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the amhers for high-grade job work at price that are fair arid reasonable, ee amherst news co. wvs-tlmes news-tunes goes to vcry home in amherst, south and ' brownhclm volume xv, number 10 p., thursday, feb. 4, 1932 "the sandstone center of world" t . ne pmmmwmnjiahs dropped juf roint fievu tho situation china present time is sufficient glvo supposedly civilized world a considerable shock. it looks like 'deliberate? premeditated well-planned attack aggression. wanton destruction defenseless human life property makes aggressive wars conquest centuries ago pale into insignificance. while japan making peaceful representations other powers, she continuing same commit additional atrocities against not armed chinese contingent but unarmed, helpless innocent citizens, women children. committing deliberate murder. as appears now, unless powers prevent, by means or war, will take over her own least good part china, most desirable part. apparently thinks too weak act.. be regrettable thing if allowed go forward with apparent plan. perhaps troubles far cast lead us out our economic troubles. would something getting frying pan onto coals. .f we get mixed have plenty able bodied men looking work, three squares day. two hundred years next month, on february 11, 1732, son was born augustine washington, prosperous planter wakefield, westmoreland county, virginia. this year celebratlns hundreth .anniversary birth george washington. because calendar system english-speaking changed 1766, dropping eleven days, now celebrate washington's birthday 22nd instead 11th. whole given commemorating father country. everbody who can possibly afford do so ought mako visit city nearby mt. vernon, well his birthplace farther down potomac river, somo dur ing year. feeling no true american really spirit america without) visiting national capital anu seeing historic mementos great leader made nation possible. very clothes washington wore exhibition museum memorial building hooter's hill alexandria erected masonic order may bo seen apron ho gavol he wielded master ot friendship lodge. till stands school which built left an endowment will, streets memorial, young surveyor laid them out. st. john's church, vestryman. open visitors privileged sit pew occupied, back from vernon littlo country church pohlck attended earlier years. itself almost it, much furniture used. any named groat revol- utionary grows more beautiful easier mayor walker's physician has prescribed rest cure. didn't know had ever stopped resting. .auxiliary council meets here lorain county legion auxiliary held its monthly meeting rooms last evening. seven posts were represented. after business meeting, cards played. mrs. churchward elyria won first honors bridge, edward moeblus high 500. oberic wellington hearts. thlrty-flve ladles present. lunch served. sale rent 7 bath, west inquire 419 st., phone 491. tie close league race locals beat vermilion, run trouble medina play saturday night breaking even games played week-end new london winning set northern ohio basketball race. bach team five lost two. vermilion tied third place four lost. probably re'maln until week, when entertains what deciding game friday, wellington, ridgeville week london. evening again gym here, another battle royal expect ed. between these teams, narrow margin baskets. la tight league, chance score amherst. preliminary game, roofers ashtabula worth than admission. start 7:30. known wing club, wes ley kreeger, boy, plays team. friday upset locals, dumped place, where they riding alone. 24 20. ability make long shots spilled scored repeatedly floor, their defense holding mere six registered 10. foul shotb helped close, counting eight. lineup: 20 baetz, rf jenne, nabakowskl, c g 4 0 1 cook, rg lach, ig :t o 14 6 thomas, edwards, lg young, totals (i brown, l. hoff, 2 m. hlgglns, , galla, f virmil-ion, being 16 11. thus got measure revenge lacing weeks ago. tor easy enabled players win. points near basket. local missed shots, been lopsided. nearly impregnable get, vormillon lone field goals, both fouls kept looped olght. 0' stark, uf 11 (1 l sip u smith, walker, nriucicu, martin, cleaver, baumhart, health department reporv january report cen tral district dept. health, piesented meet board, shows creased prevalence chlckenpox (67 cases), mumps (64 scarlet fever (20 whooping cough (19 ca-es). scattered showing especial epidemics. there ono case smallpox. during month 1211 grade children examined physicians. immunizations agaln3t diphtheria began, aro carried on. permission parents give protection received 821 pu-plls. still others immunized private asks cut water rates j. smythe presents request monday plea lower presented smythe, secretary company buys water" works, paying wholesale consumers pay, buying pumping station. basis comrany nothing seepage loss station village, estimated 26. said company, only stand loss. pay $6 minimum, whereas minimum j3. 80. stated paid 5104,000 water. contract run. matter referred works committee, discuss company. markers post working drive marker placed grave every veteran, all cemeteries vicinity. movement nation-wide scope, con-junction war government furnish headstone applications hands officers, check veterans' graves ascertain ones lack adequate marker. officials asking aid information those supply necessary infor mation location graves, need markers, relatives whose markers. should commander kendeigh adjutant tomipkins. employment campaign miking wide time, committees calling employers, large small, that'they increase 10, person omployer. plans worked simultaneously fob, 16. whero employer feels cannot hi payroll, asked consider six-hour day spread employment. phaso program adopted commission uu promotion "nuiue" b owners pledging certain amjunls 10-palr improvement work. plan successfully rochester. siuktinu i hiday po.t hold important ovenini room.. a.-tendance uraed. couple married miss myrtle kuith uobert wohlevor, wire united imurriage partou.ue st jnnoph'i itov. james eiaohen officiating. brldo wai alice km th. clement wnhl- served best nun. bride attired flowered chiffon, hat corresponding colon. maid honor blue chlrfon. following ccromony, reception friends hrldo's parents, mr. henry kurtn, jackson street. groom, john wohlever, mill avonuo, employed fishor's grocery, ths also employed. -c11 iij. t"v. ilia groundhog encouragement gels a. nabakowskl awarded lor roofing pheet metal stales su preme court wash ington, d. c, learned tuesday. commenced moro. highest judicial body cost $8,383,000, italian architecture, one nation's completed. shaw announces commissioner ilwry shaw, lorain, announced today candidacy hepublican nomination .it commissioner. he. via i'onlu-u 1876, educat di.trlct liixti school, stato l'nl. vct'iran ef spanish war. ills experience includes serv painting restored view metropolitan art york yielded demands restore painting, "washington crossing delaware", walls. recently trustees decided paintint; real ordered stored basement. emanuel leutzc, german artist 1851. stay --- ij proud record rniplo.ics tin- po-t nil mi- boasting tills reonl uclileic-lnent tlie, believe worthy note. since (lie fli-st jrar stork lias isits homes emplojes ihijs! waller iiedeiiek, eltj curlier, willi tlie liahy county; inst filday walter uriel;, mini lie, n wlille tuesday boy m-lheil th" herman short, postal clerk. $1,1(011.0011 ix 'fag tax state treasurer onttiitie tq gathur shekels result ctgarot tux luw, th.- amount totaling $1,007,(1211, rlgi'iet smokers iave p::id elg iret stamps ice sept. 1. tros. mid c2 license" wholesalers id retailer dui'iii-; icriod, n'-ttlug i.tnjo $11,-9011. iuo 22.00.1 'n st'it" 270 wholesalers. t'easimi- h; s lerelved 22s,-'hiii.i. (hi lamps various denominations; :4 inspei tors l-een nppnlntel enforce bus i'1-ing revenue 5.r,-000,000 tin', eiikiu-:' ire, p sldent engineer, 1! o. it.lt., as'.t chief engineer la.&s. it.lt. lie contracting highways, waterwoiks sowers, sales asst. manager thow shovul traveled greater states canada. active participant lu civic enterprises, interested industries. affiliated congregational orders, u.s.w.v., notary gar den clubs. isv .lllx-rl 7. ; benefit athletic association evening, auditorium. entire children, ail grades taking program, similar armistice .rningement, form georgo celebra tion schools' principal contribution nationwide illceiitennlnl celebration. yet completed, principally follows: i: "little washington." ii: "itliythm band" "ten little letters." "minuet" about geo. iv: "making flag." grade' v: "all i'eu- mint drill." junior high: chorus patriotic music. senior i'lay. addition oration student named. ill celebration bicentennial event, history classes special study dismissed monday, 22. admission chargo 2ge enteitaln-ltient. mabel marsh ten service olflce, wishes succeed herself ts i" rl: courts, bu :i rnndl.ltil', subject hepub-llcan prlui.iilos a.ul.i hn im-,n. in' roads embracing 7f,-ihiii miles. turkey jlunncr outdoor dinner, public, gymnasium tuesday, 1c. tickets, $1.00 each, just members asso ciation. dinner raise money finish dam started (i.im lake larger grounds. entertainment, completely arranged for, included evening's program. win streak ol strikes snag lose slaughter bros, cleveland pennzoils successive nights going straight without loss, hoofers ran some competition tough, games. took teams turn trick however. sunday afternoon oak harbor went colored team, brothers. lloor conquered i'enn-zoils, k2-27, before crowd. put up oilers, champions, second half rush could withstand. torm half, taken old celtics stop rush. kor up, matching basket basket, ending 13 leading. oilers late period, guild, ilutton gormley baskets rapid succession tako 1.1 bucket ended gave lead, end. witli opening staged scoring spree seldom equalled, eight minutes 12 load 26 it. remainder closed gap somewhat, opponents' six, great. koofcis. li7 (; gormloy, .meuz, nalant, ilutton, sharp, kchrlner, i'eniiiolls :)2 r 3 ;i ucliort, allen, adams, e mccord, laiinme, boss, 'itefpno: iluarn. umpire 1' 32 brann. unable cope weird accuracy buffered tholr worst defeat tlmo night. sharp shooters i!0 naby's hoys. alwaya hard boat, especially former rii vi land champions v.eru espe-c illy "hot" night, mak- in'. click, driving tli rough clogo shots. r'liff nn t, linaknlu wliieli 'in: 15 baskets, 11i qlit's 3'jfimes5 li" i'li' 1st mon's assn. me 'i.isement petoi's evan-.'i church. xotk'i: th annual vmliersi hospital h assembly room town hall wednesday 1932, 7:30 o'clock. c. b. coopeu, sec. c'hkvholkt xotlcli j gillotte attending chovrolet home. wanting call 6354, ops deadline 7- utility promise continuous rebate promised overcharge found bids fire truck received, aside later discussion proposed apparatus light problem caused village longest session did break companies privilege selling opened, representatives each chanco exrlain bid, features cpi-aralus. follow: lafrance, $5500 model, $0000 another. ahrens-fox co., $6000. buffalo appliance com- pany, $6100. mack, $6500. seagrave, $5500. discussed length, lay later. bonds sold yet. fred holzhauer, representing cemetery trustees, re quest moneys improvements crownhlll cemetery. needs improvement, ideal unemployed. allowance $150, avail voted. recommendation stiwald, bauer reap pointed trustee. e. burger chas. mc-klsson, public situation. latter actedas spokesman, stating o.p.s. situation, adequal proposal, either purchase plant, rate juice. mckisson requested waive submit him analyze assured council, written word general o.p.s., discontinued afler expiration ember, plant ready operate. survey showed unfair rato charged :uice, overcharge. discussion, opposition move, extension granted, period 30 attempt hamper progress municipal offers rejected. councllmen hearn, cromwell, llaruer lahlff voted extension, schaeffer kane against. split vote recorded many months. ot1ikk uusixiiss william miller sewer inspector year, $1 per connection. thanks efforts attempting ordinance passed amending regulat- collateral security funds. finance lnttter. nf cntinnll v,e plv.n o., thority pass securities accepted. offered savings & trust to. wero accepted council. pn.yithe, acting reported 'percentage tuxes returu treasury 35. explained disposition balance, how figures arrived at. eagles dance old-fashioned nnd families, families. nri. mission be. charged. mu3lc furnished sprenger's orchestra.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1932-02-04|
|Date of Original||1932-02-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1932-02-04 15 10|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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