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amherst news-times volume xx, number our washington news letter washington, august 25 saber-rattling in european war cor-lidors has awakened latent interest foreign policy. it not, however, created sufficient cur ore to completely distract the people's attention from domestic liattles political arena. with perspiring candidates conducting a ballyhoo at farmer's picnics and partisan rallies, is indeed difficult forget men end women seeking public office. no politician would be worth his salt if folks ignored him campaign season. interlude between primaries elections finds sage leaders valiantly endeavoring repair damages their party machines due feuds which failed heel after primary results were known. impartial observers of po litical scene must have long memories distinguish shadow-boxing real punches. hoosevelt vendetto georgia set tongues wagging because its long-range objective. one only re member that senator george an important figure determined band demo crats, who been quietly work on broad plan wrest control machinery new deal element fore 1940 nominating con vention. btated georgia's dignified solon worked hand glove less personage than "vice-president the. u.s.a., acknowledged as craftsman having powerful following congress. true, course, subtleties jar': garner unheralded rank file. round-up delegates delegations not accomplished by blare trumpets. argued, some degree plausibility, mr. roosevelt's open assult george's candidacy calculated strike terror those are prepared block or anointed successor democratic national convention 1940. exchange correspondence among agents members coterie indicates rejection bid for re-nomination might slowing effect, but definitely check movement too well-organized bo sidetracked occasional reversal. schism may become more pronounced event triumphs polls. government economists betting heavily business upturn september. aside economic benefits tho country whole, advocates spending dependent this recovery to' justify then-theories enormous outpouring federal funds allegedly relief purposes. constantly increasing complaints about abuses w.p.a. monfjy oljtjcal gain probably stilled good times made people critical policies. meanwhile pressure felt quicker distribution w.p. a. projects. fact, all applicants notified they qualify before october 1 preferably september 15 six weeks elections. topics absorbing whose duties keep them torrid offices include: possible effect canadian speech reinforcing secretary state hull's international idealism fallen deaf oars ki chancellories; what will follow wage hour administrator andrews early exploration textile industry, particularly low areas south; whether par-tlcularly senate investigation taken seriously veteran campaigners, like guffy pennsylvania, alleged undercover tactics soliciting considered innocuous warnings. 33 call special ' election s. reconsider $22,000 bond issue finance village's share cost complete improvements south school hold sept. 20, according steps board education there monday night. was voted primal ies had majority vote 212 119 against lacked four votes necessary 65 per cent. supporters point fact supply ballots day ran out approximately 30 short. believe many heard shortage didn't come others did couldn't get back. further pointed lorain-co gave permission allow i these polls closed few took advantage it. $40,000 pwa project addition began years ago give modern, up date plant. pay $18,000 total cost. investigated postal sites 'c. c. hart, site agent united states department town first part week, checking over site3 offered proposed post office building here. he send report carefully setting forth advantages disadvantages each site. final decision joint committee treasury departments. projects kind handled master general under congressional legislation, hart said. eight different proposals included 11 properties, near district. properties .combined bids. during past include oil co. fred holz-hauer park-av; o. h. baker co., drs. wiseman e. w. lahlff park-av cleveland-av; baker, ehrman harris church-st. politics could worse. do use gas masks. brownhelm pastor proves very diversified rev. cook, last sunday night installed congregational church, crowded church worshippers, undoubtedly find hard regard present charge anything other vacation strenuous gypsum, ohio. cook community also teacher, teaching seven classes junior high school. this, scoutmaster boy scout troop. native england, born massachussets most life vicinity hartford, conn. received college training attending university amherst. then viewpoint, continued oberlin, graduating seminary 1928. went immediately port clinton. gypsum itself, 300 population quite farming three mills seen firemen's picnic county cabinet meet here tonite ep- league tonight local methodist church. ger ald van keuren presl dent pre side tonight's meeting. manufacture products. little centers themselves came cook's parish. such charge, time himself. chief reason why particular tnobby outside liking "fool around tools". devoted house ons achievements replica marblehead lighthouse marblehead, mrs. children, carol, eight, twin boys, billy bobbyi old. family five. sisters, whom still .in eldest sister director religious edwards northhampton while another librarian fourth works st,ate parks connecticut. several peaceful brownhelm, incidentally,' likes much, you can't blame feeling practically (his recent years. friday, 26, 1938 form beaver park boat club formed meeting held friday officers elected committees appointed attended 60 interested persons. membership chiefly persons lorain although sections nearby towns represented. next park. week's meeting, refreshments served. donated dr. g. schaef-fer central hardware lorain. l. glatz commodore john michael, vice commodore; roy schaef-fer, fleet captain; f. mcqueen, surgeon; jack o'hara, treasurer; schaeffer, russell charles selzer, official board. entertainment, r. brodeur, hessler johnson; regatta, glatz, hessler, schaeffer henry ham- mill; membership, aebersold jos. smith; nomination, tom russell. zilch underwent goiter operation conrad admitted cleveland clinic week op eration inward goiter. reported resting comfortably confined week. well despite rain afternoon, annual outing fire brand't attended. washed program music amusements kept crowd entertained time. ball game lire augumentlng lineups players. officials decided innings tied so called treated players refreshments. pupils interviewed pre-school conferences miss marion steele, principal announced wish change schedules coming year urged see steele class. seniors tuesday, juniors wednesday sophomores thursday. ah freshmen gather assembly 9 m. friday. cloverleaf cub afternoon william bechstein instead arthur engle previously reported. old articles found village search items now being conducted brought light bible old, newspaper containing accounts wa3h ington's death pieces antique furniture. bill robertson owns passed through centuries. printed 1621. newspaper, dated jan. 4, 1800 kingston, ulster-co, york, reposes safe j. bodman store. paper 35 years, purchasing dime. remarkable shape document. columns far modern newspaper. great doings happenings capltols europe. advertisements offering negroes sale. michael lias sandstone center world engineer hired water plant survey council tuesday session discuss municipal solons met directors. asking $200,000 purchase lines village. directors feel since system increased value greatly. dividend ill paid fifth payment liquidation savings banking 8th 9th, announcement 10.2 cent approved courts bring dividends 75.2 claims certificate proof claim loraln-co two days. representatives days, order secure checks that, certificates columbus. mailed big reduction file bank previously. thero urge above mentioned dates. filed then, sent columbus where take much approved. radio skit sunday-several group appeared fashioned barn dance skit, station wcle, cleveland, burt's amateur sunday. carrying parts, gowned long, full, "mother hubbards" sun bonnets, wore overalls, plaid bhlrts red bandannas. taking ackerman here, myrtle bailey ralph myers, amherst, frank woolridge, bernice filmore elyrla chester furnished eugene benolf mabel mchcnry shutts lo-lain, ray fillmore, eiyria, calling. act billed "jack jill willies." tallow lamp 100 learned delfleld, middle ridge, reports interesting her collection. 90 written german script. she chlnaware glass ware 76 however prized possessions rocker, 115 ladder back chair 78 kerosene lamps 75 item collection arm once graced room desk chair. right, folks, do. -have can compare delfleld's look your attic. drag relics. story connected them; xfct tb,e new&ftims know them. bound plenty interest. price high. resolution giving affairs authority hire make view buying plant.. discussing proposition time, fame substantially lower rates both water. councllmen alvin brown sabiers oifered company's equipment, paying par stock. revealed ohio service scale power upon investigation, rate rate. believes company preparing offer. cafes discussed concerned petition circulated it' section, urging liquor ordinance amended entertainment cafes. proposal mayor cooper stated "a statute prohibits places drawn . conform statute. strictly enforced." named tax suit mortgage loan common pleas court, declaring assessment taxes property owned question located northwpst intersection lincoln-st e, martin-av. 125 foot frontage suit, names treasurer walter wright auditor kelser defendants, asks injunction assessments judgement $597. valuation property) $240 $200 illegal. $597 $797 al-ready certified assessments. announce changes bus schedule lake erie southern stages inc. busses running changed northbound leave 7:30 m., 12:25 p. 3:30 4:50, 8:25 9:60 five minutes earlier. loudonville 8:05 11:35 4:05 oberlin destination leaves 1:40 go 5:50 9:40 later. legion picnic. american be- bechstein's woods. the" jion auxiliary basket sup-per feature.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-08-26|
|Date of Original||1938-08-26|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-08-26 20 33|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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