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the amherst news-times i 1 doumvolume xvi., soits eems , by alfred biggs general hugh johnson got away to a line start with nra. '.to millions whom hanging out rf tl'io tullo t?nvla allilip-lp mnmit no in-, nr wv of hone, his sos- ' pel went over fine. but when he came point tackling such basic industries- as coal, oil, steel, say nothing banks and stock exchange, troubles began. if truth could be known, we should probably find that good wishes had been assigned different 'job. public utilities are another high hurdlo .for .the jump. while it is true reduction in rates highly desirable for many who have watch their gas -and electric light bills, mothers keep after iklds switch off lighs they leave room, there something vto said great utility companies too. under nra code will pay vast sums more wages taxes. at 'the same time forced reduce other industries, permitted increase prices. jtiie candle can not successfully burnt both ends. must borne mind two billion investors 'now hold seventeen "billion dollars worth eecurties. what about these people -when realize .iikaly do them? has told .banks loosen up on creditb "business concerns. hundreds available loans, hut lend only those back. this dispute likely win contend money loan "belongs depositors choice matter. safe sound borrowers only. trouble intensified "because relatively few concerns want borrow time; nearly all strong cash position. banks, bitten than chew. everywhere everything, bugbear. stops flow goods from producer consumer; causes contentions wars between nations; step3 lover lass; give unworthy men power fellows; honest citizens wake o'nights cold sweats fear. wrecking human happiness, nobody does anything it. like mule born raised coal mine thus haying conception sunlight like, so we, common people, into blinded world were forever ridden tyranny money. future generations pity our stupidity greed. first six months 1932 17,433 business failures united states. period year 12,- 723 decrease 4,710. .been long since record insolvency encouraging. really mean improving? so, even means sick weeded out, eventually one arrive whence possible way go up. .regard prices com moditie8 did, apparently, reach lowest last march. steadily risen date wholesale commodities now where january, 1931. creased being felt man street; ascend rapidly during months. wages, purchas ing pace lncreas prices? happen its present form jo succeed. purchasing much or john-jon's oratory vain. .number 40 am'erst responds n.r.a. appeal committee reports full cooperation sections responding splen- nra- according wor.l tne wek ed. foster, local postmaster, was added week. work secure services someone, each section town get consumer pledges. twenty-five already signed undertake work, f. r. powers, chairman committee, wednesday, single person refused help. headquarters o. h. baker co. store, supplies carried there. rushed completion powers hopes having 100 per cent before long. championship claimed boy paul shaefer's 1953 hits remains undisputed schaefer, cleveland ave., proudly claims rick-rack cham pionship amherst. 10 years old, sup ports claim succes sive hits. far undisputed. hit boys girls ferver unknown any sport. the. street, yards, stand groups cor ners, whenever may hap pen be. tap-tap-tap ball sent bounding air successive swap rack heard morning until late night. street lamps porch rick-racking con tinues. you've noticed too game isn't an exclusive girl game, adults taken fancy meeting m. e. board held official meth odist church parlors monday night, rev. c. jensen charge. second month set regular meetings group. plans program sunday evening, sept. 10th, made. miss margaret rice, south methodist charge members included cast. queen esther class september home mrs. g. p. zilch, hearn assisting. o celebrates 75th anniversary here birthday lottie walker gllmore, be- rea, celebrated mr. clair stiwald. st. cake bearing 75 candles feature luncheon served o'clock. glllmore former resident day pleasantly spent renewing old acquaintances. legion post meet next friday nomination officers term principal elmer no. 118, american legion, mieeting club rooms hall. tin anxious large tendance 'at night's ing. thursday, august 31, 1933 just humans hike along, dear. my knees r1ckel open house celebrate thirty practice ministry a. rickel saturday afternoon four o'clock, evening seven nine o'clock honor rickel's pastorate. friends couple, received parsonage hours. returned week bucyrus, ohio, tended 30th annual conference evangelical churches. re-assigned pastorate here. kuhn attended lay member church. i. armore, pastor ihe brownhelm, also there, which includes churches henrietta ridge. ann's society card party circle 3 joseph's entertained five hundred arnold flock evening. tables play won peter wohlever, walter hoy, third olivia wiegand. ten several guests lunch small following evening's play. were: j. jomczak, thomas dwyer, george roll ing, sylvester deltzith, john kor-nath. frank krutch entertain group monday. red cross0 cross fromi '4 o' clock 4 o'closk, announcement wednesday. drill team tonight eagle's auxiliary rehearsal (thursday) 7:30, eagles' important session follow requested present. two' holy name churcjh school hall (thursday). bridge, sixty-six, pe- dro played prizes re freshments served. "ls vi .a .' lit k v 1111- -lit gene carr l tiiibivi ii appointment massaged!" bride pretty howard hubbard very honored tuesday grace hubbard, she her green white color scheme, attractive center piece minature groom. married december 30, year, event announced recently bride's parents, fred garver, 220 erie lorain. bridge dancing, rhea lockwood receiving honors. weret'aken' dining room guest honor, ford, jean beetle, cleveland, mrs ruth stevens, misse phyllis lockwood, sheffield, lempertz, elyria, grave maxwell, nabakowski hostess, presented beautiful gift friends. bantams represented northern state bantamweight football league, comprising teams lorain, sandusky, fremont, toledo, parma kelly island. ohio league includes, akron, canton, niles, youngstown, columbus, cincinnati, gerard, kent geneva. stadium, 24. games arranged prior opening schedule. 16 under, weighing 118 pounds eligible. prac ticing regularly nights preparation coming season. milk producers nite county discuss question effect new law producers' night grange representatives elyri'a's organization attend meeting. dayton secretary organization. error! item week's paper wesbecker hardware issuing hunting licenses left wrong impression tho store tim8 issued 8th, season usual time. sandstone fairbanks morse low bidders rontract building municipal plant ainh m-.sl awarded given fairbanks-morse co., statement jl. tolhurst, president, affairs liiorntim contract cannot formally however, due legal restrictions. restrictions lifted, tract, tothurst. meanwhile decision pleas court case certain bu appealed, accord miller, attorney allison xicholl. basis jatt; filing definitely determined attorneys. meats victors tri-county title champions beat lagrange final battle mischka meats, behind pitching gil kersey; timley hitting teamates gave championship, organized ago. kersey holding three innings, pounding offerings spicer, huiier thirteen runs. scored inning suby spicer's fielders head run. chance eight score against them, ral- lied runs hit, error base balls filled bases. hopkins then tripled suby's cleaning bases, th; plate trying stretch triple through doy. races run determine fastest runner. race circling belt kissel meats. yard straight-a-way dash doyle hutton first, hopkins, nickolette third. federation lorain women peter's 14th. nominating cf early nn all-day affair, sessions, noon. report heard, election held. emil menzel, missionary, address afternoon. thank you! post, cooperated recent clccus venture. bill ehrman krutch, formerly recreation parlors, ehrman's barber shop. radio servicing specialty wtlmoxt baker, ph. 48(1 electrical repairing household elect. moeblus, furniture attraction extraordinary peggy joyce stars "intfirnnhnnnl wmian" admjslons 'prevail, theatre mary jane october letter events planned peters bp "peter's 1st rally day. classes promoted, brief 8th missionary africa speak, sometime "church night" emll men-zel, india, furlough, speaker. various started teachers tlie parlors. held, appointed follows: conrad mulder, samuel wragg, holzhauer. investigate necessary book material study schmidt, l. menz, edward kothe, schmidt edith ehrman. death caused fall 6 weeks ago hayes stough died monday, funeral wednesday believed cause deaffi stough, 74. home, anchorage, park ave. con- lined bed. .mrs. active worker lods;e al- . fairs. ot congregational church, ladies aid societies assistant teacher ladies' bible class. '" pearl chapter, order eastern star. later 18 organist. yesterday eastman officiating. burial body intered family lot west liberty. stcugh liberty, feb. 21, 1859, capt. dec. 1ss5. harry step-son, rose-mead, cal., husband, survive. minstrel tonite athletic cottage s:15 tonig-ht. club's activities outlined. forrester,, speak preparations show tonight. elenore ruth, graduate rogers dramatic art college, direct mellon special urged attend. hill-billy music sale heatrola. oil range range. mcdonald, chestnut golf sticks, sold cheap. hotel amherst, cora sawyer. look!- news interest customers vicinity. marks 25 service community. hope serve you future. lumber co mill phone 431
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-08-31|
|Date of Original||1933-08-31|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-08-31 16 40|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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