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amherst's 125th anniversary 1939 volume xx, number 44 friday, november 11, 1938 sandstone center of the world amherst news-ti met 0 oratorical contest to be held friday annual prince peace contesl will at local school friday. because large entrants, he all during morning and part afternoon. speeches begin in regular chapel period. those who have classes dismissed from audience but free periods allowed hear speakers. any other persons town are interested invited drop time, supt. powers stated yesterday. there three representatives amherst, 19 contestants divided into groups. two groups complete their while third give theirs a different set judges for afternoon speeches. winners friday's compete county contest. continue- sectional, district, state national contests with handsome prizes given final winners. rmsmess men hearbindnian l. b. hindman, secretary lorain tuberculosis health association, spoke sixty members wires monthly meeting businessmen's association monday night st. paul's lutheran church. hindman told why was singled out among human ailments particular emphasis. "most diseases not nearly so deadly as tuberculosis. if i had my choice between small pox wouldn't hesitate moment choose pox. it has definite course run then is over little after-effects. tuberculosis, once gained headway, seldom cured. "further, may its advanced stages before detected, readily detected first symptoms," said. cited an example man brought sanatorium examination. showed that his lung perforated immediately admitted, died within weeks. yet known infected until examination sanatorium. "and make matters worse, this worked restaurant right up day sanatorium," reported. said hardest job locate disease, on effort devoting major interest. another speaker regional director norman thompson, charge recreational work south amherst. activities urged establishment canter reports committees were heard routine business conducted. dr. cole speak pta mon. p. t. a. hold next night. e. cole, oberlin college, "developing personalities", features monday's bo group singing several selections by men's ouartet. left thursday california mr. mrs. henry schroeder (thursday) san bernadino, california. they ere planning stay tho winter, returning about april 1. driving new pontiac which got factory monday. last corn farm ed. bruck forty-one community joined jo above, twelve having leave news - fields completely husked yell backed action. displays very fine attitude o just version story never grows old f. r. often one finds himself frame mind believe perhaps isn't good sense after become too opinionated concerning subject. you know when you're due hump something your viewpoint fewer legs stand on. nobody likes pins knocked under convictions, nor either, matter. granting this, would seem best rigidly. come blow, it's much easier keep sane balance. example, "always maintained girl shouldn't marry young whom she cared enough go "steady." should passed age twenty. many fifty years ago, marie gimbel, william koepp, went contrary both these beliefs mine, came thru flying colors. seeing koopps eve celebration golden wedding agree been lower rates better than municipal plant editorial news-times wishes congratulate mem bers board public affairs keen bargain drove ohio service co. negotiations electric light rates, also take issue council action proceeding legislation erection electiic plant. we feel, view secured prove detriment asset claimed it. rate set-up o. s. offered, claims can further reduce cost electricity users. do manner benefit users propose month service. past found possible accepted feel months could without loss board. contrast what might offered erecting plant, according members, $145,000, pf $65,000 grant federal government, leavine balanrr. must pay $80,000. debt against admitted no reduction granted fbr years. fact, question whether even present maintained. here increase rather decrease rates. angle same situation. duly elected officials village who, law, administration system. governing determine policies hire employees. bills. management system, operates own generating or now, buying current wholesale selling people, vested directly only affairs. possession figures relative costs income. opinion position accepting offer would.be erected. recommended council. seen fit disregard recommendation proceed build people possessed excellent taste unusual foresight gimbel eighteen married koepp ago tuesday, culminating courtship half years' duration. "but twenty-four six older i," exclaimed youthfulness bride. perfect solution problem our daughters marrying young. born house stood southeast corner spring-st park-av, us remember later date earle homestead, germany parents nine settled north attended receiving learning give. boy farm, twenty-one forces fairy godmother (continued page 4) huskers er, wife late township trustee, ready husking. b single day. twenty-nine pictured times camera arrive scene activity. ow ears hauled granary. spirit f neighborliness. red cross roll call start get way week-end lpaders hoping finish saturday. junior senior girls high soliciting direction h. dulmage, chairman. dulmage fie assisted litzenberg, glenn stevenson john mori. cases mayor cooper c. court week. burney gibson fined $100 disorderly conduct. unable fine, sentenced toledo workhouse serve out. couple sentence. tuesday morning, joe kulas tried assault battery warrant sworn elmer haas. guilty $5 costs. want matter clear. already accused 'sold out" record does show this. "sold opposed waited now. challenge anybody point paper fair impartial account taken place. ran nothing embarrass dealing citizens wanted them hand secure deal could. responsibility newspaper publishers clear tr, ., w a:a me puunu imuruieo. possible, going did decide acainst ?v livht r.lar.t ; am. herst clearly shown proposition u. ottered. following boad offered. j. burger, division manager complain woods, accompanied him meeting, words, "they put scraped hide off back." referring made company. sound like "sell anybody's part? important decide. rumors petition circulated signers approve pledge support ' asking sign such them, since opportunity thoroughly study today, being full facts mind. still swing side issue. we're studied registered decision manner. hope refuse proper investigate proposition. rabbit season opens tues. wonderful autumn days gone, won't boom-boom shotguns directions. great army hunters stalking rabbits some game animals birds. although preview squirrel season, law requiring wear licensq backs test. cooper, commenting purpose aid farmers, making identify shoot live stock. more wardens year enforce regulation. violators $25 costs, use ferrets field penalty stated. cameron texas produces tomatoes ether united states, census bureau reports. dealings, kept contract terms casts heavy republican vote voted majority every precinct tuesday. candidate, dow, harter, democratic ticket, able crash through ranks precincts, rival 7 votes, 3rd only. hall precinct, however split itself giving votes. candidates offices states senator ticket preferred, section covering couny congressman reached switched side. follows trend followed general tuesday's election, gop substantial margin balloting. democrat close race dow harter five votes ed sheck voting. ashbolt, dunn kelser gathered most getting 255, 252 247 respectively. bricker taft led geting 50 opponents. mill levy received favorable 180 129 special issues defeated. turned down annex proposal 213 128 constitutional amendment defeated 208 93. booster week successful boost recreation successful. tags sold climaxed program midget football games teams sunday sale netted center, chairman directors reported wednesday hall. night, scout troop center. richard newcomb, district commissioner, helped boys started. frank scoutmaster 14 troop. announcement tables preschool children's arrived. furnish working space 18 tots time. band meet each practice renter. sessions m. notice. big crowd fall festival 1,000 -held joseph's turkey dinner served altar rosary society. visitors akron, youngstown, miles, lo rain, elyria, grafton, vermilion, avon, shaker heights, lakewood, cleveland surrounding com munities. door prize won theresa gess, heights. by: first, miss dorothy gambish, hamilton- st, $35; second, draves, maple-av, $25; third, shirley ann henry, taylor-st, $15; fourth, zilch, ?10; fifth, stella smith, $5; sixth, joseph lozozzo, lorain, seventh, solock, mil-an-av, $5. pears develop quality 1c ripened tree. favored either township, fate befell appointment judges. cue. proposed itsue beaten 135 paced here. bill seeking re-election legislature, garnered 884 here, highest candidate. dale white, opponent, 368. behind ashbolt oscar commissioners. supported 823 voters kelser, auditor, 798 sought retain office. tom herbert, running lieutenant governor, polled biggest 758 bricker's campaign 739 robert 727 supporting fight slates senate. george bender lloyd marshall far ahead mcsweeney positions congressmen-at-large. bender, 694, marshall, 678, mcsweeney, 604, young, 487. rites .smith funeral services 44, instantly gunshot wounds. home rev. schmidt, pastor peter's evangelical reformed church, officiating. elyria eagles drill formed guard honor. pall bearers officers aerie included v. nalley, raesler, phillip schmauch, ray miller, bruce jack bruce. smith lived entire life employed black river lumber lorain. active fraternal order eagles, insurance agent survivors include wife, anna; son, elmer; daughters, goraldine; brothers, george, berlinville, edward elyria; sisters, sophie whitney, wellington; romlck, cleveland, minnie may, arthur head masons powers, master stonington lodge, mnsons, .the election chosen are: gohr, warden; ehlert, n. holzhauer, secretary; conrad treasurer; zu-pan, deacon; earl rock-wood, bechtel, trustee; fred hopkins, veteran 16-year tyler, re-elected, installed second december. 22, fellowcraft degree conferred. requires packing elx curing process grade of. hama.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-11-11|
|Date of Original||1938-11-11|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-11-11 20 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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