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st news-times )ffli volume xvi, number 19 thursday, april 5, 1934 the sandstone center of world amher jk j l ljtv so it seems by alfred biggs new york:-.a scientific chart industrial "development this country for 'the 'last half century looks like the, picture a moun tain range. hills and valleys all aong (the, 'line; nothing but alter-, nate "booms ami 'depressions. has "been going on long time :hat 'many have come to ac cept iit as an integral part our national existance. working men 'women, periodically thrown out employment reasons utterly 'beyond their control, 'life. present long-drawn-out depression, bringing unprecedented 'm'isery 'millions people, will prove be blessing if 'forces 'a 'change "in money-price system. is which deprives masses purchasing 'power dams up normal flow products users. within next fifty years great :mttions those who succeeded not conquest dther nations, or forcefully developing alien markets unused products, conquering own asinine stupidity short-sightedness "with regard money credit. in tjucti nations there no degressions, unemployment, poverty negligible. education universal along entirely lines. xieisnre plentiful pro-terry applied. odds are favor "russia showing "how ran done provided that soviet government permitted work its way destiny -vast far-flung domain. ivir. 'george baus, keller & "baus, strictly dry goods, knee action tjnderware specialty, amherst,' ohio. dear george:- queen bungalow says: funny wall street organizer never thought incorporate depression sell stock it. pop-eyed -pessimist was coming end, wrong end at that, crawled into my shop other day wept, "well, i see building 7.9 less 1933 than 1932. "yep," said, "you undertaker, what you doing here, why don't zilch, baker, undertaking business. "but did notice steel output 11.7 more?" see," he mourned, "that amherst water works co. down 27?" "sure," sob sister. -water1 always goes spring." (he muffed one knew would.) u. s. automatic 17.0. ought help some." take price stone," groaned. "it 2.7 from 1933." "yes," crepehanger, stone production 37.9 first three months 1934, now do thjnk that. "yes, know, hut look bank failures,," said. i'll said,?!! clearings," said i, $789,678,000,000;" "farm prices were 13.3," whimpered. "the farmers ain't got money," "well," gloom spreader, the- says mail order chain store sales increased 97.9, about that?" "things bad after all," he. "they seldom good," i. "what think proppects are," asked "well " "if they give order, they're fine fellows." get me," "i dont want you," "i've had measles, that's enough." "wei, george, dust-, ed off clothes washed hands called conrad zilch his ambulance, myself, happens whe-n couple these birds together? know 870 failures, lower prices, sales." we conditions make business is, when matter fact, makes 'what are. goods buy more roofing sheet metal work, underware. "brighten corner where tne nymn, ana means either store. ,talk talk success ride bandwagon. failure hearse." me, sometimes circus funeral town same day. wou to? yours big show, a. nabakowski. p.t.a. conduct forum onmonday school board answer questions meeting monday open conducted parent-teachers association next. night. during period attending invited write concerning activ ities. then collected answered. should any question cannot answered referred someone can swer represented h. r. penton meothrg. mrs. andrew rawson, la-grange, director north central ohio congress parent-teachers, address meeting. ' .' -,tr features program include musical selections joe monica, also adam blythe play npn dulcimer. miss lucille hearn community singing, membership committee hostesses social hour. meet ridgeville speakers booked soring -meeting 10 spring lor ain county council parent teacher associations held the" ridigeville school, east elyria, week tomorrow. "both afternoon evening session, with din ner served between 5:30. annual election officers coumty talks martin v." mcgill, vocational guidance 'lorain public schools, p. vaughn, super intendent principal session. group invocation, rev. john koontz, welcome, smith, president parent-teacher association, werner council, respond th rnd seventh grade ant class rf prer nt puppet "punch ar-1 judy." mcgill's talk, thf session election, vaughn follow order. instrumental selection close program. evening, dr. garry myers cleveland, address, rawson report district con vention associations. music lorain-co. concert orchestra invocation bo given young, remarks, council. pupils second itldgeville shadow play. "tile bears," eleanor gerst-enberger sing. services local woman 2 m. ann catherine schiefersteln 74,. st. peter's evangelical church, deceased member. many friends relatives attended services. schiefer-stein's death occurred her home following short illness. pastor c. b. schmidt, officiated. threp 0 1 d rugged cross," garden," "jesus lover soul" sung quartet composed o. h fred holzhatfer, lucy tery. relutlves out-of-town cleveland lorain, elyria. sons deceased, pall bearers, louis, qeo., martin, henry, carl, amherst, lorain. burial under direction baker company crownhill cenr roenier, and, hilda kreig. here's question, ''who may receive machinery being set mo tion establishment old-age pensions, interest high "by law proposed intiative petition submit ted electors nov. 7, 1933. receipt pensions condi tioned certain reservations executive difficult establish. polio-wing -are persons subject reservations: must 65 older; resident past 15 prior 'to ma'king application aid, continued residence shall deemed 'been interrupted occasional :absences total such absences does exceed -years, person absent state official united states. operetta presented tonight gypsy rover" operet ta, am herst auditorium (thursday) beginning 8:00 o'clock. acts .and built around char acter rob, later known sir gilbert howe, english nobility. rob stolen infant, nurse, meg, become" wife marto, gypsy. grows manhood amongst gypsies believing meg mar-to parents. day, while riding fiancee, lord craven, lady constance martendale becomes lost woods. wander camp constnace fal' love sight. craven ob jects rob's attitude, very comedy scene marto sinfo, made tell comes search constance, charming fellow. act two stance serenades her. plan elope overhead informs plans capture rob. successfully accomplished prison, escapes. elapse estates, idenity having (been proven meg. successful comnoser. friend prince lion. remained true wins wife. says, good fairies led me beautiful all, story, proper way, lived happily ever after." pretty affairs nina capt. jerome, zar scenes sinfo synoposis near london. morning. acjt room george. 3 elaborate interior. weeks supposed elapse. elapsed. characters janice holzhauer zara mary lahif , roy brennen ben henson homer rickel clara mae becker geo. carl lakofsky nina' donna pumphrey jerome sheldon schroeder toby lyon gerald bruce mccorkle leo stiwald lackey donald matlies chorus doris braun, audrey bierman, marjory light, helen berger, gwendolyn bailey, janet bain, old age pension ohio' 9 citizen states, been least before making application. applies year applying. inmate penal correctional institution hospital. income sources ?300 annually. entitled aid ho applica tion, six more, husband, deserted wife, he, without just cause failed neglected main provide child children years, desertel husband years. ?, unable support ava masters, agnes doyle, ruth mays, dorothea ernst, alice holliday, katherine evelyn webster, louise gaeher, kurth, patterson. rose toth, lang, winona papworth, marjorie becker, nettie schaeffer. peggy wesbecher, dora wilhelm, dorothy guisel-man, violet jones. harold bills. borman, evan nord, douglas harris, robert gillette. burton jenne. bob -cromwell, chares wilson. elmer cook, jack blackford, bill bruce, frank herrmann. milton schieferstein, hol-lingsworth, albert bodmann, herbert van keuren, clifford. harry powers. dancers elizabeth gerber, oriett stiwald, schaeffer, kathryn braun. victoria shlnskey, jerry aschen-bach, powers, francis kel-leher, lloyd belhtel heck. violins; dreschler. lila muth, geraldine cooper. cello: eastman. double bass: mr. monger.. trumpet: pietch. clarinets: max ege- land, moebius. flute: arthur schmikons. saxophone: fleckner. drums: geoffrey monger. accompanist: murray. ) teachers music, dramatics, rice. costumes. hearn. stage managers, hearn, bell. dances, johnstone, smith drechsler. manager, alderman. gypsie james bauer, norma lange, wayne fritz, shirley menz. schulz, fhllip edwin f'oster, eileen con-nell, phyllis frank, richard kane, deucshle. did" hfoi-nllv ,.o u uumui literally last tuesday night town's transacted. lights hall, everywherr else, went shortly atfer o'clock light again until meantim' councilmen talkin-by reason knowing spea'-er's voice. some relief darkness chief brought flashlights firo truck. tabled tho requiring license distribute bills advertising village. decided clean-up 16th, uie ga-thering rubbish thursday friday, 20tli. request policemen village pay himself able him responsible support. net value, encumbrances liens, real personal property ipersons applying ex ceed $3,0i00; married, value combined pro perty $4,000. qualify directly indirectly deprive income. amount payable ?25 month, diminished lamount per sources, including $300 year. jointly, $50 manner. auction residents surrounding communities could send articles sale considered men's association. suggestion favorably recieved men. president. j. smythe, appoint consider matter. considering expert talk. clerks stores attend. consisting w. g. schaefer, ludwig thomas appointed arrange pioneer victim strock paterson, pio- neer, hospital suf- fering stroke. suffered slight stroke ago audi apparently overcome sunday received condition favorable circumstances permit. paterson nearly 8gyears old. candidate degrees stoning-ton lodge. con- fered lodge operat ing dispensation. hold dinner stonington lodge, f. m., .their regular 6:15 banquet rooms followed year, nonui mem hers voted continue thl telephone thev ani.i further finances afford so. salaries large enough cover expanses phones would taken unwilling them. told charles mathes go ahead well disposal plant. criticised health department ditch running cesspool drained nusiance residents. kan, powers mcqueen commute invite officer here another visit ditch. surveyor warden .for blocking improvement a' c.w. project. back vote park re-opening efforts tlio monthly congregational church 'explanation 'plan hubbard, conserva tor bank. hubbard worked banking federal officials. "for definite plan, banks grouping a-round blindly, trying find open. changing rulings difficult. approved middle january, examined. march examiners delay proved concerned. might necessary loan, waiting mortgages transfer-ed owners loan bonds unnecessary. "had wo needed turn over only 40 cents dollar. us 100 wait benefit everyone," hubbard. referring deposits transfered mortgage "company length payment portion. legion notes presentation american i?gion a-wards 25 johnso" pat no. 118 providing thnt (late satisfactory elm st- joseph paro- ciifal schools. interesting arranged speaker present. invitation extended post members lorain 30 legion, attend show "mae east," friday nights. 19, date wellington. lkoiox sponsor dance night, johnson eagles' hall modern dances featured. a-dam furnish dance. several special prizes rr- awarded display 'o. hardware, furniture windows. duff resigns head e. duff, accept position columbus resigned neighboring reslgna-was effective friday. filled brown, a't temporary taught olmsted carllslo south amherst. kent- dennison university. man wishes -win nn-popularity contest needs buggest kind tar.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-04-05|
|Date of Original||1934-04-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-04-05 16 19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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