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1 kid the amherst news-times wi dovur pam volume xvi., number 45 thursday, october 5, 1933 sandstone center of world soits eems by alfred biggs curtain has been rung doyn in new york city on an interesting money drama. great metropolis is "busted", it cannot pay its debts. and credit so bad that borrow. was proposed to levy a tax stock transfers. this would bring many millions dollars from business done exchange. further gross profits all w.ho bought sold stocks bonds. looked like easy source. but exchange promptly made plans move jersey, thus dodging not only taxes, also old ones. munclpal government largest had back down taxes are off. that's rebellion, first cousin revolution, won. if price system broken beyond repair what can be done? for months past specialists president have gathering data could done. they already know how possible restore "life, liberty pursuit happiness" americans who today living below required standard decency comfort. why. don't do it? because reins power still remain hands few own economic machine which brought us far. president, very wisely, hesitates troduce measures would1 play hob with machine, -...v. i nny.nn j .5 f . 1nnr4 t 111114 aiiuv;iiiiic, luuiucuii;, jiiaucu him power. he his ear ground knows time fast approaching break in- - augurate new. eventually , will no choice. 'everybody listens radio, everybody inter ested policies being worked out stations. at last realize as soon announcer rings toothpaste chatter folks tune out. it's too seeing people entertainment. can't helped. broadcasting company now definite periods dally pure entertainment without coffee. bo hoped able successfully and, nt same time, necessary dividends their stockholders. problem present writer glad up solve. nita got away fine start national enthusiasm runs high. emotion nation regimented during war worked. then, enthusiasm,, mobilized destruction. we were jazzed into believing thing hearts german austrian mothers. broke thm plenty, thousands american mothers thrown in. now, looking realizing paying see wicked stupid was. shall see, much le3s pain, think wish ourselves depression niia enthusiasm. far goes, good. doen't go enough. you cure internal cancer hp salve. attending conference rev. c. e schmidt went cincinnati wednesday where 26th general confer ence evangelical synod. 13 considering merging reformed churches. eighth graders win s grade .boys beat freshmen 'a close- game soft ball, school ground's monday. final score 9-8. meats lose breaks season wind-up dropped 4-2; hutton's homer ruled "mischka lost eeason sunday when defeated cleveland pennzoils 3-2. while better team against them. instance home run doyle hutton, hit deep field, nothing umpire hut-ton failed touch base. investigation showed base outside foul line instead proper position. official held verdict spite dislocation strong protests meats. al dobras pitching teammate archie bartlome, keeping hard hitting check. costly errors supporting staff enabled oil? two extra won earlier stages or unable overcome handicap succeeding innings. set meat's most successful. winning tri-cou"- ty championship spread name fame places northern ohio. accomplish did some teams both out, league. j30, puts quilte feather cap dlid littl retract laurels. six admitted holy society members membership holv st. joseph's church organization met monday evening. edwin delfing, rudolph puskey, francis golinski, frank capu-zinski, henry mcgarvey, richard aschenbach. hollo-we'en party committee appointed one soldafity. group include-? james doyle, john brown, herbert fuhrman, jerry aschenbach year boy starts long course 12 period study opened week spend next dozen years life preparing ror missionary work sacred heart mission house girard pa. lis bernard giedlinski, son mr. mrs. martin brookside drive. graduate parochial completing there june. august 20. parents sister, mies helen motored thursday spent day him. farm news around state articles real meat them o tfeek's feature section just humans gratified, merchants eight scores bargains l- c .. u ul uargains m typesj merchandise. you'll find listed th large special edition delivered your door. road advertisements inside pages convince yourself buy place shopping want save money. twenty-six houses combined these really exceptional values. vou ftni ovorv. hose paint at.prt4?i!li never lower, fact sales based. prices going up-some 'way up. enable residents till .... luc" ""us "eiore tms nappens tne men joined forces give public benefit saving may effected taking advantage sale. each advertisement includes specials, beiow even days retair price. ycu items carried mid- deprea-' sion you, homo ycur family purchasing town tied enough, decided, sale contrived needs, multiplied three satisified niimimum cost public. read page ad prefacing advertisements. should tisify double duty thru following week. lasts full urged early before exhausted. somewhere code ethics, more less governing newspaper fraternity, specified de'vertiseing matter subjects front istories. instance, however, ethics wrong big "n". after newspapers must cater de mands those demands justified setting asiide important matters emphasize important. mentioning story nature therefore considered proper. call attention picked random. here 'turn over ads. it'.s sure reading tilem reminded other things needed badly time. cold colder make provide fuel.there coal la issue. happens gene carr ! ambition burn wood either furnace room grate interested knowing buck saw for-9 8 cents. axe necessarv itemized price: ranging from? 1.19 ?1.93 where? ads tell you. supposing young man fall suit range. show go. wool hand tailored suits get pants additional outlay $3.50. take furniture another instance. undoubtedly families community neou furnishings kind dome. lamp annoyed dad "of tippy ways replaced $1.19. again, consider rug replace others um $1.00. look believe it. nearly every running low dishes. connection remark let complete certain nrominent store '.s sell- ing $14.95. 100!""' l" "uin- 1,,cv "u" "'j"' pieces included almost im- employed, extended cost. cheap la'off' hlrhwll!r ro" enough original $25 figures quoted certainly won't long. arrive tco late purchase console beautiful breakfast french ivory consisting 42 pieces. normally valued between $s.95 $10.95. choice $6.75 entire set. felt could'nt afford wash strenuous times. waiting such opportunity presents. hardware stores adver-tiseing electric washers. exhausting loll foolish rely longer fashioned scrub boards tubs. compare costs dribble foolishly result favor keep doing indefinitely. arc content oui-selves piquing curiosity-drawing themselves. whether garbage pail roof mention ads, note prices. then act. visit william harris wooster visited pansy wednesday. appoint seven compliance board fred powers, chairman am herst's nra committee, announced appointment form local committee. clyde donnelly, commander legion; paul mori, quarry superintendent; charles henry, representing stone cut-tres union; e. g. pietch, ralph reinhardt, strohmier, donald webb. investigate reports violations t'own. operation believed ma y follow plan established elyria. under written signed considered. elyria adoptel eliminate malicious unfounded complaints. might turned causing spenl pursuing rumors report any found-tion fact. said evening committee's purpose book hear reported violations. functions judicial nature. reveals case violated washington action federal fit take. meet main date near future. available information passed later hold seperate meetings, powers stated. man-killed auto hits tree stanley cook dies instantly crash; companion injured killed critically automobile accident friday morning. 21' telegraph leavit roads. hls companion, uonaiit aiauuii 26, south amherst, recover injuries hospital ho taken -following accident. tragedy occured about 7:-15 a. m. 1. mu.. n .1 l.nfl. k.irtn unci heaver i'ark. uooit wheel car skidded ditch struck tree. loose gravel curve blamed ac cident. dead mellon removed wreckage david brenncn driving nearby. ex-tricted considerable difficulty :i wreck. funeral services afternoon rev rickel officiating. burial elmwood cemetery appointments ed. moebius, president-elect legion auxiliary. moebius( 'appointments follows: sergeant-at-arms. anna krieg; color bearers, nellie willter, mettie holzhauer; publicity chairman, ken-deiig; historian, sarah towne; chaplain, mary brown. appointees together the- recently elected officers auxiliary ijegion installed county wide ceremony monday, 9. -will 2 p. rehearsal. a.h.s. cage opener tentative schedule basketball high open december there. containing 18 games arranged. dates open, authorities expect com plete arrangements opening season. cagers eaton 2. balance st dec. s- bellvue, 9- lorain, 15- olmstead falls, hers f6- clearvlew, 22- 23- oberlin, jan. 5- medina, 6- 12- vermilion, jan 13- huron, her9 19- wellington, 20- london, 26- so. 27- north olmplead, th'eig feb. 2- 10 feb 16- f'eb. 17- 24- mass meeting drys webber calls protest repeal amendment disciple dry cause lorain invited, thii judge r. webber, federation. webber's message "every perdon believes prohibition provision our constitution protection home;, rising generation voted constitution, fail attend convention auditorium die metho dist 7:30' ministers denominations trust dispense come al' tlio county. conventions state. thesj beiing yponsored w. t. u. organizations anti-saloon tho object arouse voters polls november election. person amendments thct relentlesrly assailed liquor respond call.. guest speaker eloquent dr. bame cf ashland, o. superintendents teachers urge attend. presidents attendance members. ever citizens ohio aroused sako well hour arrived." aged celebration third annual fouuder'b donor's celebrated elynia tuesday afternoon. bishop wllium f. mcdowell principal address b. ketchara d. gave welcome address. music furnished lasonlc quartet, accompanied walter hinkle, pianist, henri gilbert violinistj
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-10-05|
|Date of Original||1933-10-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-10-05 16 45|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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