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. r-, hi the amherst news times r k t i-i s volume xix, number : our washington letter washington, sept.29 political observers are more inclined to emphasize what they privately call "the tour of roosevelt charm school" than either return mr. justice black or revival meetings nationally known republican leaders. notwithstanding president's warning newspaper writers on his train that western trip must not be inter preted as a maneuver, there is no seasoned worker in vineyard politics who entertains doubts real motive long jaunt "to see people." it .noteworthy advls ors endeavoring caution chief executive about fickle ness crowds, people turn out first citizen and cheer. veterans argue .an influential critic never has chance telling president going under surface trends which discount en thusiasm admiring 'and curious greeters. "rebel" sena tors like wheeler, o'mahoney, burke clarke will do coun teract roosevelt's personal vislsts well worth considering these days. o. p. high command been meeting here lor several days an effort make war plans effective 1938 congressional contests. too early determine issue, but republicans toying with court reform (and appointment corollary) ; relief abuses, taxes alliances conservative democrats anti-roosevelt. incidentally, g. few headaches ease at home some elder party warriors resign their posts new blood takes over reins. leaders have cause for demanding writing preliminary platforms. action sponsored by michigan league clubs recently source concern. seems resolutions condemning sit-down strikes labor racketeers were side-tracked "premature declarations." this surprise move may symetomatlc thinkirig other areas consideration given vote next election. national farm organization spokesmen somewhat peeved publicity issued department agriculture regarding program. claims latest program was outgrowth conferences last week "farm lead er", private groups claim misnomer. claimed sessions held behind closed doors admission card only. according com plaints, "leaders" consulted officials actually government employees field representatives de partment summoned hero consultation purposes. while admitted federal agents reflect sentiment dis tricts, regular organiza- tions resent implication participated wallace dominated meeting. all smooth sailing, how ever, courageous vigorously opposed ideas secretary primarily relating pulsory crop control. tne pro tests apparently department's press release strangely silent subject arbitrary control 'wheat. said little support principal objective drastic fed eral production prqducts. tendency toward domestic allotment agricultural products 'left wide open those want cultivate overseas market talk still persists special session congress necessary permit begin its regulations planting, etc., january. depend reports reaching ears westward swing around circle. when postman rings one twice thanksgiving day, nation-wide count unemployed underway. voluntary registration aa authorized lacks tfcg nnmpbmob ;aai .-aeawnor -s quadrennial census. 37 teachers every tuesd ay village board education lengthy school monday night time matters disposed of. teachers, whose salaries raised meeting, presented petition asking set definite date pay present time, tho holding back week's salary paying friday. ine members did take kindly petition. member referred kid's trick another objected wording he also declared should come discuss grievances. nearly had opportunity read get opinion from faculty fore interviewed ad mitted weren't dissatis fied setup just signed because rest did. argument pe titlon passers pres ent knew would money. j. b. avery, clerk board, stated -that getting money friday past two years. state examin er, can paid until completed work. 'is why back, members, feeling checks rather during week. pointed cash weeks after receiving them. the. exception thelma mays mrs. keenan. miss refused sign keenan sick passed. however, agreed wanted. up being hereafter payments tuesday. payment system now used made tomorrow pay, avery points out, wait tuesday three pay. purchase ovens need stovo science rooms desks supt. powers grace purcell, secretary, continued page c fights police; jail objecting arrested, alexander sabo lorain saturday attempted beat patrolmen, local officer mayor c. e. cooper. companion, black, arrested leavitt-rd patrolmen reckless driving. driving ordered them stop, forced change seats him, windshield car broken scuffle. quieted sat urday so placed 'sunday. :fined $10 costs sentenced 10 county charge participating obstructing officer. fined $100 $50 suspended. irwin webber, cleveland, afternoon drive intoxicated. listen carl einwachter, $5 costs. man name withheld, similar charge. warned white .latter moved away, got started away mkt iatm. .'he 46?. coats. i month birthday greetings greetings! news-times birth day column makes appearance today. birthdays ouserve tnem listed hsre. easy torget relative, friend, nn aged person even your wife bus-band. .but greeting remember. course we don't amherst. fact, only very1 small percentage. ask co-operation making success. bring tht family friends. entered bitrhday book wilj approaches. no, ladies, worry, you -tell old are. drop stop office tell us falls on. folks whom dirtnaay due week: thursday, sept. 30' margie becker james schultz friday, oct. 1 robert wohlever saturday, 2 alice kinloch sunday, 3 ruth ehrman howard garrett bob fleckner clifford miller monday, 4 lloyd minor harold hunt reinhardt wednesday, 6 george kurth hold rites h. v. peabody funeral services pea-body died suddenly evening heart attack. rev. schmidt, pastor st. pter's evangelical reformed church officiated rites. pall bearers fire department. survived host friends community. hugh mcgarvey highly specialized profession "trouble shoot ers", persons developed talent know job thoroughly fast accurately. learned shooters" ministerial ranks. monday1 met m. a. burris, ace shooter" north east ohio conference ct methodist church, the, successor ryan pulpit church. probably very outsid6 of, pastorate burris yet. "mrs. keeping' him pretty busy house, entirely straightened moving. story attempt introduce rev.1 j born tuscarawas county,' wealth experience. an' author, lawyer, minister col-' lege professor, rey. contact great many people. -r& -ywrsre&tft e facilities ex october 1, 1937 sweepstakes winner ora van hahn, amherst, display honey ribbon, partial background fair. install oven bakery curtains peel, wooden shovel-like affair bakers use putting pans dough into re moving baked goods again. least, bakery. peel went discard dismanteling large uselfthere place large', massive makemaster, much smaller greater baking capacity older, larger one. increase accomplished design. inside designed along line paddle wheel river boats, except instead paddles huge shelves. freshly mixed shelves carried top, then bottom finally returned position where originally put oven. result installation saves hundred square feet floor space. fashion dictates girl's waistline shift season season, boys usually manage find it. introducing perience hands northeastern fit. work years rescuing weaker parishes otherwise discontinued. splendid record boast record! vick-ery, located, took contemplating closing built both financially. four there, beautiful parsonage bought full, house painted between $300 $400 improvements in- side left, $800 hand further such furnace stained glass windows. year 1936-37, vickery ranked third sow taken in. ..successful rescues dalton. almost $3,000 leas tha,n. 30 minutes ,pay off, debt ml: ne jshe: rs"i. received ribbon photo shows clovis wiseman killed accident wiseman, springfield, 111., instantly morning wbsn struck bridge enroute decateur, 111. son dr. w. anna cleveland. addition parents, son. brother r. jr., survives. zilch funeral' home. here. graduated leading football basketball squads. employed territorial manager gmac springfield. expect rush drivers' licenses minute expected today agencies handling certificates. sales yesterday far pace year. midnight deadline. 1,500 sold compared 2,200 year, report. schaeffer across mary wolfe egeland wall paper store. absolutely extension having license unable drive. service idea remove debt. told congregation promised dollars. one, parishioners pledged themselves part conducted 14 dalton 123 converted. following described rainiest stormiest 85 served mansfield ashley. spent youth boyhood tuscawaras county. hill called mount healthy. public schools furnished education. attended northern (university, wes-. leyan university, philadelphia normal harvard master arts greo 1910. study ot law practiced ton sandstone center world entrants win fair prizes rural territory surrounding lessons extremely if awards won i?ood basu nf judgement. brownhelm walked plenty big representation south henrietta winning prizes. exceptionally good excelled forestry. grange exhibit hickory tree depicted various activities principals. mother nature plays prank neighbors crombie, brownhelm, witnessed amazing spectacle unusual sight caused resulted cherry trees blossoming crombie yard. noticed blooms few. weekend, blossoms came full bloom. plentiful tree. leaves turning green buds. she expects continue most blos soms bore cherries summer, said. yard, rear others blossoming. crbmbies live fifth west store, formerly property. communion evancelical sunday pastor. 10:30 musical feature 7:30 gain experience sociology, economics, philosophy theology. graduating, turned preaching pastorates n churches 1921 ho university teacher. founded religious head 1923. dean interfered department, resigned ministry. five lecture platform, speaking patriotic subjects. 1928, offered saw fit rescue charges. ever since feels teaching university. working bis doctor degree tako .i bee" keeping list g exhibits receiv- poultry rabbits: brown-helm, donald baetz william kneisel b, henrietta, franklin bauman, engineering paul leimbach, wayne whyte, bernard reinert, bee keeping: frank herrmann, harry hall, haun, melvin kolbe, henry penton ernst, corn: gerald has-enpflug, plus, warren , flowers: forestry: s. rolli, maynard brucker, rudy gainok, nelson fazey, ralph ca-passo, elmer schacht, allsop, edwin krieg, joseph katona, ervin wragg slack, study: joe lach, pop a, alfred baxter, sayers, leuszler, potatoes: charles gess-ner, rope projects: kneisel, lawrence vegetables: herrmann walter burch, pippert, colts: kenneth brill angersbach, sheep: dwight miller, grab glory though. girls' 4-h club attracted interest. 300 cans 'fruit, 228 quarts vegetables 100 jams jellies. delicious looking specimens prepared clubs. club. elizabeth more, cora has- enpflug florence baetz. raymond bechtel girls advisor. project each girl 25 jars fruit. cook mother, too, shown fact 16, women's canning contest. otto knoble prize competition, pears string beans. women l. buchs daniel sixth prize. practically ralph. blackwell, klpton. captured sweepstake thing grabbed honors. benny edwards andrew supers, spotlight ' equestrian events thursday. supers 12 old. jousting tournament riders required spear through suspended above heads. event .potato race, successfully spearing (potatoes ground. again third. second doughnut eating contest edwards. am. herst tot .c5 la displays thero werip twq entered. 'cai lisle "won .tho pri barely 4oinjr .he .locara
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-10-01|
|Date of Original||1937-10-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-10-01 19 37|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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