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the amherst news-times volume xvii, number our washington news letter washington, juno 19 extracting choice olives from a narrow-neck bottle with fingers is relatively easy task compared to president roosefelt's .problem in rescuing favored pieces of legislation congressional junk-heap. blow administered by judiciary recent nra test case has given many rebellious democrats itho much-needed excuse run out party loader. these law-makers talk iprivately" that situation was timely and made ao order. not even prospect patronage public works program pacifies rebels who are anxious close shop rush back. homo folks. y effect seething undercurrent on capitol hill -will be shortening present session force adjournment later than july 15. plagued job-seekers pro paganda their districts, legislators displaying frayed tempers. humidity heat now registering here play part increasing discomfort "the people's choice" duty senate house. this state mind obviously conducive good government. tendency take fewest possible measures jam bills through without he deliberation usually expected seldom given. con gressional leaders have known sentiment consequently nettled mr. roosevelt. so much concerned negligible republican opposition as growing dissension within ranks his own party. chances coercing elment do bidding decreasing day day. "whips" or vote-getters at discharged members turn deaf ear appeals for cooperation. roosevelt determined sapping operation will restrict scope utility regulation bill. matter special attention presumbly because deep-seated personal animosity interests. fortunately purpose, burgling companies and' shady financial deals other years brought outfits traps. central bank idea which also closed heart chief executive fared well thank unswerving attacks doughty senator glass, former secretary treasury wilson administra tion. administration wholesome respect . power outspoken virginian sway colleagues. speculation turns o methods -which utillz- ed "sell" new country. considering millions spent an endeavor make nation "blue eagle conscious", observers feel admlnistra' tlon adopt plan another insignia testifying coopera tion federal government recovery measures. doubt expressed advisability whooping it up along lines used gen. johnson. experience showed too hurrah hurt people. roosevelt's thinly veil criticisms supreme court following opinion near- 'y wrecked deal agencies may rise haunt him. already seeds suspicion sprouting 'tnut go beyond na-a extension act developing social concepts so- 3nl values rders. procedure congress must necessari ly leave matters detail administration, actual applies law. mani festly impossible courts control such administrative acts ajudicatlng disputes arising alleged extra-legal use authority executive. freely predicted business groups derive cold comfort opinions legal advisors regarding curbing schecter delegation legislative branch clearly denounced highest tribunal. 29 lodge holds 25th birthday tho stone city chapter 325 o. e. s. celebrated its anniversary last night. seventy charter lodge, still living were guests honor there about 150 present. bertine foster, worthy matron her 1935 officers put elaborate welcome ceremony during recleved corsages silver certificates. response marian steele, behalf members. history j. cameron. alter meeting, grand march terminated long table decorated keeping occasion. large cake 25 lighted candles centerpiece. pink white color scheme carried favors candles. short talks gifen past matrons patrons. later, songs jof tlwentyj-flvte ago sung. first patron chapter, robert patterson popular local couple wed tuesday pretty ceremony, held st. joseph's church morning before flower bedecked altar, regina fuhrman became bride elmer schmitz. both young people church. rev. james eichen officiated ceremony. prior nuptial mass, joseph henry sang "on day, beautiful mother" "ave maria". approached miss agnes lahif played wedding music lohegrin. wore floor lenth gown satin she bou-bouquet roses, valley utiles ibaby's breat!h. dorothy fuhrman, sister maid organdie accessories match. bouquet roses baby's breath. arthur schmitz, groom's brother, acted best man while herbert brothejr th-6 ushor. reception followed bridal dinner served 1 p. m. home .the immediate families. colors ipink predominated decorations flowers throughout room. centerpiece brides three-tiered topped miniature groom. left immediately motor d. c. york city. after return they friends 179 herrlck ave. east wellington. schmitz employed manager fisher bros, store trustees warn trespassers folks cemeteries cut one point again warned practice stop. cemetery instruct sexton keep names all he.thfi momkhl , sees using purpose report them. action against each individual then taken. children worst offenders, according sexton's re port. going grounds often destroy vases pots, things reason trustee's action. trustee erect flag pole cemeteries. notice! dramatists interested dramatic work invited attend meeting congrega tional gym, tonight (thursday) 8:30 roi rr ttv j i observatory, housing second largest telescope world, gift mrs. punlap university toronto, ontario, memory husband. fully equipped, turned over dunlap 31. mirror giant moulded united states, polished england. consists solid block glass 76 inches diameter foot thick. weighs nearly 5,000 pounds. mounting set almost 30 tons. david observatory situated 15 miles! north toronto open visitor. most modern british empire charge dr. a. chant prof., r. toronto. out-door next week somthlng distinctly unique way entertainment offered thursday friday, june 27 28. "pattie" musical comedy, staged school grounds. outdoor offered! pleasure seekers since chauta-quas dropped itinerary. iplay being rogers producing co. under dorection w. sponsored community pplayers. hoped players able reorganize proceeds show final season tickets sold year ago, early fall. mary logan alexander ticket chairman. cast includes: pattie, courance sausman; bob randall, strohmeir; josle lahlff; fred saunders, bill robertson; winnie richardson, marie wllhelm; spike maloney, roy hoffner; caleb harper, burt monger; lord beasley, geoffrey monger, sarah smithers, jeanne mcgarvey; miranda mathews, grace maxwell lyman ro)ss, geotge cox. floyd hays jriano player. tennis fast nearing completion constructed high athletic field (progressing fast. been dug madp ready ,the crushed stone, ibase. asphalt surface, insuring wear. four constructed. wire netting la installed. done fera project. fill strawberries pythians literally "filled up" l iha ,. ' lt. ridge rd. bowls berries twenty-five atended, when serving eaten, serfing in. earlier evening two candidates knight rank. 9 game winning streak redman waldorf lagers attempt increase tonight. tonight, meet tie elyria hardwares tomrorow night lorain sinclair oils. games be-played groundu. 21, 4 graduate oberlin jtanherst vtudents-hetten lees, thelma mays, paul braun donald ludiwig- among 250 recieved diplomas 102nd annual com mencement exercises college, tuesday. daughter john degree, addition studies, .played women's band years, house basketball teams, appeared several times student's recitals. major french b. degree extra curricular activities clude member glee club chairman non-dorm club. don ludwlg ddd col lege geogra phy degree. college career, prominent athletics, e- cieving letters, football, base ball, basketball, volleyball handball. varsity "o" did chemistry. auxiliary card success american legion town hall great success. varied colored peonies. nineteen tables display. prizes awarded michael clarence kern bridge; august nabakowskl hugo truscello 500 wm. farell. det franklin moebius 66 won door prize. lunch committee. recieves honors ohio william purcell, son g. cleveland ave., closing days univer sity. commission officer's serve corps. dental bill, call him, elected omicron kappa upsllonary fraternity university. entertain ladies aid pansy harris mrs, lucy horn society gregatlonal parlors, wednesday, 26, no contests primary election year's dull lifeless. absolutely contest filed either side. thp only posslblo chance some life come tie-pond name written ballot, isn't very promising time. board friday had but single contest, democratic where men seeking three births affairs. ii. barber, tolhurst, art bauer wragg. barber asked withdraw race there. if law would permit move villago could save hundred dol- lars holding election. makes mandatory we'll it, although few visit polls apparently nothing vote for. republl cans complete slates, opposition, 'both assured 91 old today today. 20, amherst's residents. celebrating 91st birthday. tait does any ob servance ibut spend quietly daughter, stanley hull. talt born meigal scotland. 2"0th 1844. came country, .47 1888, settling jasper, minn. worked quarries jasper blacksmith until moving ago. boast sharpened tools buildings stone. always health active. proves big help granddaughter, especially wash days. less year, coming august, 2, 1934, likes much. planning making trip back minn, see friends, leaving week. soccer debut debut' sport sunday afternoon brandts park heights downed german 1. largo crowd bport lovers witnessed contest. team class outfit gorman rated clas3 b however playing field, new, handicapped teams. more scheduled fall, weather becomes little cooler. 7 7th, committee evnt decided monday afternoon. composed walter schultz, chairman, schaeffer, frank mlschka, thomas, nabakowskl, gerstenberger, ray sprague. mother resident dead word hero death short's northumfcland, bobbie spring england opportunity passed away. family intend time septem ber. sandstone center world scout stage concert saturday park. certs bo slimmer. appearance simultaneous ice cream boy scouts, asking sup port order secure funds support activities. scouts active months, taking interest town's welfare. assisting ing weeds garden planted wall tenney responded requests institutions. might carry cakes al donated boys appreciate receiving more, bakers wish contribute manner thankful. hold picnic met chambers. roll answered "what now". question swer box feature meeting. plans completed association, 10. start supper 5:30. friends. general discussion latter went tour gardens visited harry nicholls gardens, main charles hamel martin st; otto witto ave.; rickel gardens. install 01 newly eagles installed regular hall, thursday. drill teams freda rosenkranz installing officer rose lauer president. include elizabeth fackler, vice president; bahl, chaplain; pauline barck, conductress; ida schriner, secretary; maude treasurer; mata becker, inside guard ; cleo towne, outside guard; margaret schroeder, trustee; evelyn raesler pianist, florence ulrich, assistant pianist; edwards, captain. sandusky gathering am herst 27. hour eat strawberry shortcake reg ular advance bring season. brownhelm station church, wooster 1932 1933 associate 4th district ate having luncheon country those attending are: allsop, mori, howard dulmage, kaser, broslcker jack bruce. equip seats soon equipped seats. contract seating company township advertised bids chairs offers. chair $3.44 each, plus forty cents each) installation. representative sample corn- mltteo council satisfied with. bid received peabody $3.53 per chair, installed, neither nor sent care buy something see. weeks. agreed pay entiro refund village's share one-third whenever village it. council's har distribution hand dead, place nuisance ordlnace drawn up. jn,ew ordinance provide licensing distributors delivery yearly basis. license ?10 permit, ?1 delivery. permitted distribute advertising material license. police outfitted teat gas guns equipment!. purchase approved applications loans decrease notwithstanding period filing amended loan expires 27th, ten hence, fewer thousand owners loans, brunner. figures appli cations date enactment act, 13th dates covered brunner's report, 917 total value $3,-282,439. brunner stated cor poration officials larger passage inclined regard surprisingly small gratifying indication greatly improved conditions real estate market. selling headquarters patrol before) stand around presentation play,. "pattie". gavo demonstrations. rope uelng between patrols. bradley receives dwight,' bradley, residents remember, (honorary commencement spoke congregational tlmea oberlin. time, pastor union boston, mass.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-06-21|
|Date of Original||1935-06-21|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-06-21 17 29|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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