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the amherst news-times volume xvii, number 34 friday, august 2, 1935 sandstone center of world :our washington: news letter washington, july 31 small groups men working behind, closed doors, are doing more to actually shape course legislation than all fanfare and oratory in senate house arenas. committee on conference appointed by vice presi- dent speaker, as presiding officers congress, is or sometimes undo ing legislative drafts over which public pollticans wrangled for months. under our parllamontry system two houses practically transfer their entire power three five agents de- signed "conferees' part yqf 0f work former examiners rep- qualifying new examiners, resentatives. has an classes will be conducted at lake-atmosphere trading final- ylw beach, lorain, ity. this due tie fact that reports must accepted without amendment entirely rejected. it wonder ad- ministration, seeking victory for( its ideas, brings pressure bear have "right" designated these conferences now deadlocked unless differences between the; bills, passed each body, soon reconciled much president's program side-tracked. extended battle principles anticipated when conferees get together harmonize pending banking control bill, regulation motor carriers, tax scheme, other issues wich considered ir reconcilable. hand, sound adjournment bell would probably signal patchlng-up spirit indifference policies. drastic action state relief administrators middle west wheat producing area forcing people give up profitable loafing government's expense expected a salutary effect commonwealths. one major problems been force women rolls accept positions pay reasonable wage. vigorous protests farmers against competition agencies reached sufficient overcome polltican's dread of- ifending those asking them work. mr. roosevelt promised several million off november. dream not bo real ized because there too stalling among administrators. last published analysis federal administration, dated is, based upon sta tistical study nationwide during march, 4,585,000 families were receiving emergency 879,000 single persons also listed. means 20,538,000 17 percent population little reduction since date. national average, but ratio individual states vaerles from 8 delaware, mexico north dakota, 38 south dakota. average family received benefit $28.08 february, highest benefits paid york, massachusetts, nevada, $43.67 $42.66, $42.01 respectively feb. connecticut (pen. $40 per month. end scale oklahoma, carolina, kentucky with averaging $8.45, $8.72, $9.89 respectively. conversations political leaders, after office hours, reveal president annoyed publication his speeches governor presidential candl date subsequent reversal sentiment assuming chief magistrate. comparisons usual embarrassing deadly parallel. writing around trusted friends districts, legislators say coming prolonged session congress retarding recovery. claim la advanced manu facturers distributors cannot plan fall programs uncertainty government pol icles taxes hang life saving next week donald mcleod staff american red cross, lorain monday, tuesday wednesday conduct courss saving. announcement was made recently chapter cross ajmherst branch part. savers residing n who wish enroll may do so registering either chas. kendelgh, chair amherst. consist re st. joseph's picnic sunday annual church held brandts park. start immediately second ma8a' transportation no getting furnished. busses leave school mass. events arranged afternoon. include afternoon races contests. holy name ball team meet feature game teams met church, june. fine prizes given away picnic. al sharp writes home hello wirly: well here i am last, had quite time it. we nice trip down. did you ever wash your own clothes? boy! that's only thing don't like about place i've sure got enough too. divided into platoons, g6 platoon. threo petty platoon officer platoon, good start, eh what, lot southern fel lows know how they you-all yon boy hell! went today marines beat navy 4 1. bay sunburned sunburned. wow! just fi,. nr-i. 1 i.ic ueen urilllng every day sun believe me hot down here. well, out another suit "whites" stop hope o. k. write forget answer. my address alfred j. 29 u. s. n. t. norfolk, va. sincerely, al. railroad veterans 146 irain 146, carrying dan o'brien teddy leahy started fifty-years same road, big four starting careers train, finishing railroading stopped short grafton word line winding records gatherings along route. o'brien, conductor train cincinnati cleveland, engineer leahy, columbus, runs before retiring pension. statistics show saf-est traffic. victims laid rest. while sally rand throws bubble dance york broke. makes dandy publicity can't depend projects approved almherst wero listed pwa officials washington wednesday. involves building storm sewer outlet (for jackson st, grading paving lake crom present pavement corporation line. complete thes village $1,470, $1,420 paving. balance cost both contributed 'government. filed village. being and! await approval. handicapped lack funds many the' seeks approval for. stipulations call paying material, material withholding put large way machinery gets motion. county night cleve land festival tomorrow (friday) summer cleveland. running an' extra inclement' weather throughout first attract total of, quarter festival. sponsored cleveland advertising club featuring nightly drama "last days pomeii". already witnessed impressive spectacle. art seen things enter-est downtown visitors pastel paintings david wilson. is. rather difficult assemble collection wilson's pictures usu ally "done order" sold very complet ed. however, insistence some works local artist naby's shop draves shop. phlebitis leg kept confined less homo weeks, elyria assembling work, usual. rosemary ruth hurls k p's plans discussed regular meeting p alonday evening lodge rooms swimming party 12. routine business took remainder meeting. defeated riverside lodge. final score 5 2 rose mary twirling law forbids greatly restricting dentists came effective ohio 12th. tho advertis prices, guarantoss freo services attaches penalty revokation license violators. dentist contend unfair, according dr, a. rubel. he said caused "tooth concious" resulted done dentists, result, raising standard health. dr. rubel prices helped keep dental low. what profiteth intrepid aviator stay 27 aloft, 3 later come through month's rent flat? cooi feeling warm weather? here'a prescription fmpju0 "m" ,bathina 8ult a" ontario lake, aquaplane snrts tee tr zt tut ju8t fun yun woma" ab0ve light rates above recent survey domestic residential electric shows ranks lower classifications increased use electricity price shoots near high mark. 64 cities grouped classification ' 2500 5,000. seventeen different charges 25 kllowat hours. amherst's $1.63 lis eighth lowest kw. $1.00 $2.25. 100 $4.82. 26 amount hours 14th bottom. bottom $3.00 $6.50. soars top 250 hour class $10.70. group higher low $5.25 $13.25. noticed lowest. iln difference 125. group, increase 116 23 noted group. again kllo- -wat 152 rates. greatest discrepancy any figures occurs towns 1,000 2,500 population. 184.1 .88 bratenahl $2.50lj r jiueuer loudenville. elyria, identical comparision bettor impression quan tity used kw rank 12 patrol vicinity thp patol madto presence felt lako road early thursday artrested truck drivers driving overloaded trucks driver lights. patrolmen h. bruws l. loveland arrests brought stand trial justice 'the peace c. e. cooper, cooper fined $25. costs. fred wegert detroit harry miller tho, driver, joe romot vermilion $2 remember strong protest extravagence distributing free garden seeds? 13 prices; kw, 9th 18 7th differ-ent prices. following table vermilion; hirk akoa hcl sj jj jjjeaoint 25kw lookw 250kw avon - 1j0 4.00, 9.88 1.00 4.00 oberlin 1.20 3.30 wellington 1.25 5.00 6.68 10.70 13.25 9.36 8.45 9.75 ,1 1.63 4.82 1.75 5.75 2.00 4.85 lroaiu 2.13 4.45 2.50 525 t illuminating co. municipal plant plants, erie co., sorvico. survoy aro january 1, 1935. season reunions wore hold past attended residents. james ehrman elected sports bech-stine reunion hsld eech-tine's woods 193n. year la-vare park toldo sunday. attend mrs. william family, f!hi1rlrfn mr tjnaa plntn nnrl gauman chosen historian zuercher charles gieisncr, elyria. george voll mer family; wal ter bchultz bauman sam gau man jr. oberlin. bechtel saturday clearview grovo halo bechtel, daughter marjorie; ,!mrs. walter sons lloyd paul attending biggest e;rnst heunion hedges porte 180 attendance. carl ernst, daughter; elizabeth lois amelia deuschle, son alvln; kroeger hones year's place. girl escaded "obey" choosing career instead frolic morning everything set celebration bigger ever. extend invitation you, guests something minute day. 9:30 harmonica, guitar old fiddling contest scheduled band town hall yard. doc schaeffer charge event says entries faster drawing near. evidence day, plenty music. ofiteo spectators headquarters winners register o'clock news-timeb contests start. sev-after re-' enteen run hov nrlze. street. list card stating follows: 50 yard dash, won theso ex- boys 14; girls changed cor 14, winning prize tickets. 18; ladles races, great' ; th0( m?ed ma attraction. eagles bau growing play time, contest: bean con-mischka meat neckt,e ntest: s throw-loading plenty. a' contest; clothes pin $25 stake go the! balloon breaking contest, 15 winner. been1 w oldest man; playing great lately are, !t youngest mar-much stronger most ried c0uple- ti,ii, nmnv r,hr.pr lead-1 tne bal1 contestants mischka meats rounded formidable ag- find regation. lineup nttlipr wrntrcr tjemhach behind a, , . r. ,r a(. plate. deb young thomas mound. chance see favorite busi-infield doyle hut-1 ness ball. ton, john brown, genie myers taking waldorf tiny himself. outfield lagers reichert, berk lined up. chuck gormey, man-the probable lino ager waldorfs ace maiden diewald forming bleove however aim-the battery. hoffner first, lach springing surprise second, fairchild men. might towne holding the', spoil if tell rose-hot corner comprise j brownhelm going infield. birdmen's twirl waldorfs. fairchild, zemba braun. amusement wilj dead, hurt tbursd'v woman hospital, pair crutches broken, motorcycle side car wrapped cherry tree front masters residence, blood-, soaked patch uio lawn, gruesome story ride 12:30 m. thurs-, morning. dead parsh, 653 ave., worked service station 118th lorain. w. hinz, injured taken care hospital. such information could learned hlnz parsh companion riding niotorcycles. hlnz' motorcyclo equipped sidecar. parsh's was. mrs, hinz tired back seat her husband's exchanged places companion. machines leavitt rd. turned ridge take short-cut home. machine continued straight. curve ave. failed pavejnent, rode hedge fence tree. bed heard crash screams hurried render assistance. conrad zilch called under. parlors. sheriff's department investitating report driven lights arrived accident on. whether impact shut ridding learn. suffered concussion brain lacerations. condition reported fay- arable, ,the ereased p,e cllmb- purse the, po' g0 10 wnoever can rea.cn. parade 6:30. detract whit size beauty nearly mea planning entlrlng floats should make deal larger year. tuo form main st- soutn o tracks, nlove nortu maln cleveland; east cievelana spring; snring tennev: ten- noy t0 jackson; l0 0q maln; tenney; ou tenney plato's corner; then cu-cie tue isian(i counter march church; tha judging where dls-land. $15, $5 offered prettiest float. lodges, appear full dress uniform awarded best dressed women's organization men's organization. ash derby conjunction canceled. feels allowed construction postpone until fireworks climax iull 9 danco dancing adam blythe's orchestra furnishing fame rapidly spreading even fur ther attending. putting friends. all, advantage opportunity enjoy yourself expense. alvin mni-lnfita u.uo duuntcu minor uiuidco wuou jn collided occurred 33rd clifton ave marinius wan uncle ivan collision.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1935-08-02|
|Date of Original||1935-08-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1935-08-02 17 34|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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