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amherst news-times volume xix, number our washington; news- letter washington, nov. 24 while hard-pressed business men are thankful for an encouraging trend in governmental policies, lawmakers anything hut a holiday mood this week. the bickering and caterwauling on capitol hill has reached appoint where it is difficult to find guiding star procedure at special session. noteworthy that, with exception of handful ex treme liberals, congress dls-, playing pronounced symptoms wanting stave off another depression by alteration federal planning which effectively ham-strung industrial advancement. far-sighted leaders who have no illusions a3 political effects marked recession extending into campaign yoar hurlng! jthe midnight oil their attempts workable solution. national legislature apparently proceeding more or less its initiative only formal bow administrative branch. conversations senate house cloak-rooms, not made public consumption, strongly hint congressional rebellion along wide front event admlslntration unwilling cooperate. just how far white prepared go toward helping puzzler. democratic wheel-horses tell colleagues that president's policy regard fully defined. "bearish" depressive talk materially slackened winter resulting enormous increases unemployment stirred frenzy do something though they know what. whether modified tax reduction would ease tension circles debatable. yet mere fact disposed -to lighten burdens imposed legislative action recent years itself stlmu-latfntr influence thinking circles. social welfare objectives mr. roosevelt dominated law-making pattern likely be set aside favor economic matters as emergency measure. if large small country assume tho sympathies will bring about sudden changes then due disappointment. cards under present conditions, sol-ons give christmas form general partial relief from oppressive taxes. necessary should rough idea spending program government departments some knowledge probable revenue sources meet cost government. session, may concentrate shaping policies measures designed expedite resumption industry, but little done until budget fiscal year 1939 submitted early january. meanwhile, committees charged raising sending up "trial balloons" determine sentiment. east-1 y conceivable broaden base taxation embrace million two new taxpayers season around corner. tentative schedules call modification gains probably boost normal corporation rates provide lost softening other forms. folks believe henry avallace presidential bee his bonnet wondering reaction comment annual report president intimating farmers were paying help sufficiently. claimed secretary agriculture took backhand slap farmer endeavor cultivate labor unions. seems professor wallace opposed 'superficial conflicts dl vide town" resents farmers' criticisms high wages paid city workmen. takes objection factory workers because he contends view higher -wages, meaning tor .industrial products buy, somewhat distorted." 44 thanksgiving service held rev. m. a. burris, pastor methodist church, delivered sermon union congregational church wednesday night. used topic "the foundation civilization." ho said part we god secular blessings especially mankind's movement back spiritual foundations. quoted cited 20 greatest scientists proofs statements. also certain statesmen economists. was. generally right through centuries now philosophy science coming foudatlons thankful. flayed preachers going astray after 18 th 19th century antiquated materialism time when deeper way. those place ministry deny virgin birth jesus, miracles, etc, none ob jections can proven them, humanists declare fundamental goodness jesus never mentioned' "sin", whereas mentioned sin many times. concluded saying thank supremely continuous presence guidance all life. music was furnished quartet included supt. f. r. powers, dorothy jones, helen sabiers earl rock-wood. ministers c. e. schmidt, st. peter's evangelical church; hayes, frist rev." thomas williams, church. past top us. soon bo here. meantime there thousand one things prepare these gala days. pity people birthdays period, though. excitement, very easy overlook friends relatives. why avoid embarrassing incident like that. you send list your relatives published birthday column, reminding happy date off. howevor, don't names aro having next month. know. lie entered book "when proper arrives. greetings week to: friday, 26 melvln frederick saturday, 27 mrs. margaret wilbur sunday, 28 berg. eva hearn howard walker paul schisler monday, 29 kathryn brown jeanette whitney tuesday, 30 alex fell luther koepke albert fahrney berger clyde nugent, jr. wednesday, dec. 1 john burbllss thursday, 2 jeanne mcgarvey moderne followers class brownhelm tonight, home miss rice. meeting begin 8 p. j u honored left right: j. seely er, county deputy; grand chancellor ohio dustman; local man great capacity employment sure industrious. least anyhow. postmaster stiwald reported today turned card during census worked 72 hours last seeking work. stated 2,00 distributed post office 500 returned. notes capt. stough spent quiet day 93rd birthday. three remaining civil war veterans lorain-co. four generations hearn, celebrate her 86th anniversary shown here son, charles, grandson norwood, great-grandson thomas. named committee republican victory banquet mayor cooper atty, william miller been members couhty-wldo rally elyria, friday night, 3. wiil nature beginning powers forty-two ago nettie schaeffer seven children came norwalk live. months before, employed car works tn norwalk, had notified promotion inspector, meant change residence family. ill-health could immediately accompany husband amherst. happened, everything out quito nicely, schaeffer's few weeks ahead her, she anil arrived day, stood ready waiting, lacking "nothing family itself, united. schaeffers lived first old. streeter pjace, west town. houso stands today, across street hugh november 26, 1937 guests k. received life membership pythians 63rd dinner noted celebrities phythiasm attended party lodge knights pythias monday served gym, addresses following. principal presentation llfg. fifty pin clayton seeley, dustman. seeley congratulated upon long presented example younger order. replied re-miniscenses days lodge. member elyria republicans swept offices. elk's club. 55 committee, 31 13 lorain, oberlin, wellington arid each avon lagrange. finnegan home, tl vast estate 'belonging quigley family, amherst's staunchest pioneers. so yeasr seem us herself, already mother village knew any place. it's enough get feeling way someone who's always maiden name bradley, comes good england stock. parents, emigrating westward ohio, settled farm miles here, "a big hill" nettle born, childhood youth brothers sisters. troublesome times, 50-year pin; h. mong standen, district deputy. frank foster, fifty-year member. foster's health fos ter did attend meeting. him later. dr. n. ru- bel, chairman charge event, chair 'man even' 'lng. welcomed visitors s ; short address uy ! . stevens. officers spoke monger, deputy, bernlce ter, protector, louis moebius before. cake, formed centerpiece speaker's table, cut chancellor, piece placed plate present. congratulating record, said, "there must fine both purposes order keep 63 town days, founded, wero really sincere work, serious lodge's activities." speakers wormwood, major. gen. lord uniform rank. musical numbers jones school trumpet solo 'ralph holzhauer, vocal trio evelyn izold, beverly bruce jesse biddinger, clarinet sam truscello. lavonne helnzerling gave tap dance solo. south progress, remembers oldest brother take lap sing songs her. natural bradley boys war, hardly wonder nettie's soldier even scratch, rnd saw heavy fighting too. them drummer boy, another, too young legally enlist bound go, ran away eighteen tucked sole shoes. enlisting officer questioned regarding age, looked squaroly eye answered: "i'm over sir." true extent, good, better than most "white lies" told dark years, thousands too-young boys, wild follow older r sandstone center world accident victim hospital auto caused slippery condition roads saturday morning, hudson sebring, end jail hospital. occurred route 59 side level bridge near elyria. walking road driven ferd helsor skidded icy pavement hit hudson. rushed hospitnl preliminary examination failed reveal seriously wrong. released asked permission spend night ocal jail. however, leg began pain such tent couldn't walk. vill age officials removed ambulance. hospital, found muscles calf boon torn loose circulation blood stopped. crowd eagles' nual barn yard sponsored eagles members, families hall lo rain, garfield heights. feature evening dancing enjoyed. later refreshments served. lunch consisted weiners sauerkraut, baked beans, celery, olives, pickles buns. door prize, turkey, awarded jack kinloch. regular aerie preceded festivities. voted smith secretaries' nell col umbus sunday. expenses aerie. proposal profes slonal basketball again brought previous acted voting against proposal. timated team com prised standing might backed season. rudy won prize. former missionary speak sunday carl robart, superintendent birmingham schools china, speaker morning worship classes convene .at 9:15 a.m. 10:30. people's league 6:30 mission band heralds offering 7:30 battle-nedls. whilo away, helped father haying harvesting acres wheat reaper, raked hay milked cows doing brothers' work wore clothes, sake convenience, vain hope, anyone chance see wouldn't recog nize girl. i say "vain hope" sooner appear ed disguise neigh boring hailed fields. nettlo mot future dance, cared, wasn't case love sight, sho re membered reuben after, merely angry danced fast! went usual brad continued page red cross roll start underway smith, chapter, announced today. robert hubbard year. assisted emery sondergeld. drive friday. effort year's netted 238 members. 14 brownhelm. chapter president; moore, amherst, vice walter miller, wesbecher, treasurer. cill and" expected are: stiwald, harold brown, tessie gammons, agnes henry, bruce, d. iona maxwell, cooper, roth, s. hubbard, bernard sausman, milton nahakowski, grace yent-zer, mrs w. g. nord, mayme schaeffer, lloyd cummings, ray jewett june carter. among accomplishments bed 4een loan closet. closet provides medical supplies instruments sick town, crutches, canes, he'd pans, mattresses, etc. desiring make use con tact wesbecher roth. seal sale seals got amhers.t-.tqi.. day. residents mail. lorain tuberculosis association. proceeds finance association's tuberculosis. sponsor's .committee includes amherst; fair-hild, brownhelm, ernest l. henes, wellington; pipes, lake; baird charles crehore, elyria; jantz, grafton; oppelt, lagrange; fauver irish, bradshaw, gibbens. durling group sponsoring schools. executive mute vicinity mori, nabakow- ski dean minnis. mori treasurer george ii. frank. weds columbus girl carter, son ofi brook-side-dr. betty wiles, daughter donald columbus, united marriage ceremony bride's parents 9:30 p, officiating, using the-single ring service. bride sister, alleen jerkins, and. juno sister groom. james carter philip leppla, newark, sr., upton sang "tell me why" preceding reception followed several at- .- tending. graduato uuiuuiuus mbi nign bchooi ana t7. - kay jewelry''. biuie iu iuiuujuuo. iurcer graduate millersburg hfc dcuuui uuu ia eiuyiuyuu ai 'western automatic inelyria,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-11-26|
|Date of Original||1937-11-26|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-11-26 19 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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