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nr. a w the amherst news-times thursday, february 28, 1935 sandstone center of world wtdostpl volume xvii, number 14 1 -j- i our washington: news letter washington, d. c, feb. 27 history books credit prince do ligne, world-famous diplomat century ago with sage observa- atlonal gathering "congress does not advance; it dance's". is true american scene 'of today. congress playing and fiddling little in way real accomplishment recorded statutes. nearly two months have elapsed since ga vel called this session to order. inj some quarters critics legislative body openly charge them ducks drakes precious time when their energies should be turned relief human suffering stimulation anti-depression forces. probably healthy sign may indicate that emergency stage has passed as spokesmen voters more than jockey for political preferment. at least, country expecting too much lawmakers. president roosevelt adopted new technigue dealing capitol hill. conscious growing resentment against popular belief wing government was nothing rubber stamp white house, chief executive asking boys "sign on dotted line or else". instead, his latest policy been send message recommendations leaving . discretion legislators draft appropriate measures. ad ministration had bill ready accompany requesting continuation nra anoth er years. strategic rea- sons only sent, so itself .jblame if blue eagles remains .nothing but an empty symbol governmental authority. sud faen deference solons "ife1m6j?s,.a .peace ..offering, to. check incipient rebellion house intrusion. early season determine effectiveness olive branch. more. foozco administration its own troubles left element wants fling. extremists calculate supreme court's gold case decisions were suffcient justification extend scope untried economic theories. cool-headed leaders read highest tribunal's opinions solemn warning "go slow-danger ahead"! school thought fortify position deal before sticking necks out other high court tests. expressions mr. justice mcreynoids minority bench effect changed notions about what federal do. switch one vote contests likely chieftains are unwilling take chance having best laid plans recovery nullified by judicial several branches under congressional fire week. proposed amendments give agricultural adjustment most czaristic powers over farmers processors farm products being scrutinized committee. another group probe home owner's loan corporation, agency, jcharging wholesale graft regional offices mismanagement. claimed 19 state managers removed 18 know something affairs. huey long's lone fight a-gainst postmaster general farley far serious appears surface. powerful democrats keeping silent publicly privately giving encouragement louisiana senator reprisal patronage disappointments. farley's friends com-pare long vendetta democratic job-dispenser jackdaws creaming ball tho church spire which makes nesting insecure. we able collection plates still suffer from, depression. dictionary: imagination public bpeech where speaker tells no poor jokes. budget good thing any family will carry out, won't work miracles itself. p ott problems told meet president, deal, social legisla tive program president's cluding old age pensions, discussed mrs. bernice pike, member national committee, the) meeting women st. joseph's hall wednesday afer- noon. 160 from all parts th'e county ' attended tea sponsored women's club. harry wold, club, .presided meeting. pike urged women, especially thoso party, study program, legislation he favoring, they would support him intelligently. pile spoke amendment tlio works proposing prevailing wages paid projects. amendent constitution providing man woman precinct committee opinion those present asked for. t. a. conway, organization, opposed amendement stating make organization unweildly. there 135 preciuts county,"and representatives each create 270 people. speakers edith watkins, committee; vivian conner, central mr3. roshon, chairman medina m. b. schaefer. former local john jaster, campaign-manager during campaign governor martin l. davey. included assembly singing, songs quartette, tap dance ar-den baines. served circle ann's society. morning the; 14th district met wolf measures strengthen her guests dinner. also announced jackson day dinner legion ely-ria, march 4th, 6:30 p. tickets 75 cents. henry brandt celebrat's birt'day 83rd hirthday anniversary mary quietly celebrated party close last thursday north main largo; birthday cake senter piece. were: ehrhardt, helen ehrhard, allen lorain; appetnan, russell appeman, elmer trinter, kenneth kishman, vermilion; william baird brandt, amherst. music games furnished entertainment. rug making topic tomorrow benefit amherst's demonstration grange (friday) afternoon. miss alice bird. co. extension agent, vicinity invited meeting, discussed. uhls series similar meetings bird holding various county. slack rites held saturday funeral services mel-vin slack, who died hospital morning, large relatives attending. rev. fr. james ei&ohen, burial 'joseph's cemetery. pallbears matthew asjley wershelm, arthur sdhniitz ryan. york celtics sell circus supper arrangements entertainment young married peoples' sunday class o first evangel ical complete, groups after noon prepare tine anu decorations. sale reservations affair closed -last monday night george h. frank. taxing capacity parlors reported meeting! discontinued then. reservation only. karl melster, superintendent elyria aged, 'will speaker. talk "vacation reflections" illustrate moving pictures taken while canada. f. e. eastman guest dasement air stream, ers, balloons animal cut-outs forming decorations delayed safe park bank added protective features bank. i. hubbard, cashier, explained bate protection counter cash securities. cannot opened except set fred deiner, employee post office, elected treasurer lorain postal clerk's association association's annual banquet o. blanchard, wellington, washington masons friday night. blanchard described southwest talk, "the land mystery", northlands. j, schlbley, louis moe-bius, miller, c. schmitkons r. menz re-elected directors lumber adjourned ing town friday. baby girl born haas, quarry st., hospital. card march. 5th made regular eagle's auxiliary tonight (thursday). teachers paul's lutheran monday. council peter's evangelical hold english 8:30 housing proclamtioiis designated better month ohio. sectional rallies ohioans afforded opportunity assemble neighbors counties manifest interest hastening through operation act. major purpose enacted include: available liberal financing modernization existing homes buildings construction dwellings. creating demand la,bor materials -wjll substitute payrolls rolls. turning huge money into channels trade spread prosperity among communities. therefore deem proper approve proclamation cooperative undertaking summons us. doing so, urge my fellow to: attend participate. avail themselves provisions act circumstances permit so. invest property utilizing reserves these disposal. machl, 1935. davey brief items locae ni. sunday, german 10:30. michael drechsler entertained honor anniversaries daughter, frederick berger, son, albert, both occured february. table centerpiece. people's s. frank completed third fourth degrees conferred hickory tree tuesday bosse preach sanatorium next 10 schmidt preach, following jensen charge. preached sunday. members board mid-week prayer serivce, springer, evening. "civies1 whereas act, possible owner living conditions ihis family. increase efficiency business. protect safeguard investments. improve standards civic pride neighborhood. now, therefore, known perfected march, ohio, stimulate repairs, alterations improvements business prop erties. worthy vital movement, made-possible--by--the every once. honorable ohio mayors villages south official effort you citizens yourselves covenants 1, signed, stiwald mayor garland holy communion sabiers, wilker, jlrs. ida florence hour hostesses johnson senior schmitkon's evening les son aid given direction schools coun cil. walter bible tuesday, townsend club ed. mays night, 4 athletic sponsoring jantz orchestra. largo crowd expected big lent. champs greatest spectacle basketball champion enter gym battle hardwar five. fans see array professionals ever appear hardwood, perfection execution plays leave wild-eyed awe. l,013s eiiiorse ail traffic rules t violators dealt severe-! ly past few issued week j wiheu beginning 1st, policemen protecting village. "we'll policeman then, going instructed watch violators," said. said many offenders, knowing around, took advantage situation attention regulations. special intersection ave. delivery same treatment others receive. ed force until july. bo back uniform 1st tako shift earl white, days. nights continuously half year. ladies' unions elect officers union organized kern, beaver ct. h.baker assisting hostess. kern schaub, secretary treasurer. plan year's time, refreshments, followed. al mrs ernst chairman, jacob roesnkranz, vice charles hamann secre- treasurer, devotional chairman. followed discussion plan3 work. refreshments served. 21, kathrine dei drick, jlinnie stark assisting. homo berg clarence albrecht couple celebrates 58th monroe hon-oree loyal workers. parsonage church. cele - brated 5sth wedding anni- versary poem recognition event written finkbeiuer reprinted page 2 issue. 80 years 80th n. foster celebrat- afternoon rel atives gathered (home harris course o'clock part foster, myra smith, alfred putman, anna judson, ralph callow daughter anna. she received pleasing gifts shower cards. full squad win de here, dehnert, barry, lapchick, herliegh, banks, hickey, excelling ills particular position. largest jam anticipated advance ticket sales expectations'. hardware five havo strength guild squad. "hubs" mccord uniform, hutton, gormley, yar-sa, sharp, hoffner, gleason. probable starting lineup guild, gonmley, yarsa sharp. preliminary start 7:30 strong ex-hi girls action tllie well-known lakewood pal girls' game scheduled get slharp steel plant employees 11 o'clock. doors open 7 additional seating space care overflow crowd. k p's here steps pythian, lust mouday pythians .met in. lodge., 'present matter discussed, election deferred soon. amplified degree upon candidate lodge team holman lorain. second 11th, and"taken cleveland confer riverside well candidate. play "drums death", three-act mystery drama, presentation u e s evening, 5th, hall. play, favorably known, presented drama congregational directed norwood hearn. cast characters follows: celese, negress que, melvln schwartz. sheldon harley, bailey property, innes. jules, negro haiti, alexander. ms. oakley, keener. , j. mackenzie. gillette, bailey's sister, yentzer. eucenla bowlo. ,ntt -qin. tive, amelia granddaughter, clair newton cooper, sheriff, edwards. dr. cameron, midnight visitor, geoffrey monger. paula bailey, grace hubbard. work- faithfully untiringly male ,ts klnd t0 shown indications aro lovers treat store result. pythian sisters postpone sis ters, announcement monthly tl chiefs order lipid afnthlnv ovnnjtio- ufa! postponed kreeger ho. tess.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-02-28|
|Date of Original||1935-02-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-02-28 17 14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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