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amherst ew s-times volume xx, number our washington! news letter washington, mar. 1g government agencies, particularly those engaged in spending lavishly, are a mentor condition something like the anxious prospective parent pacing outside maternity ward of hospital. they flurry harassing expectancy as millions taxpayers relax from arithmetical gymnastics final days filing income tax returns for federal inspection. collectors internal revenue scattered throughout country under orders to flash by telegraph summary reported taxes hasty analysis treasurary experts here. feverish activity offices reflects uncertainty official circles senate takes over badly patched house bill series public hearings. administration policy-makers literally twitching at outlook senate. sentiment has developed there marked alterations white draft which weathered stormy session damaged condition. congress appropriated vast sums relief and ordinary expenses fiscal year beginning july 1, collections have vital bearing on these policies. will also mlrj ror true economic that small segment population earns enough pay tribute state. if folks back home were tuned with concealed microphone each table dining rooms house, would pick up tidbits conversation on: whether vote again wage hour despite assurances of' chairman. norton labor committee will' trot out an ncceptatjle" measure april or earlier; wonder organized labor, cio, slow down its open participation local elections seattle mayoralty turned thumbs their candidates did detroit last fall; pennsylvania democratic gubernatorial primaries assume national importance senator guffey lumps aboard john l lewis band-wagon lieut.-gov. kennedy, who is secretary treasurer lewis-dominated united mine workers; speculation rampant what do railroads retrench lay-offs employes after interstate commerce commission rate decision gave them only limited increase freight rates, mr. roosevelt take advantage his ten-day sojourn warm springs (ga.) cultivate southern political leaders effort regain hold rebellious delegation congress. whatever investigation into merry t. v. a. mix-up undertaken, it probably disclose clash personalities policies rather than anything smacking heavily big-time "graft." insiders see current maneuvers culmination os petty intrigues involving 3 t.v.a. commissioners whose jobs bigger abilities. short thorough probe congressional undoubtedly provoke more suspicion actual conditions warrant. censure feudist little effect cold water cat-fight. resignations other remedies not sidetrack need full publicity through inquiry. practicability study tennessee valley authority another agency, trade commission, openly scouted both groups directly responsible administration. peevishness t.v.a's. two morgan's lillenthal covers polltl clans dark fog. offi cial wants clean heath justify without regard where mud hits. march birthdays be honored monthly birthday supper sponsored loyal workers class first evangelical cuhrch held tonight (thursday) church. l)ir"jktys observed. 7 enters store, confesses 24 hours later tip, source been kept secret, saturday night led rapture arrest 14 old youth confessed breaking j. b. avery jewelry store earlier escaping loot valued $200.00. , found mayor c. e. cooper patrolman ed mays, denied robbery but then whole stoiy. officials believed he had accomplice stoutly this. entire was recovered home. failing attempt cut front window glass cutter, entered rear, cutting hole door panel jack knife reaching unlock door. according youth's story, entrance took place about 11:30 p. m. find any money went all parts display room great variety articles, including wrist watches, cigaret lighters, tie clasps pins, host rings items. obtaining confession youth, him juvenile court. being 14, court jurisdiction. dress shop opened sat. amherst's newest addition business section saturday, generous response people town, miss eleanor brosky, .owner 'of eleanor's "cotton )ress shop. new located former ruth building church st. near corner ten-ney ave. brosky operating lorain past years, operated connection slore. she large ot afhherst friends, sister dr. bert bros ky, chiropodist, well known bom berea, ohio, completing school employed cleveland. moved worked dry goods co. before opening her own store. four girls top honor roll topped high fourth six weeks period closed friday. five a's. beverly bruce, hazel diedricb, doris miller shirley sweet. .there 48 students eight getting a's, nine receiving three 15 a's 12 one complete list: 5 diedrich, sweet, 4 henry edwards, fleckner, dorothy raesler, esther sprenger, betty baus, june draga, martha hollstein ' naomi rei-chert. kerplcs, myrtle barckert, robert lola ehlert, janet springer, harold kline, riddle, james wesbecher. 2 joh'n mlkitka, lenore sutliff, susan katonak, chester kelleher, elsie kovach, lucille krieg, florence behrendt, mary pcriton, marilyn pletch, may smith, joseph whlton, wil-helm, crete young, marjorie brill charles ilamann. 1 janice izold, kelley, don maze, dave schmitkons, josephine dyblnski, edna mae lehman, miller, agnes schmltz, herbert morris, roth lois wolczlkow-ski. circle meet congregational entertained fri day afternoon mrs. gillette farm .s'si ,? wiv " i hearing special no action taken executive meeting officer mays version affair. pointed council members couldn't act post haste every tip handed him. said such case lot wild goose chases. defending night, investigating further planned boy soon came town. custom town said. village investigate handling friday (wednesday). set complained tuesday's manner handled told received between 6:30' satur day, ,ho informant given same information. avery's story deputy nabs thieves exciting episode, incident marshall carl einwachter, busy half afternoon. seeing youths come alley leads rear whom box hurriedly stuffed inside jacket, einwachter became suspicious pursued them. however, seen coming got away dodging behind houses north side striking across fields leavitt road. einwechter ahead collared wtio others were, lorain. although implicated robbery, admit ted stealing candy truck parked alley. turn county authorities. f. r. powers spring month, mo'nth roman year. england, march' considered month until change calendar style 1762, legal computed 25. march, calendar, commonly time "borrowed" april. "and", says reference book, "are proverbially stormy." we'll how this hadn't known, tho should have, among meanings belonging word "march" frontier boundary territory, most fittingly applied confines divisionb lying boundaries. example wo frontiers england scotland. doesn't whet appetite friday, 18, 1938 machinery council, waited 9 ..cooper asked up. heard nothing when mays; asked, tip; hlri about. g: 30 m., replied lhad, cooper, re covered stoteij; goods, stated. wanted know happened himself. following coun cilman kane, voicing complaints police nearly meeting, introduced motion suspended days. mcqueen supported could bo brought solicitor william mill er the. hearing, havi)' salary during cooperjras abked answer charges, stated waiting discovered 8:30 next morning ana why h "wasn't sooner robdery occurred around midnight. doorn are' tried go duty difficult task try'' 136 doors still get punch clockb. katy brings ribbons showing show mark made katy, ten months sheep dog owned g. wiseman, jr. english cleveland weekend, "look prize winners bitty, beat best breed. competition dog. pot pourri your imagination read "geneva situated marches france, savoy switzerland"? doubt famous lay claim surname meg, joe, amy beth. sake many ladies extremely good taste, we mustn't forget fredric. nineteenth day. swallows return historic california, mission san juan capistrano. clipping sent me clarence purcell long beach account year's arrival birdb, phil morehouse examiner staff reporter. "preceded scouts arrived yesterday evening, flocks voyagers apparently stayed capistrano hills dawn. winged way hardware formal thurs 24, all-day program entertain farmers. serve lunch noon includes demonstrations mccormick-deering factory representatives moving pictures. built store's south main entrance, frontage thirty feet, extends 100 feet. single steel girders nnchored brick walls adjoining buildings. preparations iiove weeks, now loaded demonstrated company dealers mccormick deer-ing ago. rented tolhurst garage, too enlargement necessary. pt.4 monday todd, co child welfare dept., guest speaker teacher association . night. remainder included group singing fifth grade, guitar solos dull, talk safety patrol gordon playlet, "if signs talk." jban sharp description progress transportation project grade working on. invited parents visit model children built. patrick's baked ham served starting 6 joseph's hall no. ann's society cordially participate patrick event. young people's league john's reformed church, amherst, grounds, make sum- ( mer homes eaves above ivy-covered walls. several ago swifts sparrows occupy ing nests nervous restless. seemed instinct- t.rnlv ,tioi ,in rightful norronnnrft lid fcj - -o mr- adobe were! trouble loom-j ed. homecoming peaceful miniature war. stay-at-homes resented eviction feathers flew belligerent birds battled mid air. domestically-inclined started housekeeping, ropairing recent heavy rains. used particles crumbling walls, softened lily-laden pools courtyard. legends havo explaining going sandstone center world approves wottring's plans continued propensity lengthy meetings tuesday regular lasted o'clock. meetings, crowd visitors hand listen business. otto witte,91, died funeral services conducted witte, 91, ridge road, just east corporation limits morning. born germany, 5, 1847, witte states 1853. 1869 lorain-co settling russia-twp. horticulturist hobby, carried general farming 39 acre raised nut trees flowers. 1870, married caroline kaman death kruse 1885. ho charter member plato chapter i.o.o.f. lodge peter's evangelical-reformed survivors include wife mary; daughters, steele, amelia lapp, effie kothe, jessie crom well, amherst; son, al bert, brother-in-law, kruse, home; twelve grandchildren grand children. late homo rev. j, williams, pastor .the officiating, assisted schmidt, burial cleveland-st cemetery charge conrad zilch. musical rotary music department furnished weekly luncheon ""meeting club monday. supt. jones, directing. ralph holzhauer trumpet sam truscello clairnet. recitations izold alice mcdermott. bringing guest. wer.e present monday's gathering. fire threatened buildings firemen called extinguish grass threatening field houso athletic cornell-st homes. damage reported. property field. birds. ramon yorba, 78 yearold guide, mission, spent tife here, recounted yorba explained mother, 125 years hundred sixty ago, while built, strange flock drowsy juan. different there, industrious. immed lately proceeded build tavern. keeper inn objected taking stick, swept roof. padre follow mlsnion, might moles-( page four) paul wottrlng, attending since summer, seeking co-operation proposed allotment speaking straight shoulder telling solons exactly thought procedure. wottrlng proposed' street werner zilch put in, stating better non-paved road councilman mcqueen, suggested tom laundon, engineer, draw ,'a specifications plans. alvln brown declared accept in. know' council-men submitted. kane times cooperation help others' action. wotring pleaded give some kind answer. didn't want say so. stated, "i never men so stubborn, hard along council. can't can forgo won't accepinoirreining mat iq ine town." in' okayed laundon. complain wpa receives almost dally unable rolls. discussion instructed confer h. neptune, investigator. necessary neptune cases admits relief, certified projects. laundon akron office blame county. councilmen declared1 able-bodied wish (continued six) sees annual play junior presented "aunt tillie goes town" apprecia tive audience. cast included: lucinda talbot, mori; aunt trask, gambis; mervln tucker, heussner; ronald howard, harry novak; lizzie parsons, kreuck; pamela marsh, helene vargo; luther lorlmer, crandall; ellen neeland, louise simashkevich; charlie lung, stargel; ttfcker, anna kazuka hattie blng, kazuka. entertainment 'between acts jeanne fazey solo selections simashkevich. lenten evanglical temple upper sandusky, rov. hayes, pastor, announced today. evening 7:30 p .m. sunday continuing 3. evenings.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-03-18|
|Date of Original||1938-03-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-03-18 20 7|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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