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for high-grade job work at prices that are fair and reasonable, see the amherst news co. news-times goes to :very home !n amherst, south nnd brownhelm "the sandstone center of world" volume xiv, number '22 p., thursday, april 30, 1931 boys involved in salaries school employees reduced clean up week is now full swing five win scholastic honors automobile spree 77ie last stand 'h '"" ' k"d vim, back his germany, einsleln, great scientist, tehs what he thinks united states. "a land cooperative pflort," hp says, "quite different from our 1 udlvlduallstlc europe. everybody does team-work." not conception many people have america. we think europe as a hotbed or socialism it communism .and own country place where way without giving enough attention neighbor's problems. probably both points view right wrong. professor einstein saw, principally, unir men science, wonting gether laboratories universities. their methods may be much more co-operative than those common business, signifying any such widespread team-work good attributes whole people. well hear deal about facts warrant, because sensa tional fact most europeans go strictly business let other alone. dinner will interrupted, amos 'n andy changed 6 o'clock. yale professor- recently remarked there was no reason whatever existence small towns. editor new milford, conn., tlme3 has "called" professor, pointing out enly villages live community life which once comfortable free an- tfsmall towns today offer every thing real importance cltyoffers us inhabitants, city cannot give. i one c."n buy village stores eve-ythlng department offer, except, perhaps, flashy jewelry extravagant fure always tempting who afford them buy. movle,theatre same pictures shown seen on broadway, usu ally before broadway sees them. nobody but very wealthy can keep an york; few families one. only houses. nowhere town neighbors really old friendly sense word. when dr. schaeffer's uitients sympathetically tioned tho looked sad offered do something cheer him up, genial dentist merely replied: "you can't, hncniirb na lone: i'll -fo.oklhg down the- mouth." ..judged by standards practical ago, stanley baldwin ei-pre'mier england, done foolish, thine. .largei fortune 'vanished ;because stock .iron industry festei declined value xht sle .share ztc. inis iuui fish briton, face th ''debacle .which none better 'he knewjwas coming, ijsell jits shares they were "high, might gotten (out loss, decided istli-k.j" with $ad produced riches. he" reasoned some poor person fose vhls , moffey. how impractical! file actually allowed sentl--..mentto intervene cold-blooded proposition re- fused! toi desert crippled dustry 'because generations "''(he .name had heen associated it. foolish? yea, "magnificent foolishness engiheer! sticks throl-f'tle 4hen jump save l'lfe;( foolish foolish- nessvof captain the'shlp until man ; resctied,' wo just enoieh admire foollsh- nesst 'his. . thord re irsorf'to advertising de-;cld6" uage "quitting '"vsala." 'but printers' ink .-.raofe affective-as tonic " (- .... - temtialmlng nuia. :-. il ttoo talking soapboxes, mlntr contets' sams. contract removing rubbish baumhardt council improve elyria ave. also ray given hauling tubblsh clean-up here special session tues day evening. started today, continue entire covered. bid $35 job. all cans mubt curb, removed village. voted lease bryant quarry rear crandall road dumping ground. calls rental $75 year, additional $25 shape grounds clean. accepted melster brothers, lorain, repair elyrla avenue $2300. street improved concrete curb each side, resurfaced. this considerably below estimate engi neers, permit improving stretch planned improve, corporation line west street. property owners put ting sewer connections, actual repairing begin short time. condition amhetst's important streets bad pair. health makes report annunl statement itcvcals ac- tivity county bureau interesting roport been made lorain de partment covering activities dur ng lfi30. shows innartment active countv. elves fl ood idea scope partment. following items taken "outstanding 1930" report: six employes traveled total 48,000 miles doing work. three nurses 1073 visits, 949 259 tubor- ulosis 387 communicable l-iense 280, .llseaso suspect 78 ohlldren case 26 pre-school children 10 infant ase grand ug2 visits; assisted 6590 cliool examinations, 602 ichool talks, completed records inspections. sanitary officer 219 nuisance 381 food estab lishment 129 building inspections, 25 investigations suspected rabies dogs, 54 tourist camp 160 dsits morbidity survey, 31 miscellaneous visits 999 visits. bacteriologist analyzed 4400 specimens kinds laboratory, 1365 inspections re-inspec tions dairy farms milk plants. 46,000 pieces publicity distributed. 657 personnel (o 850 cases diseases reported 373 140 talks parent-teacher associations, clubs, etc. two fined $500 costs ltinerent liquor peddlers got mixed mayor c. k. cooper's court friday, sent jail serve sentence each. charles walsh j. b. heath-erly, akron. tried sell wares here, picked officers. car found pints alleged whiskey, quarts gin gallon alcohol. pleaded guilty transporting liquor, heath-erly charge possession. heatherly present hospital, monday fall bed, breaking leg. l'avl blt.vun high seniors elected national honor society excellence work, studies activities, announced record, paper. head list scholaishlp paul braun. average 95.5 four years school. don ald ludwig second 92.3, while thelma .mays 90.12. goo. innes william guild., activities. witness wreck went airplane between penfield junction night. thousands over jammed scene, roads directions blocked large cars. backs carnival local students staging benefit program athletic association friday evening bo history time staged bene-i association, he'.p defray expenses athletics doors open 7: ft) o'clock, general admission into gymnasium placed cents. main events there, although numerous side parts gym exhibitions gir's, gymnastic boys. addition act experts, stunts horizontal bars features. tim hlirh orchestra play gym. included features tea room telling, domestic science room; pools, house wonders, confetti stand, lunch counters, candy counters. extra feature black minstrel ty talented alumni. especially emphasized backers carnival. affair public, invited see- big event. colonial satcrdav jack oakle 'the (june muster' hilarious comedy un derworld, come dies. sunday ffra, haines tailor jinn" tuesday "girls demand excitement" el brendol strong cast. another unusual picture popular dc 15c tickets. rooster crows, .particular cronies, amherst's prominent citizens. matter wh ch wind blosw, gioup closely together. ip e brothers are, stead ast cause. left are: c k-cooper. m h rst's crusad mayor; "beany" wllker, eliminates roosters, nevertheless insists loyal son; carl becker, "boany's" chief headsman; john michael, fore-moat dry democrats; "oust" ot ahs turns rid6eville slug 10-to-4 victory boost league percentage .750 its record wins defeat added ridgevillo victims? locals -pounded ball hard score 4. local) accounted 12 safe blngles. guild mound locals, form. inning held lone run, a' seventh-inning rally runs. rldgeville could get hits oft delivery during game, tli'-m coming final round. mathes connected blows lead hitters, baetz, spgort hits. green gold plays first medina here. team hold winning 2 tol battle medina. make effort even count. next london comes harris field game. the1 box score: u ss 5 ludwig, 2b 4 guild, p 3 segert, rf .teaman, 0 o -in l mathes, 3b krutch, if rockwood, cf rolchert, reyno:ds, lb innes, gillman, cook, 33 itidgevllle ml bemet, van kamp, sayeif, lange, schmlttgen, walker, smltek, kuontz, schnecker, 27 il!n70 iloitilioii turkey egg' poults hale ye .maple tu-key kimn w. g. schaeffer, prop phones 464, 7882 crows? ftjnj ssiiiiiiiiiiiiissiiiiiiiiiiissiibsvskilh hopes slim spile encouraging reports brought effect joe jacobs considering training site fighter, max schmelllng. doubtful serious consideration. spent days inspect ing various proposed sites, jjul failed stated would announce decision generally considered these places: cedar point, connoaut lake, chippewa lake geneva. civil war veteran succumbs james blovelt dies complications daughter remaining veterans passed away, being called. died daughter, mrs. lien t. gawn, cleveland heights sunday. niovelt 92 age, county's oldest veterans. lived nearly long life. ho came york young. death duo complica tions, age. wfe preceded octo ber. surviving daught ers, bessie f. andress, lorain; sons, blovelt, gstiales washington, l. memphis, tenn., grandchildren grandchildren. funeral services conducted baker wednesday afternoon. rev. k eastman, pastor tne congregational church attended, officiated services. burial crownhlll cemetery. ix fliohida donald webb, former nows-times, spending florida. accompanied mother sister, st. petersburg winter. meats, nativities season tri-county gins weather permits opener thrown frigid weather, mlschka meats set onnoslna lr9t game under auspices trl.county league. considerable interest stirred league, larger crowds expected attend games year time, gets settled down. doped stronger clubs peak. played level team, player strength should chance taking measure nats. changes oneninir scheduled ber lin roster. goldthorpe tires io huron, eagles berlin heights. norwalk amherst-lorain starting 2:30 seriously ill miss valerie eppley, clinic, operation double mastoid. she showed uiiirht imnrnvement her remains critical. concert glee club eden semin ary, webster grove, mo l-lvn peter's evangelical evening, 5. concett ad mission charged. silver offering taken. add! tlnn dieces club, leader, prof. fred erlck pfelffer, several organ pieces, give talk. bryan, o., making plans remove hitching rails streets. slowly surely the' tide progress moves westward. followers v.iimunwuki. known "nuby," whose steadfast adher ence cause h.!3 questioned some, certainly happens aluminum one, soon rest top oberlln college's buildings, there. piece shops a. nabakowskl com pany rapia stnaes field, especial ly -welding, consid ered difficult business. misappropriate joy rides borrowing man's auto mobile, owner's consent, falso pretenses, result ed youths haul e. cooper tuesday. according officials, boys, characterized ring asked permission h. caves use ridgevllle grant ed, instead going back, boy crowd friends claimed become drunkeness, morning, question persuaded skip san dusky appropri ated car. noon, after turn home, jail. leased, lecture, probation. pro batlon provides must night 9 weekly port ders probation broken, immediately turned juvenile authori ties. round-up may7 examination urged authorities afternoon '(lint week, 8, beginning lit 0:00 wns unit younger examined parents eared bring annual summer enter board health, tentatively 7. start physical examination. object oppor tunity learn possible defects children's remedy pointed anxious best health. names department, notify within days, exact examination, details. part au thorities, co-operate, so everything further children. arrested intoxication officials persons intoxi cation week. badanek, avenue, s office issue complaint against member family told ten children, mem family, working. intoxication. imposed. arthur lampe, saturday .night toxication, assessed tine $15 $8.70. tolls vil lage, across erie ver milion, then distri bution point near birmingham fixed doc tored up. re-sale. present. horn, lakewood, visiting lucy horn pansy harris. cut teachers necessary revenue. per cent jurisdiction amhersfboard education thp meeting reduction revenue cuts expenditures along necessary, salary cut. funds available schools teceived past reapportionment of- funds, faced still avoid shorter term, decrease quality locnl schools. twenty rehired and-one resignation accepted. floyd moore presented music supervisor. wants take college, leave position that. opportunity working system, direct choir filled. hired follows: bond, grade; walker smith, second; keenan kaser, third; drechsler fourth; beller ehrman, fifth; peck, kelch mr. stauffer, junior high, hearn, shop; science; menz, art; murray. rice, crews, zilch, sr. high; steele, principal. vacan cies filled, including department. catholic charities ("iiinpiilgii promoted support institutions appealed rt. jos,eph schrembs, d. d., bishop honorary chairman campaign, drive city. parmadale, orphan primary objects cor poration, cares schrembs said: "this peculiar problems ever heed call oath ollc campaign care sforget father less motherless demands heavier normal times. needs remembered orphanage diocese, built upon future generosity diocese indeb tedness paid off. poration relying your generous help". opening charity practically organization workers completed. 12,000 organized throughout diocese. headquarters cleveland, laymen chartered laws state ohio purpose raising carry extend charitable, benevolent religious comprises fourteen counties north-eastern ohio. memberships corpora tion aided caring 1,298 532 dismissed orphanages, either return- a.i n nncimta rt a-,, nttlof agencies, adoptive boarding homes, hospitals treatment. branch offices partb end
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-04-30|
|Date of Original||1931-04-30|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-04-30 14 22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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