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p.:' a. , "o. the amherst news-times volume xvii, number 21 friday, april 26, 1935 sandstone center of world wl do our mkt i. .57frtj kr: washington news letter washington, 26 spending nearly five billion dollars appeals to average citizen as an ideal job. yet small group men actually working out allocation 61 this money at if president's orders privately admit it is a nervo-wractung iask. unia ge sum camnot be dispensed ov ernight, for disbursements involve wealth detail which public has little knowledge. projects must bound econom ic value avoid waste and extra- vagence, proper cooperation with state agencies sometimes difficult owing bugaboo petty politics job-anongering. widening breach between na tional relief forces offers concrete example difficulties besetting agents. president roosevelt adopted now strategy means hastening important legislat ion through rebellious congress. rather than indulge in endless bicker over items affecting bickering administration, white house spokesmen capitol have compromised wherever possible. they want conflicting senate drafts ironed conference (where there 1b "a meeting minds" meaning those friendly ideas. omnibus banking bill will cut into three sections senate. real alterations evolved two legislative bodies, ladmjlnisttatlon leaders are passing word shorten hearings on all proposed measures order get these issues squarely before congress early date. consequence such troublesome nra extension measure, wagner labor disputes farm plans undergoing- severe pruning hands committees. may astound folks back home learn here first time that their spokesman scientific meth ods analyze sentiment district he represents. flood letters, telegrams postal cards from women inter ested pending legislation given many colons just plain headache. few clever outside halls sold harassed lawmakers service relives tension confusion. paltry dol iars outfit sort clas sify ne batch mall popular usually controversial matters. reports give" legislator statistical or possibly charted picture what mail imeans. idea its fancy only score subscrib ers nave oeen musted. great worry-saving scheme, but certain drawbacks experienced politician cannot af ford overlook. political influence letter-writers does not show "the statistics. shortcoming partially remidied by having secretaries familiar relative importance petitioners go cor respondence precautionary measure haunds turned loose. discussion provoked cabinet officers cross-purposes among organizod farmers refuses stilled glib explanations. secretary agriculture wallace been parading up down land telling his department doing benefit individual rural-lats ana especially uie iiuun co operatives. (of .state hull leading exponent "good neigndor policy international relations launched bitter attack agricultural interests, potato growers, because dared cllallenge tariff plans. feeling reached fever heat when official one powerful rural federations was boot "star chamber" reciprocity canadian matters conducted under guidance hull. peace-makers putting ont salve sore epots but' bo avail. legion honor lone c. w. veteran m h. e i s t memorial day program have- ' single civil war gets iway decoration day. captain li. stough sole survivor living soldier honors. observance being made elmer johnson post, american legion. arrangments charge lee womeck, george bruce, orval campbell, clyde donnelly john raesler, schroeder, edward moebius, dr. g. m. parker. last tuesday evening committee held organize select speaker. another commitee, annual school j. buer night bay ond girl oiearview, brownhekn selected receive award. friday organization sons veterans association were discussed, also boy scout movement tthe support local post. pappy 25th, asked buy popples some legionaire scouts attend circus ....amherst fireland's aerea tomorrow (friday) night. boys iwas definitely known, arrangements en business1 give transportation circus. efforts adult people this' week executives. "this opportunity parents iboys see doing, we possible circus", said naba-kowski, who interested himself movenment amherst. illustrate work phases acitlvitles. admission cents. is" hoped least twenty car loads am 'herst high auditorium sandusky. leave about 6:30. oberlin spring concert amherst's music lovers wending ways toward oberlln hear eventi combines talents senior glee clubs orchestra, auditorium. characters year's operetta, "rumplestilitskln", reproduction old fairy tale same name, chas. bechwith, lida roberts, eugene warner, mary waldecker james jones. addition accompanying render selections own. 3rd boat telephone lake freighter, third equipped system, telephone- radio communication. cleveland cllffe iron co. fleet, picked, according h, e. hageman, lorain company. f new system necessary communication pick receiver abroad tho boat.tho message carried where connections any for. let's go, america ! young wheel! high-powered cars speeding along highways clip never realized. boasted speed 45 miles hour junk heap, place stream-lined 80 90 miles-an-hour car. no, dillinger, plain, everyday noise maybe you don't know worst enemy capone, nor diuinger, other notorious criminal. none itself, (have harold r. berlin. york acoustical expert that. combatted something bullets. ihave fought science. "noise murders thought harmful health", says berlin nation's foremost chasers. mater ial member society america. no longer re garded evil business executives awaken ing fact unnecessary noises impair efficiency workers. true murderer thougfot proven loud generally sense hearing digestive increase blood pressure res piration. measured acous-1 1 r which' gisters decibles, decibel slight- missionery today all-day women's missionary societies evangelical denomination (thur-sray) evangtlical morning day's pro-church here. began gram started 10:00 o'clock. misslonery groups lorain, huron, ceylon, sandusky.brown-helm, south ridge attending. rev. l. hill, india, furlough speaker morning. 12 o'clock noon luncheon served church, afternoon session 1:30 miscellaneous nature short addresses. next sunday sermon topic rickel be, sacrifice", taken romans, 12. circle st. ann's st, joseph's church enter tained mrs. charles henry her st monday evening. ladies decided hold quilttng bee hall, thursday 2. meet weeks frank kovacb. florence gall grace farschman hostesses members areme club wednesday masonic rail. democratic eve ning 29, clayton young. orlngally scheduled night, postponed activities. est change sound human ear can dlstlnguish. hnimnn . ence flguers, registers more 120 decibles. science coming point ably combat forbees wide-spread use deafening equipment resultant inefficiency. county council auxiliary wednesday, announced following regular tuesday. completing albert towne. margaret krieg, mable mcdermott thomas bruce. jm.iparker, jr. -was elected fill office vacancy caused resignation emma lons-brough. menz f. koch second vice presidency respectively. named confer matter arranging date tureen supper jointly. serving harry wolf, michael arthur hamel. fish fry originally planned tuesday, meeting. fifth elyria 9. during social prizes awarded mesdames hamel, cahl, william hutton wllker. edwards, ella stanley minor, hostesses, then entertained french grille, retired orchestra opera bohemain girl" included musicians. miss hope mcclaflin drechsler, violinists. brief interest bible study class convened 7:30 walter bechtel mr. horn jeannette humlston, lake-wood, visited residence lloyd krieg leonard wragg enter-tained ladles aid methodist enure 5d&49ax gfttr noon. union peter's j&urch (thursday) ot hanvann, gardeu hears v.c.ries "an outdoor llvingroom" subject illustrated lect ure prof. vlctar ries, ohio university horticulturist, monday's garden club. which, auditorium, well attended thusiasts plied rles questions conclusion talk. using illustrations correctly incorrectly arranged gardens, pointed planning planting. thing beauty merits considerable forethought planning. why truly livable it? asked. held, tolhurst would make pilgrimage chance creek sunday, 6. expected wear clothes town hall lawn p. soerheide speak soerheide, superintendent city mission, cleveland, topic, "broken vessels" community gathering evannel- ical 1st. heard hundreds residents past years. speaks daily 8:25 8:45 every so frequently feel acquaintanshlp him. include several quartette numbers by" jail birds" composed four guided soer heide, giving mission. appear stripped uniforms prison inmates. won large listeners. entire sponsored brotherhood church. ladies' extended invitation atteend charge, free offering taken, offoring proceeds fountain pens blades 3.50 waterman's pen saturday kuss drug store purchase 2 packages razor costing 89c. sale hours only, 8 until 10 oj latest sacless style, write 25,000 words filling. patrons, take advantage sale, advertisement news-times. worth $2.61 purchaser. fred berger assisting hostess. weseyan tne aietnoaist guests married people's cless interesting talk educational, religious condition philllpines given, games played. refreshments served. firemen wives .will enjoy fire promptly metinc nf fhn herst townsend 6th the. henry, expect capacity crowd play "class night" s. '35 discussed preliminary commit tee after school. committee, met kathryn murry, advisor.also formulated dlstinc-ion connection assembly exercises 24. looked while physics had railroading. assembled tracks conduct various experiments rails. junior skating party moose colis eum students attended. distinction earning brought merited holiday room taught gaehr. ends season year appointing de legates lakeside july, wound activltes sea son,monday ludwig lincoln street, again sept. 1c. convene nicholl. responded roll call "my favarite star" tonic. "notable movies" papers pra- pro followed. foster read paper outstanding year," betch works longfellow lowell. award came cided presentation penton nord. appointed delegates conference. powers, nresldent: alexander, president: mrs penton, secre tary; maxwell, trea surer. present final deach, foster, gillman, gillette, hubbard. nord, nicholl, ada purcell, leusler, mrs.h. i'owers, lucy roemer, rice, good, wesbecher, milo ken-delgh, oberlln, guest hostess, ludwig. open dorloson grocery confectionary store, corner ave. main (friday). groceries candy, dorlosan operate cities gasoline pump. sundays. guilty bus effort hault motorists pass stopping busses deputy sheriffs besan drive against offenders. arrested fined found justice joseph o. petro. drivers. xicdon- lakewood peter butler cincinnati pleaded guilty, cases disposed justice, recent appealate court ruling pleas traffic referred grand jury. both drivers passed bussee headed them. ignorance law ajh except stopped eohool rear. tonight showing play. "in good summer time", ambers hospital. door sales expected. drama farce comedy, staged cast. rehearsals weeks. precedent nights considered possibility, cast able profits hospital keeping institution help tax funds enable continue fall without need year. programs printed week. cover piece contains linolium engraving dave wilson used thit publicity drive. pictures nurse outstretched appealing act tonights entertainment harland brown bobbie burns, gene marie series song numbers. be. followed actswlll sword dance " agnes bag pipcac-,. companiment adam mackle, vocal solo specialty dances annette mayers dancing pupils. melvin schwartz di-" rector robert strohmeler, d. yentzer, innes, robertson, lahig, courance sausaman, jeanne mc-garvey, monger, franklin, gilbert becker, brucker glenn black-ford. noon-day cliir banquets players tlttv klnml,. u ui iae am-nerst school's basketball team noonday listened dinner sneerh hr u.. -n.. iwj, vuuora, coach western reserve university, talked u, """jinea bannimt whai, - .v.n wan aerv-ed evanvalgellcal parlors, team. nrilnt master, introduced patter-son. grandfather talks n7 hubbard, russell stauffer n. hearn special musin tn fi u-bion furnished compos-ed krause nelson raesler. eroup joined selections. bury pioneer t. hurlbut ntnn w avoauojlik vicinity, burled lnei t?u rnuuy wun services' late middle ridge. k-lllmsn congregational offi- wim musical tl tt ttan oa sdrintrnr tioi xutltm ridgelawn cemetery conrad zilch. auxiliary's ash fry, evening, indefinitely held. mrs, krieg. lost world, regard life.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-04-26|
|Date of Original||1935-04-26|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-04-26 17 21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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