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iii iiik.iiji.ii.il u.&u' ;tiie'ne'ti ge,to ?:very home in amherst south amwk and for high-grade fob work at prices, that are. fair . reasonable, ee ' the new co. hk nd volumexiv, number 49 amhersttq.. thursday, nov. s, 1931 'the sandstone center of world" " 'r- ft? be ft .ft 5 di4 fiem 4 well,, election is over, even to shouting, we will have ,i a ,new mayor, as well num-5 'ber other new. .officials, -next two .yearb. -there were manner ot headaches, probably, when final returns announced, but they soon disappear,. one satisfying features was large vote cast. only' by can choice ot. people really known, it all desired, .not. few. not long time has village stirred up so much interest asthls one. on streets until midnight waiting returns, another' indication widespread interest. next year almost council wjll take burrlen running there every reason "jelle.va' ithat affairs 'will go same past.. officials elected shown liaat experience capacity' tor municipal administration business, no radical change need expected. .all over country showed -the "dissatisfaction "unrest conditions exist today, such always are laid 'door party power. x continuation upheaval may looked na-' tlonali. elections year, further advances democratic unexpected. democrats come into power, especially national affairs, face tremendous problem. responsibility. upon their shoulders placed ... ...... , .onuj lui du lulls. nuuuuaii ut.l-lnost responsibility boiv- ,, played frequently, lorain teams ing economic problem, since blame depression 'at feet republican party. n extras thd city papers 'streets predicting results with only very small percentage recorded. clevland paper early 9 o'clock, heralding resultj bare or' three', thousand votes counted. what could more remote from thfr truth? m moratorium mortgages been suggested an eminent cleveland .pastor, believe he' made good suggestion, that' doubt operation some quarters. great majority cases mortgage's protected prop-orty worth than calls- tori holder protected. give mortgagee half chance he meet his obligations without loss anyone. these unusual times, methods must iput play concerned, farmers watched considerable elation rise wheat prices during last tew days, qne brightest signs yet ap pear business upturn. price quoted 70c yesterday, while this- encouraging item .farmer, hardly any benefit most present time, few held higher this year. afford' to, them dire money. seems another case someone else making money farmer worked for. however, george'' hollsteln remarked, "it make think do better year." thanks i 'am exceedingly grateful voters .vo'te which received tuesday mayor. expect conduct outlined my platform previously published, hope end years satisfy peo pie tha done so. e, c, stiwald colonial fiud.w, saturday lew ayres-ln "iron .man," sunday) monday gary cooper .carole lom bard" "i woman, wll rogers "young ,ou "feel," merchants vs. motors sunday powerful team opens series amherst-lorain games easy trimming tiffin first game season between schluley- county scheduled ror local athletic field. attempts being schedule teams, elyrla ex-highs. merchants, surprising opponents its strength. week outfit stand-off nativities, neither able score. coached joe uhejhll, -former ohio state university player, where lie string guard. lineup lest players lorain, including high's champion high school grid-ders. protiable starting as- follows: kachur 150, ursic 105, ends. kalb 170, szekely tackles. levlt 200, lumber 190, guards. w. audorka 180, center. tom nlckolette 155, quarter. l. 160, nagy 185, hb. j. ucka, 165, full. reserves santy p. ucka halves, jim chaszar full, klssell quarter, julius bochlck ends, kalapos keder tackles, miko fabian guards, homola nats, bdt nats strong enough keep scoring. priming themselves upset traditional jlnz ....... f nn lnnr, i4l.t.fvl. here invariably win. stronger team, out domination. motobs 30, o - real football way hand highly touted drubbing 39-to-0 complete masters situation way, single down 'visitors reg ister. -motors 14 downs. practically kof halt punting duel, largely mid break came period nearly it. sharp recovered fumble tiffin's 45-yard line. hutton, gleason schriner got under giving ball, went touchdown, scoring 4-yard hutton scored second touchdown 6-yard line culminating march 60. pass, score 13 0. thevsecond mo tors had ball gaining will, passes playing important part. pass 18 yards marker halt, al through tackle second, 26 added six points block ed punt that-armstrong recov ered behind goal run 3-yard lineup: gormley lb ..... wahrer armstrong lt kinney, pozone lg jarvls brucker g walland schmltz ug amlln theumbllng rt cook schaeffer ue kyman q .. borer hb brick'ner reed olson fb stoner subs: towner, sharp, hen- son, sharp. notice locks installed gates buildings' outdoor life assocla tton grounds. meeting board trustees. agreed keys should sued members dues assessmets paid full july 1, 1932 amhersa lifek e anilit-i-st assn aniirh haiti.rh we' haul ashes call tolr detaitg 0 pur eervlce. s. e. cnuha, phone 651)2. jtc k. oh knights .pythias big social night lodge room. lunch served, p.s (nvited. blocked punts put fight, visit-ors braun plays winners led wellington's winning margin saturday. 7 except those breaks, coach hearn's boys football, vand fine carrying george wellington, would least visitors even. thorn side locals afternoon, tho halt. seemed unstoppable, several occa sions away touchdowns. defensive baetz factor holding down. amherst, period, recovering 32-yard unable gain, attempted punt. kick blocked, wellington 40. tumble lost 8 yards, punted amherst's 25. after exchange punts, bail own 28, drive netted 25 held, dropped back kick. again rolling line, recovered. three four remaining distance accomplished lght plays, braun, going tun tne nine-yara tripe. braun's place extra point good. s ter ritory, dde beautiful 2-yard 35-yard lacked power advantage op portunities. am- herst beauti ful passes, thereby kept game, otherwise mates fray. third kelleher, took wel lington's 12-yard 2 fourth gave 20. baetz's nice bounds also aided keeping defensive. downs nine six. ridgeville rldgevllle, vermil lion 6, comes effort add win her record. sure league. record won lost. london, upsetting me dina decisively week, stands excellent title. blg return ner, although improving fast. huber le ray nabakowskl ..hendrlckson blackford itadosevlch andrews c ii. jackson turner rg pleasnick bohley whacker brown re saporlto krutch kelleher gray gulselman rice f' edwards, alexander, schaeffer, b. henson, schultz, beres, burnett; johnson. births born mr. mrs. raymond em hospital. henry raesler daughter, factory worker bald, "my securing employment telephone. company calls who telephones. cannot afford bo cost less' seven cents per day;" telephone years, learned? albert t. reid explains minor accidents engineer says employes realize expense incur h. m. schnerer safety engineer, division hygiene, industrial commission employers frequently say, "we never accidents," statement terms serious accidents, realizing involving medical treatment often causes increase insurance rates. type employer feels necessary him anyj plant activity. our records show 50 d)r medical, hospitalization nurs services. cite compay exact having claims involved $1800' compensation, $11,000 services rendered frequent accidents. fully comprehended immediately steps combat codltlon. installing committee arriving understanding doctor. potential major accdents statistics proven 330 you fatal accident, 30 accident week's each employers' workman's rate based individual experience, behooves ellmlnatte from: receive merited reduction rate. companies already or ganized. far too number. inhuman, costly. disrupts morale, raises production, product consumer, lowers plat efficiency, shows lack proper moral responsl- unity part ployer. anxious aid organizing plants safety. undertakers scene district funeral directors' assn. tuesday. officers time. con rad zilch charge arrange ments. turkey dinner main ing. housework wanted ex perienced lady, practical nursing. 167 n. lake bt., news-times. fined $25 caught coon pelts premises, leo kallszwski, lives near henes greenhouse, costs mayor c. monday. pay fine, ib serving jail. arrested deputy warden holcomb, obtained warrant found hay loft kaliszwskl's barn. pleaded guilty first, and, according officials, endeavored shift younger brother. variety that's stuff- nuby frank mlschka, specialist boneless sausage. dear frank: heard "f'lgures don't he, liars surely figure." wise men learn fools fellow men. actions idle talk fool's mind bare; whereas man wisdom shrouds thoughts silence expressionless face. tool lived say day thing alike, because everybody marry wife." isn't answer. know bird, and. thought married him. trusting soul chance, or,-in words, man. homelier neighbor's dog, harder get along queen bungalow. worse, odds 16 worse. mark twain said "differences opinion horse races." if knew wouldn't bother. makes elections, lawyers, french pastry, golf, estate, ;tock markets, stud poker. smoke cigarettes, all. wear hats, woman mun she saw husband, might create complica tions. girl candy, tat ready. no, it's is. your competitor best friend nvrn politics, enemy smites right cheek, turn left. tries well, left, too. anyway, glad alike entirely different. competition business! everyone buy roofing sheet metal work. faithfully yours, a. nabakowski awarded road job werner zilch, build er, contract commis sioners. he-was employed im prove crowley grafton township his, bid $2948, bond issue fire truck proceed plans modernize equipment opera house reaching completion passed ordinance issuing bonds durchase truck. residents protest measure, reading. now regular modern department protection property against ravages fire. expected months before finally purchased. legal requirements, inspection equipment, demonstrations, etc., consume assessment appear taxes 1933, thought. estimates repair submitted town hall committee, investigating matter. the. needed improvements tractors, reported method false ceiling, beams bol ster weakening roof. steel celline installed, decided. estimate approximately 1200 work, celling reflntshlng walls. instructed trustees, improvement jointly. order honor due, voted dispose secur ity funds amount $3500. hands bank- ng department, released redeem required selling par, finance given authority sale. round off corner intersection est avenues, fol lowing complaints cor ner abrupt dangerous. brownhelm dies flebach, 50, dead bed late brownhelm, death caused heart trouble. survived sister, william hennlng helm brother lorain. heldi tuesday, burial maple grove cemetery vermilion, rides mayor's office entire ticket defeats voles; republicans survive landslidejhuge puts column summary tup b 198 245 215 177 viiiiiri' uu-ik miller 208 173 schulz 178 228 total 133-576 190- 582" 191- 644 117-523 vllliik" trc:iur'r kuss 206 280 171 656 hauer 118 marshal mays 312 292 smith 82 117 132- 421 220-824 83-282 190-632 140-693 164-686 164-562 158-553 158-542 140-534 133- 475 124-457 127-422 113-403 85-395 226 217 cromwell -1.. 189 264 barber 205 kane 213 185 lalilff 225 170 hearn 158 michael 179 lawless 188 154 baker 134 199 sablers 137 tompkins 146 144 becker 141 169 (if public tolhurnt 221 190 186-597 193 162 168-523 .miller 155 157-491 166 197 111-474 wragg 194 101-472 152 200 104-456 hoard education nord 59 169-687 ponton 65 2013 239 160-667 bauer 37 207 156-669 cotton 97 252 182-744 hadaway 60 151 117-480 aklns 110 123 88-370 trusters tolhurst 83 250 174-720 76 222 162-687 lapp 101 219 149-663 whlton 71 159 141-664 brandt 40 186 133-513 clerk moebtus 223 146-691 plppert 34 107 121 108-370 constable 302 336 237-982 white 61 135-570' 149 143-649 justice pence 86 209 246 145-685 68 195 188-674 smythe 57 249 153-647 engle 80 181 154-638 $7,500,000 102 230 153-711 yes 70 70-238 rural 23 snyder 1... 20 richmond 19 books library shelves library, reading courses. list adams-life of. wm. shakespeare antln promised land. babcock interpretative selections schools. canfield hlllsboro people. cather shadows rock. fabre fly. gale--friendship village. glaspell allison's house. ureene dick byrd, air explorer hammond magician science lagerlof marbacka. meadowcroft boy's edison. morley essays phllpotts grey holyvaag giants earth. sarg book marionette plays. shay fifty contemporary one- act skinner footlights spot lights. huckelberry finn. wallace lure labrador wild. story grentell labrador. walters puppett shows. wells days comet webster daddy legs. daniel boone, wilder ness scojit. bridge san luis rey. wilkinson voices. legion card elmer johnson post auxiliary american wednesday, nov, 18, bridge, 600, pedro pinochle played. prizes winners, refreshments served. regu lar session frldajt evening. presided .over officers. 'no trespassing" sale news following ac tive campaigns recent history. unusually heavy balloting, returned electing candidates ticket. included victories earl stiwald, defeating narrow 6 votes. closer 11 votes, carried precincts, own, 43 a, cooper's precinct, 17, 68. stlwald's 682 576. raid offices allle kuss, race treasurer, robert charles hearn, council. council-men dr. barber, lahlff. ran top venture 632 693 republicans, swept office, slate r. tolhurst, elected. re-elected walter mays, marshal, polling 824 282 opponent, smith. candidate either g. 687 667 penton, 'who second. replaced lapp. ward re-elected. moeblus flold peace 685 674. 647. cast, 1169, cast presidential elec tion. normally com munity, sldo na tional election, ashierst john schaub fred engle. harold allsop clerk, townsend continued trea surer. councllmen garland, moser, nickel, thompson, wagneit martin spring er. meacham defeated jones marshal. purpose purchasing barely defeated, lacking 601 majority. 112 109 against, weds vermilion friday miss florence hopkins princi pal wedding hopkins, daughter mrs, f. m, franklin avenue, became bride erwln bachman, wedding. rev. eastman officiated, using ring ceremony. edna sister bride, acted bridesmaid. rockwood served as, lillian eldred elyrla. service, reception 35 immediate families. couple left honeymoon south, reside vermilion. graduated school, member eastern star congregational church. groom graduated, brown-helm evangelical church .there, frut grower. 3 gas heating stove sale, cheap. mcqhec, ph. 7494. 509 st.. k res :es h .ho 'ill i. -hi rd .d ,d .11 r 1 't:-.i';i' rsij
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-11-05|
|Date of Original||1931-11-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-11-05 14 49|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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