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amherst news-times a? r 1 s volume xix, number our washington; news letter washington, october 13 diplomats, military officials and politicians are searching diligently for true signs as to the president's motives in his sensational entrance into international affairs, which had such world-wide repercussions. politically-minded would welcome a special congressional session no other reason than prpvoke debate clarify haze now surrounds whole affair. some skeptics of opinion that taking lead present friction was a' smart gesture designed take people's minds off black scandal embarrassing domestic 'issues, plague administration at this time. others insist it is well considered program destined assure peace abroad without involving country war. if congress summoned next month an extraordinary session, intimated, then militarists groups will have springboard project their propaganda. boycott angle has been emphasized week by american federation labor. policy forbidding trade with certain nations undoubtedly strike hard industries sizeable foreign market. unemployment question mean factor when suppliers raw materials .finished products munitions affected blacklisting plan. powerful group senators who devoted years study neutrality spent plenty taxpayers' money direction probably make welkin ring oratory. state department prefer away while they handle delicate work conferences. secretary agriculture wallace experiencing difficulty selling ever-normal granary idea calculated "the maximum security balanced abundance both consumers farmers." farm legislation first order business under pre-adjourn-ment agreement, easy sailing expectations not likely be realized. ground-swell sentiment measured confidential reports from various farming sections indicate divided opinion. representatives say privately farmers west think entirely different light fellows south east. processing taxes cotton definitely books, but features agricultural legislative uncertain. story going rounds forthcoming tour senate committee authorized conduct hearings t o ascertain views studded wire-pulling stunts. 'allegation made agents interested convincing public demand schemes coaching important witnesses on proper answers. fine rumpus prospect gruff fighting senator smith carolina, chairman committee, gets wind these alleged tactics. obliged alter course modify original program, arises how far he switch emergency. despite best efforts subordinate political aspects appointment mr. justice attention still concentrated doings highest tribunal settles down routine. several cases publicly expressed personal convictions legislator pending certainty many attorneys ask him step aside during adjudication period. government itself seeking clarification national labor relations act. black's position regarding utilities new deal known. appeals awaiting ruling supreme court, whether jurist voluntarily refrain participation proceedings bias noted something puzzling legal profession politicians. 39 hallowe'en celebration plans annual hoi-lowe'en sponsored men's association were formulated meeting commlttoe tuesday night. date fun feat set thursday night, 28. men urge you reserve because planning thib year's affair ever. least one feature added. all merchants urged decorate windows keeping season. prizes $6, $3 $1 offered windows. parade, annually biggest celebration, bo led year german band. pour full being lined up appropriately garbed. after play dancing. just where dance held announced yet. four divisions most comically dressed man, woman, child couple. awards ?3, 2 given winners. big evening planned more details week. do a, birthday soon? have, why sit right write note or stop tell us time town. telephone. 471. don't wait until your near. send birthdays family entered book roll around. greetings go to: thursday, oct. 14 jennie jaeger c. e. cooper myrtle wohlever friday, ib marie lange james carter richard griffin robert saturday, 16 short clarence schroeder maurice ward monday, 18 frances saebiers mrs. mildred hutton tuesday, 19 john dudash wednesday, 20 bertha zilleyeth 21 walter angersbach, jr. martin george diess enroute n. carolina diess, ten- ney-av, left morning trip through south. expect great smoky mountain park ashville, north natural bridge virginia over sky line drive way home. gone about accompanied paul flllo elyria. attend dairy show wayne lelmbach gerald hasenpflug, brownhelm, attended columbus earned winning rope splicing contests conducted lor-aln-co 4-h clubs. may promoted relnhardt, employed statlcr ho- tel cleveland, consid ered promotion. goes through, sent hotel pennsylvania york city. relnhardt auditor i station beautifully decorated section altar evangelical church, occasion hundreth anni versary congregation, celebrated last sunday. dec oration composed fall flowers, fruit leaves, conrad zilch. bar v. president j. smythe, attorney, recently elected vice-presl dent association. legion posts plan join installation elmer johnson post eight county joint officers 25. uhr, cleveland commander, stalling officer. ceremony part lorain, oberlin, .am herst, wellington avon lake. lcfcal pumper firemen's parade old hand owned local fire appear ed convention lakewood friday. pictures tak en contrast between modern engine department. iwo pieces equipment purchased bought ago. firemen marched henry gordon, a. g. stiwald, wm. miller barrib. wives. f. r. poyers october, eighth so-called romulus. became tenth numa changed beginning .the january first. roman greek festivals month, remarkable sacrifice rome horse god mars. what brilliant splashing color has! it's way, months come we can look back upon nothing somber greys browns, nature's winter garb thoughts brightened memory october's painted horizons. among otjber charms holds variety tantalizing scents. smell dry leaves burning, pungent troma ot 15, two youths navy tests bulkley ohio today following those pro liminary examination annapo lis nov. 6 competing appointments disposal 1938: borman, 2, william h. krueck, 1, amherst, ohio. jjoth jwill cleveland. there 81 applicants vacancies united states naval academy successful preliminary ex aminations select youths, principals six al ternates, permitted qualify entrance. prin cipal three alternates named each appointment, opportunity quality appoint ment should principal fail. democrats hold fish fry wednesday election day only little weeks away, campaign get underway rally combined forces democratic women. night odd hall. invited candidates present. maxwell hostess au courant club i. entertain.ed members her home evening. occupied reelected. nelson pippert, president, maxwell, secretary-treasurer. meetings also completed. helen baker, entertain weeks. regular so. rooms friday aro attend. pot pourri walnut juice stocky hard-beaded marigolds. sweet cider, subtle scent distilled apple blossoms imprisoned its harvesttlme fragrance. here exotic taste perfumer. too earthy them. wouldn't grand tho, could bottle smells uncork them will, like mother's jar of, rose leaves? rollicking youngsters nestle piles dried leap forth unsuspecting passersby; pumpkin pies, frosted whipped cream, begin party menus. so "sing song seasons, bright " . perhaps weren't intimately associated group, 1937 large crowds church anniversary ser vices 100th late branches fruit. bishop s. p. spreng, napervllle, 111., spoke afternoon services charge pastor, rev. m. hayes. dr. l. allen, fremont, district superintendent, service informal. music rendered choir, orchestra, mixed quartet vocal instrumental numbers. assisting were: victor petersen emmanuel lorain; pferrer, pastor brownhelm ridge charge; ludwig, toledo; thomas williams, past congregational church. reminiscences visiting ors, friends nfternoon closed fest selth, bus petition heard thurs. continua tion hearing lake erie southern stages, inc. route amherst. town hall here. testimony ready people representing organizations favoring petition. opposed shore coach co. franchise lorain. granted, direct connection wellington, ashland, cities increased paving nearly completed ah concrete poured washington-st laying curbstone now. oxpect curbing laid tuesday. street finished, extend sewer sipple allotment trunk lino end corporation. staged senior league masquerade st. peter's reformed melvin schroeder, elyria-twp. requested meet 7 junior walther paul's lutheran counted passing ove'r it, truth remains nevertheless, summer's ending marked twentieth organization club. girls, them, met ia baker's parlor sprightllest suggested "au-courant" (up-to-date) clubname, every accepted alacrity. girls lived faithfully name goodly years. now? we'll hastily draw curtain scene wherein daughter charter expresses unfeigned surprise learning mother french expression meaning, "up-to-date." generation sandstone center woi "new education" igj ni tt ., f .1 n ill riaij-i minnntir nirrnr rnn crnnni h r.prs riji ri'f- ivirs. iv. rvaser urrnur ncri uirn nrp nnnr schultz, treasurer. w air za ktirno noir - tion. comets good rating sportsm'nship high followers rate comes sportsmanship football games basketball, officials' rat ing shows. 1.0 football, possible, basketball 1.4 rating, fifth bracket. record northern ratings 1.1 basketball. school are: vermilion, 1.3; medina 1.2; london 1.7 1.8. clearview did 1.2 contest, official rates schools points: coach; authorities; crowd; team. basis excellent; two, good; three, average; four, poor; five, very poor. add up, sending again give teams vicinity finds best, henrietta 1.3, 1.5 camden 1.7. columbia, belden, brighton ridgeville, perfect records, schools. daughters scotland attending meeting, jessamine lodge duncan president; agnes henry, deputy; millie hull, vice kath-ryn burnett, chaplain; gallagher, recording secretary; jean bain, financial innes, treasurer; margaret conductor; nellie bren-nen, assistant lillian short, inside guard; mary mc-cann, outside guard. annie garrie, elizabeth gammie, berlin heights, anna mollision, chaplain. card tables play. substitutes almost everything except sleep. remember longest world war, bit you'll recall talent minstrel gave audi torium turbulent days. ran nights, pack lag doors, said done, turned hun dred dollars chapter red cross. all, twenty cherished, isn't it? 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"nonl" mathes watching neighbor lady darn socks. use my maybe china egg guess continued page tnr tii 1. ft niinirnrin m urirn npw nil -. uics ucu. vjliici uiiilcis wci vira. wn rpr ivii irr sprrrrarv mi nnotrvr nt tr u athnniar rmirr nri kt f7j nr.j rrittifivim irnm tno spnnn th schools, result narvesi oi crime ana mternauona mad dogs. burris pointed out mc guffey's reader taught obe ,j , ii 3i social responsibility. education. educa im tytr 111 ntlnn 11 motive, unless knowledg ikiiu r: ti 41.1111 iiuwr-.i win un iih f?no ir 4 nwill j nra tvinr n)nnn(nn muni avtnn don former iripnla nf nnwor ledltfl romo tn forma inot ...141. j1 richteoilrnprr. hrnthprrinn! foundation life. filan va rvin mim aah tllllanrll v tatlrl nlnnnan wtl ,1 v.tn 4..n lulo juol ullu naulm iln 11.1 studies, find hnt fnr tlmo nao. wl 3 uuu jl clikiuud iciillkl uh tonnh ll ooo l cm ct crwitfa buivea. me bcuooi neglecting religious moral pupils ine laea tnnr thpan rin tint rnnnr ior mucn tuat tnev neeiant bnt.li morals religion meet- electrical scoreboard mo (loouuiuiiuu iubl erv en. board in- aaia dasketball year. elec- icu ueicgiiic iu uie staie conven iue remainder consisted musical numbers including songs srado solos clarinet sammy truscello. gram dooks ror distributed. nativity sponsor weekend bazaar parish am- tis..nt .1... r-. sunday meals served awarded. vited fellowship supper uaaies uime society congregation families 6. tonight (thura. day). joyed brown oberlin. guest speaker. young iously waiting return :
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-10-15|
|Date of Original||1937-10-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-10-15 19 39|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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