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'vy librae m amherst; " -.' sohtharohert and ' ) brownhelm ft1 v i 3 14 vht 1imp vm w' ftwwwwrywwjwwwa ?,0 point ;, v,. proniptly if 9:00 o'clock this )d?f','5f '."1b a'mhorst. branch or !wtilo. ,loraln county -savinga & 'w-u trust company opened tor busl-.ipl' syffoi customers entered lire, apora aa they were opened, '.alld'thq business of thenow insti. jtitilon 'was o'fflcially begun. .tfils'dafe will go down in later history 6t amherst several .masons, one la that ft marks a definite the progress community can also io occasion as marie 'of distinction, since, so far .is. known, .this is first, ono under new state; law governing opening operating ,qf banks. we sincerely believe th6 people should -sup port institution. what- ever tnav have, our mlndthe week before trimmed ridge-regarding -fortnfcr bank, wejvl,le 54 to looked good should, look future, rather than' nt the1 past, act .accordingly,,- amtierst has park an institution strength absolute' reliability, but future growth amherst, needs two" banks lake caro its' needs. stbckholejera directors former savings bank are entitled word commendation. displayed great deal courage the, following its first efts-'ihg; worked .hard, diligently ,and honestly undo the" damage done by. tholr leader. circumstances werb "against tltem howeyer, forced admit defeat.. then-they" made possible, whereby btftilt came into facing 'lbss (u order give jie.w bank. there considerable lesson? sacrifices ifuf 'recent banking history. ..another' "chain store incident came- light' tljls when p asej j:ame mayor c. k. cooper for' adjustment set-jjement;. it' seems, local man bought t.bjsmp merchandise" at lorain ;chaln storje. he payments, payments not belng'-made suit store,- .action was ordered. r had "not according, tq c9ntract, -'wad'thub ?egally justified tak- inki'he course did, "although inasmuch tliq "man work- ins" s)w days mfcnth, .was jn no position pay more. :','tho cited out' rlgldness -chain stora. .method.-. fall behind, orders come from iieadqtuartera collect take" 'the anersbandlse, merchandise home, ; wh.ere his record nnd condition known," doubt would. i- -"have been treated accordingly, ',i;,ahdj would have allowed to. ,- .keep merchandise. fmay .be a- little cheaper 2 jtjuy out town the' chain stores 'first place, usually costs more long run. "i lot's buy n safe.' home ernd play v.- really looks war- s'-v-vcloud iwhlch hung over world '.j-eyer since armistice --ofgayin away. for time islnce- early last -1 century, france germany mailing friendly gestures toward each other. french ti ar.o beginning realize -".-m "of imperial ambition n' tnftig past germany, j that'' german actually tfs--', "bqffontrol their own' government, f' f.iprjtiq tliifi history, vh'jjjj'ii just human jir.y', peace-loving thorn-3"ieelves.- germans seem -j ih'a' understand lhat )v .. l'raucs hub utiun keuping up ner -'"higi army, anil' building her tine f frryi ot fnrta hnrq noa all fjnjcliaii solid' grounds fear r. mnvns'lnn -fil-sfm hfvnnd thft ruine 'sf nt"-anfinoment. happened ..yirlftb'lier four times hundered "fears, and, tbats, enough make ,.s-ariy nation nervous. ''whether anything ." .the latest "proposal league nations, put armaments military ........ nll .... ,. ka -.reaguo control tno ... :,legue- itself, nq su.'flcl ently informed emeaa. hut on "the xace'of it. sounds eyen serious' entertarnment sued ,4i ::' i.. 'injlnnhnri fha kjz 'the'war-llke spirit (oneer rules , vjburope threatens1 rfsfqc tfi- iiithai.wqrldl jl 40 b t mulwomeii nri chlldnw high opens season with 16-0 win outclass lights crucial stages score easy victory elyria night game friday wellington' 0, alumni 0. london 28, loudonvllle st. mary's 33, iudgevtlle norwalk st, paul's vermilion oberlln 7, elyrla 2. displaying unex pected places, general, all- around ability, high's 1931 football team upset dope .saturday turning back lightweights by 16 0,- llghttes here favorites win. was, game, impressive practice scrimmages seconds. however, surprised everybody including themselves. line almost year's veteran forward wall,- experience prove tough any schedule. only did open holes backs lunge through, held well defense. backfleld, depending largely straight football, gained consistently through lorain's off tackles three five six yards time, rolled 11 downs without use passes trick plays. could get downs. pushed touchdown about minutes after started. received, downed 10-yard line. szetto yards, hlser reeled ,12. taking ball 42-yard next two plays lost fourth down, ona lateral pass, threw .runner io3 10 30- yard baetz went center gulselman 5, krmtch 20. penalized 6 4 krutch 5 tin 8-yard score. blocked for- extra point. l'l.iy remainder period territory, neither threatened. ab ended, reenv- orcd fumble 20-yard third intercepted pa?3, moment again own 24-yard gulselman, thomas plays, wore another 3- lynrd baetz" yards. then took delayed buck. drop kicked extra- rest played middle field, having whatever advantage was. late final quarter, punted' deep being '5-yard endeavored punt danger, pusit blocked, am-hemt given safety attempted recover ball. basts .their showing friday, chance the. northern ohio athletic league, although medina js tho favorite title, seven tbelr regulars back' yean's powerful team. upon second beat 28 goes tl)e ely stadium, trouble winning, may be close. lineup: iioraln mccue lk naba"kowskl mcllvalne lt cox bunn lg alexander kiester g ....... andrews horvath ..-..jro schaejter f. urbanlf rt ..-.,.. bohley urbanlc re huber ---r q lee, hb ...... szeta hb' oulselmfin f'b ...j"....: 7,7" ,0 52 krutch, giiisel- man. points ter touchdo wn-v baett,-. campaign quiet political lrf village year quietest experienced some time. both parties conducting campaigns quietly, personal approach basis largely. democrats sev eral getogether' meetings, entire "party, democratic women's club. republicans expected during weeks voters polls' nor. 10. motors sunday akron friddle club; severe test locals schlbley current sunday, club opposing them. practicing regularly weeks, shape coming season. formerly bx-hlghs, well-known throughout ohio. num'ber years playing best independent semi-pro teams available, enviable record. 13 ma3e school college players. included lineup "peg" frye, member unl. backfleld parker scott, georgetown halfback school's punter clar-'ence kurd, w. va. wesley-an, "red" charlton, all-city half years. motors, 'appear strengthened considerably addition men, especially, wall like always powerful, strengthened, bhould show fans class car rying. among most noteworthy additions an? harold grugel, who coastguard bears two' years, armstrong, lorain. 'great pair tackles. -will at' begin 2:30. admission 50 adults, 26c ladles arid 10c children. entertain ashland collegians alwa($kbeen here. .motors hold sessions tonight tomorrow night. births born mr. mrs. leo spring street, daughter, hospital, saturday. joberlin saturday afternoon prospects fair kent state appears initial game. u considered tune-up along -fast ln years? and' pot easv oberjin a' number vet-eran jnemen"back captain" ransom center, palmer and... sbollenberger guards, hahi-amagkle. i' amherstlq., college- w.c.t.u. convenes annual meeting program church christ lorain! t. u. 'church tomorrow. members attend convention., a. jenne, vice president ganization. execu tive committee evening chapel church. convention proper sopens morning 9 o'clock. regular exercises take appointment committe"e8. greetings extended visitors, sponse mrs.. jenne. routine maltters disposed of, election officers held. session. deliver address; report world's, ronto mrs, l. j. dager elyrla; various prizes awarded: committees report's, 'miscellaneous transacted. main address con vention delivered session s. p. mc naught, superintendent anti-saloon music feature against centest barker locke half, henry sophomores positions year, coach butler surprise oberlln. followers "following gajne, meets hillsdale home. case wooster abroad,. western 'reserve 'akron- dentson abroad, wlnbj mt.. union oberllu' nov. thursday, oct. 1, concert so. aus pices south parent teachers' assn. auditorium 8:15 evening. song weavers, lorain, comprising persons. danceifa part entertainment. freshman squad donald ludwlg, am herst player, college. termed lot yedrllngs i've years." frosh varsity season, using opponents. ludwlg used backfleld. numerals awarded ik pick players end accompany out-of-town trips. co-operating celebration endeavoring further celebrating 200th anniver sary birth george wash ing district, congressman francis selberllng offered assist organization individuals planning participate occasion. assistance co-operation available all, that, feb. 22 26 americans unite1 honoring possible won appelatlon father bis country. while underlying aim united states commission charge 'in every locality arrange cele brations washing' ton bicentennial, offers guidance these plans programs prepared experts. place material hands prop er organizations dis trlct literature services. appropriate schools colleges, churches, patrl otic fraternal societies. pag eants. historical life .george washington, lines programs, suggestions commissions, other interesting data. count hearty response citizens my district," said .congressman district let themselves outdone ip in' tribute honor gratitude ington." young folks keep touch things send tiik.m th news-timim albert lieid 22,012 accidents 1930 employ ers reported industrial commission. caused pro ductive loss 06,011 days. recorkl found fatalities causing 30,000 days, 27 permanent partial dismemberment 15,403 impairment caus 3,900 466 which moro than 15,616 278 ircidonts loc3 1,032 1,443 medical cases only. record, janu ary july inclusive, shows 3900 456 time1 16,616 1032 1443 fiom tlmo 64,000 8 7,-050 228 7 total 7666 lost-time, 112 one- 424 703 cases. above figures do include construction county. employers think ol compensation paid injuries attention actual cost accidents. american tourists europe 1930, nearly equal "prosperous" 1929; marked ef fect international exchange, according experts tourist spent j811.000.000 abroad balance payments" released recently department commerce. thereby materially aided repay huge debts depression. present study covers whole range economic relations states, says foreword asst. secy, commerce julius klein, cover era turnover estimated close 117,000,000,000, abut jf,500,-000,000 month. 1929 $20,186,000,000. investments totaled $15,000,-000,000, significant revelations depression, dr. klein believes, "are those unparalleled, made" wanted sleeping room garage. ph. 6262. ltc sandstone organized tuesday evening, ;more 3u students attendance. classes started session, thursday evenings week. now english, taught m1r beatrice johnstone; french, miss kathryn murray; mathematics mechanical tlruwlng supt. powetb. bo demand named smooth parents work board education plan submitted athleric iihii: coinmmee unci me officials outcome e meet called matter team, subsequent bills. efforts bert edwards, particularly unfortunate bills resulting athletics, appointed, august nabakowski chairman, investigation, suggestions, them board. consists frank schneider, tom andrews, patrick ward georfee uraun. monday prolonged discussion, passed motion appoint association. nabakowski, braun andrews. turmoil seems stirred action physician sending ago thought taken care of. claimed unpaid 375. result kept oft until arrangements regard matter. task presented platform hoped aid co-operate school, same closer activities boys participate. expressed appreciation wil-ingness left $811, 000;000 despite depression opportunity foreicn debt ors counts obligations hero; persistence foreign travel expenditures continued increase country's monetary gold stocks under, conditions deemed 'unfavorable'." mo oment good. greatly curtailed, "our receipts interest, bond demptions amortization long-term repayments government's war loan account, reached tal $1,300,0001000." amerl-cant bonds security markets amount $360,000,000, purchase repatriation foreigners securities previously accumulated involved paymonts $806,-opo.oooi. america shown tojhave 'exported relatively small $29.0,000.000 capital, (continued page) world" doors public today co. takes sav'gs amherst's subsidiary co., ceremony, ready business. prospective entered, accounts, soma cash checks, ask questions acquainted, merely around. atmosphere prevalent room. wero charge, colors noticed, changes evidence. luterlor redecorated, failure plas'ter dry impossible complete redecorating, remodeled, conference rooms stairs personnel decided upon. employes retained, cashier chargo present, ch.-.rge. .for because inability remodeling. original expenditure $2000 repairs, workers progressed, much repair needed, between $3000 $4000. optimism evident smile (predominant expression. large neon sign stalled corner beautiful floral pieces sent friends. liquidating bank's assets going rapidly department. announcement yet date dividend. grace hubbard o. enrolled wesleyan university, delaware, ohio, fall. exception ihree represented student body, cuy-ahoca leading. cuyahoga 289 students. delaware county, located, 152, franklin columbus 64 thirty-two slates outside represented, columbia. pennsylvania, 116, heads list, york 67 representatives. michigan, 32, illinois, 26, next. eight countries itavo university year. switzerland, east africa, india, japan, korea, bulgaria, china canada. enters navy ijernard zlnk, son route 2, training lakes naval station chicago, where waa enlistment uncle sam's navy, zlnk undergo 12 lakes, learning fundamentals seamanship. completion 10-day leave, many trade conducted ships fleet coast california. sues fob divorce helen wallace filed roy gross neglect cruelty. they, married 1929. plain tiff ueks she restored maiden name smith. cuoib congrogational choir 7:15, orchestra 8: ib. si "' 5-' "'t -i '- y jt ,1- .'
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-10-01|
|Date of Original||1931-10-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-10-01 14 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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