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amherst news-ti j 'si volume xix, number our washington! news letter washington, jan. 19 peace overtures between the govern ment and business as a means of checking present recession resemble three-ring circus. it is difficult to keep public at tention focused on white house negotiations in center ring while other attractions under tent are spotlighted noisy. despite fanfare publicity, national icadors privately concede time for meditation which will oventually result strong framework prosperity. haze uncertainty seems en velope whole scene all par ticipants ponder whether cur rent situation requires emergency treatment or long-range policy planning. talks this junc ture an3 largely an exploratory nature. cle'ar that industrial chief tains i-ollticos f'reatly cheered trend affairs. mere fact spirit co operation prevades discus' blons here president leaders has stim ulatlng effect quarters. guerrilla warfare exist ed since new deal opened its offensive social economic reiorms i-vm nas graauauy un- dermlned nubile confidence ...,i.. . try live harmony. certain ..(. n f .inh..i.m , through deliberations each side makes soundings far go policies, call compromise many cherished ideals. tension devel oped pn capitol h111 been consiaeramy lessened over tures looking toward stabilized ,.progranv definitely underway. echoes from coherences snow mat eacn feeling way with caution prevent frustration. hearings before committee ways income tax revision beginning week indicate congress not be rushed into enacting revenue law early date. taxpayers were hopeful internal changes giv- ing some rellot heavy burdens could bo written sta- tute by march 15, final day filing returns. long list wit- nesses together necessity drafting details claim uueiiuun oi me wouse lor several weeks. then, measure must io tno senate ior similar near- lags another stumbling ,.- u ,u ravwion. tne - uu-mmmm- tee, worker! subject -j" iu1 dqioittl uluiiluh, diiu yv h i ii ill congressional sympathy extended hard-pressed small corporations, but much relief larger outfits. few excise taxes, have bothered collectors, such those toilet soaps, toothpastes, chewing gum cameras repealed if commit- recommendations approv- others gasoline cigarettes produced money federal govern- their abolition out question. politicians watchiag keen interest attempts la bor restore own camps. feud tween john l. lewis william green clans reached stage wherein rank file rising protest. annu al. meeting miners union, lewis-dominated, held next storm signals flying. resentment growing against use dues paid fin ancing c. i. o. drive, lew' expected emerge chasten still tho saddle. open threats administration laws requiring trade unions as. tauine legal responsibility i,,ano' sans two vocal duets. racts alarmed hill nord received boys, who primaries club's charter dr. offing. speaking labor allen d- albert, past president, politics, observers laughing rtary international, talked spectacle presented length upon rotary foreign governors seven southern lands, ideals, states mot recently, movement. they assured "rotary dedicated roof support wage form town, build schools, con-and hour bill, had do- struct sowers ... training foated votes. 'school members cult!- 51 section t, l .. lhe photgph above was ?ry 9uh gue1ts seated lna.n.me ptur? snows, hundred guests omit- ili tr,m y16 foreground "'s" scn1 rcnes"a- table across front splendor marks night setting splendor, guest numbering more than 200' people, am herst club last monday night. school gym, where ne,q' sl0tm nddon wouna ma le reaenmg almost cell lng- stringing pole core gym col ored lectric lights. foot garden, leading cen ter ot speakers' wnlk resembling stone, fashioned slate colored asbestos shingles. lining walk both sides greenery potted plants evenly spaced, tables diagonally placed, seating six gnests. 1ighted g0id-colored candles tabl0( dearing purple shields whlcu r,dbon w vi bearing insignia name one nearly every country world organized. appeared purple, carrying rotary's colors gold. table, similarly decorated, ran stage. rotarians north ('''" ohio fll!ed r( on? herman j. a'om, cleveland ro- ary mem,),:!r ad brother prtsldent waiter g. rotary, toastmaster. group tinging "america", followed itivocation dinner. after din ner mayor clar;nco e. cooper, welcomed guests, resnondal bv paul niinn. lorain rotary- fling,agi un. der direction of. d. thomas, followed. program continued district governor harold co- vault, introducing distinguished read telegrams messages ranking rotarians. trio, consisting the- misses thelma mays, emma dreschlcr dorothy' jones, mrs. phillip jaeger large attended party shows only part crowd nieht dartv amh. rn further right left picture. vate desire capability serve people trying make member better citizen his sphere influence. us foster civic movement would discourage aggressive leadership nbn-rotarlans. we want take back ideals calling lift up ideals." dealing movement, speaker said, "rotarians peace, coward's man's knowing he right. may come my life, might lifetime younger men, unless do now." accepted charter, george garthe, amherst's organizer, responded. garthe then rotarlan bell, gavel bag. audience saluted flag strains "the star-spangled banner" floated piano song. f. r. powers did you know village once brought trial? sixty years ago happened here's how was, according account "amherst's story". april year 1873 granted vill age amherst, corporation begun elec tion these officers: mayor, a. crosse; clerk, w. gilbert; treasurer, joseph trost; marshal, b. robertson; councilmen year, fuller, brown nathan; years, barney, h. clouse. james manning. crosse pay attention duties should have. no doubt demands profession something neglect. remember- old-time doctor made bis calls .horse buggy unimproved roads, wo inclined sympathize somewhat good doctor. hand, can't hear echo truth spoken friday, january 21, table. are: walter nord, toastmaster disc. gov. covault, bunn. joins sundays-closing tuesday joined communities state local closing hours sunday liquor establishments. council also took action regulate weekdays fixed regulatory points however, most latter accord previous ordinance effect. 'llio prohibits sale 12 midnight 5 m. during saturday 6 monday. it- any amusement, entertainment dancing establishments; beer wine 1 half alcoholic content person 21 old; per cent intoxicated. penalties violators fine less $60 $600 jail sen tence ten ' days months both. now regulations trial indignant citizen? "ho when sworn office, didn't he?" anyway, missed too meetings finally appointed remind him duties. fol lowing visit tended improved regularity time. reasons known himself absent meetings. special session, investigate cause mayor's second lapse duty, everybody answered "present i" roll overybody except crosse! indignation adverse criticism broko head first citizen! ordered trial, charges mado nnd sont him. stolidly denied charge, e., ho guilty wilful neglect duty. however admitted third filed htm wero true, wit, refusal obey ciuncll's orders 1938 drawn comprised mcqueen sabiers. published twice signed mayor. visitors, including three permit holders, ostentatiously purpose taking discussion measure. charles edwards comment make. said favor urged wets drys work together." view allotment wottrlng, developing wottrlng page 2 fines collected. voted remove councilman hirschlng elected pro tem. notices issued election near future chosen. so went polls becoming dutiful clt izens re-elected evening november 17, 1874 furnished bonds office. townspeople started draw sigh settlement nffalr stop middle it, yet over. objection arose quarter, illegal, offlco declared vacant again barber (why .mister hirshing off, gentlemen?) pleasant little game '.'now see don't" close december 8th sandstone basketball carnival replace dance high class high' place annual birthday ball aid roosevelt fight infantile paralysis. plans completed committe cooper's office post master c stiwald, general industry moving moved least process moving. company equipment corporation. purchased assets signal american crucible corps lorain. k. tisdale garage men installing machinery. officers president; p. vice ii. warren, secretary, don granger, treasurer. act production manager whilo warren sales manager. practically same personnel handled corp. force plant eight wottring holds patent rights handle. continue progress, al though handicapped aeai dy xact tnat tney here. " 'however, fh'einovihg'is expect get top speed. wednes behind orders. complote line traffice sig nals control manufactured scale. dis tributors country. stated employ about start increase working later. hired just now, pointed out, transfer .from plant. concentrate additional improvements company's located factory building. clover leaf meet friday regular cloverleaf afternoon home crosso permitted virtue 14th year. became liko heard talk flew uee uunng mose uays wnen decision concerning pending. what peoplo say met streets churches? conver-sation homes coun cilmen, children asleep bed, wife discussed meeting? opinions expressed secrecy df chamber? spoke them why? react vagaries situation? words words! gone, surely leaves winds rains memorable autumn 1874. re called echoing hand material delightful chapter can found best contem porary fiction. chairman presided notch teams vicinity scheduled play attractive ever offered fans edun-ty. teams, & cleaners eagles appear th0 card. addition south hawks, birmingham firemen, oak-wood dairies midland steels seen action. 7 o'clock amherst. players graduates respective schools rivalry exists. listed grudge battle inasmuch hawks season unsuccessful. hawkb agreed on, charity help worthy cause. firemen tangling oakwood dairies. well team stars listing former loraln-co lineup. urslc, dunlap, barlarlc, mc-conihe, skolnlcki brothers, carek notchers have, appeared. her& innumerable times wih'have their" hands full knocking ol toughest section. included roster wasem leo kinsley, joe kleminosewskl, boyle, arthrell yarsa, reln-hardt bob hostetler. withy exception boyle starred lorain-co league veterans basketball. coach henrietta kent stale star. tako foes steels. efforts originally akron firestones log cabin theso available, find cleaners. outfit mostly old slaughter bro- thers pennzolls, staged torrid games seasons. won played pennzolls ono a' game. patron tickets aro selling $1. ticket admit holder friend carnival. admission gate 35 cents. charge affair sti-wald, chairman, btlwald, harry wolfe, schaeffer, conrad zilch, georgo frank, bodmann jr., miller, wm. robertson, fred hogrefe, nabakowskl, deiner, mori, brennen, iona maxwell, michael, bibwn, kaser mrs! wilraah egeland. hospital board elect 20th assombly room town hall 7:30 report foe, given thratfmahi. bers elected., opa public, ? to- : -mi
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-01-21|
|Date of Original||1938-01-21|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-01-21 19 51|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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