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the amherst news -times volume xvi, number 19 thursday, march 23, 1933 sandstone center of world" roofers win 1st tourney game beat oberlin grads to en-s ter quarter finals at elyria ymca again trim ebinger coals, friday, 31-26 winning their first in imipressive fashion, nabnkow-ski entered county class a basketball by beating tuesday evening 34 27. this victory became one favorites, top class. next night will meet anchorians lorain, team they have already defeated year, but always dangerous outfit with such good shots as archie jenkins and horkay. dope now appears though fisher foods would hook up semi-final3, feature battle tournament wednesday night. ebingef coals dropped out when going appeared be little too tough for them. in, oberlin, held upper hand through most game, although took lead bhort time third period. put on pressure, however, collegians could not hold advantage. gorniley working well from' long range; he topped scorers 13 points. kbingers last friday lorain won rubber bblnger 31 26, showing advantage, clearly better team. opened early, taking that coalers overcome any time. guild rolled total points, easily scoring honors. play tonight high school gym since hutton sharp returned. both gamea played earlier season. is benefit congregational church, no title stake. it merely an independent arranged church. writes quake beach (the following letter was received mrs. john naba-kowskl from her son, member crew uss bridge, beach, cal., telling earthquake there.) i suppose you heard had here. well, certainly bad, still quaking. we were san diego came felt very plain there 1b 90 miles beach. about 5:45, so captain tried get his wife phone, not, up-anchor off got morning, between 5 7 o'clock five different shocks feel them all ship, just giant ship hands shook it. city wreck, people are sleeping streets, injured one3 lying lawns cracked heads broken arms legs, hollering crying. terrible. sailors under martial law, nil must do guard share po lice dutv keen stealing things. drive ambu lances, act nurses what not. picturo only lot (continued page 3) tax returns hue april 1 our office every day assist making teturns. o. e. cooper eurman block panic has familiar sound dispatches today like rehearsals 1893 events editorial columns newspapers story tell those readers who witnessed 1893, forty years ago. compare paragraphs, which financial commercial section "independ-ant," then weekly magazine recent weeks. "the half closed business sentiment brink serious panic. second trade, industry, finance almost prostrated fear, yet worst phases df crisis passed. t.he future brightened call extra session congress cn aug. 7." "failures unpleasantly numerous. mills factories shutting down greater fre quency. . may read gloomy picture; facts and, sake safety, far recognized than ignored." fact many ,hat recently closed, shut because overproduction or lower prices. simply distrust. banks lately suspended sondltion, totally unable sudden pressure ob-igatlons created solely oanic situation unprecedented." "during another week all-ab-lorblng topic cf conversation circles been difficulty obtaining money, never 'slnc'e'' trying times 1873 .hasten great pres-3iit. .in see evidence af hoarded money parts' country." improvement iffairs began action house silver re-oeal bill extended into circles, 'reports revival prospects. easier." "an easier feeling prevails quarters. ullls largely be-'ow resuming work. s less depression everywhere month ago confidence place panic." "little improvements can not-sd conditions, tendencies unquestionably toward recovery, each nullified dilatory undignified senate." alumni giving card party being manned a. h. s. ssoolation monday eve ning easter, 17, auditor-'ura. 50 66 bq played. open public. admission 25c. lunch served. o girl deputized, gets man irma lau. secretary c. cooder, local insurance lirsmce peace, deputized police work mtan. cooper, seeing paul cuenin driving car wrong license plates, issued warrant sent new deputy serve u, instructions bring nrisoner in. she did, fine $25 costs imposed, part apply set plates. w. f'oster, mechan-icsburg, o., spent weekend home daughter, r. l. may. prices quality up. styles shewn before! .have seen mayflower wall papers advertised your favorite magazines. patterns themselves! i'll obligation. phone 5583. egeland. general drayage, cartage moving. right. cartage. 509 so. matti. try iris, soap use naptlin. wesbecher hdw. co. 475 263 main st. report shows scope oj branch red cross closes much accomplished service vicinity rendered revealed officials chapter, setting forth accomplished, material distributed. chapter serves south amherst, brownhelm addition amherst. distributed needy families vicinity, were: 5810 yards cloth flannel, muslin percale. 23 doz. men's hose. 21 ladies' 14 children's 9 bloomers. 20 union suits. 130 pr. trousers. 147 overalls. 17 overall jackets. knickers. 451 sweaters. 6 dresses. cut flannel slips. above date. foster notified more month, least. estimated 500 benefitted. beside material, enormous amounts used clothing shoes, donated people, j. reports community chest pairs slices bought, rubbers, shoes lepuneu, ciisas, lilt; iuu- ber soles given, leather heels bought where men repair own shoes. effort possible made workers fill needs wants often supplies, calling friends help needed garments. supplied government free willing workers. foster, blum wm. balrd goods .mori dulmage wilson charge distribution brownhelm. aiany garments having sewing machines, knowing how sew. wishes express thanks willingly .helped. rooms library until further notice. disposed of. some available, anyone need should .mrs. wesbecher, 185 jackson street. henrietta places 2nd columbus makes competition stiff courageous clever hen rietta emerged state b championship runner-up position, doing gave small, little-known state-wide advertising ever before, also carried banner position credit. its two games, coventry easy fashicn, 35 25, delphos close score saturday afternoon, 37-35. plucky crew. result, bowed before pow-erful lawrenceville five, 36 24. hostetler, big gun offense, impressive style three earned all-state splendid player, ho him. coach vern hoffman's bellevue ran trouble eliminated marietta, went finals, earn position. there's comin', sez naby mr. tenney wilson, specialist laid eggs, poverty hill, dear tenney: queen bungalow says: "good make prodigal, hard tnem provident." 1933! long, smoky, dark tunnel 1932 was. everybody sneezing wiping eyes, too. anyhow, us over notion fighting spirit singing blues. 1929 found wasn't santa claus learning isn't bogeyman, either. fought ring, holding clinches, proved take how! couple these affairs saying, keep change, counting times. after all, uphill detour road prosperity. done touring roads know running gas, flat tires, look find yourself sight again. why am worried year hope else say same thing. thomas alva edison, public utteranre, june 11, 1931, said., "we failed america way troubles, think now." says, "my message is, courageous!" lived history repeat itself depressions" business. al ways. come stronger prosperous. brave fathers you. faith. go forward. 4th wo inaugurated pilots nation roosevolt garner. political differences aside. american citizens today, hearts filled love country people. fell washington, lincoln, ol acute crisis, problems governmental polic reconstruction entrusted leaders iiuiu- gurated. divinely inspired wisdom, cour age, successfully solve adversity obstruct patli happiness, let give expression patriotism faith appointed dedicating ourselves earnest co-operation, loyalty, task lies ahead, maintaining ideals purpose founded. meanwhile, roofing wll mitigate evils existence, order right hopefully yours, nabakowski court august michael, filed suits 'connnon pleas alleg ed due promissory notes foreclosure against mortgages securing asked. de fondants actions frank hmma grugel et al, $2 500: braun $2,000; frederick hogrofe $2550, lumber co., $2500. ira fulton granted judgment default na ruth. electrical repairing household elect. radio servicing specialty wilmont ijakeiu ph. 4fl naptlia cleaning. k5e per gallon. wcslx'cl i'd wa re wantedsalesmen, own; steady 'round; pay weekly. experience, capital unnecessary. reference required. write buckeye nur series, clyde, ohio. 2 referendum vote light plant unless halted injunction receive bids garbage collection injunction, voters decide whether approve municipal plant. village council date night, passing ordinance special election project. matter fight covering months, unlikely question over. rumors suit restraining matter. passed ordinance. no. b-153, author ized board advertise construc tion generating plant, called. peo ple adopted. initiated petitions election, while attorney mil ler t,he election. miller claimed matter, accused attempting delay vote, building of'tlio enough signatures obtained 140 188 miller's filed. campaign officials, withdrawal names secured, invalid sufficient signatures. accordance petition, resolution structing clerk certify elections. tills preclude withdrawing back on. expected filed, thrown courts, proceed bids, initiate authorizing accept lowest best bid. aided withdrawals. collecting coun cil village. contract joe kovach, present collector, expire 1. discussed, decided adjourned meeting bids. cliuha, former collector. submitted bid, $435 $35 mo. nine $40 other three. bidders gust bishop, $474, six $44 six. george martin, $480, $10 walter wllford, $540. $45 month. schissler. $576, $48 bid beer legislation brought short disc,u-slon, taken. left legislature takes acticn. motion request york central engineer inspect street bridge satisfactory solution.' suggested tile rail bo shortened, cars freer access bridge. reduction valuatlun announced auditor kelsor discussed. valuation reduce revenue $2,000. twice amount. werner zilch instructed scrape slag tho streets needing attention. furnishing wholesale electric current wore tabled, f. n. strauss, engineer, ills tabulations
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-03-23|
|Date of Original||1933-03-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-03-23 16 19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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