|Save page Remove page||Previous||1 of 4||Next|
Loading content ...
the amherst news-times w ootjur part volume xvi, number 21 thursday, april 19, 1934 sandstone center of world seek aid to keep hospital just humans by gene carr court throws out plant contract has $1,289.93 in unpaid bills; deficit mounting higher each month; council solution difficulty is supreme brewster case decides "pledge receipts" plan purchasing electric violation constitution '1 11 threatened with loss its .hospital unless some method o financing it found within a short timie. john fritz, secerotary hoard sought help solve problem from village last tuesday night. mr. fritz reported that steadily losing money, even after reducing .pay nurses one-half their regular salary. lies two directions, first lack sufficient patients pay expenses operating hospital, and becond inability collect all cases where services were 'given. quoted .following figures. march, l'934: rendered $ 630.47 686.52 collections 378.89 february, 1934: ? '882.13 epenses 747.36 says david k. wilson, architect artist delux, 631 park ave., amhcrsit.ohio. itear dave:- you may be fine, upstanding respectable citizen, but han-,ana peeling doesn't care. well anyway, not long ago i asked young lady friend mine whether she was going certain party, said, "i don't know t will, or not. have nothing wear." w.hen got the- party about (person saw. "well," see yon tame, wore st." women are funny way clothes. thay want as few clothes possible, lots them. they think fine for woman wear nice dress somewhere, "but ought get life second offence. it's one week, disgrace next. now, men different. wjhen am invited out, only something wear, actually on. if fellow comes up me at says, "naby, suit on certainly wears like iron," pleased over. shows picking course, 1 say henestly, "yes, iron, looks it." feel complimented same. proves good piece goods when ,1 it, (although don't). anybody told queen bungalow pat drees theirs would pass out. what we do withthese women. -want new clothiss themselves, hut us any old 'ones. they've put curse anything comfortable. time man gets broke in, they'break ou i've hat fished hunted 12 years, also ibeat carpets didn't make my getaway fast enough every there's riot. queem she's burn up. thing, his safety deposit box keeip "well, dave, .have taken smoking. this: no will ever break meerschaum pipe. a-bout begins color now one. pipe be-igin taste until smells bad. understand such things. so tell your wife use our roofing sheet irietnl work, eo muqh longer than othor, buy ones right off. which alright -with me,, bought ours. 4 yours style show, . , a. .nabakowski otherwise known naby. 651.42 january, 629.55 714.64 s04.25 attributed hospital's situation fact many people who need attention because funds, those go unable bill. he january 1, owed $1,14s.46 bills, end march this amount had increased $1,289.93. county commissioners ap proved allocation $2,0ioo tor money could $100, council. balance paid until, more taxes, said auditor's ofrice him. appointed committee consisting councilmen henry kane dr. mcqueen meet board township trustees determine solving can found. plans mentioned 'included "hospital day" donations made, seeking iri the$2,000 collected. indicated "board desired speedy remedy, ana rather close continue operations "in red." prepare youth judge banquet advises fathers find fault does things 'they must better," large crowd sons heard h. c. wilcox father son brotherhood evangelical church manday t,he best attended meetings "kind held recent years. spofce an easy, conversational manner, undoubtedly drawing years experience juvenile probate bench county. talk entirely devoid thundering emphasis often made speakers, spolce tone manner quickly won confidence listeners. "as dad boy a-long together there can't bad happen," advised. wonderful young. "youth always, meant develope broad shoulders strong arms carry burdens battle," said. how small really were, peope bs half again into mile square. edge -the colorado canyon let tip deep abyss below. noiso disturb other planets. later vegetation grown little mound whero civilization lays hurled, that's it. humanity, thaf, been able develdpe al thlngsmfc-has,. travel over land, fly air, sail seas apg'keveru under sea. human!- "why did strike him?" "doctor cry goin thourht.l'd with!" winter's rubbish being away clean-up week began monday local gathering accumulation bags, barrels reeeptablps left them curb. street seen waited curb collector take away. starting morning continuing tomorrow these containers hauled village. trtick telief labor hirea avork. policemen's dance policemen sponsor given 3rd. proceeds sick accident fund. ty conquering universe. god heads here, that, is, does." advised education, saying present system enough. takes lot preparation equip children today fight battles world. different did. "we expect folks better did, different," parts program consisted duets, "more master be," "oh hallelujah, praise-his name," gartho brothers; one-act play, "spring," drama class high school; several selections sunday school orchestra; trumpet solos lester grobe arthur epply jr. norwood baumhardt toastmaster. greetings sent george holstcin tend. st. joseph's summer round-up examination pupils enter next fall .by o'brien health office wednesday morning. connection annual sponsored joseph pta. oh, rare spring day spring? outlet, we're bank progresses opening sixty-three per cent consents received noon progress re-opening plan. wednesday, weeks mailed depositors stockholders, percent received. meantime evidencing misunderstanding mortgage loan company, issues debentures ,the, restricted de posits, organized pur pose protecting depositors. majority directors company always deposi tors bank, places control hands provides period seven stockholders place stock escrow required dividends earnings legal reserve requirements. directly applied toward retirement debenture notes. announced upon $300,000 immediately available depositors, making business employment conditions. post open normal service restored office, according order postmaster e. foster. closing afternoon economy measure. same carrier routes changed effect economies time. considered sacrifice efficiency office. order' returned former status, remain wednesday. tin cans mix garbage kept ot pails, ruling city officials. garbage, mus,t bo free everything except salo, mayor stiwald week. article mixed cannot disposed regulai way. gust bishop, collecting village, carbace collected night begin ning '24th. contest boys girls chance story writing here are, age. reporter? people, ask questions daily life, learn ups downs? write history buildings institutions? here's try hand real reporter written you'll work addition participate $5.00 cash prize. rules simple. amy girl enter. then pleasant prove educational fun. write, opportunity. offering assistance cntiant selectbn topic general instructions proceed. pupil never before him contest. rules: entrants select confined topic. registered, registered reserved exclusively pupil. switching topics. topics should news-tini'as accepted for, rest news-times. stories published. will' writers., minimum 50 cents. prize, provided least stories. deal human interest angle success, failure person object beiirg about. ara-hert. prominent women, buildings, public institutions like. town pays garden costs voted contribute cost plowing fitting ground project furnish seeds needed, town's share expense exceed $175.00. sponored elmer johnson post, american legion piui become fra soon planting ready. hired relief lists care garden, harvest distributed commislon. ladies comedy yesterday society congregational met parlors church. announcement seth parker program, "an evening jonesport," evening, 9.. cast out-of director constitute program. amherst's eiectric light fairbanks-morso illegal state ruled case. validity containing- attacked. basis amhotst contract. " "contravenes spirit letter constitution.' developament effects village's appeals bit uncertain. gladys schroeder decision against throwing plaintiff's attorney fees $2,000. following webber's carried sitting elyria solicitor j. smythe appeared passed hearing pending application rehearing lu court. reversal mean escaping payment attorneys. verbal fireworks flared ' meeting councilman egeland charged f. straus, engineer, too much serivces. straus replied called specifications based work. claimed "played sport bill them." declared ho place. steips motter decided re-hearing of. plied floating bond issue, the-village obligation event approved, receipts used retire bonds. play hall tonite community players give bellamy trial murder enacted lonjgh coummunity "the trial." stephen ballamy susan ives margot bellamy. murdered thorne estate. body discovered conroy since died. pollco without clujes, intense questioning suspects led arrest bellamy, her husbandv ives,, patrick ives, wealthy broker. great surprises take' during show mrs. had-overpowering motives kiluns trial" belnff presented players, direction miss kathvm eckler, dramatic teacher clearviow school. assembled rehearsing month la presentation.. entertain clittb homo august naba kowski east - he: ttia scene friday afternoon, meeting, thecloverleaf club. member invited.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-04-19|
|Date of Original||1934-04-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-04-19 16 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
|Digitization Information||300dpi, 8bit Grayscale, Model: SunRise 2000, Software: iArchives, Inc., 3.240|