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amherst news-times i 4 s friday, november 5, 1937 our washington: news letter washington, nov. 2 masterminds among the politicians are giving serious thought this week to analyses ot election returns in various states and municipalities where local contests were staged. they endeavoring read handwriting on ihe wall "off-year" balloting as it may relate general elections 1938 presidential battle 1940. actually, seers politlcos will be engaged wishful-thinking scrutinize direction of voting hopes measuring public attitudes toward current national problems. evaluation new york mayoralty poll a few state offer little working material for political pattern which could designed interest entire country. you observe from blasts postelection statements that careful confine their emphasis predisposing incidents play down or ignore real disturbing factors. though congress not convene fortnight, leaders returning town purpose taking inventory oiling legislative machinery. there so many rifts lute harmony seems out question. differences over agri cultural labor .regulation easily bridged by patchwork patterns. write cuff farmers an unusually important role framing legislation confining attention vital farm production plan. indeed is definitely established dwellers rural sections have somewhat belatedly awakened implications pending standards bill. proponents compulsory regulation wages hours are,, rightfully alarmed reports reach them cannot see way clear accept law would eventually impose minimum work 40 cents hour. proposed exemptions class workers regarded with same skepticism because trade unions making such headway organizing creameries other outlets products well unionizing laborers larger farms. immediate effect federal stand- dards act, reckoned groups, has do competition workers. argument advanced some degree plausibility $16 per five day eight wean seven far excess ' maximum fixed governmental edict industry commerce. according organized agricultural groups wage hour bill set up rivalry between more damaging situation than relief agencies forced operating pay higher plant, cultivate harvest crops. while been talk all want enacted without delay, lawmakers having contacts wtih these outfits say privately enthusiasm particular measure diminished inter-family quarrels increased mem. bershlp swell incomes enthusiastic. prospects rank file unorganized less willing union dues if had practically carrying gurantee living wago reasonable hours. course, factors involved make attractive now spring when administration sponsored it. parliamentary regard n g controversial item complicated dare predict fate variously reported pressure converted at least four opponents who held black connery house rules committee. betting "favors he greatly amended soften opposition from1 southern congres-steaal ctotogatlom. re-elect south head mayor henry garland majority village office holders re-elected tuesday's election. defeated albert schnel der, 131 98. clerk harold all- sop treasurer a. w. thompson unopposed. john duncan, fazey, n. g. townsend ferdinand mos-er seats council. robert allsop fred bartlome sit them. j-6 harry brucker mrs. alfred rol-11 james m. p. nichol given board education. also supported lewis merchant r. h. leonard long term township trustee. levy support hospital received favorable s. amherst, 165 95. vote: schneider 78 210 : 208 marshall r, johnson 139 frank powers 82 council duncan 162 159 fazey 152 143 moser 134 moore 119 b. lantz 97 gentile 47 education 187 roll! nicol 115 c. e. heussner 96 76 andrew f. supers 71 co. bd. 1?. maspn schmittgen 108 love 99 tragedy takes lives oi boy father one most tragic accidents year occurred late saturday afternoon man his old son run instantly killed intoxicated driver. zachour george, resident until months ago, son, jimmy, homo visit neighbor shortly after 5 m: snuffed ow,; front yard. driver death car was herbert buchannan, 40, tuesday pleaded guilty charges second manslaughter drawn county prosecutor howard butler. bound grand jury justice preston l. coon. bond ?5,000. signed statement, buchan-nan declared, "i drunk time. very foolish me try anything else." last rites victims double nativity church rev. fr. leo steiger officiating. george lived since coming america syria about 25 years ago. survived wife, jennie; three children, theresa, 8, victoria, 7, alfred, 3; brother, abraham cleveland. man, women accident tues. woman wero added list traffic deaths lor-aln-co following rt. 69, two miles east birmingham morning. charles sternberg, tiffin, thomas fox severely injured died wednesday truck trailer belonging norwalk" lines; hit the' side newly constructed bridge bottom how'd'k hill. traiier jack-knifed, swinging into road. noon club asks y. beautify property hat asked request central railroad around station. unsightly approach tic ket station, either steps roadway, growing weeds face maple-av specifically mentioned club. drive leads sta tion slag drive, going sharp hill part curb sidewalk washed out, shown photograph above. leading station look like never coat paint, helghth railing both sides, creat ing appearance. frontage, extend- here's how voted candidate 1 cooper 160 schaeffer 144 roberston 116 miller 178 kuss .-. -163 roemer 126 mays 186 braun 85 mcqueen 189 sabiers 170 flnnegan 153 menz 135 brown 133 kane j wohlever 136 battenhouse fleckner 129 schriner 117 118 lawless 94 affaip zilch 166 kaser 140 tolhurst 113 barber van keuren jones 88 school wragg 155 maxwell 167 122 penton bauer 86 cox 98 twp. trustee (short) 200 (long) neal ludwig - 132 constable ed 205 earl white einwachter 193 against 87 went call friend found her tho cellar, sorting clothes night soaking. fire un der shiny water heater turned high. sniffed appreciatively. "what smells good here?" inquired. my snatched sock pile light colored shorts pajamas. "those pesky socks," she muttered; "one slid tub lng entire, length street, weed-covered, creating disagreeable scene residents street. 3 .... amh. tl't .186 213 746 157 92 124 517 , 577 163 164 637 169 667 101 542 209 184 748 114 93 128 420 188 226 803 161 156 675 180 698 172 604 590 120 138 660 536 130 121 607 149 492 107 490 145 90 105 458 89 427 641 146 175 544 639 473 110 415 177 198 31 ,730 182 174 31. 718 148 30 695 100 463 75 22 442 79 137 16 431 234 191 -242 103 216 1186 171 80 829 190 57 197 922 49 767 259 239 1003 69 831 62 711 127 111 37 600 248 1064 55 95 508 autumn memories tall shirt awhile i'm still meeting purplish stains, bleach will." "yes, happens best families," answered, "but needn't tell now, know what is." "tell what?" asked, looking first time arrival. "that smell it's " can't but burning off its newness," rather impatiently thought. post group honors feilow worker harmon bceslng, veteran postal employee retired saturday, honored fellow employees surprise party friday hall. supper served 7 o'clock legion auxiliary start oft program. meal, lantern slides bhown walter frederick. postmaster stlwald presented beeslng chair, gift employees. social enjoyed cards played. guests included stlwald, ex-postmaster foster, mr. lelmbach, kreuok, herman short, delner, milton hut-ton, frederick, hugh flnnegan, merrill walker, kreeger. martin, pumphrey, christ krleg guest, beeslng. birthday greetings born november? apparently people whose birthdays fall eleventh month year. least, aro listed book. nine days no listed. perhaps your falls days. why send name in. don't havo wait birthday. just faml ly friends. each entered proper place book published column' rolls around. now? number members enjoy within next smallest started. missed? so, let us know. go to: thursday, j. barckert edward mcguire 6 luella early maynard sunday, ludolph kreeger, jr. monday, oct. 8 gerald gormley mary bungart 11 clayton boehringer plan program v anniversary plans observance 64th k p lodge made monday night. celebration 22. dinner 6:30 evening's chancellor dustin youngstown promised attend officials lorain county. p's pythian sisters take festivity. "that's heater!" cried joyfully. "it girl." didn't stop explain friend, hardly seemed mood listening remlnls-censes, penetrating odor merrily new, finish covering warm sweet memory lay tupked away corner mind. cold sun, lost summer's warmth, shining sandstone center world m republican victory highest largest majorities years. capturing precincts, big margins, present rolled total 747 votes compared dr. schaeffer, democratic standard bearer. wpa projects attempt derive much benefit possible administration, councilmen invite woodhlll-dr, middle-st cross-st representatives st. peter's evangelical order get project approved, must amount ? 20,000. time, only east-st paving job list. does enough justify approval hope combine projects. discussed possibility woodhlll-dr putting sewer crassest pavement elyria-av church-st main-st lowered pwa possible. mathes, superintendent disposal trip convention cin-nati. informed year, operators plants license under control department health. nothing heard cemetery trustees brought prices erection fence cleveland-st matter tabled meeting. buy concrete mix er using tor $300. owes $200 use figured purchase price. authority close deal. engineer tom laundon requested ton stone gutter crownhill cemetery. necessary stone. agreed terms telephone police calls. $60 month. bus hearing again postponed; oft-postponed petition lake erie stages inc. busses through enroute postponed. today (thursday) postponed tuesday, word ross awwiller, manager petitioning company. being contested shore coach holds franchise lorain. petition, awwiller's plea backed prominent business men official amherst. continued date hall open public. interested persons secure bettor service. sky home friend's gave myself remembering, remembering came once regu larly thanksgiving mas, uncle charlie base bur ner. always dad's "sunday off" appeared morning, bearing certain tools used day's work. somehow, feel thorn look- page half mill sup- port re ceived vote, precincts here final tally levy. needed 65 cent pass 67.8 cent. heavy vote swept almost complete ticket cooper. republicans another took vacant seats. democrat gain seat gop places pub lic affairs. escaped positions. kuss, treasurer, margin 125 votes. william 60 swamped phil 328 mcqueen, sabiers, elected alvin, brown, republican, republi cans topped sixth place, 24 ahead paul wohlever. conrad jay d. affairs art place. sam successful seeking re-election. iona werner cox. president board. trustee, replacing leonard. unopposed short complimentary mays, candidates constable. carl fourth candidate. honor beesing beesing, mall carrier, men's association traveling kit key case wallet. thanked donors gift, said al- ways remember kindness men. decorations christmas season dis cussed. merchants expressed desire change usual form decorations, zilch, member affairs, sufficient posts connect; wires change. committee consisting bui bodmann, bob berk, holzhauer appointed meet something developed. association, advertising lee menz, mlschka, duly schultz, o. baker frank. uniform holidays. team feted ....the annual banquet high football evening, nor. 16. student affair intend noted sports tm principal speaker. 0 ml
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-11-05|
|Date of Original||1937-11-05|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-11-05 19 42|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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