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the amherst news-times volume xvii, number 10 thursday, january 31, 1935 j sandstone center of world wt do our part v washington: news letter washington, 30-thero rim at 1pnt. a rtnrftn nr ttiore men women having hobby, ratification which requires am to attend all public hearings senate and house commlt- sesv if average citizen had inclination time ac company theise folks, he would probably obtain hirds eye view what is going on in washington it true that most testi mony, especially technical jfa questions, usy.illy far beyond comir,elhenslon little old ladies who sit, sometimes knit, but always lislwn. views organized groups regard pending legislation are presented these committee hearings. more important work or revising proposed measures debating implications printed tes timony transacted behind closed doors. misled belief! oratory house. floor decides fate oft various measures. , you joined ranks this self-appolnted" audience week tour hearings, find growing sentiment senate, against bestowal not only additional executive power, also legislative pow ers president. many sena- tore feel passing four billion dollar relief bill practically gave chief blank check. therefore, has under preparation amendments curb delegating distinctly congressional au thority mr. roosevelt. there other may their way final draft, such as. restriction federal government's competition with private enterprise carrying out ie-normous works program limiting wages paid government projects prevailing as a(imeans protecting labor supply farmeirs. knowledge congress how will be spent tip special message transmitting reports national resources board. president paid, "a substantial portion sum 'be used for objectives subjected report". some talk capitol hill about necessity plugging, loop-holes administration. dharge been laid door post office department they deliberately encouraging petty graft expense taxpayers by refusing cooperate -with local committees. checking banks loan associations possible administrators determine whether applicants funds food actually need just chiseling. drawback fair enforcement credited unwillingness" reveal information amount money deposited postal savings accounts certain individuals applying funds. agencies claim abide practices required an easy matter separate grafting element from picture. have inumerablo cases reported where foreigners, instance, known lhave were receiving weekly entitled. gained leaps bounds after bank failure march, 1933, so today than one one-quarter billions is, deposit 2,562,082 depositors. circle three was entertained monday st. ann's society ihomo mrs. peter wdhlever her home franklin ave. last even ing. short business meeting lidd followed playing five hundred. w. j. bod-mann winner high honors, olivia wiegand received second award. twelve guests served lunch. next meet mrs bodmann garden club gets crowd 130 people attended annual banquet amlherst held gjun congregational church mon day night. dinner seven o'clock. minature rock gardens, gardeta paths decor ated tables, creations l. mltiska clifford. aid three-course dinner, present vermil ion, wellington, lorain elyrla. evening's speaker c. m. shipman, willoughby, illustrated his hundred lantern, slides, showing close-ups single flowers vines. spoke thejopic, '.beyond path." colored slides declared beautiful exhibited anywhere. critics explain ed whereas colors: run into parts picture, pictures sliown shipman me-tricuously' colors touching picture 'intended for. said himself, could usethe sharply pointed end brush put color slide. during 'business a. r. tolhurst, club, called upon chairmen the" committees remarks. those responded were: august nabakowski, civic committee; miss stella krugmann, publicity; s. clifford, program; p. roth, chairman flower show fall. members invited hy mrg, harry shaw. tax licenses still being sold vendor's licensee ing issued county auditor's spite fact state sales several days old. tuesday 150 merchants took licenses, retailers who' taken reached 2,600. among licensed farmers, ped dlers, salesmen, garagemen, others whose strickly retailing, tout must ex pect continue "to sell. junior playlet school pre set patriotic fea ture feb. t. characters se lected rehearsals started direction missi arlene kelch. included t.hn uro gram selections orchestra, mar tha marion steele mary todd lincoln harld kunkle. plans march include lecture rev. f. e. eastman violin (by leo bremer. joint birthdays celebrated saturday birthday anniversaries good, amherst, erwin mauer, vermilion, jointly surprise party good cleveland uve. saturday. tables play hridge clifford peirce karl kop-penihafer winning first prize, consolation award won koppenhafer good. edith ehrman galloping prize. decorated valentine designs ml white, cake red candles each table refreshments served. floyd maclntyre c hostesses. live thnt vmii- . rfww. ucibuuulo regret seeing empty mov- ik van uuckcu up your door. general dawes picks june flnnrpmilnn oninjij month remarrying prosperity. almost any married woman country one-man job. - concordia "the ghost walks" title given paul's lutheran february 20 21. lias efforts' young actress carry terms uncle's keep llie poultry iarm dhe inherited. because weird happenings she farm led believe "evi. influence" working scare iwny comedian wife, 'who played stock companies actress, try help solve mystery, cause considerable munnr. new orker's snobbish aunt und th'i sirl wishes him marry, well .itagu ftruck girl, add conivl 'cations, say nothing betsy, colore 1 girl. says bible misused book prove every contention man shown third series sermon subjects j2. sunday morning. topic be, carefully studied th. world." "people make ouiga boards bible. prove, support klnd'of isni unchilstlon fad seen. slavery, liquor traffic, war, contentions support. no abused, misused, mis understood bible," sermon. take verses bible, putting them together, alble unbelievable contentions. "it quote suicide proper should done immediately", say. "of course nev er intended construed manner, hut distorted misquoted effort rediculous contentions", "there essential truths pointing christian living, 'that wayfaring man, though fool, err therein'," john schmink preach here schink schmlnk, sulli van, charge mission services begin beginning 10th continuing until 17th. evening except evening. schmlnk formerly assistant secretary conference ohio, pastor tho columbus. mass flammer, elyria, address meetiing here, night 8 arranged townsend revolving age pension club. invited. english 8:30 peter's evangelical church, german 10:30, accordance .plan month. large crowd, out-of-town, toy st joseph's hall. ladles methodist regular joseph baxter, east st, wednes afternoon. fantan diversion when nelson pippert courant reappointments made col. lynn black, superintendent highway patrol, frank west, registrar motor vehicles bureau, reappointed jaster, jr., director. black head patrol since its establishment late 1933. west directed activities bureau fpr past months. prompted efficient administrations respective departments. p 'h 'he jurisdiction department. lunches taxed board education refused confused contradictory rulings taxing commission attorney general. ruled cafeterias taxable law, while lunch rooms taxable. decided follow ruling collecting thie cafeteria. neither ibe collected sale text books, supplies. declaring schools collect tax, explained impossible, permit parochial free therefore determined pay tax. general, however, board, political subdivisl-slon, subject plan formulated sodality hold hall 1. following meeting, memlbers enjoyed "cootie"; ann abraham score trophy. anna truscel-lo consoled. hostesses misses cecelia schmitz, dorothy fuhrnnan, helen giedlinski. game delicious luncheon members. american legion auxiliary 14th card k. hall, invited, games played. brief items interest tuesday. honors went henry plato, matthew lawless. hostess 12 games. bo hamann. sohool teachers -st. parlors democratic women's met wolf wednesday held, social hour. joshua nixon, brownhelm, george parker, park ave., wero admitted hospital monday. courts uphold barber code court cit evidence determina tion enforce ohio code. common pleas judge lindsay, tuscarawas county, jus tice cross, troy, schwab judges rendered decisions upholding case price-cutting complaint, violation hours, prices com plaint, latter injunction emforcing sought. result authority taking steps bring state-wide compliance inaugurating drive. radio equipped covered 4 "known" short-wave receivers direct indirect contact fiv-station network, census report completed communications division revealed. total 791 constitutes listed sots monitored either directly unit through municipal unit. 'tho report, according superintendent, shows increase police authorities throughout state. before radio, practice sheriff's telephone big towns nearby occasion hunting fugitives arose. now constable small town becoming vital hunt criminals statewide hook-up. baby boy born howard kneisel council parlord meeting. two session william wilker, n. main rickel officiated the, funeral zellner, cleveland, zilch rites friends relatives lorain, berlin heights mitlwanga, bur- ial brownhelm cemetery. study tlie g. nord afternoon, responding roll call subject, "clebritles we seen." h. ludwig paper "sam houston"; story pioneer" (shaw) rice; walt whitman amy lowell poems read leuszler ii. powers entertain 18th, "drama ludwig, beach, i. hubbard, lucy uoemer, leuszler, powers, james nlcholl, foster, weshecher, alex ander, harold penton, maxwell, charles hostess, nord. honor couple annivers'y golden wedding anniversary bacon, rd., township, "open house". celebration son lloyd bacon. fred huron, assisted celebration. open period 125 guests' received. refreshments. eight years couple" lived iowa, have" entire life brownhelm. along austin andrews 55 years, ben bacon 57 honored them. unable service ill health. lumber increased 59 per cent stockholders friday noon. menz, manager, prospects year looked bright due financing housing act. adjourned friday, 22nd, transaction further business. dance time." slogan athletic proved success adopted same eagles jantz colorful orchestra again furnish music. band best section favorite music lovers. b. egeland store ege-land 243 saturday, announcement egeland. retail line paints wall papers, serve contracting give "drums death" 'given drama church. norwood hearn, cast another scheduled tonight (thursdy). are: melvin schwartz, innes, kenneth alexander, mckensie, d. yent- zer, clair yentzer,- geoffrey monger grace hubbard. pupils get skin test children amhersts receive mantoux, test, infected tuberculosis gorms, tomorrow (friday). health officials sdhool morning, requesting signed parent guardian. given. percentage reacted indicating presence dlfl7. ease. tests hundreds x-rayed, serious wer.o gien treatment. families unablo care sent camp summer. injecting few drops serum skin. condition indicates wfaether not. found child family doctor notified parents asked consult "with cooperation very early ever become active spread disease. diagnosis careful supervision enventually eliminate tuberculosis," 6ald dr. dew, physician. feeds, teach's india natives columbus, jan. 31 northern university alumnus, sam higginbottom, lhas successfully combined teaching agriculture religion. finding effective missionary raise enough eat, higginbottom came america 1909 state's college agriculture. then returned india, prepared teach better living het'ter life. 600-acre model farm, learn crops. agricultural conducted there. higgenbottom allahabad, experiment station 90i doing research mls- sicnary-farmer-educator leper asylm caring 600 patients, addition superintend or-hange boys glrla despite a-chlevements credit, alumnus says, "i havo life, i greatly poorly equipped. my job too ibig youth osteopathy welchel, graduate school, hl3 degree kirksville colloge osteo pathy surgery," kirksville, mo., week. welchel grad uated 1925. connected physiology laboratory seved season physician football team ho expects return sisters celebrate phyllis lucille birthdays. sisters, apart ages, both uuiu uu r euruary ist. phylllss la eiltht vearn nlil on? t.t.nlii. ii.sa hrlnnv airanlni 11. v. birthdaya mss. carmean, grafton, close family.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-01-31|
|Date of Original||1935-01-31|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-01-31 17 10|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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