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1 14. the amherst news-times volume xvi, number 32 thursday, june 22, 1933 sandstone center of world r s 1- j" 2r 5; 3t -a i v.. si ? out point fieu lets make a 00 pet. town by everyone complying with requirements to get our banks open. sign your lorain county savings bank waiver now, and also subscribe some park certificates participation. let us all show that we can submerge personal grudges, know what is best for ourselves community. s. h. squire, president & trust co., made interesting revelations at depositors' meeting last friday evening, showed why many had failed reopen an earlier date. among other things, he revealed tie eta department would not open any without restrictions on deposits, while federal authorities will loan no money which under restrictions. this clash in policy makes it impossible state borrow from r. p. c, still obtain license t,he banking department. much has been said about generosity government ii. f. c. u. attempting guise santa claus, but bankers otherwise. squire stated says up people whether they want their if do, comply requests them; not, proceed liquidate them. thus, only one course left waivers them once! - liquidation 'of means, do 3s be preferred that. community cannot afford another liquidation, np "us avoid doing part toward fulfilling reopening. own interests this! question stockholders' double liability bothered depositors was explained meeting. stockholders are subject case insolvency, icould plan. pointed relieved plans reopen, most unfortunate place ever seen as its experience. telling .us? congregational church service sunday, dr. l. hall spoke salary $550 paid preacher 1888, being very high, hut lot like drawing light now. ackerman oils beat grafton gulf added victory sunday when trimmed prison farm team 5 0. towne farmers baffled way, striking 13 allowing four hits. wallen fanned .13 oil hitters. huber several nice catches field, moll led hitters two singles. scored first inning, got ninth. next play atlas a. colored 'i'hat playing mnva ipnirnp l ' o- ) manager oils- stat- . .1 v .... .. i''fvtlcu inuiug uuty 1mbi utua1 f ;eams to. bet tlle reputation ?' y' quired game mischka meats. general drayage, cartage moving. prices right am-herat cartage. 609 so. math. electrical repairing household elect. work. radio berviclne specialty wilmont baker,. ph. 480 meats drop into second, losing fisher foods take advantage breaks win 6-3 go league standing ... 4 .sou elyria bittners .800 city billiards 3 2 .c00 troxels .600 200 oberlin 4- ."200 kipton 0 .000 dropped three-way- ran snag here form foods. score 6 3. going name clean slate, overwhelming favorite win, pulled unexpected upset locals. -free-for-all fight half title, meats, tied top. cash markets, who -last tho break column time. started were places, stopped suddenly. pushed over three runs hits, minus. collected hits fifth could sqore. anvby kissel pitched great ball although defeated. five 'linings allowed then came deluge puny mixed couple long belts push sixth sev enth innings. more eighth kelesky pitcher's box. dobras bench sore arm. tonight decide title south off championship b. de cided fonight f'oods school grounds. teams now 8 won lost. big battle, rogers ot probably pitch amherst, lee likely starter flip grounds, g.orm-ley toss, which, law averages, favorites game. second start tuesday ros ter cut opening games bring together leutz barbers vs. baetz dairies. figures averages announced wed nesday statistician arthur leutz, follows: g w i. t 10 .'800 barbers- 1) .500 dairy (i .400 brownhelm 9 .250 vermilion 7 .143 batting ah 133 41 ."308 266 77 .297 320 94 .294 jso. 235 70 .291 255 64 .251 157 23 .185 leading d. hutton, 572 wohlever, .471 guild, .454 kolbe, dairies .t25 g. innes, .'425 n. ludwig, .17 o though grass growing streets predicted, dandelions crowding pretty close curb. lost-r-little brown change purse tickets 75c change, return .mrs., w, schaeffer, explain depositors" committee approves plans, urges co. deposit. ors meet saturday officials cf details re-opening conclusion motion approved urged co-operation working cut, so opened soon possible. new bank, his obtained before this, steps taken time 1g00 received, representing almost one-third deposits. expressed regrets amherst's history, stating attorney vandemark liability. report given tfiis morning local branch rank shows .!2(m received present time, $,2s,.ti:i.l ban!; oll'icials firm belief goal reached night. siiic-ing good headway, hive done .so consents nnd once. hubbard detail plan thursday reopening upon after having unanimously it. called tomorrow auditorium. answer questions may have regard plan, campaign put through. monday lias auditorium, begin 7:30. hank attend thomas heads bakery comm. bakers organize work provisions recovery act ludwig thomas, proprietor bakery, elected chairman held national act, recently passed congress. chamber commerce establish minimum wage scale code ethics governing business. , committee, addition lorain, elyria, each wellington oberlin. commtfttee evening bakery. hay sale, 15 acres. henry brandt, 2. ltp paint. repair, reroof stftl nn-rhanged, stork lasts. customers ordered week. wo bo pleased give you work, obligation, course. lumber co mill, ave. o. advertise bids plant board public affairs rroceecng decision supreme rnilrt pavfq way court deci sion putting end referen dum ?'ubllc aifalrs taking nec-ssary proposed municipal electric un- er way. gin advertising ejection within week, dbids friday, july 14, unless ru- sored injunctions halt board's ans. '.the specifications approv ed heard nelect site nlant aijfew days, tolhurst, hoard. dozen sites considered. .'the decision, rendered noon, threw special elec tion scheduled tuesday, "also upheld vilhme olficials intheir refusal i:ertify pe- titjons wm, millei election t!ie regular november election. legal miller ami liis associates tlisir conten matter statu tory upheld, ft village swept aside obstructions building plant. complete state's highest "this cause hoard demurrer re-1 ply, argued counsel. consideration whereof, adjudged such sustained reason tlifi nrih ! provides existing utility acquisition or construction utility, hence referendum, constitution ohio, article jviii, section 5, sections 4227-1 et seq., code, petition does contain sufficient signatures require respondent certify same elections. state, ex rel. kalile, v. rupert, aud., 99 ohio st., 17." following council met session night repealed ordinance calling considered holding regardless order people, took action. beii binding, outcome. letter read council, submitted allison nichol!. through atty. miller, demanding repealed, threat injunction. removes chance official ligr-.t plant, since subsequent ordinances dum. where than required projpet, lie referred. red cross rooms library afternoon o'clock. until september. mrs. children spending weeks home her narnnts mp- chanlcsburg. celebrate 84th birthday foster, herst's oldest residents, am-and active, 84 years old tomorrow. born raised here, lived .here life. member 63 years. ; visiting ,mrs. josephine calehouse daughter, akron, forme. sirtpr. mra. ada purcell demonstration selected large district manufacturer ilakery signally honored week hydrc-genated shortening. wednesday afternoon, sponsored lever bros. makers product. company ideal stage" demonstration, chosen territory. invited territory itocky river sandusky, ashland. estimated hundred opportunity seeing shortening used. youths see athletics august 16 1(1 set nside day cleveland stadium, youth ful baseball fans privilege indians pbiy philadelphia cost youths. young america guests amheist business .men cleie-land llaseball club. .transportation furnished men, admission effort lo year include girls outing. boys wei-e year. year, arc least age, taken. arrangements party ,1. j. smythe w. (i. schaelver, llusiness .mens association. issue sued stnl residents bv attnrnpv wii. liam dealing situation insofar referendum concerned. miller's claims peo ple bepn deprived vote problem, suggests urge reconsider proposition statement officials, signed mayor sti-wald affairs, explains actions village, ho represents merely interested obstructing desire build letters follow: villagk officials' citizens amherst: writt pn vnr- ious ine signature wm. contains insinuations inferences bad faltti pre venting declaring necessary construct information secured various sources fully convinced the. attnrnfvvn rnn- resenting taxpayer var brought harass embarrass power servicing antfierst wholesale rate. developed driven onnononth nut in. fin nn hint nannia --- j'uwjjaw u4 860 uuu controversy rftween ana me utuoi. (continued fago) drive sell week's organized 'their participation, accordance adopted bank. consisting conrad bauer val entine cook d., mcqueen brownhelm, fauver -of nelson baum- hart reuben mil ler brownhelm. nina leuszler joseph baxter wilford chairman, vice chair man, secretary. canvass secure subscriptions monday, large, amount hubbard, conservator banlc, optimistic prospects early subscriptions. naby-his mr. fred hank. dear fred: queen bungatow says: "curiosity kittens orphans." well, anyway, ago story frogs fell pail cream. come my mind often these tried jump out' pail, rim too high swimming around pall keep drowning. came. midnight, hour hour. finally became tired, pan icky, never out. quit drowned. frog, just drowned, swim stroke. farmer cream there fast asleep island butter, frog wlto die. yes, there's life hope. every hand men become pronounced hopeless, drowned sea hopelessness. yet, others who, altho discouraged slay bitter end. "soft" meantime, quick better it's always darkest dawn and, looking dark ness, feel can't far ahead. believe, too. keen fichtinc -we, dip. ennr. find tke butter normal again. think? yours nabakowski p.s. say, cuys rend letter, what's getting behind movement help open? malco hows nnby. card thanks wish express appreciation friends neighbors, donors automobiles, those sent beautiful floral pieces, minister, kindly assisted during bereavement. family late charles zimmerman.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-06-22|
|Date of Original||1933-06-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-06-22 16 32|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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