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amherst news-times volume xx, number 32 friday, august 19, 1938 sandstone center of the world our washington news letter washington, 17 echoes bitter controversy which manked prolonged over relative -wages paid in north and south have politicians on their toes. subject is sharply silhouetted report national emergency council submitted to president after an extensive survey. it calculated stir a hornet's nest sectional feeling geographical differences living standards commercial rivalry: if renews his demand for higher wage rates depressed areas as means increasing purchasing power, believed that such declarations will serve guide newly created fair labor administrator. hint from white house may hasten official definitions rules regulations effect delimiting intra-state exemptions employers, who pay less than the, 25 cents statutory minimum work week excess 44 hours. early government study listed southern "economic problem one" .mr. roosevelt bis aides must effective answer. reported congressional battalion, blocked hour legislation nearly two years, inserted several ham-stringing amendments measure price support. obvious intent was protect principle conditions fixing scales. yet, federal making every effort overcome these handicaps ideals by drafting model state laws place local enterprises under same set govern industries engaged interstate commerce-- control. faced extensions central reguluations, freight rate differential would put factories, remote largely populated consumption areas, par with northern competitors still ace hole economic game. major dixie primaries out way little republican opposition endanger democratic nominees south, mr. roose velt's pronouncements this vl tal issue not carry so much political weight those regions strong policy boosting wages might help ticket western manu facturing where resentment manifested because factories moved take advantage lower wages. probably one thousand educators or industrialists read known recent places responsibility better more jobs squarely doorstep. resources committee, headed five cabinent members, "continuance present practices creates grave danger schools, wo heretofore regarded bulwark democracy, fact become instrument creating very inequalities they were designed prevent." agency referred educational opportunity exists between rural urban committees "a challenge ideal democracy." other words, indictment systems ground can be abused create class, race distinctions citly ifolks too sndbblsh intolerant brethren. president's advisors controlling committee say aid education increased. favor discarding traditional ' maintenance schools "solely matter concern." yet clear how far go extend assistance facilities are considered inadequate. reason further interventions based theory needs "strains fabric american (national) social life." farmers get $1. acre township receive average $1.00 crop acres about latter part september, according information given week. smaller farmers, however, having 10 acres, soil conserving crops, benefit little. it's farmer devotes entire time farming checks when lire mailed. payments year factors determine "soil depleting allotment". allotment sent during may. black river townships neal lud-wig dwight buell farm reporters job interview learn whether remained within share program, outside send farmers. crops permitted plant order participate program. strength ground. instance, corn used grain, silage, fodder, hay pasture, but sown only cover green manure crop. example method computing amount money best tpldby illustration. let us tak- 75 mostly all land. allowing barns, small orchard, balance land being land, then total 71 acres. 3g 35 acreage, upon food into general fixed particular at er, he did exceed pro gram, entitled re ceive $1.50 each atotal $54. has allowed 50 acre, $17.50, orchards enti tled $2.00 $4.00. brings credits $75.50, per acre. chances any vegetables open add according. deductions, $71.50 credits, there certain deductions. had been assigned potato allotment, exceeded deduction three multiplied yield, again make quite sizeable amount. just few could wipe completely wise him approximately 70 cent sol! program government's participating. received cannot accurately estimated until reporting completed. last monday wheat allotments next year. most cases figure two-thirds planted past years. charles zuercher son robert, barkersfleld, calif., spent weeks here visiting relatives, returned home. morning reporter top left: netil ludwig, govern-, ment reporter, gets in-1 formation ben michael. right: ludwig albert witte. foster park-rd, farm. securing necessary orvis mailer, (with straw hat) while hands look on. water fight friday nite another demonstrations proved popular day celebration ago presented fire department night front town hall. firemen demonstrate what do liose, proving capable well trained care size blaze conflagration start here. off, fight. teamed up event saw hand witness again. demonstration scheduled 7 p. m. legion guests elmer johnson post fairview tonight (thursday). hugh waynes, barber, member post. legionaires wishing asked meet rooms hall g:30 regular meeting 118 held night. members urged attend. opens search antiques village keeping things hobby many people. some" times forgotten leads old saved days long present. penchant settlers saving knick knacks valuables enabled civilization realize hardships americans went through. gives insight' lives days. settled type pioneers underwent forging new country. families 'who took root limbs surviving amherst. direct descendants blessed collections antiques. bo yarled interesting articles tillage district eagles initiation thurs. monthly ten fraternal (thursday) wellington entertaining lodge. announcement made lodge v. ii. nalley. nalley also gave brief convention cincinnati end. full conclave special soon. business monday's session routine. anxious find them. you stored away your attic about, perhaps considering them inconsequential. age makes down through article history. mrs. wilmah ege-land bible hundred years old. holy book printed 1834. she 1841. come thru her family now possession. unusual symbols carries life. book, chair, quaint doll, picture album, 1001 things. why know we oldest thi village. team awaits standings tlie auxiliary drill today awaiting word linal standing competitive drilling feature eagle ritualistic lost one-teuth point competition. conclave. following parade sunday. ladies paraded four hours broiling heat reached 104 degrees. before leaving, women found per- iect score handicapped minute short nine min utes required. represented officially h. nal ley, secretary w. smith william wilker. others tended phillip schmauch, bruce, sabiera, art becker, matt lawless, herbert heiuebrodt. officers hose lauer, president; na lynch, annie miller, vice maude bahl, chaplain; freda conductor; rose younglass, meta inside guard. mae tippett, mildred moebius, mary edwards, grace kubuske, esther haas, nellie wilker, mil-dred radosevich, helen meesig, ann lechner, margaret gormley, smith, wacker, betty fackler, yentzer, jeanne mcgarvey, knispel, peggy mclntyre kathryn wpa projects council's attention discussion proposed occupied tuesday brought solons franklin lincoln-st, drawings stone wall both sides milan-av hill. offer sell works $200,000 i'ouncll night, private regu-lu meeting, discussed purchase lines unnerst co. thursday, attended representatives ol company coun- 11 consisting jlnien brown, mcqueen sa- mers, offered o soli $200,000. felt high pur value ompany's stock. refused 'lsten committee's )ffer, stating should leplacement lines. replacement placed "at organized stockholders purely public spirited proposition. cleveland bank survey proposal view toward learning paying proposition, not. anyway risk. improvements nave since, feel wortch original investment," said official. plans hold board ahairs discuss schedule ohio service request 6f possible power users. death claims residents claimed long-time yesterday today. hagen, 79, died home church-st. wednesday afternoon, good passed resident 59 ntter lingering illness. born germany, hagen came united states seven survived toy children, mrs., frod schroeder, birmingham, chagrin falls; henes frank services afternoon residence, st. peter's evangelical-reformed church 2 bev. c. e. schmidt officiating. burial cleveland-st. cemetery. good, 68, henrietta twpl, jan. 25, 1870, life henriet ta. amhmrst amherst, coming 30 ago. operated grocery store employed ship." ping stove works. before" retiring. congregational prominent mason. survivors include wife, lula brother, john elyria; stepson, floyd b. mclntyre, amherst; nieces, wm. goide, vincent, l. green, elyria;' nephews, lewis earl sanders, cleveland, harold am-herst, hobart page, donald sandusky. funeral arrangements incomplete, press' time. miller pointed scrap quarry dumps project. man hours, 8eek project, high. sub built side aiong boundary plot recently purchased retaining wall, remainder filled top. mayor cooper . eouncilmen agreed site see idea out. engineer tom laundon leported figures cost widening cleveland-av plans, street widened feet church-st tc forest-st corporation line. laundon's estimates, project $10,000 $2,c85. decided table m'eeting. garbage problem, perennial question, aeain thought joe kovach signed contract collecting, question bobbed calls $60 month months pickup $70 july, september pickups authorized collect twice werner zilch bad finished spreading slag crownhill cemetery roads loads needed compete slagging roadway around section. purchase. goiters plan tourney tennis tournaments nearing finals, soft-ball league preparing "little series" football air, group sports fans focus atten tion fqorite sport. golf, sport lfttle notice surprising supporters, limelight tournament decide championship materialize. wes kreeger geoffrey monger boys pushing golf whom haven't contacted interested tourney, like touch no definite' although run handicap basis. 36 affair undecided. expected played off oberlin course. entry-tee furnish prizes winners. among already walter mlschka maypard, schriner iconrad mulder, jim bill robertson, don granger, george innes, burton hoffner, leutz, leo armstrong, thomas, conrad zilch, smythe bob hubbard. hosts tho firemen's association -which (thursday,)
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-08-19|
|Date of Original||1938-08-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-08-19 20 32|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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