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the amherst news-times w do volume xvi, number si thursday, november 16, 1933 sandstone center of world 10 it oeems . by alfred biggs in cuba, less than one hundred miles from our shores, populace, led "by university students, is ' engaged fighting forces ot self constituted authority. ruthless anil inhuman bungling, enevitable .result capitalistic cupidity und6r late machado regime, brought a starving and exploited people' to point desperation. ex-president worked hand with new york tjantcers. between them they wrecked cuba. student revolutionaries, sick tyranny money, seek relief communistic form government. probably will get it, as predicted many weeks ago this column. mr. roosevelt loath interfere; but if stray shell hits property an american bank he -be forced land mar-. ines restore order. few months everything associated oven remotely communism was anathema now ..hammer sickle emblem soviet government flying at smart hotels honor russian commissar maxim litvinoff. representative union being received pomp ceremony washington. nothing good enough describe cordiality. what sheep we are, be blindly led- propaganda. writer, who has lived russians their own vast country, knows that are kindly cooperative people who, like most us desire no more live together comfort peace, freed terror tyrany money. what's wrong which, nearly every civilized na tion, likeourselves, racked 'with fear penury burdened debt? on surface appears last stages change outworn machine-1 money economy which .brought end nineteenth century then began break up into suited twentieth requirements. but. under real trouble mankind been misled greed materialism. ives todajr out touch .the benign all-pervading great teachers have sought expound. if, individually collectively had .thecourage harmony the' teachings jesus nazareth, whole would speed its progress toward peace happiness. , - returning ta remedies, can find hope iti' the1 knowledge"' present is'' definitely taking tactful., jsteps a. planned economy. when president roosevelt- assumed, office, supported by. people,' could "liave driven rough-shod over powers which' held reins control. "but "knowing quite well such jrietliods would, brot ahouta temporary complete standstill and.,.thrown country .into qhaos; chose rather feel his' way carefully. impatient because wiser and. slower path. behind governmental measures seem times little off track, there definite objective. is, painlessly pqsaidie, me tryanny 01 capitalism. powerful minority beginnlng kick say loud things hitherto mumbled themselves. saw fit tp declare his eventful objectives terms comprehend, writer's opinion kickers swept away rising tide public opinion. perhaps again not so hut raise gradual curtain hides future. majority spoon affecttof works program here explained nabakowski tells business men possibilities government's $400,000,000 wotks were outlined members men's association regular monthly meeting monday evening catholic church. several communications regarding project officials, matter urged give some thot local enable village benefit arrangement. decided upon involving only labor defray entire expense, stated. "if requires materials supplies, willing advance 30' per cent cash loan town remainder four interest." believes possible for receive funds arrangement proceed construction electric light plant or purchase water co'm-pany stockholders. these two mentioned. street improvement, cemetery -ievelopnient, park improvement school yard other suggested. employed paid mininvum 50 cents hour. expended feb. 1' nabakowskl recommended quick action part authorities foe among first funds. supt. fred powers, chairman nra committee spoke need selling campaign connection "buy now" "sell campaigns. "both important steps president's recovery program," stated, "and essential success plans." drew attention elaborate advertising campaigns nearby cities tho take similar here. conrad zilch described plans jtlio community chest drive opening next week. result talk voted contribute $10 campaign. contribution apart individual pledges members. vote thanks extended hollewe'en foi successful celebration ago. ftien decldeid remain open wednesday afternoon preceeding thanksgiving. legion food needy intensive canvass rural districts round made legionaires soon em'pty stocking club. expect borrow trucks solicit farmers fruits vegetables distributed thanksgiving christmas. year secured truck loads farm produce hoping year. work awards toy shop discussed hall friday evening. surprise en tertainment promised committee. date enrolled 33 drive. quota 54 officers expecting reaqh mark before "first johnson makes 'em sit notice. an' step recovery. just humans popular guy block. father owns gifts--not donations motto empty club free offerings dona tions. that's spirit mem-' bers club, win sany tortn i want understood baskets leave gifts best wishes : mingled equally. reach particularly those families dint scrapping self-denial, managed somehow keep rolls. actually indigent taken care satisfactorily. emphasis during approaching .holiday seasons placed class able support itself. eligibility lists bo furnished all civic organizations. requested possession hold meeting, 24. names turned time acted upon, declare. should well. pledges, total $88.70 either subscribed expected contributions figure considerably. proceeds 'the brat' show staged players, swell aggregate very presentable figure. tickets may organiza- fund see beginning winter's fund. workers gather where instructions them. eat dinner there, each required pay dinner, cost citizens contribute. ourhats go workers. going givers the. giving efforts thankless effort unfortun-tunate without necessities life winter. they, any compensation than, inward feeling having done full share worthy cause. you, ourselves, neighbors. worker approaches door let's him her warm welcome home, interview quickly possible.that places visit same night. longer job. consideration. generous gift. small welcome, don't mistake us, you $10.00 $5.00. make can. working regularly surely someone time. fifteen dollars needed $25.00 $50.00 order amount. everyone pledge something gift dollar, coming more, gift, whose means permit it. dollar greater km, u uibi mat de given, du gitt trom $75 $100. begins monday. stay home comes ready short possible, generously permit. absolutely needed, administered capable people. doing part, your part? gene carr tions pupils both schools. presented nov. 22 23 hall. resi dents production .highly entertaining play excellent cause furthering. phoenix tent 42 lorain 1, maccabees, holding 50th anniversary tuesday evening, 21, 1933, eagles auditorium, broadway 8th st., 8 p. m. sharp. distinguished guests supreme commander, e. w. thompson, record keeper, o. l. biggs, conimander, f. schwartz. brothers talks. arranged consisting entertainment as, hill billv boys, singtng, dancing, orchestra. punch served. also sandusky guards put fancy drill. incurred lot expense hard over, lie family bring friend needs protection admission charge. further information inquire sam wragg, com., h. hall, r. ic. exercises armistice day active special services cleveland large delegation wives attended sunday brooklyn memorial rev. hunter, formerly amherst, pastor days hunter invitation post asking attend services. following wife luncheon church parlors. attending mrs. william bruce, thomas chas. kiendieh, j. d. kas-er, dr. g. parker, clyde donnelly, hugo truscello, wilker, john raesler, emma lonsbrough, albert towne, miss charlotte alderman, henry hammill, carl pegerst, el mer deuschle, charles sabiers, harry hugh tompkins. trip capped busy week aires. partici pated high heard major wensinger ashland gave interesting war trophies. former officer collection relics. morning st. pe ters evangelical schmidt's topic "bought price." book night observed oberlin librarian addresses parent-teacher ass'n. parent-teacher's associataion diversified including talks music. fowler, ober- ask ihem sign lin college, delivered chief ad- hopp dress subjbe awe- later. ject "what kind friends you?" fowler urged. adults read fixed purpose view rec reation. latter portion guide 1iivfnilf rpnrlincr tn kfimnlntp in- terest literature youngsters. group young singers musicians wellington pro vided largo meeting. sang old numbers accompanied turner. sing, another feature. outline thru sale christmas seals, imade t. hin-man elvria, hinman sketched aiding tubercular children. charge sales year, second county contest werner zilch, candidate board education, ran official reports election indicate. zilch's total, counting precincts 'reported missing 4,131. 495; township, 136 south 144. contenders arthur mason james davidson. mason's 4,634 davidson's 3,952. opens pep ministers, pre-ceed ministers series 'pep parochial team captains meet prior starting city. preceeded dinners tartlng 5:30 in. officials wish paying meal banquet chest. practically incidental defrayed othbr sources contributing uiat directly goal $1,500'. to' conducted reaching establishment town. organizations, clubs lodges asked individually. mitler, schael'fer, ege-land wragg. divided sections assigned territory. miller's west side; sctfaot'- fer's team, east street, martin. district north central covered egeland's wragg's territory central. teams selected "is general preside mesiik. lias mailed letters industries city requost- ing cooperation lieves companies mae response. persons even solicited, zt5lch unable con-trbute time, abrams accepts pastorate lutheran minister fill pulpit fort wayne .rev. .abrams, pastpr paul's here, accepted the, peter's at. goeg-kin, suburb wayne, ind. abra'm's "new"' considerably larger expects assume duties dec. keller, circuit visitor district; lissduri synod, officiate secue immediately f o 1 lowing r v. abram's departure. keller niet congregation offered communicate- pastor. distic't headquarters furnish list selected; a'bram's resignation, effective forepart month, regret parishioners. phone requests honored unless application person, according ruling commission. applies especially telephone calls. rolls sometimes phoned requests. permissible, commission ruled.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-11-16|
|Date of Original||1933-11-16|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-11-16 16 51|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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