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i the amherst news-times r volume xix number 17 friday, may 7, 1937 sandstone center of world . - f ' r. our washington! news letter j washington cmfpvbgk washington, 5 it la doubtful whether much will be accomplished at current series conferences between capital and labor arranged under auspices secretary perkins. neither cabinet officer nor spokesmen for two groups have vaguest notion as to ultlmat.3 form scope new legislation, which president roosevelt submit congress ay a direct outgrowth supreme court's validation wagner labor. relations act. the, resolutions passed last week by' national chamber commerce demanding laws making trade unions assume more legal responsibilities are not expected provoke anything than discussion this session con-grossa administration is endeavor-lug steer clear dangerous shoals disclosed in intense faction disputes now raging within union ranks. safety factor militates against chances legislative curbs on tbe conduct groups. perkins gatherings make attendance virtually obligatory messers. green lewis, chieftains, deeply resented by these fuedlsts. their displeasure forced meetings somehow softened mutual recognizition that employers been chastened court edict extent they must deal with some branch unionism or run afoul government decidedly friendly basic cause. confidant authority an explanation puzzle has set country its ears why does mr. recommend so many sweeping drastic changes congress? answer summed up "the considers himself good horse-trader." actually, means he deliberately asks expects can put over major plans modifying tils original program exchange votes other matters. philosophy, if true, accounts his apparent unconcern reform bill, reorganization departments high lighted portions proposals patronage threats helps any carry main points. back all politics involved economy genuine concern credit position federal government. issue battled out circles but behind closed doors. proposed relief outlay one" one-half billions pared response public pressure. however, political pressure free-hand spending power-ful originates from gover nors 28 states, demanded larger contributions governors btates, lessen burden states municipalities. though na tional lawmakers personally increases, hard them stand princi ples local communities. governor eccles reserve system recommended increased taxes balance budget, suggestion discarded. possibility white house policy tax matters keeps legislators tether hooks. analysis state lo cal expenditures issued monday works progress ad uiinstrator hopkins claimed sub-divisions "kicked in" nearly four times funds 1936 did 1933, total expend! tures purposes during years 1933 through amounted ?2,900 million, ?1,700 million was used work relief, ?1,250 programs, ?85 civil projects, ?246 mil hon wpa projects 925 admlnis tratlon projects. exemption ot school requested operate exempted district next fall, stands save about ?2,200, result action village board education recently. indicated intention withdraw county system, law permits become when attains population 3,000 people more. recent census taken shows population, 3,870 people. had required several years, since received revenue staying system. former created 2.65 levy, levied upon entire distributed schools basis pupils. plan, district, because low valuation, large pupils, money paid taxes. replaced foundation program, levy off duplicate. change there no financial reason re maining. originat ed 1914. eliminated city elyria lorain placed jurisdiction. provided districts having districts, oberlin, being only enough county, ap plied once. systems wellington, were satisfactory own accord, devoted attention remaining 'schools. offered place facilities disposal amherst, never services board. present found ation deductions made department before remitting year deduction amount $2,200, sum dis trict contribute fu ture seeks save. board's needs confirmation director effective. take fall include request south additional territory. bas addition building. allot russia twp. part them. board, oppose such action. brownhelm p.t.a. install officers p. t. a. met tueday night coming term installed. also picnic 2 1st cascade park, elyria. musical festival given the' children. following installed: mrs. ray willmes, presi dent; b. showalter, vice president; miss eleanor mcveigh, secretary; george bauma'n, treasurer; mrs ethel bechtel, historian. annual hospiital day wedmjviay 12 hospital observed wednesday 12. open 1:00 m. until 4:00 p.m. light refreshments served. extra nurses charge -fausman chairman tho reception committee john hamann advertising. short inspection completed, everything ready best things life free!" fascinating and' different cooking just around corner! opening 18, 2:00 mary jane theatre. last-minute even paper goes press. bells needed eagerly-awaited, three-day school, brimming novelty, romance practical appeal, advance indications point capacity convention home-makers. men conventions, where listen lectures specialists, experts who studying experimenting along constructive lines. crowds business get fresh viewpoint job, ideas enthusiasm work. comes rally sunday, 9, students win exams june cater, student ranked highest took scholarship examinations kent saturday. carter won second french test. winners draga, tenth, algebra, joe whiton, general science. something f. powers forward: marks anniversary schools. fifty ago month first class graduated commemoration occasion far-reaching importance, my write few stories most facts article obtained "amrerst's story" rev. g. armstrong. early history am-horst read same "first schoolo" western reserve. ordinance 1788 provisions wern thru lands certain income schools, incorporation districts. compulsory. makers went far pass acts regulated raising them, ,but nothing obligatory. you wished your community could endict-ments providing tor ycu didn't want well you. evidently homemakers perspective "same old job," monotonous day-in-and day-out yet important world. feminine delegates pound glasses sing pep songs, got up-to-the-minute every phase household lore hear .from specialists field, inventory simplified methods, routine, products latest equipment pointing easy road smooth home management, seem like tall order one motion picture, enter tainmentj ordinary film. cast, directed ue, jt uirectou ami aj famed hollywood 3, lt assembled filmed thoughtfully ".fund patiently bring passing amusement. every-day happenings dramatized '"tho sound plot. t mother donald brownhelm, ranked, sixth physics. 250 com peted tests. russell allsop ohio university columbus, spent week-end anna sop, s. amherst. settlers, busy establishment homes themselves families wilderness, little "time give thought educating 1825 assembly commanded do what land section fully would. left livelihood long build houses. wasn't 1853, very definite concerning maintenance thru-out state, jn jerked lackadaisical existence pathway continued move steadily upward. centralized thriving munity "corners" town hall. hall served site till 1849, time moved church st. refitted schoolhouse 1856, pupils prov building properly house. schoo hind sparkling humor suspense necessary screen stories, deliberate plan ambitious determination instruction, inspiration worth-while women community. camera together vigorous investigation, quick snap chance offer interesting result. the. faithful picture school. model kitchen portrayed accurately detail. close-ups, person theatre "large life, twice natural" view each operation. bo "orchestra circle" entertainment, row guests page 3 preparations way memorial thursday evening, members organizations program. mayor henry garland appointed chairman. represented swiss lodge, royal neighbors, american legion auxiliary, fireman, knights ladles security, committees: en-engaging band, walter krueck, duncan robert allsop; engaging minister, kolbe, mrs: charles cor-bett n. townsend; speaker, paul mori, albert fazey arthur engle. asked contact sheriff's office arrangements motorcycle patrol highways parade. another meeting held thursday, 13, various committees reports. attended health oberlin lecently. joseph mine-lie cajlers h. ryan, sunday. c. rush son, kenneth, lagrange, sunday evening dinner ryan. year, amherstville, then known, formed josiah harris, alvah jo'hnson, dr. crossei moore, daniel axtell wilton directors. piece judge directors, after considerable delay, brick building, .finally erected, height twenty-five forty feet sides. vastly feature concerns central erected fact clay dug grounds baked there. tfulldlng cost $320"0. 1874 enlarged caro increasing eligible attend; grades started, necessitating employment teachers. boasted primary department, pri intormed iate german july 4, 1892 native burn missionaries speak ralph cobb son bobby, cannibal tribe bsl-glan congo, africa, epeaking foursquare gospel; located k p hall, wednesday, 12, 7:30 show 150 authentic pictures showing customs, jungles, animals, witchcraft, cannibals caught eating human flesh, scenes africa. color, visiting churches throughout united sailing belgium study language six months going need wall hold reinforcement built crownhlll ave. approach crownhill cemetery,, council decided tuesday night. crumbled hill three weeks ago. consist concrete retaining wall, deep ground, extending above ground. 15 wall. space beween filled stone dirt, sloped street level top construction condemned newell, engineer pwa county. newell predicted unless portion tumble down hill. stones base too small tremedous weight water seeping would wash smaller stones, weakening causing weight. ing site. similar fate, ruined fire march 1907. 1908, thoroughly modern annex, dedicated december, 1923 serves school-age township seat learning. 1884 e. e rayman came superintendent im provements follow wake arrival rayman. systematized modernized, goodly efforts worthy results armstrong aptly refers him "father am herst school." behalf approval both citizens, young folks go higher excellent support an'd project flowered glory reflected whole community, 8 investigate covered gas line burled fritz, manager fuel co. fritz told men's association 1 company makes tests determine condition. reported hospital. "all recall terrible, explosion wrecked texas. call condition tell regular "inspection thev line. -nord here, i'd ask instruct janitors sign escaping notified immediately," said fritz. "if buried should exposed," nabakowski. "oftentimes lines cinders fill, detrimental "to metal. it's quite possible happen company." nord, member meeting, matter once proper steps safeguard parking free saturday nights. rear oil thirty cars parked. lot watchman operated established wesbecher hardware store. places directs come convient- ly. parking. wishing stores drive into either lots, leave again return home. discussed erection signs advantageous highways. stamped sheet metal sign, enameled lettering, erected. welcome visitors. jointly council. merchants voted rep decoration parade sponsored ameri legion, send boy boys stitution maintained columbus taught functions offices. rites novinger funeral afternoon edgar l. novinger, 53, brownhelm. nov inger proprietor station. died heart failure while garden morning. surviving widow, florence james, daughter, juno may. brother, clyde lorain, survives. past seven lived lorain. burial -was rldgehlll cemetery oc conrad zilch.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-05-07|
|Date of Original||1937-05-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-05-07 19 17|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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