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the amherst news-times volume xviii, number 32 friday, august 7, 1936 sandstone center of world our washington: news letter washington, 6 attention industrial leaders and poll-clans is directed this week toward a determination ground swell from factional quarrels within organized labor. emphasis given to labor legislation policies during last three years makes these current family fuedb an important matter with employers professional vote grabbing class. trained observers for pollticos have their stethoscopes applied ascertain trend murmurs trade unions. g. o. p. chieftains are watching repercussions latest landon deflining candidate's views regard collective bargaining other principles. democratic wheel-horses also wllistlng in dark there no reliable gauge measure defections unionists ranks when privacy balloting booth on election day. seasoned campaigners endeavored stiflle alarm among newcomers realm politics as actual voting sirength partisans point out vol-leagues that union talk glibly ability deliver each member particular candidates. unfortunately, extensive research into performances sections, local national, sows unionists, liko classes citizess, do not follow mandates self constituted bosses it comes exercise rights. about 48 million wage vearners majority which eligible cast ballot. less than 10 percent agiliated unions many could qualify, various reasons voter. then, too, workers coerced by economic necessity joining means holding job. resent soft snaps officials rebel against dictation private lives political views. factors sort figure heavily all efforts weigh tho real influence politically minded spokesmen. enactment restricting business practices taxation .provided sufficient problems keep federal enforcement agencies active what would otherwise be regarded dull season. robinson patman price discrimination bill, popularly labeled anti chain store measure, furnished innumerable questions will require months probably litigation answer. wide diversity opinions handed down lawyers confused management great distributing organizations they may legal way. commission, charged administrating law, has been little or help harassed puzzled merchants ana manufacturers. uncertainty congress really intended due primarily minute rush bill was enacted poor legislative drafting. small merchants, so called "independents" who were led believe new law lobbied through reluctant legislature immediately put competitors place them par corner grocery, still awaiting agency made clear thai intention ot writing rules regulations case must decided its merits. result policy flood baffled producers retail outlets changes merchandising methods necessary law. chances cloud hang over because amendments clarify ambiguous language demanded at next session. farm co operatives similar groups expected reap harvest greatly saddonjd learn give pre ferred status forms enterprise. firemen fight five hours subdue fire fought stubborn woods sunday afternoon, farms known sweet and- standen near foster park rd. burning flercly department arrived spreading rapidly. lack any water supply brooms. beat fire, after working had out, exception stumps. blazed again late night -burning- -monday-morning. considerable difficulty spread woods. smoke intense, eyes fighters, making difficult get to. aided extreme dryness weeds un derbush forth quickly parts one section burned out. condition improved mrs. b. h. ryan's somewhat improved, she able up short time recent visitors ryan home mr. frank week, pen-incula, belle krockicker, heathcote, south a'mherst. c. rush, son, kenneth, lagrange, spent several days atche home, where caring her mother. powers tells experiences f. r. premiere "anthony adverse" glorious affair. everyone said so, city newspaper group amherst' people present. carthay circle theatre, held, oc cupies space square houses. fronts narrow walk, order reach entrant theatre -san vincente blvd., go back width building. along block length promenade grandstand erected, since idea relation premieres, you sure attracted much attention. crowd grand stand eager, gay friendly one. why shouldn't "we been? we sit, promise df satisfactory view might pass beneath brilliantly lighted canopy; protected dangers ever present mob 1g.000 (the 50,-000) gathers, person possessed ol& singlo desire see movie alighted j cars stepped battled dollar no. 2 saturday came home. visiting two weeks. he saturday, 1st. 2, like his brother 1, genuine united states ticket attached signatures received it. six circulation amherst. cooperation both banks. here's trip took. bank went farmers' elevator co. july 24th. four calls 25th, m. drechs-ler, art leutz, earl rockwood, webster pharmacy. then on- 26th walter schultz clyde donnelly. baetz dairy got 27th, w. j. bodmann & "the 29th, wayker 1st august, william oskim, same latter returned redeemed $1.10. strange seem, but second hands first instances. schultz, walker wm. oskim appear both. more bills somewhere. return, sent town usually stay, never return again. if away expect should readers receive ask sign name upon make purchase. microphone, tell waiting "how glad i am here" on, t'would better far some just "hello." very brilliant, , shining stars. '"enchanted" area literally alive officers community under quarantine certain spot, stay there, unless permission otherwise. eight o'clock, darkness fallen, pageant began. loud speakers warmed up, orchestra leader action, rays multitudo movable lights, crossed recrossed, changing sky dome violet light. ten minutes big limousino eased curb uniformed attendant opened door, above music rose voice announcer: "i bring microphone " star arrived. tlioy now, announced comer separated himself entrance began walk paving washington-st opposed opposition washington st. wpa pro ject developed council meet ing tuesday night. property owners object payment owners' share cost. rererred committee consist councilman resident street determine objections can ironed street's pavement be-20 feewwisr; plans carried reduces cost $1.30 front foot, according tom laundon, engineer. petitions presented forest streets, secured projects developed. crownhill cemetery come completion, plana. stone railing crownhill-ave approach cemetery, road around section, seeding part included plans. officiates funeral rev. officiated service amelia adams, oberlin, died daughter, nel gott. burial -was la-grange cemetery. canopied promenade, leaned forward hushed expectancy. photographers flashlight pistols, zeal they'd stop prominent courteous "please hold it" oliva havilland, anthony's arfgela. obliged ambitious photographer posslng picture stand. joe penner, found confronted man camera, started "acting up," fans howled delight. passing onto few thoughts sped thru my mind sat gazing saw night, "what gorgeous gowns women wearing ; beautiful hair, such bright shades gold red. ruth roland, she's older am, hair used brown red now. can't blame doing things themselves moro attractive. lived here i'd freddie bartholomew's adorable english suit arm aunt milllcents waist; isn't myrna loy lovely? looks 1500 day crystal wednesday 800 attendance picnic third annual eagles lodge e., held sunday, brand't park, wfth bingo, dancing social enjoyed all. neighborhood-eries. committee, . aerie 1442, wish thank lumber company, lersch grocery use trucks, men donations others helped success. contests races course winners fol lows: anna mudrick, cathrine brown, junior hornyak, burlin levin, jerry smith, truecello, george mary ellen mcdermont, gerald gormely, mccann, delzeth, mrs roy delfing, e. lahiff, hugh thomkins, moebuis, phil ip braun family, martin ttjuek. trucello, franklin, betty fackler, edmund robert short, marvin. village seeks garbage looking collector. gust bischof. collector past years, resigned bischoff complained depositing broken glass, bottles rubbish cans, disposal difficult. determined corrected. remarked empty yard finds glass container. "that's only way going teach 'garbage pail for," councilman. charge i. humphrey, chiropractor, chiropractic exhibit hall progress lakes exposition cleveland, !uh. human, how proud her, husband seems be; frances langford nice tonight, 1 guess mouth closed goes reed, announcer missed him jack benny livingston, jack's quite grey, peeved something. oh, pat o'brien throwing kiss us, wife charming fredric march doesn't move cheerfully considering honor holds tonight; tired irving thalberg norman shearer", young fresh school girl thal-bergs director mervln leroy wife, doris actresses gloriously slender irene dunne chiffon, smiling waving hand herbert marshall ad gloria swan-son. understand ho sees dick powell mustache, joan blondell flowered chiffon gown james stowart virginia bruce thought jimmy's eleanor cary grant brian seem happy. he's taking draw him, continued page cloudy skies failed dampen enthusiasm picnic. before bus scheduled leave gathered hall, carry park. loaded, 63 crowding it, dispatched amherst, likewise, crowds anxious defy possible rain, biggest picnics years. early busses needed convey morning long gathering, here. committeemen kept toes returning. results 100 yd. dash, 16 21; fuhrman, 2nd, kriege edward lach, 3rd, nile hill, 4 th, clarence blackman. 50 boys 12: 1st, hugo truscello, arthur drakls, john kapucinski. girls' 12, helen novak, gladys stang. 12 16: jean poor, kapucinski, 4th, delll-fleld. girls alice mcdermott christina davis, ida truscello. 21: sharp, eli radovic, glenn blackford, albert braun. ladies' ball contest: amllda manke, beverly bruce, marquis, baloon breaking abraham, mike attie, anthony piwlnski, mccann. clothes pin mathes, steck, lee womack, mudrich. shortest farmer: ruth, burk, harley franklin. bean carrying clydo donnlely, fred holzhauer, moebius. egg contest; truscello donald 2nd. eleanor1 lesco, llrs. berger elmer maloney, uusi mathes gene poor. necktie 1st,, alfred rolli, blackford. cigarett berger, mori, largest present: c philip braun, gambish. oldest lady sheffler, hattle sanders, dan baker, mahkorn. alexander tait, bauer, younglass, louis youngest baby boy. jerome schacht, son schacht. girl: first, elaine jane, daughter bartlome, delores joseph sposato. most recently married couple: conrad zilch. tallest byrd rich mond, stanley wangerine, harold van wagner. vents piano recital peter's. 7 jr. walther league meeting. s johnson post 9 game, com roast knights pythlans. 11 holy society. ladles aid con gregatlonal church. gave rain afternoon shortly sporting events started. drizzle didn't bother much. falling fast enough those participating pretty well soaked. tne however, until every finished, although end participated, entering. experienced getting contestants program, coaxing brought event spite rain. attended variously estimated, seemed close agreed reople. sidelights many. contest donnelly right lines onlookers, between machines, across roller coaster dropped straw. holzhauer contest. following someone remarked, "usually talks lot la considered winded, consider winded?" reporter hear hit dr. schaef-fer. "doc." helping blow baloons time. deflated lungs gasping air, sock back, recovered composure, everything continued. events' program finding couple. raining hard scattered sheltered places. repeat-appeals response. almost default remembered zilch married, being chairman want enter "this people, men," said, knew members declared winner. ludwlg thomas official announcer. half wind assistant call huge megaphone supplied him. line dilficulty keeping line. rides wore capacity throughout afternoon. special prices wero offered adult tickets cents, while children's 25 cents. hues tholr turn different amusements. danco full quota dancers especially sought places oscar klinonmeler, beaver court, par- onts born jliome friday morning.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-08-07|
|Date of Original||1936-08-07|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-08-07 18 32|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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