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nlta the amherst news-times wi dox)ur parivolume xvi., number 44 thursday, september 28, 1933 sandstone renter of world so it $ eems by alfred bigos general smedley butler, marine, has given show away. he during many years active service, led marines in foreign expeditions lands. a re- cent public address said: "those were nothing but collective trips for bad debts contracted wall street bankers." university students cuba, known as "abc," want to rid t,heir country iron grip american banks. they divide up their land into small holdings that cubans working on soil can cultivate' own sugar and tobacco crops. is now virtually property more serious trouble brewing cuba than been experienced date. all probability or some other general, eventually "will be landing collect bankers. president roosevelt had cold with slight temperature which quite properly kept him away from his desk. while everybody earnestly wished speedy recovery, question was asked bated breath, "what would happen us if an untimely death should over take him, might any man whether pauper president? reflection would, course succeeded vice united states few peotfle here there halt moment recall president's name. no man, however great abili-; ty station life, indis- v""v riseb one equal it. metropolitan centers this its remote towns villages are be- yond doubt ni'.my men, "urilionor-ed unsung" who have within them potentialities leadership. history records , most men come ftom obscure origins. today, lead-era our nations, musso-. lini, stalin, mcdonald hitler, arose tanks un-'known. governments nations fixed citizen not pass another without being checked double cliecked almost point exasperation. -should he, even unintentionally, make mlstatemeri;, humiliating inquisition follows challenge right move about earth work carried various foundations providing fellowships study hundreds every year universities aspiring young visit institutions learning. nearly outcome private enterprise. doriei governments. they, seems, do hinder rather help, international amity last thursday morning shadow hallowed ram's horn heralded first day the! 5694 hebrew calendar. jt jews gathered gether synagogues homes spiritual inventory themselves. whilst recognising appreciating evory civilized countries worship sees fit, themselves must wonder at modern paradox russia. country, long a-bode horrible pogroms persecutions, organized religion kind discouraged. yet, apite that, today allowed -at least much social economic freedom a3 h others. gc we informed farm- i era u.s.a. refinancing, v going consult rood farmer learn how does may go likewise. f. r. powers important post, appointed member national committee n. e. association paul c. stetson, superintendent schools, indianapolis, indiann, department superintendence education association, announced headquarters p. powers, schools interpreting public. will meet report cleveland convention superintendence, february 24 march 1, 1934. appointment item fundamental reorganization plan followed educational leaders professional organization years. change made extend greater responsibility individual members department's attempt effectively meeting current crisis education. seven such committees stetson. these groups give attention respectively problems teacher training, comprehensive program education, financing new america, welfare, out-lo'ok interpretation lots laughs club comedy plenty smiles promised ' oct. 5 warning stay town hall next evening, october 5, issued athletic citizens like .to laugh. date set staging organization's smile concoction, "ladies night club." window cards posters, generously displayed round town, describe production minstrel novelty, cast insist merely way saying, "one big laugh." moments nature, however, second part show. this, according director, miss ellnore ruth, shows timely consideration audience, considering thirty minutes facial merry-making offered third part, afterpiece. sketch, "deacon flipper's chickens," comes pen arthur leroy kaser, author uproarious comedies, andh brings before audience practically same opened show, black-face. forty members'' comprise complete personnel performance, coming lorain, elyria south amherst. walter mischka act interloctor. harold leimbach, leutz, doyle hutton, maynard schriner, clarence frederick, emery schib-ley moelk, elyria, supply comedy, louise fox, piano. others circle schulz, earl gillman, james poz-one, frederick deiner, theodore henes, albert barck, stephen po-zone, wesley smith, werner, milton lau george towne. series separate 4 vs, includ-ng vocal instrumental music, dancing, specialties, arranged olio, majority entertainers out town. those responsible arranging follows: business manager; norris berk, ticket chairman; norman brucker, electrician; joseph neisen, properties; pozone, publicity. just humans "1 bought sable coat off "why don't you phone him?" hate spend moneyl"1 tuberculosis feared ailment dr. o'brien says "tuberclosis cne'of frequent, widespread, until verj, recently, fatal diseases afflicting mankind", said h. g. southard, director health. "it universal possibility escaping exposure hopeless; found race climate; attacks ages classes; affects beast, fish fowl variety creature breath life ex-capes ravages". "nearly 100,000 persons die each tu berculosis and, civilization largely problem poverty pocr food, housing, crowding, overwork worry conditions lower vital resistance,' becomes prosperous solve only thus live suffer, also safegard themselves." encouraging, however", continued "that despite preventive measures based upon knowledge disease communicable infection, early diagnosis subsequent care treatment individual, increased hospitals sanitor-iams causing decided decrease rates. student officers introduced presented high school chapel friday offers council, week, pupils exercises year. include donald fullmer, president; john brown, president, jack teaman, secretary treasurer. introductions brief talk. two faculty time. dorothy jones, music instructor, gave solo accompanied katheryn murray. robert hubbard, physical students, hass burton jenne gymnastic exhibition. following class soft ball tournament place usual football schedule: roy hass, freshmen; leo redman, sophomore; junior gerald bruce, seniors. songs assembly completed program. marion steele, principal, presided supt. fred charges similar students. gene carr 1 know fly bat!" "o.hio 1920 rate 102 per 700,000 population; 1932 55 population, lowest ever recorded state". "this need patient seeking faraway climate, cures ohio, case ohio hope. sadly neglected, too advanced getting well simply means definite living best sanatorium, reason sanatorium available, home regulated physician's advice profit unless strictly followed. header won meats butchers trim stars old timers; play sunday both games bill sunday, defeating lorain 4-3 opener winding good afternoon's turning score against timers. game spite similarity scores, closer contest. took 14 innings baseball settle issue. zel-eski single vincent final frame turned trick. winning tally fracas went eighth ended vincent's hit. kissel pitched 13 relieved dobas finishe'd. meats, tri-county champs, wind season when pennzoils harris field. stack team mates playing outfit. archie bart-lome, former tosser sammy clrowski represent either base short stop. scheduled start 2:45 m. correction week's issue stated pen-field junction closed down gunther effective. incorrect statement applied penfield school. affected since enrollment considerably above minimum speci fied proposed measure. tcpsev'indigent families mrs. a. k. elected w. t. u. u held week lucy pansy chas. miller, bamard, metta norton, c-t. g brcwnhelm congregational church. plans charge county l. hill. p.t.a. organizes yeats clayton sprunger named springer head parent-teachers election offcers tuesday evening met time margaret rice vice-president; thelma bond, secretary, j. clifford, treasurer chairman committee. nine together chairmen appointed. rickel, rev. henry abram, murray, hazel bell; membership herbert vankeusen, ed mays, edward schultz; entertainment i. maxwell, jensen, lulu walker, alexander, jacob herbst; ways wesbecher, o. masters, jay gillette, holz-hauer, mamie blum. hospitality edna cook, rae-sler, frank herrmann, cromwell; hygiene health mckenzie, tom william schaeffer, leonard wragg, pietch; publicity caroline k0ii13, b. jenne, ege-land; publication florence ehr-man. later where approaching discussed. programs divided october, open house; november, book night; december, christmas program; january, february, patriotic march, extra cur-ricular activities; april, open; may, stunt night. briefs filed light plant court appeals reviewing injunction suit ) estimony monday counsel parties action marked steps presentation evidence regarding amherst's hearing arguments solicitor smythe att'y represented village att'ys hoppe, resek addressed behalf allison nicholl, plaintiff. attorneys sides reviewed used originally heard judge webber common pleas court. refused restraining building improving present distributing current. nicholl then plea appellate decision expected two. drop relief cases noted summer fall numher depending state llvlihood reduced 55, learned tuesday. altho officials expect total increase approach weather believed wll under figures winter. period three hundred receiving partial entire support fom agencies. decrease, offfcials said, due garden produce indigent able summer. require aid again supplies disappeared secured. unable say government intended provide agencies pork million pigs hogs slaughtered federal orders. available purposes determined yet. aniserst required sponsor comlmunity chest campaign city eligible aid. community contributes some-i thing toward in-' digents withdraw assistance recent ruling j officials. killed train body tracks near identified harry kohler fairview morning, lying beside york cential discovery tho engineer passing notified heller, towerman sandusky. mr. heller iu turn charles redmond, section foreman investigated. contrary reports did call patrolman white. lake carrier's card. name tatooetl arm. dead fireman boats, relatives said. verdict accidental returned s. ward, coroner after viewing remains. fallen freight died result fall. skull fractured hip broken. removed zilch funeral taken burial. arrests tag violations authorities called auto license, laws particular, comparitively typa bumper four uprights across length. these, mayor stiewald, plates render numerals useless identification purposes. follow, motorists precautions violations. midget merchants' bantamweight 8 exchange boota legion midgets development sports. weight oc limited 118 pounds under.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-09-28|
|Date of Original||1933-09-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-09-28 16 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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