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. - ' " ?1 amherst filffi i t cp news-ts '9 j r s volume xix, number our washington news letter washington, nov. 17 congressional leaders aro obviously perturbed during tho initial week o the special session, they have a first-rate problem of determining policies based on president's wishes and their ability to sell program turbulent legislative body. at least or ten days will he required for boys feel way around ,the political labyrinths. are doing utmost keep attention centered objects thoj president's' call 'rather than risk revival multitude controversial matters. chieftains particularly engaged in ar ranging affairs hold antl-lynching bill off debating floor because it is loaded with dynamite. peacemakers capitol pray that whatever court reform plan of-- fing be postponed until regular session january. skein sufficiently tangled by warring factions without introduction unscheduled trouble hill. unmistakable signs business recession apparently altered some fundamental thinking administration circles. switch not all cheering white house advisers who radical theories about omnipotence government. im plications message congress his conference clear now convinced governmental intervention an enormous scale definitely slows down eventually paralyzes natural economic forces which govern private enterprise. men do want return slump recent years politicians cannot afford such set-back. captains industry, while welcoming evidences changed policy result coordination government efforts mutual endeavor prevent another depression, unduly sanguine believing mr. roosevelt has surrender ed any basic ideas antago nisms. feet ground say would bo presuming too much consider mere alteration form moder ated rela- tions industry as olive branch. briefly, observers, con-'cedo tanen turn right," but few additional statements must garnered order determine extent course. wheel-horses been making quick surveys this weigh relative strength blocs gathering votes various propects be-for congress. preliminary reports indicate stormy seas ahead skirmishes due day over iasuo3 included list chores meeting. war par east rumblings europe pro-yoked peace organizations fervor, prompts them demand tightening neutrality laws before international politics statesmen here nation's nosltlon. thoso charge foreign relations indicated preference postponing consideration matters january domestic should handled first eo more time may given overseas policies. agitators, militarists pacifists, arrange show hands circles soon. naturally, there looso talk wis rushing pet measure through mill. facts baffled outset be-causo returning members preaching doctrine modification proposals authorizing extension federal power regulate business, agriculture social welfare trend reflected within ranks. wage hour halted powerful rules committee seem3 destined complete overhauling if when satisfactory armistice arranged between contending factions. senate new farm days, commit shows no hastemrs .the matter. avo. 44 council seeks paving projects council, last tuesday night, expressed desire usidents unpavod streets village wishing paved, make their' know council. wpa then made pavement costs property owners half what ordinarily costs. six already paved the. under plan, arid similar being sought both governments. elyrla-av. was discussed night residents street. those meeting favored project representative attendance desired opinion street concrete, 24 wide, curbing each side. other like get leaction from mlddle-av., woodhlll-dr., west-st. ana ethers yet unpaved. resident jackson-st. also reported sides' joining curb had poured asphalt crack developed pavement. tom laundon, engineer, said these week. councilman cameron, speaking projects, "i'd advise people unpaved quickly possible. us live were war-time prices how u good chanco cost cost." cemetery trustees authorized build fence alone south side cleveland-ave. contract lorain telephono co. furnish police fire alarm signals authorized. allows dog run loose; fined mayor cooper after pleading guilty allowing loose arraigned fore c. e. fri day, dale hummond, columbia-twp farmer, ordered produce saturday night. hummond claimed disappeared brought mayor's court. lined destroyed. arrested warden leo minkler. mlnkler responsible sheep killing territory. henrietta junior class present play nite high school "step lively", three act play, auditorium next cast includes: joseph billings, mill owner president denham trust co., earl berg; jr., lyle kingsley; theodore cunningham, bflllngs' secretary, melvin bates; courageous thimble, knoble; mary smythe, billings' sister, barbara brown; beverly, juliet rose marie mary's daughters, esther kissell, thelma kingsley julia roz-bob; gwendolyn smith, niece, lucille hopkins; martha holton, madge currier; lbveland, wilson-winnie leona hop kins; harry arry, betty linger; nora, maid, virginia twlnney; jerusha sally wil-4iams. mrs. wolf returned her home cleveland af ter spending several .days george schroeder, tenney part garden club met monday november held james nichol! two guests present. jay gillette neal morgan. decided omit december third nominating appointed monday's report election officers held. mrs., clayton young nicholl. item admitting one member, lucy leimbach. following short given. nicholl gave "care plants" foster told "table arrangements seen higbee show". roll answered "my favorite mum". workers move wed. shifted forest washlngton-st jobs crownhill cemetery. work completed tuesday. wind up wore working undertaking job. continue weeks transferred oberlln. senior league st. peter's evangelical church monthly parlors evening. urged f. r. powers ninth month among romans year months. month, contained thirty days. later taken it, julius caesar restored added another, thirty-one. augustus, reign fixed thus re mained. grey months, brightening towards end where thanksgiving festivities anticipations christmas holidays come into picture. i, my grade recall we spent great deal ot getting shape. oh yes, always "spoke pieces" wednesday afternoon day. garbed best dresses we'd rustle (starched petticoats) back noon, friday, 19, big crowd packed si. sunday h honor comets football dinner 150 gathered gym pay team, co-champions northern ohio league. bang, sports editor news, principal speaker ho varied talk, discussing phases telling highlights sports. experiences ae newspaper man. weii received ladies well men. evening's opened served science department school. song, written miss leach, sung timo alma masters. wholo joined singing it. n. s. hearn toastmaster proved very one. meal, rousing songs. supt. powors offered remarks, interspersed light humor. coach bob hubbavd spoke words defense extra-curricular passing out awards squad. numerals awarded stayed did earn letter. receiving yeager, gene poor, jim dellofield, wesbecher, elmer telzerow, elmas towne, w. bailey, russell krieg, henry sharp, mccann, john ruth. varsity letters presented donny haas, freshman; ray frederick edwards, sophomores; gordon, chester kelieher, hurt were, upon arrival found teacher hadn't considered occasion onough importance change dress, too. exercises usually song. "over rivor thru woods grandfather's go ". intervals there'd interruptions timid little knocks door, quietly arise, carrying hand paper written, tip-toe across room open door visiting ladies. happened your mother, rest children turned looked you, world they'd never you before. smile nod. you'd face crimsoning, yourself close tears, seeing mother dressed place whore weren't accustomed her. 1937 clarence- gerber ralph holz-hauer, juniors. seniors speech letters: ehrman, howard young, don maze, gerald van keuren, (herbort gammons, lauor, thomas, irwin maxwell monty haas. haas chosen honorary captain lettermen. presentation awards, introduced program, dancing enjoyed music furnished .; five piece orchestra wellington. banquet sponsored student grand chancellor cahncellor dustln youngstown head dignitaries 64 th anniversary founding k p lodge celebration congregational starting 6:30 p. m. serve meal. state expected corriell, bowling green, keeper records seals; knapp, lorain, district representative; j. standen, member committee. original charter local lodge, none living night's tribute them. pot pouri didn't realize time, perhaps, actually wero proud happen vast army qf women child stood group recited "the landing pilgrims." remember line: breaking waves dashed "? it's poem, every become familiar. reason i'll count poems probably fact .that once me learn spoeak thanksgiving. oh, morning right recess, wrote songs blackboard copied composition books. minutes extra, try melodies sandstone center ehrman bldg. purchased bldg., corner park av. sold domanik rebman, meat grocery merchant. building contains stores office floor, 2 offices suites second floor. sale largest single real estate transaction years. far could learned, changes rentals time. a. v. hageman. bought 11 ago month. estalo transactions, are: lot rd. emil erecting residence, same mr;. walter schulthels let douglas schulthels. mike bohick so. anrherst krok. b. spidel 34th st., lorain. l. zuspan dolly jason ave. wm. wester main ruth soffio chlsler hbuse august naba-kowski raab crosse ets. sales transactions most active folks saw clearvlew drum bugle corps parade week? striking girls blue wool uniforms golden colored trim, expertly drilled, performed bugles drums. if, watching them, allowed thoughts wander beyond admiration stage, tremendous amount preparation so pleasing exhibition. curious responsible, called durling phone asked questions girls. she graciously me, pass taking granted course, you're interested i. thirty-two organization membership forty addition fife players goal continued page large crowds observe 80th marking 80 religious service community, evangelical-reformed paid homage early pioneers founded amherst. 600 persons attended evening service. many attending former services. rev. soell, pastor church, delivered sermon "tho choir solo "avo maria" rendered herman short. beautifully decorated baskets flowers st paul's women's union elyria; john's amherst; womon's men's church; henes, witt, deuschle, rudolph sabiers florence miller. sorvice, recognition donors gilts. recognized carl shrubbery front edifice; weigand, piano; fred berger family, altar cloth memory daugh sister died messages read schmidt conrad springer, greunewald haeffle. churches elyria, amherst, valley city annual fall rally church. 500 krafri, cleveland, speaker. whilo bowlus, oberlin, sang solo. reunions confirmation classes 1857 1907 sunday. builders' services, 1007 dr. charles miller, "innritus heidelberg college, rm.n, guest sunday's bicycles bicycle only appeared headed extinction strong comeback. concrete evidence yard whereas four ago, upwards 60 now. riding authorities. boys, reluctant "bikes" grounds, leaving near week, rack installed bicycles. located just old housing mechanical drawing space provides plenty rack. planned soon ao possible, thlb seem satisfied idea race see got space," said. firemen dance hungarian hall volunteer final plana affair friday meeting, fish fry chas. nickel, roy anderson zoukowski hosts. cards feature. birmingham, 'and
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-11-19|
|Date of Original||1937-11-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-11-19 19 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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