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amherst news-times volume xx, number our washington! news letter washington, february 16 gradually the impression is gaining currency that government will eventually hand back to private enterprise unenviable burden of providing relief from unemployment. speculation naturally turns as time and extent administration policy revisions. a key this altered thinking in official circles direction expected white houso pronouncements on proposed alterations laws relating business. switch tho present federal "pump-priming" for not be accomplished without last ditch fight presidential left-wing advisors who believe political gains are well worth enormous expenditure taxpayer's funds. treasury figures reveal expenditures originally intended "stimulant" have encouraged beneficiaries help support themselves. it cogently argued with prlvato business given natural incentives profit provide jobs shirkers no alternative but work living. cannot withdraw entirely activities there aro many unemployables wholly dependent uncle sam. if you could put aside bias mentally project yourself into position its multiple problems, would bo an easy matter ascertain causes failure house out effective plan. mr. roosevelt constantly beset by two strong forces, irreconclble new dealers want placed strait-jacket regulations part their social-economic plans conservative element among his close counsellors suggesting policies which restore stability even at risk losing powerful election year. these right-wing contend still possible maintain basic features early platform higher living standards better working conditions continuing sabotage industry. legislators, obtained access president's ear, demand quick action they report unmistakable signs unrest resentment dilatory governmental tactics constituents. hence, surprising finds confusing babble . right left wings assails auditory senses. something definite shortly. difficult keep abreast bickering engendered considerations. farm control bill admittedly patchwork compromises had rough sledding capitol hill. interwoven so clashing schemes groups ultimate effectiveness openly scouted. tumblings discontents indicate congress soon asked take other steps toward, helping farmers. true secretary agriculture wallace made some toward goal ever-normal granary, pet ideas were scuttled indifferent stubborn congress. subsidy payment farmers may offer campaign material incombents hustings spring summer. whole represents feeling frustration after months deliberation. has been plenty shadow-boxing or gymnastics over current problem revising anti-trust laws. recommendations vital bearing attitude only late sympathetic attention complaints appeals cooperation b'uslnoss recovery recession handicapped prevailing policies. president acquainted fact agency exists power guide honest law-fearing men questions planning. 3 seek title clear view sat. long winning streak northern ohio league finally snapped, comets turn week clinching ninth title. obstacle path clearvlew clippers encountered clearview saturday night. first meeting teams, took 27 23 lead piling up lead. since time, skids hit low when became victims medina bees however, customary bottom can rest assured won't long, win lift them heights. incidentally takes more pleasure beating than any team. also seeking revenge victory achieved highly-touted gridiron fall. game final tilt monty haas, irvln maxwell, herb gammons, ralph thomas howard young. before sectional tournament held march. inspired wellington team tight zone defense friday stopped 3, 1934. playing fast aggressive game, dukes won hard fought id decision. stepped maurice paton dropped shot under basket - .eastin connected on. a. foul pot send filak whirl haas quarter ended. all through half wero content hoping break dukes' defense. stalling reached height hank edwards tossed ball forth minutes. second quarter, plan succeeded theory both getting shots line couldn't make click. everyone just missed. meantime cassell matching cooley basket. eastin free throw score 9 7 half. starting half, display real form. dust off ceiling, dumped pretty give four point fairy corner jim tied shot. easttn quarter. fouls matched them. then sucker shot, points game. scored it. mlnuto another great rallies poured boll drop through. although beaten night, alibi say least ten stronger aching prove big floor. get chance tournament, weakest bracket county tourney should qualify sectional, observers hero feel tough enough opposition. night closed home season 37 26 huron. lost homo south turned trick season. scout court honor top picture shows rev. clarence uerber upon receiving honor, 7th. lower salute flag retreat. standing vincent strauss, while saluting behind him john sharpe, eagle member troop committee, fr. smith. helen sahiers emory schibley married tuesday quiet cermony, witnessed immediate families, miss sablers emery t. j. williams tuesday. ceremony place congregational church 6 p. m. feb. pta monday , parent teacher association was school evening. following routine meeting, varied program presented. vocal solo, "little old lady" beverly sprague; valentine song, third grade; "who .loved best?", verso chair, piano esther sick; loralne hayes; "foreign lands," verse barbara t&h-bert; solo "candle light," f. r. powers; talk founders day, mrs. wesbecher; one act play "pay go" baldwin-wallace players valerie eppley. powers i am picks week, read little local story follows. concerning it, shall comment. it's like know about somo weeks ago, basketball ln high gym, georgie abraham found man's pocket book containing car keys endorsed checks amounting sum $38. on-closed card identified owner resident lorain. immediately geogie wrote man, telling purse contents returned whenever he como friday, 18, fr., jos. smith 'congratulating life merit certificate service, wed ding reception 17 relatives friends oberlln inn. three tiered wedding cake centerpiece table. later evening spend several florida cuba. reside 275 tenney-av return. graduate employed farmer's elevator co. ia manager motor sales, pon-tiac agency. popular couple guests showers pre-wedding affairs during past weeks. legion sponsors party tonight elmer johnson post, american legion, sponsoring bingo social st. joseph's hall (thursday). public cordially invited attend. "conversation piece" herst call man lorain came post hasto recover erstwhile possessions h e thanked find myself wishing hadn't said, beginning, i'd mako comment happening. where teachers ot yeb-ter-year those women sat desks presided corridors buildings lifo young? learning how write earliest days .educational experiences, seemeo.. us unto gods goddesses dwelt 1938 death claims jacob sabiers sunday claimed sablers, 48, amherst's est service. proprietor candy aud cigar storo village 28 years, watched practically children grow pass school. nearly every boy jgirl amherst, now families own, "jako". sudden shock entire community. apparently in. good health, suffered stroko died milan- av 9:45 sunday. tended schools square church. ho survived wife, marie, adopted son, lester, mother, phlllpino five brothers, john, george, august harry, ed ward, amheerst. funeral services wednesday afternoon zilch ida mae urban, pastor church, officiating. burial ridgehill memorial cemetery chargo conrad zilch. bicycles return popularity, bikes become plentiful city officials. fall, authorities forced recognize large prepare hours. council. numerous havo dangerous. fathers felt dan gerous ride streets oqually dangerous pedesterians rode sidewalks. officer earl outlined course rules councilmen ob serve. similar sot. hons being urged safety sponsored supt powers. out-lined are: 1 obey traffic regulations, such red green lights, ono way streets, stop signals. 2 rido straight weave traffic. light front danger signal rear riding. 4 satisfactory signaling device warn ap- proach. 5 pedestrians way. look cars crossings pulling parking places. your bicycle condition. 8 carry person cn bicycle. hitch vehicles. 10 always carefully. observe day observed schools' schools. grade ex change valentines rooms. mount olympus, students, votive adherents, worahpplng feot. years passed we advanced definitely upward, fine wo ourselves poking heads thru clouds. face olympian dwellers contact brought revelation mortal creatures humanly endowed! knew mary tilberg lived realm topped unsealed heights, privileged her friend glad now. thoughtfulness courtesy e. foster enabled sandstone center world busy session solons tues. lengthy session, discussed, occupied council tues day. present, deal done. finnegan absent. issues appeal cigarette packs empty packages worthless you? do away empty? answer probably "yes" questions. most people use each pack, secured veteran hospital. coo wore sent marine hospital cleveland result inmates received threo cartons cigarettes. james brennen, commander today issued residents save packages, am- lierst furniture called legion- aire contacted. rehearsing operetta rehearsals operetta, "bulbul," presented march musle department school, full swing, dorothy jones directing music margaret rice charge libretto, stqry .is, centered around royal custom marrying beelng ner until ceremony, heroine, burton hoffner alma masters, own plots counteract matchmakers, form entertaining story. cast characters includes david schmitkons, hoffner, bruck-er, bruce, joe fuhrmari, herbert gammons. evelyn izold, edith van kvuren, edna lehman, ruth riddle, lila muth, rosemary radde, marge lawrence, gerald kou-ren, donald maze, short, gerber, norman kreoger, clifford messal, nadine aldrich, betty barris, lucille 'hoffner, marjorio brill, hilda schareln, katherino harsar, braun, susan katonak, jessie biddinger, mao holzhauer. choruses include lois horn, bernadine donnelly, marie telze-row, woiczlkowskl, cella doris miller, jeanetto brucker, martha holl-stein, etary vargo, crete young, leona twigg, deuschle, jane pumphrey, janice schwltzke, naglo, joan brown, elaine bernard kelloy, schulz, albin wagner, henry sharp, maloney, ray bortner, edwin keuren, jack wllhelm, june draga, hogrefe, florence behrendt, patty blrdsong, norma holllngsworth, abraham, koopp, janet springer alice unn. interesting information you. foster, bertlno mill er, taught together miller's tillberg's rldgeville young ladles george homo. marked physical resemblance between them, doubt heavy auburn tresses, charming feature posaessod common, largely responsible surely color hair set town folk calling "red-headed ma'ams." my readerb continued page variety topics harold brown harry wolfo acted committee firemen firo-m en's payroll increased $100 presont, amounts $2 ordinary fireman. hose boys, captain jan itor receive additional compensa tion. favor granting increase, dr. mcqueen suggested referred next fire chief w. necessary firo action. tabled casting dissenting vote against tabl ing. poland, representative cyclone fence elyria, submitted bid erect clevoland-av cemetery. meeting. chas. mathes reported disposal plant rotten replaced. said cost $36 $40 sewer drainage instructed inspect condition wm. ehrman roads cemeteries bad shape requested buy slag. approximately six loads needed, said. taken .but., group, visit commissioners .seo hauling. larger bulbs lights downtown. stated church-st bo- ' tween cleveland-ave park-ave eight park tenney do. hq ugred ordlnanco barricade construction buildings. pointed ordinance properly enforced someone seriously injured. mayor cooper told gerlach girls assessed 139 feet cf frontage jackson-st allege 130 feet. engineer tom laundon looked records elyria wa3 deed. figure measuring street subtracting properties whoso listed. see board regard placing posts few downtown corners. tqwnhall committeo authorized meet township trustees improvements jail. agreed pay thirds cost. recent test 56 minutes police patrol town. 'waa patrolled once hours, enough. halt hour hour. stations tor tlmo clock bought policemen installed schedule started. required punch bis clock, outskirts seen patrolling district request harmon bees-ins maple tree cut down hia heard. application 8. wilson ppsltion force read. m
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-02-18|
|Date of Original||1938-02-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-02-18 20 3|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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