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the amherst news-times 1 erdo.our-pafyolumexvi, number 20 thursaay,april;12, 1934 sandstone center of world 39 in township arei just humans by gene carr question board at pta meeting mon. shelter for bicycles, barring children from school noon, yard puddles, finances, recess play were among questions asked . emp loyed fwai wage rates range 50 cents to' $1.25 an hour lbiit "number hours are limited according to departments church group i thirtmne men il- present comedy rect rellef l'8 working fwa projects tnwn- "think it over," a three-act ship, acoortding information comedy, will be presented snipi i3 about third concordia club st. paul's luth- available wednesday. this mum loranchur&hita'theuowril-aiiai fri- her, covering entire town- day. cast includes misses ruth hoffman, dorothy moff, elizabeth ""buescher, natalie scho enfeld, olga dotzlaf, and robert - -- st ? cnuua, nay urugei unu iieaici streicner. 'the "play depicts story jones 'tarriily, middle class "family that -would like ibe weal-'thy. thiricnes, barber, invest ed'in certain oil leases order realize his dreams wealth. apparently without arid tht life-time savings thought 'lost. suddenly "the unusual happens, t,he prove good arid' they "become wealthy. sudden wealth brings several disa preeable factors but ends -with complete understanding. the. fei- hf tuf "'mm:- mmmm -j-m y,-;:: .- mm (j? '.mr.tf. a. daniefc?, 15& woodhill drive, .amherst, ohio. .dear jim ' as :roosevelt suid when he :re-fuse.u lindbergh's invitation, "you .can't make me -soar." cleveland -roofer, who 'is no chromo lilmsdlf, wrote recently said, "nabakowski, roofing sheet metal work may getting 'better mil while, way yon claim tint what queen of- bungalow? -don't notice any particular compliment you give 'her. haiie used same darned prate her last five years. what's matter? don't ever old girl break? or trying kid? yourself, us? "why print pflcture lier, so we can see ourself way' she looks is? may-lie afraid if printed picture would cost a, lot business. dare you. "well, here is. she's bathing beauty, must admit, furthermore wouldn't have going around looking mother hubbard found cupboard. jack dempsey cal coolidge wern't "bathing beantys look how well they've done. remember voted coolidge, some precincts women man, while mary pick-. ford didn't get tally. fight with face although it. on top took himself grass widow. take me, boy certainly was glutton punishment. well, jim, man's is funny thing. course them funnier than others. 'was coming home avashing-ton one day putting out its arms, bungalow train, baby kept "it's remarkable me." then youngster "nice doggie!" "avell, sometimes busy chance shave. ,,but should worry. run 'beauty parlor. it's shop. maybe little rough, handle world's smoothest roofing. sure am balder; let's hope also wiser. my eyes squints, deaf, especially people want borrow money. ain't be, neither our work, bungalow. "jim "they better ever! photographically yours nabakowski, known naby. ps. understand letter not going1 over big bungalow, -if bed cot someplace your garage even (basement, please let know, think need place sleep few nights. cava project? during latter part administration. hourly wages these vary &0 '$.!. o 5 hour, xof each allowed depends upon family bucdget relief commission allows individual case. under new set-up mini head earn month $27.00 man fliree dependents .with maximum $50 16 dependents. worker more 24 week, monthly ranges 54 104, depending lie paid. became avednes- morning painting oi; town hall, which formerly project definitely re-i jected 'a .fwa project, while' hospital been included. and! oouia amnerst cemetaries werei c 11. -u excluded tire beginning pwa ibut since approved and. go forward. rproject south am,herst fire station approved. eour months caara operation amount paid workers $14,848 fortthe outside village, $14,- 852.39 mak ing total pay roll $29,7(00.39. district chairman, said had cooperation fie carrying projcts employed satisfied results secured. garden being planned village supply land, seed; labor (being spon sored elmer johnson post, american legion pava funds. held wednesday evening wjhich commissions trustees present, outline plans. plane tentatively proposed plot. 'six acres land sight 1ms yet decided size their garden. seed fit ground. labor, chosen list, care growing season. avhen crop harvested distributed commission. develope other later. s possible tho food raised immediate requirements those lists canning 'project, further plans made future meetings. lawn mower summer never returned it, public enemy no. 4,793,001. "wot's that?" "a piece sugar. something cup coffee, jdidn't you?" half consents bank officials pleased speed waivers stockholders depositors am-.herst park company '.have reltumed reopening plan bank, announcement t!. i. hubbard, conservator, noon avedniesday. has .mailed week ago monday, or, ten days including sundays. .officials highly expressed remaining number, less hum half, return con sents shortly. "t,he deposl tors 'stockholders determine length time remain conservatorship. ave miust signed all before steps toward securing license," mr. hubbard. avheu licensed lesineiea ueposits tiie uankitives are: fraternal unconditionally free, eagles, eagles auxiliary, knights debenture notes mortgage loan issued tor tne half. entirely, whiqh can, withdrawn request depositors, $300,000. nor required money meet liquid conditions banking laws require. conditio'n accomplished through conversion many mortgages into owners bonds. reelect officers last, department ..election 'officers merely re-election mer officers. philip braun re-elected president; charles mathes, secretary; thomas finnegan, treasurer; herman cahl, janitor. another feature election business re-appointment year's entertainment committee. tle members committee albert barckert,- walter barris, m. b. scharrer, avilliam cahl. entertain .wives fish fry he. )the next april 18, meeting. sell ad p.t.a. elected monday mrs. erwin maxxwell president annual night. were: russell stauffer, vice miss florence bod- nnann, secretary, and, herbert van keurn treasurer. besides speaker, andrew rawscn, program consisted songs taken operetta,' gypsie rover" girls' chorus, solos clara mae zilch, duets zilch homer itickel. adam blythe gave selections dulcimer. begin decoration asks organizations tomorrow night kendeigh, chairman memorial legion, called ageneral herst tomorow (fri day) 7:30 hall. send representa- 0f pythias, pithian sister, odd fellows. spanish avar veterans, avomen's corps, department, two representatives joseph's school. observance discussed meeting, kendiegh desirous having every organization represented others kendeigh franklin moebius, harry sabiers. orval campbell hugh tompkins. first degree given candidates amplyfied form confered cn edward benedict, amherst, kreig berlin heights local k. p. hall inst wo-k conte.red lodge. deputy hymes talked lodge work. 61 visitors luncheon served close confer second amplified heightslodge 18th, attend final county la grange 20t.li. tells state pla. rawson urges groups join congress c. rawson, lagrange, director north central dis trict parents teachers, urged .units affiliat ed national organizations, talk supporting lontention cited conducting passage legislature bill provide schools aaequate funds proper conduct schools. "last friday spent $25.00 letters sent various districts urging to- petitions support gun-sett p'lt onrnji'-"'"-is constantly watching legis-ature, occasion demand-we able largei delegation legislative sessions. influence delegations legislators great, ?ee ac- tions. told managers least four times year year. "right now planning convention october," raw-son asking soldiers away killed." nationol congresses keeping houses cpen, do alone." said. services offer associations. true spirit give, get. avhat advancement primary purpose." encourages leaders, leadership essential. leaders vision, knowledge organization, judgement s,hould ability pick right places expect beyond person chosen. attractive personality advantage, essential greatest did personality." units piust basis minimum 88 mem bers become self-supporting, audience. twenty dues na tional warned association af filiated wth stopped use name. masons stonington lodge, f. m., visitors, enjoyed ham egg supper banquet rooms tuesday evening. stone city chapter, eastern stars. tuesday. after candidates. steve price, rd announced tjie birth seven one-half pound daughter week. narked loretta jean. period, opportunity ask concerning affairs, .bo answered hy cf education, novel written slips paper gathered enswered. ii. .r. penton. fjrst was: managed bicycle rack instead neighbors yard' answer: try find bicycles where locked. question: avhy privilege hour? answere: population too large much confusion resulted. -children could fowminutes longer, school, teaohers pupils bring lunches rest. can't grounds put condition eliminate puddles rain. .beard .has trouble slag. slag ih hauled roads. very soon. aamiy isn't teacher supervising recess? serious problem. faculty felt therei considerable benefit character training allow unsuperivsed play. why there bo high year? custom .for senior for; bids photographers, successful bidder always contracted balance clasp chose photographer her. began working. unsuccessful in-some cauing tl'tsm change minds. then" 'could period start 9:00 o'clock 8:30? , -.! quesltion vote attendance resulting only voting fpr' change, larger against perjpupil hov.does compare schools? exact figures available, -entire $7 3'. 00 per pupil. ;avlth wellington oberlin 'higher'. late 'figures hand. divided general fund bond fund. tfie, scaled down $73,000 three years $48,800 present. receiving mil-lage 2.03 lft law inside 15 miu limitation. youth o. s. u. honor list columbus, o., 12, sixty-one students ohio university's college veterinary medicine won hat winter quarter, making "b" better1 studies. dean v. brumley john micuda, amherst. boys might worse position. op- portunity rudimenta education nothing else do.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-04-12|
|Date of Original||1934-04-12|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-04-12 16 20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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