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the amherst news-times volume xix, number 28 friday, july 23, 1937 sandstone center of world a f ' 4 v our washington! news letter "washington, 22 prevailing convulsions sentiment on capitol hill have taken turn toward disintegration existing political parties and now alignments based either expediency or kindred philosophies government. distemper following death burial senator joe robinson, democratic majority leader, has assumed deeper blgnlflcance than mere symptom partisan "dog days" in which factions snarled snapped only to return brotherhood when heat passion had lessened. disorder directly attributable hotly contested judicial reform plan demanded by president roosevelt gone beyond flurry stage malignant character, observers believe will bring about sweeping fundamental changes two major groups designated as "democratic" "republican". these alarms are sounded with some lamenting sparks' from court issue touch off flames both ships force drastic repairs alterations. no strong metaphors needed describe havoc party particular direct outgrowth president's insistence that congress pass his bill changing supreme court. intrigues open threat purging those who dissent mr. roosevelt's wishes carroding effect solidarity. use whip spur white houso agents stimulated spirit division. old proverb, "there is repairing broken friendships" illustrates brought this one controversy explains schisms administration endeavors mete out punishment dissenting brethren. verily, "the wrath brothers fierce devilish';. resentments reached point where prudent man hard official life. senate far repentant so feud healing. net uncertainty over fate pending legislation. house discharged its chores, but inclined mark time. measures, passed house, blockaded senate's parliamentary tangle. wage hour regulation bills given an oven chance, pet reorganization government departments lost ground recently grievances pile up hill. story current . may change tactics through example for senate. antagonism leaders strategy delay project. success scheme not assured because overrode presidential veto farm legislation few days ago. rebellion cannot always be curbed retaliatory steps patronage been distributed too thinly key congressional districts. seething caldron politics bubbling connection confirmation fifty executives social security board. it do petticoat influence represented secretary labor perkins her followers among workers conflict hardbolled senators representatives interested preserving their careers. sticky mess revealed blowing lid extends into many states central endeavored dictate various commonwealths. undercurent stories at three collaboration dispenser' farley quietly building powerful machines establish control own insuro perpetuation office. does pay ignore home states. claim made pat harrison mississippi grabbed least sixty appointments set-up wagner new york running close second. resentment expressed against charge a. j, altmeyer, present chair board, actually rubber stamp seen camera upper left: mrs. clyde donnelly, harry ruth, miss marjorie bechtel hale were enjoying lake ride boat deck; right: john michael couldn't enjoyed if he left pipe home; lower looks bit worried, probably varied cases appear qn mayors docket several nature listed .the mayor cooper's during past week. men tried last wednesday. bruce, south amherst, was arrested tuesday evening officer ed mays. fined $15 costs intoxication appearing before cooper wednesday night. clarence quafsneski, arraigned driving while intoxicated. time appearance, still owed fine previously assessed. informed leaving town promptly paid $50 state patrolman h. davey men, friday night other saturday afternoon. edward kowalski $5 failing stop intersection route 57 elyria-av. richard leeds, fremont, samo same charge. steve fajor special deputy phil braun appeared sunday noticing fellows car all intoxicated condition, policeman carl ein-wechter them driver, 'clarence lafoun-tain, lorain companions, burton lyons, also lorain, costs. elwert coffman, 66, r.f.d. 1, monday afternoon ho $100 sheriff's department looking him 'charge mays deputies found him. township trustees hold light session business extremely regular semi-monthly meeting .trustees routine transacted. clothing store suffers damage damage, estimated $26o"was -incurred charles ebbs result heavy wind rain storm struck amlierst thursday evening. ripped hole roof water cascaded. trip 11 p. m discovered situation. pouring in, although tain stopped before. large selection pants suffered most damage. vacation vermilion-on-the-lake week girls vermllion-on-the-lako mary lahlff acting chaperone. included group betty beverly mori, marian florence heussner, "victoria lupe helen flowers. e f. r. powers could away home, distance miles, called vacation? answer question would depend, i suppose, extent ones plans further holidaying summer months. yery earnestly near future, certain conditions forgotten, am opinion shall telling folks next winter spent my lakeside. "how long you there?" "oh, couple days, see ." they'll me vacations. lakeside haunted year memory amelia earhart. years ago she speaker auditorium tho federation women's clubs there. recall us water, going aboard steamer chippewa quite early morning. rare privilege indeed, appreciated fully took advantage ot opportunity. day merry breeze, big bo kittenish, lifted lovely blue taffeta hat scouts clouds mike nabakowski didn't seeing; delbert dunlap, scout master grafton troop, worked late opportunity little nap. tourney entry list first call entries annual city tennlbflournament dick baetz, playground supervisor, tournament. players planning participate urged get soon possible order tourneys under way august. there four separate tourneys, men's singles, junior singles doubles. champions crowned divisions. walter michael, defending champion years, moved elyria ineligible defend crown. 'evan nord, reigning champ, compete senior division year. tournament held girls' expected popular one. aro plenty playing dally more availing themselves free instructions offered baetz. boys, too, taking course. baetz stated today piece head members party, set neatly down water's surface, reach everything horrified despairing gaze eyes. spoke crowd 2000 people. btood alone curtained stage, bright hair cap lively waves small head; slender figure clad long-skirted frock shirtwaist style. simply, humorous engaging manner, bhe told solo flight across athlantic. sheer magnetism personality charming, informal talked, audience word. sight person creating women children, "you-could-hear-a-pln-drop" atmosphere tribute intrepid girl stood them, inspiration every woman saw amelia, seated roadster outside hotel, ready make cleveland husband plane awaited her. people her, laughing .talking good-naturedly. tew moments-ot just coming up; think much shore-line throughout remainder july. proving jack trades addition super vising activities field giving docs capable job restrlnging rackets. limited boys 17 age. age limits groups. contacting legion picnic, card combined picnic american auxiliary families friends bechstein's woods amherst. public sponsored rooms hall grand prize awarded off, drive ahead overly fast, lecture, above 45 miles safer air. haven't doubt what i'm safe saying heard earhart following, greatest anxiety, progress search somehow, myself can't thought she's gone, is, wish perish midst magnificent air venture, manner lived, fearlessly! ambition endured realized went marblehead. marblehead quarry town, somewhat larger unusually good-looking churches sites anyone desiring beside erie, setting simple natural beauty, qulto green envy. perhaps things interest casual visitor lighthouse. ton completed program definitely arranged. full events, planned give everyone real fun entertainment, awaits arrival august 4th completed. begins 1 0 o'clock parade. prizes $ first, $8 second third boys' 4-h largest attendance parade offered. don't necessarily need to. there's individual $3 comically dressed boy flower show 27-28 tentative presented garden club e. foster, chairman committee, monthly hall. dates saturday, 27 28, young grownup, experienced amateur gardeners exhibit best specimens. growers heartily take part show, officials said roll re sponded "blues garden". display blooms enlivened room. reature tne paper "rock gardens" nicholl. hopes far. watch announcements concerning wins scholarship work physics william kreuck, member graduating class high school, oberlin college. kreuck spending grandfather newport, i. lutheran church aug. sunday, 1. site gathering. being rapidly affair. visiting here multowney son, sioux city, iowa, visitng former's aunt, anil nugent family, must village it, moment eyes remember you've ever lighthouses, noble contributions keep history mankind, straightway prickly thrills begin chase each your spine. lighthouse marblehead, spotlessly clean fresh coat whitewash paint, reared ma' jestlcally height almost ninety feet edge keeper's neat lawn. side, we proceeded climb iron staircase which, condensed circular building, winds round round. intervals windowed pockets can step servo nicely resting places lookouts. top met ed. herman, keeper, down. herman once. service 85 somehow imagined position should. good (continued page six) enters ticket movie jane theatre. como on, girls, pets, costume led band, band hand play concerts fill any dull mo ment might arise. races events everyone, older , women. event strictly program. feature something everyone. then want see. ball game between merchants merchants. allowed, practice allowed. they've got amateurs sense fact, bob berk, manage merchants, said, "if they throw fast iball won't play." expresses type be. back plate ludwlg thomas catching, frank mischka calling balls strikes umpire's position. it's clown through. game. leading teams soft league. snap-up $10, winner loser. firemen put demonstration furnish excitement thrills. chief stiwald already getting trim stunts department. 7 harmonica guitar contest staged park. $5, $2 contests. followed automobile drawing finale day, (bril liant fireworks. miller's patrol wore justice henry w. bernes, b. cook reckless operation motor vehicle. $10 misunderstanding routes 253 allowed romera, amherst-twp, escape flna $1 charged falling cook. however, regulations changed, miller pointed out. cars come complete vehicles slow 25 hour, said. pastor trip; services rev. c. schmidt 10 chautauqua lake, n. y. st peter's evangelical absence pastor. week, schedule inaugurated. worship 8:30 m. school classes t:80
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-07-23|
|Date of Original||1937-07-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-07-23 19 28|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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