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the amherst news-times mr. a 1. mimii . volume xvii, ws do cur part our washington: news letter .washington, march 6 this week marks beginning of third year for tile. new deal. in ahnir iha vtnlf-wnv mark mnn- ay, sanguine spokesmen dmlnlatrnmnti hatprt manv al afrd fanciful achievements and endeavored to chart future. non-partisan observers concur belief that rough uncertain seas are directly ahead helmsman white house. contributing tribulation is an unruly senate sullen house representatives re-fleeting out-cropping inherent jealousies between executive legislative branches federal government. result jam with public works relief bill one key-logs. exception or dubious victory gold cases, judiciary, by adverse rulings, had added more handicaps dealers their economic ideas. impasse congress has readied point where presidential counsellors advocate tak-'ing appeal th citizens via press air waves which heretofore provided roove-velt trump card whipping belligerent into line. peeling runs soi high at capitol law-makers have assumed "i dare you" attitude. roosevelt bad indicated he will attempt bargain before resorting such drastic tactics. administration conducting private inquiry determine how much. industry intends spend during current year. early reports indicate business unwilling commit itself defin- jll .. .it 1 j 4 far government going direct) competition with! enterprise controls as higher taxes. incorporations business, limitation on profits, banking policies other attacks on. present system labor. f chief been told uncertainty paralyzing effect recovery. industrial leaders lisim risks so great step picture extreme regulatory measures invest-ars steering clear putting money projects capital needed. sentiment accounts wish would perform its major chore's close up shop contribution development confidence. it may interest average citizen remote from official washington know huey long's growing prestige rebellious groups nothing than his ability capitlize "fear". having little lose and'miuch gain disregard rules ordinary proprieties stormy petrel louisiana heyday burr uv der saddle thle colleagues! who shunned tho noisy newcomer avail themselves fearlessness (in speech) outlet grievances which, they not express. but huanting fear reprisals confined senate. finance froth fume radical proposals threatening all talking private. refuse take stand congressional hearings because tihey say, "it wise stick out your neck time". enemies power gloat "riding bigl nusmess ragged. jueaawnue long others less spectacular rant rave heart's content. 160 graduate ohio state class ico be graduated university's winter quarter convocation dean william mcpherson, school, speaker. following graduation exercises, localstudents home day vacation opening spring quarter, 26'" number 15 xmas seal sale gains 23 per cent sales christmas seals was reported l. b. hlndman, secretary lorain county tuberculosis health association, report issued week. entire first complete since last december. showed largest any community county. there over previous 133 cent. 1933 amounted $dg,24, while jumped $224.43. grafton came second next gain. 100 cent, jumping $14.80 $29.90 1934. capita oberlin leads county, 10.7 cents each man, woman child town. bonds undertaken connection time several years, quite successful, hlndman. eighteen parent-teacher associations bought well individuals firms. total $2,835.78, compared $2,305.40 1933, amount $530.32. these figures include receipts bonds. m r. hlndman expressed hope further might still received people sent them. association hopes late bring $3,000 figure. support school band men no longer sponsor own, cooperate make larger better band, according action taken meeting monday nigh. question the' supt. fred powers, outlined experiences. said did want compete town talent, should composed players both school. few were beyond years hopeful get also. powers suggested tee -would appointed arrange events available decoration day, occasions, also bo special activities hoped com plete 25 mora pieces powor's suggestion met instant favor voted turn uniforms own jointly village, schooi use band. stage quilt show near future women invited exhibit quilts havo made. prizes awarded prize winning quilts. conrad zilch lee menz spoke progress being made modernization campaign urged every man encourage movement. kilmer services held tuesday funeral casslus m. kilmar, 79, died jackson st., sunday afternoon, afternoon methodist church rev. c. jensen officiating. kilmar born ken-delgh's corners been, resident past 38 years. survived widow, dessie, nephew, clinton south amherst. sewing session ladles st. joseph's parish today (thursday) hall session. mrs. caroline kelch, 'mary brucker, nettle ludwlg hostesses. weak narrow bridges highway i i' :v'j..-, ' si ',?;: v&b pin map shows some 2,000 inadequate serve safely traffic operating legally state's highways. check bridge conditions kept department highways guide planning improvements, good necessary adequate efficient roads. children operetta about 175 five grades presentation "the merry land magic", given friday evening, 3rd. fairy tale, set music, three acts. cast process choosing. under direction miss dorothy jones, musical director, assisted misa emma dreshler, margaret gaehr "viola keenan. florence bod-mann accompanist, alyce neiding, thelma bond pandy charge scenery, effie smith, edna beller ehnman costumes. illustrated lecture p. t. a. f. e. eastman monthly night. features program violin solo bremer, accompanied mary manion koslnskl, numbers; entertainment committee balance program. ruth zilch, soon become bride earle kane, honored guest two functions choir evangelical her thursday night, nelson lakewood, george cox, student bluff ton college, parents week-end. schubert, leavitt rd., suffered heart attack son, mervin telegraph morning. she reached bottom stairs found unconscious daughter-in-law. boose preached sanatorium topic. "christ aa all." amherst, brownhelm, joined social gathering congregational wednesday afternoon. schulz entertained members aid society paul's lutheran women's missionary endeavor meet (thusrday) thursday, 7, 1935 mm ! receive funds schools $14,281.40 share distribution gasoline tax tax, reported. basis daily atendance $2 paid student, $1 fromth e gasjpline tax. payment, $1,574; clearview rural largest. $1,396; wellington. third. $1,296. payments $1000. pleasantview smallest $35.80. amounts districts are: avon $512; lake, $770; grafton, $490; lagrange, $589.60; sheffield $432; s. $822; township, $06; brighton $352; brownhelm $418; camden $382; carlisle $218; columbia $572; east rural, $518; eaton $572. elvria $650; henrietta $378; $388; huntington $196; penfield $320; pittsfield $190; pitts-field one, $40; ridgeville $858; rochester $116, russia $130. brief items local church. ruby guild entertain tomorrow (friday) theme "india", eva hearn assisting hostess. misses minnie helen sabiers mary-martha n. foster. world prayer missions observed. chief's served dinner noon club. societies parsonage (thursday). circle union peter's after par lors. emll burrlchter, pas sewage treated 1934 c5.s62.340 gallons raw disposal plant, td james collier, sanitary engineer, whose now file village. represents decrease 2,4s0,s85 table, showing plant installed 1930, figures: 1930 68,595,500; 1931 74, 189,160; 1932 94.507,460; 88,343,225; 65,862, 340. periods heavy rain fall, when water too capacity bypasses provide parts can divert ed creek. 37 times, annual rainfall year, ac cording collins' report, 21. inches. severely cold weather february, 1934, reflected flowed through plant. dropped 5.804,080 janu ary, 537,0001 febru ary. went 8,047, 780 gallons. greatest flow april mounted 11,744,700 gallons, probably due rains. collins calls attention need repair inlet gates imhoff tanks equalization pro tective compartments. re commended painting filter copings protective mea sure against disintegration recommends construction stone concrete walls around drying beds. included list village sought work funds, issue voters defeated election. surprise couple anniversary g. ashenbach saturday evening occasion 24th niversary wedding. affair surprise, milan ave. spent cards, luncheon served. those attended were: son richard, daughter lou, elizabeth ashenbach, brown family, orval campbell, ruth, bernard brandes, maurice fisch lincoln, clarence black ford, adelberi young louis leimbach. 12" tor huron, speaker vermilion guests. deal democratic club john j. smytho jr., harry wolf, mayor sti- wald, dr. w. schaef- or, august nabakow-skl. pazonne irwin telzerow. henry raesler, main proud baby nordheim baby. herman daughters dorcas jast quilt. d. icaser, i. hubbard mcqueen hostesses ot eastern stars sandstone center elyria minstrel appear here benefit performance boy scouts principal beneficiaries, th, hall. sponsored pledged men's association. profits used scout movement started boys headquarters except council room entirely satisfactory does permit them keep equipment there. churches hold lent pastors preparations lenten services. cases irst churches, wednes period. night sion announcement plans morning begin series sermons. be, "jesus, way god. began wed nesday af rickel sermons epistle paul ro mans. schmidt preach theme, glory cross", sermon sub-topic, cross, altar intercession". join john's grace services' ministers pulpits friday. schedule planned follows: 6, bosse preadhi topic "caiphas"; 13, .rev. schumn, church, "pilate"; 20, rev aranin schroeder, "simon peter;" march' 27, bosse, "dysmas"; 3, "mary"; 10, centurion" friday, 19, conduct service celebration german communion. wants buy councilmen continued discussion municipal ow nership works. proponents plan claim substantial reduction rates possible ownership ,plan. suitable dumping ground settled within so, authorized laying walk "drums death" draws big crowd death", presented drama vas witnessed- large crowd. play mystery wierd noises strange happenings half ruined mansion desolate stretch atlantic coast. directed bouquet roses app'reciation efforts. odd fellows put off open c od o plato lodge, o. f., postponed until 16th. grand master anger-man, columbus, fellows, rebekahs families invited. program, cards dancing diversion. canvass tickets .be each. conducted scouts. ordinarily guarantee $150 must book show, date closeness elyria, coming only cost trucking scen ery. scored success wherever shown seasons. jim armitage, show's "head man" connected theatricals many supported pany sixty people. largely became interested appearances ki-wanls diversion, developed leading kind. hundred performances seasons, thousands witnessed it. company individual dur- ing includes best old minstrelry. hours clean .in store those, purchasing show. detail addition chorus "tiny lappers six end men. male twenty-five, orchestra ten pieces. carries costumes, electrical effects staff. year's "gay ninety revue" preceeds reeular mfn. strel. roger barnard entertains again xylophone elyrian's quartette sing pop- ular song arrangements. wonderful ment packing capacity. initiative sponsoring endorsement seek secure legion banquet effort elmer johnson post, american legion, event usually april. tom bruce, womack parker discussed organization chapter "sons legion", veterans eligible. decided continue practice presenting awards most outstanding girl eighth grade. pupils eligible, parochial clearview. garden friends hear ross, landscape speak "beautificatlon roadsides". line purposes mote .roadside beautificatlon project". 11th, 8 clnvamn rl... x mosquito control com-mission. we trust mosqultos limited biting forty-hour vr
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-03-07|
|Date of Original||1935-03-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-03-07 17 15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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