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the amherst news-times sandstone center of world courai ' volume xvi., number 50 thursday, november 9, 1933 soits eems . toy alfred biggs new york -reading .the ie-j?ort .given "oefore senate stock market investigators at washlng-lon, xme -is .remindful certain words spoken nearly 2,000 years ago: "unto every one that hath shall be given; but from him ami, taken away .even which he .hath". many salaried man whose income is faithfully reported by his employers to internal revenue author- ,ties, and who has pay uttermost penny, will marvel same low insists upon taking "that whicli hath", permits captains finance "postpone" tax payments hundreds thousands dollars. unless in result these investigations law so amended as malce evasions tmpossble for rich well poor, whole vestlgatlng set-up washington no 'more than an insult ing gelsture american peo ple. - maxim litvnov, comssar eign soviet russia, here a fireside chat -with president roosevelt; formal official recognition government outcome. .effect, hundred twenty million americana extend right hand fellowship still greater russians. much good may come it. m. lltvlnov, presumably praise-worthy desire impress government, missed great op1-portunity making vast lm-preson peo-pl)e. on mner brought across atlantic engaged royal suite rooms. had elected steerage, or least less pre tentlous accomodations, us would have accepted it token equality. this respect, mahatma ghandi, unofficial representative population, was far wiser. when king england offered hospitality chofse rather live with poor people tho slums london. effect public opinion lived buckingham palace. we are living fast age changing opinon. few months ago any citizen inquiries nature details communistic idea dubbed "boshevik". hamilton fish other super-patriots were busy carrying persons seemng "communistic learnings. now, chief men bo invited talk personally air. scheduled speak carefully avoid all propaganda, event itself interesting instance abong those high place. present "the brat" nov. 22-23 benefit play sented community players player's second production season presented town hall novem ber empty stocking fund. t.he entertaining com! dy entitled maude .fulton. story street waif, brat, night court writer mod era fiction placed suddenly home refinement. her adven tures there while creating atmos phere .mac .forrester's book, time funny heart touching. proceeds glv en fund help provide toys food needy families thankegivlng christmas. tickets available members cast club. play, given thru spefcial arrangement longman's, green co. composed three acts them place forrester .home york. thei characters includes following: mrs. forrester, caroline kothe; macmillan, son, .robert stroh-mier; steve younger howard nalley; bishop ware, brother, george innes; wife, dorothea zilch; dorothy, their daughter, courance sausa-man; jane depew spinster, helen heck. angela sinythe, debutante, grace hubbard; timson, butler, william robertson; mar-got, maid, zlta lahiff; ruth zilch. b. d. sausa- directing. produced movies sally o'neil title role stage edmund lowe lewis stone cast. technical staff sentation norwood hearn, business manager; richard draves, mianager; innes pub licity manager. sold honor ed either night. red cross poster appeals for. ex-missionary gives address habits characteristics chinese missionary work undertaken described clarence n. hamilton, returned she spoke first evan gelical church sunday. wife dr. c. professor philosophy religion mis sions, oberlin college. couple spent 25 china where profes sor university nanking, hamilton's part program observance foreign day church. wesleyan club holds meeting vernon w. wagar addressed recently organized methodist chuch group met wednesday evening. app'otnt-de superintendent norwalk district. burning bush." features included baritone solo cox, amherst, sev eral violin selections james meyers, vermilion musician. oct. 11 mr. i. g. maxwell, john egeland president, charlotte zilch, vice president; miss lulah walter, secretary; treasurer. 'charter include leonard wragg, earl sweet, p. a. becker, rev. r. jensen, j. bauer, egeland, walker don bryant, stevenson poems appear news drive openedmonday twenty-one appointed canvass been henry williams chairman, chapter's annual roll call. appointees are. cis follows: fred powers, school; sam clinton jackson, ho-grefe, misses mildred robert cromwell, e. eg-land, walter schultz, kaser, thomas bruce, mckenzle. f. eastman, harry williams, newberger pietch, strauss, maxwell. ruby gill, francis tlsdalo. dellefield charge line road campaign opened monday morning. workers fair degree success consider conditions hopeful oi reaching goal next monday. evening report williams' make reports social hour follow bus iness meeting. stiwald wins mayoralty race cl0sec0n1 est defeats cooper 63 votes; kuss post democrats council majority bauer wragg board education armistice speaker explain war mystery oorlpa nt nnpm hv franklin lee stevenson, "vagabond poet" times starting issue whio run form advertising over conrad zilch's signature, they very reading represent some best poetry extant. author known lovers literature radio fans. broadcasted extended period station wfdf flint, michigan, poet's jaome. feature best, ever attracted wide attention. born little sturgeon, wisconsin april 23, 1889. following several newspaper wok counsellor technique illinois society press writers. addition served chicago writers yenrs journalism d pau university, chlcagp. works "little bits loveliness", during late unpleasantness germany city paris bombarded explo sives apparently dropping out clear sky. long allied forces completely sea knew shells came enemy guns could ex plain how possible german lines miles more away. damage re sulted .bombardment u affecting french morale secret service ordered ferret cost. americans understands "big bertha" germans used major wen- sincer ashland. singer, made special study gigan tic weapon the' explanation its construction up considerable here. wenslnger most complete exhibitions relics country. carries lecture tours wnere thev never fail invfte deal interest. pistols, bayonets, guns, gas masks, anti tank incen diary shells, helmets, iron crosses buttons, insignia host items too numerous tion. ot legion progress trophies "kara- erad" pistol. scru pulous teutons said carried sleeves inconspicuous after surrendering pleasant custom shoot captors back weapon. casulties, sulting fom practice al lied soldiers generally searched prisoners if search disclosed pis tols offending "hlenie" roughly handled. major's appearance pro gram sponsored schools legion. held school auditorium friday drills music pupils address. legionalres reporting marked membership drive. third entire reached last week officers expect total reach 20 before pres ent over. weeks goal. active end ahead. go body participation program. asked meat 7 sunday morning at-t e ri st. peter's evangelical hear schmidt.- meet 10 purpose. delegation rev f.. hunter's church, cleveland, leaving 5:45 plans completed dairy county milk producers wellington school, announced extension agent, grange thursday 16. four meetings z6, december i, 14, january 4, l. blackman, ohio state uni versity specialist instructions ings. committee consists mc-connell, mohns, lawrence betts, swan-ger. interested farmers county, ington ibecauso 13 produc area county. large crowd chmchfestival 700 attend reformation services afternoon approximately persons, representing churches elyria, lorain attended joint festival auditorium. meet-ng also 450th anniversary birth martin luther. h. bartels, east cleveland pastor, delivered principal speaking application lutheran ideals modern life history luther, founder traced. singing congregation, orchestra frank krugman children's mass chorus, under direction schroeder, rendered two numbers. schumm, pastor invocation henrv abram, read scripture lesson. portions loose, zion lorain, arthur john's elyria. m'gazine not ap'ear forced discontinue because lack o. exams examination admittance civilian conservation corps gray's armory 27, according communiction receved nabakowski. want ad sell weekly m.agazine supplement issued paper past months, discontinued issue. word publishers received week. published co-operatively northern papers. venture strictly experiment. tremendous cost publishing magazine .be receipts advertising, forthcoming financial burden. letter ceived company announc discontinuance tne magazine: our sad duty advise you owing adver tising patronage, wo compelled forthwith publication weekly. financing un dertaking proved heavy drain funds. wafs re-elected mayor margin 03 ballots heaviest votes municipal election years. stiwald, democrat, defeated cooper, republican nominee, 695-632. electing candidate substantial elevated office. mcqueen finnegan only republicans gain .berths. schaeffer, kane sucessful democratic contenders. sclraeffer re-elected. councilvnanic vote lahiff, 589; 698; kane, '657; powers. 656; 623; albert menz, 474; tom finnegan, 634; alex cameron, 581; august dute, 394; mcqueen, 699; hasenplug, 547; good, 592. charles miller retained village clerk beating 666-585. allie treas urer largest ni contests. polled s48 opponents 413. tolhurst led t'.c'.i balloting affairs witli 079 votes. wragg,' contender, 645 609. both reelected. six candidates ticket, competing board. unsuccessful contenders battenhouse, elmer baker miller. wragg. cox 749 525 60s. contests keenly contested cent eight candi dates altogether-three incumbents. township races provided upsets among trustees. lous merclhant, edward brucker eastman majorities. merchant 1105 votes, .leading field. drew bulk village. 920 975. moebius, clerk, office against koch almost 2 1 margin. moebius' 924 koch's 5s5. werner amherst's field, member education. serve mason davidson. 3653, placing balloting. mays marshall named constable white coverdale. com-limentary 840 marshall. artist pencil sketches celebrities appearing drug store, windows willfam oskim. oskim-is resident am herst former stated last; unemployed hoping money salo sketches. drawings attention favori able comment. m
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1933-11-09|
|Date of Original||1933-11-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1933-11-09 16 50|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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