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the amherst news-times volume xviii, number 16 friday, april 17, 1936 sandstone center of world 8 auur wasnmercons ti news letter , washington, 15 while football is not seasonal in spring there striking similarity between huddle system grid' -iron warriors and political antago nists to stage a hang-up finish an otherwise dull game. many leg islators officials who have jbeen playing palleries as in- dividuals are now evincing sudden concern for teamplay. little con- erences at white house tne uapitol nave temporarily ieu-sened factional fireworks. re- turn president roosevelt has "been signaled by apparent pre tention expedite adjournment with enactment few meas "jires, mainly taxes relief. goodly percentage 01 current near-ings investigations will produce nothing more than large expense accounts bitter feeling, senate, on instructions from house, probably re "write revenue measure which send over within days. experts taxation employ were put ting finishing touches real tax bill witness es futilely talking themselves hoarse committee hearing 'a sample plan. disasters 'swept eastern southern states forced marked revision relief projects planned months eye campaign strategy. patents com amittee concludes two copyright legislation without much chance taking de- vfinite action revise obsolete hws. he-appointment major george berry, printing pressmen's .union head, industrial coordin ator stirred tempest. cabinet officers resent complica tions following hazy definition berry's powers happy. american federation labor merry family war partisan ship trade unions its hands aided abetted john l. lewis miners' union, bolster their ambi- .tions mobilizing vote tfor roosevelt. pots been fired charges couuter-charg- aes attract attention voters. tew primary battles staged lately liuve unproductive any signs guide the. astute party chieftains. it difficult determine whether opponents present administration holding fire until later date hit abandoned prospect liiaking capital cor ruption administration. one riddles politics "ndifference electorate old cry "drive rascals out." republicans cannot forget that democrats endeavored beat tom-toms unsavory tea- dome issue 1924. course, vanquished year disadvantage collldge ice had no connection or responsibility coterie grafters infested harding era. practical" $;alize waste time money shriek "graft" susetops unless direct up big-wigs opposition camp. axiom jjpalm revolts develop discontent then moral indignation. scandals ,re considered bonanza outset season sometimes usually tfian salted-mine worthless. professor rexford tugwell apparently sticking his knit-rig rural resettlement administration, suspicion persists circles ranking '3rains truster" finger other pies. philosophy constantly coming surface legislative patterns. influence among democratic jis'lators. "drag" attributable long association resident. mere mention name sufficient provoke sulphurous adjectives capitol jjhll. yet fact remains he dominating flguro scheme econo-lilfcs. seldom appears halls, but always felt sensitive lawmak- crowd attend "shotton" day bert shotton, manager columbus baseball team, be given ovation about 300 lorain county admirers next sunday when shot-'on observed shotton was born brown- helm township reason special honors paid him sunday. so far known f.ix car loads leave amherst. they meet groups trom sections form posession hint continue ball park columbus. others may wish go still make arrangements carl ehrman conrad zilch charge local arrangements. each identified stickers, fan wear ribbon. section reserved fans uie hall park. beginning game presented floral piece. additional honor club friends guest banquet elks 6:30 evening. those arrange ments zilch, c. j. ehrman, a. nabakow-ski, dr. w. g. schaeffer e. stiwald. amateurs perforin 20 twenty acts en tered amateur program p. t. biology class high school. instead eliminating some acts, all 22 applications perform. contestants divided into three groups, include first fifth grade; sixth eight each' act numbered allowed 7 minutes. take care flnanciul part program, four boys cf school canvassing proles-sional men town purchase patron tickets. price these tickets 50 cents; buying do listed program. judges contest elyria. orchestra furnish music o'clock. ?25.00 given, prizes group art 13 making posters ?1.50 awarded best poster. admission children 10 cents adults. proceeds clas3. peopb aie asked friday night, 17 rehearsal. anyone does come rehearsal notify mr. engles, automatically omitted contest. norma wavrlck, vox pop. gor don ward, richard lee leuzzlcr, marjorie deuschle cora miller. goffus tappers christina wolf, lois dean, ruth rosenkranz. happy harmonizers schulz, brown, frances wacker, schibley. shirley jaeger james bauer, yvonne mc queen, paul schaeffer, edwin vankeuren, albin wager, schultz, marjorie, brill izold, henry sharp, mike nagle, beverly murray, jack, jim jerry wilhelm, elmer cook, gerald vankeuran, winona papworth, bob hall, david schmitkons, alfred baxter, raymond ott, alma masters, joe abraham clarence gerber. budget big longer question finding man strong enough lift it. masonic officer wed saturday mrs. anna groff, dover center, become bride fred heusser, son christ quiet homo wedding saturday. cere mony performed rev. schmidt, mr, r. waltz us attendants. heusser master stonington lodge, f m. confer bank knight knights fy-thians confered rank 3 candidates meeting held monday final made riverside lodge cleveland, thursday tho this meeting. 30 members planning attend. transportation being arranged plan also membership accepted last tuesday evening, assisting elyria page there. 27th april. grand chancellor jenkins, ohio, district willard 29th. lorain, erie, huron countys included district. entered bowes fo giv 11th. regular again garden evening 20th announced follows: roll call: bloom my garden. exhibit: flower-ing.bulbs planing continuous bloom. mums, varieties culture. dlsision perennials. short boardo managers inspection masons right worshipful al stevens, lecturer 22nd district, annual no. 503, f. m., night. work mason degree confered. crowded 150 present, visitors different lodges worshipfud master. commemorate "on eighteenth april, seventyfive" revere, encyclopedia "an patriot, famous midnight ride boston lexington" -was boston, januaryl, 1735. thirty years lived north square built lc7g,'and spoken should know, oldest boston. historic spot only dis tance church, "old north" whose belfry chamber .displayed lanterns sent revere galloping toward lexington. keen patriot ever ready follow, often lead, brilliant inventive mind, suggestions grasped eagerly fellow patriots. took most memorable history 1774. rode new castle n. h. warn patriots british possession supply powder aud ammunition stored americans secret place. warned removed store starts "cavalcade texas" texas, under six flags flown days spaniards set forth pomp color "the cavalcade texas," expansive pageant night brownhelm boy turned death donald brill, son, foster road, burned small barni rear home. lieved child matches barn; ' hay ana smomercd before could run safety. mother alone baby seven months. another age gone father na tional tube company. together neighbors, barnhardt, rushed barn roaring mass entrance made. body seen floor amid flames. department called, ground, efforts confined save adjoining buildings. 116 open cases head quarters time, 110 cases, 92 families 24 single cases. through up. ah bills auditor, starting 1. balance grants 'cary bond fund unincumbered 1, must returned auditor's olfice. safer hiding later, volunteer consisting young me chanics formed socl ety purpose keeping, soldiers encamp ed ctiy 18, 1775, eve battle lexington concord, learned move. crossed river charlestown awaited signal lights placed friend, tower church. "one if land, sea." "a glimmer, gleam ol light. springs saddle bridle turns, lingers gazes till full sight. second lamp burns. hurry hoofs village street shape the1 moonlight, bulk dark, beneath pebbles, passing, spark struck out steed flying fear-less fleet: during texas centennial exposition, runs dallas june 6 nov. 29. above mark hamilton, director expert lore southwest, jan isa-belle fortune, well magazine writer, script. boys' team play oberlin ladles' aid congregational church parlors wednesday afternoon, miller menz hostess. choir rehearsal; classes basketball at. hold oberlin, williums sermon topic morning "christ's assurance." service morning, school, challenge cross." part; evangel, leota marshall; disciple, kenneth alexander; hammel; fourth betty ben- schaef- ter; harry powers. see modern bakery domestic science learn how baking done commercial afternoon visit bakery. reputation bakers state section. wil shown flour mixed, various ingredients baked goods explained, operation machinery used produco production interesting matters bo explained. 's all; gloom fate nation riding night; flight. kindled land flame heat.' tell lincoln, stopped ills horse taken him. nowevcr, companion continued succeeded arousing minuto way concord. same general gage's red coats, 800 strong, marched quickly quietly, hoping catch off guard. need switt, silent moved along, ignominious doom patriotic farmers, lexington, prcscott, carried invasion in. commemoration citizen preferably descendant himself exact route traversed fam-oil? hundred merchant was! robbed wed. ! after south amhuiht half back tfl again, torn masked highwaymen emll $1100 cash wednesday, shortly noon. went get witlr ash checks quarry wolkers told sheriff dick noticed tan sedan carrying amherst, home move alongside guns pointed stop. holdup got ruth's ordered driver's seat. followed ir. drove schramm road miles where bag containing watch. throwing keys cur away delay to)-lowing them giving ahum, holdups seeded car. ruth, found telephoned sheriff. police departments towns immediately notified lookout robders. getting pay practice am hurst merchants years. prosperous periods carry ?5,000 checks. i early destroys roof broke two-family axtel st. 7:20 (thursday), destroying side house. occupied probeck, apartment wallace. company arrived flames eating thru roof, fanned fresh westerly wind threatened give firemen lively battle. able confine using least water possible prevent damage furniture household -the lower wetting. cause unde termined. southerly destroyed. property owned smythe covered insurance. jjfjj maybe think feet desk says, it's going convince boss. sixty ago. past cooper's munroe tavern; scene lex-ington green stands bronze statue heroic captain parker minutemen. "stand your ground; don't upon, mean war, let begin here." jonathan hattington home, harrington, wounded green, dragged door died wife's feet. hancock clarke samuel adams, upon heads bounty, slept awakened vere. buckman tavern, favorite gathering place minutemen, twentieth century rides farther neighborhood, story goes captured british. idea discrlbed lonfellow's poem; wright's tavern bridge. "rude bridge" rc-continued 4 eagles hear nordlin 23rd former senator paul, minnesota, national fraternal order eagles, speak 23 attended hundreds state. aerie official tour fraternity's parts united states. largest fraterni ties states, approximately 550,000 1150 cities towns. member advisory council economic security appointed 'mm itoosevelt help draft embodied social act. represented pioneered humanitarian makes nation-wide:'- celebrating conclusion successful pensions," said arthur messlg, worthy today. "but, although we proud what accomplished, resting our oars. pressing fight stabilize employment enacted law. plan, eagles' ludlow congress, would outlaw depression. steady job saving wage workmen." scouts circus prog. people scout flrelands area america, sandusky 25 feel very troop. necame connected firelands tall, bringing round activity, one. year's circus, in, electing adrondack shelter pioneering event. thib erected audience main event thos interested scouting community hopeful tells can period time. events tug breeches rope. bays md tearing breeches, receive pair free. humphrey clinic i. chlropactor, tonsil proctology x-ray chicago week. ho purchased fisher shock proof equipment arrive
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-04-17|
|Date of Original||1936-04-17|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-04-17 18 16|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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