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: wm to; if .v- .1 hs-'i? thll ' a' i. fk'h ?wt. vt -mi in- rtih iniriff 11 futilnfiiiii-ii ilf i filii . '-f ri -' ; 'mfimr t&m 7 fitied&loo hie subjects accumulate pro- they, died the &i, property reverted to vine crown, iwte ,uilierlyliig)'theorj? of; lnh'erl- a.. - tancetddayjltf- much, same. a ue'sul inah pwns nothing, but na-llidiisiiti'. bttttfes by, law' permit him to'.mako will telling how , k -iw he' wantb his property' distributed, niter ha'has passed away", and in the'.absence' bti will, law spec)-, fjy.that 'his .relatives shall have ths property. r f j -taxes .on inheritances, are 'fairest ol'vll taxes. they "take nothing from any living person vhlch that has earned. except, tor reasonable allowances for- widows, dependent children, there is no sound social or economic objectloh inheritance taxes running up high percentage of estate, on estates pvpr given value.. 'would be ,no complalnt about heavier except; from. the. heirs very rich.1' it fs not socialism, good' americanism, let fivery man accumulate, just as much he,- can earn while' he lives, tako pains 'that nobody gets muchr'money hasn't earned; r'jj' yy.-,j.irthls -much lon " l1 .farmers m '' 'planning rainy 'weather continues longer it's gonna make late with their spring bruce barton .remarkable knack for putting, punch "every hne writes. tn-r.biance, here's advertising theory: "you can't advertise to-,day quit, tomorrow., you're talking to. mass meeting; .you're parade." vt? bays theman barber 'shop: '-'i got uneasy my- -.,'tself-the other day started .'a'i';make, wherr ;iuke, win, dui wnerr thinking, remembered already'had everything ma's "nanre except the'defits,. c '.- i"the year,is dying dle.'r f, we echo tennyson's vords: s6 far jis we, concerned, anybody 19 31 wants it.' "we all through it, ana ore thankful that, it' been" tough year, but,, after "all, still survive. may may. been the, worst year,, from, point view,. american history. some say- that. was, think x .that had worse. were, worse years don't remember them. -the important thing now la foo'k ahead see whether 1932 soing io do oeuer ana, sewes 'make better.. one thing, that1 most people dropped idea easy way get money without vovklug it. ,, .all' to, thp good. early t v eettlers right i4" 'idea,-' sr -0na .theflrst rules .laid down '.for, piigrlmajof plymouth was s'.'they ithat hot work !: '."ngi eat.' admonition, ln-,'deed, goes back farther than ,,r.vuiat jyou find first v-''chapter book genesis. 1 ylt seems us )''.. '.pretty well over tho foolish notion"1 people, 'vdlscovered beat v. no, doubt ",iwlli'stiu year com- spared 1927. every-' hypb' isn't going change ixyho fetter new year's day. 'havrf'.to vork our -way stage where everybody who 'to .work' chance work; speak bo getting something "working must little 'harder pay1 off debts (t.'0 ran boom times, thatapplies individuals, state? national government .alike. keep ex'e'nse down, al gpc3 fpr gotornmontj, individuals.' w'p. thln'k popple aro watch, national, state, county munlcr their' ext cj -- pen'dlturoa more .closely thari haye accus- 1. 4 n ',the..'electlon 'next novembpr go-jlng't'o b'e,,determlneir largely ifp-tou their, success in" .cutting' unheccossqry .expenditure jltb- iwu&ywg.ioo. neavx, puroen oi set back, powerful pennioils tuesday, k. p. thursday locals display fine attack defense nabakowski hoofers fur ther demonstrated cfiss by turning two lorain entries past week impressive. scores. biggest feat trimming toraln pennzolls, regarded lorain's best squad, local gym last night score 29 20. the' roofers had' an time winning lorain" team at by- 32 16. hoof era start ed strong, lead 8 3, finishing pe riod witha 9 6. this soon wiped out, however, began slow up, half ended dead lock 13 all. during game defensive o'ne, neither opening play rather so-so. second halt opened, both sides also spectators warmed up. toward end of' game, rooters click, became run away, although fight end. hutton guild crashed thru nice shots give .pennzolls could take away. later dribbled points. skolnlckl counted when loose under basket, third .period carek slipped shot 17. .frorn nolnt wab lust axrnatter big roofers' would be, pos- sesslon ball time. long shot, sharp, hutton, menz each" registered foul shot. field er, added points, two-shot for1 roofers" final fitzgerald a. ur- slc fielder saved being shut out period. doyle 12 points led scor ers. made five six shots. lineup: g p 5 guild, rf 3 gormley, 0 menz, 2 s 20 hutton; rg m. lg totals i'tiinzoils urslc, carek, .if skolnlckl, radman, b. faris, rg' mcconlhe, fitzgerald, evening lo rain completely outclassed the" team, hold ing them mere baskets, while rolled 14. p.s solve offensive, nor break tight defense. doyle. ac between them, enough win. household goods sale: bedroom suite, rugs, kitchen set. porch swing, lamp, serving table, dresser, refrigerator, sewing machine, radio, vacuum sweeper. wm. schoemifr prank mischka meat mnrrct onoof official acts' mayor 0. e. cooper before retiring office assess ment another! 100 toxication. victim morris catron, amherst. he, charged disorderly con duct. stated hadn't intended making so heavy, changed mind friends interceded him.. stated' these were responsible his, condition. according cooper, catron sent home arrested complaint .of amherst party, return after, then officer white brought into court here. pleaded guilty, heavy assessed. unable pay,, jail. spending jail, paid yesterday, released. fine. alumni trim school trouble winning, forces overtime period gave varsity squad lesson basketball saturday night, though tactics stu dents come tie force proceeded drop goal, same keeping from- scoring. services baetz, younger lads carry larger experienced opponents,-and outplayed, outfought. times throughout deliberately chances reserves nip tuck battle, giving graduates handle. milt leading scorers alumni, lach paced undergraduates. next am herst schedule modlna, comes here jan. open regular league .season. thomas, young, nabakowski, edwards, cook, berger, ft lach, ....... huber, stark, 14 aluitinl 83 huttop, ludwlg, ... zilch, :.' brown, monger, becker, henes, olllman, 10 legislators ,set hew prices auto tags ob- vlously trying old one-cylinder car popular again, amherst...o;, dangerous criminal mm tmcj 'bright side' motorists feel doleful paying $7 25 license tags, compared $4 ?10 1931, hereby advised cloud does silver lining. looking conditions 47 states, nn automobile club public items good cheer, follows: ohio tax mo vehicles personal thirty-four' states specific tax, number othersates automobiles lumped ation .personal 2. estimated llcepse tag reve nue per motor vehicle laaa 30 less average revenue ve hicle -personal combined. even figure represents equivalent tar? fees plus tax. lower -fees alone. 3. range equitable average, $25, with; many (run $10 higher minimum maximum reaches $fcfa oregon. 4. returned use within counties origin. especially urban communities, 90, mileage city streets main roads. nationally, comparison favorable, entirely control stato. 5. uniform reduction o' every three months. 't tei low reduction, onl lone midyear o:vv wednesday', dec. 30,1931 please, srsutd given.the irnit law, 3u urge percentage, fatal accidents due wilful disregard others. discount until year. fl. taxation seen remembered; tecs gasoline distribution rove-uuu watched. inequalities evils easily discovered remedies demanded. you lived florida, pay $15 gastax seven cent3. including trucks buses, $13.70, gas four cents. top price passen-cer cars florida $45, only $25. comparisons cited are: michigan: $1g.91; passenger maximum, $33 more, sept. pennsylvania: av., $18.88, aug. 1, adn general addition. illinois: av. $12.58; $8 $25; june tennessee: $12.94; $11 $30, york: $17.70; $3g; july sale lags become brisk, considerably behind c. distributor. noon today, 011 plates 65 commercial sold office, albert t. reid naby sends wishes sans guarantee dear friends: large happy merry chrlstmases wished folks 40 50 years, turned hesitate minute, min ute, wish "happy 'year." said hundred things happened, felt delivered goods. remember, folks, "a year" wish, promise. llto like mall greeting cards january statements. bitter sweet, dickens locating sweet. go dollar, hole your pants pocket. luck, spill home. wishing york. wishing, promising. yes, hope usual say certain not. bells ringing bills. kinds because know kinds. wibii prosperous season, did hit yet. bet shop wo guarantee. sending rooting sheet metal work, turn wish. yrar, buy roofing work. sandstone'icenteft; sell bonds bids received .12 o'clock $0,825 worth cf village, used .the purchase fire equipment. pointed unusual opportunity investors put good, place, net return. call interest c, maturing oct. 1933. parties interested submit bids, stating willing pay, premium, any. estimated, bid around 5, calling probably accepted village. submitted entire issue, part. full details attorney j. smythe, chas. miller, village clerk. 5.00 prize beggin mrs. fred krause wins ond cash sec- awarded business men's association part christmas shopping program unclaimed. holder number, 052001, claim evening, alternate number. charles krause, hazel street, winner $10. her 0g0143. ticket present holzhauer's shoe store today tomorrow win award. electric clocks baetz dairy won ebbs edward ellis. clock away each month, 15th. designate oppice branch savings & trust co. named treasurer collection collec tion expected monday, 11. frank mischka, operated several weeks ago hospital, able out. shaking hands today. births born mr. harry sabiers, seeley avenue, daughter, bosptal wednesday. choir practice congregational church evening. o c.viu) op thanks thank kindly assisted re cent bereavement. minnie salliers helen sabiers dollar du problem souvenir, says. l'liymtl iwj. tcolmm'v dedicate accepfenec!of,tt,y 'fj security? :f j;,. iicw urnunui iivd-v 5," saturdays, 'fe 'vllwge counijl jf, held its session last- evenmb.s-ji, 1u unfinished b'uslnes possime. muan vi.ja w importance 'dispos'effiimw .1.4 'r.alma3? 4.s)' .,1 $1 f4t council, composed 'v members old,,, reins officially satiir.-t day, along mayor-elect earl stiwald. robert cromwell arid hearn retained places, being-' dr. w. o. schaeffer, henry kane,,-w. h. lahift. republics ans, democrats. council have, prohjem buying truck, remodeling town hall, deal chief business. officials council. ordinance dedi cating brookslde drive street. street runs west north main. another" governing securities accept. measure provi sions state assembly. pro vides pre sented ap proval accepted. tiring speech, thanked co-operation ceived term official, extended successor, .wishes coming years. duly elected1 should whole-hearted upport community. moves fuel moved its. former location room block formerly occupied wll-ker's market. opened tomorrow. remodeled redecorated throughout., dance hall g. u. affair members, wives, families and, friends. sheriff jackson announcod candidacy repuuilcan nomination primaries. jackson, wno resides .at, nt pmnn11 avonlln timvrlf! wna llrtrh ki ii farm penfleld townshln. wife 1921, vj purchased in' welling",! moving address educated tno scnooia .pon;? lagrange. .inrksnn bailiff pom-mi mon pleas court, served lj special deputy under: loratn sheriffs!. tlijl hm pnthleri tn hrntna 'ftf-. til miliar phases sheriff's -duties. xi member "the'ilehajiv'f 1st churcli, wellington granges and' eagles. "' has, never been.'a ?ta'nv ? dldate political ..office .hi" .ft 3-1 -a'l vi 41 ill ber.vlfce.jvlthfttfwiomjr,! v,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1931-12-30|
|Date of Original||1931-12-30|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1931-12-30 15 5|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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