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; v the amherst news-times volume xvii, number 21 friday, april 19, 1935 sandstone center of world vfl 00 our part main l ( washington: news letter versatlons wlh administrative officers and planners reveals that fear political consequence is re-larding establishment a vast pnrtnral state machine to auo nearly five millions in work eliet money recently voted by ongress. ideas which prevailed ftng long debate on this measure have either been revamped or discarded aa new complicated situations arose. herbert hoover's private conferences with republican leaders industrial giants east during last two weeks contributed considerably spirit caution now prevailing official washington. former president's intimate knowledge wastes abuses under deal relief indicates current program public works will provide major campaign issue ifpr next year. therefore, sober-minded democratic chieftains, an eye future, are at juncture endeavoring speed easement unemployment but checking closely shortcomings oil personnel adsinlstration end taint scandal imay .be 'localized eliminated. meanwhile, governors, mayors others calling for what they believe their share stupendous fund. realization high: school graduates voters tomorrow sufficient place senators representatives bost,behavior week. thousands youngsters here easter holidays cherry blossom season. not as welcome small army jobseekers marching lawmakers patronage. public-work loaded chances favoritism. applicants congressional '"pull" usually misled impressive introduction stationery. employment officials catalogued these applications so few jobs given out unless legislator appears person demanding berth his constituent. if highly controversial labor items could be eliminated, there no doubt tihe nra bill pending congress bo put through without delay. organized battling power over workers employers legislative snarl grows each day. social security scheme establishing system old-age pensions insurance before house -representatives. many know fate bills much do return halls. dust storms played' havoc arid regions southwest probably influence farmer legislation more tlhan best laid plans planners. domestic situation claims attention body. tocsins war sounded europe unquestionably expediting consideration laws directed toward munitions makers. southern bloc wanting use funds benefit payments cotton farmers may upset steam-roller tactics secretary wallace behalf amendments giving him enormous powers processors farm products. discovery immense investment reserve church fraternal groups bonds utility-holding companies counteract drastic regulatory than all legal arguments. particular protests against utility undoubtedly inspired management only fairness bondholders faced great shrinkage values. naturally watch step voting wipe seriously devaluate savings placed religious organizations suffiently fortunate extra dollars till. striking "big business" series -punitive measures, legislators radical turn mind astounded learn how pet schemes reality harm little fellow. ip st. peter's evangelical i special good friday german service held morning 10:00 o'clock, holy communion served. services begin sun-rise af 6:30 communion. feature solo mrs. karl kaloy, elyrla. served service. regular 10:30, pastor's sermon topic, "the death deaths". congregational tonight (thursday). sunday charge mary-martha class. includes musical numbers. 10:45 also numbers, reception members. rev. f. e. eastman's topic be. "power resurrection". methodist sunrise 7 o'clock. celebrated 11:00 o'clock be, risen christ". numbers sung choir, resurrection" heavens telling". paul's lutheran .. "behold lamb god" ot rj p. bosso friday. celebration announcements received thursday afternoon evening. 8' a. m. churches join protestant (friday) union church, beginnllng 1:30. uniting are: evangelical, first methodist, amherst, south amherst. observance service, day, business houses close between 1:00 3 tho speaker arthur does-cher, cleveland, super-annuation fund church. does-cher came post lost october, following conference he was elected. formerly pastorates elkhart, ina. choir columbus man talk monday open meeting, everybody being invited, garden club night high gymnasium. victor rels, extentlon columbus, address meeting on, outdoor living room". art tolhurst, president club, hoping large attendance has asked non-members well members attend meeting. starts rehearsals band, consist village combined agreement men's association, hold practice week thursday, 25th. miss dorothy jones, music director school, band. about 26 players make up purpose band consolidation give one complete called events. concerts summere scheduled resurection day resurrection, soul found around grave redeemer, soldier ground. when magdalene mary went looked in, unafraid; saw angel sitting, dressed white, where christ had laid. whom you seeking? bended knee, it's your savior, gone galilee. go tell diciples, shall see did command, it till nail holes hands. were caused understand; preached gospel people land. like brothers, taught together baptisted few. let us remember glad coming saviour 1 o guide way. comimunion english 10i emery redman ruth hoffman sing duet. evening, saturday sunday's sermons, both engish german, angels message". scout master jim gelwlchs, assistant lorain, spoke boy scouts, local american legion civic committee town hall wednesday night. explained circus sandusky 26th. l"egion committees met gelwichs development movement discussed. george schroeder, commander elmer johnson post, thanked cooperation fostering expressed themselves determined succeed headquarters tenney ave. rapidly .being prepared occupancy, year get full swing. always danger thousand .people feel within stir poetry, try write it. cc adam hahn r. menz entertained women's union, circle three, wednesday. home hahn. pythian sisters tuesday hour's drill preparation inspection month. 8 mr. ed schwitzki dinner supper honor daughter, doris, who member confirmation class sunday. betty jean northeim, infant daughter harry norman dale becker, son baptised rickel sunday' morning. -w. wornack. week' b'osse tend northern ohio cleveland. t(he from thurs mathews (thursday) 7:45, preach topic. royal feast". haul rubbish away today (thursday friday) collection days residents into containers can handled man, leave them curb, collector dump. mayor pointed hauled residents. removed .today must owner own expense. council designated free winter's tin cans other articles order present clean appearance possible easter. citizenship started evening p .m. registration anyone interested. brief interest dr. henry weichel, graduate osteopathy surgery kirk.sville, mo., visited parents, williami james miller, i. g. maxwell thomas bruce hostesses hour followed eastern star lodge legion, meet holle, c. dolde assisting. ladles' aid society parlors. 10:30 ric-kel's "invested immortality", taken cor-15:53, using moffet translation. after young people's 6:30, william huttonlocher leader. 7:30 short meditation pastor. joseph's saddest, yet most beautiful roman catholic solemnized joheph's inaugurated blessing palms sunday, palm mass (thursday), procession transferred blessed sacrament altar side reposed adoration. tonight, 7:30. tomorrow, th0 mass1 pre-sanctified solemn lead back altar. 12 stations cross beginning 2:15. also. water candles take begining 8:15 foodstuffs mass. masses said 6 second 10. child-rens' mens' other. draws crowd hundred twenty-six confirmants attended annual reunion .the total excess 400 people. elizabeth nickel, 1869, oldest continuant was1 presented potted plant. seven fiftieth anniversary class, 1885, present, white carnations. were: louis kothe, anthony dellefield, frank rahl, charles schulz, nipper, katherlno maur-er, minnie morehouse. sliver 1910, represented gerber, oberlin, carnation. evening's presentation candle maker john's" senior league. buzzards mica profited hog slaughter. morris catron, admit-ted gates hospital because deformity back, reported road recovery. condition firsmhought incurable, doctore cure affected. lad able time although acquitted june 20, 1932 record sanders officially clear obtaining false pretenses until yesterday county prosecutor howard butler discovered case listed "pending". verdict recorded records tuesday, clearing charge. viola keonan, absent her duties third grade teacher illness, room' tuesday. passes peddling ordinance passed reading would require distributors handbills, samples kinds advertising material secure license distribution. fee $2.00 per charged distribution begin. bar, paid, shopping papers, every kind, peddled house-to-house. merchants enterprises exempted payment fee. does become effective three times. play nights (thursday, 25) definite, possibility hospital, nights, according wolf, association. wolf ticket sale very encouraging might result night, progressing rapidly. program, "as stands, follows: act consists old-time songs harland brown bob burns, elyria gene marie news-times. play. inter mission sword dance agnes henry, bag pipe accompaniment by. mackie. between-act vocal joseph specialty dances annette myers dancing pupils. change made cast, stands is: munson, played robert strohmeier; rice, d. yentzer; ted heath, innes; updown, robertson; rose upton, la-hlff; vivian tupper, courance sausaman; pat, edwards; aunt maria wales, jeanne mcgarvey; uncle enoch rowe, h. monger; susie semple, franklin; sammie somple, gilbert becker; hannah hardy, florence brucker hezekiah glenn blackford. homes prevent fires fire prevention yards hand hand, declared al. stiwald, chief week, commenting upon spring clean-up campaigns. "in 1933 earless housekeeping loss ?850,966 united states alone. pays itself cents general upkeep assisting economic recovery", said. firo generally thought connection campaigns, fact regardless. improvement similar addition promotes health sanitation, accident safety, stimulates business, and, some extent, relieves unemployment", ho majority start basements, attics, closets places whore un necessary cumulations combus tible materials allowed pile up. direct cause spontaneous igni tion accumulations com bustible favor matches, cigar ettes any chance spark, dance, jointly auxiliary entire public, russ molllson orchestra furnish music, old times program. matter passing coun-cllmen request .business men barred places, principally oberlin ordinance. however, councibnen whether really wanted housewives, since refuse pass further readings housewives opposed councilmen inform sometime just attitude is. was: heard stiwald report wished shut off hydrants economy move ones turned least sacrifice greenwood cemetery, jackson st., woodhill drive jefferson postpone buying 300 feet one-half inch hose. amount hose consisted 1500 no. hose; l7000 2 j 500 sewer resolution condolence council, copy spread minutes, forwarded bereaved family, cromwell, councilman cemetery trustees. confirmed tbe nomination appointing trustees vacated cromwell. authorized streets sidewalks visit olive complained path across lawn used crossiing street railroad bridge. satisfactory whatever carry village's portion. v. rowley speak rowley, lorain chamber commerce, guest married wesleyan ihe i.huich guests following-the speaker's discus-: 'on entertainnumt games contests lunch liquor sold department webster's pharmacy closed store' remain usual, sold. liikewlse picture show going ad advise stores 1:30 3; husiness 1:30; (good th 'peter's
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-04-19|
|Date of Original||1935-04-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-04-19 17 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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