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the news-times volume xvii, number 23 friday, may 10, 1935 sandstone center of world wi do our part amhersf wwii washington: news letter washington, 8-roose-velt leaders are gravely concerned over possibility ol senate running counter to white house warning signals. senate's (5 mr. roosevelt's ideas relating a -th,- revision national rely covery act is considered symtom agjqwlng hostility at capltol. wii restive mouse joins tne ouu- ate in its open rebellion against administration measures, it likely that pull few strings force an early adjournment rather than have program wrecked. veteran legislators not relish picture being sent home like mischievous school boys, especialy with prospect influential voters ask embarrassing questions as their conduct. actually, boy analogy accounts some degree for action turning down suggestions alterations n. it. a. private talks twelve senators who attended conference last week shows they resented "lectures" from roosevelt and .his assistant, donald richberg. least, won considteralble sympathy among colleages did attend meeting by expressing antipathy rich berg, th aotnal head r. peeved solons claim richberg apparently took his cue president lectured bi-partisan group what legislation was needed blue eagle. administration, through the, richberg, opposed resolution extending n, nine months because were frankly fearfull this emergency might be wiped out meantime. concern, predicated on probability u. s. supreme court turn thumbs constitutionality question raised government schechter case, which argued days ago. adverse' decision highest tribunal would wipe eagle's nest one stroke. many these issues will crop debate, undoubtedly occupy two weeks senate's1 time, soon bonus controversy way. how-fever, probable camp accept risk com-plete scuttling code agency. back a'pparent rupture between organized business groups clash philosophies. new deal critics say fallacy restore prosperity raising waged without prices. advocates policies in- ,.fci4 nrgtrad avir,ilf4 vn ndvnnnnrl l means increasing purchasing power public, hours should shortened put men women work. pri-vafely conceded here people whole muddled economic theories. variety panaceas ladled radlocastersc o u g h 1 n long, sound thinkers difficulty correcting. average (radio fan lestens dramatic exponents untried popular thing moment. hence, real answer all coughlin-long harangues seldom finds same ears receptive. thus confusoin prejudice grow. observers betting even money never nro ronpiit. iricir rfn 41iiiiiiciiir i ' x - pressed privacy cloakrooms about trade union lobby w'hen labor reach floor. hold denounce influences hrftath ar stennlnir lively iwith next behest forceful nexe now encamped legislative tiahs. records elections show ability organizers deliver vote membership polls mythical. shoppingnews council meet representatives cleve land shopping tuesday night protested any discrim ination bar shop ping distribution town. members told object jpaylng reasonable license fee, but exorbitant fee or discriminatory cause them take mat ter into court. disclosed discussion lorain sandusky charge distributors ?10 year only licensed, (were permitted dis tribute advertising matter those cities. oberlin charges $2.00 each said willing pay. proposed amherst ordin ance follows ordin-ance, setting up distribution. ordinance has already 'been read- first time. second: reading postponed until meeting. solicitor smythe, councilman schafer, mayor stlwald appointed committee fera projects effort secure acceptance so work started. authorized buy 300 feet fire hose department ladder village enough funds with. kendeigh headredcross charles named branch reif'cross annual library saturday. he succeeds mrs. e. poster asked relieved her duties after serving several years. other officers were: p. roth, vice president; walter miller, secretary, i. hubbard, re-elected treasurer report made foster showed local chapter aided 38 families during past year. reel cross does conflict relief since red aid border-line cases. also 258 chapter, includes amherst, south brown'helm. tun signed course hygiene, registration pearl murphy. cfass held 7 o'clock thursday the' basement library, enrollment class again tonight (thursday). dunnaway, instructor nnnounc-1 ed .the change wednesday 3:30 accomodate teachers wish enroll. music festival tomorrow present auditorium tomo r w (friday) night. pupils been presented programs public. county system years had festivals, included occasslons. high band, orchestra, boys' girls' glee clubs violin places program. admission free entire community invited festival. speech 'mrs. wlggs cabbage patch" miss margaret rice public 21st. drama rehearsed regularly finishing touches added. when it's blossom time truly great sights far-famed fruit belt niagara peninsula ontario. visitors corners earth come view section ontario usually begins june 1st lasts fourteen days.. period, area 50 miles long 30 wide, peach orchards full both sides highways falls hamilton: delight eye fill air fragrance. old map discloses interesting facts every then you hear timer remark, "i remember lad-". we wonder how am- herstites far h. steele operated town's hotel m. b. beldon ran store corner main st. elyria (now park ave.). dr. c. moore, lived st., used hitch gray mare drive bad roads keep mortality rate, experiencing severe growing pains births ,per 615. probably expect ing lot anyone living today recall 1s50, 85 pro bably us know known charleston amherstville. y. re member once l. & northern division cleveland toledo site baus' ave. vacant hageman, cabinet maker, forth location occupied bodman son. bits information brought light art tolhurst city co. times office cc lehman electric service 530 church announced today. company, makes servicing radios electrical appliances, formerly located 735 au courant club entertained g. maxwell evening. special practice called inspection stonington lodge, f. kreeger circle four women's peter's wednesday, men's cluh itho luther ."'j j'jj jtsjfr'v inspection. themap which, according tolhurst, family least 75 years, 1857 surveys john f.gell. listed along"heanir6'f''the' statistic figures 1s57 there 4674 dwellings 4857 families. anpears 183 in-laws otherwise doubling up. rate housing shortage days. averaged 36 each, showing 170 schools, 8027 307 teachers. academies schools numbered 4, 163 5 population twp. 1390. brownhelm 1079. black river o. lorain) 659. (boy, page chas. schwab.)' under heading agriculture listed: improved ecres, 127,165. unimproved acres, 90262; horses,5781; cows 9089; cattle.14053; wheat (bush-els) 142.8s1; rye. 512; indian corn, 3s5837; oats, 174210. owner rare permitting display office, where interested msy call examine most speculators engaged trying recoup losses previous speculations. brief items interest entertain wives observance ladles' (thursday.) norwood hean jerry dolan tho basketball team dinner mischka's saturday noon. frederick berger, kings daughters regina fuhrman, daughter anthony tenney ave., become bride elmer schyitz iii mid june. announcement given bride-elect's parents sunday. herman blschoff five inspect lodge ""uesday temple no. 363 pythian sisters, season's outstanding social events, conducted evening kathryn hebblethwaite, district grand deputy, charge. received excellent grade 99 125 amherbt, lorain, oberlin, berlin heights millersburg temples assembled beautifully decorated hall witness ceremonies. artistic arrangement ferns, plants cut flowers staff appearing served provide impressive setting. seven candidates ,was initiated. addition short hew members, assemblage heard ida henry, alfred hacke, george carter, millersburg, tapper represented. hebhlethwalte chief henry gifts elinor ruth. faithful pin return ruth chief's carter gift pianist. pilgrimage sister medina (was chief, hofiner, urged possible attend. date 3. chris wilker temple's award velour robe went arthur engle so. amherst. honor mother holy name society joseph's sponsor mothers' day sunday begin 7:30, jos. neissing, chairman charge, attending need ac-nompanied mothers able twenty-five cents attending. .mrs. wesbecher hobtess. toast atty. j. smythe. evening's speaker mai ion steel. program, although yet complete, include numbers ike eddie, brenner bios, welling! play piano violin, vocal selections. fol-owing luncheon served. assist merchants tax reports sales examiners bank purpose assisting making sains reports. services afternoon. sorosis (thursday) homt james bruce. gall hostess. roll answered struass composition. eastman missionery congregational parsonago (fri day). "kagawa" japanese christian leader, topic. mother's senior league st concordia paul's lutheran tended rally ( error regret oc-cured story reference benefit democratic club."tl;c director .play jvtrs. melvin schwartz. schwartz deserves credit success theplay she week. fete seventy ladies' am herst association monday church, justva-mere dinner. kane, association. "jigger" barnes, soloist, nunfser selections gene "marie anthers piano. parts ment consisted singing, orations ehrman, talked "huey long", olive guild, whose topic was, "prison reform" anna hoy- ber, discussed "capital labor." latter three school. accordion furnished jack nabakowski paul leimbach. rev. albright, pastor guests, albright congratulated organization different churches district. civil war prefers flying uulefes capt. stough, amherst's veteran, changes mind, memorial parade distinguished marcher. stough "flew air" literally, figuratively. says this1 instead looked upon chartered airplane, threw bouquets speakers stand. stough's m t d keeping abreast times. year, tentative plans american legion friday night, route. line-up massed colors. water if earth, corps, spanish-american veterans, le gion, auxiliary, scouts. firemen, eagles, eagles fraternal organizations join parade, followed children. 9:30 exercises .school monument town hall. 10:00 sharp proceed crownhill cemetery children join. march spring parade. line disband. bo out-of-town speaker. scout civic scouts headquarters elected movement discussed. man can imjpose discipline himself fit others lmipose others. death shocks friends tile harry shocked morning new& budden very struck fast passenger train somewhere tracks behind home. accident unaccountable. grieveing considerably florida late winter suffering nervous disorders. feeling fine accompanied and! visit friends. returning retired, 3 awoke noticed bed. rooms not. there. habit getting unable sleep, disturb ruth". go house, coal door. finding began search outside failed findher. clue serious recieved railroad officials telegraphed arrived station woman's leg blood marks engine. instuctions crews lookout body issued. found along track. 7:30 identification scull containing hair marcelled. marcol identified having prior marriage esther plato. survived husband, john, 12 june, 10. rose frances, vermillion; brothers, charles; columbia vermillion. daughter, tliis year's confirmation church. awards mon. awards, worthy pupils, johnson post, legion, t. parochial following presentation clearview presented. howard butler, prosecutor, principle installed, orchestra numbers. exhibit sponsors banquet altar rosary motherdaughter evening, 16th. societies lunch 25 pres ent. hostesses mary plato.mrs. harold brown, wesbecher, mertz. pythians fish fry ; style fry. large delegation attended- pythian, ass'n, soft ball completed.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-05-10|
|Date of Original||1935-05-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-05-10 17 23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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