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news-times t vj x.l.ftjljlvy the amherst new. co. x xi r, ivimjccv5 jl ft .v- m.- it a -5 . ics kir .1 rv 'rruf fluke ' vnr i wnqw thnl hummel 4a horn (n fe4ii. "i?.'fearte6'c wltli tho wide often ,wln- daws, wif are .hearing ,a great aanjf'h'omiilal1ta against ra' ,., .tft'cc, -the .complaints not direct- ud 6q much at radio itself, as n'thc operator, and result ol radios being operated wflh-too mueli volutne. late model .radios,, with their dynam - lc"bpeiil(ers, hav,e ability of ca'rrytng long distances, considerable" an annoyance to r v "lielghbftrs w'h jri, -titrned on tod jnuctu.- .-,. iivp do" believe 'owners teallz that they are' an-joyine anyone, or what extent noise .carries. has jieeti our experience the- best ''.results obtained less vol-:.uine, that1 if those who tusvd large volume would give ji trlalv they.' would" find fsanie- tq bo true, n'nd the? same time be relieving .arohnd "xh'em this annoyance. v- 'visitor from mars have hard tlme accepting , -reliability of.' man-if he compared statements put out by na- tlonal. political partiesj '.the difference between busi-'.nes's'man failure is ".business -man money ,.,vith which pay his debts "jj'the fa(lu?e lias good excuses for paying, --' .'senator ackerman's proposal repeal state prohibition enforcement jaws reached petition stage, and, .last week jiu'mber petitions were dlstrl- buted .to certarn sections state: "is yry probable ,200,000 signers will secured without effort, the, voters be' glven chance vote on. in loember. under -ackerman amend--m'jnt, .state machinery annulled, 'he.-burden pf up federal gov.ernment. uri-j derthls amendment, passed, : ,tlie thousands dollars fines go .government, since' cases ;id -tried .under federal. jaws. '-- -a, many peoplerwill 1 "fov'.the. no doubt, believing" b6'-avote liquor, whldh far. truth. there a- deal wet propaganda going rounds, making it, appear though sen-t (im'ent changing toward return legalized liquor. is- due to. j.iio- fact .wets active", drys ar'e' largely- inactive. .the" interests, baclied the", brewery owners," havq dl-tect monetary interest the'prohibltlon laws, since open highly -profitable business, mind, easy see why so' effort expended '. "wets. pn 'other hand, the' haje only humanitarian inter- est matter. got 'they-worked 'so get, now 'are resting thelroars, it,-were, "waiting something happen. like huge python eat meal, -. (hen sleep until hunger re-.tunis, we predictions as. final outcome fight, ibut one thing certain, when shoiydowjl comes, lin harness, wets "that 'they arfc fighting grpup. of' pacifists. .7, health dept report director'!!. o. southard, m. department health, states during past month was dally average five smallpox ohio.. 4,28 measles reported knows which- physicians never saw. june thus far, shpws little improvement. dtrec-to'r southard also reports .ijo- tourists camps distributed oyef 24 counties been approved district commissioners. " colonial kiiiday, saturday lawrence tibbett ''the prodigal." sunday, sionday ifamon navarro 3daybreak.' rasiiay ': ,sum -.summervllle. erica th"lrv." j 2 'see -am-, $58,000 collected taxes books 'close here, but may paid court house 'july 20 tax closed further collection locally, total $58,002.49 collect ed savings & banking company period 'closed last saturday. wnlle collections here far below year, bank flcials amount vicinity remain unpaid time, slips amounting returned auditor's office unpaid, small portion paid' direct, however. scheduled paying nearly over, county officials announced payers had not" given another 30 tlays escape 10 penalty imposed tardy payment. auditor charles kelser stated anyway tor days,- accept payments penalty. kelser'a statement followed refusal part' commissioners extend period, stating additional .time advantage ers. any extension mean delay december taxes, reappralsement pro perty, immense extra work caused thereby, enough. people could pay, where unable all. contrary usual proceedure. amendment text made public proposed re- pcnl all laws hibition ohio circulating pe titions some "of state. backed senator ackerman, cleveland, ohio. wets. will, successful, constitution adopted 1918, crabbe miller enforcements keep intact local option laws. follows, practically nullify jaws, task -enforcement forces: "no law shall passed general assembly prohibiting manufacture, sale, furnishing, transporting giving away intoxicating liquors, nor such heretofore enacted qeneral 'effect. "schedule. "if adopted. take effect immediately, ssc-tlon h, article xv consti tution, its present form statutes thereunder, repealed." referendum must contain names 200,- 000 voters, anstlf submitted next november, tiled secretary about first august. want election held november. others november do either fearing dry forces too strong ovor-come. former girl weds miss carrie kreeger, girl, married sunday hollywood, cal., merle drumler, los "angeles. ceremony performed home her sister, mrs. clyde lauhter, bride daughter hannah south ialn .street. she 'went california eight years ago nurse trespassing v, l. rash, property, .along "crownhlll. drive. violators lie 'prosecuted. 3tp. 44-hour p. workers government civil service employes 44 hour week, beginning july 1, postmaster b. e. foster thl week. order inaugurate new system shorter hours curtailing way. asked postofflco ad ditional substitute so can into otherwise, lo curtailed, full-time working 48 hours. 44-hotlr means eacn ot get half day off each we'ek, prder present' point', places, short help off. attended trl-state postmasters' association convention ashland, ky., third assistant post master spoke. two boys die motorcycle crash youths killed hits automobile speeding claimed death friday youths, ernest eberhardt, 23, walter gaumann, '21. according motorists road crashed automobile, driven f. goss, lake-wood, while attempting pass car. officers said apparent goss' car well right hit head-onv accident occurred near ilidgeville. gaumann riding rear motorcycle, body was, found later, located thicket 50 feet point collision. double funeral monday afternoon st. john's evangelical church, rev. c. schmidt officiated. twelve members swiss iodge, 'deceased members, pall bearers. interment evergreen cemetery. eberhardt brother amherst, other relatives live switzerland. commits suicide michael n'agel, ,34, dough's quarries, takes own life despondency because 111 cause 'ot nagle, hanged himself night home. was- 34 old, lived clough's quarries. south, 'quarry worker. 8-year-old jumping rope, sent play. .she hanging rope. surviving widow, josephine three children, michael,, jr., 10, marjorie, 8, florence, 4. h(s father john brothers, daniel west james sisters, frank meeker, o'- brlan, misses nora margaret lee grill brownhelm, rites zilch's home, tuesday eischen, pastor joseph's church officiating calvary athletic club monthly meeting hold regular business evening rooms bank. special transact ed, every member is" present. called 8 o'clock. chiefs meet entertained; mrs, r. ic. sehaeffer of. schaef- ter cottages tat' beaver- park. "in. nature picnic, o.,- thin ara picking -cy ted drown aw ?lve w bottler fmxfrna ui churches join congregations 5 towns lincoln park annual observance evangeli cal lorain park, stop 48, lorain, sunday. following event, peter's paul's, elyrla, emmanuel, valley city lorain. these es totaling 2000 people. morning convene 10:45. ztfttllng speaker music furnished union choir 60 voices direction floyd moore. picnic dinner served noon social afternoon, various sports featured. four o'clock, vesper ser vice ttorney william hasselman, speaker. o fined counts herbst, $25 costs using fictitious license plates car, intoxication arraigned charges before justice h. watts, card thanks wish' thank neighbors, friends, thoxe loaned cars, minister, kind helpful duilng recent sadness. george hansman world. .rent modern, 15 acres hay sale in-forest st, call mischka, quire henry brandt, phone 429. 5823. 70-eoot wyoming brontosaurus mounted yale rht skeleton, tht- urgtit aninul vtr rotmtd ctrtb hat fcttn pltctd dlipliy peabody .cum.. prof s. lull, director museum, sundlnf difmtly "thunder llrard.1' thursday, 25, 1931 focal masonic lodge observe al congregational church. affair bodies. masons invited attend service. to: body. named agent opera mary o'neill wilson named, handle ticket cleveland stadium grand mommoth air civic season cleveland's summer 28 tp aug. 2. seats available residents. tickets repertoire includes "alda," cavalleria rusticana," "la gloconda," "carmen," others. prices lowest ever set scale projected season, 25c $2, box (5. profits milk fund press, newspaper sponsoring outdoor season. listed among celebrated world-known stars season's leading roles helen gahagan, anne roselle, elda ve-ttorl allda vane, sopranos; alcock, dreda aves, henrietta wakefield coe glade, contraltos; ralph errolle, pas-quale ferrara rag-glnl, tenors; pasquale amato, mario cozzl, greek evans, mar-tlno rossi miller, baritones; gutdl guldo wolfe, bassos. selected metropolitan, chicago civic, philadelphia companies over destroyed fire so, blaze causes village council consider purchase 0f equipment sat urday worked vain save residence leonard, east main street. building completely destroyed. inadequate cope situation. along arrived. loss placed $6500. started, determined, although thought started attic. parsing motorist saw smoke coming roof, notified nearby merchant, turned alarm. stirred souu am- herbt action modernizing equip ment. committee' investigate needs, inspect neighbor ing departments. meeting, expected action. enrolls u. william- a. purcell, enrolled til quarter stall- university. taking workyieccs-sary entrance dental school. farewell mr. j. avery dorothy vivian earl, dallas, tex. spent several days here. "the sandstone jso. uncertain project progress doubtful contemplated postofflce still very tentative revcnled considerable doubt exists whether neighboring uu time. understood post-office look favor project'. should established there, almost certain number residents mall rural routes amherst. regulations .the .privilege retaining theyi desire it. clause covering particular point. expressed intention continuing service, rather than alternative opened, forced mall. standstill. connection proposal, rumored reduced class seems unlikely offices thru-out country different classifications, effective i, changed 11 hardly least. bellevue demoted, second office. pioneer resident succumbs hansman, 86, dies after 67 lost street 3:30 age 6 years. born germany came america nineteen remainder recently 65th wedding anniversary. janitor 27 care taker town hall known liked one. deceased man thorough conscientious work. job, him, leaves mourn loss, wife, phllllplne; sons, elmer elyrla arnold chicago; ten children nine children. services o'clock wednesday preceded private street, itev. holll-ger, officiating. burial charge conrad zilch inventive genius legislators sorely taxed necessity inventing taxes. ragles cebula, 2b machock, ss ... rannow, mcmann, ct wragg, c schroeder, lb forbush, 3b clowson, rf sharp, p totals ab h po k ( .41110 3 0 4 u .40150 .4 13 .40110 35 9 brown, schrlner, hutton, berk, cf becker, gormley, f bartlome, .. 31 eagles 000- 100 030 .001 001 base s rlner. hit- brown. stolen bases sharp 2, wragg. sacrlfaces forbush,-berk. left b, balls ujartlome struck 4, bartlome 9, pitcher, (brown) (rannow). center world" fables game shakeup lineup elyria huron, tires play tie bests pitching duel down meats baseball fan welcome announcement halt tri-county league. sun fresh minds fans, larger turnout witness battle roster officials. sammy syrowskl bill guild added players, norwood "bud" hearn signed coach. syrowskl, shortstop rain nativities, transferred activities fill hole infield weak, 'both offensively defensively. sam fielder, hitter. used short, schrlner moved sec ond. fine combination teamed up. largely utility. showed high school team, developing teams representing able erase minor detects more harmonious aggregation. tib huron gold- thorpe the. league standing clubs w. pet. .800 .600 .400 .000 goldthorpe nativities berlin heights sunday's results 2-. 14, 1. '6, 3. title. played opening na tivities heights. go" wakeman red caps. rest schedule follows: 12 bye. 19 goldthorpes rain. 26 hts, there. lose bad inning responsible defeat sea son chalked mischka meats, gave them record wins losses, divided' scoring runs eighth inning, back harris field score throughout, plenty spite scarcity of! hits. archie teammates tour seven innings, weakened total. opposed mound star athlete, meat player. .great form, limited locals six aided excellent support, occasion pulled tough diving catch clawson. score, pushing across run down, safe rannow's error. singled, brown fouled catcher. lined double, archie. then, men third, clowson committed act robbery hutton's liner ending inning. cut catch. next, acore singles walk. sixth nice triple center, scored schrlner's sacrifice fly.. then cebula single just reach, machock dropped (continued paga) 1:1 n 7
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-06-25|
|Date of Original||1931-06-25|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-06-25 14 30|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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