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"a i) v 9 news-times volume xvi, number 31 thursday, june 15, 1933 the sandstone center of world amherst if' -c f- if r n.- ftcvu with plans for opening ot ' the- local banks rapidly nearing completion, financial and business prospects are taking on a brighter ton,e. it will be most happy day -when institutions finally reopened normal business. there is, however, much work to bo done before is anally accomplished, behooves every person interested in welfare vicinity do everything his power accomplish this end 100 co-operation thing needed coveted license reopen granted. lorain comity savings trust co. was announced week, toward carrying out now progress, 'expected that park bank plan near future. let us all get behind these plans, ourselves good turn by expending some effort desired end. secret success . it's one know what you want, but next to. who you'll have take away from. speaking congress, man barber shop says: "it takes an acrobat straddle fence, balance budget, dc little log rolling at same time; seems like free speech isn't even worth price admission. following -editorial appeared fostorla times, reprinted here 'because we feel interest, view light situation: "what can improve relations between municipalities utilltes? .is not enough stake great industry; has contributed development our state municipalities; its hundreds thousands stockholders consumers entitled ask, should establish closer relations, talk things over, decide cannot agree, conference validity points 4 difference? afford today, indeed could ever afford, political solutions economic problems. just as important community utility problems arising their - relationship understood, fairly discussed, amicably settled. "no industry niore than gas electric; none more create other industries, stimulate employment, provoke population growth and' expansion,, lower general taxes own tax contributions public treasury. "the interest this: citizens receive firsi-class ser vice pay equitable rate which cover actual cost plus reasonable profit. duty provide kind service, rate. "unthinking criticism benefit no one, solve only contuse whatever issue is. easy say rates cheaper, when from soap-box, usu- vtu' ally difficult prove. j "'x'mhrt cn-inorntft nnrl wnrl? in- ether, -each meeting ju ?(alf-way, mun 1 00 assured." jxj yv te unlclpal progress la f bl v'jjreat deal common .sense t i 'rt& euttorial. radio, swap you. make, use until "replaced later model.. 'has trickle-charger .dry cell 'eliminator, see' ,it,' make me. offer. r. may, news-. times.. vote hold picnic again bus. men lo continue big affair, despite depression playlets entertain members & guests wi)l held year, depression. decided taken regular men's assn. monday evening. st.john's church south amherst, ladies' night, wives being guests. passed motion picnic, then voted .have committee appointed arrangements report back association meeting. president j. smythe appoint-, ed fred holzhauer, conrad zilch, wm. baetz, ludwig thomas, w. g. schaeffer, frank mischka, ralph rein-hart. they will, set time place, subject approval secretary holzhauer read several communications, among them letter from- tile band, band explained refusal play memorial day. stated inasmuch t.he charge had offered guarantee,, accepted invitation lorain, where were paid services. executive instructed investigate matter. consisting henry wesbecher, l. may paul wo.hlever proprietors mary jane theatre co-operative ticket project. session, enjoyed three humorous put players. those took part entertainment robertson, caroline kothe, helen heck, robert stro.hmeier, george cox, howard nalley, dorothea mildred zink, norwood hearn, zita lahlff, huber. meats trim elyria 4-2 frequent fights feature battle first pi ace fisher foods sunday personal encounters, 'encounters, featured place tri-cbunty league last sunday, mischka b?at hittners score 2. players two teams came blows times during game, base umpire nearly enme occasion group fans, contact avoided umps 'beat hasty retreat field, returning irate fans calmed down. addition excitement already mentioned, saw best ball games played season. nlp-and-tuck way. form, almost perfect ball. except error louie kut-ting inning, infield air-tight, turned rema'rkablo plays. plenty chances, bittners 'kept slamming 'the' ground afternoon. fine fettle win, mgr. juicy klein brought well-balanced team " contest wfth.the fist place! johnny yucka a. well-pitched continued page editor scoops auto race winner! mistake, ih3 world, walsenbbrg, colo., scooped winner memorial) indianapolis. fc while newspapers said lou meyer captured !j 500-mlle classic, 'the 'wprld said, "will overhead won indianapolis today." john kirkpatrlck received message overj press wire informing him he would sent hame cf winner, reading, race," meanhig name collect telegram! rather leased wire. meantime the' paper been pre'ss gone home. his! headline read, "overhead wins "race." ( movies! give tickets, tuesday "amherst t"ree movie day!" known future, completed. under presented ! theatre, adopted committee, stores foi admission theatre' each 10c purcliast-or account. ticilels given only, honored tho-' ater any tuesday, according tentative opportunity into effect tr possible, ; open 2 o'clock after- rnoon, run cpntlnuously care of. 154 attendance list schools past year numbered students. certificates having attended miss drechsler's third grade junior class led, 16 attendance. phyllis sabiers completed her fifth complete follows: bond's room, 6: lionel armstrong, raymond cahl, douglas edwards, miller, billy snider, naomi rosencranz. mrs. keenan, 4: irma m. beet-ler, cletus bruce, ora mae betty witte. 7x, gawn, ruth hol-llngsworth, berger, alfred baxter. walker, 7: belt, walter brucker, evelyn kirschner, janet chester palen, saegert, olga vargo. ehrman, 13: florence beh-rendt, drage, wilma emery, lucille hoffner, martha hollstein, margaret lawrence, dean, eleanor shand, jr. donald haas, kenneth sommer, joseph. whiton, zilch. 8x, ellerlngton, herrmann, thelma schleferstein, krleg. eppley, 10: abram, wesley fackler, bernadine donnelly, frederick grlngle, krleg, janice schwltzke, ellsworth towne, elmas clarence walkden. 6x, 9: virginia ethel frederick, eda andrew krlstanclc, edna le.hman, ponton, newman. smith, g: maxine bartlome, marjorle deuschle, myrtle lee leuszler, laura norman white. drechsler, 16; christ sper-off, harold krieg, chas. hamann, jeannette brucker,, dorothy elaine "blanche rosencranz, vargo, bortner, totli, clifford alli-soni wilfred bailey, russell yvonne mcqueen. (continued four) (announce county try july re-opening ol loraih week officials bank, banking department, fulfilling provisions thr s.ime hoped so re-open obtained about 1. announcement also made reorganization bank's official family, s. h. squire elected president, succeed b. taylor, submitted resignation directors week. principal provision re-opaning calls waiver depositors it)'!;, nf deposits. 'would release upon granting licenso 60 return waivers depositors, par ticipation certificates, secured assets value placed hands board trustees, administer trusteed assets. depositors' urges immediate signing blanks. action absolutely necessary order open, urged committee. sooner opens, motion. entirely dependent ""upon thfr speed, interests people themselves. another stockholders' agreement agrees transfer stock participation retired agree dividends shall retired; undivided profits sufficient dividend purposes accrue, ue declared used retiring certificates. trustees apply cash realized payment date depend how signed returned bank. reported evening day, after mailing forms, well over 200 mail. indicate anxious co-operate getting open. slates election republican democ c village elections minute friday, await elections. contests settled august primaries. allison e. nicholl filed petition candidate for. mayor, c. cooper right oppose mayor stiwald november. beat close once beforo. earl white mays mars.hal job. both police officers, present marshal. names georgo batten-houso elmer v. baker friday candidates affairs. tho likely '.makes up mind deliberately backslide. ho slips. see macon fight strong wind watched giant dirigible high she 7:30. way akron chicago visit fair. plainly evident angle pointed, direction flying. urg e support polls engineer saturday am herst mass meet ing town hall. small crowd called discuss various phases nitinicipal plant special unless thrown supreme court. opened th stating moved fast possible started, seemed blocked. '"we wanted herp, didn't it. down, worse oif before," stated. f. n. strauss, engineer, methods financing plant: bond issue, mortgage plan, pledge receipts here. "this places obligation payer," stated, "but machinery equipment comlplete uui revenue irom me iiic iiuw ucaiu llie ue- plant. section 3 ordin- tails ance provides entire opinion expressed thereof sotelybank within few legitimate expenses operation thereof, not! fund whatsoever, nor become reven ues herein forth." strauss estimated itself six years. building, complete, ?90,000. smythe, solicitor, "we hae fight, or going beat." legal action, court asked dtcido fiia whether beheld matter, question miller referendum petitions, calling november, decision yet rendered. night indicated compromise offer from, powef compan ies pre sented officials, itetails out. comm. .hold hall tomorrow expected importance o never happened: "yes, did hole once, must know, i'd dis-cuss it." drayage, cartage moving. prices right' am- norai uariage. ooa so. main elieotwoai 11epaiiung household elect. work. radio servicing specialty viiimoni 'baker, ph. 480 approve accepted, sell paraticipation. of20 less reopening i. hubbard, conservator, morning, unanimously approved yesterday ,had previously directors, department considered certain. selling $70,000 $100,000 participation, money strengthening position. this, approximately 20 deposits asked. class, loans, administered them. draw securities earn, productive investment. issued multiples ?100, making available investor. many investments .be obtained, spread subscription possible. waived slower sufficiently secured. limited wish subscribe, community. helping community, buying sound feeling optimism ex pressed meet- m r,n.i i, weeks. .hubbard, conservator assist requrements. naby-his mr. art tolhurst, automotive expert. dear art: queen bungalow boy's objection school that' dates history harder remember batting averages." well, anyway, art, washing dog? wetter wet dog, guess, got wet. whenever sprinkle lawn, wash loose. but, t3y gets through me, mighty tvater left grass. course, kero sene water, wrong do, sure thing, dog does loop-the-loop tub, shimtoiy, tuen dare cigar. fire risk surance company wouldn't accept. hoar wasn-(continued pago save now! lumber, mlllwork, rooflrig paint wholesale showing steady advances since march 4th. don't delay your repairs, re-rooflng, painting. retail advance stocks replaced, protect yourself low prlc.es. lumber ico. mill ave. o.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-06-15|
|Date of Original||1933-06-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-06-15 16 31|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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