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amhkrvst the news times w bo ouajrr volume xvii, our washington; letter ashington, april 5 absence ol the. president from white house on vacation has a salutary , i tt enect congressional mwuo. jw like mischievous school boys who play while monitor or teacher lft'away, national legislature astounded critics and buckled down to work. democratic leaders capitol hill have been obliged show more initiative as distance alone prevents them running chief executive for help in crisis. listed number of legislative pro jects that must be passed before adjournment. this is no mean chore threat summer season climate effectually breaking lethargy which heretofore marked their antics. it would foolhardy assume people's affairs aro at even keel. there is, instance, dispute among senate program. some spokesmen believe advisable get new bill re-vamping industrial recovery act through troublesome bonus issue foisted front. administration inclined favor precedence nra mat ter because uncertainty about blue eagle expected delay business recovery. once con troversy out way then will simple stunt juggle politically important bonus. may pass but presidential veto probably find support section. admittedly stampeded by organized veterans lobbies turn deaf ear mr. roose velt's appeal sustain veto. final recommendations available week. hours labor collective bargaining sections are real stumbling blocks.. these items included necessary' work deals behind scenes pending bills considered. privately circulated drafts agency drop all price-fixing features, increase president's power impose limited codes industries cannot manage themselves accordance with government specifications finally compromise groups better representation code affairs. speed necessary compliance enforcement field now impotent costly. failure department justice make test case belcher violation were willfully disregarded lessened industry's respect side-stepping avoided showdown constitutionality supreme court until fall session. relief officials here besieged ' legislators seeking huge appropriations bailiwicks reaches signature. authorization largest peace-time expenditure history keeps solons anxious bench demands pile up districts. fact, secret many incumbents really cherish belief spending portion five billion fund serve campaign vehicle re-election. time-worn story "taking care back home" meaning, course, those henchmen camp followers favors exchange vote-mustering strength. pythian sisters hold rehearsal preceding regular meeting sisters,'' tuesday evening, officers held preparation annual inspection take place 7. high lights follow: miss eleanore ruth was made chairman committee decorations lunch members june clubs. they are: fanny ruth, mary brucker, amelia cooper, janqa jwilker - friith schaeffer. lillian miller, edwards. helen barber, katherino cameron, ethel ep-pley. 19 license distributors an ordinance distribution hand other advertising matter discussed council last night. proposed local men complained barred distributing slm ilar towns, competitors could come into am herat undisturbed. during discussion com plaints wore town being flooded advertis- ing1 matter, much wfhich blown off porches causing yards littered. councilmen receptive proposal referred mat- village solicitor j. j, smytiie. definite action profr ably taken next meeting. mayor reported dumping ground south amherst road not proper shape open rubbish. leading tho good condition, and1 people oiling asked dump over ravine along road. councilman schaeffer said he grass planted crown cemetery, expressed doubt grow ifreshly filled-in unless top soil first spread it. also investigate liability insurance firemen. paying state compensation, inadequate investigated mayor. legion sponsors easter dance post, american auxiliary join noraing eagle's, hall 24th. old fashioned modern numbers played, ed. brucker calling dances. roy mullison his or-cefostra furnish music. hugh tompkins charge me aance, ana mrs. william wil-ker committee. library repainted monday afternoon saw pletion repairs amherst's public library. its walls attired coat paint woodwork newly varnished, roms present attractive setting seeker after books. renovating creditable bit f. e. r. a. maude neiding. librarian, reports arranging books spring cleaning completed. nature's laws cause dust cited storms ohio cities experiencing now, continue experience sum. mer. .hit storm friday, towns northern part county. saturday morning housewives merchants water buckets window wash ing equipment clearing windows small splashes spattered windows. motorists, too, happened path storm, likewise had clean cars. motorists found bad sleet. stuck windshield, use' wiper merely smeared winshield. clear absolutely vision. according article lake mills graphic, mills, iowa, caused large sluggish masses air mid-continent, warmed returning sun, tends rise its' specific gravity becomes less. approach ot colder, heavier mass north-west sliding under warm air, boosts faster, high-velocity young matron names famous author's show, "music haydns'" otto harbach, author "rose-marie," "roberta" sensational successes, congratulates violet fenton, winner $500 contest name radio be- haydn, singing o haydnsv 'defective' solves horible murder '"""" .ru.m.i .tumuii u'f wee) schiefersteln. willard (tiger rag) kreeger, (boston buzzard) schoenfeld, "three most bloodthirsty characters slangland" accused "horrible merceless crime ever committed amherst." three arrested "defective" headed john smythe. further details blood curdling event see vol. i. o. u., t-4-2 record, issued (april fool's day) record staff school. filled yellow journalism, so very paper printed turned type printed. murder, carry' streamer head, main paper. second lead explains how supt. powers, futile attempt demonstrate "newton's motion" in- jured dive level bridge, ends argument between powers stauf- fer when injured. latter claimed injury occured silk umbrella used parachute, tore, hurt landed. winds earth's surface suck carry along. "moral us generation, scientists point out, there. dry loose, little than ordinary late- winter windstorm, blustery un comfortable, sure, menace crops iri-tation businesses housekeeping. loose man loose. "we plowed parts west wheat nobody any plowing: warned beforehand, rub now. choking westerners today, blinding easterners tomorrow, pastureland soil, anchored roots billions plants. we harrowed loosened plant wheat. dry, kept wind done rest", stated gra phic. remedy, states, is: country grass. tree belts, if you like, break force wind, tie every inch truant ubo living cores roots. 5, 1935 j nuuiuer iront page re- counts thrilling auto race cement mixer, driven reckless ehrman, rushes opponents. stauffer, degree m. (master monkeys) came on" bib "cours'e" study, climbing trees. another steele punishes tardy student sending him home thirty minutes early. 2 rice answer question, "who's smartest boy senior class?" 3 tells .the breach promise suit evelyn webster against leo glblin. quoted knowing whether she wants her bonnet red match wheels car, green spirit. sensations told tell struggle having trying decide "kres-ge's rabbit buy should standing sitting down; cummings thought allowed two extra weeks learn color eggs; hearn car week vacation; hinted hubbard might learning win affections miss. sports predicts hardest team baseball face thi3 dionne family. perhaps weather put "blink.". it's hard imagine what else far track. ads de parted customary style. here, however, manager's fancies seemed go direction poetry each ad contained merry jingle. fool fool, journal smile crack sourest person. reveal captain tonight honorary baaketball known banquet night (thursday) given the'- p. t. recognition five. choice monday, tonight. session players talk fred complimented season's activi ties. .be able eet squeak taxpayer levy him. intelligence testa silly .others seem pretty smart. sunday sermons "jesus conquers death", acts 2:24, "whom god raised up, pangs sermon topic rev. eastman morning. delegates medina association elected "the reign rlghtousness", 7th chapter ro mans, rickel's topic. st. peter's evangelical church c. schmidt preach on, inheritance meek". communion eelebated lutheran morn ing, announcements evening. morning's be: "hatred man." concludes regu lar lenten services riv. ar-min schoe'ler, elyria, oc cupy pulpit. german friday. sunday. 250 strands single needle tailor serrllli, ottawa, ont., can., defies threaders united statea canada. fame began ufter derfeated jeanne cloutier, suncook, n. h., threading contest. cloutier read serrllli boasting jamlng 200 thread darning needle. one succeeded n putting 4. eye. sent champ, crowded 26 samo eye returned set dates clean-up officially beginning 16th requested tihelr basements, gar-; ages rubbish hauled away containers left at) curb 18th. day dthe following hire trucks gather haul without citizens. only ways thut village. disposed days property owner. seventy bakers demonstration independent bak ers territory cleveland sandusky attended products sponsored lever bros. co., cambridge, mass., bakery. third time demonstration, wed nesday afternoon, principally chocolate goods. methods materials baking shown. h. gest, verhagen. wool leave shipment lorain county mode farm simon nash, route 58 near oberlin, 16th. nash! la-er 15th. growers ship joint shipment. seven shipping set, 29 th. assign teachers practice nina duckworth, lorain, harrison, havj assigned teaching kent normal, classes since moaday. duckworth la instructing sixth eighth grades, harrison art. biology history. sandstone center xt tl women's organization benefit hospital. voted church. group half program individually ads. raise $300 above expenses, hospital treasury. lhe zoth, hall, entire proceeds trustees situation simular year drive funds resulting nearly $1 500 accepted effort escape need fo year. sy rup flow rep orted big northeastern maple syrup producers turning unusually grade light colored, finely flavored tins uue, say uie oiu timers, long period cold coming thaws. date, geauga unusu ally "runs" sap crop promises least equal size average county's festival, scheduled 4 th bigger plans boosters. "largest sugar world" going chardon square soon ready dispense sweets thousands folks pilgrimage ohio's capitol. log chopping contests, horse-shoeing demonstrations, bait casting contests dozens activities entertainment all. citizens invitei world 4th, 5th, 6th enjoy festival them. issues warning stray dogs owning chlckels keep neighbors' complaints tramping flowers shrubs, chickens digging seeds. wished owners voluntarily uiem own neighbors bothered, repeated police taken. past chiefs meet fourteen entertained olive mulder, w. market cards followed routine business; winners jessie mclean, first, anna lynch consoled. were: edith hoffner, elizabeth baus, ada purcell, schaeffer, ida mischka, may-me nettle cynthia monger, katherine lynch, ella jaeger, rose lauer, ehrman hostess. mary-marthas mary-martha class congregational evening frank radde. vincent nalley assistant close bridge games, diversion eveninguhigh honors awarded mackenzie, award went arthur hamel. followed. table appoint ments keeping season. entertains aid eva kolbe ladies society missionary wednesday afternoon. pim. additional income se cured again threatened forced close. think seriously long' everything well family, let emergency arise we're mighty glad handy", nahakowskl mon night, discussing matter. matters quilt exhibit tabled lack suitable conrad zilch, committee, women object taking fine quilts dirty store-room, cost cleaning, lighting heating, together prizes, housing canvassing homes 80 per cent complete, finished called complete report given. appointed conw mittee urge passage licensing bills. stone quarries special attention maps tours prepared oil companies wishes the- nanlpfl flflptw'nn- nun n1i.an.1ir shows location quarries, ask give mention industry. volunteered guides visitors interesting places town. civic fifteen fostering scout movement approved association. townsend attracts club largely attended. delegations vermilion, brownhelm elyria a3 amherst. admitted membership sixty-six. kaser, talked "sixty years hevean" ihow plan stressed benefits derived 'from old, swered questions. service opened america, closed nra'ver hv i)ht -kit' rickel. -will charles henry, church' publi cis invited. rites albert strauss ruuerai serviecs tomorrow (friday) strauss, 35, died ii 1 r hnrria timarlnv .fcri. p; afllcted incurable disease, about' became ill short diea. born spent life here. sur-vived widow, mildred, thre childern, alethia. alberta dale; parents. mr ? nam, bernard emery, herat. fred. sisters. henrv kurth can acmererstein cahl. tfle milch nf rntnmon aanaa tha naves vexatious uituatlon.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-04-05|
|Date of Original||1935-04-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-04-05 17 19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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