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the amherst news-times wwii j r wi our mm volume xvi, so it seems by alfred biggs new york: a .movement of national importance is now starling to decide whether we again go after foreign trade through removal such obstructions .as abnormally high tariffs. in other worda shall put .hands clock back .point which started world war? beyond doubt, when all camouflage i removed,, war was no more or less than struggle for commercial supremacy. every industrialized nation striving sell its surplus products lo nations and they got into fight over it. how long will be -before realized that can use consume this country practically make grow? present economic set-up, functions part absolete money-price system, prevents from getting hands millions who want them them. unless remedy obviously stupid condition compelled foist unused upon nations. this, time, develop crop gold star mothers. course, column as ,only spots indicated. there must always certain amount trade, desirable. represents an exchange between goods natural are really needed nations, definite step toward amity taken. cannot taken until eyes unveiled permit us see purblind slavery king gold. wobbling on his throne. prime minister, secretary treasury, reported have said. "i doubt if anyone sufficiently wise tell whatthe future money policy be, because haven't had enough experience." without harping 'at mr. morgenthau, capable man, he might reminded words another great hebrew who, writing two thousand years ago friend timothy, said: "the love root evil." surely experience suffering humanity should convince any man. however, coterie advisors congratulated moves right direction. control credit private bankers has been shaken. eventually pa3s government. interesting government unrestrained people their destiny owri constituted authority nearer realization. but few grasp what battle being fought against diabolically organized forces backbone existence. scientific medical men published recent book experiences tour soviet russia. "red medicine" eye-opener those swayed ill-fated rumors terrible doings country. report russia only preventive curative care woman child land. perhaps, too shaken off shackles gold, able follow example and, at same arrange matters not one hungry undernourished fair these lines written comes air detailed fifteen round fist miami heavyweight championship world. lesson learned marvelous test endurance profit reminder careful living; eating, drinking, resting working hope sustain physical health. tens thousands fans visiting florida exibltion realize expenditure time vlil vain. number 15 engineer finds plant adequate sewage "treated 1933 due drop rainfall serve disposal deemed town 4,000 people, about 1150 population village, james collier, supervisor employed village general tests condition. collier also found operator charles mathes, et-liciently fullfilling duties. duties executed ef-ticlently with satisfactory results. co-operation large degree responsible lor excellent operation accomplishments 1933," said report. covers nine typewritten pages descrldes tnu construction lii detail besides covering opeiation anti plant. made especial note el .the fact trsated during previous year, last year first snow interruption continued annual increase treated. decrease attributed trom year. 1933, 88,343, 225 gal-the placed 2 1.i' ions ot treated, witn inches. 1032, 94, 507, 3g0 gallons .were 33.27 inches-. calls attention strickiy sanitary type. grit removing chamber provided necessary imhoff tanks properly sate-guarcted deposit heavy iudigest-abie material swept .plant storm flushes. "up mishap circumvented vigilance attendant whose duty hushes rush bypass flushes," says. advises revise system elude ap. .eciable amounts stoim wi. jv, or, preferably, con.pensut- inclusion ex-of wat sewers unu. survey makes complaints existance were 1933. suggests erection concrete walls stop gradual falling away sidewall drying bed. suggestion dried sludge "a small grinder could installed grouid sacked users. numerous places where done demand exceeds supply 1 cent per pound quantities discounts larger users crude product. although success sale would depend proper advertising effort well spent product satisfied. digested free weed seed does emit objection odors," total treated represented average 271, 825 day, 95 capita day. masons hold dinner tuesday six a'clock pre-, ceed regular meting stone-ington lodge, masons, next night. b? followed entertainment speaker. wishing attend must, secure tickets advance committee consisting of: conrad zilch, ferd heuser, john ehlert, norwood hearn c. j. ehrman. thursday, march,8, 41934 ,just humans "1 know cop me take -council breifs-- council night discussed possibility assistant attendant, event illness action , residents henry st. told willing withdraw petition accep- tance street ' get water gas facilities solicitor smythe asked grant request. decided better fence comets play auk en t tonigftt canal fulton second game tournament (by hugh mcgarvey) fourth won district tonight. opens tonight brown-helm meeting mcdonald. am herst plays game, while liberty rittman meet final game. john's pre-tourney favorites, separate brackets tournament. locals win winner ritt-man-libertyy appears likely past opponents victor th lowell-ville-coventry lecessaiy three games columbus green much tough competition keep up splendid teamwork week win. brownhelm, county entrant, firs, pelnty trouble waynesburg. school children given skin tuberculosis 15s fitst sixth grades south dr. h". r. o'brien, health commissioner. ho gaven92 joseph's campaign conducted health-authorities. readings today (thursday). o'brien give remaining soufn wuobo parents nave inaicatea willingness made. gene carr you, heart, kid!" top newly built wall spring. climbing endangering them- selves. w. a. improvements came discussion deciding push wid- ening approach crown hill cemetery. relief office co-operate molect work ves- terday wants adopt liquor ordinance selling within limits. study state code ordinances municipalities then draw giving matter laws permit. possible arrest violators under local fines going treasury instead treasury. werner zilch instructed grade east ave. honor'd pastjhiefs party honor pythian sisters chiefs' club members honored special home mrs. v. g. shaeler, north main street, monday guests .mrs. n. f. foster, recently celebrate her 79th birthday, schaefer, 75th birthday just passed. gifts, shoulder corsage pink sweet peas greenery, shower handkerchiefs, presented each. kreeger, president club, charge program, consisted piano solo mrs, e. pietch; outline activities tho miss el-inore ruth, chief temple, read original poem many happy returns making gift presentations. rhyme-writing contest al-o feature raes- ler winning. tables set 40 guests. charter seated table decorated cakes, decorations tall lighted tapers appoint ments pink. daughters dorcas class evangelical church met evening ruth hermann (business social meeting. refreshments v sandstone s. employ women project list employment sewing soon civil works service, announced wednesday. .be length definitely known. beginning tomorrow morning continuing saturday american legion conduct house-to-house canvass old clothing. clothing may condition, still servicablo renovated used, longer serviceable torn apart used garments, gardless housewives gather together clothing, re-it ready call. basement public library. hardwares coaches strong toledo team appear here management hardware tea'm booking crimson coaches, country's best professional teams. seven years, played basketball league, red men, paying $23,000 shows traces 1930 season. disease com-1 dose somewhere ef-posed both na- fort find out tional league players, head- lie it, secondly, ed len shepard, former cleve-,a warning land rosenblum wayne order star, cured. stat? union. common adult squad yowst, react unfavorably forward center. hub-1 ail bard, veteran for-1 come contact ward, jacobs, several times guard, captain "pep" koeh-, unable kill effects ler, pittsburg morry personal insistence. same' ever visit court contacts reaction case wiil opportunity warning, seeing action, doctors detect playing style basket- early patient submits ball. examination, amherst, living cure dis-teani history represent ease reasonable town, toled- " oans tom available everyone. kinncsan secured tha heing child-services al dornkott jack.ren teanv, favorite knit stars, consen.t, others above . big hit below age wquld weok's jerry gormley doyle hutton returned friday thus guild, yarsa, gleason, menz complete lire-up, season tills sections strongest toss-up elmer johnson post, legion, founding thursday night, march 15th, joint auxiliary. families organizations invited. founded paris. united states return soldiers spread "united states. k. p. hall begin tureen dinner. each mem'ber drama class, which, parts bring covered dish carl doiner, sandwiches. marjorie plato, geoffrey monger leonard wilson. altar society meets record staff .latin alter rosary program. held hour committee.-monday evening. harold wednesday fta brown business, call hero session, month amherst' center male t. b. death rate h. says cured stages twenty-one female deaths 10 directly tuberculosis, d. r: business men's association monthly anil five period, township outside 14 deaths. "on basis 100,000 population, say here, one-half died tuberculosis," entire lorain percentage 46.4 omitting fell 39. peculiar situation deaths, doctor group. throughout balance nearly even an'd female. stressed detecting stages. "after its" advanced stage little doctor, nurse authorities do .patient. cured." ( men. children. gave reasons: requested. program groups "extra-curricular" learning students doing hours. known "extra- currincular" part. include numbers schooi orchestra; student council; songs toys glee "my spanish guitar," "all night," saw sammy." girls' present, "when. "over fields clover." one-act
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1934-03-08|
|Date of Original||1934-03-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1934-03-08 16 15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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