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the amherst news-times volume xix number 4 friday, january 22, 1937 sandstone center of world ft v r our washington! news letter washington, 20 pomp and pagentry an inauguration afford fine opportunities for cheering. "morning alter" brings uneasy introspection among political bigwigs, who gathered here colorful induction ceremonies. laymen, with only a casual interest in politics, saw glamorous side picture. veteran observers players game politics peeped beneath veneer spectacular affairs to weigh' implications president roosevelt's inaugural address. there are so many home-towners on trail their senators representatives' seeking conferences about subjects close heart or merely wanting pay respects while at nation's capital, that it seems unlikely congress will buckle down serious business this week. leaders, somewhat befuddled by white house program, want more time ponder adjust new legislative machinery long grind ahead. is increasing teviidlenlce era good feeling between executive legislature has been blighted series sour notes. harmony, anticipated after election, existed largely as window-dressing public. hearts, lawmakers resent prevailing conceptions throughout country con-gress nothing but necessary rubber-stamp 'for president. reasonable believe subservient attitude would have continued indefinitely had not endeavored shove unpalatable pill reorganization government departments throats solons early season. because hastly examination sweeping changes revealed what capitol hill boys considered direct threat bounties, appointments patronage, they found themselves confronted confliction obliga-. tions. combined pressure powerful organizations employees loyal campaign helpers back home places payroll, brougt legislators face realities career. other groups applied persuasive methods discount liooseveltian pro posals newcomers land' those veterans remain official life torn desire gain favor still keep peace militant factions districts. strategists mr. roosevelt erred in' submitting liis drastic innova-tions revamp administrative agencies early. hand, proposed, if carried into effect later date, completely undone work .congress making essential appropriations resulted great waste money. multitude federal whose existence prerogatives stake la revamping plan looking toward simplification coordination aiding abetting ineipient rebellion against domination. least ten bills resolutions presented congtess ( with, one objective regulation wages hours. supreine court repeatedly stated constitution deli-. jnited authority central over these vital matters. the- legislature, spurred demands from labor unions, find solution impasse placed edicts. just now talk offect subject must be threshed out soon scuttling crewb menacing project; caution urged some quarters hope highest tribunal may offer loophole when decision handed legality national relations act, scouters hold annual meet 26 meeting fire-lands area council, boy scouts ot america, 'held presbyterian church norwalk afternoon evening 26th. paul barrett, personnel director ohio oil company, find-lay, ohio, principal speaker dinner program. barrett nationally known public he active y. m. c. a. findlay college, also past district governor 21st rotary international. several during which phases scout program discussed. j. linville, cubmaster pack elyria, serve chairman conference cubbing. v. s. hart, member board, group outdoor activities. rev. t. stellhorn, jr. scouting advancement. wm. knerim, commissioner northeast district, troop programs. sessions begin 2 p. continue through 5:30 perle whitehead, deputy regional executive, participate discussions. awards made meeting. gen. perry l. null, commissioner. silver beaver award exceptional service sr. name scouter receive until called h. b. castleman, council preside allen urges everyone already secured tickets procure them scoutmaster committee. expected 100 200 wives attend 65 yr. granger installed officers installation newly elected was main feature first meeting" year hickory tree grange members althe hall milan avenue. preceding meeting, tureen served 6:30. elmer cotton, master twenty-seven years, sixty-five installing officer, assisted mrs. george knlttle, reuben dute. were kenneth alexander, master; william edwards, overseer; marian lecturer; steward; assistants, oliver kolbe hecock; stang, chaplain. time, solo given ryan. others -were mary walker, secretary; treasurer; stella hecock, pomona; wanda ceres; naomi ott, flora; melvln kolbe, gatekeeper. two committees appointed, send "get-well" cards flowers sick. committee knlttle; bert edwards w. marshall. finance ralph kolbe. three trustees dute, w sunday's topic semon delivered sunday methodist hmtyan educational activities win him board presidency folk play important parts associations societies alon?, elsewhere, too' werner zilch, lorain county boanf education met organization held board's office elyria saturday. even though zilch unable detainment columbus buai-ness, knew wanted head board. yet present did wish there, detained. usually, person whether absence excusable inexcusable, gotten being, especially election officers. case. being bora, vicinity february, 1880, spent his entire fifty-&oven years near town amherst. boyhood, lived brownhelm employed quarries time. then experienced hardships farmer. before moving amherst, browiihelm township road supervisor terms, treasurer four years. approximately thirty ago, living brownhelm, married. then, 1920, wife chil- baptismal services ' worship st. paul's lutheran last sunday, children, both age months, received rites baptism, 11. bosse officiating. marilyn jean, daughter fred hogrefe, gale john, son harold leimbach, berlin heights, baptized. visit f. r. powers bowling thru sott green hills southern day june i studying small folder map us filling station valuable little aids travel the'surrounding territory indicate, usually pictorial method, any place historical district. learned lhat somewhere south us, across river kentuckyx-vas named bardstown, here, according information within pages pamphlet seat "my old kentucky homo." interesting indeed! we seemed going general direction, wasn't right pass near. couldn't somehow manage go bardstown see ken-tucky home?" immediately went map-con-tomplatlon-huddles become part cross trip stops gasoline, oil, checking up tires, night away dren moved avenue where live family llv od decided world, ever since, under title transfer. twelve ago 340 park six peacefully together eldest son, nelson, married cleveland live. later, youngest daughter, ruth (now earl kane) llveln akron. .four dorothea, instructor algebra geometry high school; robert, planning marry miss florence bod-man 28, zilch. evangelical very all affairs. hobby, you might call it, a's. every hit spare can spend way always interested welfare education, be. whenever students out-of-town take contests, reason, cars hired them, ready help. eight village vice president, library mayor c.- e. cooper recently. walter nord president; tolhurst, cooper, secretary. course librarian gave report 1936. circulation books follows: fiction, 14160; juvenile, 4925; non 2818; german, 57; magazines, 1147. total bought 674 sockett; non-fiction; 1 set books; doubleday encyclopedias; purchased fiction. appointed captain o. u. word leo stiwald, clair street, freshmen class basketball teams state university, columbus, enrolled freshman. fascinating county, kentucky. weeks heforo wo returned, memories aplenty mental packets sights sounds experiences, taken wondered ancj come. me none sweeter than packet labeled "bardstown" smelling laven-dar lilies morning june. once traveler finds much besides stephen foster's immortal inspiration attract him. farthest been, 'old courthouse situated its noat island block felt real town. streets bright sparkling alive people no particular. seeing activity week-day night, near-ing glorious land folks siesta-ed heat forth gay magnolia blossoms beams mellow moonlight. think never my seen negro move faster waited table donate cause paralysis arrangements lor birthday ball, giv- infantile para lysis, realizing otler functions week jan. allow therefore aband idea, hut do feel should worthy cause. stead committee, composed sti wald. harry wolf, ege- land, don granger, dr. g. schaelfer, bod-mann smytue aro asking contributions civic fraternal organizations, help decrease dreaded di tease stalked year, adding thousands victims hundred crippled it. seventy percent proceeds local used fund am herst hospital. balance ?19 left ning fund. mailed branch savings & trust co. request sent february 14. funeral james wohlever 10 sat. baker saturday o'clock. pallbearers uncles, edward gringal, amherst; roth-eery, karl eady, elyria; cousin, arthur burial crownhlll cemetery, direction deceased, old, died attack following scarlet fever wednesday watertown, wisconsin shipped bo buried tho born old. survivors parents, wohlever, east street; brother, leon; grandmother, caroline grandparents, michael ernest icady, lag range. assist sales tax reports joseph zhoray, examiner, monday, 25 thursday, 28 vendors reports. above bank. sic nostalgic flowed hidden grind-organ around corner, playing airs. light alter delighted impression essentials foster visited cousin hill. turned eastward cor home." reach destination thought hailed youth along road. directions accents charming words prov-incially naive finished speaking shout: "say again, won't please!" estate hill, mile "the 'homo" since civil war. 'become attached 18 52 col-lins composed' wrote original rear wing built 1795 judge john merchants hear advertising monday most enthusiastic meetings byl men proposal association s adver tising cooperative was! endorsed authorized approach individual contracts. opening schaeffer, chair man, predicted future "not industrial! center, residential district," said. "amherst has! requirements paved sewer water conditions can't make plac mighty tinued. hears gas manager listened bronson, fuel explain thij necessity increased rates, tuesday night. listening questions, half hour, wished longer consider matter taking action. bronson said rates increases cost servicing customers. cited illustration ridgeville engineer's estimates revised upward times completion job. asked councilman schaeffer result failed rate ordinance. "two things possible. one, ordinance bj satisfactory second, company file utilities commission. either event tq engineers attorneys prosecute defend highly expensive, probably not. enters deal forced fake measure," told council. announced reappointment frank cemetery trustee, reappointed mays police mayor's showed ?827.30 collected fines, $02.00 fees. overheated stove caused fire miller mon. five o'clock evening, department cook put kitchen, started stove. damage ?100 estimated. cold, cold ground"), ono lawyers western period senator generations rowans 1922 madge rowan frost, reside estate, sold popular subscription condition preserved shrine. kentuck ians descendants loved songs contributed sums ?65,000 collected. restora tion begun. commission" yearly appropriation tor upkeep preserving grounds round about. i3 best something occurred thero 1852, object purpose commission represent fed' eral everything nearly beautiful wei size, lighting,! beat. cooperation we! shopping center," con-l rawley, secretary thol chamber commerce,! spoke commu nity cooperation. lorainl neighbor,! anything effected lorain. "cooperation accomplish! effectively dividuals. competitors formerlyl afraid get fori fear divulge trade! secrets. common." illustrated change story exchanged dollars each dollar, ideas each! instead one. rawley to' analyse tioned primary questions tol answered. "who want! reach? why terested? how speak them?" self analysis worth-while selling others. large advertisers information, onl base campaigns. dol well follow example. "advertising tasks perform, create picture, give de- finite facts judgement, sug gest manu facturers, too, crowd adver-l tlsing too material. smaller amount copy space ads attractive. try featuring nothing.' holzhauer, pre-1 sented committee's advertising, agreed present. warren wright, cobb's, saying bargain, suggested further stimulus flor banks open minor advocated stores afternoon, saying, "let's town, let's mon day, tuesday, wednesday, thurs sunday! town." hosp. bd. next 25, hospital hall, beginning 7:30. terms expire henry miller, robert leimbach wesbecher. are' expired fritz, secretary: parker, michael, lahiff. stitution given. unlike 'other mqarp, danger having due lnsuffi-l clent funds, levy! passed. matron emily dean. registered nurses, a88lst- ants domestics. end invited au courant c1't' meets tuesd i. maxwell erl hers com , her a-l, 2, .... . ... t m&wjl
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-01-22|
|Date of Original||1937-01-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-01-22 19 4|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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