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3s the amherst news- wioox)orivuvoedme xvi, number 8 "thursday, january ib, 1934 sandstone center of world a si i ! r ,4 so it s eems by alfred biggs new york those who were expecting from .president's mes-cage at convening o 73rd congress to .see .which way economic cat will .jump disappointed. .prophets good-tor-tune and disaster continue their conflicting .forecasts until, last, one ,he .able .to say other: "i told;y.au.so'..'..why did president nut disclose definitely his untimate 'intentions? in all probality he doesn't; iknow. beyond detrminathxn raise price level institute planned economy, as indicated deal, said nroth'ingidn' opening address congress. still stands clear entangling commitments may be liberty act with sudd-en swiftness meet unforeseen 'emergenfcies. m japan is avowedly not. christ-. ian nation, hut jn her ruthless . trampling upon .submerged peoples .she has .earmarks : christian people. attitude ,,her statesmen this time toward russia identical .the atti-.tude .guiding destinies great .european ..nations. "shall we try smash before they'xe strongenough beat us ofi 2" js niicsiion around which present ..japanese , policies revolve. tjiat russians have no idea -whatsoever attacking japanese now cor any xtime doesn't enter .into picture set up our brown toothers- across pacific. we, .in united states, v?a-.izing that ccuul .take philippines they.fcel .inclined are planning big mc,g-nanlmoub gesture let .islands ;have independence. that-.wul an astpte move, for then tegrity. -will 'be-(come moral responsibitly .england france well .united states. cer-itajnly would hesitate challenge .that trio nations. if they want tliey had bettet find ,an .excuse itake them clos.e .their eye fact .last nickle these states .be spent long war .drive ,tbe.m out gtiln. seems paradoxical only grat nation proposed loomplete .disarmament itself other nations cine outlawed religion -of prince p e c e. tiie chni'c.hes greek catholics been turned into museums n d lodging houses. government u. s. 13. r. doing its best wipe cut forms ceremonies associated organized religion. but heads soviet far too wise believe can stamp man's belief "benign all-pervading force controls ills destiny -will, end, lead him morass igreed, .'gnorance stupidity. sense, generally mani-: .fested through religion, there ar today many signs consciousness awakening true religious faith. udoubtedly midst revolution, few realize it. mr. roosevelt blandly etated national debt next year going reach nearly thir ty thousand million dollars. three times much tol tal stock money total (stock treasury holds dollars gold bullion. getting astonomical figures immensity almost human comprehension. ridiculous; therefore unreal. requirements humanity rapidly growing measuring power money. on yard-stick. postpone meeting w. c. t. u., scheduled originally week thursday, postponed 2th, afthe home ol mrs. metta norton, cemetery plans bef0reg0uncil beautify both ..burial grounds villa goe improvements crown hill cem-etary received considerable attention village council jalt tues day -night. plat was displayed showed .improvements being cwa project, details plan were. explained thetxouncilmen. tluvplan includes beautlflca-tion horn memorial steps grass plot, another leading higher 61 cemetary. jplan dependent, however, consent owners mamorial. carried it-will done thcoouncll paying thetcost materal used, while labor belaid federal government. also cleveland street cemetary, two representatives cemetary trustees appeared explain plans- too, concent lot secured work proceed. removal uf curbing leveling off ground. some cagessjiead stones vttil need jii-wcrexl. wore advised solicitor ,tail sufficient authority make rules governing petition forithe annexation: henry st, bearing enly signatures preant-ed. smythe rulled thatithe nmsthave four circulator asked tro secure anowier eotmdfl, could tthe .master. attend tho president's hull report increase veteran (quota 'the quota veterans itsivilian conservation '..corps ita'en increased ad vetemns wish ing enlist servt-e should see ohicere elmer johnson post, american region, according word wegk. local" legionaires ihold regular tomorrow (friday) night, lollowed iby social hour. pastor talk ladies "the spiritual awakening" ho topic rev. sch'imdt (thursday) women's union st. peter's evangelical church. hostesses are: schmidt, rudoplh sabiers, barabra slumska, william m'ischka, weigend, charles sabiers. stage vaudeville school paper show, featuring departments school, staged wednesday evening, february 7th high auditorium. wi'l under direction miss murray, faculty advisor record, paper, benefit record. alumni, faculty, board education, part show. murray unusual talent shows character evening promises splendid entertainment atend. correction last week's story concerning testimony tax payer's suit enjoin proceeding purcase engine fairbanks-morse co. erronously stated daily wage lahmf $3.45 day. lahiff told newspaper pay sixty-two half cents just humans "how's your father, dear?' "not good!" "that's bad!" "yes, he. doesn'i much. defeat lorain game hardwares forced play hard "visitors hugh ..gtgai'voy receiving unexpected opposition waldorfs, fight bacjcs wall quarter ,they finally eked 17 16 victory .night local fivm. making first start current season, proved team .reckoned race or county title. jlorain took 5 4 end jiar.ter .hardwares tied score time. tlig locals put biggest spurt 4'f take 14-1d lead, imt final rally ow 1 14 stark regained wth pretty pot shot. vsis further scoring. five minutes, teams raced down floor, having ball tlieir jiosession other. mitoch missed foul the- whistle blew. warn minor law sheriff burly man. armed, wearing star, car-tying chip shoulder hoping someone wij.1 nerve enough knock excuse do something. watching every little violation assert constitutional authority, ready "bawling you out" whenever given opportunity. when kind description fitted sheriff, perhaps days open west. certainly does not seem fit county. clarence dick deputies more human. get away violations, method dealing such instances deferent. always look-out violations yet isn't case where ffnd governed personal feeling huskinees authority. illustrate deputy sheriff's office narrowly averted smash-up careless driver backing driveway road gene carr oc tried lick cop! committees 'committee appointments announced mayor stiwald tuesday night. cuuncilmen kane schaefer appointed ordinance committee; finnegan powers committee, '.finance mcqueen egeland sidewalk light ; sewer drainage; anil town hall jail "and park' committee seek free water comfort room effort made -the the' 'water works company, leatt lower rate, used station. place costs between $12.00 $16.00 quarter. counciltnen pointtd company about $1800 fire hydrants, felt receive rate pointed reduced hydrant charge $2230 $1800. look traffic approaching. stopped, drivei danger firmly, kindly. later called thanked h'im manner acted. don't impresjion arrests putting violators jail. records show otherwise. arrest warning fails. sheriffs show' $6,5g3.00 fines assessed result made. method, finds motorist head wariied, name taken checked ueen.se numhor. card stating headlights repaired. thlk must signed mailed back within days. returned warrent eworn arrested. cases cards kept second occurs well, tell judge. formulated organizations send monday night meeting; hold tonight; held gymnasium towns throughout holding celebrate birthday 30th counted among them. entitled feel staging event, formation plans. initiated eagles, invited part, eagle's represented night's were: legion, public p. a., parochial a, ladies' auxiliary eagles firemen, news-times, k. o. m. church societies split sodality holy group divided senior-junior soldality joseph's groups early week. older society hereafter known immaculate conception, younger group, bernadetto society. james eichen, church, addressed joint meeting. eileen elected cf conception officers marie franklin, vice president; eleanor baun, secretary treasurer. cecelia schmldtz chosen - mary lahiff, president: anne hoyber, richard krutch, themselves groups, junior venior divisions senior bo headed chairman; adtjbert young, carlton bodmann, adam drozdowski chairman joseph abraham, chairman;, mc-cann, seerejary tin talking weather simplestt avoid argument. rule unpleasant duties. piece property sold order court occupants vacate sixty shenll usually gives full period even goes extent hunting biiitable stay. seeks aid township trustees. means moving belongings, won't takes truck movers. summer call young man lying beside near copopa. sent found completely exhausted. walked distance hot sun. deceived medical nurlshment way. expense charges against family quarrels ast peacemaker end. occurences, routine (continued page 2) because thoir meet'ngs month already held, thev unable action invitation. lako expected tonight (in hall. house gymnasium. largest available town, capacity crowd expected. hundred tickets sold. general admission 25 person, patron's $1.00 each. profits willi warm springs infantile paralysis foundation, organization founded study dreaded disease, cure possible, give information preventives. purpose worthy warrant contribution receive, than money's worth entertainment. enters tainment dance following, definite form entirely., talent. event v. baker, clayton sprtf.nger, secretary;, joe wesbecher, arc: u b c-i t y. george h. frank; ticket; art: baur; entertainment, bud hearn:-dance, tom bruce, jack bruce a. j. becker; cards, sam wragg. fred coverdale; reception,. sch'hier, frank-bark, ed moebius; order, phill braun; chairs, bill: raesler. department fought fires responded 1g calls during year, chief g. stiwald. eight village, township. pays $500 use whenev er called. estimate losses made, estimated hy $1,070, value building which, occured placed $17,510.00. residences, barn, auto, smoke fire. former editor secretary; don. webb, commission starlet complaints, -was ' strength 'federal instructions civil administrations. job plenty headn nches connection but"5 i'm glad got it," webb wrote
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-01-18|
|Date of Original||1934-01-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-01-18 16 8|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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