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... jt - the amherst news-times owivun volume xyl, number 52 thursday, november 23, 1933 sandstone center of world so it s eems toy alfred biggs papers are full pictures a lovely young womenwho, hav-ing attained age 21 years, has now supreme control fortune fifty million dollars. other members her family also own many millions, proceeds successfully operated five and ten cent stores. t,he shrewd old men who originated these chain stores possibly rendered useful service to his fellow creatures while substantially feathered nest. x under rules present system might be claimed that he earned reward. is not yet on record lovely' fledgling referred done as much for society any one obliging ladies who, standing behind counters, look anxiously, at end day, toward slow-moving hands clock relief their aching feet. however, she still young. s,he chance do something justify existance. in days gone by, before we stained our so-called civilization, when tribes suffered disaster, they made offerings appease gods.as sufferings continued spite offerings, changed technic until, last, disgust, slugged idols then better use them fire wood. today, suffering from idolization king gold, making placate him make behave. have put up price gold over $33 an ounce; paid money farmers induce plant less seed; tried buying surplus crops; propose issue imitation greenbacks deceive idol; plan marry off silver; presently shall try out devaluation dollar. or all. conciliatory measures help patch carry which, broken down. but, eventually throw tyrant into furnace melt down ornament hang around. aunt mamie's neck, pieces fill teeth. that's about all practical there him. future generations will laugh antics smile read foolishness early ancestors with eventually, but why now? because product blindness. person, having been immured years dark room, would unable adjust himself sudden burst sunlight. can once conceive what life were freed tyranny released light life, liberty pursuit happiness. grumblings nra governmental measures.mr. roosevelt (some them) trying let us. if too suddenly worse plight than now. gigantic task laden difficulties. four 'will long enough job. like isralites probably need forty find way wilderness obsolete system. astronomers promised us pyrotechnic display millions shoot ing stars time this writing havenot appeared planet jupiter has, seems, horned show enticed sphere influenced scurvy trick had minded business, few human beings again witnessed wonders heavens realized, perhaps, earth grain sand relation universe. stupendous thought mind resolved behave becoming humility allow love supplant greed "me first" attitude which generally characterizes conduct professor says elbow mirror mind. details looking lacking, legion shop open monday appeal toys re-built given needy children american park avenue, next monday, daily, until christmas, group leglonaires be. busy there, engaged work mercy good cheer those otherwise bo left santa claus' list places visit christmas eve. call shop, really is, . transformation shop. used banged pieces'of tin, steel, wood whatever may of. useless, cast aside, no longer wanted. goes, undergo complete come eve shinning new bring happiness some little heart sornewhere amherst. job is. just well was j.-h america called war. maybe quite contrast war beginning week satisfy most skeptical, thsre any. last year 350 received leglonaires. seven hundred v!'c-cked stoys wevo rebuilt shinny, serviceable toys, ad dw.tr ibuted inanv whom nothing else solker brought to- them. conrad mulder chairman committee year. corps assisting afternoon elsewhere go there. evenings everyone doing bit lighten overlook unfortunate child. assistance men, legion, knack repairing things welcome financial want ths along appreciated by legion. bought order back original condition. paint, varnish, brushes, nails lumber numlber necessary. these, part bought, necessary buy with. legionjias placed limit 10 benefited ,toy shop.' experienced great deal difficulty getting suitable older years. boys ready anxious get you your outgrown, don't more, regardless condition, take boy girl tie very happy it. soon possible started once. know bovor missed send name address, age, ask oils, too, early. year, even late day distributed, names vere sent creating confusion. wait, now, tho names, addresses ages ought vaccinate pupils against small pox vaccinations amherst, south st. joseph's schools dr. h r, o'brien, county health commissioner. tuesday o'brien pre-school age.. dr.o 'brien reported further cases scarlet fever district recently. humams 8s57 "yeah, he's nut kin farewell party pastor lutheran minister indiana pastorate rev. henry abram, pa3tor paul's church, following biweekly meeting sunday school teachers. token re-memiberauce teachers' association presented picture getsemane. rev, abram leave december 1 geogkln, near f'ort wayne, ind., where accepted peter's church. fore evening regular conducting educational work. remainder spent games socially. guests affair were: mr. mrs. william stretcher, august nabakowski, bechsteln, george mengel, stark, miss dorothy moff, mildred tvedpp stetson, katherine gru-gel, steve pierce, ruth hoffman, carl reinking, natalie sohoenfeld, ray grugel,, me-ta maurice stark. mis3 erma lau, harold lelmbach, bertha king, edwin segert, chester streicher, fred hogreffe, abram. joint services thanksgiving churches join union wednesday evening, nov. 29, methodist c. e. schmidt, evangelical deliver sermon, m. choir furnish mtasic. direction c p. zilch. chosen bazaar dinner peter wohlever, president circle no. 3 anne's society, charge church noon. final plans serving supper socfety jjhe "held saturday exe-ning. business played. high score awarded g. ash-enboch, second oliva wet-gand consolation t. andrews. w. d. cox hostess lunch served tables tbeir guests, otto schroeder. universal finger-printing, baby favor gene carr .o ' j mumble poets an' things'1 dedicate somherst bishop mcfadden blessed catholic dlgnatarles impressive ceremonies chuch na tivity virgin s. dedicated morning. dedication program thruout large crowd present. morning attendance estimated more 800 people, 700 people attended 11:30 a. 5 blessing auxiliary james mcfadden, cleveland diocese. 9 opening elaborate ceremony marked mass conducted 11 achilles ferreri, lorain. twenty eight first communion. special music eighteen members, directed corbett. moss held 8:30 10:30 each ferreri. dignataries mcfadden; daly, elyria, eischen, amherst; vincent balmot; rev john fitzpatrick, associate editor universe bulletin; hagen, superintendent diocese; treasey, diocesan director prqpagation faith. mayor stiwald sell auto tags appointed deputy registrar motor vehicles week. appointment u. merrell, higliways )f state. stiwak license plates teady distribution 1. .vehicles must january highways. thenew machines dec. 10. become compulsory immediately after midnight years' address "church history" series talks on, robert burgess, assistant oberlln weekly epworth league. seriels toe follow the'short devotional serviceln various league leaders. thursday thanksgiving, employees enjoy holiday, paper press instead thursday. please news later thank ydu. roll drive enrolls 128 here campaign considered big success; needed check garments twenty-eight memberships red cross recent contributions ammounting $15. received. half total kept care emergencies arise clothing past generously officers local chapter lack funds. harry williams success. being dsitrtbuted headquarters library basement govenment. cotton federal government, taken voluntary workers receive compensation time. alone, during hours distri bution single sat urday. required 'to surpluses lorain, prepare taking needs seventy-five t o families, ppo- ; pie, afternoon, checking l reeeiv-' ed months every article out- listed receiving requires baird. invited distributor, room thu third month. letters claus going popular around hereabouts thinking early, wit ness letter news- times asked forward wish- write i office. we' can't guarantee wishes fulfilled will, never-the less, dispatch imrnecli-ately north pole san ta .busy lists. follows: dear santa: doll long, curly hair. two books. babsey twins may. book bunnv sister sue. ibed me. my mamma pair stockings. brink daddy necktie. audrey rosenkranz. empty stocking meet friday hold th town hall flday night. com mittees representatives organizations club should meeting, said .ah re rememlbered pledges ported meeting. community fund fall short $1500 goal report showed $1,000 pledged; expect $200 tonight imay $1500, according zilch, general campaign. latest available, b y workers. sight, leaving deficit amount $300.00 (thusday) indication available how goal. dollars pledged night's chest nearly home canvassed homes occupants home, home. vey discourtesies shown only p instances did re-pot't animosity itowtard ithe fund. began luncheon seved ann's joseph school. forty-five service. dinner, expenses contributed are: chairman; cromwell, vice becker, secretary. team captains charles miller, sam wrigg, schaefe, ege-land. agents loans speed granting mortgages hopes closed lorain banks raised wet k columbus office "he home" owners loan corporation working saturday. are, j. boylan, auditor, h. schumacher, agent. came gillman, representative washington aided started. remained remain needed. "flash" apprais als property assist rushing converting bonds. ibe entirely operation conservators, intending process ibonds. converted bonds reconstruction finance eighty per iftnt value, market either event, move intend (to cabh place which" hold. cash hand restricted speeded. bankers gen-eal optimistic best far reopening. theft jewelry sixty worth stolen residence mlschk wednesday.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-11-23|
|Date of Original||1933-11-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-11-23 16 52|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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