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the amherst new m1mm srm imes wi do our am volume xvi, number 17 thursday, march 22, 1934 thf cannctnwr rrmtrn -t- -rim tn--nv-v i asks cooperation with 'relief work so it seems by alfred biggs york- .exports in aviation doubtless can (.explain to their own satisfaction nvhy army can't fly "mail without loss of life. ten splendid young fliers have been thrown away because brass hats over-estimated abil ity -til 'the air corps a mail carrier's job. "more deaths be expected before end qf urmy fiscal year,, says one ' them, "with brazen effrontery characteristic "his class. men street looks like sheer inefficiency. courage is beyond question; for efvery 'tlrrown hund red more are instantly ready take air. such magnificent 'but deporable recklessness youth. just humans letters president source great deal extra , recent publication ,the fabulous salaries and bonuses paid 'heads certain businesses during depression pro vides food thought. these big executives who issued orders cut salaries, reduce wages fire thousands workers 'employ, contlued feather nests despite privation misery all around them. this concentration wealth power thei hands few totally lacking human sympathy utterly void any sense responsibitly toward fellow must cease. has no part .the day which dawning. naby-his letter plea greater on 'part public re lief administration forces was made tuesday morning a. na bakowski, chairman local j relief 'forces. mr. nabakowski said that let ters written folks united states causes work. each pres ident acknowledged ident's secretary, then referred state from originates. refers county, county chairman. at point given attention report made. makes chairman, back president. following routine involves writing seven other letters, president's! secretary person making complaint also head quarters, affice, again. "making reports complaints alone, when they sent washington or columbus, creates an awful lot could eliminated if com- gene carr ibarra stj team enter tournament newly reorganized business men's entered lorain class b tourna ment will play ridgeville's ex-high 1:00 o'clock saturday, meet avon victorious first encounter. semi finals slated played sat urday night, final game scheduled as preliminary the-class night. composed young, berger, hoffner, raesler, year's comets, stark guild, huber, maths lach former team. clicking good style far chance cop series. bus-iness defending champs having won title last year. 63 pupils show 1u1d sixteen percent positive reactions schools than 16 per cent tho schools, were 'given skin tests tubercu- osis reacted postively, showing' contact diease some time. 'hold till come out!" 'nix, that's old you wimmin desertin' y'kids!' aged pioneer called death august michael born house near his late home amherst's oldest pioneers claimed u-h a,. tn lncnl office . ,.. v" " ibusl imlcliael died lnaf il.. yl l 1 t 11 rtf fair f u write uie uuv amherst, ohio. 1934. 3!r. henry wesbecher. wesbecher hardware co., strlckley hardware??? dear hank: - queen bungalow says: least you've got to. admit educational. "well, hank week someone .said talking myself, did say myself." "anyway, sometime algo read story bathtub; bathtub america put adam thompson, cincinnati lined sheet lead, weighed ton, "hank, me-1 never helped carry second floor didn't. .history hathtub interest-j s inc. onco upon time there plumber carpenter fell love .with same girl both wanted her hand. wnv. -what said. her, wed but consequences serious plumibing industry onfforpfl fiver since. unsuc- .ooafiii onrnenter. he didn't suit determined venire. "of course, might shot plumber, knew wouldn't get him ,n,.i,nr nnvw.iv. anywhere rould from. earpen ter had disposition hand ful penny nails. himself not only whole .plumbing industry. so, after that, whenever built house, three turns stairs. laid beams where pipes would come, drove nail left sticking out. carpenters followed-his example. five-foot nine, clearance stairs, five foot seven, ever since way .an blast. oniy shift sink burn down place. up stairs now, know-how houses way. and, your daughter wants marry carpenter, tell what 'but, hank, trom ,1 l.nnlr ernor. tnose bu uaw commissions answered." every board careful atten tion, requirement signed. unsigned consideration all. people com mission generally sign names fear trouble arise it. vet governor yet signed committee. "we should we willing give r d ought us," -aid. saic commission ing "an expedite lief-work. of-1 fice ton half butter lard, two tons smoked meat, 400 sacks flour, oth-1 er surplus delivering daily- need. alone being families lists, require additional help. request help carefully investigated wherever need ed. tnat those entitled call otnee me town hall. refernce mr neceesary does wish so. go officials, nabakowski, m r. rowers mayor stlwald, bob cromwell township officals, considera tion. week. services held nt peter's evangelical church monday, rev. c. e. schmidt officiating. .michael spring st. doors died. farmer life until about twelve years ago retired. farm located south road. michael's favorite hobby hunting fishing took, opportunity spend along streams fields county. funeral attracted host friends relatives. selections, "we'll goodnight here muuu.iiuijiuis licit;, ami "face face" sung george william garthe mrs. organ. pall bearers john frederick, bauer, jacob rosenkranz, miller, g. menz bauer. burial cleveland cemetery. six quota ccc g next six-month term ci-v inn conservation camp april may. lorain" set 73. applicants now 'be between ages 25 years, citizens states, married unemployed, allot substantial portion ?30.00 monthly cash allotments dependents. hardwares rubber tonight seeks defeat pennzips third series strong "rubber" semi-pro tough opponent favored win amature elyria defeated stone towners 22-21 score precentage even higher, nearly 23 reacted. comparison wellington ly taking test positively. themselves anything alarmed about, d. ii. u. o'brien, merely tha child lias exposed tuberculosis necessarily mean tubercular. possible general health overcome influence nothing dangerous result. results family physician able watch patient. further signs develop proper precautions taken. figures, out helath department, showed 384 jskin reactions, 239 60 reactions. dr. o'brien x-rays advanced cases rites kluss yesterday elizabeth kluss, 73, monday morning. e officiated. ger many came 43 ago. .most spent eight husband karl she survived sons, charles, london, william, home, albert, amherst. wa3 crownhill cemetary, conrad zilch charge. bidders sale sheriff you. me; consolation: eyen hardest job easier uso roofing metal last's much longer., bo better, make swear. yours truthfully, nabakowski. piece property sold sheriff's jotber principal ithe forclosure proceedings. reported saturday ten-acre bought y stanley houghton, russia township. ap peared.at sale. satisfy $11,000 mortgage judgement taken common pleas court gus helm-sath, oberlin. members past actions mortagago holders 'because lack putaide bidders. ( breaks hip falls sidewalk werner suffered broken slipped ice granddaughter, walter burgenheim p. m. lay helpless hour cries heard assistance her. resi dent winter husband, northeim, west martin street. neighbors, took into charles hamel later daughter' anubulance. f. mcqueen condition well as' ex-pedted under circumstances induct pastor servicessunday bosse installed minister paul's boste enthusiastic reception st lutheran sun afternoon. audience filled capacity formally inducted pastor. charge station brooklnnd. s. recieved service hero. lie 'remained complete work-he started. flowers, potted plants-and ferns decorated sunday's occasion, added impressiveness occasion. hear understand sermons preached, geooriri kuechle. clevelandrin german another w. loose zion church, english. j. keller, circuit visiting pastor, installation ceremony. misses ruth hoffman natalie schoenfeldt sang duet, accompanied emery redman. social rooms ceremony sponsored ladies' aid society, club concordia club. game, nlfulo sanatorium. thirty-came tie series, ma(le winning 35-23. shotted early infections tetuns impressive re-, care pa-cords season, defeating tient best teams state. jwill effect cure. hardwares, jack tea-1 ny, al dornkott, jerry gormley doyle hutton, bill gui'ld. ed menz, art gleason comprise opposition hard keep top, bridge water leaking rreezes sidewalks hazard seen firestone game. squad of! basketeers lor ain. guns dunlop ,, mcchonie, ursic ducar. vjrk cetral's rail-hardwares trt0iul ,ri,,ses pame n fr ""en-crown 1932 "0u tl,e vll,ae conc year, hard- w.o muyur it- wares once again claim title. busness kleeners 7:30. ported agent's correction article week's news-times stated l. barrick village clerk's hall assist preparing personal tax returns. error. learn filling returns giv- peaking bridges causing mon sidewalks. railroad promised its maintenance crews chop off ice, nothiiib dona matter. "the really bad,'r told council. walk clean suddenly feel slipping bridge. worse icicles falling sides leaving on. top solid sidewalk." carl mathes, asked increase nnv c uvuicu en ny r-. ;uui)t'r, omjiiiu jjg jnc miller. crease grounds town's financial-condition lime warrant pay increases. ; .- council .board, trilqfnac nf tlin imifiifliln ...111 -"fl"v t.miense oi putting linoleum ferd o. krause buried friday brotherhood sponsor banquet ferdinand krause, g2 lingering illness several years. age parents. germany remainder lived here. widow, ericka, sisters, brothers survive. baker schmidt, officiate over afsea-ofmo r(n -eteta 789 shlt albright ttill, begin painting father-son evening, 16th. attend district rally 5th. plans wore meeting evening's speaker andrew fritsch experiences seeking employment states. 3 buildings stf ;ed wednesday hall, library hospital. ijeing done cwa transfered fera 37st ceases. nino painters projects morning; confirms boys girls confirmed membership sunnay annual palm the'ehurch. k. conduct confirmation. evening reunion confirmands hold easter pageant, "ho lives." cooper sam wraggj, attended he-publican columbus thursday. mr., cooper, 4,000 republicans, representing the- state, meeting, republicans enthusiasm unity.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-03-22|
|Date of Original||1934-03-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-03-22 16 17|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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