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the amherst news-times volume xix, number 24 friday, june 25, 1937 sandstone center of world -1 r i" news letter washington, 23 keen eyes and ears- political observers are watching trend con-cresslonal affairs this week in par ticular to determine effects democratic pow-wow held along chesapeake last week-end three-day session was calculated promote party solldorlty, but it is too early evaluate real outcome mass-meeting. there a certain tactical advantage on morale see president's chief critics within his bask smile. majority these rebels seasoned politicians not whit embarrassed talk differently when outside charmed circle white house intimacy. opinion prevails that executive trifle dilatory calling confab as man postmaster-general farley, had lashed out with discipline home districts disnenting legislators. solons resent crusade retaliation for failure take orders all measures. devastating senate report adverse administration's court-packing proposal marked absence vice president garner were danger signals, which forced fast thinking fence-repairs. doubtful if conferences changed vote judicial reform squabble. sharing public interest gab-fest jefferson island 1b sudden turn wherein federal government has at been intervene states where labor troubles hand. here two fresh instances out-maneouvered point policy indifferent favoritslm or aloofness thrown overboard under-the exigencies situation. whether three mediators appointed under duress from ohio's governor davey will negotiate settlement differences, have middle west agitated uncertain. feeling growing intervention means beginning responsibility contro-. verslal issue national lawmakers avoided because obligations flare-backs. no matter how stupid stubborn many employers their relations conviction established- spread strikes every sector directly attributable encouragement high union leaders. politically-minded places apparently taken cue mayors council men smaller communities vigilantes over law-enforcement. belligerence local officials mean that' they proceeding implied support citizens community. otherwise, legislators deduce, elective wanting return lucrative publico offices small city town would dare fight strikers affiliated john lewis c. i. q. larger cities situation so easy, accounts violence. hearings wage hour bill closing attention directed future proposal, affects workers employers. smooth sailing predicted introduction upset by intensified feeiing congressional quarters futures stake matter. leadership southerners dominate sheer force numbers, torn issue. communities, looked forward rapid industrialization south working conditions attract business establishments other areas, frankly concerned prospect being placed northern western competitors regard hours, wages conditions. hence, differential section may be altered compromise evpectatlono standards board eventually raise lower hours harmonize similar localities. scheduled pass before august, effective until next fall. complaints heard new road against proceedings now progress t o straighten foster park-rd eliminating elbow intersection oberlin-av north ridge-rd july 14 county commissioners. date concerning appropriations land payment damages. primary purpose improvement provide highway allow heavy trucking .traffic miss lorain. trucks routed off lake-rd kolhe-rd up park-rd. then travel park-rd, span gas hill meet route 254 end. entire project expected cost close million dollars. wpa workmen busy propect spring getting job completion between leavltt-rd. proposed old stage coach line offers most direct chicago york. thief steals strawberries method sunshine canning did prove profitable women west-st highly venture another. mrs. tom finnegan al bert kreeger canned using method. recipe, method, necessary berries sit sun 72 after canned. course, big nui- ance cans night left them side night. tuesday morning, missed several cans. however clues disappearance could found. thief, apnarently an easy way store supply goods, returned eamo neighborhood invaded finne-gan's time. however, making getaway, dropped jar berries. noise attracted neighbor woman she window. saw person sneaking away believes woman. any rate, 13 jars delicious disappeared slinking person. might moral story something like this: "don't let moonlight shine your prepared via method." certainly disappointment learn, people low enough steal product housewife's patience say nothing costly ingredients. trustees discuss damaged roads discussion condition township following rains occupied monday program repair those outlined werner zilch authorized do work. work done approach clough quarry bridge revealed almost completed. widened make more accessible. clerk edward moe-bius instructed write york central railroad ask cooperation wish swing one railing wider approach. increased size school buses mandatory widened, believe. dinner guests jack blackford don full-mer evening jean price, burke., lorain, also guest beautiful widely known its gardens beauty spots. spring, triangle main-st, flowers wall tenney-av quite familiar with. back yards homes spots well known. pictured lily pool yard mr. james nichols. former resident poet poem written josephine storm, califor nia, who spent her girlhood amherst. about 75 years ago live california. cousin marion steele. storm 88 summer: ' sent n. f. foster, harris-st. grow can anyone tell what they've hdw we know true days lonely blue friends younger scattered gono ways, dear ones, too, gone help feel alone? sitting folded hands day even able get play, just waiting time come they, bo called another shore. baker attend convention b. baker, park-av, american optical association rochester, he leave sunday week. meeting lorainco optometric elyria tonight (hursday). (by ft. powers) amherst's life began soon arrival vanguard first settlers. tho grist mill, mill distillery built jacob shupe year 1814 perhaps commercial township. iron foundry plows farming implements manufactured. foundry, established around 1842 run j. rice, leek cook. anothor industry import cheese making, 1878 such factories existence country owners located near s. ridge w.ore eggleston, braman company. factory used milk 600 cows manufactured nearly 200,000 lbs. 35,000 pounds butter. hbrr and, warner operated establishment telegraph road, line. closed doors why, i know. it's assured do. anything cheer rest sojourn here? kindly things folks always brighten dull day. little through mall never yet fail bring good bit whole year. you think while put wait long sure ,be. sorry they're gone'.'' dollars houses count far less than peoples' happiness. auxiliary plans picnic regular legion rooms hall annual 25 bechstein's grove discussed committee committee. robert brumfield, president, g. m. parker, chairman, hugo truscello charles sablers meeting, cards enjoyed brumfield taking honors. entertainment, refreshments served mabel mcdermott william wenzel. july. tureen supper feature. sometimes weather bureau's mistake, seventies thing both thriving business. amherst, doubt resembled, essentials, hundreds villages ohio. settlements shaped cool darkness dense forests some destined, mostly virtue advantageous locations become renowned marts trade. days! streets unpaved; sidewalks, well-worn paths leading intervals, uptown, stood hitching posts, drive much care use to-day parking car lines horse tiod short neither given slack. buildings district made wood. roofs extended doorways, giving impression permanent awning fixture. projection intended protection summer, playground full activities athletic field swing. large crowd youngsters hand times. tennis, base ball croquet games ly entertaining boys girls ages. plan ned, according dick baetz, supervisor field. include tournaments track events. latter events considered structors, best possible-body developers. junior sottball league got morning. four teams entered nine fellows each team. play sched ule played tennis tour ney baetz. set yet, though. dealer nash w. ackerman, proprietor ackerman's auto tractor service, lafayette automobiles. ackerman since 1919. loraln-co agent fordson tractors. sold agency 1930 michael opened station lea-vitt-rd ridge-rd. during war, "fred" ho over, worked perry-fay company supervisor. shrapnel shells experimental truck bearings. rain snow drearier seasons. expects passing sixty-one changes town, personal physical aspects. let's scan, then, brief account our village 1876. george fuller flourishing mill. only miller wrlght, inventor well, own machine parts helped improve milling. sanford clark blacksmith shop important garago present drug owned ham-ann seoley, plato brothers kept grocery provision house. dr. hazel dentist, wife, artist experience ran an" art oil water color photography done. materials students type art. lathro'p walker hotel name' henrle -house. jackson baus supplied boots shoes celebrates 88th birthday observed anniversary wednesday. quietly honor frances yaeger. judson, black, palnesville, jaeger phillip park bank past 21 spends couple times garden helps considerably excellent health. club hears reports meets, members find worth attending. night's exception. sterling smith vermilion speaker chose topic, "iris lillles." informal instruc tive interesting. raises various kinds lilies seeds produced irises enjoyment. smith's acre ground, garden, floral vegetable, heart's content. clifford happened bellevue holding flower show. thia show gave listeners comprehensive idea loveli ness magnitude. co-operation dbodio. children, fact community made- an- outstana- mg success clifford's opin ion. group visited sixth bay very enthusiastic grandeur tne itself, whole, individual arrangements. nice display blooms brought fully present. urges garden- minded club's meetings whlnh third inonm 8 p. chambers unless otherwise announced. beauty, charm "klad-'ness place live. shape celebration gradually form ioiiowmg attractions begining continuing late bank, name spltzer carried banking business, insurance well. e. r. huene, whose village's 'forerunner modern department stores" followed henry hlrsching general dealt dry groceries, hats caps, shoes, paper useful articles, mussey, es tarnished seventeen reputed oldest merchant conducted huenes, fredericks town's milliner dressraker. book a. wolcott. st. (now ave.) books. fey horn furniture dealers undertakers town. h. smith, jeweler, main "fifteen, thru career man, use-(contlnud page two) delinquent tax list published conforming state law, parcels lorain-co taxes advertised duo great compared ol proportion bigger cities. amounting $22,806 property value $98,454.52. property, parcel valued $100 amounted $9.54. .local subdivisions delinquencies are: am-hert district, $15,110 $2,042.42 delinquent; township-south $2,720 $427.76 village, $8,290 $1,593.68 borwnhelm township, $13,270 $1,880.08 delin-quent. properties included 29,000 advertised. $2,600,000. auditor's office estimate $3,500,00 s4.000.000 delinquent. must offered sale. pay arrangements installment payments whittemore act. act provides semi-annual period ten years. expires december. wlll,-now certified revision. withdraw believe sell amount taxes, assessments, penalties forfeit state. investigate certify sale price bring. none forfeited county. believed case lots boom estate development greater property. probably pasture cultivation. lodge pi.apfs 6 all-star team six chosen positions lorain ail-star knight rank knights pythias. carl ernst, senator; roy stevenson, fourth senator: l. .t. henes, fifth wallace schulthels, senator, fred coverdalo conrad mulder. guards. consists eighteen men, nf the. elated having tho. confer class twenty-one candidates elyria, 29th. eagle delegation aerie eagles planning sessions cleveland, morning continue sunday. unusual red special invitation drill (thursday). hollendon accorded state, won prize row. bus vincent nalley secretary lodge, attending delegates. everything illusion except faith dare, suffer, triumph disillusions. mi ft
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1937-06-25|
|Date of Original||1937-06-25|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst News-Times, 1937-06-25 19 24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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