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..pipi. ...x 1 , s the amherst nbws-times 'ilm volume xvii, wi doouh pakt our washington news letter washington, d. c. mar. 27 war clouds in european countries casting a shadow over prepar- dness policies do not blot out creasing strife between ad- lnlstration and congress. with t&r-work relief measure going through last mauling by lawmakers there is evidence that growing antagonism federal state agencies will reach fever-heat. this enour-mous appropriation loaded political patronage scramble for gifts "pork-barrel" are always bloody encounters. industrial also looming on horizon open threat of american federation labor to call nationwide strikes unless congress surrenders (to organized labor's demand special legislation. rattling sabers overseas has stirred diplomatic colony into action so their presence as drawing card at social affairs an uncertainty ambitious hostesses. ultimatums freely delivered minorities such federationists soldier bonus lobbies frightening pompous statesmen wits. house demonstrated pressure unnerving effect. perhaps more susceptible "pressure groups" because entire membership must go before electorate every two years while senator enjoys relative security six-year term. agitators, warned presidential veto, escape whip administration rebellion. they must, however, toe mark uphold white against thirty-hour week which come the. senate. paradoxically, -senate expected nullify bonus. year trade unionists put impressive series ot violent strikes, influence passage wagner disputes bill. show failed move senate or house, but may be re-taged better effects within few days crucial period planned control industry now hand. public works bill way, devote attention program emasculated when it reaches final vote. prominent calendar amendments home loan act, highly-controversial revision agricultural adjustment changes shipping .subsidy and, course, future nra, emergency agency automatically expires june 1g renewed much present hullabaloo about blue eagle reality "trial balloon" sent up draw criticism contractive suggestions. 'the only friends who appear nra test groups either indifferent fate awaits eagle's brood helping dig grave. predicted deals legislators force business rush defense what consider costly experi ment regulation trade.- crippled student pool columbus,0. day after lad plunges swimming ohio university, gradually lad, seymour golub, developing strength his ered limbs. paralleling case president roosevelt, some ago suffered attack infantile paralysis, he from new york, regaining swimming. becoming interested student's battle big odds, coach mike peppe named boy freshman manager saw golub was awarded numerals work. spite discouraging obstacles hopes competitive swimmer. "i'll lick game yet", confidently predicts. man knows little often referred "blghead." any seller take your time tell you how good product ie. number 18 comets end i season 1934-35' edition greatest ever produced tine local high school. chalking 26 victories 31 games com6ts amassed gtand total 1001 point, average 32 game. john brown led race individual scoring 252 points. roy haas second 194. others were follows: redman 167; ehrman 122; smith 91, michael 74; monty 64; van kuren 11; jenne 10; smythe 10i; leo stiwald 6. green gold did suffer single setback en counters wittti class schools, defeating lorain, elyrla, berea bellevue. captured sectional championship consolation title. brown, redman, ehrman, lost graduation. still indications point team again next year. haas, all plenty service will'be reinforced keuren year's squad eddie lach, elmer cook bob gillette reserve squad. although dropped opening gamo columbus, mainly inability hit hoops, went defeat groveport henrietta capture johnny guard post associated press tourney team. townsend club meeting monday officers town-send making preparations entertain large audience parlors congregational .church kaiser speak old age pension plan. start 7:30 won national honors miami oxford, ohio, elyrla youth. topic is, "sixty heaven". young folks well older people urged attend. free-will offering taken. play musical comedy, "the minister" given members married people's sunday school first evangelical church, early part may. plans made night mr. mrs. ray sick. month enter tain speaker have similar group another church guesta. fol lowed hour consisting contests, charge clayton springer newton beohtel. lunch ser ved close. arrest tax violation county's fine vio lation sales law when, palmer, proprietor produce co. fined $25 costs justice joseph q. petro. re commendation d! vision representative ilne suspended. palmer arrested com plaint miss elvassa gray, inspector, bought three pounds apples. she charged collect tax. reappoint lagron highway engineer a. p. lagron, loraln-county resident department past four years, reappointed davey monday. appointment one 17 jaster jr., director. been lorain county 40 years. came, here california where had worked santa fe railroad. appointed february, 1931. sap boiling burton's log cabin maple sugar camp nbbbllsssfislbbbbsilbibwklff bsswsbsbssbssssbsbsbbsssssbsbsbssbsssbssbsrlbsssssss& --x k073bbsssssstttts3bskrbssssssssssssssssssssssbbsssssssssss right: gathering lap tree. left) lady enjoying taste warm, iweet ap being boiled down syrup, cream sugar. warm march brought activity burton syrup camp. hundred trees, stand geauga village's ten-acre park, tapped gathered unique sugarhouse stands center grove. thousands visit each springtime get glimpse process used manufacture nature's most fewer fanners 1935 farm-hog contracts farmers ready sign reduction year, according ports i. hummel, agent. less than remaining 80 signed far compared 153 whether same could told advance, readiness does seem indicate it. deadline signing monday, april 1st, e. h. fullmer, committee chairman. farm prices substantially below parity, improved during aaa planning drop effect, hummel said. explaned, based january price 14 basic commodities under aaa, la 106 per cent pro-war level, comparison pur chase 126 percent pre-war level. therefore 20 points couple honored parties surprise iparties- honor hiiber jr. wedding anniversary. friday saturday night. guests tertained cards dancing received many liome. cc short stonlngton lodge, f. m. tuesday, night, following regular lodge meeting. entertainment served. charles taylor, lincoln st., hostess bible study her tuesday evening. auxiliary tonight (thursday) party invited. mabel mcdermott, anna dletz, william hutton, hugh tompkins hostesses johnson g. pietch aux cur- thursday, 28, delightful confection. 4,000 visited operation tht months april. located 25 miles east cleveland no. 87. stately its massive chimney constructed hewn logs style those settlers, building houses equipment interesting dis depicting pioneer life fashioned fire place built stone. parity. officials purpose adjust act establish parity prices. land held corn produc tion aaa' corn-hog contract planted, crops other plant ing contarary provisions commodity ed farmer. baseball pictures father-son banquet men's secured roger peckenpaugh indians reel film- "story base ball". shown "father son" bantfuet served gymnasium 6:30 fri. evening, 12. orchestra ottier features make complete. tables set 225. tickets can (first. pythian sisters inspection notified wednesday rehearsal connection inspection. promptly 7 preceding headquarters, announcement george hoff-ner, excellent chief lodge. kathryn hebbleth-waite berlin heights conduct 7th. brief items interest ant matrons patrons eastern stars areime club. women's democratic meet stiwald. "rural laws ohio" "topic tho hickory tree grange ed. cotton charge. henry entertained circle st. ann's society joseph's sylvester delzeith. holy name met harold krause wlth schmltz. quartette wesleyan meth odist popular meetings tomorrow (friday) colored male oberlln conservatory theolo gical seminary featuring negro spir ituals. curtis mayo, rainbow, theodore ledbetter walter andersen. singing gatherings highly complimented entertainment. addition numbers, mayo give piano solo, rainbow tenor bass anderson dramatic reading southern dialect. sponsored tertainments, arranged. zilch chairman pro gram committee. free tak benefit ere, 'will sermons rev. eastman contin ue general topic, "christ conquers' morning sermon conquers sin". mon contrary de featist idea. evening lenten congre gational crurch. "rev. schmidt, pet er's lhas announced be, "a lesson giving". ric-kel preach "perfect cure sin", "servants rightousness". elect wesbecher head j. elected annual hall ficers are: menz, vice president, henry, secretary treasurer. organization joe nelsen paul wohlever, schmltz tweny present. nome hold soon. grand jury term closed wound span hearing seven cases. common pleas court opens grand" chosen. cooper, foreman. sodality misses mary alice mcdermott trus-cello instead maxwell home, earlier announced, choir methodist parsonage thursday change becauso conflicting activities. ladles aid -will crowl afternoon (thursday). preparation spring bazaar, tne parish afternnoon sew. cart bodmann, heldrlck bletz. sandstone finish canvass wrork canvassing housing campaign village township probably completed middle april, conrad zilch, cam paign canvas sers working ject 85 complete, date 993 homes canvassed these 815 need repairs improve ments. owners homes, able complete work unable requlremens created ment. jobs done sufficient successful, said zilch. alone 237 canvassed, 127 reported improvements needed. observe stop signs motorists fail intersection main "park ave. finding failure costing them $2.00 offense. policemen warning drivers possible denary "how issuing tic kets offenders. without unusual happenings. policeman mayor e motorist, approaching (hikh rate speed, officer stepped road signaled him. motorist swerved around confined way. noted license inquiry motor vehicle showed issued norwalk man. asked return face trial voluntarily, if falls warrant police happens ist discover sending cop runs rather high. involved driving slowly, stop. intended driver, stopped became abusive began write ticket. driver upon took him mayor's office. happened town heard i)r. w. schaefer, council assessed fine. bride wesley beauty simplicity keynotes marking ceremonies marian birdsong, daughter jesse dellifield road, cook, son edna amherst. ring ceremony used, rickel officiating. attending dorothy birdsong groom's brother, leonard acted best lovely gown dusky crepe, enhanced shoulder corsage pink roses. sister, gowned wore strains familiar lohengrin's march, happy altar. ceremony, recep numbering enjoyed buffet luncheon. late attired suit accessories match left husband honeymoon thru east. anybody econ omize 1937. real triple advertise, advertise. sir malcolm just 276 can't see bill- boards, would 10 au. world lights streets street lighting system up-to-date installation new-street lights. board outside help. globe top aro replacing three-light arrangement prevailed since installed. topsi light standards replaced. pole, nuts bolts fixtures used. cross arm removed collar installed poles. pole hauled taken giv fresh coat paint, tlhe ground up. newest type difussing glass bulb giving arrangement. fact claim hgrt gives iignt former cost ?6.00, saving current ,be effected claimed. contained 60 candlepower lamps arm, 100 lamp top. the, contain lamp. only, globes needed throughout town. tennis courts players looking rackets soon, seeing strings tight. woaher open. accomodate education has1 ordered condition, hard useage. office supt. fred powers. routine disposed of, board! faculty chosen meelng. pupils greeted prospective teachers kent course struction teacher's certificates. students grades known. k. p's. attend elyria seventeen attended! the: mon-day winter. lodg"e turning wanner weather beginning attract doors. al heller athletln round ball players. pythlans expect (he association oberlln, third-degree contest oberlln. nativity fish fry church. south am-iheret, people. ml. t x . xiiua pe ehurch'v efforts please crowd made. advertising break records 1&36 lack companies.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-03-28|
|Date of Original||1935-03-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-03-28 17 18|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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