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1, 1 the amherst newstimes vplyme xix, number our washington: news letter washington, sept. 8 apprais- sals ot labor day speech-making as it may affect governmental and industrial policies agree on at least one point that federal authorities are now thoroughly enmeshed in factional strife among trade unions. militancy which characterized holiday orations has far-reaching political implications, although much of; harangue was easily recognized shallow window dressing put ou, to sway public sentiment. fact newest government agency, national relations board, felt necessary use radio a defensive gesture indicates plight of administrative wing bitter controversy bevween organized cliques. handwriting walls this week wage increases, major union groups demanding, will make advanced living costs vital coral-lary issue. internecine is taken mean pitched legislative battle over forms laws next session. generally understood roosevelt administration draftsmen work new standards bill, overcome formidable op-posltlon southern delegation congress. apparently, white house be obliged turn about support proppsl-tion recognizing differentials certain exemptions get around dixie blockade. position by american federation its october convention -havea great influence other legislation. a, f. l. smarting under tactics adopted board in. siding with, c. .1. disregarded court decision. federationists because their demand tha congress created n. r. b, o hatchets out incident calculated offset peace overtures for reconcilation lewis faction with a. k, meantime, "vijhite busy dodging cross-fire feudists. , diversity subjects claim attetnlon officials these days. diplomats militarists keenly alive significance long procession messenger . boys bearing wireless cable messages embassies lega-. tons here. state department is, working night reports orders code exchanged tocsins war sounded. politicians absorbed rumors young senator lafollette being groomed mr. his successor 1940. most talk tile nature trial balloons commit no one. cognotly argued nthat lafollatte progressive answer third party threat john laborites. others insist boom just stalking-horse an anti-third term coalition conservative democrats republicans. what president say supreme judiciary constitution address considered more logical than promotion heir. pity but men, unless supported constant bally-$oo, soon forgotten. remem ber william lembke? well, lemke standard-bearer? presidential candidate fath eir coughlin's social justice league last year, surprised leaders such small collection votes. failed click ,bld job, he managed land berth representatives. voci ferous two or three years champion inflationary measures, adminlstra uon oppose, remained strangely quiet session ended. however, latest post-season edition congressional record carries, ".unspoken address" north ' dakota representative styles himself "a uncoin-jerrer eon nonpartisan." still hankering place the. spotlight said. "thlb nation bankrupt; every bank- sjjpt; people united 3? officer urges drivers cautious children streets result jt reopening school tuesday, earl urged motorists careful driving rind avoid accidents. also pointed regulations governing zones passing busses. time bus stops, coining from either direction must stop can not start until again motion. between 35 40 violators were brought into here stated many think they only if behind kb bus. all traffic stop, emphasized. speed limit zone ten miles hour, according white. local policemen duty daily 11:30 m. 3:30 p. when dismissed. officers assisted trio high iboys who act patrolmen. group year comprised haas, alfred huber ralph thomas. 938 village budget set up cost same amount run next, did local, figured approved 1938 regular council meeting tuesday night. expenses approximately ,$21,466.21 t while estimates $21,- 626.45. i chief increases creation street commissioner. inserted first time, $1,500 aside personal service $400 expenses. receipts balances ex pected compared figures given year's first: general fund, $21,526.45, 21,466.21; maintenance repair, $2600.07, $2400.07; gasoline fund $4,817.60, $4,717.50; electric ligtft $76,408.62, $69,408.62; bond retirement, $27,689.66, $29,587.60. estimated expenditures given: $21,050.50, $20,269.76; $2,300, $2,200; gas oline $4,500, $4,400; light $37,-000, $42,000; re tirement, $14,686.00, $20,142.94. official meet approval county before receive money request. ohio invites pupils day" students invited guests university fall annual "high day," for, saturday, september 25. all-day program culmin ate opening football game stadium, texas christian providing opposition. guides visiting arrive 10 conduct them departments univetsity interested. laboratories open experiments progress. during morning natatorium scene swimming exhibition featuring al patnlk, sophomore diving star amateur low champion. complete information mailed principals, through whom tickets purchased advance 26 cents each. sum covers reserved beat souvenir program. ticket orders., reach monday, 20. those received af ter date returned on- old hole bpmkjlh pictures hf nppjp refute claim. tne swim- pjjm. ll there close bhbhmsri smfv&hv sillslll town- hmhh pjw''',tl inst weelc less b9hh m ijjf7!&wi mile corporation limits. uhbjwhjkg so deep log floating win trip 4-h club billy kneisel love, both brownhelm, preparing attend columbus opens sunday continue throughout week. reward winning top honors team demonstration contest fair represented lorain after preliminary contests dealt care handling quality milk. accompanied toy four members go delegates. have been enrolled eligible trip. delegates marion streicher wbo took second prize dress made designed herself. yet named. mrs. powers (from latin sys tem, meaning seven) ninth month seventh roman began march. haste thee, school-boy, away, far too lias thy stay; often you tardy been, lesson you've seen; stay. join idler's play; quickly your steps school, mind teacher's pie; play. learn lessons well to-day; love truth shun wrong, 6 friday, 10, (editor's note: hear good days gone, hoje. ptili town. lost series tells own story.) oh boyi wait'll gang comes swan dive former resident died friday funera services held monday ellen booth, 78, afternoon. booth home her daughter, justin, she making home. life lorain-co, born amherst-rd lived lorain. member congregational church. addition survived sons, harry hiller, lorain, toledo, clyde elyria. twelve grandchildren survive. rites ford thompson funeral rev. creetus dowell,' pastor church redeemer, officiating. interment crownhill cemetery. week-end g. rush son, kenneth, lagrange spent weekend p.ev. b. h. ryan. mostly then seem long. mcguffey's eclectic reader copyright 1857. -week earl, ninety old, telling me childhood. earliest memories beloved master named edson. had unique way punishing school-room culprit rates paragraph to-day. whenever edson caught youngster doing wrong he'd bid him feet once. teacher would take watch pocket (and -was something wondered at) floor offender. "now" command stern voice, "step pa watch! 8tep it, say!" ,begjln., ibawllng crying "that break stepped it," there'd running thru 1937 let's swim over. going nowi wind project; s1akt another .the forest-st paving project, principal wpa relief project summer, near completion. concrete poured men putting curbing. entire expected finished completing tention similar washlngton-st. readiness latter excavation fore part expect wah- ington-st very short time. return east jack blackford, don fullmer gerald bruce ihe eahtem states. thev visited atlantic city, york cil.y, washington d. c, came ohio. auto. thoughts consequences terrible imagine should schoolmaster's broken kids tell folks done con sidering how it. few minutes protesting willing promise anything, even eternal behavior, wouldn't step on. watch. don't know ever course psychology, whether no, certainly applied devised harmless bit punishment. retired intact further proot schoolmaster individual workings little minds called upon guide duty. my grandfather went man became com mander regiment served daring civil war, later man, james uarneio. ana ve nesra sandstone center world pealing bells sound knell vacation summer sounded bells. sent youthful girls back nine months study preparation higher places worlcj face graduation. faculties schools faculty list nearby f blows: grade, thelma margaret schneider; pandy effie smith; viola keenan mary la-liiff; fourth gaehr maibelle sutllff; fifth florence ehrman edna beller; music, dorothy jones; art, iona good; physical education junior-high english, robert hubbard; manuel training, norwood hearn; domestic science, selma warkentin; junior geography history, mays; mathematics, ethel eppley; mar ion steele, english; lucille leach, dorothea zilch,' mathematics; beatrice johnstone, edu cation history; kathryn murray, french aid rice, english speech; hope mcclaflin, commerce; arthur engle, science; pow ers, superintendent; grace pur-cell, secretary bock, sanitorlum school. " st. joseph (parochial grades, sister marilyn; rose ann; sixth lillian; sev enth eighth marie. south e. litzenzerg, principal; glenn stevenson, arts; helen reltz; winifred powell; gordon spiete, education; elementary, flora pike, slusser, wm. lantz, schnaak, histed, alice parsons, esther schatz, pierce. henrietta j. cline slack, gannett, paul boyle, maurine cat-lin; norma liver-more, schafer, martha lee harris jean wright, oberlin. brownhelm thourot, principal;, miss simms, dwyer mcveigh; schultz, elsie whinnery, bechtel hurley. life's bothers maintain schedule train thought. grandpa garfield fasten onto unruly child shelf narrow nardly dare move muscle, tweak might catapult floor. crude, perhaps was, thinking better effective humiliat ing tongue-lashing delivered presence whole class. tensed muscles iron out, words spoken heat anger ofttlmes sear scarring. recommended everyone, article "i church" issue saturday evening post. says everything needb said, tumbles delightfully guileless manner common excuses you'll find yourself feeling silly remember gave any teason non-chorea, attendance, than: want go." truly anyone awaking rip van winklesque sleep amazed. wasn't ago calling forth like tolling bells, least, ending fun -brief respite christmas respond ringing hungry farmers do dinner bell. romp ahead starting smiling, eager faces seen sido. fellows ontering look delightful ex- pectancy lies ahead. full activities pupils. deal extra curricular football, basketball track. musically- iuclined band .and orchestra occupy attention. glee clubs offer the, songbirds chance voice abilities. plays speeches form big dramatic students. .who write opportunity gain experience on, papers. chapel programs, informal programs appear public. learning "reading, 'rlting 'rithmetic". writer puts "it taking medicine sugar coating. lot good." enrollment attendance vicinity as' year. registered 755 760 divided groups, composed five 286 pupils; 197 272. joseph's parochial showed 115 as, 120 57 150 principal. released litzen-berg, amherst, show also. 250 253 grades were: first, 34; second, 29; third, 23; fourth, 27; fifth, 36 sixth, 21; seventh, 41; eighth, 42; ninth, 30; tenth, 28; eleventh, 19; twelfth, 23. increased litzenberg stat ed expects 20 enroll proportionately. inrxi nrnrrne forestall robbery forewarned forearmed motto law enforcement agencies. carried receiving ,tlp police jn nejphborlng town scheduled place, here, iqal patrolled jong. 11 mayor, cooper, im mediately special carl ejnwechter sharp phillip braun. mayor nlgbt's activities. mays using cars, ,men streots no( place. meager,, .thai vera thes job. 41
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-09-10|
|Date of Original||1937-09-10|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-09-10 19 35|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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