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r." the amherst news-times volume xviii, number 36 friday, september 4, 1936 sandstone center of world j our ' washington f news letter washington, 3 observance labor day has a deeper significance to politicians than in other years. f'ormerly parades and mass meetings were strictly trade unionist affairs with little political hue about them. next monday will witness open avowed participation groups realm party warfare. powerful cliques working for re-election president roosevelt have their big moments on this holiday only few minor distractions sponsored by union leaders who been enlisted under republican banners. veteran democratic chieftains are alarmed at dominant trsnd within because it may lead militant ticket 1940. cleavage organized movement is one bright spot along sector as forecasts inability present solid front polls. whenever governmental agencies appear reluctant utilize vast power conferred bj congress ional edict, always source wonder. bureaucracy notoriously disposed take unto itself mile when given an inch authority regulate. yet department federal commission, beneficiaries ol legislative largesse, shy unwilling try out" wings enforcement two outstanding monuments anti-business lawmaking. true they going through motions obeying mandate but slowly hesitatingly. these not all satisfied heal-ey-walsh act, dealing government contracts regulation of' conditions, or rob-inson-patman price discrimination law which was rushed a' haphazard fashion. would bo folly expect that confusing patchwork contradictions now plagues best legal minds sufficient encourage repeal. contrary, be before seeking revision end extending rigid control over industries harmonizing compliance states. solons back bill pleased brain-child emerged from incubator. legislator carrying active propaganda proposed amendments primarily designed wipd out chain ptores systems. defects contract statute so glaring finds well nigh impossible obtain co-operation, purchasing agencies. wholesome effect uncertainty what btatutes really mean voluntary study practices presumably coming scope poorly drafted measures. nomination senator pat harrison, mississippi, his case equivalent election,, revives interest taxation. again head senate finance committee election cannot possibly unhorse majority upper house. despite cheery statements white house nothing new tax legislation anticipated, revenue experts do attach much faith pre-election predictions. specialists insist laws must changed session meet budgetary requirements. another important argu-ment alteration found (certain provisions automatically expire june july some influence money-raising policies. sentiment growing treasury circles abolish many so-called "nuisance" taxes excise assessments where cost collection exceeds govern ment's income scourc-es. americanism: feeling flattered foreigners come business methods; does it. teacher stall high school hired public term. she miss selma warkinten, mountain lake, minnesota. warlf ten graduate bluff ton college, graduating last year. her first year teaching. warkinten place evelyn ludwig, resigned position domestic science department. begin s, 8:30, pupils assigned various classes. classes commence un til following day. staff teachers includes; thelma bond, grade 1, margaret schneider, pandy, 2, effle smith, florence bodman, 3, viola keenan, emma drechsler, gaehr, ehrman, 5, edna beller, 6, dorothy jones, music, iona good, art, robert hubbard, ph. tr.-engllsh, norwood hearn, man. tr., dom. science, russel stauffer, jr. hi. sr. math, luclle leach, latin english, arl,ene kech, geog. hist., ethel eppley, zilch, beatrice johnstone, tr. history, katherlne murry, french, rice, hope mcclaflin, commerce, marion steele, prln.-eng., arthur engle, f. a. powers, principal. rev. hetche preach j. hetche, retired pastor deliver sermon evangelical church sunday morning, 10:30. there special music cccasion. 9:15, usual hour. m. hayes returned annual sessions churches held" lancas tei-, ohio. pastors transferred elsewhere hayes, r. g. pferrer, brownhelm, rickel charge perrysburg. those include, tabbert, linsley sandusky newmeister, former charge. honor student reunion sunday, members hintz ifamtly numbering fity families gathered parlors st paul's lutheran reunion, also give earl grugel, leave concordia seminary, springfield, illinois, complete studies ministry. affair originally plan-ned held orvis mauer, due unfavorable weather parlors. picnic dinner supper served parlors, several games enjoyed lawn during course afternoon. guests wore cleveland, lorain, vicinity. board meeting education met evening county superintendent c. gibbons plans discussed operating pleasant view sanatorium comes am- voted submit three. ni tho vote people fall. increase continuance levy maintenance. ludwig trom faculty. country road --.: , . : here's story pipe brought here germany 69 years jump we second smoker amherst, namely 'henry wesbecher. you might call hanging pipe. "the thing unhandy lying around, i. decided hang wall. every once while i get down smoke my heart's content. finished 1 return wall, hangs until am ready again. mr. wesbecher's ger father, joseph wesbecher, 1867. father smoked five years, time death henry girl wedded pretty service lucille lang, daughter mrs. fred mill st. became bride orvil gleason. son clarence gleason, loraiu yesterday. wedding ceremony per formed o'clock immediate witnesses. officiated using single ring ceremony. read embankment flowers ferns. couple unattended prior ceremony, marie sister sang, "i love truly," accompanied george schroeder. wed ding john deltz. after trip southern ohio kentucky, reside lorain. gleason class '29, lorain '31. groom tended western reserve miami universities. he employed national tube company assist mcghee store jean reynolds, ot probeck em ployed hardware company, leased room apartment adjoining .of store. reynolds serve lunches hot meals. came hero highly recommended previous caterer near dayton, -apartment remodeled newly decorated. keep sake. bowl brown stem black. ever happened pipe, except becoming somewhat worn. display window times fcv any wishing see wesbecher since 13 old. besides oth ers; kejps box shelf "after smoking them clean box." your reporter thought perfect whiff view. haps reason wes becher storo. right wesbecher? says, smell strong won't stop even elevator service." had 12 still smokes scrap heel third owns milanco "1 think most holds good tobacco, like size shape it." smokers, lets hear favorlts pipes. matter if burnt off, one. mr wesbecher's. maybe can away, too, minutes tell us never less. devotions friday 7:30 being month, joseph's p. m mass, altar-rosary society receive holy communion body. circle three hall meeting. chicken sunday. large attendance, chicago, grafton, elyria amherst. tuesday, g, month vacation, resume school. sisters getting way. up residence david k. wilson o'neill taking week 5th street office nicholl stone there. e. stevens small son, wade, river edge road, cleveland occupy homo park ave. extremely sun beat its fury, breeze created car hot. couldn't pool anywhere lake. driving middle ridge. rd. "spotted" frank (richmond sun, cultivating garden. well, farmers work richmond byrd 75 acres, 5 acres used garden produce, balance general farming. incidentally won prize tallest farmer community picnic. farm family hundred living grandfather born in. asked thinks politics, replied thinking hopes landon president. "my interested politics elected. told me then put into debt, prediction true," reporter. drove newton bechtel picking peaches orchard. standing step ladder, arm reaching tree peaches, holding half-bushel basket. peach crop short year, demand poaches higher year," us. ."when the. plentiful body cans them, aren't don't just equals crop," continued. newton, william tarm 85 10 fruit. wheat ex ceptionally averaged 33 bushels acre, average farms around 20 bushels. field corn, ensilage corn stands feet high. said argument milk buyer. distributor count surplus ho shipped more. did. received settlement, however, extra figured surplus. bechtel's cows. bechtels alfalfa hay raise. say land builder, goes lot farther feed. sat'rday remodeling decorating, amherst's newest store, cobb's, saturday morning. handle exclusively line ladies' wearing apparel exception shoes, avenue, formerly occupied chas. ebbs, entirely redecorated. walls ceiling painted cream color, floor sanded reflnlshed. side booths built coats, dresses suits hung, show cases counters run full saturday, acording w. wright, manager "everything fully guaranteed both manufacturer ourselves, prices low careful buying permit, wright. cobb's eimular oberlln sev eral pri mary reasons locating herst women patronized oberlln. gringle, sales experience ladles wear, local b. h. ryan grandson, kenneth rush, spent wednesday flower opens afternoon final completed readiness show, 4-5. scene auditorium. entries noon friday. judging shortly afterwards, doors 2 o'clock. urges enter flowers, scarcity dry weather. bringing flow ers furnish own council meets tonight village adjourned act pavements forest, jackson streets. acted upon improvements action then. request adolf heinzerllng permission remove fiom corner n. main build gasoline station aschenbach prop erty. opposition gas expressed. opponents claimed ruin flno appearance corner. complaints parking town filed fire signs erected barring entirely. rites known man hoffner, passed away morning si august 30- ill health time, past weeks confined bed. hoffner helm january 1s65, 71 old death. storlui pince 1895, ago charter member aerie eagles al-so affiliated royal av canum. celebrated golden anniversary leaves mourn hi3 loss, wife edith, sons, dr. hen ry, allan, grandchildren, burton lee sister, sue peckham, toledo, brother, d. cleveland. f'uneral services zilch nesday funeral home. thomas williams, congregational deceased service. burial made redgehlll memorial park. gartho brothers sang selections service; garthe. pallbearers bat tonhouse, glllman, jacob sablers, floyd hall, vermilion, crawford, elyria. honorary ed. foster, ben linsley, holle, deuschle, harry standen, steele richmond. workers peter's reformed ray jewett, rally year's discussed. recognition attendance promotion feature program, 29. social refreshments albert witto. containers. committtee stated anyone certainly find added more believes largest on. public. no admission charges. afternoon, remain .day evening. shall features rules regu-ation exhibitors. 1. commercial exhibits welcomed be' classified exhibited separately 2. grown exhibitor. containers furnished 3. exhibits, ribbons, removed hibitor show. 4. 11:00 m., 5. exhibition entry cards free. number. exhibitor desires. entered group compete class. 7. kind decorative foliage mixed bouquets artistic arrangements. 8. judging, total points awarding ribbons. 9. each classify entry. 10. reasonable care taken property exhibitors, responsibility assumed loss damage. classed accordingly. section arrangements baskets, vases, containers, miscellaneous, sectionb include dahlias. c d roses. e arrangement club only, table decorations, room. tall annuals. exhibit less blooms, arrangement, perennials shrubs, listed. g children display. h wild flowers. teams break mon. aces whites played broke result volley ball match harris field. took score 16-14 game. evened games. 15-x 15-9. tie off tuesday night. frederick white, bob ward, cromwell, ralph mckinley, ibelden, team, andy lexay, james douglas harris, fritz, geoffrey monger, maurice paton team. joining vents ladleb aid missionary church. 4 legion. 4-5 opening s. 6 7 8 resumes. 10-11 play junior walther league
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1936-09-04|
|Date of Original||1936-09-04|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1936-09-04 18 36|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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