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1 -v. the amherst news - time volume xvi, number 23 thursday, april 20, 1933 sandstone cen ter of world' i l ik i: -j u. s. job army applications available soon -local relief commission to take in ' township for places federal will be accepted here-,in near future, according word received by a. nabakowski tuesday from lorain county commission. blanks sent .here a few days, r handle township, inasmuch as matter is project, and only those who have been depending on relief- eligible enlist. all applicants must between the. ages 18 25 years; his family before 1, 1933; he unmarried willing send back at east 80 wages parents orfamiy are reie'f; he' not charged with necessary 'clothes or medical services any other detail these major points regard enlistment requirements. . ohio's quota 13,500 men, 1500 which has already enlisted an advance body prepare c'amps 12,000 state commission, through various local agencies. 'monthly pay $30, .which but about $2.50 .allotted family. following physical examination, they fort knox, ky., where preliminaries ndminis- tered. then turned over forest' service build trails, telephone lines, planting rind -thinning, fighting insect pests,, etc. most the, work done national forests parks indian re-t serves. care daily;, compensation injury line duty be. granted. anyone violating law camp over, civil authority. begins when oath taken. man is-paid twice month, receive its allot-' ment probably once .month. "the quotas assigned each political subdivision accordance ratio that relief, problem bears total state. "mary jane" liltes amherst, o move office com'unijy chest han-- died town hall community is' be' moved of--fle'e co. hall, was, decided last night consent -.the yillage council was given. approval, trus- tees had obtained, located room since tvas organized four years ago, and-no rent kind paid use room. business reaching such proportions, however, it fouhd find an-. place. found 1t impossible tq take, cf ofbls own there, 100 more people a, day applying ''relief there. addition, demanded -permanent offices set up, acceptable records kept, order share rehet aid, , mayor's now used office, while assembly base- store flour supplies chest; 'robert becker charge jit having elected 'secretary amhejst committee, nabakow-' ski: .chairman. this committee is. ,ln' am-'herst township. electrical repairing general household elect. work. radio servicing specialty wilmont baker, ph. 480 good sidewalks finest state, if plans village carried out, proper co-operation property .owners received. several crews workers engaged levelling walks, .installing new stone broken ones, furnished owners. labor out funds. make improvement thejrlllage value cannot easily realized, immense benefit appeal issued week by' officials owners supply stone, so can done" right. pointed repair their expense, opportunity again. present purchased low price, perfect walk little nothing. also stated return ct normal tlme, walks improved satisfactorily assessed cost. glean up 26 28 annual clean-up check playing ball streets heen next "week, rubbish being hauled wednesday, thursday friday. regular session evening. past bids were advertised for, year chest. truck hired, unemployed. placed curb, containers, wednesday morning, hauling commence. put fence installed milan avenue, reported council, onference commissioners. commissioners agreed furnish material two supervisors, labor, both sides s treet, along beaver creek, get fence. complain plnyinj; numerous complaints against effort made" tp curb nuisance. motion, instructed mayor issue prohibiting residents object, police officers enforce regulation. no objection made themselfes do object. comiplalnt -received action taken officers. avho janp"? "watch tills paper you'll out. grand master's reception dinner saturday masons planning cn attending held cleveland night. tickets may obtained c. j. ehrman, c5c each, program. served, 6 o'clock, program start 8 o'clock. drayage, cartage moving. prices right cartage, t.09 so. matn. apts., reasonable. mrs. v. e. mcgbee, 509 south main st. 2tc conservator named bank f. i. hubbard park v t htlklifn-1 poolilai- nf (ha bank, appointed in-, stitution fulton, superintendent banks. notification appointment mr. saturday. thie conservator's duties conserve assets until ( banking' department works ways means re-opening unrestricted ba sis, report submitted stockholders. yet examiners preliminary examination parle titurs-day. under arrangement whereby appointed, affairs nlaced supervision banking department, thei acting agent subject entirely rulings. operating restricted basis ibank holiday declared, accepting accounts time, 'proclamation president roosevelt, regardless what future fo bank. withdrawals old 2 discontinued, hoped temporary. appointment, does mean unsound closed liquidation. simply taking hand conserving resources protection depositors stockholders arrangements worked reopen some reopened basis, "a 'being merely step permit function temporary -until definite plans, into force. directors expressed desire coroperate speeding reopening institution, urge continued patience depositors." wv know you like jnne." minstrel follies entertaining show here evening jim armitage gang elyrla, presents one unusual colorful organizations stage today. starting small provide entertainment recreation members publicity town, company developed fourth year, comprises than 70 persons, carries effects, staff, orchestra 14 pieces. presentation elyrla ki-wanis. organization appear school auditorium tonight, beginning proceeds go high .school record activities. organization, includes professional inen chorus coeds. elyrlans much praise thousands seen show. mlnstrelcy, everyone enjoys, hours clean greet largd crowd expected see sale 15c 25c. naby looks forward times wernei zilch, ''we earth." dear werner: queen bungalow says she wished someone would invent soft rubber mouthpiece could bite gets tho wrong number! well, anyway read age should measured youth vision. men short-sighted 20. others far-sighted 80. still never see, figuratively speaking, beyond end3 noses. anticipating might come prepared either forestall advantage one's good. become fashioned credit ship merchandise "good moral risk?" maybe looking missing around jingling money pocket. anyway, after depression meet adopt rules everybody tricks fine arts borrowing seeking credit, we experience respect. banks lend fellow now' ears said "no" many limes lately bo learn say "yes" without stuttering turning pale. reminds me inquire how plan "do hoarding, your let them it," coming along. meek someday possession earth, right, won't through- foreclosure proceed ings. us hope uliys apologized cause couldn't did. guy pull nose air got grindstone talking cretl its' there lot due" mary's lamb, too, able run fast enough keep her way days. bird worth bush. profit that. parasol cheaaper silk um'brella, rain. our roofing that, profit. yours faithfully. ground floor door library door, giving access basement level public library, aid chest, lecal firms. long needed, especially voting red cross opened headquarters entrance going flcor. estimated cost well $200 in, laid, lawn dug re-seeded, $44.75, additional $22.68 construction wire cage storage section clothing supplies. donations farmers' elevator amount $7.94 quarries $10. addition greater convenience, relieves fire hazard occupied, formerly exit except first windows. w. t. chapter tomorrow afternoon home miss lucy horn. tin cans, ashes hauled, up. phone g492". ltc lawnmowers sharpened expevt work, guaranteed. finrtlip rpnnlr lnn 528 hazel opp. nyc freight depot students showing tests h. 3 getting three county, unusually schol arship contest conducted education. james innea led students, tied place june mohler, lagrange. frederick ebbs third, joseph beres fourth. papers columbus, entered contest- given march open enter. entered. r. powers chairman tests, assisted supt. l. rawdon, oberlln, maston, elyrla. 20 special election passes ordinance adjourned. meeting provided supreme court ohio approves, vote municipal light plant project rather 2. passed surprise friday adjourned meeting, setting date repealing former ordinance. threw injunction suit filed attorney wm. miller associates allison nicholl, tax payer, sought enjoin election. settled court, result of. alternative writ ot mandamus. original clerk chas. file referendum petitions board elections, refused because insufficiency signatures. now, conference attorneys sides, decide question whether' called constitutional statutory, whether voted election, claimed attorneys, miller. answers saturday, demlurrer filed, hearing held, consisting arguments witnesses. smythe avoid flaws, throw suit. smytho confusion interpretation constitution safe side, passed, date. living amherst. wanted: tea coffee route brownhelm axtel. apply letter immediately. o.l. kennedy co., kokomo, iud. lowprices devoe paint var-nishes, effective week. lowest 1917. time' low. buying. lumber co mill ave. o.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-04-20|
|Date of Original||1933-04-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-04-20 16 23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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