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the amherst news-times volume xvii, number 41 friday, september 20, 1935 sandstone center of world our washington? news letter washington, sept. 19 two aub jects share attention politically minded these days. realignments factions due to passing senator huey long is an absorbing topic. almost equally important rush federal agencies remove unenv ployed from relief rolls paying jobs. removal louisiana's stormy petrel has definitely upset calculations for 193g presi dential elections where would have figured prominently in picture. failures transfer large percentage unemploy ed direct dole a (lis quieting effect on those who promised much. estimates show that 9,000,000 persons laid off depression only third found lasting another hard winter just before national elec tion gloomy prospect politicians must appeal votes men and measures. consequences long's de parture .from public stage he played role politi , cal "peck's bad boy" crusader cannot be easily measured. it no secret at least late senator's colleagues, pat harrison mississippi joe robinson arkansas, democratic leader, will longer fear their scalps. had publicly threatened stump states against them. roosevelt chieftains know full well dramatic death louisianna dictator time, least, tor pedoes militant party movement which reached menacing proportions. back controversy between secretary interior ickes director harry hopkins "works progress administration, was partly settled summer white house hyde park, n. y., clash philoso phies. administrative responsibility disbursing nearly five billion dollars. cabinet officer want money spent projects permanent character long- range benefit taxpayers. admitted works this kind are slow absorb many unemployed because plan volves bridge-building, power-dam construction like. hopkins, other hand, pressing diversion funds give immediate employment, willing pay anything pick ing up leaves subsidizing actors artists. his main idea get women regardless value services rendered projects. judg statement, ickes-hopkins compromise largely victory scheme. a. f. l. experts say, "in first half 1935, when production more than halt-way normal, one-third gone work". trade unions claim eleven million out work four directly dependent govern ment. government much like old miser seeking hidden sources money. appropriation bill fillibuster hamp ered new deal agencies. best minds sought vain carry social secur ity law import ant. lack forc loan emergency utilized organi zation nothing avail able payments individual beneficiaries as provided under statutes. employers workers watching na tional labor relations board, some a-way. filed cases early rulings studies determine policies. board announced not touch arbitration or conciliation phases problem, but confine its functions settlement collective bargaining issues. refuse join movements they'd rather remain sidelines crlti-cire. town slogan started 35 years ago 1914, preparing home week, letters invitation attend celebration were sent friends former residents town. each quaint inscribed words: "back spring." there isn't doubt use helped bring visitors town, one lived loved it, spring" magic phrase. can conjure visions pioneer families, homesick travel-weary, who, pausing trek westward, drink sparkling waters tnat flowed hillside, good, land about, fair, decided here they make homes. recall memories happy childhood, passed little nucleus miracle nature, spring sweet pure water. so came tell reunions, parades festivities week celebrated over score ago. catch phrases today advertising maze slogans "catch phrases." newspapers, mag. azines, billboards along roadside, advertisement something about article advertises "stick" mind prospective buyer. perhaps manufacturer small fortune appropriate slogan; maybe idea, stephen chase's lamps alice hobart tisdale's novel "oil china" unregarded brain child employee; may coined phrase himself; however got it's sure thing good slogan, catchy descriptive attractive mark send dollars spinning into tills any medium might employ fori purpose. acceptable uacic admirable celebration: whon sets find sons daughters carry, with pride, corners earth, cause folks look backward; forward-looking. few nostalgic words past; vital promise a' future; homes, ones; days been well; continued page 4 football season opens friday high school team play game tomorrow (friday) alumni. alumni direction milton hut-ton. expected very interesting . complete schedule games follows: 20! alumni, home; saturday, 28 bele- vue, bellevue; oct, 6 lorain lights, lorain: f"ri. day, oct. 11 wellington, well- ington; 18 elyria reserves, 20 vermilion, home: fridav. nov. 1 medina, medina; frl- uay, xnov. s london, home. garden club discuss '35 following regular business meeting mon day evening discussion re cent flower held. mr. clifford charge program. general talk how improve next everyone present cava ideas subject. definite action taken sliow. meeting, planning out-of-town speaker open public. arrangements yet completed. win college educations nphese young awarded $ 5,000 university scholarships convention closed year's fisher body craftsman's guild competition. photo shows (left right) kenneth jensen, 19, metuchen, j ralph h. munson, st. paul minn., both senior winners; w. fisher, card parties rev. fr. daley principal council catholic mary's parish hall, elyria, tuesday afternoon. 7ui eucharistic congress held cleveland, 23 26 subject also theme meeting. plans made throughout deanery support c. w., sone time october. close ladies altar society served tempting refreshments buffet style, beautifully arranged table, centerpiece huge silver coffee urn. attending aniherst mrs. floyd lodge, frank fallon, wm. wenzel, o'neill david k. wilson. woman 90, succumbs marian werner mcguire away her axtel age 90. born germany country approximately 50 she resided since time. survived by husband, john; children, werner, newport richie, fla., clara vogler, alfred amherst, katherine boardman, mohave city, ariz., william cory. elyria; 21 grandchildren 16 great grandchildren. funeral baker co. incomplete. dr. d. quilter, formerly towers clinic, toledo, last examining m. i. humphrey chiropractic offices. mayor e. stiwald attended sandusky wpa district eight officials, reger hotel, luncheon given mayors city engineers congressional districts. pwa eight. dow harter, ak ron, meet ing. sponsored circle ann's joseph's church (wednesday) george menz. art class taught wilson met evening. stone chapter order eastern star (wednea-day). queen esther president vice-president motors; r. grant, motors, john imbody, 15, marlon, ohio, francis gadd, 16, spokane, wash., junior winners. boys all parts united canada cn tention montreal quo'- urge increase health august nabakowski committtee, appointed west chamber commerce, in. ter-chamber commerce rural conservation contest county entered 1935. while showing 1934 gratifying desire committee assist increasing service branches work; especially now developed point meets needsof rounded program district. schools. parent-teacher associations, physicians, dentists, others interested requested continue co-operation department even higher rating did 1934. tennis tournament students tournament. deadline entries noon monday. are; seniors, stanley stark, elmer smith mary louise gaehr. juniors, harold bennett, evan nord, douglas harris, marjorie bechtel peggy wesbecher. sophomores, herbert gammons, carl kerpics, james larson, beverly bruce leila donnelly. freshmen, clarence gerber, alex taylor, delefield, claude rahl cella ward. start soon possible. winners receive awards. develope represent spring. brief items local interest methodist after (thursday) g. p. zilch. holy name joseph wives guests1 hall members clubs invited. ladles' aid st, paul's lutheran afternoon parlors session. men's one, peter's evangelical church, jacob rosenkranz, st., berg assistant hostess. two, albert kreeg-er, entertained delfleld dera. women" 27 reporters group tho women, wolf, chairman, sponsor county-wide .meeting del-eware ave. si. 27th. hostesses 14th entertain compliment marie mcguire, information specialist authority agricultural adjustment better known comes recommended advisor, heard several meetings. 'will begin wo-raon political faith. speakers state prominence present. observe 60th anniversary celebrate 29th. english morning 10 duwe deliver sermon. graduate congregation during vacancy existed arrival pastor, bosse. german 2 shust, pastor ft. wayne, indiana, an. 7 birkner, mission district, john's address service. special music choir services. events include following: ladies' iii walthor league (friday). hold sunday morning, 22 immediately annual combined reformation festival churches again year elyria. being celebration. americans 40, swiss biologist finds. associating comic strip characters never outgrow rompers. people can't imagine funny hence portraits family album. 3i minnie nickel. democraic women's tonight townhall. hour follow business. ladle's congregational parlors. lauer hostesses. teachers recess monday session saturday confirmation 9 choral society, composed lorain, rehears, al wednesday grace levies november ballot voters separate issues decide election, addition village, township ballots. three bond issues, levies. latest hospital one-half mill. appear "current expenses township", actually hospital, ragged edges, forced operating income. assigned graft'n it. past years, trans-f o r e d grafton-belden church. beginning morning. pulpit filled burton ryan, avon-vincint ryan hero sunday, having amherst-south congregations. jensen erie, pa. 1899. boston university, oberlin theology. conference ordained 1928, rose deacon 1930, elder 1932. religious education, strongsville nashville. member .the masonic lodge spoke occasions order. pet hobby flowers, dahlias. en-theusiastic base ball fan. pythian sisters redecorations temple voted furnish financial redecorating hall. joint knights sisters. ar-rangements walter miller, j. b. avery, schaelfer pietch. tlie redecorated; curtains purchased windows. includes kreeger, charles miller -william ehrman. hoffner leave .monday springfield delegate grand springfield, week. pythians go cleveland pythias invited thursday, 26, 55th street. rank honor supreme vice-chancellor jones. trustees ready let contract redecoratlon weeks. conclusion enjoyed. cong. applicant sermon congrega kunkel resigned superintendent school. vice-superintendent, elected take office superintendent. firemen elect same edwards gordon firemen's representatives pension according results vote recently firemen. serving year. closing averted drive instituted zilch campaign chairman. netted 500 paid bills enabled on. fall election matter submitted voters, form mill levy, claimed mis-understood issue, went defeat. discouraged. seemed alternative. spirng play, profits 'which together handled nabakowski, gave temporary "new life" remained open. sight remains precarious position proverbial sword hanging hair, drop lock doors mer-ciful people. fire station calling loudly put work, promising cost project out-and-out gift, believed the1 opportune lanch station. of, winter, equipment suffers rust result dampness, said firemen, proceeded troubles council, issue thousand village's portion cost, spead fifteen amounts .2421 cents, $1,000 tux valuation, amount 24-15 cents. park without playground yard, responded suggestion park. course had, felt shupe property offered opportunity. price set $12,000 secured option ho, 000. estimated improving -was $2,000. bal ance supplied government. retire bonds auditor .3632 mills necessary, 36-13 cents tax valuation. likewise, respond building, create rooms relieve; overcrowded condition. proposed manuel training domestic science, musical departments bo housed. supt. powers expressed "a place noisy keep -the rest quiet". call ap-proximately 47 per sewer disposal sewage levi new, taxes. upon expires renewal. levy pays the; expense plant. unless ap-prove method rental charg-ed. amounted $1.05 every months, citizens declared neusi-ance. approved tax. evy years. fly yeard pass, tn plying approre eitenac thla lery. cozff '
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-09-20|
|Date of Original||1935-09-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-09-20 17 41|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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