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nra the amherst news-times wi otur paw volume xvi, number 16 thursday, march 15, 1934 sandstone center of world if t filing deadline isv . , v iv m ami u vi iu liiniiui diui tv personal property owners must make returns by that date no general ctxension time for tax -will be made this year commission ohio, intangible disvision announced in a letter to (cbun.y auditor c. s. kelser friday. will as originally fixed, march' 31. past years has been empowered grant extensions emergency enactments state legislature. these laws have 'now expired ana are therefore longer possible. commislon pointed out, however, various county auditors may individually tax-paying per-j iod. unless is done counjty, 31 last( day without penalty. e. l. barrick at office village clerk local town hall each except sundays rest month help taxpayers thelii returns, beginning to- day. naby-his j amherst, ohio. f- 1934. imr. w. j. bodman co.. ,strickley dry goods. amhor&t, dear bill: coolidge said when he refused lindbergh's invitation, "you can't me soar." recently fellow something about friend miner letters yours thai you writing through simply lot hooey. my grabbed taxi and came right over tell it. what realy was naby swell head, his blah. all i ever talked myself-that had never mentioned him even once. nobody read letters, would bet twenty people spoken fool mistake last one. gave pain neck; and, neck biggest part it pretty painfull. so stopped letters. then began get some. one lady wrote: "what's big idea? or just run out them,?'' another: getting .swelled on yourself too write those any more, suppose?" got many kicks wear pillow. worst " way felt myself. me, were like vrit-lng some-ones blond stenographer whether she brunette tit-ian with mae west figure side street. .. wanted do besides sell them roofing sheet metal work try take their money. "bill from life man's money, not friendship, than feel failure though we best hoofing world, do. begging pardon, queen bungalow, put plainly, give me-your-money and-to-hell-wlth-you policy of, till votes dry, a. nabokowski. start practice rehearsals play, "the bellamy trial" given "by community players, ibegin week. play tuesday, april 17th. fourth series five iplays players stage season, inter school ' games played (by hugh mcgarvey) an intra-mural. tournament being staged week high gym, climax basketball season. there eight teams entered: ohio state, michigan, notre dame, harvard, navy, southern california, yale army. they captained b y brown, ehrman, young, redman, raesler, berger haas hoffner. started tuesday night navy beating army 22 14 harvard downing 28 2g hectic tilt. two foul shots only 20 seconds left decided first round continued wednesday dame losing california 34-22 michigan defeated voh'io 16-14. generally considered favorites 'but now toss-up. semi-finals tonight meeting playing harvard. finals consolation game held friday night, af-ter school, here admission pulbic invited. allen schroeder valedictorian average 95.1 wins honor; girls rank next liking subject 'as well another reason grades lias recieved which won distinction chosen graduating class year. grades. winning honor brought credit sex, seems a, lucky thing boys among graduates mext four places girls. runner-up tor janice holzhauer 94.3. cecelia schmitz came' third, 92.4, helen brucker 92.35 flore-ice deuschle fifth 91.52. 'began ca-ree distinguishing during freshman received a's. plan deportion? relief aliens save $200,000; known residents foreign born ohioans who deported could learned program riding its rolls foreign-born naturalized american citizens. lorain deported, offices elyria tuesday. mexicans will., go, according program. railroads granted concessions rates, estimated mexican can te transported border $15.00. tho'se return mex ico placed farms. other countries contacted view securing co-operation their- subjects. england indicated willingness pay expense returning her subjects, others expected willing follow england's example. o. braught, director, ohio's reliet load "be cut approximately $200,000 deportation citizens art rolls. humans i.llss i, iahwvkx3)v ,1.1. .- "mama! willie's rassin' th worms acain!" students' pta monday "extra curricular" pleased large crowd students" p. t. the' program" entertainment members very attendance allowed judge applause. varied terest attention audience centered end. staging exhibition activities outside regular studies. attended meetings recent date, clayton springer, president organization. opened num'bers orchestra, "normal march," "sourthern medley." demonstration m'eeting council donald fullmer, president, presiding. numbers sung girls' glee club, "when night" clara zilch donna humphrey soloists, "over fields clover." one-act sham" was! presented dra-j ma class, parts carl dein-er, mai'jorle plato, leonard w11-' son, geoffrey monger. elmer smith announcements romani hodierni, latin club. olive guild spoke "some reasons why pays latin," kathery braun, mary louise gaehr, eleanor benedict evelyn webster roman drill. boys' club sang "all night," "my spanish guitar," "i saw sammy." jack teaman, editor record, told ideals paper after sample copies closed "hail america" orchestra. refreshments served memlbers committee. holy name croups met stanley gambtsh host sixteen society home evening. group plans organize indoor baseball team join league lorain. groups same also entertained wesbecher william wilker. mend-it mrs. h. fullmer sewed afiternoon 4 o'clock luncheon. gene car iw8 jss&ss .j - jill party celebrat's legi0nib1rthday public invited hear speakers founding legion paris, while soldiers still soil, properly celebrated (thursday) johnson post auxiliary. celebration k. hall. begin 6 families both groups. tureen supper served. at- attend ceremonies advancement colors opening ceremony commander donnelly. rev. f. eastman offer prayer. includes musical selections, talks atty. guy findley. elyria, richard r- fauver, social hour evening post. orval campbell clarence kern hosts saturday sunday dis trict conference sandusky several legiohaires planning attend. record? mentionat meet publication recognized feature stories miss katheryn murray, faculty advisor staff publication, returned northeastern press feeling quite elated honorable mention convention. recognition story contest conduc ted entitled. "little hollywood," written accorded honor. present semester. succeeds mcgarvey, whose term expired. add significance stated record cleveland area win contests. murray convention were: brucker, harry powers! kenneth fritz women's benefit association lucy roemer, axtell business meeting. second appeal clothing old neeessary following '-ollection post, ?aturday. although canvass )f homes few garments necessary. :nade gathered turned tewing clinic basement librarv. women employed re-make clothing. everything renovated, badly worn used form torn servicable charge violet curtice, wellington. firestone hardwares world's pro oppose fans once more opportunity seeing professional action tires invade (thursday). firestones uosenuiums new york renaissance, three strongest world. natioifally rolief administrations ap-known team, having inproval washington author-every union hold ities. ing victories menvber ., family gainfully mentioned. ,. ! character fans. under tho find perfection diuei en phases basket-) ball heighth, speed, experience beautifully executed tloor, lmll imijbuj t.. o sute bmergenoy ad them. mistration pub- "cookie" cunningham, ljc ci,avacter, 0f economical forwards ;socla i,enent pubis veteran unbeatable ,ic tq pubjcly owned instltu-new celtic ljong reparate grants be-ray dickerson. reeves 1 ma(le matorials. brothers fastest men court, "slim" shoun, 5 feet 11 inches it,-x ni center, uie umi. u,au- tallest. chad-1 wick. cable nish scoring team. hardwares, doyle1 t" li tnti f myt fm hn nl.' nuiiou. .., u..... squad aga n back teany al dornkott, guild. yarsa. gleason. menz, should rovm wormy 10 mc famous firestones. least gelt idea strength tackle rubber city outfit tonight. secured amnerst tnrougn euons oi dealer, ne hinuersi uii ju tire door prize, tube quarts fleetwing motor oil prizes. amherst's entry tournment floor preliminary against wassem bros. co. henrietta. composed stark, huber, guild, former hardware sev eral amehrst varsity graduate completes training period algegert fritz, daughter mr. john ftritz, receive cap indicating completion probation nurse's toledo hospital. bf saturday. complete studies years. homo visiting parent end,and afternoon. b. meets whu werner mrs love brownhelm. hope seen jnew fera administration declare town. ; industrial federal intended primarily larger cities centers, some source amherst. ceases exist 31st. ordera hopkins, administrator washington, desirable civil works projects operation suspension transfered divisions administrations." order further provides transfer persons cwa administration. reference locations where carried on, the'or-der provides: forward towns population 5,000 counties political subtil-visions determined predominately urban industrial. determination bo submitted admin- jstration review nvi" uvai. amount permitted proceed amlierst d&- termined ,ler wjll g-fi gfm&i basis need, recieve equal conisderation mfin ilu nrrlprs stated. approved ny 24 hours lost inclement weather. lmavoillablo delays, national alexander fur gtate holi(,ayg condi-punch the, hf.vnml tl, pntrol th' employee up the.-succeeding days. wn tl)e prevalllnfr mm the.,0. ,n wh)ch ,g but jn th(j legg yield 30 cents provided limited maximum weekly earnings shall exceed necessary bedge. tary requirements. prevail raites commltteo appointed consisting representative organized labor, entertains study forty guests "guest day" afternoon wesbecher. mayme blum assistant hostess. 'a playlette, "they impression" taken james nicholl, glllman, harold penten, j.. beach, n. foster alexander, was- principal nlaylett directed lucy" roemer. plav, "misa oakley telephones" drama cast: grace shlnsky, gwendolyn thomas. holzhauer, herbst. vocal solos, "a dream," "oh, tlwso tears," mis3 dorothy jones, kathryn accompanist.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-03-15|
|Date of Original||1934-03-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-03-15 16 16|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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