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the amherst news-times sandstone center of world r v do our part volume xvi, number so thursday, november 8, 1934 close hospital next thursday jjjls. it- i( 7 protest against brick building business men voiced their to board county commissioners and lorain relief commission last monday use in construction a proposed school "building on pleasant view sanatorium grounds. is as an fera project with labor .used its being paid by federal government, arid material county. "we feel that here sad mistake. all other buildings group are constructed stone new should also be harmonize .the others. futhermare, af would give employment men, quarry 'have told me they willing sell at cost getting it out srouna just have work some pf men," said j. smythe, president association. association immediately voted favor committee was instructed draw up s. resolution setting forth position men. members were shown motion pictures taken children's health camp summer following heard l. b. hineman, executive secretary co. tuberculosis tell group. he explained benefits survey done check spreading diease. pleaded for establishment grounds sanatorium, thought could erected about $10,000. pta meeting ' parent-teachers ass'n will held evening hall. after meeting, short time devoted questions answers. this music anvherst string trio, miss dorothy jones, emma dresch-ler clara mae zilch. playlet presented fourth fifth grades. "the origin thanksgiving." characters follows: mistress brewster, mildred jean kaser; elder earl stiwald; priscil-ja mullens, wilma holzhauer; mary chilton, frances wacker; love john penton; billington, "walter brucker; alden, jim donnelly; miles standish, gordon ward; squanto, edwin foster; massasoit, edward biennan; mary, shirley miller. play thanksgiving from viewpoint student given geoffrey monger; parent, mrs. schwartz; teacher, dorthea zilch; point minister rev. r. c. jensen. program conclude trio. discuss bazaar plans joint ladies aid society mission ary methodist church wednesday afternoon church. discussed december, while missionary listened ipaper life johai wesley eva hearn, resume addresses wm. shaw, missiqnary. shaw's book studied year. once you-have sold customer, make sure satisfied. stay him until goods used or worn out. your product may such long you never again, but his friends. favors "was adopted upon learning considered sanatorium. whereas, we understand school'bu'ilding iis rected pleasantview project, has been suggested unit during months connection fresh .air camp, building, institution cleveland quarries agreed furnish stane 'for a'id measure -purpose providing unemployed. now, therefore, resolved "by men's conjunction air built sandstone. further resoveb copy sent passed 5th day november, 1934. fred holzhauer. sec. pres. brownhelm man dies peter rringham, 61, brownhelm, died st. lukes hospital, cleveland, saturday. deceased survived widow, theresa; six children: cecil young, oberlin; ruth, margaret catherine, william shirley, home. brothers two sisters: bowling green; martin, lawrence sebastian vermilion; frank, painesvllle; jacob, elyria; thomas porter esthei' dute elyria. funeral rites mon baker fun eral home, f. e. eastman pastor congregational church, officiating. burial cemetery. plan party christmas gift exchange made past chiefs club home george hoffner evening. dec. 17 h. a. monger, main contests games diversion evening, honors going ella jaeger catherine c m er o n. "hearts" ann lynch received first hours rose lau-er consoled. lunch served 10 five guests, ehrman, chas. miller, g. pietch, walter elinore ruth. light bills late electric la'te month. delay due possible .change rates. matter definitely decided tonight board. one babies" red cross public nurse proudly displays infants under her care. years nurses aided birth more than 19,000 babies care mothers many others, save lives babies. railroad repair bridge rail protruding into approach jackson soon removed condition remedied, according councilman henry kane who reported council tuesday night. mr. met officials york central railroad, who, looking over hazard, something agreement, which still tentative every promise ratified, provides village shall build retaining wall west side bridge. then cinders fill, put steel beam widen northern eight feet. widened not road does now. confirmation ofr a-greement looked officials, authority complete deal village. authorized scraping roads filling chuck holes them winter. werner zilch possible. mayor appointed conn- cilmen mcqueen egeland represent firemen's pension created ordinance recently. amherst's liquor third reading tuesday. limit, permit ting sale beer, extended 12 o'clock 1 when charles edwards spoke saying earlier closing discriminate am herst dealers outside town. proclamation "as i hereby designate period 29 review american value community; set aside annual enrollment coming, "this office touch needs those affected depression few years, seen ready response meet needs. organization's flexible meets emergencies disasters kinds; permanent structure year year, .to study means through epidemics prevented. community expert service command whatever coming brine. "i therefore call former renew memberships roll urge hitherto enroll names need banner signed, agrees change ordinance. armistice fri. completed sponsored elmer son post 11s legion ana schools, fri lie gym start 7:30. speaker atty. w. cinniger lorain. complet orchestra. songs gra'ie. grade two, woodpecker song" teddy rear song." three, sleep-infg beauty." remarks geo. schroeder, commander legion. rhythm band two. accordian solos. boys' glee club. vocal solo mauheen decker. grades four five, "over river thru woods." girls' address attorney cinniger, taps. fighting disease disaster cross." stiwald, extra bond issues tax levies. poor-relief issue levy schools went down defeat before voters special session tomorrow night consider action toward hospital. called fritz, board, morning ruling prosecutor must secure 65 per cent favorable vote order become effective. reports only majority necessary carry, frank stevens required carry. certainly regret close, see nothing else do. people. now accept decision. had hoped carry worked hard it. cannot continue go debt. paid," fritz. fritz indicated probably closed 15th november. stood 5 tor, tcr 553 against. township oustide gave 277, compared 237 against, giving the-hospital 23 votes. won needed ma- ioritv 2 , recieve word death ross hart harry hart, 41, war veteran, brother stanley warren, ohio, suddenly los angeles, calif., tuesday, oct 30. military services buried soldier's memorial cemetery, there. besides brother, father, toledo, widow california. mother, i. away several ago. nephew dr. well known youth, spent most summers grandparents, schuler. born tole'lo, september 11, 1s93 lived roast since 1912. atten- ed high tole miami institute germantown, ohio. enlisted tl'e 23rl engineers early sergeant class france. overseas, tended toulouse university toulouse, king passes king, 70, north-elyria ridge road, saturday p. m. black township, north where resided farm purchased knox syndicate moved wife, elizabeth, sister, roth, affiliated woodman lodge. rickel, evangelical charge conrad street brother-in-law hasenflue elyria ave. hold meetings wesleyan series illustrated lecture prof. oberlin college. expected travels holy land. invited meeting. levies defeat. 481 favorable, 4 09 lost ot even break, 114 voting for, judging record ther people liberal issuefor projpet "worse setback either issues. defeated 107 ount 424 531 south is--sue there carried, 145 100 political town both republican offices. state ticket crossed democratic ticket, brown 473 50(7 davey. hut clung tc column, urown 298 davey 281. race united senator '429 fess-and fi7s donahey, 290 votes 264 fess. stayed: thp lor congrr-ss. villas voteriv shepard, 542 453 har- trr, township. 300 shepard 2d harter. coui;ty bo.th ami stayed side. candidate townshin. sher- iff clarence diclc ran ahead here, receiving total 1051 547 opponent. dick larger did wright vho unopposed. dance nite la dances athletic club, scheduled winter, o. secured jantz bis nine piece very fortunate having orchestra, rated highly circles. head campaign manager amherst. organizing teams captains ho expects announce starting date-soon. spaghetti supper circle ann's joseph's (thurs.) btaning 5:30. cordially attend. .j2
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-11-08|
|Date of Original||1934-11-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-11-08 16 50|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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