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amherst news-t es 5 volume xx, number our washington;; i news letter 1 washington, april 20 president roosevelt's repetition of his denial about wanting dictatorship powers within a fortnight brought broad grins to the political clans. they contend that such emphasis discloses mr. concern over trend thinking. fervid disclaimers on this point have seemingly accentuated rather than diminished suspicions legislators delicate subject real motives. as consequence, there is noticeable movement capitol hill limit opportunities in direction -by placing deliberate curbs presidential powers. thought taking shape demands for "ear-marking" huge appropriations requested relief and public works plans. wrangling these legislative controls executive branch government may be shortened by overwhelming desire congress, dictated questions expediency, get away from law-making grist mill not later 15. egg-rolling youngsters white house lawn easter monday great fun all concerned. log-rolling tactics politicians at each end pennsylvania avenue lacks charm innocence warring factions endeavor find scapegoats their errors omission or commission. moments unwonted candor feudists say things which leave long-remembered stings. tax bill controversy case wherein resentment against president's eftorts dominate terms revenue mea sure provoked solons. vital policy are sometimes sidetracked pitched battle words. current impasse taxation methods do represent marked divergent views between senate house. truth lies somewhere encourage business recovery through modified imposts contrasted with reluctant obedience tax-framing committee wishes. adjournment largely contingent speed settling differences conference bills united action enormous "pump-priming" expenditures advocated special message last week. labor voting out badly patched compromise regulate wage hours, whole issue thrown into lap betting time favorable vote because hum has been so altered please everybody result it satisfies nobody. southern op position was responsible sensational recommittal winter face 'pressure dead set newest version la bor standards trotted after months squabbling committee. members, districts where organized weight, disposed make gesture problem advocating resolution intensive study hour question. would prefer draft similar passed administration endorsement. entirely altruistic examination administration's plans under mammo.th funds. advised many projects listed approved pending availability money. naturally, boys anxious what federal will undertaken bailiwicks year election year. stupendous sums asked surprise observers who followed persistent pattern national planning. fact, one favorite official textbooks planners early 1934 envisaged, mild optimism, outlay thirty-five billions ten-year expenditure stabilize employment. officials recognized need selling idea devious means before launching vast enterprise involved taxation. 12 s. bus service seems assured here south expected start first final hearing state utilities commission, lioss awwillor, manager lake erie stages, permission operate enroute'to lorain, held tuesday. .the same shore coach co., now operates lorain amherst, rsked -the comralsion allow them tc discontinue here. since shore's removed only objection granting perinisison awwill-er, certificates granted. commission's announcement made if given certificate awwillor able begin almost immediately he opeiates route 58 cut sou.h wliiskeyville continue lorain. however, awwiller said week intends buy some new equipment might wait until arrives stalling co. its awwllicr's busses running. high school carnival friday finishing touches being put today big scheduled amusement sensation year, afternoon even ing. sponsored record staff. open 3 p. m. full swing 11 small admission fee charged but everyone puterlng promised more money's worth. floor show staged 8:30 include dancing, singing, boxing selections an orchestra. chief side shows darn'em dailey circus; minstrel show; little theatre featuring "wild nell plains; movie, "batter up". addition n fish pond, souvenir stands, popcorn candy stands old standby, pink lemonade. also bo fortune tellers, silhouette makers, games, park plan dancing. dancing 9:30 cafeteria supper served parent teachers association. variety food, enough satisfy appetite everybody, no matter preferences. general gaiety midway, otronmpm confetti, comical hats add fun. staff promises mrs. won't dull moment program. scholarship test grades announced representatives tests county seniors elyria recently good showing, reports department education reveal. david schmltkons herbert gammons ranked among ten both were upper per cent ratings. papers -were graded then regrad-ed columbus. when regraded elyria, six points added gammon's score. fourth tied sixth probably had higher ranking schmitkon's score 280 possible 400 while gammons' corrected 266. mike mitltka other representative. ho finished a. 219. commander's rites members american legion gave military services james brennen, late commander elmer johnson post. insert top floral piece insignia, photo hearse, lower squad giving sal ute three volleys. funeral saturday morn beautiful pen pencil sets free news-times arrangement, offer unusual value subscription premium, durable renewal received up .including, saturday, 30. especially needed children, around home office store. strong sturdy give satisfactory long, long time. carries manfacturer's lifetime guarantee replacement ior any defect excessive wear. easy obtain sets. entering your regular. sub scription price you receive absolutely free. set, de sire, paying two years party. paid. parents having children economical equip necessary articles. f. r. did know ohio? revolutionary war ohio country wilderness inhabited indians, men occasional adventurous traders trappers. tract land, consisting 2,800,000 acres bordering line west 120 miles reserved connecticut sold realize money support her schools. hence name, western reserve. this, 500,000 extent known firelands retained compensate citizens whose property burned british during war. following independence, opened settlement, people leaving homes friday, 22t color bearers remember, offier short only. day better come soon. measles keep pupils although spring vacation ended monday, still absent classes miss grace purcell, attendance officer school, 100 wednesday, most .being confined measles. absentees increased week, purcell stated. reported 111 thetr period report parochial enjoyed va cation days man's story jewel weren't ting. :-: pot pourri east seek fortunes virgin loyal easterners became terrified lest sudden rush westward should depopulate states along atlantic seaboard. attempt halt emigration march, propaganda used, stories, the- timid retreat hastily familiar firesides, circulated. "there wild beast savage lurking impenetrable forests land!" "it unhealthful unfriendly soil fertile all!" artist took behalf established states, companion drawings appeared stirring days, that, way cartoons, spoke volubly topic times, could thousand picture showed man, well groomed, con 1938 rev. albright finishes duty brown helm j rev e. albright, pastor browuhelm congregational ' church nearly eight years, preached sermon i'unday prepar-' ing take duties lodi. accepted call may, 1930, coming1 akron. brownhelm, charge oldest churches reserve, assume leadership medlna-co. bo.h brownhelm lodi medina division gregational churches. spent brownhelm. uctlvo community affairs, 4-h work. largest clubs always represented various activities. amnne flioli- ruffnrnnt nlinqna nf ! work dramatic club library project another directed band years. now. hopes return. expects return retires active cleanup starts annual village next mayor cooper stated truck part picking rubbish territory church-st. residents church-st thursday. local rotary receives letters nations congratulation world am-ganization herst or-letters china, czechoslovakia, dutch indies, england, denmark, sweden switzerland read w. g. nord regular meeting monday. foreign countries, congratulatory 82 canada, bacculaureate speaker named l. daniel, tho episcopal oberlin, bac-culaureate graduating class. sunday, 29, st. peter's evangelical reformed church. fident happy, mounted fine horse, just "raring" go. underneath printed words: "we going ohio." characters man forlorn ragged horse droopy starved-looking. keynote representation defeat, printed: "we've wonder cartoon think, see twenty-five to, finally got opera, happened delightful those rare times natural life span. eighth my telephone rang voice' friend she five dollar seats "tho bartered bride," husband couldn't accom- sandstone center hours barber shops ordinance regulating opening closing providing licenses barbers council presentation petition signed town meeting, seeking kind. --------- ,rwr tlle "ew 01tiinance effect lt.n -1 yvonne mcqueen dance gypsy carni val noon evening. trustees refuse amherst-twp. trustees, together subdi visions county, wednesday morning told com' mlssioners unable resume responsibility administration. wednesday's called commissioners found funds gone sight. refusal subdivisions finance relief, -informed ran out. more, tic-cording commissioners' estimate. indicated opposed "on credit" didn't coming from. apparently, hope, according delegation, whether gov: duvey session legislature. head cities friday. city heads meet gov. davey columbus try e pany her, go instead? bowled mixed emotions answer right away. "if want think me " suggested, "no, no," cried, "i don't over, , i'll go!" "ine bride" excellent "first" music light melodl ous, . costumes settings colorful, act including superb performance william ballet. stories reads opera myths all. bright accounts society folks promenading lobby, gorgeous gowns wraps worn women, gentle-' escorting lovely fragrant ladles camellias hair. joke dad reluctantly donning continued page 2 lilt; uc'v luuu, ulil ugl qiiujs permitted s must close 6 mondays, tuesdays, thursdays fridays. saturdays, 9 1. preceding holidays. issuing permits .licenses provisions ordinance. license fee, .be $2, payable annually. considerable discussion ordinance, moved menz flnnegan ordinanco reading l'oice june stlwald presented com-i laint assessment tor sewer jackson-st. fathers use sewer. several ago, sought jackson-st wa3 refused, own, dig ging across own paik-av. claimed holzhauer, sewer, assessed agreed stiwald complaint him wasn't anything it.' discussion, councilman pointed bimilar instances east-st tapped elyrla-av danger grass fires resultant expense owners 'the village. solons suggested firemen burn weeds practice nights. owners. throughout notified down else fire off, council's action. tile laid front gringle, henes, news-berry relnhardt properties elyria-ave. instructed cost putting north elyria-av deep ditch curb collected using truck. fence leading martin-st bridge commissioners. complaints dumping garbage street car johnson's heard. offenders warned persist, taken them. motorists drive village, numerous cases cited offenders. police slow fast traffic. walter barrls visitor meeting. finished, again. department, invited council, mayor, solicitor ami wives fry 6. f.o.e. officers mo nominations aerio eagles, v. h. nalley announced. routine occupied mouday's session. v nominate nday
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-04-22|
|Date of Original||1938-04-22|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-04-22 20 12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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