survived widow nine children: man, jr., william, george ilutton, charles mathes, tompkins, wortli-ington mar-cella ileaume, detroit. rites held monday peter's evangelical, member, c. schmidt charge, crowuhill einwachter, 55, native sunday j,azol f)treeti sudden apparently took him, heart failure. j. s. automatic co., wher" hf working o' death. member fire department number widow, sons, henry, jr. carl, home, daughter, mrs cyril barcker, herst. wtn afternoon, baker women oil. county's oldest called, stung. 90, passing lur horn- jentie road. born germany, na' 75 ago. ha-, bei-n i:vanel-cal church. on-menry, honi". john, klyrlu, fot'r grand' hildn servlors conducled nftornoon, peter'h rliurrh, rhnrsre r' '. schmidt, inti'rmmh 'u'velind avenue cemetery irh louise fchwltzke. ct. i-idnt r.t amhor',t 40 year-. li"r ome avenue, - ig lingering lllnes-s germany. wr.s peters evangflkal conducted church, itev. officiating, af ternoon. daughters, frank starck roy papworth wu ham starck, gus miller cleveland, son, schwitzke, survivals include five bro' thers cleve land. chief causes matrimony patrimony. recipe book cook weelt ladles clrclo no, getting cordial reception report unusual salo far. contains 1'04 pages, recipes furnished vicinity. favorites homes, approval. contributor follows recipe. 450' num ber books sold gifts. selling 50 cents anyone wishing call members, fol i0w3: menz, hush flnnegan, ,tr jne-h wosbcher. 1' timh harnld hro.v.i, myron martin, layton young, smytho ryan. stage schibley motors former stars meaiir again seeing grldders action. gathered gether oppose harris field, agreement reached yesterday officials, ex-hfgh representatives. ex-high mostly hi" hist al though sorno older signed. known sharp, best ever he'n rockwood, brucker. "shocker" gormley, "hud" hearn, squad. phil jaeger, harold leimbach, hlser, walski, others. practices congregational gym, where care taken allow spies carry secrets. worth price admission. uniform legion pictured herewith leglonalres lake, sputh oberlln. "ness grafton, lagrange sec t!on3 (continued page 4) s3.500 qoe top wkh heard ?3,b00 already subscribed, ibuslness houses yet from, amherst's drive gone fver margin. campaigners did limit high. thousand dollars amount pledged cash, assures needy immediate relief. cash treasury part winter, constantly in, depression, keep distress recoup own finances. practically monday, late workers reported total amounting $2800. cases commltteo, committee met disposition them. adopted rule forbid committeeman promise person family, applications disposition. aid member. definitely established individual regardless merit reputation. case, decide needed, purchases made, merchant check direct. those expressed satisfaction elation result campaign. responded splendidly help. chairman committee, nabakowakt ex-pcutlve the' drive. tibbett famous baritone sings 10; cannon fellowcs lectures law rence ti'bbett, baritone, concert wednesday, decemberlo, chapel. tlbbett bald gifted singers stage. versatile, new" metropolitan opera concert, sung, gteat success, sound pictures; impossible feat combining versatility genuine musicianship real depth. certain recital interesting seats available; orders placed telephone conservatory music. tomorrow canon fel-lowes, english authority music elizabethan jacobean oberlln, madrigal art-song. illustrate lectures. fellowes sing accompaniment lute piano. lectures, free public, warner hall, 10:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m., 8:15 p.m. "rob roy" staged jessamine lodge, no. received notice production presented united scottish societies saturday, 6, pub lic auditorium, sixth duction plain dealer theater nations second 100 written, -'rob never hearts popular national drama. 25 spectacular attempted devoted support folks ;
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1930-12-04|
|Date of Original||1930-12-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1930-12-04 14 1|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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