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the amherst news-times i: it- c i r is; ' ip 3t , - volume xvii, number 28 our washington; news letter washington june 12 various expeditions of thinkers are not getting far out maze confusion created by supreme court decision in nra case. sudden hursts inspiration which bring situation-saving plans nre usually squelched factual conditions this hard-and-iast rule laid down tribunal. as a consequence alphabetical agencies .established during last two years working twilight zone between shock an adverse ruling and now legislation to pave way for future activities. town is flooded with imperfect drafts proposed remedies. politicians doing their best confuse real issues'. haunting fear other nullifying decisions everywhere apparent. picture reigning chaos here may be pleaned from random notes private conversations official political quar ters. instance, they say cold-shower treatment handed new deal its first major legal test could have been avoided if mr. roosevelt had cabinet dared "no" projects evolved "brains-trust" particular, democratic leaders resentful that attorney- general, formerly national committeeman, did carry war into camps young untried lawyers who fashioned much emergency legislation. these critics contend two-fisted attorney-general should .pointed pitfalls even at t,he risk incur ring displeasure presl dent's "fair-haired boys", were happily engaged selling flheir ipet theories white houei peparc- ment justice remains aloof crisis when party chief tains feel .be consulted freely on questions before rushing laws con gress. another burning topic cloakrooms capitol hill "state rights" issue, once war- cry party. republican strategists digging public records dis' playing roosevelt's earlier views rights states intrusion federal government affairs. youngsters enjoyed free hand expert ments economic social philosophy inclined view constitution fossi lized document entirely keeping problems complex age. must necessarily depend loyalty southern democrats, he cannot lightly lay aslde ques tion state sov.ureignty. his aides moving all fronts escape qondtitutional limitations activities cen tral government. millennial dreams barristers economists 'been punc tured, but searching around more power. organized labor's stunt lam basting administration pro gram extending has puzzled. question arises tne probability os third movement trade unions marching under banners longs, townsenditss followers father coughlin. labor groups adhere threat american federation sponsor amendment constitution, then issue win ue cieany urawn. tiie suc cess campaign sort would definitely enthrone labor-controlled probably hasten dissolution parties units. anxiously awaiting president's reaction latest plan unions. there growing hostility toward tactics unionists pending ground seek great power immunity same itime. program effect making cheif executive change about going (public ito amend u. 8. constitution. school repair work jtied up whether fera painting remodeling building will go forward summer or wait until next fall depends upon attitude relief authorities. project already approved ready done, operative nt present time workers permitted only certain hours month. skilled men able do very large, each man can limited small amount accomplished. mechanics small, unskilled large. required calls help doesn't man, incidentally neither does it get completed. supt. f. r. powers was hopeful done dur ing vacation so cause least inconvenience, accomplish seems bit doubtful. 19 recieve diplomas youths received commencement exercises held st. joseph's church parochial sunday night girls 7 boys class. james dellefield annual parent-teacher association award highest scholastic grade. average 96.5. chester kelleher second 94.6 while cella ward 92. gifts presented eischen. following diplomas: dellefield, cheater kelleher, harry dietz, harold nlesen, william b, youngless edward zink, ber-nlce abraham, helen attie, christine boer, florence brennen, josephine. dyblnski, stella gamblsh, dorothy kerplcs, elsie kovach, agnes schmitz, ida truscello celia ward. garden club meeting monday evening hall. no speaker feature answer box. roll call answered "what now". afternoon make tour near gardens. members wishing requested meet hall 1:30 p. an. burt shotton rochester shotton, amherst's representative baseball again actively connected game. week appointed manager red wings, member louis cardinals farm chain. heen since season served coach cincinnatti reds. wings ternational league pre sent seventh place, 10 games place 5 game sixth place. soccer soccer, used extremely popular here, being revived. card scheduled brandt's park. german-american team lorain pitted a-gainst harmonie cleve land one lor ain german cleveland heights boots other. latter bo interest sport lovers. walter michael, ralph stark eddie hess play while" albert fhe club. grudge battle furnish plenty thrills. rangers ride waves w-fcopeye, rough sailor right 11 home m "crows nest lookout ohio forestry department castle hill, ironton. stiff wind whistles through tall trees- lawrence county, wooden box-like affair bobs though atop main mast yankee clipper sea. perched 40 feet above top mighty oak tree, serves observation point vast forest area. months, fires common due abundance dried leaves, keep 24-hour vigil daily lookout, section. telephone installed waterproof box lookout. sign fire, word flashed nearby points marshal fire-fighting forces. service similar lookouts established many part president reforestation program, which- construction 12,000 miles line. door services series outdoor evangelical church. planned continue ser vices throughout guest week. sanctuary fixed back parsonage where tennis stood. stone altar pulpit prettily decorated wild flowers. constructed rev. rlckel, george liphardt clifford cross erected made elmer baxter. j. dallas spoke dedicatory sunday. music furnished brass quartet comprised marjorie ric-kel herbert van keuren, trumpets, vernon trlntor trombone frltsch, baritone. rlckel keuren" also played "the bells mary's." hennlger a. peter tiffin took services. invited attend honor class 1935 twenty graduates paro chial became alumni tuesday banquet. supper ladies meal, short talks given, represented. those virginia wesbecher, 28; andrews, 29; hugh mcgarvey, 30; frank 31; schmldtz 32; so-lack, 33; michael drosdowskl, 34. prophecy read robert mccann. "gradatlm" (step step) list characters was1: allen rice, wilker; bates, thomas snezik; phillip horton, mccann; seldon, chas. zink? floyd degroat, donald franklin; josh hopper, drosdowskl; professor wise, fuhrman; alice morton, crete young; emma porter, louise chihay; lottie howe, mary george; jessie greene, clara acevez lena fur-bush, frances munlga; kate mcdonald, abraham. graduating stunts fuhrman acting toastmaster. talk given aproxlmately 85 115 attendance. hold picnic 1934 banquet saturday wednesday vermilion lake. asked come friend. friday, 14, nautical legs heart balm suit stirs we recently learned notorious nellie ely-is suing iprominent local bachelors, harmon beeslng, breach promise. case set 20 21 south. high 8:15 m. tried g. wlckens, assistant prosecuting attorney. beeslng represented howard butler, attorney county. date unable learn involved hut rumored prominent people trial another. john's-xoung people's holding important information release 21. start art parents children shown inclination art, wish them enroll children, exhibition students tomorrow (friday). begin 8 o'clock domestic science rooms school. general toa ttend exhibition. conducted david k. wilson, direction schools council. composed adults sessions regularly. arrangement night. children's started enroll. sufficient join, sketching classes mornings. enrollment free. tureen regular tho lodge rooms, large group present. rank esquire conferred candidates strawberry cake monday. committee knights met pythian sisters sup per life grounds families families. rapidly formation among lodges expected the! sometime townsend 'night horn residence july 1, mrs. beach, park ave., open her members. stiwald seeks term mayor e. c. mayoralty race seeking reelection. known evening. time, clear field primary although es-plrants mayors office 6:30 (friday) file intention running. incumbents re-election. councilmen re-election dr. h. w. powers, schaeffer, john egeland, henry kane. tolhurst t erm board affairs charles miller running clerk. against holders minute rush anticipated committeemen. lucy roemer filed treasurer arthur baur election side, cooper head candidate mayor; according conrad zilch, chairman meeting, omitted ticket, prevailed him run. choice unanimous. are: robertson, clerk; kuss treasurer; tom fin-negan, nord, sabiers, ed menz, alex cameron, council; sam wragg, zilch lawrence, .public republicans aro organizing robertson temporary group. grads gym. meal ladles congregational junior acted waiters. colored decorations japanese lanterns transformed gym riot color colors, green gold extensively. miss grace purcell chair evening, leading singing presiding business meeting. map kelch standen elected take bod-mann whose terms expired. charge stanley hart, editor warren tribune-chroniclo. address welcome de livered response delivered ray cox, '26 spent past five havanna, cuba gave told cuban cus toms, particularly uic newspapers. v 1 o lin selections misses dres-chler, hope mcciaflln mae accompanied jones. dancing enjoyed. 1910 celebrated 25th anniversary ten living district 1920 1932 well youth s. veterinary fleming, son o. amherst, college medicine, leave-tomorrow (friday montgo mery, ala, appointment bureau animal industry. ho duties 17th. class, fleming member, graduated attended exercises. some what 1000 bucks, say, "i don't know, 111 ask my wife." sandstone center world hospital donation thank women airs. wolf, chairman. women's organ. ohio. dear wolf: permitting us inter every member. wo undersigned trustees express appreciation hard noble accomplished person taken "in good old time." finances $4cc.o receiv graciously donated your institution greatly assist operations. you rest assured conservative measures ex- funds. yours truly, ass'n. signed : parker, pres. vice wesbecher ebbs robt. l. leimbach lahiff slack fritz, sec'y. celebrate 4th dinner commemorating organization peter's crowd approximately 200 democrats surrounding communities attended. oponed prayer schmidt. group; art. tolhurst, assisted forming club; oster elyrla, officers; grafton; county commissioner davidson kipton government; smythe praised campaigns; former joseph connolly support gov. davey thus far. introduced city officials marguerite reilly, committee, "party organization". announcement sponsored 23 crystal beach. house, byrnes congressman dow harter principal speakers. grown nine membership over 100. guests bluffton several collego concert included capella choir, string quartette, org trumpet groups. witnessed may-pole danco crowning queen. danco, nord solo dance. thespians. "twelfth night" cox lead malavlio. minor role production. attending sons. eric evan; russell stauffer, tisdale, daughter berger. day year. schultz yesterday mcnichols indians, stating because lajge ball care requests towns outside cleveland". addition hopes school, built project, result conference elyrla saturday. front building, entrance. stories high, sand stone. upper floor divided education health examination room. superintendent's enlarged provide larger waiting said anticipating books. comes shelves along walls room become both book needed superintendent. examinations frequently, wherever found. necessary cabinets equipment. lower section contain study relieve overcrowded condition juniors seniors. stage dramatics practice work. difficulties ov ercome approved. without funds purpose secure government, furnishing materials. however, efforts locally approval line wishes construct permanent buildings. after saturday, reported having chance any final approval. day. da observed dl-spensed 'with entire iod commemcing devoted pageant miscellaneous classes. "ambassadors peace", written especially picts missions. charactors missions, homer rickel; mars, clyde rosenkranz; girl, elaine springer; muriel peaco, lonis gaehr; church, beverly bruce. 50 cast pageant. includes prelude orchestra; hymn, congre gation, invocation, "a convincing welcome", nancy kaser; "roses", barbara tab-bert; flowers greeting", lucille frank; friend jesus", paul bechtel; song, "my clock", department; "little bits", snyder; song happiness, som-mers; "by radio", betty werner; duet, jean lavonne muller; "pleasant news", diane tabbert; lou lightfoot; piece", kenneth "sympathy", thelma baxter; solo, careful", esther sick; "children's day," sally lee kreegofr; robin" moore. ware chiirch wltli ot taking program. opened hymns, followed entrance beginners departments basement pansy harris wag organ usher. auditorium.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-06-14|
|Date of Original||1935-06-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-06-14 17 28|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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