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the amherst news-tlmes volume xix number 7 friday, february 19, 1937 sandstone center of world mm,- i t if . .4 0 our washington! news' letter washington, 17 with floods and major strikes no longer competing iloose velt administration for headlines, attention again centers on squabble over revamping ol federal judiciary system. burning issue day has definitely cut across party lines to consternation political chieftains. proponents opponents proposed change in supremo court functions are jockeying strategic positions by a series adjournments. congress is doing little more than marking time. white house, surprised at growing rebellion, found it necessary crack patronage whip legislature an effort force favorable vote before controversy inflames hinterland. lawmakers open their mail concern nowadays as atmosphere be comes super-charged anxiety what people back home leally think. backwash this opinion must respected representatives expect return official life. fact that both parties deliberately refrained from making supreme campaign item been life-saver many solons who do not take kindly sweeping reform judiciary. scouts house have never able convince fellow partisans tho present plan part election mandate therein lies weakness drive quick congressional approval. reported each day's delay fortifies resolution legislators "go slow" await survey sentiment among constituents. jevidence worry 'court changes given flood conferences ibetween president speed consideration plan. meanwhile new dealers praying some professional critics like liberty league will come rescue appropriate denunciations calculated swing tide toward administration's ideas. even formidable senate opposition would fade rather he seen alliance outfits which lost popular ear. running heels o revision battle such matters legislative program agriculture drastic controls business. predicted usually reliable quarters epidemic measures patterned after laws, held unconstitutional follow wake curbs. private drafts wage hour bills contemplating revival nita practices circulating society. cue organized farmers 14 point adopted here last week largely approved secretary agriculture. reenactment market agree ments under defunct agricultural adjustment several other items discarded highest tribunal now basket consideration. benefit payments, proved so while money bags were handed out, ore urged. proposal tor "an actuarlly sound crop insurance program" puzzling government men sought vainly formula years. settlement automobile strike brought relief agencies. soon views plans make trade imfnnr leeallv responsible action asked committees. numerous all sections sorely taxed conciliation ser- vice handicapped sufficient personnel. role as-eigned michigan's governbr murphy articles ot agreement him super-arbitrator, does set labor perkins completely overshadowed peacemaker, eagles clash. may co. five tonight pro club meet powerful company cleveland local high school gym (thursday) main go two game basketball bill. preliminary, begins 7:30 bo played "a" team. third meeting these clubs, blrdirien yet first win. considering team year, games they out "tops" stand best chance any year 'take" clevelanders. tied chase brass place muny half season. season represented ohio national a. u. tournament denver, colorado. squad well known fans, foremost whom tony adomites, veteran championship clubs. players include eckert, petrus, bobick, orzeck, kline. remarkably, boys won nineteen twenty-six round. nevertheless, record equally remarkable, player, bill guild, play tonight. therefore, "this promises real thriller, repeated manager blrdmen determined chalk up victory scout leaders goto'"schooi" officials expected "school" tomorrow night along, .with scouting vicinity. weekly sessions time how way studied be. music room lorain friday evening 7:15. planned masters, troop committeemen, commissioners, district merit badge counselors executive hoard members. session, regular boy formed continue function throughout weeks. material covered practically identical natural troop. male adult citizen desirous learing something about welcome attend sessions. firm wins award contest nabakowski one 26 business industrial firms county receive certificate awards testifying low accident records sixth annual safety campaign. certificates presented tuesday dinner tatives 301 participating antlers hotel, lorain. represen-firms banquet,, cullminating october, november december. general industries elyria grand winner thf silver cup permanently, three-time led contractors group. savings banking also leader bank broken wire cause fire quarry break tension was called south firemen t0 office 3 m. monday. telephone leading switchboard causing considerable flame smoke. firemen, however, had flames control only damage done building. oh boy! things spring stores full merchandise, weeks really opens. dresses, shoes, suits, shirts, almost everything wearing apparel right now, stocks coming daily. home, too, yard, there displaying. weather feel spring, but just shop around you'll get "springy feeling". , merchants invite you here, ready buying. look around. garden members hear talk desert rowers nearly hundred listened arthur b. fuller, museum history tell plant animal life american deserts banquet st. joseph's basement monday night. guests attended wellington, oberlin, brownhelm, vermilion addition club. tables decorated seasonable decorations, favors consisted bulb wrapped celephane. mr. puller illustrated his colored lantern slides. "every ' living thing lives breathes, enemies sustain life," said. rainfall northern ohio. "we average 33 inches year. couple years ago decreased 'it we thought terrible drought. compare tnat where" one-half inch funeral rites conducted former resident fineral services john phil-hps, 51, resident, morning nine o'clock agnes church elyria, father leo brissell officiating. burial made mary's cemetery. deceased born july 10, 1880, lived until twenty-five ago, moved elyria. survivors sisters, mrs. james miles oberlin charles ott prior death. concerning george washington f. r. powers here's story "george hatchet" (somewhat condensed) mcguffey's eclectic second reader copyright 1844. "truth, my son," said "is most lovely quality youth. oh, george, see lying, dear me, gladly assist nail your coffin grave!" day, when six old, tried hatchet young cherry-tree barked badly destroy it. next said, "george, .you know killed fine cherry-tree?" silent moment; then ho bravely cried "i can't lie, father; 1 hatchet!" "come arms, dearest boy" father, transports. "such proof heroic truth son used it, seldom green. 88 species live thrive, sometimes water long years". quarter caused flowers blossom everywhere. plants section ad apt d use lot water, nature con servo moisture. gather moisture store within themselves older "small plants, few high, roots spread directions ten ..and twelve feet can catch tiny droplets falls occasionally. others reach down into ground, fifty or more, suck underground. carry through dry seasons", told audience. cheery stitchers entertained guest feb. folks miss flora sabiers joe gargacz met helen sledz recently valentine party. spent social manner, misses elizabeth martin anna ashyk receiving score trophies "cootie". appointments keeping valentino luncheon served. hold margaret bogardy. value thousand trees, though purest gold." continual presence children martha union childless, considered haziness us. nieces nephews fond, visited often, facts four wero actually family, these. married widow custis she mother children, jackey patsey custis, step-father ever loving conscientious guardian. healthy child, sixteen age. grieving loss sister, affectionately spoken "dark lady" because her decidedly brunette complexion, starts comets against com- etb week, fin ished straight without copped cham pionship tenth succession ! wednesday green gold traveled grafton escaped closest playing poorest came final 90 seconds points hind. thanks threo shots field overtime dropped three goals win 31-25. deserved lose. good fouls missed walk away. looked very much certain decided rest merely along fill suits. result man teams wellington invaded scheduled swan song seniors: lach, jonne, michael, gillette, lange cromwell. whether large crowd, desire finish singlo homo gamo team, hard say, fast basketball, together! outcome doubt. 7-1 moebius heads lumber l. elected organization board directors c. o. schmitkons chosen menz re-elected treasurer. 23rd consecutive latter post. j. h. schibley atty. w. miller. following reading reports, stated prospects good. cited rising cost duo marine west coast prolonged rainy south. building 4a locality showing big increase, industry anticipated menz. inspection stonington lodge, p. m., will, refreshments mombers au courant evening. jack solace companionship eleanor calvert, "a slip girl budding beauty." learned deeply love matrimonially inclined; effect temporary cessation ardors extreme youth eleanor, hoy further education' college. too heed desires those wiser they, marriage (jack sixteen) mt. vernon where helped empty passing beloved patsey. custlses. nellie deathbed younger brother informally bis wife martha, paternal grandmother. jsuc- pen 15-5 half. substitutions frequent seniors connect holding down. saturday game. penileld should walk. 6:30. certainty suffering case seven bring them top form there. safely danger staleness. far continued page 'i dem. women elect officers joseph, connelly, lorain, head democratic women's federation taken federation's josephs' wednesday. same were: frank billings, dengate, tom presidents; marcella schmitz, recording secretary; d. k. wilson, corresponding secretary, wm. grail, auditor; mayme eschman, historian. committee are: ed de- chant, harold braun chas. blackman. association voted support roosevelt re-vamp court, revised own constitution laws. opened harry wolf, retiring president, tea served ladies ann's circle no. two. henry miller aiternoon baker tiome miller, 78, town line-rd., died niece, christene riley, death due heart ailment aggravated influenza. greater ufo past years, niece survived nephews. rev. schmidt, pastor peter's evangelical reformed church, officiated rites. street "it takes halt hours hardboil ostrich egg." yes, you? combed violent attack camp fever serving aide-de-camp stepfather during siege yorktown. parke went vernon, amid care surrounded sister. pleasure pre sence gavo tender passage human side history. birthday earth, 22, 1799 nellie's wedding happiness intensified bridegroom favorite nephews, lawrence lewis, sister betty. died, december lewis stay widow, comforted could, presence. early writings 6 scholar tests contests find places programs activities teachers, students lor aln schools remainder mid-winter educational wednesday, 24. teachers system, various seven, followed cards, dancing. husbands wives invited. interest sectional clearview march 5 6. superintendent principals th month 17. april, scholarship test month, senior averages taking part. band, orchestra choral saturday, april pta council eaton 13. superintendent-principal 21. importance blue ribbon spelling 6; examinations may. super- tendont-prlncipal 19. discussev improvements egeland, proprietor egoland wallpaper paint store, speaker study group afternoon nicholl. entire devoted topic improvements. egeland's concerned color wall treatment, displayed pictures samples illustrate statements. e. foster read interesting paper subject "how keep furniture ship-shape". explained methods caring upholstery, mahogany etc. suite. g. nord "new trend furnishings". absence presi dent, alexander, penton presided i. maxwell portion book, self-teaching course practical english effective speech." 8 h, powers, theme opera. mary o'nell wilson meeting. citizenship papers largest class eleven total hun- dred eighty membors ain announced -jfl. 'j buel, director naturalization, county. 182, r! registered ta david thonrp-.-;! son, edward ellis, walter morg-5 ner, jacob herbst, alexander lockart baird, n catherln burnett.' andy yurechko, sllman bolus, mariska vacsi. number, pola list thlrfjwj three, nationalities hungarians, czecfoslaves, ji slaves, italians, rnaaiiuti spanish. thrill hungry talking fat land. ;
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-02-19|
|Date of Original||1937-02-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-02-19 19 7|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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