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hppj mrw year, friend and patron. new year's greetings joy, iucccii, good luck untold! evry bright wish for your future. every joy heart the amherst news-time &4 volume xiv. number 5 amherst, p., thursday, jan. 1. 1931 "the sandstone center of world" hpst? . y?i f" a g&y v spr! ycar! ljutmim si (v 0 pow wc would like to pass our howera this week miss miriam devlnney, proprietor co lonial theater, philanthro pic work she has done in since taking over theater. most noteworthy is children's how btaged last week, which was free except foodstuffs, received nothing admissions from few adults who were -there with children. ' show able lo distribute great amount food amherst's needy, at time when it wns appreciated. addition other things that devlnney done, giving very latest movies, something not had hereeofore, there been decided need. takes deal make well-rounded community, doing her part supplying one tho necessary parts. another place where considerable credit due state highway department. department comes criticism motorists pedestrians alike, much justified, , unjustified. on hand, they do work. coming north ht. 61 sunday evening, we ran into bad sleet storm made driving o n ly uncomfortable, but ex-trenely dangerous. windshield froze over, necossary stop frequently clean off. matters worse, roads became sheet ice. approached several curves hills anxiety,; as came worst onj, truck spread--fng c'.nders.on road, mak-, ing safe. wn mention this, tell own experiences, point out officials removing danger their making, are responsible. peculiar thing about got through norwalk, dry powder, no bleet, conditions normal. now go year. fqr us year started anything hut confidence fact, misgivings what future holds forth wo look 1931. will-1931 bring prosperity 1928? will see any change, general have cast gloom heads 1929? only can ronform ur new- resolutions hand resolve best situation, all change better. believe village council move bought sewer banltar-luru. by action killed two birds stone. first place, helped bus iness men sponsored obligated themselves ex pense get tan itarlum entitled help needed it. second procured cost finished more than $6000 nn outlay less $500.. be inestlm value years come, grows direction. if, corpora tion limits way, the' build take care territory, t many times purchase. add'ition, buying a, source revenue sanitarium finished; even before, some neonle living along road already signified tentlpn tapping in. isn't often -municipality pick up bargains this. .... world could stand little peace prosperity, science prize winner, 1 dr. george r. minot harvard university (above) h. whipple rochester university, joint recipients $10,000 vear's createst scientific achieve. went. discovered liver tract cures pernicious anemia may lose lorain rus line southwestern application abandon its lines heard 23 aimherst means transportation botween here if railway light co. lines. included company's electric running between elyria, bus, connect pentield junction. assumed abandoned system, although possible run lorain, possibly elyria. residents york central take" them hearing before judge samuel west, federal court, 23. receiver c. j. mayers, stated income company gradually dwindling, hope getting back profitable basts. granted guardian trust co., cleveland, permission file bill foreclosure $1.510,0,000 mortgage bonds held company. llne9 operated elyria wellington oberlln, ono cleveland. liquor charge gets $15 costs lornln donee attendant picked halurduy night fined out-of-town dances tangled law satur day emerged poorer costs. frank bach, defendant case. he plead guilty being under influence liquor, paid his flno, released, so home sunday. according officials, using language street. warned, warnings ignored, taken custody. leaves bank connection mrs. ethel foldesy finnegan savings severed, effective tax collections having appointed deputy collector, collection office city lorain. assisted grace purceu. connected 9 years, fous assistant cashier. visiting parents l. children visiting, nt mechanlcsburg .a days. roofers defeat bellevue. 40-34 period lead too visitors j gormley stars 19 points big period, nuby's wednesday difficulty turning bellevue y team, final score 40 34. locals 13 thejflrst while collect lone foul, late period. shots, none register. edge scoring quarter, margin points, half rung l'j boys 13. oormley led way scoring, looping field goals foul points. "shocker" registered .many follow-in shots. al sharp accounted 10 moore high team five fielders fouls 12 scored floor. preliminary game close affair, mlschka candles behind tie ohio ice juniors an overtime lange monger goal each, muster, giving' the! lacols 32-31 edge. everhart nine candles, ducar 16 next tuesday try atone fpr drubbing took cleveland three weeks ago hands kihler clothers. play local school gym. klblers aggregation ball players, teams start 7:30. c k sharp, rf jaeger, 2 gleaeon, menz, gormley, rg-lf m, henes, lg 11 m. hutton, rg schrlner, opt moore, 12. taylor, 1! 4 strayer, moyer, 113 wyant, ...j 3 6 hurt traffic accidents .mis. f. o. fleming kriigmnn among holiday victims well-known hundreds holidays. confined hero by) brul es rnd severe lacerations sustained car, son, john wern riding, hit snowbanl overturned near flushing. (. escaped injury though car completely demolished thoy enroute spend few-days relatives krugman nve., chest injuries struck front,of early friday. rushed hospital condition reported serious. ho struck. lot voters. robe-t bulkley "apparently personification drought relief. orchestra 43 following publishing item old paper, brought to. nows-times doubt interest older amherst. story reporter dec, 31, 1887, as, follows: christening thursday evening 7:30 amateur began assemble residence mr, horn hold usual weekly rehearsal. 7:45 everything readiness, signal prof. oehl off beautiful strains "amacitla'march," by. qeo welgand, after short i programme rendered, con- listing pieces 'inking racket racketeering albert t. i-ui population figures county civil divisions district 1030 1020 township 6,649 5,102 2,844 2,485 south' 914 944 avon 1,826 1,460 lake 1,610 904 black river 29. coo 24,404 city, total 44,512 37,295 brighton ; 451 396 brownhelm 1,148 974 camden - 780 carlisle 3,299 2,128 25,633 20,474 columbia 1,141 988 eaton 1,382 1,144 grafton 935 900 26,759 21,705 .' 1,459 1,439 henrietta 800 626 huntington 665 521 lagrange 1,284 1,282 villago 498 s00 penfleld 561 563 pittsfleld 763 703 rldgovllle 2,419 1,869 460 444 164 167 russia 5,458 5,186 oberlln villago, 4,292 4,236 sheffield 19,041 15,245 2,751 2,750 2,235 2,245 sally seniick ihown looking edition shakespeare s plays, worth $do,000, treasure room boston public library. "twilight hour," overture: "at midnight," gavotee; "no. 36 march" "heart throbs." conclusion oehl, mysterious tone voice, annunced members friends present "there business hand." announcement cre ated curiosity female orchestra, young la dles crossed professor standing, stage whuper inquired; "who's going marrlcdt" fact ot rev. english aroused sus picion, such case players laid down instruments quietly awaiting further develop ments, anoth loio 4,597 2,106 29,305 28,883 426 1.10u 834 2,096 14,825 1,084 1,266 956 16,046 1,622 802 619 1,408 467 602 787 1,726 622 186 5,363 4,35 l,06f 2,719 2,131 christened, er effect that, maiorltv inuse noi aware ol it, "christening celebration" having, christened jubal orchestra" katie horn. sat repast pre. pared hostess. en joying supper adjourned parlor, appropriate speeches highly appreclat ed present. speeches, jokes, conundrums, etc. order, flew thick fast directions. evening's entertainment conclud deberlots violin arias talented lady violinist, horn, xmas seal sales reports $200; ober-lin christmas sale passed $200 prospects in, given tuesday. expected reach figures, however. stated. superintendent powers sale. quota set $6600, lo3s turned end amounting $1000 $2600. hal largest amount, $1200. exceed sale, $500, compared $400 proceeds seals used fighting tuberculosis, 80 per cent bolng loraln-co health council, 20 state. $4,300 collected county, conducting clinics. opens (in hank open .1 20. opened saturday banking payment taxes. until jan g. e. thomas collector vear $34,000 taxes, approximate unount. treasurer's mail statements payers immediately well rendered profusely nnnlflllrin1 nmnaiir then ,1 journed, thanks kind hospitality. organization juhal violins ii. wllford, carrie cooley, ella ba con, sam uacon. lucia harris, matls wnlcott. warren bailey. carl smith, huessner, ja cob baus. cello mr. campbell bass l.i cornets t). perkins, daisey agnes axtell. trombone lersch. drums sanders, par sons. planeste flora musical director fran- els legion fine soldiers' record post american recently secretary valuable books, records ex-service men. books compiled slate secretary, furnished set, comprising 27 volumes contains names man or woman military service during war, complete cf service, including organization, promotions, battles, people refer them, ohio's soldiers. ahs league season ridgeville gym improved school's basketball op-p onont. itldgevllle's past strong, backers predicting turn fortunes belter. mheisl's style, havo shown basketball. games ragged, whole shows promise. probable liss gamo center, coach llutzberger drilling him patiently opened, lie green, unaccustomed both large results coach's apparent, tall boy likely remainder season. guild bark forward, effectively, accurate shooting adapted. team's annual battle locals, fans seo action. divided ruiii'ti'i'iitli knlilli-d lctrn itcprcx'iilallm' i'mler nvh' census task statp legis-laturf almost certain faced carving congressional districts aro 22 ohio, : result reapportionment basis completed piilo gains congressmen. unless measure providing repealed modified session congress, becomes mandatory upon states realign march 4. boundary 14th includes medina, portage summit counties ertain changed, reported. congressman francis seiber-ling's congres&ional popu lation 500,000 1920, showed 1930 census. 22nd. served chewier bolton. united states. 750,000 embraces cuyahoga geauga counties. seems quite 22nd dls trlcts figure reapportionment. hoard education meets board meeting monday evening. or-ganl7ation meeting, officers elected required to- moot date law. postmaster exam commission formality fill vacancy position announced, request accordance order president, competitive examination. foster approved republican committee, examination must appointment made. jame?on same fob-ler. senate. applications ofllce 13, t931, term jennie coburn expired doc. candidates office. job pays $2,400. eligible examination, applicant citizen states, reside within delivery office, ,so resided least preceding receipt applications, physical condition, prescribed age limits. v,omen admitted. terms executive certify postmaster-general highest qualified eligibles, qualified, select nomination president. confirmation senate f eaamlmytlon scholastic tests, brft rated training experience. rivil inquiry representative professional women concerning experience, ability, character each applicant, assign ratings evidence secured. permitted appear might suggest political affiliation candidate. full information blanks obtained civil-service examiners commission, washington, d. a. postponed am herst men's association, scheduled january, monday, reason postpone ment education, 5. meeting. colonial ittlly kid" nkav ykar8 said dramatic escape history recreated king vi-dor's "billy kid," playing mack, brown, blllv. relives talkie fa.- ihuus una aesperaie aasn ior vrea-cue lincoln. lff.m. jail notorious wm. bonney 21 reputed "most dangerous west." double white hell pltz palu" czar broadway" featured pictures show- sat-; urday. former picture was' months' alv arnold fanck, director. graham mcnamee fflves remarkable vocal dramatization betty compson leading broadway. plavs conne colton, club dancer. unusually strong ture, gives ample oppor tunity special talents. "war nuusk" x., nurse" woman's ide locations "add greatly color atmosphere nf realistic 'he romantic scenes june walker, star, robeit montgomery, divorcee" dip house," french vil-lase built trees banks smoothly flowing stream. section somnolent rural france duplicated detail, old-fashioned wooden water wheel.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-01-01|
|Date of Original||1931-01-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-01-01 14 5|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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