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the amherst news-times do.our part y uluml avi, in u1v1.is. .. . j1 , : 1 tuberculosis rate high s. says "situation calls for special inquiry; has highest .death of entire district; deaths usually later years like mm vlr.i-.and mrs. john citizen: .silence is sometimes golden and it indicates guilt; as i was eating my lunch a local restaurant other day heard two men discussing am-herst hospital institutions. they particularly mentioned tthe. -wereirecalling that some ol -our leading citizens who have since "passed, away when, these various institutions organiza tions came into being. con versation revolved around fact .amherst owes great deal to meoi -vvho done so much coming gen erations should carry on, do 'their continue growth every institution organisation 'de'dicated welfare amherst. travfcling salesman sitting at -counter he moved over take conversation. believe' his remarks are pertinent this time contain real logic not be forgotten. stated travels visited city ohio everywhere went stores an'd" hotel lobbies business conditions generally particular. one would think near seme conversations -we never had depression before ana civilization ahout crash world about come an end. -pointed out tliat such attitude "is destructive study facts does justify feeling. said we depressions -would "have 'them again because periodically becomes necessary m'ake certain adjustments. felt duty everyone good citizen times "keep head" protect defend serve tis. "what say" mr. citizen; institutional let institution, suffer allow anything happen it. need now did when founded its surrounding territory develops further next period which bound ours still more. citizen, worth thinking about. must caretull days destroy. must, "hold steady" become panic stricken. "take from me" old saying that, "we miss water until well runs dry" how true residents jta communities twice by act or expression opinion became factor (tearing down agencies were created benefit people. what could more beautiful than effort all us work together, acquire but contribute worthy cause, our hospital. sincerely yours, a. nabakowski. eagles go nokwalk sunday eagle's auxiliary will got norwalk. where plan parade district .meet in. city. w n -an 01 mi - vrvtt nuiii iik m r niircnmr ivi;i v .11. n. calling attention to-wns'hip far inquiry, dr. h. o'brien, former county health commissioner, charge survey, issued report -weelj. "year after year main tained dsath tuberculosis. prom 1932 1933 there 4s deaths, 93.2 pet 100,000. tjf-these 4s, 36 males -and 12 females, striking preponderance men. else figures sexes equal. "deaths nvete ' life usual; only 2 occured age o f20, 9 3g died between 45 54, 11 tn o5b"4 group. form almost nthnonary;" reporfsafd skin test schools supris-ingly low, ibitt 'the 'figures lower grades distinctly above average. south amherst, on hand, reaction county, especially school o'brien dees not, re port, place responsibility upen quarries. attempt answer question cause suggests 'that might vise industrial section rates ate always'higher. "a records shows 21 families with cases 'tuberculosis 84 individuals connection quarries, while 6 having r8 26 ether members lrave no connection." speaking rest -of township, "in aniherst township '12 19 28 mem bers quarry connection, numbes 19, 25 63 members.' -weight preschool children, tr. ttbrien report, "amherst children wore slightly below par, those -were thinnest, palest, most listless county. examination fall aga'n showed percentage underweights under nourished district. seeds infection present numerous a-dult community, soil may produce serious results decade ahead us. "proper isolation advanced cases, increased nutrition schools, education sound habits healthy living needed community." first column number tested, second positive reactions, third reac tions. ages 5 years. 118 17. s so. s3 13 15.7 10 14 189 35 18.5 fin. 114 24 21.0 15 19. 76 16 40 23 57.5 obrlen's reference weight says, "it starting underweight develop rapidly, any search early always include apparently normal. class cleveland chalotte alderman, com mercial instructor hi school, group commer cial students guests spencerlan monday. then made very en joyable tour just humams "are you hurt, dear?" "no. 'm looking see if honor priest anniversary rev. fr. m. eischen ordained nmteen ago ail groups holy name society st. joseph's church gathered hall tuesday evening honcr 19tu ordination priesthood james eis chen, pastor church. 100 attended affair, presented pleasing gift. interesting program presented, during evening, included music orchestra; vocal solos c. g. aschen- bach-; toasts guests; instrumental joe russo amherst; solo henry. thos seated speaker's tahle theguest honor; v. rerreri, d. d., peteh's church, lorain; walsh, j. loyola university, chicago; rafferty, o. c, an- thonys parish, her man klocker, peter's, w. lawless, master cere monies; mayor e. stwald, scanlan, lorain: clayton young, smythe p. schmitz. y. meets young married peoples observed guest night evangelical monday even ing. numbering parlors social many varied games contests been played delightful served. month's meeting held home stanley wangerine brevnhelm. junior-senior century progress" (by mary jane woodings) reception last saturday japanese pavilion progress." beautifully decorated large baskets blue, gold iris, intermingled snowballs, huge glowing lanterns designs colors, appearance. small tables, set 140 guests, gayly vases purple iris. each chair tied colored balloon. "pop" miuch discomfort by. avenue flags formed entrance chanting fair. side, nearby, towered great' chrysler building white, 'green, black, opposite side orange administration gene carfc there's run mv stockine!" decision effects banks reopening judge declares majority consents sufficient open bank events banking field past week creat ed considerable interest throughout northern ohio. concerns reopenng con-neaut, closing taking liqui dation bank, la- grange peninsula co. peninsula, .jtue conneaut affair taken state-wide importance established precedent state working re-opening plan. pleas charles sargeant rendered involving effect deposits voluntarily waved stand waived order re-cpen. means depositors sign waivers aid cannot draw money, get better treatment sign. surprise circles department officials repeatedly refusing allowed greater their case lag range, neither successful satisfy department. $145,000 resources $175,000. raised lofty summit sky rear gorgeously maya temple, tower science, least, americans, indian wigwam. modern streamlined bus conveying parts wished enjoy thrill being "up air," "sky ride." tlhis imposing structure wandering gazing admiration wonders fair, returned soon enjoying delicious course dinner, served iby ladies churches. following toastmas-tcr karl sablers took program, constituted continued page 3 sandstone center war dead fitting tribute visits graves cemeteries salute fired series fittingly paid respect departed soldiers wednesday. beginning six o'clock morning elmer johnson post, american legion, outlying ceme teries veterans properly fired. general front town hall. legionaires, spanish-ameri can veterans, firemen, le gion auxiliary, knights pythias, pythian sisters, auriliary marched parade, colorful uniforms glistening bright sun. cornet band brownhelm furnished marchers. proceedd crown hill cemetery paid. proceeded th public joined. followed park ave., additional full st., ceremonies back glen campbell, head drum bugle corps state, memorial address. marked novel ty capt. stough, airplane, showered flowers town. receive bids electriccurrent council authorize contracts fair offered action village secure electric current decided opening tomorrow. received noon tomorrow (friday, june 1,) board affairs. advertising power companies step took. seek learn supply current. councilmen indicated company furnish ireasonable willing contract five ten years, thereby settling controversary dragged through courts reasonable offer ed, however, begin legislation im mediately purchase plant. previous fairbanks-morse cf plant "pledge receipts" declared unconstitutional supreme court. placed matter coun cil deadlocked pay be. women democrats luncheon lieut. governor pick erel, candidate democratic nomination gover given fed erated lor- nor, priclpal speaker ain thursday. masonic temple. washington fourth streets, lorain. reservations lun cheon schaefer 3rd. fear communism long people support legion "never america dictator country legion," address here "legionaires foughf country, risked lives perpetuate thst union, going permit disrupt told audience trees lawn "civilization advance point force necessary, armies international negotiations, police yet arrived. "that arrive churches tp armed necessary. today maintain preserve peace." referred situation toledo naton-guard patrolling streets deporable condition. park, monument soldiers, giving shade, pleasant concluded official day. crcwd largo ix-en hut representative vn. ious organizations. fund amountset -j committee appeals contributions missed drive funds several hundred dollars short budget requirements workers continuing efforts raise enough mon ey least out-standing-bills. appeal canvassers make contribution gas office, pledge tho paying possible. unpaid bills amount $1500, total cash pledges $1200. dledeed fail less although little hope raising buget needed, able money past- due which. owes. friends boy's party fifth birthday son, emil carl, emll se- gert entertained afternoon. 4:00 attraction three-tiered cake topped fort chocolate bar candy mina- ture flag. colors red, white blue used table decorations. paper hat favors also colors. visitors frank horn, janette humiston; lakewood, ot lucy horn pansy harris.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-05-31|
|Date of Original||1934-05-31|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-05-31 16 27|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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