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1 isf! vf" the amherst news-times a' f, if. volumexv7number52 wwvwwvwvvmwwwvy well, people have bpokon and how they spoke! seldom, a gone to polls with such deadly intent as went tuesday. knew what wanted, put it down in black - white for all sundry see. now that shown their thoughts desires, village officials will something go on there can bn no doubt of indicated long we asked recreation ground playground, at last a! movement is foot provide one. whether proper time carry out project are not position say. many reasons why should be done now, but thete aye (also, (reasons .vh"y not. property purchased very cheaply work developing could relief money labor. other hand, mood any increase taxes, whatever cause. needs playground park few deny, only question being best proceed, location. council proceed ital plan present time, would comev considerable criticism, has been pointed us board education was severely criticized buying plot known harris street field, wisdom judgment recognized now. hardly worth much more years, if were bought right this that: gasoline costs $1 gallon chile. motor oil $2.50 gallon. . than 100 different races guinea. r y prance. so o. ... united states horse population increasing. 24 ohio's state representatives define themselves farmers, including p. h. rogers. gov. secretary, secretary his an executive secretary. franklin roosevelt 40th president u. s. 31 men held high office nine elected two terms ohio virginia furnished vir tually half our presidents 7 ohioans, 8 natives old virginny. legjon dance tonight large crowd expected dance' given eagle hall by legion auxiliary. armistice day affair. kistner's orchestra furnishing music, ed bruck-er call fashioned dances. public invited. sale grafophone, radio speaker, iron bed. 215 cornell ave. ltc o 'general drayage, cartage moving. prices .right. am-herst cartage. ph. 7493 tf. electrical repairing general household elect. work. servicing specialty wiiimont baker. 480 william g. mitchell ahs plays fine football win trim lakewood lights 32-12 here saturday play vermilion sat-urday home final high's pent up attack finally unleashed against lightweights, locals en- joyed real scoring spree. score 32 12. consider able power nt times, litis gotten anywhore previous games strong opponents. saturday, however, team found itself, worked unit every department. tony huber frank lach demonstrated ability trying display year, ana literally ran tlie legs off line opening holes, block ers effectively getting 'them clear, rolled enormous yardage. displayed some beautiful open field running, while huber's battering line. showed heels almost entire early second period when he took kickoff back own goal length without touched. started middle then turn raced left side over received blocking from mates. made most first downs, defense kept pretty well bottled dangerous territory. downs marches scores. game opened kicking off. unable gain, punted mtdficlfc. carrying ball 1-yard line, thomas plunged over. try extra point failed. came 10 amherst's 30, where beres intercepted pass. punted, began another march them tie score, ihen take lead 7-6. short duration, next one scored on. bucked point. 'aept lake-wood territory period, until got loose between guard tackle 35-yard dash fumble halt gave opportunity, again through touchdown 25 7. late third goalward 30 which culminated finished day's brilliant performance 22 yards touchdown. dying effort,, about 30-yard pass ended 80-yard drive requiring eight plays. ahead 15 9, touch-( continued inst page) i wish means thank my friends support caused election county recorder shall continue serve you faithfully. mayor issues proclamation culls attention importance ot rul cross roll nov. 11-24 amherat, o., 7, 1932 citizens amherst, south brownhelm: dear people: year economic emergency lends special annual call, or membership cum-' mi ill ! americr. red cross. agency accorded co-operation federal government unemployment crisis borne great responsibility. authorized medium distribution farm wheat cotton, those need flour, livestock teed clothing. it3 volunteers unstinting devotion task collecting distributing supplies, production goods materials. hundreds thousands gardens planted seed. 2200 communities chapters participated added 95 disasters calling assistance, year. cata'strophies entailed mighty burdens organization. notwithstanding manifold calls, regular services community shared surely worthy joining membership. debt gratitude great. prospective dependence imresslve. everyone who membership, good citizen patriot do so. therefore proclaim -nov. 11 2 1, matter prime civic duty, urge citizenship lend its heartiest support. e. c. stiwald, mayor, glee club oberlin girls singing college women's miss ruth zilch thelma mays. zilch, daughter mr. mrs. werner permanent organization, sings altos. she junior. mays edward mays, sophomore. tho planning 10-day tour april, kentucky, heard several concerts winter months. give thanksgiving baskets needy plans members elmer johnson post american pack thanksgiving. making canvass rural sections donations fruit vegetables. trucks arranged haul donations. co-jrdinate efforts organ! zations town filling baskets, willing co-operate '.his movement, alone com munity effort does develop. book new pictures management colon- al theatre announces book-ne expensive pic tures show house. ame announce crease admission price udults 20,:, effective week. cost nciease necessary. 10c children under 12 remains same. week's attraction noted olympic swimming champion, johnny welsmueller, role tarzan "tarzan apes." maureen o'sulli-van opposite english girl company whites hunting ivory jungles. lorain county, ohio, november approve business men's ass'n. vote purchase men's; assn. record favoring projec'. sponsored council. tut taken meeting monday evening m. e.' church. opinion expressed pioject carried inasmuch ffi'ieh thl3 time. it- purchase, belden property, lincoln street, $5000, taxpayers u mill years. pieces ton-sideration. skating pond committee, w. nord, chairman, reported action had site, pending .on playground. brucker field,, along milan avenue, offered committee $25, thought suitable. letter a. nabakowski, chairman drive, read, urging campaign. valuable aid poor nation. application ward lep-pe.r accepted. motion passed placing association candidacy j. smythe prosecutor. methodist church amherst. facts figures disclosing so-called national economy league misrepresenting distorting concern ing soldiers' welfare contained circular pest am erican head quarters, claimed absolutely correct. leaders league, includ pershing, admiral byrd, others, receiving pensions $5,000 $21,-000 government. discloses charging same world war ameri particular, giving involving governmental veterans wars these veter ans. example, charges 1932-33 administration budget, sum $225,850,000, amount appropriated army navy dis death, necessarily connected service, cf wars. also, charged veterans' relief, total $927,849,000, addition enumerated above, $117,-000, coo military naval insurance, pay annually $500,000,000 iu-.urance premiums pockets. 18 drawing average clmpensation ol $4 month; liawini $18 month disability, never drawn penny either compensation allowance disability. pays less lor lis man ,uiy nation, comparison wealth income. l'rg e leg onn : e.s join ll)f.:i local ale ex-service sure dues 1933 stay legion. a'solid front interests protected fight part reduced out. lost kid glove, newa-times, return 10, lav requested houses flags tomorrow, day. eerbod,v pause minute ut in. tomorrow morning, ninilstico ell'ect 11, 11)18. anchorians bus. sunday big teams anchorians, chance knock k. p.s title, field. sunday. start 2:30. year's nativities merchants, powerful outfit. defeat nerst, tney title. elyrla ex-hys eliminated. played class team, although defeated, must still regarded county. lose k-p'h losing edge carek 85 touchdown, fought battle breaks, eliminated title race margin three touchdowns none. knights good, consistent football, aided greatly lucky wero making, advantage. oddly enough, feat ac complished succession previously, taking kickott n run joe did trick, school saturday. following play, uncomfortable ten minutes remainder keeping constantly territory, lacking punch score. siiortly before ended, svete lateral irom ills 20 midleld, get danger reverse around end 15-yard after six brought mldfield. soon 30. forward passes each, game. pxtra failed each case. 50-50 standoff, neither gain consistently, entirely inside lines half. completed attempted, ten. preliminary scoreless tie. both used straight nowhere. opportunity missed yard krutch 20- dunuigan le azok henson lt szakly pozono lg mazurek theumbling c rogers armstrong rg uotchlk wittbeck rt fitzgerald kuchur re nick. schriner qb olson hb andrews hutton iih sharp f pincura touchdowns: 2, svete. install storm sash cut heating one-third fuel saver way eliminate drafts. let estimate your job lowest years $1.40 up. lumber co 431 "the sandstone center thhwuw largest history rejects ops offer, supports republicans summary b twp ttl. hoover governor 207 195 171 211844 235 290 198 19c 919 2g2 204 185 219870 2'4 287 182 193 89g ingalls lieutenant sawyer 238 184 169 200791 palmer 231 2s7 183 191892 myers 224 108 200 713 braden 22s 273 18g 181868 auditor butler 244 16s 162 203777 tracy 233 286 192 190901 treasurer ferguson 222 164 150 195731 , 239 293 205 200937 attorney duffy 173 158 200769 hrlcker 230 179 191799 senator hulkley 255 209 175 219858 dottman 267 183863 congressman-at-large truax 241 207794 young bender congressman harter seiberling 161 205780 175759 21g 206 180837 229 176 160 205770 257 301 196 203957 hurley 242 190765 wolfe 220 278 189871 ticket representative kurtz 190751 virant 168 155 190728 283 189 205907 thomson 2s3 196887 commissioner nechant 228 152 190745 rose 227 1s1 231843 shaw 177 194893 tucker 276 190888 prosecuting 204850 harding 254 250 187 212912 clerk courts donohue sheriff lleh dick franco mitchel sugaski wright surveyor lagron warden coroner fans 210 217832 236 2g9 180 191876 237 159 197754 203 319 212 219-1013 178 203767 245 280 197 196918 138 128 172 g48 335 232 23g-1081 174 14g 197749 214 9g8 165 192772 251 296 206959 judicial chief justice supreme court marshall 143 135 153611 woygandt 139 131 g47 unexpired term geiger 129 144 9g 146515 143714 stephenson full henderson hubbell jones mathlas zimmerman 170 133 109 94479 101 99 84 93377 113 77 92378 145 98 123509 190 148 121 110 5g9 judge appeals pardee 169785 stevens 127 142578 probate dabcock 96 87412 grills 105 g05 wilcox 141 102 111504 constitutional convention 15g 13g 134547 79g road tax levy 44 59 58 48209 371 331 234 27g--1215 light plant 27 72 486 456 337 -1279 tot. 513 501 378 427-1819 contest closes night con- ducted bakery past couple months close night. tickets store later o'clock or. evening. winners announced votes counted. grand prize bicycle, fully equipped. tltifliilf h1l.11uo wi inwti bp''v'- ,-y "srsb t erous s.'. sheriff. assure h maimer mm ht(vsm m justify confi- j dence. w''bbb clarence shows remarkable uniformity republican candidates ever regis tered overwhelming voting candidates. even comfortable majority here, overwhelmingly elsewhere. ticket, george falling township precinct. smythe, resident candidate attorney, break lines, race, c4c 700. walter wright, treasurer, highest vote, recording 1081, closely followed 1013 defeating lleb response number electoral attractions, 1392 voters village-went polls, figure. 427 voted filed protest electric system tune 1279 opposed, sale. bond issue purpose building municipal approved s 1. proposed $250,000. portsmouth, rejected proposal lght 473 votes. 7847 7374. swamped 1215 against. council, o.p.s., meet lt. rates tin' joint nicetiiik ofliiitil? service co. sjo wholesale rates. tills near future. contrnct anil o.p.s. expires wlhln month, wednesday, ho renewed rate. durling heads ' masons durllng worshipful master masonic lodge tuesday officers storck, senior warden; j.n.kinlock, junior wm. baetz, treasurer; n. holzhauer, secretary; ferd heusser, deacon; henry kane, fred hopkins, tyler; r. bechtel, trustee delco plants condition. free guarantee. ewell, dealer, winckles st. elyria, 39871 'i mfeiiv
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1932-11-10|
|Date of Original||1932-11-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1932-11-10 15 52|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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