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amherst news-times volume xx, number our washington! v news letter "washington , may 18 with fuel constantly added to the political stew pots, ingenuity ot leaders is borely taxed trying keep lids from blowing otf. veteran campaigners admit that several malodorous situations have developed in high places. they feel well-regulated ventilation methods if used before elections will lessen repercussions of explosive revelations. situation at federal communications commission, involving high-jinks radio system, place where steam pressure now beyond safety mark. alleged scandals over control policies been brewing for years. only recently has congress shown a disposition get bottom charges. whenever government agency subjected legislative investigation there usually whitewash crew hovering back ground. poultrice always considered good politics. party saddle time inquiry necessarily endeavors sympathetic lawmakers running show. it an old but effective trick which marked congressional invest!' gations republican, and democratic regimes. so happens present administration played along -with interests places them recelv-inc line any mud-sllnging develop thorough inquiry. oddly enough, this ijnvestiga-tion emanates sources probably embarrasses g.o.p. cri tics new deal. struggle on capitol hill week concerns joint probe by senate house likelihood do digging soiled laundry. idea commission vestigating itself not politically feasible. an. easy bet nothing be done until con- y gress gets away. labor automotive plants michigan again regarded as critical. rumors factory closings summer months spiked relief agencies attempt transfer blame current misunderstandings employers. ascendancy conservative element auto workers unions taken hopeful sign. recruiting dues collecting postponed depression continues. national labdv relations board operated high, wide handsome blocked recent court edicts definitely defensive. curt warning chief justice hughes few days ago many administrative tenter hooks. cautioned against tendency .agencies taking unto themselves functions regular courtb law. proposals augu- ment bureaucratic powers either with; drawn or killed off season. storm signals set "i reach power. corps engineers, u. s. army, was years most potent lobby working hill. other pro jects like nature requiring enormous expenditure public money, placed army tbj shade times. still carries punch pa tronage matters eloquently verified published hearings "war department civil appropriation bill 1939." were devoted almost exclusively proposed authorizations rivers harbors improvements. projects cover every thingfrom bridge small creek gigantic breakwaters major harbors. interest disclosed parade members appropriations committee appeals funds. put burden justifying expenditures shoulders -"legislators districts improvements wanted. no harbor could improved funds promoters prove cargo commerce existed. change thinking illustrated general schley's admission, 20 .b.schaeiter died sunday death michael d. schaef- fer, 5g, hospital morning came dis tinct shock entire communi - ty. although he had ill health year, ho apparently improving health. however, suddenly saturday night rushed hospital. 11:15 a. m. following operative treatment. born adrian, michigan, age 13 attended school member first football team represent school. immediately graduation 1900, enlisted marine served four spanish-american war. employed lorain tube co. 33 affiliated numerous lodges groups here. congregational church taught young men's class his illness prevented. also veterans foreign wars, spanish american veterans, knights pythias, i. o. f. lodge volunteer fire department. active local survived wife, mayme; two sons, earl clair, serving china navy; daughters, mrs. florence miller, amherst, grace gove, lorain, nettie, cleveland, ruby, home. mother, nettie schaef-fer; brother, dr. w. g. scaeffer, sisters, henry sharp george carter five grandchildren, all ben, fairport, ohio. funeral services held wednesday afternoon congrega tional charge h. baker air mail flight today out scheduled take (thursday) alvin zimmerman flying into cleveland. takeoff 3 p. tho plane arrive cleveland minutes later. sent rerouted its destination postmaster e. c. stlwald reported response observance unusually, fine. postofflce received 500 special stamps issued week. went sale monday wore completely sold tuesday morning. 700 letters via three week, reported. addition today, joined oberlln when ffight lorain-co. made. gala celebration lasting preceeded oberlin. well represented float quarries officials. students here -were dismissed early go ober-lin witness flight. congressman dow harter distinguished oberlin visitor day, bearing wreath con grave sharpe, elyrlan, who did much pioneer work ting legislation passed. bands communities pageant postal progress col lege athletic field. clearview drom bugle one colorful units parade. more than 160 included sacks loaded planes north central firemen's assn. -will meet tonight (thurs day) berlin heights. large i delegation expected attend meeting. bidding above photograph jus a? squad veter ans wars paid their highest respect late member. salute shots fired, then corners cemetery clear notes taps sounded across b. schaeffer. rained morning, threatening clouds hovered, shortly weather began south amherst-amherst bus service begin june 1st efforts both timony men service' last proved successful operate between towns begin. certificate granted lake erie southern stages route follows state 58 oberlin, include schedule. same commisison per mission shore coach abandon tney are giving. business amhersts date association appointed investigate possibilities. because expense proposal aban doned some operator make run posal turned down, since refused permit another pick up passengers without rev enue- operation imprac tical. fall ross awwil ler, filed application utilities com' oper ate route. columbus, group tes- r. about year priv ileged give you thru these columns excerpts diary kept oliver lee, while country during mr. lee grandfather clark hogue, her kindness wero enabled read portions fascinating vital record. now, memorial day hand, am happy lee's jan. 19, 1865 camp. after my guard started tent walked right 12 15 feet deep. stay till someone helped me out. october 26 camp, being rainy. noon cavalry outpost driven enemy. af ter skirmish sounded, second tennes 44 country" ii friday, farewell comrade clear, (just buglers sun broke through faintly. largest funerals amherst. cars lined road quite distance each direction church, even yard. packed, forced remain outside, silently testifying friends "mike" schaeffer esteem. effect ser vice inadequate request should grant ed. plea strenuously opposed operators, claimed -iser-v'ce ale- quate riders using it. receivership difficulties encountered reaching agreement, finally agreed franchise paved way asked for. definite word publication awwiller stated six trips daily made back, enough lor employees thew shovel steel mills trip bring ticket office bo established store webster's pharmacy corner main sts. junior walther league meeting st paul's lutheran friday evening parlors. see formed line. we 800 place. soon alarm given telegraphed reinforcements spared section artillery little rear skirmishers, behind embankment thrown couple pieces artillery. o'clock rebels charged extreme left line, repulsed fight. rebs fetched opened us guns. fight lasted 2 hours, artillery, took position vz mile section. cross 20, 1938 march ed ahead hearse, ka khl uniforms helmets broken occasionally blue uniform war veteran. followed department, hearse escorted elmer johnson post, legion. martin bauer bauer, 85, resident past 57 home heart ailment complications. ridgeville, wab 41 worked village nine continued, hisj fall. annual summer, awarded prize oldest man present. st. joseph's holy name society. survivors katherine dietz miss mary jacob, elyria. rev. fr. james smith officiating. burial peter's beg your pardon teh wrong prices quoted advertisment o morris hatchery week-old chicks 10' cents, chicks, leghorn cock-erls 2v cents. semi-monthly post legion rooms town hall night. rebel's battery silenced rebel regiment ordered inside fort no. those fighting ceased dark. skirmishing surrounded force 35,000 strong eighty dark 10 thousand strong. mostly fortification 30 acres, breast works peaked tree tops sharpened enemy big slaughter. darkness closed day's half works; lie down sleep. oct. 27 fort. morn ing very f,oggy. fog cleared away skirmishers sandstone center world council discusses! wpa discussion possible under spend-lend session brought reading lorain-co non-partisan association, de clared receiving share benefits urged subdivisions submit order county. 22 seniors graduate thur final exams friday. examinations, free prepare commencement opens baccalaureate formal ex- erecises next thurs th diplomas. 7:30 john's evangelical reformed schmidt, pastor, delivering sermon. schmidt ibe assisted bur- ris mihelic congregation al church. union choir sing. prof. clarence tucker craig theology speaker exercises. among graduates twins, flora schneider. others receive di plomas stanley ashyk, louis bogardy, knipp, david s11-! man, william yuresko, charles mccartney, andrew sedensky, fred jones, schacht, joseph balog, bechsteln, nancy drew, helen katonak, lillian eberhardt, virginia powers, lois springer, elinor supers, anna simashkevich, thompson roth. officers stan ley president; sim ashkevich, treasurer, dave sli-man, secretary. examinations pupils tuesday. return report cards drug move room vacated keller baus comer entire, stock, including liquor moved open fixtures arrangement. operates juno 1. fought spells. changing use advancing columns. shelled spells cool. sklr mishing heavy towards evening. loss today. killed. don't know wounded. detail midnight. relieve them. 28 signal gun fired. just making right. bounced bed arms hurry. yell drove picket lines 'mr. stop. continued page ' program featured suggestions mayor cooper trunk sewer end care water. time, surface water natural drainage floods fields town. suggestion, offered win. ehrman, president trustees, complete 'crownhlll lay cut lots there. mcqueen's suggestion incinerator garbage problem permanently. suggested built adjoining disposal plant. discussion, municipal plant combined electric light told colons project underway, east-st paving job, returned washington columbus ready start days. said talked promised push fast possible. maycr question solved. arrangements collects garbageinjl,orain dispose garbage. clumped farm land foster tark-rd -net buried. cost $5 month. popularly supposed "was ordinance fireworks, search solicitor miller revealed prohibiting firecrackers. passed jeaving clause wherein permissible shoot fireworks own yard fourth july. passed,, councllmen protection measure. solons requires police furnish bond carry firearms. conforms statute. tile ditch mill fish game plan leading sum mer events asso ciation grounds n. ridge-rd. property formerly owned dynallte program, outlined ladies day. coon chase, trap shooting, kinds entertainment fry. crowd exepected affair. tickets members. juniors fete seniors, faculty junior-senior reception, highlights season entertaining faculty. advisors norwood hearn, iona j mibs r rice johnstone.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-05-20|
|Date of Original||1938-05-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-05-20 20 20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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