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iiheamher t mi thursday, january 4, 1934 thesandst.one wioowparivqlume xvi, number 6 i so it seems by alfred biggs - of course, the. vast prdblem -of our economic structure is not as simple all .that jts ramifications are too varied and .complicated for -anyone mind to grasp. the worst nigger in woodpile, .so it; seems, profit. eventually lie will have be done away with. but that, probably, a long distance proposition which future generations take care of. .present problem re-adjust conditions that wealth -ot .the nation controlled an in-signlflcent percentage population. machinery production, -virtually this minority,, has grown -out .of proportions distribution. where 450 bricks per day .per .man were produced some years ago, .modern plant can turn out '400,1)00 man. formerly took one man year iproduce 25 tons pigiron; iiow at rate 4,000 year. ibran-ches production enormously increased output been effected "but represented run into corner sack. -workers don't .get anything like fair share tliey produce. this, condition mr. itocsevelf honestly trying improve. his jot) being hampered powerful minority who apparently have, vision fo see richest cannot live more than house time, nor wear suit eat, thancne-metil sitting. referring' once woodpile profit, interesting hear 6pinion dr. nicholas miu:rnyntlorj!ipresident'ofec61um bia university. he says: "if we profit alone bo end sought human effort, then society must reconsile itself steaily disintegration, constantly increasing conflict between individual group nations, eventual destruction". butler right, those contend effort needs incentive fail appraise properly their follow creatures. organ-iized society, men women would find true happiness doing things they best fitted do. excel; reward distinction excellence; freedom from fear poverty make lives glad. moving slowly toward condition. l glimpse ' objective fret fume be-cause wo fast enough .toward it. impatience tear down old political, industrial structure, hoping erect :new overnight. humanity does move 'that fast; new ideas assimilated very tho massps. taken nearly four suffering ordinary workaday people get first glimmering understanding well-being governed king gold whose courtiers tyrant me.dieval barons. backs sore thu lashings adversity thgy do teallze 'is possible restrain1 the" hand holds the, whip. millions still think just matter tough luck; time before how why the' victims obsolete vicious system 'has outlived its purpose. ladies groups meet on thursday woman's missionary evangelical church will, hold joint meeting parsonage today 2 o'clock. two btoups .will probably merga ,a ,for name women's haa, suggested.. hostesses foeetlnff' wiu .besmrv-a. m. itickel, mrs. goorge holsteln, miss christena jacobs' george council members oath tuesday consider proposal annex henry st. corporation following -very .ceremony, was aimost devoid witnesses, newly elected village went work last night. six mem-ibers simply asked rise, up right hands, support constitution united states, laws state ohio, perform- duties coun-cilmen .best ability. ceremony over, administration problems face them consists a. f. mcqueen, thomas jflnnegan, h. w. powers, john ego-land, councllmen, dr g. schaeffer kane, re-elected members. ttrst jod street village. residents appeared annexation sewer, water gas could put street. solicitor. j. smythe, draw nei essary petition signatures property owners street, when returned further steps itaken. smythe re-employed another solicitor, president council. patrolmen, e. mays earl white, charles mathes, sewer disposal attendent, rehired nionth-to-month basis. tfj,xh.e; 3tayor.'s appointments ,of various councllmen committees laid over next meeting. honor couple 59th anniversary william has-enpflug celebrated event week fifty nine wedded lite may couples quick marriages divorces, doea seem airs. hasenpflug, brown-helm. ibe three score them. friday, saturday because convenient children gathe"r together. hasenpflug 86 old, hansenpflug 70 old. entire family gathered commemorate oc-yasion, with -exception daughter her husband, rev. stick, missionaries natal, south africa, granddaughter, eva student westminster choral school princton, n. 'couple spent community. hasenpflug. born placei home, hasen- pflug half mile same road. married december 29, 1874, home bride's parents, mr.- kuellmer, ,byi itev. hon-necker circuit rider preacher church, living amherst. entertains 'club gillette, main entertained, bridge club tuesday. 'afternoon.- tables inplay i. hubbard entertain, week. , funeral services f orfr.d'iuck. died n, 'felyrlaat 'his bonwerehel'd.) rer q', e'. .shpudt .ott st, peters churchofficiated humans "lemme go! "nutty" topics board dinner' serious is-dropped annual dinner party amherst hoard ot education mixed fun eve ning, held oberlin inn, 6:30 private dining room attractively decorated pink white bowl snapdragons chrysan themums centerpiece auolflm:turei.g nnd,tho fact-that.couu.-j tall tapers silver holders. arrangements pro- gram under direction clifford. clifford presented each lady present corsage johanna hill roses, violets (blue daisies, men' 'buttonieres1 roses. three-course served following: mrs, r. c. b. cooper, werner zilch, penton, nord, s. clifford, p. avery. blueprints, stencilled comically illustrating guests, or parts constituted programs. followed nature extemporaneous afterdinner speeches, assigned, cooper expjain "what's wr6ng elephant", "checking up", r, powers; "how keep apple juice working nra hours," harold penton; "laying roads smoothly couuty roads," zilch; "the allowable length late christmas dinner," avery;' "optimism 1934", w". nord. 1700 pounds pork distribution "began wednesday morning, according naba- ttowski. meat ordered distributed cwa workers, relief commission delivered direct border line cases instead. nabakowski reported thut county receive 6,300 butter, 18,000 flour, part go rollow families. american legion friday 'elmgr johnson- post, ammdaii liysiuui win uuiu lit) 1 it! n 11 la. . meetfngrvfj:iday- evening jjtv&to w 'for 'activitiek'aurlngtt'h&l nexitnree jmoninsrwiii ,ijokeii' mm gene carr me mother's callin' me!' light case taxpayers' set aside contract purchase municipal lighting plant, hearing morrts tn common pleas court tuesttay, solicitor benefit council, stated grounds upon based promises bidders pay expenses suits might follow; trip .by councilmen visit plants equipment made expense manti cllman kane local rep- resentative fairbanks mors. (company. speak clarence tucker craig, pro-. fessor testament, theological seminary, 'the speaker public sponsored ihe weslay-an wednesday, ..january 10th. subject be, hoe"., craig an. unusually fine speaker, invited him. south, scheduled appear able foe belng'made later other special music provided for, bol's furlough giedlinski tisdale, of, thej.c. o. army. flvo parents 'here jast "boys "located camp jotter son, aghpt;t,r rc-ra'-lttqh5 indrid, 5n'lom v j 4 t. monday amos l. heer, ph, d., director teacher' training kent college-will address the- memoerp o'f' t,hpi nex monday11 regularj'jdnu-ary of- th,e organisation. wljlbe glvgn the.vwoodwin choir" oiberlin college, lorain couity a: brookside school, afternoon session "3:30 "ever ning 8 ,ross gordon, secretary, evening, be-vard elyria, give, "present glimpses austria russia", evening. furnished glee also orchestra. so. big stone job toledo project material quarry quarries cleveland company call 10 15 back soon confirmation received $78,000 sandstone project. news dispatches columbus said had ibeen awarded company, .but officials any information it, paul mori morning. calls 116,000 feet sandstone, used curbing 24 miles canal blvd. toledo. 68 cents foot. called al col. shetler, suggeau workers employed, ruled against adj. gen. frank d. henderson, statu civil works administrator, pointed jobs nn ture let outright bida, quar ries bid job. iori, now stock, somt require period about months. service welcomed christian endeavor congregational sunday intermediate young peoples' cuss guests event. thirty present. games and. contests basement. following' these refreshments served. 11:15 watch -night began eupn" becker, society,' jri charge. forni impressive candle, jaervice, memv bers jgroup participating midnight .was given hearty welcqme. crop borrowers tq attend meetings county-borrowers, federal -crop prbdiiotioni loansare notified to' m'e,e( vtlxk- gv ti huffman, field sunervlsor. january' 24th.' yarjouq metihg' places tlituout "ar'be- lne- arrani&d, tlfi. v,: : 'township. '10 m'enff$$ r": cemetary, 2c men. ht ajt ,;.uu l.qtp.gin the.,mprnr 5ft,wlapa.l3i3m k rng th, ;t ?mm& relnc'liom yvanxrroj tune!! night when. a, kowski, peared befor.q air february 15th .wtobtli6m! aiotment expires.-. $&mm;i was- caunclvmim octf a'dminiswatoft $mi' tnat?body. '1 jss purpose-df tequtsiiry o'jeots nqw'-lv-.to. uw-ihofo projeats iff to. have'jlhohi proved ready ?p' start' uppu' allotmeiityi m-mv told thoconifr hwiw cil tli'at everything uacl " donft tn' cp h ahnim'anf nf itw3$rj .li'uf'that, .a! jml impossoble until:ia8t' 'y'u.es.- jfl permission wag' 'gtaijf.ei?: 3 $m transrer school. otaef m rm awffitv&l?. asaig'iledv.td.j ,f 'fe jp$ no can.'be putitrlc fh ff ulldpr riiivirt fm2n her. '.ls "' j'm nabakowski, report6d 'thaf, 5,020,000 wcre workirig;vpu. projects thruoiif tlie unlte'd states. '''" what- place whtj'n. alotments are1 mau4 .aftr middle februaryj, is.': speculation, current opinion net assigned;oh giveni.wovk then, working' .now off. allotment are,: approved, hot, tieou '18 men; combined projents stand a,- chance approved are: 'w, storm elyria ave: trim- '' mlng troes; laying sidewalks, .in -crown cemetary; fixing cross- ;'' walks painting lamp s'ta'ndairds; hospital -jfainurfef', landscaping towhhah; library?." dre bejng- worked are; .39 mien; athletic field, 5 cutiin? ciirb' milan ave., 7 spring? 12 lay tukn crsxone ,4 ul- hkii srati0n.;f wurk rouows -mtiz i-v .a yw?,m got off: ing 1u34 start ,pn their: new,.iiral department. bulid, ngtusdaafibr ft ,?' simple, hut nevefrthe-limsfmpres-' i't sive ceremonies" jieldiohday "ll' comer was-laid :2:-? &krh(ir .val 30 monday, .john ffafcfefc& hammh, rfbna mwmm act chief .executive: .oc'tlia lu'&mim3?m lage, reniafkya c'orner stona laying; tprayef offered rev, hi 'f! &l,vow "v :cleveland 'quarries' .ppxlel station .isvloqat'e'dt! vrppmy, 'yfi&tm '; "1 noma: imimmteii!jsuhtiimtilryjjl'i:t:llt. 3rr '.t .t 'wf'xnsumrfhifsspihklsfllhh
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-01-04|
|Date of Original||1934-01-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-01-04 16 6|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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