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news-times w hr r m ri huk"s i e 4l v 7 do our pari volume xvi, number .1 so it s eems by alfred biggs would be consislraffctnnd logical for all those in power 1 the j,great capitalistic countries to invent some propaganda stir up their people destroy srussla. hs.always wise take time forelock. if soviet union (carries into effect aetiond . five year plan, which will care ot tthe. personal requirements of thp .people (consumers' goods), tstaildard living that country nttll rise almost perpendicularly. 'the common jover vwofcld, crushed between tho -upper ian.d dower millstones (capitalism, then demand letin..on it, president roosevelt undauhtedl .seesall this. he is .endeavoring anticipate trouble by. .pro. viding us with a new deal d!s' itinctly american character. .president has bean too well reared not have read therood book: "ye caainotserve goduand mammon". .is.farrtco intelligent know- ,that .ye icannqleerve rich and iheipoor .it is. greatly his credit tthat -al though comparative luxury, sympathies apparently go tout lto. whose chance .at taining wealth one .thousand. trying io bring within uaach men right ito .work.tto full measure .happiness. sabo ;taee.his.efforts, likely sue ceed. .hut neither genius .nor -.the .splendid humanitarianism mr. can reconcile interests .poor, mustibe worked out education or, coercion, as kus- .sia. 4 aunoiiixc.emeht thai sw- tetary.of .treasury lias organiz ed .a .drive .tovqjillect.$s00,d00,00tf id. back income taxes cause vj jm (uneasiness. who lived last pettuy halcyon day 1928,9 will,-many or them, find impossible pay taxes. were honest enough .record pro fits but haye since gone broke hrmdaches. cour tiers king gold clever earnings profits on record, bothered this ac tivity pnrt .the treasury. takes faith st times see .cheating does pay. nevehthe!3s, cheating ieally payment made varlousi forms, such as: dear con fidence, happy lives, esteem .and respect others, jove one's wife children. pays .(sometimes) money, ivhch js itself cheat nothing whatever real iio forms outlined. tells philosophy life p. t. a. savs contentment matter worldly goods accumulation goods, rather mental attitude person,, prof. amos l. heer, director teacher train-, ing at kent college, told audience meeting amherst monday night. dealing gave opinoin schools offered better opportunity training than church appreciation poses-bions. also stressed thought collectively, said six hour working offer greater (opportunity promote general welfare. music was furnished wood wind choir oberlin conservatory, under direction george wain. clayton springer, a., conducted short business meeting, miss doro- ;thy jones lead community singing. cwa work isoutlined 35 40 mentis ' planned projects await approval additional village township employ 3bjand work-were outlined special thev,illage council, .trustees, cemetery trustees local, relief commission town hall sunday. called idr. w.g. schaeffer, chairman council's committee. plans outlines ar,e. .being.jnade sent county week.' include ditching both sides west martin st. fromi northlake east beavor creek; park ave. from .end", pavement route 59, ami toidewey road, imiprove-' jtnent road stone ;ccutting off lump aide walker hill level; beautifying yard, removal present walk to.lhe entance building comfort .station making circle, seats sidewalk "into tile park. pool its proposed circle ilsh put summer .time. other are: curbing, lowering monuments, iregrading gravel walks. however, project depend upon con-' lot. owners approached first wishes considered. another entraaice disposal plant; widening ana raising ait bottom crown cemetery. .uf these prcyects are merely tentative. they mnst approved columbus ot-jice, .await an .assignment he-lore bo started. ljsted might ,he ready scon ner allotment after february 15 made. student pr aches local "young people's day" evangelical sunday samuel snyder, theological delivered sermon morning, choosing subject, "ushers mesiah". known peoples' church. late afternoon group young churjh entertained supper, served tower room. table attractively decorated centerpiece snapdragons chrysanthemums. evening rev. m. rlckel spoke "the future church". consisted duet mrs. r. h. hearn. garthe took over school superintendent morning orchestra, directed garthe, music, classes rooms, baclf, means orchestra music. children given honorable tion continuous attendance were: allen esther sick, janet elaine lucille grobe, muriel springer martha holsteln. william schmitkons, teacher, had perfect record. daughter born jeromo menz hospital earlyhhls week. bfe much nicer knocking werj confined done opportunity. thursday, january 11, 12333 .1ust humans "there goes ol snakeweed th wot gossip couple celebrated & uoiden o. f. wiite -.received ithe congratulations -their friends wednesday evening, occasion being fiftieth anniversary wedding. deceptions held frientls 2 o'clock afternoon,, 9 evening. addition private gathering immediate family held- .mrs. witte havo host friends. married life. hts won, considerable! recognition .for fruit nut trees. trees bearing english japanese walnu,tis, chestnuts, hazed nuts pecajis. ha1 unusually fine array daliahs. germany, came settle russia -when 6 years old. may 5 87 br 72 april. tn pittsfleld center dawson. member odd follows lodge formerly active part activities. ladies aid society congregational living, frank steele, lapp, albert witte, mrs robert cromwell henrv kothe, vicinity daughter, minnie brown, died lorain three ago. ten grandchildren whom girls. honor sisters party friday misses gertrude hilda kuhn honored joint birthday home spent playing bunco honors going walter barck consolation geo koepke. refreshments following guests: schmidt, family, grace carpenter, moody koepite clarence kreuck kelber erie pa., family. harold penton board term just beginning. officers sam wragg, vice president, j. b. avery clerk. election meelng proceeding meeting. "we fade leaf". 'and sometimes, too, we hlown here there. gene carr window cleaner. today?" wonder candidate court judicial declare himself attorney guy findley, seek nominp- republican office pleas judge thf august priminaries. during 21 practice lawyer, two terms solicitor elyria mil prosecuting at- fndl-ef torney 19 17 1921. masons, fraternal order eagles, sons veterans civil war; trustee christian directoi y. c. findley interested forestry been assisting boy scouts. amherst. recalled marksman having won silver cup shoot week spoken parent-teach-er meetings outdoor association organized. jocal conisder him qualified service bench. reelected head kunkle morning. bolbach, assistant superintendent, "w. j durling, second assistant; wm. robertson, treasurer; kenneth alexander, secretary, roy schaef-er, secretary alex burnet, librarian, e. eastman, chorister; g. pietch pianist director; pianist, harry powers; leotl marshall, intermediate superintendent; dorothy, primary mrs, powers, assistant. sandstone steal lanterns red stolen milan reported thursday improvement, helng federal government work, stealing punishable, only state courts, pointed out. very close watch kept anyone caught prompt ly prosecuted, officials said. reelect change monday; guests past re-elected annual men's foster, nominating committee, nomination. "we've thru year, across rough stream, now opposite bank your committee did feej should make without opposition. smythe; i. hubbard; scretary. fred holz- hauer; treasurer, paul woh lever smythe hoping relieved fdi responsibility consented organization again asked cooperation members. reports treasurer showed 'balance $79.17 organ tzation's membership 44. resignation tom drews fund accepted aschenbaer, elected place. same committees appointed. organization's next peter's ladies' tne entertainment instructed prepare program dates changed month conflict lutherans chose bosse issue call minister; drinks. serving mission ; w-is stand tues-in south , lay afternon. answering large .j technical questions bosse, relation specifications, contracts charge brooklyn, s. c become regular pas-1 tor paul's lutheran witlrin weeks. circuit visiting pastor, keller line action taken afternoon. bosse's cleveland where graduate high school, parents live. received degree concordia fort wayne. professor concordia, n. prior taking stationed time. interval before pastor's arrival henry dute, cleveland, continue acting pastor. transacted ro koepke elder, cahl elder louis stretcher year3. ray grugel delegate conference! krugman emory redman, alternates. raymond d. flock quite 111 home. world fail learn finances injunction suit rules against attorneys digest testimony far case gladys schroeder, seeking restrain buying fairbanks-morse electric light plant. adjourned hear until tuesday (wednesday room webber jammed spectators eager case, instances, developed tather sensational tone. sought gain schroeder admission who, any behind her suit, weh-ber ruled testimony. attack atty. horace andrews, associated burton councol village, said: "five expensive retained depositions oujt costs high. know financial ability plaintilt action. noon recess andrews intended renew anyone, plaintiff, cate, further questioning along permitted. trip expense f'airbank-morse co. trans-american qulto thoroughly schroeder's attorneys. most tolhurst, public affairs, trip. tolhurst there wasn't anytime about afraid tell. admitted drink hotel dozsn present. "and you lost didn't you"? asked. "ye-s", replied tolhurst. to'hurst drinking train carried chicago, denied paid study bids. k. w. lahitf. party, $12.00 days wages, while hlr wages quarries employed $3:45 day. tolhuwt ?6.00 barber. expenses l.rip, including iraiijroart. fare, auto rental trips beloit lake hills, wise, and, bills en gine companies. heny kane, councllmen, testified firm cells fairbanks- morse machinery, den5id tliat holds contract them. members drank barber charles hearn anything trlp circles " mon, ann's joseph's circlo met homo mary doyle, ave., hundred session. kornath. rn.ccu.lng; early followed series gamoa 'bridge hundred,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-01-11|
|Date of Original||1934-01-11|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-01-11 16 7|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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