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amherst news-time mimm volume xx, number lour washington; i news letter washington, march 2 high government officials in their private talks about the depression compare it to a log-jam bringing fallen trees sawmills. they are earnestly praying that new housing program now launched on an extensive scale will be something nature of ng thaw break .blockade conomic forces. if incen- s offered recently re- d law inadequate, known federal agen cies prepared dynamite whatever obstructions halt plan increase employment industry and furnish better living quarters for folks middle low income classes. would not surprise our makers find administration expanding work projects works progress building roads sewers larger operations which might then expedited by having these costly conveniences at door. roosevelt regime is placing heavy bets ultimate success as stimulant general recovery go limit achieve this objective. average citizen seldom realizes effect discrimination based age workers. one most important problems facing economists planners. conference -with industrial labor chieftains here last week barely scratched surface situation admittedly bad its practical psychological effects. current study reemployment policies expected have wholesome influence what many consider short-sighted policy employers. when you recall 30 percent all employables between 40 60 years ago, scope ther ,ia easily npparent- handicapped meeting tho issue older workers through legislative panaceas. commissioner statistics lubln told house committee few days ago answer rests educational behalf (oldjr ishow "employment managers error discharging worker solely question age. state compensation laws contributed discharge oldsters legislatures may soon asked modify discriminatory insurance regulations means protecting jobs group. youth must served popular slogan, but experts feel should expense men women who need support families. notorious fact investigations congressional committees evoke more headlines than facts public interest. sensationalism always favored over constructive suggestions publicity lawmaker's political oxygen, especially campaign years. hence, hearings he largely discounted considered blaring spectacle attracting attention. deal groups obviously averse stunts sweet publicity's sake turning cold shoulder senate commerce committee's ( inquiry into commodity prices. : particular probe adminis tration occupy secondary position spotlight good strategy. civil liberties under guidance wisconsin's bob lafollette out make capital unions lancing national association manufacturers, long-time foe trade union tactics. said purpose quiz put damper open criticism ill-starred notional relations board other enterprise has complained. threats merciless usually objectors crawl shells or whisper grievances against those politics. there fascinating deplorable angle "grudge" fights childhood maturity. leave scars never completely heal participants meet later 5 faces wellington tournament comets hit trail tonight leads step by'step championship. thinking columbus tourney job been seeking do 3ome time. draw pits them opening game, scheduled frr 8:45 (thursday). game tonight's match oberlin lodi 7:30 p. m. winner amherst-wellington spencer saturday night. obcrlin-lodi eaton 8:30 saturday. tomorrow nlght'b finds clearview battling seville rldgeville taking lcrain st. mary's. winners wiu 9:30 night qualify district kent next week. iseeking revenge dukes 19-16 setback handed three weeks ago. defeat snapped string 35 consecutive league victories. spencer, wellington, finished second medina-co captured consolation championship sectional meet. indications point best tourneys ever held clear-view with merina-co sending stronger delegation before. also add strength tourney. lo-raln-co pretty evenly matched powerful bid coveted berths business met monday regular men's was grange hall. endorsed previous giving tickets purchases tabled ordered up plans. appointed president nabakowskl includes ludwlg thomas, chairman, frank mischka, dr. w. g. schaeffer, henry kane berk. voted send boy boy's camp sponsored american legion summer. rountine. lakewood man takes place i. humphrey a. kopcha lake wood took practice humphrey, local chiro practor. graduate metropolitan college physlother-aphy ohio taken post clinic chripractic chicago. monday, wed nesday friday office hours from 1 6 8 m solicitor miller offers opinion council humor injected tuesday mayor c. e. cooper village win. miller. had heckled his, experiences his recent trip south. during reading bills, authorized repairs damaged sleet storm. cost set 75 cents hour, stating, "i don't think any climb less that. know woudn't" whereupon declared, "the couldn't" celebrate mr. mrs. clayton wedding anniversary, goes detail couple. license sale opens tags still although automobile 1938 tuesday, were available here. mary wolfe, deputy registrar charge year, reported yesterday shipped ashland friday. she telephone conversation highway department informed her somewhere transit bhe late afternoon early morning. stated arrived. sold for-m e r gerstenberger hardware building. only where failed arrive same condition prevail ed throughout county. how centers, applications licenses reserved them. series issued police carrying clock rounds system 'clock punching policemen went eight stations installed village. numbered key each station policeman uses punch clock, recording time station. checking time, cooper, policemen, record two probably soon. records turned every day cooper. first reports reveal tliat can visited 50 minutes. honor anniversary f. r. powers could correctly count oft you, seen seeley walking town. seeley's home mine, my beginnings somewhat near other, being further down road. after moved cleveland avenue, many's encountered him striding along, anywhere pleasant farm town's district. likes walk, clear glass why bald did sentence. years, since grey hairs no longer intruding strays among brighter ones bo plucked laughed about, bit anxiously perhaps, natural legitimate parts me henceforth, myself really grateful town, times chance see act. seems looks different ho familiar refreshing sight of, him, moving along perennial spring step, mem friday, 4, 59th 8th. powers' articles connection lives missing year sure until arrive, wolfe stated. used thursday, 10 mandatory 31. '39 plates commemorate observance centennial northwest territory. succeeds john ege-land henrietta ; church gives twenty members friends methodist elyria aged sunday afternoon. music worship presented direction vernon munn, choir director. assisted following persons gave eolo, duet quartette num bers: miriam esther kactzel; phylls portman, ardith baumnn, ruth augersbach lam-vermeyer. rev. s. kaetzel, pastor, speaker occasion. program, guests made tour ot home. counterfeit coins several reportb heard circulated past jew weeks. however, received banks. half dollar shorty hull theatre. imitation nearly perfect discovered reached bank. found design almost imitation, coin little thicker milled edges. appeared bank, others discovered. ories happy surge me, feeling, akin security wanna me. changing world, seeley'b town hold . much like havo believe quite young man, cannot press too persistently, so happens importance family, whose significance weaken arguments considerably, just around corner. eighth 1b day, marks fifty-nine wedded life seeleya! anyone seeing today bright eyea sprightly figure sho charming vivacious girl understand clayt dozen fell love her. daugh ter fauldine lucille news- berry, family eleven children, girls boys. born am herst small stands across street peter's church, christened margaret. sometime father relief load climbing approximately great labt according h. neptune, neptune handles entire investigating certifying himself amherst-twp avon lagrange-twps. tno loraln-co central unit, supervises lorain elyria. townships handle own problems. twice coming accepted, busiest days. handling dally december. mondays, wednesdays fridays, necessary bpend even applications. february 23 24 wero accepted. families receiving climbed 18 summer total 83 now. case investigated thoroughly possible thoso cases help abso lutely needed given relief. schedule determines shall receive month food orders. cash. instance, ave $8.33 orders $16.66 month. addition surplus furnished government, potatoes, apples, oranges, dried peaches, rice, otc. clothing it. shoes childron school. clothing, 'which la handled township trustees, placed neptune. limited fuel people actually unit while fur nished government. regularly weeks, steady future. obtained hall ruth's store south wednesday afternoons. 1:30 aunt mlra: albert, aren't sometimes afraid you'll lose control car? bert: constantly mira, installments behind purchased neighboring corner property, included lots upon schiefcrstein sam wragg houses located. whether newsberry built couldn't sure. rate margaret lived some convenient father's work, ran grist mill foot shupo avenue. attended schools teacher wab helen crcuse, daughtor crosse. teacher, crocker married clement. thoao pub lic schools, waa running water tap, drink ing children got well hand. doubt saw supplying wants room, custom empty pall foraging least day. privilege sought after, fully appreciated bestowed. thought autumn schoolmate, holding tbe handlo sandstone center world agrees give fire protection biggest crowds present chambers evening. thirty visitors crowded interested proceedings. brownhelm trustees. trustees seek agreement regard accept streets future pro- posals introduced tuesday's carried out. proposed extension maple-av church-st " forest hill drive allotment paul wottring. councilman re ported approached representative plato estate owns land continuance purchase right way big lot $1,000. sell without lot, know. route southeast section dangerous because curves turns. pointed traffic traverses routes. urged whole look situation, pointing councilmen back pro perty. conven ience pedestrians use footpath property. en dorsed association. action meeting. proposal submitted improved wpa project understanding wottring take wasn't accepted ruled illegal agreed improve subject specifications. submit plans improving legionaires bingo party elmer johnson ameri another blugo parties 10. affair joseph's school cordially vited attend. swung walked, came door stood herself. (the old homo resi dence powers.) tall woman hair severely parted looking lacked physical attractive ness supplied clusters luc-cious grapes hanging arbor reason forbidding stand kitchen youngsters approach pall. surely margaret's momentary bold outburst, eyeing thirstily seeley, "may wo 'each bunch grapes, please?" goddess amethyst-studded doorway rose terrifying heights. "no!" snapped. "now get your here." guess, nor died before continued page contract brownhelm-twp brought trustoes objecting clauses agreement. object prico $50 call $1 per man-hour hour yearly minimum $300. objection 'to clause requiring assume responsibility damage apparatus answering forcing assumo accidents truck involved. latter liable accidents. mcqueen stat felt equipment menz voiced thought, saying change orig inal offered. tom finnegan declared coun cil "ftel neighborly" clause. finrfogan's statement) motion sign contract. similar signed except annual chargo fixed $400. mistake -the original read "m00 payable quarterly." brownbelin-twp east tho. vermilion river creek york tracks. amherst-twp. north ormsby corners wabash both contracts stipulate 'fire 'will calls grass fires unlesb called request firemen pay again up. hearing firo chief stlwald's opinion, solona $400 making retroactive year. bids erecting fence aides cleveland-av cemetery lawrence. pago an- fines tinea collected november. drunken driver, fined $100 costs jail sentence, apparently proved lesson. play-draws crowd play "elmer bhck aaron creek" alumni group auditorium boforo crowd. proceeds aro bleachers gym. attends operetta presentation operetta, "bulhul" dl rection misa dorothy jonea miss rica libretto. leading roles wore played alma masters, burton iloffner, beverly bruce, herbert gammons, irvin maxwell bernard keller "si
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-03-04|
|Date of Original||1938-03-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-03-04 20 5|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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