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mippmiplw'wllpwwp - 1 the amherst news-times volume xlxi number 22 friday, june 11, 1937 sandstone center of world v our' washington! news letter washington, 10 ghosts blue eagle as noted in administration's new bill to regulate -wage and hours continue plague congressional mii.ds at current hearings on this pending legislation. other issues are subordinated for moment. despite denials by sponsors that latest attempt regiment industry trade under thumb a government agency has no connection with earlier idea, suspicion persists project all identification marks which led interment nra an unanimous decision supreme court famous schechter case? developments open sessions joint com-m e indicate measure may be revised, but chances favor its enactment before adjournment. lawmakers anxiously pressing vote country time realize full -implications plan every day life employer employee. they know well raising one ghost often puts whole churchyard motion explanations different when home folks express bewilderment. fanfare trumpeting over connery-black is inspired n part politics probably honest desire better living conditions workers employed sub-standard rates pay it estimated provisions legislation cover 12 million effect would raise income least three prescribing certain standards having force statutes. there division opinion within administration wing exemptions small businesses employing 14 or less "employees. secretary labor perkins feels should not bo exempted because freedom from control encourage chiseling wages prices. another hot-poker pol-itlcos question wage scales north south competition any industry. official survey hourly entrance paid common laborers 20 industries shows variation low ten cents high' dollar. average starting ranged 'jt'f.b 62.5 per hour. imagine plight solou tinkering these sections country. relatively high concentration negro low-wage areas complicating partisan issue southerners vocoupy places power congress far outnumber their brethren sections. therefore, talk about "geographical dlfferentals" so much political dynamite. subject figured prominently code-making will prove sore spot if left caprice flve-man board swerable only president. word been passed white house concluded series "messages congress." signs retreat reform increasingly clear, optimistic leglsltors look forward closing curtain sometime july. exact date departure depends speed passage "must" measures proposals president wants exclusion minor matters. mr. roosevelt chalk up victory little opposition revenue amendments reach tax evaders. types wffuld find difficult rig defense triumph chief executive "will come without argument. sectional controversies likely halt his flood projects. president's sly dig public utll-. ities water resources complicate quick fulfillment program several citizens stockholders private enterprises already reputedly hamstrung death claims mrs. hollstein morning christina hollstein, 73, died quite suddenly her main-st o'clock morning, (thursday). although ill most winter, she was road recovery able out spring. sunday taught loyal sunday' school class first evangelical church. complained feeling week downstairs yard tuesday evening. suffered heart attack abciut noon wednesday pounded floor attract attention neighbors who summoned doctor. however became rapidly worse away morning. born sandusky 1864. spent early there, coming 30 years ago after marrying george hollstein. resided farm town until six moved into amherst. husband two ago. five brothers sister also preceded death. survived son, walter hou,steln ono brother, henry ziegler, sandusky. greatest hobby interest church work. sincere worker b s i des teaching school, women's missionary society. member grange. funeral arrangements charge zilch were incomplete press time. candidates file petitions primaries being heard side now friday deadline filing tle august primaries. both parties here have slates, indications point contest 'be nomination treasurer republican ticket. b. a. kuss, present office holder, opposed robert cromwell. mayor c. e. cooper seeking reelection ticket while dr. w. g. schaeffer heading democratic unopposed others nominations are: william) robertson clerk; conrad zilch, j. d. kaser h. van keuren affairs; arthur mcqueen, tom finnegan, john sablers, ed. menz, battenhouse alvin brown council. democrats thus chas. miller, lucy roemer, treasurer; art tolhurst, barber fred jones, kanq, maynard schriner, m. flockner, matt lawless, paul wohlever republicans hold majority village offices members council affairs addition republicans. briefs vhe regular meeting concordia club lutheran held tueday night. social followed business meeting. later evening gringle, jr., served refreshments. rev. c.e. schmidt re turned yesterday attending reunion schmidt's graduating elmhurst col lege, elmhurst, 111. banquet monday night stayed commencement activities visited short rockford, i1l, mon pola richard inseparables negri, police dog, richard, canary, pets marie posch, chicago dressmaker. took year patient effort miss posch bring bird dog stage. friendship perfect last ol pioneer family dies did give prominence amherst's claim title "sandstone world" brown-helm effects stroke week. andrew nlcholl boys father developed quarries brownhelm east quarry. andy, he known friends, retired active .business 1907, moving bolton-sq. cleveland. since then wife winter months florida california, returning summer (jie homestead brownhelm. youth, andy attended district foster park-rd, college notre dame. good ball player captain legendary stars picture group window. athletic ability, -was gifted piano player. " frances bergner nicjioll, nephews neices. services wife, ave afternoon f. eastman, pastor wakeman congregational church, officiating. burial place cemetery o. baker co. charge. eagles host members' families lodge theatre party similar affair tonight. witnessed showing o'brien "park avenue logger" mary jan3 went hall where dancing enjoyed. r. powers recent rockefeller brought forth few reminiscences lady. during childhood days rootstown, ohio. lived next door spellman's, close relatives d's wife. rockefellers them, whenever such hand, recalls parents always told children "to today rocka-fellers coming." rising man wealth feel impressed. tho fact visitors cleveland what awed young greenes kept them unusually sober rockefeller's stay rootstown. period lives, gave pipe organ methodist people, outdone,, sent carnegie telling him gift asking like pot pourri m0mm"'"00m0"t ii m ( bm , l 1. .1 friends teachers study. rest schools, local faculty homes var ious plans "for vaca tion. kathryn murray, french teacher, planning get some hand information sum' mer. sails paris normandie. mother accompany her. paris, murray intends study sorbonne. dorothy jones beatrice johnstone northwestern university. ethel eppely going baldwin-wallace emma dreschler kent state russell stauffer "go school" university jnfsouthern califor. niaat los angeles. iona bluffton summer, hope mcclaflln wakeman, selma warkentine spend ann arbor, michigan. lucille leach homo akron, trips summer. vacation tholr here. put your flag mondy day. following customary observance holidays, merchants reminded display flags. officials flags displayed honoring just as, more than, patriotic holidays. saying half money needed purchase supply half. got busy, soon they, too, had nice pipe-organ how you colors senior's caps gowns year? girls' midnight boys' refreshing diversion somber greys yesteryear, .and made pleasing pattern graduates sat together stage commencement. year, folder typo diploma presented. you've see one, straightway you'll agree mo it's big improvement bulky old-fashioned scroll. seeing fine hearing inspiring lecture wright made, "who cheerfully support our system, mighty proud. all, gardens "glad." those seeds bulbs 'planted done so. flower show committee looking larger hopes something exhibit. prizes given ibest displays exhibits. marigolds, zinnias, petunias than neighbors. win noxt seeds, nursery stock. we prize best red riding hood zinnias lllliput rosebud zinnia. too late plant now. anxious crown gold marigold, marigold odorless foliage. mado interlaced curled quilled petals surrounded collarette broad petals. procured sensation burpee medal award this. garden specimen show. annual perennial flower, list long mention don't forget snap dragons cosmos celosias gladiolas. speaking gladiolas gladlola named flower. aristocratic glad july october. planting each continuous display. help make "stone city" "glad town." climax career thomas son ludwlg thomas, elyrla avo., grad nates ohio wesleyan univer sity. conference "amherst-conscious" pitched turn wesleyan's nresence baseball league keenly felt. lm-merliaie future still indefinite, playing ball. ins offers neary team teams mid-atlantic league. cloveland indians interested possibilities undoubtedly will' follow advice comes sign organized baseball. nearly 250 students ceive diplomas contacting outside, brings progress town. advancement schools past fifty years? take someday think fully value real estate investments upon caliber schools. grand clare gladys avery back san francisco alumni banquet. course didn't como especially occasion, important all. charles strauss too. freeman harding plain dealer staff honored guest. p. harding, many years. alumnus afar memories someone cannot denied. picnic amherst, tentatively set 4th. location celebration decided men grange report votes received poll taken among readers very result "one hav ing event rather taking same proportion prevailed, definitely prior year. st. joseph's meet tonight 10th dinner g:30 presented william andrews, '29, toastmaster. features pro gram uncle jim ques tion bee incoming answering questions. presentation american legion medals brumfield, auxiliary. talks fr. james smith, pastor, eischen, former pastor. guests tonight's josita, gerarda, teacher program, music frabotta orchestra grafton. 140 expected attend. playground field officially opened dick baetz chosen education act supervisor. graduate oberlln western reserve university, studying medicine. playspot popular wth girls aces. excellent tennis courts, volley court, soft diamonds horseshoe courts afford healthful recreation older swings, teetertotters croqufit sets furnish enjoyment younger group. mornings, afternoons evenings supervision times. recollections! wedding afternoon, shall it. groom ceremony held, officiating minister room-mate college. bride wore lace gown veil, whose diaphanous clouds moved, gentle baby's breathing breezo stole lazily thru windows. bright flames cathedral candles belied pale dignity arose, tall decorative blooms glory scent form coloring, outside sun shining. robins caroling ecstatical round-de-lays insect noises grass, beautiful setting beginning life. attend wending then, hear again words -which once answered "i -will." remember? sorious site night, paper. cast poll, announced. committees appointed. sure berths frank mischka. appointed considerable discussion proceeded decision. favoring pointed fireworks attracted large crowd people towns, resulting advertising crystal beach tauilities park easier entertain people. decided, .work consist preparing suitable scnaeffer, men's association, expressed con-liuence tne success. pledged zncn miachka, wn6 previously hud asked excused irom work, prevailed lo aid undertaking. concerned port gust nabakowski place. marking corporation limits placed roads leading point-- iug direction ueen lake ave. whiskeyville permission way department granted. month's ladies' arranged. 17 exercises parochial gallagher, cleveland, addressed graduates. chose motto, "onward upward" aa topic. address, scholarship awards highest work betty roth. leona dybinski second kelleher, third. won essay papati, wesbecher, ar michael attie, joseph gamhj grunda, ruth, edipt solock, edward jar abraham, cenirma tie, joan brown, helen chichay, dybinski, antoinette kapn- cinski, elizabeth auxiliary holds fidac fldac greece topic featured auxiliary, met rooms with. presiding. parker, chairman interesting account accomplishments customs ot greeks. raesler mrs, wenzel read articles topic, refreshments esses, mabel macdennott rigid regualtlon. onj wenl .,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-06-11|
|Date of Original||1937-06-11|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-06-11 19 22|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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