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news-times amherst the r if ft volume xix, number our washington news letter i washington, july 7 it is generally conceded that holiday explosions of fireworks were tame affairs as compared to forthcoming display oral pyrptech-ntcs, .which follow formal opening debate on supreme court reform issue. strategy boards are keeping their major plans secret they go through preliminary gestures without coming actual grips main problem. both sides fear war tocsins now sounding in far east may inimimize place spotlight with likelihood of, public mind being diverted by alarms armed conflict. comment within high administration circles effect a modiiied wage and hour regulation bill will be passed at this session. prospect, question uppermost minds industrialists politicos deals personnel labor standard? board five members. feeling against continued influx social workers into key positions rises trouble encountered existing agencies. criticsm governor davey ohio about secretary perkins .proposal practically seize steel chlefts means bringing them terms trade unions has stirred hornet's nest here. protests also heard security overladen sociologists rather than experts. movement making organized legally responsible bargaining agency', which started auspiciously michigan legislature, hailed here forward step toward minimizing strikes disturbances. prohibition new statute use non-strikers pickets .regulations picket-lines amenable law order expected have salutary effect. there evidence federal author-titles harassed political obligations c.i.o. would like other states wolverine example lift load from central government. sentiment not reached point where roosevelt willing challenge lewis demanding amendments wagner act take responsibility along vast power given law. white house hopes vital issues absorb attention cougress until strife abates. signing relief appropriation giving president "blank check" lawmakers, who voted him power, wondering how he it. latest figures bureau statistics show industry absorbed approximately 750,000 workers, unemployed during last few months. absorption together employment gains recent years brings estimated total down 5 million. when you consider under conditions prosperity more one million people, employable but working for various reasons, then best calculations indicate actually less out work present. works progress reports two employed propects, represents reduction peak february 26, 1936. legislators representing districts predominantly rural character fretting complaints farmers continue grow policies. reported shortages exist majority farms largely because competition w. p. a. higher rates easier conditions. received national farm organizations every 100 available jobs 20 25 begging. due shortage eligible research heavy percentage former cities rolls apparently too lazy return earn livelihood farm. small wonder (bringing pressure bear local authorities ,an effort to, weed ele-(ment sinecures, -which ore financed hard taxpayers. 26 garbage still bothers village solons again occupied council members tuesday night regular meeting. shorty martin, previously told no longer wanted job, reconsidered wishes again. clerk was instructed tell martin present next offers been collect men ask $60 month agree twice week july, august september once nine councilman dis cuss regulations size 0f , containers an unexpected development forest-washington street paving project revealed time, storm sewer streets dug just past old car right way bottom washington-st. had planned stop allow water drain off fields there. henry slpple, owns sipple allotment there, threatened bring injunction suit does north dlcth af corporation line. drainage committee lnsturucted interview .mr. slpple see some satisfactory arrangement could worked out. possibility commissioner year seen following discussion held. nearly all accord plan agreed budget woud put opperation now. out, truck bought do several odd around town hires time. same solons, employees highly sat isfactory, increased pay al though request increase made. receiving 40 cents get 50 cents. necessity trimming trees limbs growing so low traffic menaces discussed. abundance rain, foli age extra heavy, vveiging limb s,- especially after storm. look matter. entertain neighbors monday mr. mrs. herman short family entertained evening group neighbors. tureen supper held enjoyed fireworks. included among guests pharles sa-blers, son earl daughter francis; carl springer, daughters elaine janet; fred berger, helen, margaret hulda; berger jr.; lucy roemer helen; zellnsky daughter; irwin bachman hopkins, rock-wood, john ehlert, hosts, sons, james ted. injured fight. taken hospital gus nagy emergency treatment afternoon fight fellow worker harsar leavitt road. occurred while fields, cutting hay. nagy's brain believed bo pierced pitch fork. treated here, removed st joseph's ln lorain. name party argument learned. arlene reich, bob finnegan married wed miss kelch, caroline spring-st, robert finnegan, hugh milan-av, united marriage pretty ceremony st. church wednesday morning. rev. father smith officiated nuptial mass single ring used. agnes lahiff or- ean played "ave maria" time or tne ezcnange vows. la- bride sang piece. "oh lord, am worthy" communion marcella sister bride, her attendant farrell attended his brother. ceremony, wedding breakfast berved immediate families gables elyria. reception relatives friends bride's home. newlyweds left motor tour. reside west-st return. graduate school yrith class 1926 kent state college. she teacher school. am-herst hardware co. harmonica contest feature day guitar con. test, usually annual program, listed events day. past, good prizes offered those proficient music come instruments. planning enter asked contact either nabakowski oi dr. g. schaeffer. then. your instruments start practicing. ip keen is, draw first prize. assist vendor tax joseph s. zboray, lorain, sales examiner, 12 13 vendors quarterly 15. headquarters above park bank. zboray birmingham today, 9. call instead having headquarters. f. r. powers many moments, dear ladles, bit ot housecleanlng delayed read newspaper found lining drawer? older paper interesting reading, embarrassing you, too. "has ao long since cleaned drawer?" say. up begin read, straightway gjiilty negligence forgotten pleasant perusal yellowed sheet. myself seasoned veteran sort thing, can easily understand eagerness recently handled copy york herald, dated saturday, april 15, 1865. incorporated, condensed version sure, history .books. learning lincoln's fssasslnatlon, sherman's army march, lee's surrender grant exactly folks know troublous times 1860's. sparkling accounts, friday, 9, 1037 cool drink spring, helped make popular thirsty attracting hundreds continually flows pipe people better drink. paths originally made indians favorite spot hot trial assaulting pair forks wellington youths legedly assaulted sam nagy, 42, son, frank, 21, so. am-herst-rd, early saturday morning pitchforks $200 bond 16. howard jackson, 24, wellington, pleaded guilty charge assault before justice preston coon fined $50 costs. however, second charge, lindsay welling ton, guilty. arrested deputy sheriff paonessa. delegate legion convention brumflold, commander elmer johnson post, american legion" chosen fifth district lorain sunday tegular meeting post friday night. discussed 30. special refresh- ' ments aadt,n card games. combined picnic auxiliary sunday, th, eechstein's woods harry sabiers, presided absence commander, brumfield. able find louise suter, patterson, ney jersey, enlisted aid nows-times seatch father, ernest whom never seen, soon. tho appearance news-times, friend father's located communicate girl. suter lived ten ago. we peruse eye witnesses, happenings narration trite prosaic wc studied back days. fow reprints issue herald. give wish grateful acknowledgement jessie south loan valuable little newspaper. official dispatch deparmbnt 15 1:30 a.m. general dlx, york: 9:30 m., ford's theatre, president, sitting private box lincoln, harris itathburn, shot assassin, suddenly entered approached behind president. assassin leaped upon stage, brandishing largo dagger knife, mado escape rear theatre. pistol ball president's head penetrated nearly, head. wound mortal. insen leon van nuys buried tues. funeral services nuys, 46, resident year, late emyloyee oil co., died noon illness weeks. formerly survived wife, jewell, 'children, fay lois, joy, jr., raye arllne howard; mother, nora sturgis, michigan; brothers, orville russell, sister, melvin schwartz, m. hayes, pastor evangelical church, rites. burial took elmwood cemetery. couple ripley, thurs. frank lach returned trip thursday. peace d. conrath performed ceremony. doris braun, phillip forest-st. lach, middle ridge-rd. bridegroom graduates ( george jones attendants wedding. young arc homo reideuce axtel-st. everything relative millinery things going world fashion ready admire queen mother's hats. sible ever inflicted dying. whether not, seward's apartments, pretense prescription shown secretary's sick chamber. assasln immediately rushed bed three stabs 'on throat face. hoped wounds my apprehension prove fatal. nureo alarmed frederick seward, adjoining room, hastened door met dangerous wounds. recovery seward doubtful. probable live wlfo advertised theatre evening, burlington six o'clock evening. cabinet meeting, present, subject country prospect speedy sandstone center 1937 celebration complete announcement monthly business men's committees appointed different divisions event, these report brownhelm congregational wife admits part shooting fray drake, leavitt-rd, four bullets body 64, admitted drake claims submitted beating elyria hotel, according drake. driving home struck almost forcing ditch. reaching home, went sleep woke 8 abuse. upstairs, said got gun dresser drawer. followed attempted away him. scuffle knee. knocked hand chair recovering it, him, sheriffs. hurlbut today lhe zilch minnie hurlbut, 77 omer kelloy, elyria, monday. came ago seven spent life lorain-co. besides survivors include adam franks, amherbl, edward "toledo; step-daughter, j. anderson, pa. honor bride-to-be show'r virginia greulich honored guest miscellaneous shower clarence dean recently. katherine dietz assisted dean. games contests proved diversion ihe become gallagher, 2s. very cheerful hopeful, spoke kindly leo othors confederacy, establishment government virginia. except attendance ho unconscious. edwin stanton. secy- cadwallader's dispatches appomattox c. h. 10, 1865 despatch yesterday hurrlodly closed departure herald messenger city point. shall confined additional details great culmlnatln event rebellion, represented themselves me, much regard import' ance order. 'carrying appointment officers carry tertns parties night, conference tween arid lee page 6 ladies loua speaker arrange- ment announced loud enough everyone hear plainly. each broadcast well later day, advance what for" benefit, day's festivities pet parade. definite yot announced, iboy girl enters parade ticket entitling admission picture mary jane afternoon. ad-dlttlon tickets individual tor most comical entrant addition ratings, definitely probably whereby rating credited given. boys', girls' 4-h clobs dla-trict cash awarded, $100 program. larger previous sum tills committee, divided 'in prize money individuals groups. " band engaged .be secured toe; engaged'. cannot players permitted join better. 4tn promises really "big surrounding communities. mark calendar nothing interfere hand. tennis instructions course ages ofiered playground starting classes week, monday, mornings 10 o'clock. dick baetz, supervisor, classes. learn play game. un timn fnr ttm nnual tournament. girls boys instructions. vited advantage oft course. chief activities soft-ball league. comprised teams, yankees, indians, tigers browns. truscello captain the-yankees, mccann heads tigers, ray leads browns grugel indians. tuesdays thursdays, morn-ing 6:30. yankees leading league end round. undefeated. only 9 defeat hands leaders spoiling record. rounds aro half. conclusion schedule, winner half championship. knows record mcnutt nlllnir tin ha nt.t1ln w mw utiiyn v pines the. cure. presidential bee ti&g.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-07-09|
|Date of Original||1937-07-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-07-09 19 26|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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