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news-t! volume xx, number 40 friday, october 14, 1938 sandstone center of the world amhers micro '0 9 our washington! i news letter 2 contrary to popular assumption, high government officials arc-not particularly impressed with munich peace pact as a stabilizing influenco on affairs. ostensibly breathing easier let-down from emotional strain incident averting war, officialdom has taken proper cognizance president's recent comment about guarding nation foreign spy systems. in past, visitors overseas have been surprised at free and easy manner which military naval information is made available. mr. roosevelt's talk expected result tightening regulations regarding national defense. just what technique will be adopted not besn determined, but curiou3 folks poking around arsenals armament factories candid cameras soon feel ban along gossipy employees. affairs series headllners, tho politicians .have fared well bidding for public eye tar. it was something shock pollticos themselves shunted into third place or totally ignored many areas. tub-thumpers political arena look askance any diversions lessen effectiveness their campaigns office. election day approaches baffling awaken voting seeming fepathy. there reason believe that sensational aspects primaries, democratic "purge" involving no less personality than president united states, actually stole thunder final elections. if drama missing balloting, mighty hard tthe precinct workers gauge trend sentiment, except closely contested matters. unless party machines are functioning perfectly likely balloting light most regions pennsylvania notable exception. deadline wage hour act approaches, thou- csands employers uncertain its effect enterprises. fragmentary emanating administrator's office indicate disposition leave question definitions courts. so legal pitfalls new statute administrative agencies inclined stall vital issues until congress can bo asked clarify, by amendments, next winter. law, drawn, undoubtedly presents tremendous difficulties agencies. such time legislative amendments dlsspell fog, employees must, after 24, paid minimum 25 cents an end employed excess 44 hours week without l.ayment overtime rate one one-half times regular rt.te. who arbitrarily attempt state whether business included excluded playing with, dynamite law carries drastic pen-cities. officially estimated 250,000 substandard industries receive pay increases date effect. town this week: hearing economic committee delayed elections; john l. lewis said privately his cronies gallup poll showing green, a.p. o leader, twice people antipathy voters toward candidates bearing c.i.o. label; speculation roosevelt relenting closing days campaign throw lifeline speech some dealer, especially governor murphy senator duffy wisconsin; probability heavy appropriations aircraft because general belief german war pfanes turned european poltcies more immense navies powerful land forces concern over impas3e railway negotiations. lay plans homecoming meeting representatives all groups amherst. south amherst brownhelm meet tonight (thursday) hall preliminary plant; lor observance 125th anniversary village. letters sent organizations three villages pointed out these may missed. organization did they pfcked representative present. permanent officers b e elected outlined tonight's meeting. first issue ot record edition record, student publication year, came off presses tuesday. filled school activities, also several humorous columns where secrets lively students exposed. editorials literary efforts share attention while those fingers activities spotlight. alumni another feature. ruth fleckner editor-in-chief assisted betty ehlert, ralph holzhauer dorothy raesler. margie lawrence editor; esther sprenger, clarence gerber, sports braun, exchange jack wilhelm, art harry dietz, marilyn pietch, roth pat gammons, feature writers; laurabelle bahl, james dellefield, william dean, wesbecher edwin foster, reporters. june draga henry edwards ere proof readers alma masters, rosemary radde agnes schmitz typists. edna lehman manager ehrman, smith, schulz, baus elaine bruce. maurice paton circulation manager. he doris miller, gerald schroeder, mildred kaser ruth. future farmers organize boys agricultural department recently organized club there. activity weiner roast held last thursday- night. members file faculty were guests. 47 present gala outing. love, president; knei-sel, vice kenneth brill, watch dog, wayne leiihbach reporter. telling you recreation mrs. f. r. powers began when little mother, weary precious duties accruing beautiful estate, said, day: "i wish someone could train children how play." doubt mother every generation same remark. it's glory happiness concerned overheard her distress alert energetic knows bright tomorrow country depends upon girls men women deal fair play possessed ability get fellow creatures. wise person had heard busy mother's remark passed other interested people, together decided why village, live city, couldn't enjoy advantages supervised play. thus summer playground work begun, everyone knows, proved success even experimental stage. getting ready girls, under miss selma warkentin, lie past tions tommorrow (friday). t6p left shows foihis display; top right, robert griffin examining chicken lower left, bernadine donnelly selecting canned fruit; ing apples display. crash victim known local residents shocked hear tragic death max welton. grafton, occurred tuesday near wooster truck driving overturned pinned beneath trailer. welton worked wpa paving projects here year .father foreman jobs. young ran l.oister projects. complete east street project east-st completed within week. yesterday applying hot mix top, step process. already started crosse-st paving. loward summer, thoughts instinctively turn houses order barren months ahead, remember darkness falls early winter's evening; youth impatient must served. hurtful memory too fine faces haunting corners nothing better do. old schoolhouse town's citziens world, versed book learning. vacant ideally located, very heart ladies kindly gave mo my story today modest, i'll hazard guess dulmage emil trail-breakers glorious program now embarked upon. howsoever be, persons enough matter want see come it, continued page class, carl deeds, instructor, home economics capt. stough give dollars namesake captain lafayette belipves ho daughter-in-law prettiest names agoing. course daughter-in-law's alta-belle. fact thinks good boy named girl alta-bclle each silver dollars. class visited w. e. love's farm tues. field trip teacher, deeds. brownhelm. dairy cow selection judging using ring ilolstein.s. looked electric milk cooling equipment. oberlin sat. observed oberlln college saturday. features football game between yeomen hamilton dance evening. visits classrooms laboratories occupy time-. scholarship tests riven. k-'her sprenger take english test itaesh'i-., mathematics lest. bruce visit uruce, southern california university, spent vicinity during wcok, visiting anna allsop, amherst, friends. squad saturday defeated ohio state. couple weeks making prepara gerber corn richard select pta iss biuns lois binns, loraln-co proration officer, monday night niach probation group year. she examples cases investigated stated half due broken 'lomes environment. session, partial report play, "the womanless wedding" association sponsored, given. 11 bellevefi $125 cleared. voted donate $5 f.cout troop. arthur engle delegate convention columbus nov. 3 4. others appearing on' edward kiefer, special instrumental teachers school, offered violin solos. accompanied daughter elizabeth. devotionals singing led rev. m. a. hayes. rotary mass. g. nord, returned through east, told various clubs monday. especial interest following nord's remark's, administration given (by van wagnen, lorain, nya director lorain-co. friday hold 7 p. u. s. automatic co. board, directors follow 8 affair entries pouring everything practically and- become annual community event. fall being sponsored jointly household arts departments school. both deeds advisors, point exhibit prize specimens. find trace 01 mar m uana ci evidence marijuana cigarettes sold am-heist found che news-times despite stories wctu elyria reported rale underway klyria. reports "peddling" cigarettes. mayor c. cooper patrolman earl white hadn't charges. here, would run officer urged anyone knowledge sale let olflcials know immediately. declared bhould rather wait them up meetings. k. jenne, union, anything con' ducted union discussed 'action against ihe specific places mentioned. knew supposed sales. however, doth village authorities going investigate. site post ofiice chosen announced conrad zilch property park-av pur chased built l.ere. allotted $70,-000 erection building. cost $gio(0. possible sites wore tlie investigator checking offers. undertaking establishment razed make way building oldest having occupied years late judge horace redlngton. current rumors, planning move town. funeral moved suitable found. added communication received contained mention possession property. coat paint took advantage store fronts painted. among mary jane theatre, ehrman's barber shop, frank mischka's meat market, inn bakery. marquee naba-kowskl paint. redecorating exterior lorain-co savings trust ialr confined echool, stated, entire community. living dls-1 1 eligible compete prizes. prizes, nearly nre valuable merchandise awards, donated am herst men. exhibits vegetables fruits goods sewing. pie cake baking contests domestic science rooms quilts, knitting, crocheting embroidery will-be display room. scattered throughout plenty fun entertainment everyone, sponsors declare. beauty show bee two entertfainments gym. comic style boxing bouts attractions. balcony lined concession stands sorts goodies sold. fish ponds, souvenir stands, junior pantomine minstrelettes. 2:30 friday. open 3:30 5 6 competent judges secured jud"gtw"exhrb"lts'"lhi --r;!--i revealed arrives. -will qualified line. attracting considerable pot show. type cat, pony, animals entered. only restriction event able your pet winners poster contest wa3 conducted connection first, roth; second, third, soris. hit leaving bus thelma baxter, pupil struck down automobile got front lecovering edison highway. car driven ida coffland. teacher. tiaveling coffland west. ' patrolmen brought cooper's court bound grand jury $200 bond. schroeder bus. accident cne mile whlskey-ville. turkey dinner served st. joseph's altar rosary society. monthly fr. ii. smith spoke group. hostesses monday's kate lawless, michael, mertz, george menz, mccann, ed maguire mabel mcdermott. 7. entertain circle n. hoarn, elyria, wilt hostess congregational church afternoon. j
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-10-14|
|Date of Original||1938-10-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-10-14 20 40|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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