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the amherst news-times 1 volume xix number 13 friday, april 9, 1937 sandstone center of world our washington hews letter washington, 7 while old battle cry major political jkirtles dealing -with "state's tights" over which we fought a war botwcen states and incidentally created two parties is hushed, it is, nevertheless, burning issue in questions national policy. doctrine, once distinguishing mark between democratic republican platforms, involved current controversy about regulation wages wokrlng conditions. at least latest supreme court decisions have emphasized power commonwealths to sot up regulatory agency. advocates central government expansion, including present administration, do not take kindly this trend judicial opinion. these opponents contend publicly that there can be no uniformity o labor standards where each state handles its own 'problems interstate character commerce predominant. formal statements policy are issued so frequently, nnd with many contradictions, almost impossible find opinion among higher federal executives. has apparently evaded responsibility sit-down strikes on claim essentially problem one outside jurisdiction authorities. furthermore, officials let known they inclined seek delegation intervention uower from gongress this, time. yet, lt'is will insist control othqr features 'jn proultim ui1u iu wuiuu men pation offensive unions. ruling bers white heat congres-slonal halls. l little been said public justification strike by radical unions headed john l. lewis. remained for representative coffee (of tacoma, washington), who describes himself frankly as "has active lobbyist before legislative bodies behalf liberal measures", advance arguments. measure, repre-sents views some administration leaders friendly lewis movement accounts tor their unwillingness bring strong arm govern ment into play. alleges "employees property right jobs law entitles them protect ap propriate means ( s - d ow n strikes), occupation plant but an incident employment relation .unlawful." proposed congressional investigation if authorized will- undoubtedly cover all phases. private effect or jaw c. i. o. j agents advocate method brlngling employers terms until large segment besieged industry signs union agreements. only action unionists fear time drastic laws legislatures enforcement decrees evictions, spell arrest imprisonment. dopesters say incorporation 'of making legally responsible really remote. adjourned next year, believed desparate need revenue soon -advantage tho supremo court' decision upholding used tax statute washington. mail order houseb other out-of-state agencies hard hit movement. purpose sustained last week permit retailers compete upon equality retail dealers exempt sales corresponding burden. legislation now pending permitting probably bb abandoned oplnori opens gateway form taxation. soil program committee sit extra day farmers wishing information government's conservation during discuss problems charge black itiver townships. township room town hall again saturday 9 a. m. 4 p. consists neal ludwig, chairman' newton bechtel w. v. marshall. began work tuesday continued wednesday thursday. were able see regular hours cannot still get calling residence any members. card, however, was mailed him, must returned later than 14th, pointed out. assist ing planning year gain greatest benefits program. case farmer shown how $38 additional could received re-arranging his pro gram year. unly producing land under programs -by hopes maintain fertility instead allowing become gradually depleted becomes unproduc tive. opera star ' sends photos mrs. mary 0'ne"ill." wilson, .erly t amherst? "nov? 'living:' ijorain, pleasantly surprised receive half dozen lovllest photographs rosa ponselle. when informed her coming perform ance "carmen" first cleveland drawing lorain music lovers, miss ponselle immediately sent wilson delightful assortment poses unique costumes she wears role. ithis just company left begin tour, culminate cleveand 12th. direct' star's home pikesvllle, md. satudray afternoon's broadcast "cavalleria rusticana" same cast sing opening night ceveland. treasures auto? graphed beautiful stars metropolitan mother famous musicians. wilmah egeland taken sale tickets wilson. girls college news lois portmann, daughter mr, elmer portmann ot r. 2, amherst, fresh man baldwin-wallace berea, ohio, ranks ninth schol- astically b.-w. freshman class 192 students. rating 2.63; perfect 3.00. member pledge chapter sigma delta, sororities campus. helen baumann, mr. baumann route junior college, elected vice-president young women's christian association 1937-38 school also league athletic association, gospel team, economics club. delta sorority. sugar social sponsored sunday brown- holm evangelical reformed church. held brownhelm townhall friday even ing. cordially invited. blackballs popular early f rt days amherstfire department fire rivalry admittance members department. e. hurlbut, members, recalled matter benefit story. department, dead, always voted against new himself. angered decided retaliate balling candidates him. opportunity came. box passed around balls developed shortage ballot had gone very far. blackballing candl' date he told reason mended ways, result reconsideration candidate admitted. addition candidates, firemen another indoor sport, dancing. reader note reads firemen's minutes, continues week. march 26th, 1884 special meeting called foreman elnwachter spring fever argument arrival april, "spring fever' lb waging more. , dr. walter duffee, physician ohio university athletes: isn't fever, nor bit laziness; you don't ..need ,ton: ics;" blood . doesn't neeit 'thin- ning, rest." feeling comes on, duffee says, it's change warm weather diet more exercise. winter, according team physician, body peared heavier rate consumption operation. comes, finding loaded with, store heavy energy-producing food elements, unlike automobile trying operate rich winter mixture. prepare musical festival concert, given am herst high direction dorothy jones, conducted dur may part the' consist vocal rhythm grades school. selection glee clubs, band, orchestra, ensembles contributed few facts f. powers whenever changes mind signal folks same. came brought along spring-like cold arid rain those should know threatened us great people suddenly go maple chardon "after all". that's way worked family, older grow clearly your family much like families many, ways. several years past" i've desire visit i why want again, would obtain excellent products real geauga county's annual show. itself pleasant town. built square, danco jn easter monday. motion second wo dance mon carried. hire bard dance. lost. appointed write different first' set prices?! carried; exceed thirtyjadollars band. walker, menz,ie. hurlbut. ihand bill 27 being fire. secretary make outjblll out today. to'-nigl w, r.7walker, sect. elnwachter, 2nd, 1889 meeting. and- h. kregor act chairman absence asst. foreman, kregor, chairman. walker report clean-up starts monday clean residents asked village gather together winter's accumulation rubbish, put suitable containers; leave curb. all'rubbish collected 14, 15 16, threeays .all rubbteh'-eposlted carb oj,e collectors hauled away free residents. otherwise resident disposing rubbish. lutherans build passageway street rooms church without leading through chancel st. paul's lutheran firo regulations permit. board approved awaits approval underwriters construction begin. covering narrow county grange tour traveling comple'to meets tuesday, 13. hickory tree hosts hostesses evening ridgeville entertain & thoughts syrup green, england manner, buildings stores appearance durability, especially convenience horse blocks. placed intervals curbs business section town, seats drop onto moment's rest shopping trip. presence iron rings imbedded concrete indication blocks built. rate, i'd congratulate retention seem eager rid ourselves things outgrown' original purposes. "progress all-right, clips definitely mellow past. long house, bie square festival, filled overflowing times. watching woudn't walls bulge ed written q band play $27 pay expenses. hurlbut come $30 g. price. tloor managers, menz floor manager. wm. krujol fioor gilmore manager, adjourned. foreman. 12th, elnwachter. roll call absent noted 'book. minutes read approved. "of 24th page 5 four clinics sanatorium uni b. friable, tuberculosis nurse, working view supported rendered mouth hindman, executive association. besides field frisble does the-county, assists chest technician mornings x-rays taken. month 32 patients examined, 22 cases 19.0 rechecks. diagnosed follows: 8 positive, negative 16 bo kept observation. eight x-ray days, total 152 107 furnished films. fisblo made 125 post calls. reports line spirit co-operation most ex-patients families. min-nls frisbio's assistance him keeping touch after homes generally furthering county. portman's circle ladies aid society congregational wednesday. within commercial exhibits, such fair, prize winning product sale. tempt cans gallon size down, glass bottles, too rich, syrup. round pale cream, squares fudge, knotty walnut meats, drew coins purse whether no. then -cakes pure sugar, "kids", fancy molds neither dreamed by. what everyone enjoyed most, i'll wager wasn't person didn't indulge, pasteboard dishes holding small amount boiled exactly consistency cream moments' stirring. sold five cents apiece. council delays gas ordinance deferred final meeting, 20th. council's off disposition followed refusal accept rates. question reached proceedings went session. visitors waited councilmen discussed themselves. three arrests past week, charges intoxication passing .a bus picking children. jacob merves arrested north ridge road. pleaded guilty fined $10.20 mayor's court. ray wallace, times charge. $100 costs committed jail. fred walmsley intoxication. released local jail afternoon promise fine intoxicated thursday, intoxication, paid. wins place contest ell mination won margery rickel, rev. formerly herst. sshool perrysburg. chosen councillor girls' camp lin- wood park summer. rickel pastor per rysburg. demonstrations bakery covo bakers' demonstration 15th. lever bros. co., makers bakers shortening products, aro acquainting newest develope-ments baking. methods demon strated cleveland, lakewood, elyria, lorain, towns far west sandusky. give domestic science 21st 12 3 m., future cooks modern mixes, prepares bakes do. price included paddle stirring neat paper napkin. looked someone eating scrapping. ground littered empty discarded paddles, hadn't dish nodding exquisite throes tasting heavenly concoction, saying companies: "that's want, i'm getting now." whole process, stir sigh contentment, consumed less remembered lifetime. yes, afternoon. pleasant, good-natured crowd ono seemed move easily muchdl-rectlon law. out, cars miles long, waiting they'd go, end session bronson, district manager company, offered contract nresent hat already thoroughly rates, offer best .be given. bronson rates based average 5,000 cubic feet month. increases 6,000 month, lower schedule period contract. august nabakowskl hurry improvement east erection house street. "the road sidewalk places causing water run walks," said. tom laundon, engineer,' paving project awaiting government. nabakowski bought material building until, drainage disposed of. "if can't paved, let's cut provided town's progress hampered," ask wpa authorities send jackson complete sooner started st., forest projects. engineer map owned louis kothe, ed. larson lawrence harmon requested annexed village. faces ave. corporation limits. favored move. solicitor miller procedure required owners petition commissioners hold hearing sixty filed might grant request. file it, hoffman, st, turn police alarms $40 mayor available alarm arrangements. system necessary since telephone abandon exchange, calls handled made. ladies' draws 120 wives men's attended ladles' bevard gave entertaining address" travels europe, venice. described detail scenes prosperous city, ravages robbed previous generous support country. talk hung tab wall sides room. beginning group singing don piano. ella jaeger, krieg albert raesler whon entertained philathea peter's night.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-04-09|
|Date of Original||1937-04-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-04-09 19 13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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