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amherst news-times .6 i.y, v "4 m if volume xix. number 47 our washington news letter washington, dec. 22 there la little of the holiday atmosphere on capitol hill. exceptions are noted it is usually based desire to get away from turbulent scenes for a christmas vacation. entangled in net work partisan politics, lawmakers do not bow seasonal spirit peace earth and good will men. inherent jeal ousies bicamerad leglsla- tive system become more pro- nounced as conferences call ed iron -out differences measures passed by senate house. each side openly accused maintaining cantankerous attitude struggle credit-grabbing. wage hour regulation farm bills rapid effective conciliatory tactics popularly known "horse-trading." exigencies far eastern situation have displaced doings congress headline attraction. sinking american gunboat panay japanese has diplomatic military experts their toes. fact that president taking direct hand matter lessens amount time he ordinarily would allot legislative picture. true his lieutenants pulling wires, but they same influence ab chief whipping rebellious solons into lino. incidentally, mr. roosevelt placed kld-glovo spat boys, diplomats politicians, thin ice deft stroke sending protest emperor japan. move put nippon war lords minor role, which you know east bad medicine these militarists who ignored civilian population land rising" sun. - notes garnered meetings about town political cults ventijate views contemporary scene deal with possibilities glenn frank new "moses" lead gop out bulrushes; bog engulfed coalition movement between republican democratic senators through premature publicity; complete abandonment extending relief taxes at this session forecasts delay regular term congress; administration's housing bill heading trouble considered patch-work proposition organized labor industry; whether left-wingers can persuade push seven tva givo public utilities death-blow when stand ready go forward an enormous program designed employ hundreds thousands; secretary wallace enlist white house support attempt rewrite mangled amendments what follow open criticism wpa chiefs policies permitting part-time farming industrial workers supplement income. militant groups been working many years effort purify civil service system. however, up-hill fight against strongfy entrenched factors. one aftermaths bitter factional over had switching votes under patronage deals. some charges muttered privacy o f congressional cloakrooms were directed al phabetical agencies off require' meats wherever possible. notorious proteges legislators given temporary emnlovment irnvnrnmrnt. partments promise obtain permanent status blanketing agreement or waiving examinations presidential order. currently report- only small percentage rendorol very interesting those holding posl-! talk l. b. hindman, ox-tions could pass rigid examln-' ecutive loraln-co ations the, com- tuberculosis health assocla-mission. consequence ' tion, "hotaryism." arol next week group meet kept tether hooks at-1 tho methodist tempts keep favorites , church. elyria rotary club federal payroll. furnish program. birth christ, most beautiful story all religious denominations, be observed nil local churches eve day. church planning its own familiar hymns sermon topics part services. earliest held &t. joseph's 6:30 a. m. other hold services latter morning although programs st. paul's lutheran annual sunday schools 7 o'clock. diversified presented consisting songs, recitations, pantomlnes so forth. english bo s german 9:30 topic "behold manner love father bestowed upon us." rev. r. c. bosse, pastor, deliver sormon. special musical numbers different grouped together service." school 9 m., 10 11 "glorifying christ ser vices" topic. promotion classes lu officers, recently elected year, stalled service. catholic 6 morning. preceding high mass, children march in, singing hymns. devotlonals before crib "sleep holy babe". men's choir sing "adeste fl-deles" offertory. conclusion entire congregation join xmas party south parent teacher association legion auxiliary joined presenting party. affair was tuesday evening. opened selections orchestra direction petersen. primary class sang two ginger bread boy carol, miss histed. recitation, trick santa, thomas capasso. play "cristmas mother gooso" mrs. schnaak parsons. margaret velage gave recitation entitled "a note santa." schacht rendered "tho bell song." "how old santa," mary alice dulmage. i'ageant, pike wright, feature chorus, accompanied chestra, conclude following entertainment, santa claus made triumphal en try gift candy. lorain gives here mon. noon meeting monday. several wero slnglng "holy god". wm. bodmann jr. will' organ low mass 8 children's singing. another tecka-witha sing. "adestes fldoles" sung benetilcition after god" bodman again march. fr. james smith announc confessions heard 4 p. eve. first evangelical friday night. charge. song department followed welcome nancy kaser. berk's present recitations including merry christmas, eleanor dute; early greeting, lou lightfoot; my dress, bar bara snyder; best day, vonne mueller; familar cos tume, richard berk; lord's birthday, allan hayes; mas, lucille frank. dialogue ward, thelma baxter ruth leuzler "worry santa" moore "our chimney" melvin hayes, "the mas star" dianne tabbert. boys sick's entitled, "why star shone bright." alan sick, snyder, max schorein, robert schroeder, donald leauzler, and' paul bechtel. "where presents grow" esther sick; jeanne candle" joyce anderson, song, manger lullaby", norma lange. carols post office sets record heaviest mail mailing year greatest history, officials announced week. largest mau ever handled tuesday. reported 12,988 letters daj; last 13,168 sent out. parce lpost also heavy. parcel set monday attaches believe 20 per cent heavier than year. peak outgoing believed reach (by general lew wallace) foreword: contribution today literary gem favorite mine years. i think no better way convey sincere wishes happy christmas. f. powers midnight roof cried out, "what light sky? awake, brethren, awake see". people, half asleep, sat up looked, then became wide wonder-struck. stir spread court below. soon tenantry inclosure gazing sky. saw. ray ot light, beginning height immeasurably beyond nearest stars, dropping obliquely earth, top diminishing point, base furlongs width, sides blending softly darkness night, core roseate electrical splendor. apparition seemed rest friday, december 24, 1937 barbara tabbert, lorraine mueller anderson "glory to,' department, th concluded silent night pantomlno herman's class, arlene brille, lois schlblefc. grobe phyllis frank, elaine springer, muriel hedges, pa tricia brandt, gloria mcklnney fay van nuys, but' allen, district superintendent, message worship, preside observanceof supper, aunaay evening ui ;ou young people give appropriate pageant day christmas". christian endeavor 6:45 hall loader. congregational union serlvce school, junior choir, trained kappley t. j. wil hams, appearance included prelude; opening hymn, "angels realms glory"; invocation; patrl; luther's cradle choir; scripture reading. june ward; department; prayer; choral response; prayer;" offertory; "it came clear" doxology; reception members; 'jwe three kinge orient are," i. hubbard, earl rockwood; "the, significance christmab," williams; closing j,'joy world;" benediction post-lude. sunday. "praising glorying" wiulams' mon starting wednes-day incoming began mailmen expect hard postoffice closed deliveries und packages made. lobby convenience box holders. spend relatives hile left fort wayne, ind., relatives. mountain southeast town, making pale corona along line summit. khan touched luminously, saw other's faces filled wond er. steadily, thru minutes, lingered, wonder changed awe fear; timid trembled, boldest spoke whispers. suddenly intolerably bright, covered eyes, dropped knees. then, souls shrank fear, fell faces, blind fainting, died voice said them: "fear not." listened. not, behold, bring tidings great joy, shall people." voice, sweetness soothing human, clear, penetrated being, them assurance. rose knees, looking worshlpfully peter's reformed candle re formed 11:30 service" communion. morning, combined bible hold. blblo pageant, "ho bethelhem." e. schmidt, charge john's 7:30 scheduled christmab however divine worship 2 tonight (thursday). start decorated keeping season large tree center interest. varied pre sented speeches. make appearanco 9:15 promised ap pear treat all. brownhelm (thursday) 7:45 songs etc. dramatization "silent night." parties during past afternoon. smaller provided giving af ter carols. later afternoon, treat. liquor conformance regulations ohio dept., store branch webster's pharmacy lloyd webster, manager, today. beheld glory man, clad robe intensely white; above shoulders towered tops wings, shining folded; forehead glowed steady luster, brilliant hesperus; hands stretch toward blessing. faco serene divinely beautiful. often heard, simple talked angels; doubted now, said, hearts, god us cams prophet river ulal." directly angel continued: "for unto born city david, saviour, lord." rest, whjle words bank minds. "and sign you," annunciator next: "ye find babe wrapped swaddling clothes, lying manger." herald again; told, yet sandstone world residents cost paving delegation jackson-st village council increase pavement winter. listening explanations mayor cooper, dr. w. g. schaeffer, engineer tom laundon werner zilch, apparently satisfied increased fault village. tommy bruce acted spokes k11ra7 tl"ktf treats san. inmates movies hunting fishing trips canada features pro gram annu pleasant view sanl- torium. sponsored county yellow dog club. conrad group, presided shown wooster, took canada. craig oberlin appeared readings. appearing clarence gerber, guitar selections; marjorle brill, readings; ralph holzhauer, cornet solo carter. ludwlg thomas, disguis claus, everyone orange couple struck auto saturday nite mike burghardt r.d. 2, elyria, stlll'in am herst hospital recuperating injuries sustained automobile couplo 'walking north leavitt-rd near middle ridge icad wore behind driven zimmerman 16, elyria. driver held. burghardi -ushed where thought both fractured skulls. x-ray pictures . revealed neither any serious injuries. burgharat nas lacerated scalp whfle received nothing severe shaking shock. employed oil co. while salesman ack-erman circle ann's society peter niesen. stayed awhile. ho ihe center, turned tremble men see flashing wings coming going radiant forms, v.olces multitude chanting uni son: highest, peace, men." raised eyes seeking approv oft red blowly ma jestically, upper snow, shadow vari-tlnted, like pearl expanded cubits stature, lightly, without float view, him. long gone down sky refrain measure mellowed distance, man wanted why coal should class! fled material job. told him november cut materials projects operation able receive materials. order $2,100 worth materials, authorities went ahead project wintertime using boiler supply necessary heat. pointed $500 boiler, coal, straw, etc got return. curbing used 38c foot concrete approximately cents foot. unable satisfactory answer except say requested stone curbing. project, lined bruce, $4,800. total, $162.25 deducted sower work. leaving $4,537.75. 1973 feet fronting pavement, $2.29. arms, literally, because brought up, estimated $1.25 attending night's .bruce, paul. meitzke, fred vlo oshyk, arnold rosenkranz bert marlowe. cooper informed installed spring corner chruch-st cleveland-av never worked satisfactorily. authorized reject return factory. schaeffer cracks n. main-st, martin west martin-av en- uing discussion need street commissioner care streets. motion charles cizl appointed councilman alex cameron declared rather let fill appointment. suggested tabled while, pointing winter save months salary. councilmen favor proposal, decided drop schaeffer's sec onded. discussion, john hollingsworth, nresent vil lage employe, mentioned favorably post. zilch asked possible walk laid bridge church-st school. worn almost impossible child wet weather getting feet. mcqueen benches erected skating rink youthful skaters place change skates. voted hol lingsworth wrect eight benches. reported. allow skating. instructed figure woodhill-dr putting sowers crosse-st. theso east-st job thus release quicker. must $20,000 now approved, aaid. ill
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-12-24|
|Date of Original||1937-12-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-12-24 19 47|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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