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the amherst news-times 4 wi o w ivuhvolume xvi, soits eems by alfred biggs new york :- in austria ;the "cur tain has been rung down at v' close of one minor scene world drama today. desperate resistance of' socialists t workers was no avail against ".the tetter-armed foitces oof qua-si-faclst government, but play-will go on. there are many more scenes to be enacted before order can restored that distressed and restless part europe. what wo -witnessing today is inevitable sequal '.unjust stupid treaty versailles. it would have far "better arranged a fair honorable peace. wflson agreeable this, !he over-ruled try vindictive wily statesmen representing our allies. socialist -workers fof made great headway towards happier conditions living. their ikarl marx haff oncof residential wonders world. vast structure were enjoying life spacious sun-lit apartments rental around three .dollars month. they had community flower gardens, play bardetos for tthe children, turkish baths swimming pools. comforts unknown united states. this multiple residence operated cost plus normal depreciation. place; forerunner be. now shambles, torn pieces artillery fire theirs wives stained with blood children. conflicting passions opposing factions politics not restricted any .country germany lid temporarily clamped on seething volcano ,by hitler. spain, socialists, syndicalists communists each other's throats. france, emotions parties burst into flame vicious street fighting. .group nations created versailles itching express self-determination murding other. talk sending combined english, french italian army restore order. pretty safe say .that english government which seriously proposes take such move will tlirown its ear. troubles enough without going central europe more. so vre. spates blind man could see trend events. having innumerable industrial codes under nra,' taken all gold away from federal reserve banks aad appropriated own use; laid stringent laws regulations stock exchange, rooseyelt cancels private airmail contracts takes over air-mail service. eventually wim completely control .transportation major industries country. provided course time eliminate grafting politicians administrators, prospect alarming. for, after all, .the expressed people? beyond question building up armamentjs brings vork ito thousands workers. is, however, lasting accretion wealth nation work. war paraphernalia out-of-date obsolete almost as soon completed. country telies upon work cure economic distress makes progress than dog chasing tail. yet, other band, when do something really constructive, karl hoff vienna, then comes along knocks down. wonder george bernard shaw said old earth ours lunatic asylum tho solar system. number 13 council debates changejn lights discuss modernizing f white way system tuesday night whether change lighting busiriess section village considerable discussion among council-men last night. proposed modernize create savings reducing burning rail .night. estimated about $200 year current consumption. replace present three-light single lights, aharcge wiring make possible ,to turn out every light .-after midnight. 60-watt bulbs cross arms, 100-watt tops. 250-watt bulb .top. standards kept, tops put on, 'jiew, efficient glass- ware. i w. strauss, con- aunmg "tjiibiueer, lestimatea mat globes waste 'about 40 per cent light. councilmen weren't entirely satisfied .proposed plan investi-gate matter fully decide. if vere approximately $4,5l)0, large paid cwa funds making town .make very greatly reduced cost. considered experts, several liking even .antique. string symphony appear here lorain players high dramatic club wesleyan program and, act features th next public meeting wesle; m. e. church, wednesday, march 14th. announced saturday evening home mr. mrs. c p. zilch. musical pro'gr.am, staged members school class. entitled, "the marraigo proposal," written russ-'an dramatist chekoz. j. b. egeland, who president club, following appointments meeting: 'ushers earl sweet, peter becker, don bryant; reception, r. c. jenkins, miss carolyn guild; refreshments, i. g. may wall leonard wragg. serve breakfast easter sunrise service epworth league invited guests. also tms reservation. rose chosen flower, red picked colors. business session the. entertained hearts, honors maxwell consolation becker rev. jensen. hearn return his former position charles hearn, owner hearn's station clever-land ave., foreman western automatic monday. continue conduct station, claude miller cahl attendants. thursday, february 22, 1934 just humans "has your husband or clothes?" "yes, an' they're him!" pythians observe 60th anniversary knights sisters join celebrating event monday pythian celebrated joint tureen dinner entertainment evening. 80 people present. feature decorations placing table triangular form em'blem lodge. during hour an orchestra, composed roy ben schaefer, james abraham, robert schultzf ehrman, fleck-ner, entertained. evening's toastmastor arthur kolbe. louis moebius, oldest lodgo present, gave short talk. sam wragg, franklin "moebius, elinore ruth, bert monger, eastman alvin heller talks. given turner abraham duet; clarence gerber, hill-billy songs; piano saxa-phone duet, ruth fleckner. special group singing parodies pertaining popular tunes. cards "hancing filled balance modern dances had, lester weichel calling fashioned dances. music furnished kap-tivators. committee consisted of: heller, l. henes, wallace schult-beiss, edward mrs." katherlne kolbe schaefer. another thing starting easier cold morning window device pull bed room windows. hardwares castalia tonite meet merchmnts tonight (thursday) local gym main game washington birthday carnival. won state scholastic championship two years ago columbus, same squad year. defeated keller news norwalk, house david. mix, lavery, michel, a. wernenhelft, carbler, o. weiden-helft. mltchel all-state center columbus tournament. give radio baby grand philco radio, display hardware, bo by. gene carr health board start drive higher t. death rate get attention focal point county began tuberculosis f'ive additional nurses clerks added staff assist wages project. employed drive. helen hoy her duties nurse, 'and mrs, loretta newherger, clerk. week dr. h. o'brien, physician, spoke parocial schools here, south amherst. he explained disease told how might detected, care patient sliouhl receive. o'buien times rest county, reason beginning section. why should larger tubercular say, recalled 'that due employment stone quarries. said, disputed test university professors some time- ago, hopes campaign clear issue. cases visited nurse working with: family physician. branch out, aim discover early possible. "it anticipated only few "will need sanatorium care, majority cared physician," o'brien. editor asws word "ourself". sure thing. we used ourself. holder lucky ticket game. drawing between halves winning must drawing. tickets past basketball games hardware store honored second prize dollar neck tie glveu brown haberdashery. good prliminary preliminary waldorf lagers elyria hi-speeds. both these teams class outfits prove thriller hi-speeds nosed lads 30-31 spore recently. sandstone register again off lay-off, those previously off, re-register active list national ue-employment office. registrations accepted re-employment office located southwestern waiting city hall, daily 8:30 12:00 except saturday. promise action tournament night; eight friday (by hugh mcgarvey) big season, eagerly await, hand. got underway played. hit peak f'riday scheduled. powers changing style first six" standing wellington upper bracket, while lower bracket. believe men charge praised arrangement evenly balanced insure strongest representatives sectional tourney. years, weaker eliminated round lopsided scores, dull. then, too, sometimes tail-enders upset leaders, fall themselves round. clearview's blue quintet seem toughest job team opening rldgeville winner amherst-eaton meets henrietta tackles brown-helm. beat eaton little difficulty wellington. although 'edge season records, clearview, winners. plenty semi finals. meet, -they matched. four triumph participate held clearview w.eek. played brownhelm avon; grafton columbia; belden penfield. losers further avon, avon-brownhelm play-off determine henrietta. schedule division 3:00 amherst-wel- lington. , 4:00 vs brownhelm. 8:00 9:00 clearview-ridgeville. division' 1:00 lagrange belden. 2:00 brighton avon. 6:00 camden. 7:00 avon lake-brookside. doyle hutton thurs. hutton, traveling olson's terrible swedes, week's rest. joined swedes novem ber 23rd, champions. participated 93 playing position. rejoin east uniform castalla-hardware (thursday). seek reversal webberjecision village, seeks save attorneys' fees case common pleas judge webber's decision recent effort shift burden paying plaintiff's attorney fees, solicitor smytho might. application approval amounted $3,200 attorneys gladys schroeder brought suit. smythe statues attar-no's' loser. amount approved trial reduce thinks exorbitant. trying court appeals forms evidence admissable: transcript introduced judges appeal read fairness judge's decision; or, hearing witnesses over. ot using less because involved. method finished probably days, require least week, council. deci sion 'is costs there, including court, assessed village. advantage appealing escape payment attorneys1 small comparison gamble worth while. councilman kane schaefer dissatisfaction testimony saying felt bsen permitted explain answers fully, wrong impression. advised harold burton associate bs conducted made. hopeful use hurry' matter. oaatwofl31 oth legionaires hear fr. collins elmer johnson post, american legion, heard collins, chaplain legion activities .last stressed crippled child movement district sponsoring. pastor immaculate conception church grafton. served terms prior election chaplain. serving term voted hold u dance easter. refreshments seivud hosts, clyde nelly. orval campbell clar ence kern ii hosts meetings legion. guilting bee horn hostess quilting homo afternoon. shat-tuck, raymond bechtel, john parker baird served.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-02-22|
|Date of Original||1934-02-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-02-22 16 13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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