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.tyyblrv-iiy apt" am he news-times rst volume xix, number i our washington news letter washington, january 13 out of the welter -words hurled in present controversy absorbing public and politicians' attention, a cold-blooded analyst could rightly say that hullabaloo is nothing more than struggle bo-twoen abuses government business. valuable time wasted by leaders laymen devoting their efforts to situation comparable childhood game "tag" with each group unwilling be labeled "it" or taking blame for slump. few helpful measures bhould expected from tho current dissensions which re dominated largely political considerations. neither nor business can afford remain implacable foes without incurring heavy casualltles bid popular support. even rank file lawmakers who ordinarily enjoy these sensational clashes about national policies are restive under wave criticism folks back home, have little like anything smacking another depression. beating tomtomb at jackson day dinners this week blasts industrial camps policy do not provide material peacemakers. president's address congress indicating modification anti-business did check ickes-robert, hymns 6f hato. hearings senate committee as causes depression unemployment clarified smoking atmosphere 16 some respocts. while left-wingers ,the administration persist claiming dubious credit contemplating straight-jacket industry, facts itself has provoked many restrictive now pending. it true ardent new dealers originated laws curbing normal operations, but least three major bills before house today directly traceable inter-industry competition wherein one attempts freeze rivals through legislative means. cross-section o important conversations hero identity successor associate justice sutherland, retires 18; opinion prevails president must select man west pass heated senatorial examination his qualifications; certain advisors toying idea wage bill providing minimum annual wago vice-president garner, power on capitol will confined regulation hours; congressional resistance curtailment outlays works an election year; resentment among right-wing legislators toward plans tax revision utilizing taxing penalty against corporations ford motor company other closely-held concerns bad graces agencies; optimism retail sales fi'om larger stores country show gain nearly six percent 1937 private surveys merchants faith future bu .gets calling ten increase spring operations only declines noted. tinge hopelessness may noted report u. s. civil service commission submitted week. practical ideas subject servants unfortunately clash 7lth the- exigencies politics. recognizing ramifications politics, remains adamant us opposition allocation federal jobs solely patronage basis. frankly slates "this growing tendency introduce legislation oxecptlng positions law matter grave concern". the' merit system, selecting employees goes window when law: makers re-election campaign at; hand. 50 kotp'sand 1 sisters held installation beautiful ceremony, open ed public, mm. wilma egeland waa installed most excellent chief amherst pythian last monday night. officers same were june carter, ex cellent senior; sophia rubel, junior; evelyn racsler, manager; francis battenhouse, mistress records correspon dence; ethel pietch, finance; laura young, protector, lillian miller, guard. installing officer mrs. jessie mclean, bernlce car ter cynthia monger. chief's station was decor ated palms, all dressed white lace gowns. escort- ted into hall degree team, members, white. carried lighted candles formed semi-circle officer's station. following obligation they crowned flora, represented dorothy kolbe. crowns wreaths smllax flowers color stations. janet rae barbara raessler, jean miller elaine who, acted as. flower girls. short song ceremony lottie kleefeld presented rose. carter kleefeld,, mfs. monger edith hoffner corsages, past chief, eva her pin. knights fol lowed sisters. bert officer, ed. moebius grand master arms. were: carl e8tvchancellor; ice chancell'pr; chris wilkor, prelate; roy '.stevens, work; william heller, ehrmon, 'master exchequer; george benedict, arms; bene dict, outer remarks made several those present, vocal selections given kleefeld, musical numbers wilhelm brothers assisted raymond wragg, walker james bauer. music furnished krugman, robert fleckner, schultz geoffrey also played dancing luncheon. paul mori named head church meeting st. john's evangelical church, south amherst, sunday atternoon. reports year read elect coming year. elected president; jake wilhelm, vice ernest schneider, financial secretary; albert mori, recording henry flernan, treasurer; clarence kurth, elmer schacht harold brucker, ushers. expect rush dog licenses remaining deadline purchase license tags dogs, mayor cooper, local registrar, expecting 125 been sold so far.. over 400 thru cooper'b office. costs $1 males spayed females $3 females. imposed after deadline. fined charge recwess driving joe komiveb arrested reckless state patrol atternoon $10 appeared cooper monday. arrest patrolman davey north rldge-rd. dr. rubel moved n. a. his7 offices above avery jewelry store rooms post install monger, bernice wilmah egeland, hbffner, instal ling ters installation. baby 3 years old -- gringal rites caroline gringal, 86, resident 45 years, died homo elyrla-ave wednesday morning. although ill health two half she had bed weeks. born germany came america 29 old, residing grafton 11 years. since fliat (by f. r. powers) probably southern california stretch territory whole world where things unlike, beginnings wholly irrelevant another, thrive nobly well close proximity. desert valleys mountain tops bespeak fiardy forty-niners. cloistered missions along el camlno real materialized dreams holy men remembered spain. astounding city los angelas comes upon bodge podge cosmopolitanism man, crca'03, always leaves behind. shadow lies plaza, mellowed serene, serene soap box har-anguer folded up, being say. stone'e throw away 11. tie mexican olvera street serra cross guarding entrance. .bearing dlectlons, distances,, aristocratic iwlislilre"' boulevard, walled cites" ol .movie land, ancl. hollywood' boulevard. beam friday, 14, 1938 sisters' sis buggy friday lived amherst. survived sons, edward home arthur brownhelm; daughters, ernst eady, lagrango frank peters, oak harbor; nine grandchildren eight great grandchildren. funeral services 1:30 p. m. paul's luthoran 2 churches ing parisian lamplight. blue pacific whose tumbling surface holds no record passed all. small wonder then, forest lawn memorial-park glendale, should different, wee kirk heather 'faithful reconstruction "bonnle annie laurie" worshipped glencalrn, dumfriesshire, scotland. flowers, kirk's companion inspired quaint centuries village stoke poges buckinghamshire, england. think hard now, way your english literature. remember yard gray wrote "elegy", my thinking never equalled any poet, be. acres softly rolling green' bills, nestles green hills in.'auck' aa would lead ono (been , there centuries. examine high school pupils schools scene moro usual activity dew, county commissioner, busy examining students. physical s ninth grade first service, extended school. pupil examined tako parents, urged consult family physician if abnormnlties reported. later bo senior cooperation school, parents physicians benefit secured students, soon entering life's work. miss paddock hoy, gave mantoux (bkin tost) 139 students grades dew emphasized skin test especially second children mr. l. b. hlndman, secretary lorain tuberculosis association, gavo illustrated lecture student body 6. spoke value detects presence infection. described part nation-wide effort eradicate tuberculosis, once known greatest cause of, death. twenty per cent received thirty-eight joseph's tested. dow both thursday, 13, "read" test. estimated took positive reaction. "may wish obtain .oew returns thursday. building remodeled remodeling clevbland-sandusky brewing co. park-ave recently purchased w. morris florence full swing. operate chicken hatchery here handle line poultry supplies. front separated rest partition. tentatively sot opening date feb. 5. council sponsors dance completed' saturday affair guests. sponsored council. stained glass windows aro pictured scenes life laurie, nobly-born annlo laurie dwelt max-wellton castle whom lover douglas laid himself down battlefield flanders. room near entrance see mementos authentic documents concerning her. forecourt wishing chair built very stones original laurie. glencalrn ruins, fairies blest stones, furthermore said good torture forever smile upon' bride groom sit wedding day, clasping hands repeat together verse sees tablet if. mission does to, happy union but. parting instead, believe you seek court sandstone center rotary club charter night rapidly completed program auditorium impressive list distinguished guests invited them attend. mason elyria special communication king solomon's lodge no. 56, f & m, saturday, 22nd 7:00 o'clock masonic temple, elyria, ohio, melvln maynard johnson, 33 puisbant sovereign commander supremo northern jurisdiction, a., give talk "freemasonry". johnson outstanding authorities masonry world, written books interesting speaker. native boston, mass., dean boston university melvin decendent capt. edw. camo 1628 famous author, explorer leader colonial days. prior puissant commander, johnsorihad served varied capacities, particularly massachusetts addition ho traveled extensively abroad, making closo study lands. sam squire, superintendent banks pa3t phort "early county." prominent masons attendance arrangements large gathering masons. god's garden. iron gate swings between stone walls enclosure, notice bids enter unlesp. pray meditate. sized marble statue christ, attitude blessing, stands gleams solid lacing ivy hat covers wall hind, liked better makes difference anyone myself. there's brightness it, mosphere going ceasing. grey ivy-covored without, within huge sweeping ferns hang arches either side . .nave, low living, throbbing-throated canaries pour songn ps ecstatlcal rdbj lus morning spring. words of' jeans chancel ar$h counsel for.fii friendly anjl abundant life: continued nn po.ee, 'imam v. as-if sal herman j. nord cleveland itotary toastmaster. singing enjoyed dinner. banquet, welcome. response bunn club. introduced district governor i. covault lorain. trio. presentation allen d. albert, paris, iii., international. accepted appreciation expressed walter g. nord, gartho oliver everhrird, dist. gov. 158; mullholana, pres. int., toledo; sapp, huntington, ind.; arch klump, rotary, cleveland, ohio. govornors are: barrett, findlay; john bentley, cleveland; jamer c. card, cleve land; alva gluck, minerva; dillon crist, alliance; fred hopkins, fostcria; markley, canton; lawrence webber, elyria; charles starkey, ashtabula; roland white, ii. squires, columbus; art crlsty, tampa, fla., king, de troit, mich. walter. nordpre'sldent; tho: finnegan, wiseman, jr., secretary-treasurer; werner zilch, sergeant nt directors thomas e. berk, clar ence powers, rev. burris, august nabakowski. p.t.a. routine occupied attention members pta meet buslues3 session, by-laws ofihe organization read, pupih junior und.r direction lucille leach. rendered eighth orchestra comprised bauer, walker, wragg wilhelm. abraham waller radsovlch. norma wavrick favored solo shirley ward rave acrobatic dance. mary pow ers piano duet ruth schulz entertained selections. program, hindman, executive loraln-co tuberculosis. play t. a.' wed. speech class one' act' feature bouth parent teacher assocla- tlon. several-selections ;the girls ninette, groijp composed ot jekrn-bers of.',the girla'alee clu.'v were, announced. ,f(; k bingo party belfeld i, av itbe -t tlfurt tlillvaaaw wlntfitfsjfci .am- vinraf aria vl u rc t.(.(w h a! jit. mmw -win mm "u'1 ' j off?.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-01-14|
|Date of Original||1938-01-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-01-14 19 50|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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