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the amherst news-times 4) volume xviii, number 10 friday, february 28, 1936 sandstone center of world 3 iv- x 4 i sr v ttt 1 ' guul vv clshlijg luil !, news letter washington, 2g making forced collections from consumers foodstuffs to pay for political music rendered in tho farm relief bill is a' chore which national legislative body cannot shirk. tliere much lamenting over taxation at this season when 33 senators and 435 representatives are seeking renominatlon reelection. house willing keep tax problem down baro essentials as contompllated financing latest agricultural bounty plan, but a. militant group want open doors wide an upward revision come levies. conscious fact that sometime within next year or cc fiscal policies must be revised dig up about twelve billion dollars maintain government credit, treasury department ready submit suggestions capitol hill. however, rank file lawmakers disposed restrict taxes immediate needs order play effect on individual voter's purse. nearly 4i millions were expended last administering laws. it cost $1.54 collect each $100. a general message subject expected shortly. president will presumably leave entire matter hands congress. committee ways means call upon recommendations. agency series estimates revenue yields may make choice. affected groups bo given public hearing consequences special taxes. five six weeks consumed by discussion senate house. all times pipers go "round round" executive branches federal dodge responsibility adverse resentment. beleaguered insistant propaganda threatening nature, harassed legislators hopeful current investigation bipartisan townsend plan agitators run cover. surveys show if any handful favoring mcgroarty believe automatically assure prosperity security paying pensions citizens 60 years age rate $200 per month. idea disburso 20 billions annually raise part funds sweeping two percent gross business transactions levies incomes. solons fully expect devel-opo racketeering collected prospective beneficiaries hie professional townsendlte organizers. they also anticipate exposure weaken carefully built-up confidence contributors their leaders through misuse fund3 other questionable methods, speech representative blanton, texas, based alleged confessions former campaigners has been re-prlntod distributed office-holders not possessing sufficient courage personally condemn lobbying. no chance enactment session, bound figure i'mportant local issue tills fall. one cherished ambitions legislator have his namo attached law scope. fine bit publicl-ty especially valuable campaign because adroit partis ans find possible juggle achievement befofe increase standing candidate. device accounts small measure success attended robinson prevent price dis crimination favor chain stores. senator majority leader so sure re-election. colleagues doing neat job "back scratching," uncle joe capacity helps them out with similar gestures. cards bill, rcgardiess its merits, pass senate. congressional applying pressure brakes against serious consideration controversial subjects. rama class give comedy march 10th, high school present 3-act entitled "nothing truth" town hall. setting new york broker's office where robert bennett bets $10,000 he can tell truth twenty-four hours. carrying bet, gets into trouble, only friends, fiancee, gwendolyn ralston,' daughter robert's boss, end wins money girl. play, james montgomery, full rolicking fun, just packed laughs. cast follows: bennett, harry powers; e. m. ralston, erik penton; dick donnelly, elmer smith; clarence "van dusen, adam drozdowski; bishop doran, hall; evelyn webster; mrs. lulu belle poor; ethel clark, mary louise gaehr; mable jackson, janet pat-terson; sable attie; martha, frances raab. helen klrschner man. ager, peggy wesbecher, property manager, herbert van keuren, stage victoria shinsky charge programs. nabakowski graduated sat milton w. nabakowski, amherst, ohio, was george washington university certificate junior college, university's winter convocation 22. convocation, traditionally held washington's birthday, took place s p. con-ptitution reverend dr. s. parks gadman, noted radio preacher minister central congregational church brooklyn, york, deliver address. graduates, robed cap gown, entered hall academic procession. procession, led marshall, louis kayser, president, deans, trustees members faculty university. joseph r. sizoo, avenue presbyterian church, offered invocation. following cadman's address, candidates degrees presented. cloyd ii. marvin, conferred presented graduate diploma. closed president's holy communion service sun. sunday morning celebrated english language o'clock st. paul's lutheran churdh. german services dropped day. rev. bosso preach fourth sermon lord's prayer. theme "thy done." lenten wero evening (wednesday). topic "jesus taken prisoner." wednesday evening, 4th, "trial before caiaphas." council met service. ladies' choir continue meet during lent concordia club regular social meeting tuesday parlors. discus sion "you your personel life" boose. discussion, games enjoyed later lunch served hostesses, misses olga bayer ora strelcher. vincent nalloy charles good hostesses aid society dhurch afternoon peter's peter'b evangelical reformed beginning 8:30 commence nt 9:30 1u:30. week 7:30. these "last questions." night "what aro you mo?" auxiliary had initiation tues john3on tost american legion rooms commenced 'tureen dinner 6 twenty present. feature session members. appointed plans suitable hold lorain county banquet april 6th. lee worn-aclc, ed. moebius, thomas bruce, hale bechtel, mrs.' kendeigh, kearn albert brown. bechtel program memory lincoln birthdays. opened assembly singing "way swanee river," followed piano solo, "love's dreams" schroeder. trio composed mrs-. clyde donnelly kendeigh sang "carry mo back old virginia,' accompanied g. parker gave reading favored "tenting tonight." thi3 bruce. several enjoyed. lat-erin refreshments served. tonight boys' gym practice gym. choir, under dlrcetion miss dorothy jones, 7 rehearsal. standen miller aremo eastern stars masonic marionette f. powers don't shall ever know more seeing circus audience front, behind scenes. spectacle beguiling little creatures, cavorting su6h absurdly life like manner, aroused me memories day dreams secretly indulged ago. inveterate reader fairy tales never laid ot precious volumes aside without wishing, vainly know, might some tiny folk face face. watching mr. still's "circus marionette" truly came nearest having dream realized. later, hibhest rungs step-ladder, beheld jollo january, ilk, apparently think, move speak. forgot zero weather outside, how hard would get morning, appointment dentist. bridge stage, feet above dolls, stood fane still cro-ator marionettes. it's too vty . , "v. &y vjj&' v' till snowing east, freezing midwest blizzard coming northwest, dallas, texas centennial exposition june december wasn't cold ellen lognn try waters white rock lake. oday funeral hough, 81, aftei-noon 2:30 zilch home. lyons, cleveland, officiated. hough born england america fifty resident lor past years. survived three sons, j. manitoba, canada, al bert. v. buffalo, norman cleveland; step-daughter, bauer, four grandchildren. passed away joseph's hospital lorain. remains shipped after port-ageville, burial. delivery store-door freight started 1st, now railroad, according announcement c. baker agent, explained servico shipments, either arriving leaving delivered called for. applies shipments whether private residence. jennie jaeger hostess au courant evening. youthful assistants moved noiselessly about, seemed always exactly should be. twice, saw take handerchlef wipe perspiration brow, wonder. who controlled actions main charaters.- ho blew whistle sworn ring master himself wasi blowing, stopped hand proper timed places. worked quickly, did seen hur ried. nearby helpers' llttlo actor completed work; "per-sonell" act, operate controls marionettes playing sido characters. swung stago waiting assistant, colorful creature, vibrant life, became suddenly stiff expressionless hung brethren, pegs provided purpose. quite distressing marionette's strings become tangled, know. looks easy enough, holding cross-piece attached, wab dallas her -is canulyn durham, chiut exposition's rangerettes, corps b0 hostesses. speedboat, sailboat outdoor motor races rock, outside july august elaborate sports program. masons' washin'ton friday large families friends birthday sponsored stonington lodge masons gun g:30, very interesting musical selections emma dreschsler hope mcclallln: violinists; pianist. ralph holzhauer trumpet nichol, vocal selections. guest speaker even lng b. ryan, pastor church. spoke "george washington." hardwares again elated game sunday. opponent strong team yet unannounced. prpliminaray start 2:00 men facing norwalk keller news. all-day quilting homo win. schulz, ton-ney wednesday. tureen noon. fascinatiiu hling slightly sldo side see! distance doll vast importance. guaged accurately fraction inch else "muscles" co-ordinate moved. southerner native alabama. pleasant young man talk with, combines art ability way that's him far. spent cleveland says learned nothing there helped build vie got notion, eight ago, camo day, described enthusiasm a- sho school. please her, carved doll, discovered interested himself. step theatre basement, weo actors er than thoso uses thru reading, observation ac-tual creation profl cient fashioning operating marionettes, soon hut working creat activities catholic begun yes teiday. ash mass distribution blast ashes 8 devotions witli deneclic-tion 7:30 stations cross devo tions monday circles ann's meetings. circle spo-sato, brucker john michael. name councilmen card party box dancing altar rosary attend morning. brief p.t.a. thursday ing, 5, parent-teacher association sponsoring auditorium. hundred, pinochle sixty-six played. tiro ing begin those attending asked prompt. winners receive prizes. door prize. -mrs. scraell'er, chairman affair act she assisted-by- anna .michael, phillip schmauch, schmidt, mis. arthur becker, ball, fisch sam wragg. methodist announcements 11 h. use "a cup gold water" sermon. render epwoith league 0:30 ryan. queen esther "have parsonage mor-liing 9:45. greene recent visitors parsonage. ures, living it. touched variety romance hovers thing existence centuries changing customs, fascinating work building versatile artist, deed, wishes do successfully. seven major crafts employed marionette: painting, tin work, wood carving, sculpturing, costuming, mechanics add u knowledge sense balance patience, pou're qualified marionette. determined talent senso youjre jnarionette. de termined create type en tertalnlng children. succeeded gloriously! ample proof our own children reacted perform' ances ol troup ers. my lite chil (continued page four) frederick rites lies buried cemetery loved, dovelope caro period 35 died saturday illness year, burial made street cemetery. everyone lived am-rerst few knows frederick. 77 town, site late home north street. half century conducted hardware store here, member which" lie knight templar, filled chairs k. lodge, als5 odd fellows maca-bces while latter here. various offices. lire organization assistant chief. matters tremendously active such affairs. attendanco meetings actively arose. trustee many administrations, lifeless inhabitants rule. gradually aided opening crownhill here strove typo resting thought ought public, organizations interest intensely gardening, hunting fishing. once remarked friend could sit fishing "bite" enjoy dog hunt whenever occasion permitted. ills garden grew largo flowers vegetables, lover fruit trees studied same matters. wife, kathorino frederick, george, daughter, .mrs. florence ebbs, aunt, katherlne northoim, eighteen grandchildren ten great grand children, sister, deu-schle, brotrer, henry, company. ne winner won $10 prize ticket 172328 egeland's wallpaper paint store. tick et 135127 sg prizes left unclaimed leutz 14121c wm. bodmann drawing wish inform contestants tickets eligible stub separate another. stubs deposited strips. case ets drawn time, becauso joined, eliminated contest. district knights pythias sandusky onjoyed chancellor jenkins, columbus, addross assembly. mondny dropped. 16th family pythlans. somo performances amateurs. remember summer days offer heat?
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-02-28|
|Date of Original||1936-02-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-02-28 18 10|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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