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the amherst news-times a tr i it p tit 5f volume xviii, number 14 friday, april 3, 1936 sandstone center of world our washington: news letter washington, 2 there is something pathetic in atmos phere which now prevails so-called "public" hearings conducted by congressional committees. current hearing on new revenue bill indicates average citizen's alarm over his inherent rights petition. though pending measure vitally affects millions taxpayers, only mere handful witnesses have displayed sufficient courage to appear before' house committee oppose legislation effecting their personal or business affairs. answer found unconcealed tear committees' belliger ent tactics. .) unusual for great captain industry finance openly' contribute suggestions based wealth practical ex perience. these leaders do not hesitate court cases because judical system affords witness certain rights. few hardy and daring individuals, who parlance qf day "stick- their-neck-out," are either envied pitied silent colleagues, like nursery rhyme tale, fear congress makes wolf bigger than he is. unfortunately, lawmakers inclined misinterpret silence people as approval measures. typical this trend sent senator state political power, said part "only 3 4 appeared opposition giving authority commission so voted it." large batch written protests were forgotten measured nu"mber witnesses. attitude revealed veteran solon's apolgy hasty accounts laws enacted defaults oppo- -sitlon. humanitarian impulses spending consideration flood control legislation, old army game politics may hamper early passage important authorization. proposals war department other engineering groups reservoirs levees along eastern waterways curb disastrous likely encounter snags. seems that long struggle between rail water-carriers freight carried through regions figures prominently controversy. inland would navigable streams controlled permit freight-laden vessels while rail-carriers opposed expenditures federal funds develop form competition. meanwhile, government relief agencies hopeful will authorize an outlay 305 million dollars projects immediately. also guiding principle tho tax program. refusal sub-committee drafted tentative eliminate processing taxes was clearly dictated concern reaction consumer. admittedly increased cost foodstuffs', considered poor strategy arouse antagonism consumbr-8 effect their,. pocketbook, particularly campaign year. chance restoring processing- come event administration's efforts recapture "windfall" lost. then be necessary turn again excise farm products provide revenue. ordinarily difficult reconcile differences senate bill. two measures regulate lobbying practices now,' before joint reached impasse largely personalities involved promo- ting legislation. oddly enough merits bills dividing points. tagonlsm membership towards tactics adopted dlack, author bill, drumming up sentiment measure. give report christmas seal sale "my hobby" roll call at study club still some scat tered returns from seals, lorain county tuberculosis associa tion issued following complete to-date. total re ceipts been $3,908:20 gain ?1, 039.03, 36, 1934 larg est reported any ohio having population 100 000 more. receipts areas divided sale: $274.49; avon lake $104.72; brownhelm $49.85 ; columbia $16.90; elyria $1,457.27; grafton $29.00; lagrange $27.40; lor ain $1,200.28; oberlln $579.07; wellington $169.38. almost all 'these made substantial gains previous $50.06, approximately 22, increase even greater when tact years included area but year set area. totaled ' directors tuberculos association expressed appreciation work they represent local committees the, county. goal had $4,000.00 those yet replied letters make balance needed reach -goal. budget upon it. midst its year's diagnosis campaign, seeks discover disease insure cure, under way. preliminary plans children's health camp being worked out. clinics ing according regu lar schedule. purchase seals throughout possible. members met monday afternoon home mrs. c. l. good. very interesting papers read during meeting. i. g. maxwell gave "romance school room" lucy roemer, journalism." refreshments served next meeting held r. blum 20th. pay $20,500 note holders $20,50t paid debenture notes mortgage loan company starting payment ten per cent di tribution begin. amount mada loans secure deben ture notes. officers com pany pointed out payments received iod economic conditions little better lowest ebb depression 'pel organization ot company. park bank has designated paying agent debentures should present certifi cates after receive share distribution. exposition livestock building grows complain about gas sewer someone harris street dumped gasoline into thereby created dangerous unpleasant situation nearly residents las tsat-urday. both mayor cooper john fritz, manager office, complaints fumes coming traps basements. danger practice fritz could easily ignited fire furnace cause explosion might completely wreck with attendant injury. photograph gies urulistic idea how rapidly progressing texas centennial exposition's huge lot dallas. frameworks shown above oart no. 2, one structure wi greatest stock show united states seen. buildings, construction close $400,000, contain ultra-modern veterinarian hospital. honor shotton 19th base ball fans special bert shotton, columbus team, sunday, 19, thoy go group see day. expectations crowd 150 admirers attend game. far tentative. appointed definite preparations trip. transportation bus directly provided, arrangements seating plans. planned drum corps attendance, "there prefer drive own cars. case can buy tickets lroni member assured seat ame section others amherst," sponsors event. probable trip, including ticket game, ways bus, floral piece $5.00, sponsor said. wish machines half amount. names charge bo announced week. gringle rites sunday last evelyn mae grin-sle, 9, passed away her parents, mr. arthur gringle, east st., thursday morning miss ida devries, paster four square church, officiating. burial baker co. ridgelawn cemetery, elyria. survived brothers, frederick, sisters, esther beverly louise. causes slight damage explains ringing bell folks living vicinity curiosity aroused night began ringing. dark no evidence life building, rang regular intervals. strange actions hell explained superintendent fred powers. timing mechanism gone "haywire" around repair change place p.t.a. council parent teacher changed belden vincent school. tues day, 14th. session begin o'clock. e. ter- man, supt. school, speaker use topic "the meaning progressive education." frank moore, professor western reserve university cleveland, address evening subject "education, what for?" music, entertainment dinner p. t. a. love favor trum pet solo. nominating session. safety talk werner zilch, amherst. college samuel kaetzel, f. d. amherst, graduate defiance high senior boldwin-wallace berea, ohio, listed first semester honor-roll recently iased. kaetzel ceptionally fine scholastic record placed him second among men class. possessed grade index 2.8; perfect "a" grades 3.0. union choir rehease rehearso friday 8:30 ;t st. peter's church direction robert bowlus, oberlln. sing good service 10th, church. rev. ernest irion, speaker. wm. neitzke won $10 prize herbert mon. american legion meets annual banquet. attendance 250 for. atty. paul m. herbert, former commander candidate republican nom ination lieutenant governor primary may, principal program speakers konold warren commander, james suhr, chairman committee, b. gardner, fifth district includes seven counties. banquet hall joseph's each anniversary america's entrance attended wives. william winner saturday evening. 423070 distributed mischka. $5 ruth grugel 405398 came berk's grocery. 380336 claimed remaining left .unclaimed. farmers' elevator berlin heights k. license auto sales egeland bureau. date 937 licenses cars 112 trucks. stated ho largo ears. deadline driving cats march 31. pythian knights confered rank rage throe candidates lodge j. cstanden deputy, invited dictrict wlllanl 29th. deputy rodgers, them 21. conducted, wore later 75. drill team put drill. confirmation ennion palm class 10 boys girls oc evangelical reformed follows: betty baus, dorothy berger, lois florence ehlert, elizabeth louise ,herbst, anna krieg, marie lang, edna lehman, katherine . smith, mary ellen wacker, leroy frederick albrecht, richard george becker, carl ehrman, jr., earl ilasenfiue, chester raymond ku-huske, milton henry martin winson. ehlert president, mil ton secretary league reunion classes 1886 1911r 50 th 25th anniversary-classes, given recognition time. dr. miller, president heidelberg college, tiffin, service. display bibles al feature include gladys hopkins, helen russel bohner philip jaeger, league. phllathea bible meet (thursday) discussed. women's attornoon parlors. guest sina evans. evans neighhnrhofld house, lorain. weekly lenten schmidt used "what truth" sermon. services usual elyria, deliver sermon sing. quarantine lifted sanatorium scarlet fever ar pleasant view lifted. visitors allowed visiting (lays. amateurs perform finds red cross answered a- property 'at -the corner franklin avouue'and avenue, mon night.- done roof re- known recognized. suit sparks. already begun powers stage theatre, varied settings. i'm speaking room basement public library voting booths ballet boxes; sewing racks gay print dressed, tuesday evening, object caught my eye' entered room' banner bearing blqod snowy laosom hygiene murphy, instructor stood table recltion. she dressed white cap uniform profession most charmingly completed picture suggested presence flag displaying cross. things murphy teaches pupils, fact switzerland colors reversed. emblem chosen country henri dunant, man 1863 founded time becamo internationally arrived, took quietly assembled students. noticed books women using bore paper cover words; text book homo care sick, "babies care" chapter discussion "pupils" seemed know lesson well. fact, everything delightful informal times tempted raise hand venture opinion. hadn't talked yet, wasn't quite sure she'd take such intrusion. however wouldn't minded all, black printer's ink, cold dull pages book, caring baby soeraed overwhelming task. bathing, sleeping, feeding, clothing, airing schedule, translated warm soft gurgling humanity, punctuated downy cuddling heads, wide toothless grins, faltering footsteps infinite promises, every woman knew sweetest experience hold her. onco paused romin'i pupils healc rules. "ladies", asked, "do you arrange rest period day'.'" followed incriminating silence. "how walk sunshine?" sho questioned further. "i get chicken coop everyday,' voice room. smiled, determined smile, i'll wager she's finished they'll rules days routine, wondering lived without them. cropplngs establishment emergoncy schools. seem particular project, possible thru cooperation cross, estimable course yet' offered. amerlcah be. hind it's bound worth while. thirty-six hours intensive training supervision registered nurse; discussions, ask she'll your question providing sensible one. demonstrations student asked actlvo part, another 1 must mention appealed especially mo. rubber air cushions, back rests costly purchased store, added financial pressure prolongel illness brings bear family purse, we often try hyg'.cne impro vise, htlic cost, many articl?? add th6 efficiency slckr:om equipment. example, did ever think making cushion inner tube? no! valuable information possession, isn't it? mrs continued page parent-teacher chemistry am-ueur auditorium eligible tentry body. acts limited 15 allotted contestant 7 minutes. if more applications plan di-elded of- acts. contestants three groups; grades, junior students twenty-five prizes, least prizes group. master ceremonies announced. entered: orchestra, morjorle brill, reading; yvonne mcqueen, tap dance; piano solos readings pupils. board superintendent's w. nord reappointed office board. spring vacation start 6th
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-04-03|
|Date of Original||1936-04-03|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-04-03 18 14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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