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the amherst news-times volume xvm, number 4 friday, january 10, 1936 sandstone center of world ft our washington i npws t,pttpr news letter washington, 9 try as they imay tho congress' and chief executive cannot throw oft judicial spectre which haunts with firm admonition. somehow legislative machinery in high gear while plagued uncertainty their past performances now subject to review. observers believe this influence was largely responsible for president roosevelt malting a political speech his annual message instead customary re-comendations legislation. ad ministration leaders assume that 11 r. will develop defi nite program after supreme court passes judgement on existing challenged laws enacted at last session. series short messages writing accompanied by suggested drafts measures are expected from white house substitutes these parts were missing formal report state nation. mr. roosevelt's open criticism other governments has aroused .the diplomatic colony. reply domestic critics new deal policies provoked cross-fire arguments continue until election. before congress adjourns, it must provide record upon national election may be based. highly desirable plan prompt dispatch public business is, course, nothing more then happy dream. lawmaking is inextricably interwoven great game politics. legislators returned baggage bulging speeches prepared during four-months vacation. asking too much campaign year expect figures forgo spotlight "of publicity interests expediency. senators required deliver per son but rules permit "extension remarks" or printing never given oral treat ment. neither oratory nor "voiceless speeches" sway votes parliament nowadays, first major investigation current inquiry senate munitions commit y tee. agents have been dig ging into official war files an effort provido sensations ,j calculated opln ion regard neutrality leglsla tlon. committee hopes show deepdyed intrigue international banking houses used government officials puppets force uncle -sam & 1917. branch terribly annoyed invasion sanctums probers. utility outfits study chain store regula-tions dockets mercl- v less grilling. excursions legislature not considered problems state- craft, affords ammunition mudsllnglng. taking cue presley dent's message, congressional committees buckling down routine affairs. two parties held caucus acquaint fellow partisans objectives present appropriations work several weeks advance general assembly. blg-wlgs democratic party assembled week jackson day dinner. ordinarily, candidates presidency would looked over, w tile re-nomlnation bag. ' republicans sharing interest opponents former governor alfred e. smith later month. yorker tremendous fol lowing roosevolt captains anxious harmony. ,. scouts rodort thlnlv din fc skeptlpism polic es within own ranks danger signal year. lack co-hesivonoss strong . republican camp softens " alarms november hustings. trkitit px7f-vii t n installation tuesday about 85 members knights sisters pythias families joint officers thursday evening k p. hall. sauerkraut supper 'which served prior stallation enjoyed immensely everyone. were: grand chancellor, h. a. monger; vice-chancellor, c. j. seeleyj pre late, lester wlchel; master arms, christ wllker; inner guard, charles linn; outer con rad mulder; work, dr. l. hall; keeper seals, hones. ed fahrney ike thompson, radio entertainers south am herst, entertained selections. talks rev. b. ryan, mrs. kreeger, guild. guild recognition because fact her son, clayton guild, installed chancellor command' or, daughters also organization. lyberger, eyrla, included among guests affair. lyberger just recently made he gave brief talk. st. project next forty men who working north main street pa in? transferred thy few days, according decision council night. engineer tom warden reported weather conditions such soon stopped spring. calls both sanitary arid storm sewers pavement re-inforced concrete. total cost completing project, engineer, $22,669, -which village pay $1148 equipment materials. only sewer started, delayed completion n. started again favorable weather. request appointed mayor charge relief decide matters decided between meetings. ask conrad aschcnbach appear meeting explain vacation slpple vacancy board cemetery trustees caused term frederick filled appointment william ehrman. loan increases reflect prosperity there increase activity amhorst reflected this1 statement lorain county savings trust company. showed $151,000 loans local amount represented nearly 400 individual loans' made. commercial led made, half number. group size collateral loans, totaled 30 percent mortgage came balance. community, -were financing residence property. announce birth daughter m. hayes aro parents baby born ktonday am-hersbospltal. milk excels spinach body builder your pint quart bottles equal energy-producing elements nine times shown picture above. words, every time you child drink glass getting health than pound supplies. rich proteins, fat dusty corners bring forth church school library f. powers task cleaning basement, usually includes parlors, kitchen sunday rooms, isn't regarded light good time, most ladies. like all things bo done, periodically, no around it, its compensations. ono thing, when help anything find yourself company it's cozy eating lunch warm kitchen, pleasant talk going 'round table steaming potful coffee giving heavenly aroma burner turned low stove. there's satisfaction delving corners, straightening objects you've fairly itching set rights sundays, didn't dare touch fear soiling best clothes. one often makes discoveries; antique dish; old program; book, name some person, long ago passed on, inscribed pages. books interested me autumn, we dusted shelves library. perhaps hundred hooks remnant nicholl memorial wasn't remarkable discovery, interesting one. itad always known there; had taken go over them. since dusting books, piling thorn table, necessitated separato handling each volume, began look titles; opening book scan rapidly pages so absorbed -was doing reading dusting. 189s thing now, brought inception, somo years follow, definite urgent need lives young peoplu church. circulating unknown small town, magazines luxury households paper extravagance sin, maybo both, maintained use members. family people congregational wero indebted fine collection placed 1898. originally contained 300 smallest beginners department oldest member adult classes could something suitable age taste. sellers to-day, be, matter. goodly carbohydrates. contains none these. calcium, phosphorus. iron, vitamins a, b, g amounts compare favorably spinach. necessary insure balanced dig. further protect should insist being delivered sterile bottles. those concise, sentimental titles popular quarter century ago. knew dorothy's charm, noble birth, girl's way out paul crandall's dripping harmless literary drivel, even looking know blue grass beauty told story horse colonel's beautiful daughter. third still remain original remains, exactly if considerably carefully handled. can't see boys girls, early come trooping morning? freed confinement services, relaxing subdued silly chatter handle away hours afternoon continued page police warn coasters following officers: "complaints continually coming regarding children coasting y. property near passenger depot. dangerous practice do blame enjoying coasting, unless property, prosecution necessarily follow. co-operation matter appreciated." luezsler rites monday funeral services harry luezsler, 64, home. eastman, pastor wakeman church, officiated. stonington lodge masons burial grave. o. baker co. brownhelm cemetery. survived widow nina brother edward. society elected featured regular altar rosary joseph's catholic evening. george menz, p r 1 d e nt ; john michael, vice-president; niesen, secretary treasurer. fr. talk, plans hold card wednesday tra sed. hospitalboard special vote hospital tonight (thursday) twp. deletion si"i.ia. j sup-tort. ccial granted, u l believed 'vill .ji.ty -te nueil-' o any issue. favorablo township authorized negotiate contract whereby turn entire proceeds levy board, hos-( pnai agree care indigent cases without additional charge. possible wording ballot specify maintenance hospital. forms proceedure enact obtained columbus wednesday. went columhub fritz parker, zilch cooper, trustee richard leonard. ferences ass. att. miller, bureau inspection, representatives ash-bolt, gable, medina county. egeland heads egeland, painting contractor, men's association olf leers w. g. schaeffer, vice president; walter schultz, re-elected ray sprague, serve fund nabakowski, stiwald, ludwig thomas frank. drawing completed saturday 656,500 tickets issued, ticket transaction 25 cents mean 5164,125 done ten drawing. many amherst's seemed surprised amount. instructed appoint another committee, re-appointed same conducted recent date determine soon. fred holzhauer efforts negotiating typewriter factory locate amherst. encountered obstacle credit establishment $10,000 concern needs. case. henry kane, retiring thanked him asked support officers. "liquor store" cause mistake words storo" lu reference administration proposing liquor ordinance, readers thought webster's pharmacy referred to. technically, storo regret3 very anyone undoubtedly wo word saloon. highest regard, reader received wrong impression correct it. t. meet nert parent-teacher session afternoon, 14. guest speaker -will cooper "child delinquents." fireworks verbal exploded night councilman schaef-fer charged "double crossing". barrage took place toward end informed arrived organization completed. fuse off powder keg solicitor. seats extras occupied visitors indicate exciting for. 'free power myth, legend. got let's face reality." mc-nary, united states senator oregon. k. ol announcement district affair 30, 1936, auditorium. p's. 6:30 entertainment. ho jenkins, ohio, featherlnghani bergliolz. 500 meeting. deputy, standen, lorain, fin al wore week. renner wins $40 prize four numbers drawn remaining $45 money through ?40 claimed previous won carl 635680. tea co issued ticket. formerly resident. $2 prizes, 419995 403486 pharmacy, respectively, awarded floyd ralph hasen-pllug. ?1 drew 250153, distributed flstlers', eleanor albright. townsend club elects feature town elected, take meetings fleming, schriner, mrs! jenne, secretary; pansy harris, discussed. attendance. dunham, proba-j tlon officer, principal dunham's experience dealing make teachers. features halt hour music blythe dulcimer, musical selections pupils, loose, chairman hygiene red cross, movie film minstrel postponed 31st elyria minstrels dated stage 17 benefit boy scout troope give performance hall instead. civic "committee sponsoring 7:30 councllmen alex cam- eron, ed. sablcrs flnnegan together room, visitors. waited shortly 8 o'clock called together. sworn minutes followed. proceeded organize. sabiers minated doctor mcqueen presi dent council. second nomination, finnegan. cameron sec onded nomination. ordered secret taken, finnegan receiv ing three finegan declared elected. application solicitor smythe read. similar miller reveived. moved, seconded appointment. nominated smythe. ruled resolution clerk read appointing coun-oilmen voted favor reso lution, under snspension passage letters policemen mays, earl phillip braun. mays salary month-to-month basis. discussing pwa discussion schaeffer arrived, followed mcqueen. settled breach split wide open. "slipping over", denied, saying full doctors arrive charg supposed o'clock, opened years. replied begin 7:30. "if that's right, i'll how on", retorted ended momentarily point, fly up fow again. complaints darkness due ihe milan ave. bridge. laid till meeting, ing. ready adjourn understanding said nature himself might moved thu telephono absent councilman. double crossing charges repeated intention anybody. sided courtesy waiting unable time. ssi
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-01-10|
|Date of Original||1936-01-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-01-10 18 4|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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