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ovcra amherst news-times volume xx, number our washington; news letter washinton, sept. 7 with the vacation season closed, country and its politicians are now devoting more attention to current problems. politics is, of course, daily dish here, but events abroad have given affairs a spicy international flavor. tocsins war overseas turn talk probable influence on questions american policy. actual hostilities could start boom similar one which preceded participa tion in world war. government now, as then, would be confronted multi tude issues mainly centered around speculative aspects "boom days." conversations federal leaders indicate their lief effectiveness existing statutory powers curb out resorting emergency meas sures. characterized hectic scene than two de cades ago. it is argued that roosevelt administration h garnered many implements control over industry trade during last five years so task clamping down fracas relatively simple. there some doubt real scope neutrall ty act was designed meet situations arising foreign wars. unlikely european combat this fall require special session congress unless america seriously involved. differences political families remain settled 18 states month. four nnmlnntlhv" conventions' s6h6duled itvi'"n""a " w while' primaries are" booked other' areas. naturally, spotlighted area's "purge" movement maryland ald georgia where senators tyd-lugs tieorge pur'gees lesistihg white house pressure voters. copies campaign speeches received here show candidates making extravagant promises little hope or intention 6f good. defeat senator mcadoo, who served secretary treasury wilson regime, had disturbing effect leaders. votes rolled up by downey california platform grant ing pensions at $30 week has impressed others seeking office. issue may plague next congress. critics plan foresee raids revival ill-fated townsend scheme. reported quietly passed word nation-wide strike railway employees not wanted. willing strain arbitration machinery prevent paralysis these vital arteries. president expected postpone another crisis appointing fact-finding body negotiations between carriers workers an impasse. organized labor's contention wages first hen revenues modified peace move. report a. f. l. wek showing bright outlook been hailed agencies dealing unemployment. records labor unions employment gains august were greater any month year. significantly, says cases industries good earnings prospects, "this time for study carefully particular problems confronting companies employing them" hint demanding higher wages. producers distributors commodities adjusting surveys potential markets harmonize latest findings "consumer incomes tho united 1935-193g" just made public. exhaustive piece research will followed analysis how we spent money years. statisticians, economists other researchers appreciatively seized because contains data too costly private gather. 35 new system s. so. school students 12 grades .have divided six-six seventh eighth high school. supt. e. litzenberg attendance figure day was. 371 he experts increase 380 fore finished. course add ed curriculum. home economics. subject form ly offered freshmen soph omore girls available also junior senior girls. being under smith hughes miss roma krumni, graduate ohio i' teacher. grade days week. meantime, indus trial arts boys. boys opportunity course. increased enrollment created crowded condition hall. said 10 25 pupils year complete south (acuity is: mrs. helen pierce, grade; esther schatz, second elowyse kay, third gfade; hazel metz, fourth thelma schnaak, fifth flora pike, sixth william lantz glenn slusser, eighth; glen stevenson', industrial arts; reitz, english latin; wini- ii eu i'uweu, cuiumerciui ; uuiuuii splete, science: krunim. ' 124 )i, joseph's classes st. parochi al resumed tuesday morning when pupils, fivb year, answered roll 'call. same teaching force back -with sister beatrice marie grade, lillian, and. sixth, rose ann, fourth, marilyn, second. sisters summer, attending college cleveland. largest history 17 sec ond. 15 third, 14 fifth, 1g 16 11 eighth. smallest graduating ever had. proves happiest r. perhaps you've already told, my young teen-age friends, those you spend you'll experience. if i remember aright, probably haven't lieved it. sincerely desiring road toward conviction hold steadfastly come, shall set few reasons why should consider brigtit-haired children old father time. let's begin! still liv home, mother brothers you. your dally associates acquaintances, them childhood playmates whose family life familiar do thing spectacular yet. isn't ripe make mark compe tition 50,000,000 folks, sp you're par everyone about glor ious state existence in, ask me, lasting only till find yourself open, getting education teachers. see marion steele, principal, she helps shirley sweet, student, arrange her bank paying pividend officials banking department today (thursday) gan issuing checks final payment liquidation defunct savings co. represent dividend 10.2 per cent, total 75.2 cent paid since closed. local office closed after tomorrow all persons receive send columbus them. true per- pons claims against never filed long list people published news-times. large coming they nev' er claims. aren't week, applications sent necessary go through deal red tape before paid. among stifling yawn mouths differently, "you look alike me." wo cherish memories happy times wo've . recall big social event career hallowe'en party initiated upper classmen. custom until incoming drank much cider. night weren't more. initiation .parties might lead believe faculty met secret sophomore memorable superintendent, mr. bay, his teachers decided paper. can bay (and what grand person was!) standing deskjn auditorium, reading staff selected. named literary editor, proud be. fred powers, fresh from (continued page four) friday, september 9, 1938 readin'. ritiiik rithmatic again work theirs, giving studies teachers, studying am herst schools settling into stride nine months grind three period. half held tuesday, program wednesday chiefly starting today. rush confusion attendant days, unable give definite figures estimated slightly opening j 759 enrolled beginning year's term. hand greet morning. lucille isurge, wellington; mary schriver, belden; robert cameron, lorain; wade bruns, wayne, carl deeds. hurge teach combined grades; schriver division bruns high; cameron charge commercial deeds teacher smith-hughes agricultural each afternoons brown-helm, established anil running smoothly, plans several evening rural interested subjects. taught former art room latter moved upstairs southeast corner. proved attractive youths live district. farm accident fatal injuries fell front mowing machine pulled runaway team la-t thursday john csinsak. go. occurred died latu hospital. survived eight children, arthur wright, amherst, joseph, louis, theodore, william, robert, annabel xlary black, home. funeral services saturday afternoon burial rldgehlll memorial cemetery. belongs village tak includes: mcr-garet schneider, margaret pandy, burge, third; lahiff. gaehr maibolle sutliffe, edna boiler florence ehrman, dorothy jones, music; norwood hearn, manual trainirg, iona good, art; hubbard, physical english; selma warkentiu, domestic science; mays, geography economics; 'english mathematics; ethel eppley. leach, doro thea zilch, mathema tics; johnstone, history; kath-ryn murray, french english, rice, speech; commercial; engle, science, principal; grace purcell, superintendent ofifcer; superintendent. curfew ring again. edict council night. step taken restore nightly ringing loitering streets. curfew, rung past years, heard every 9 p. m., signaling youngsters sentiment expressed near future present ordinance repealed drastic one, fashioned mansfield, enacted. place burden parents, subjecting fine. law improvement: "best" enough tomorrow. sandstone repeal barber urged appeal repealing recently enacted barbers regular frank towne. towne, signers petition requesting ordinance, told solons handicap chances earning livelihood profession. police warning fssued throughout destroying street signs installed early summer. both officers mays earl issued statement? 'tying tampering arrested punished. pointing $g00 install signs, matter community pride offenders seen. stated climb poles then hang arms. action bends attempt straighten them, break. sign corner spring mill-st "completely broken off, officer reports. friday strictly enforced. help keep bicycles off dark. become chronic parents arrested. ed. brucker wed. death brucker, 51, life-long resident came distinct shock entire community. ill monday shortly midnight while enroute tc bom raised vicinity. lived east whlskeyville. active civic here. elected term township trustee. most faithful moebius, veteran clerk board started serving did, misled meetings. progressive steps remodeling town hall ago improvement roads such extent they, county governments. played part caller dances, demand. activity built circle friends county. member peter's evangelical church organizations. widow; ralph, elyria, hel en, mae home; father, jacob amherst; sisters, elmer baxter, schwartz, elyria; brothers, albert amherst. late residence 2 m. crownhill fire dept. called basement flro paul poor dewey-rd tue'sday afternoon. oil burner hot water heater. damage small, chief stiwald reported. firemen false 9:30 center working hours reduced exception saturday. al-t,p men going surrounding communities get & haircut however, no council. fact legally handcuffed members towne request. dr. mcqueen did appear later tom finnegan absent. takes councilmen ordinance. engineer laundon prepare wpa projects. east-st paving project soon finished "declared eewer take very complete. discussed possible projects relay repair sidewalks occupied attention. try property owners material furnishng wpa. presented 29 residents living vicinity ot freight depot asking smoke nuisance resulting tar heating operations there. done h. j. hart, repairing n. lake-st. almost mayor cooper instructed hart continue west side spur track future. c. warned cut weeds property. thus far cost added owner's tax duplicate. crowd saw regatta annual beaver park boat club, ago, 1,000 watching competition. rough doubly interesting the" pilots power boats, entrants, great difficulty controlling craft. race day, saegors took prize steering coleman's broke. lok-en hessler third. program, louis charles won daley joe two-cylinder event. henry hammill mystery race. ray brodner, him competition, forced sos motor "exploded". canoe tilting provided amusement. roy ben schaeffer teamed win wmle harold decnario combinations order races. bob aebersold nosed single cylinder race, program. district meeting sandusky sunday monthly ten fraternal eagles bo sandusky. announcement" mado aorlo inght. planning attend.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 1938-09-09|
|Date of Original||1938-09-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst News-Times, 1938-09-09 20 35|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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