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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - February 8, 1933, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania GOOD EVENING of facing the fact is a ber self with a safety razor Colder Member of The Associated Press Truth Our Public Good Our Aim Read By Nearly Everybody In Adams ESTABLISHED 1902 GETTYSBURG PA WEDNESDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 8 1933 PRICE THREE CENTS ADD TO NUMBER OF CANDIDATES tOR POSTOFFICE Wilbur Stallsmith Seeks Burgess Post I Native Of Announces His Candidacy For j Nomination And ell Are Out In Front Wilbur J Stallsmith East I j street Gettysburg insurance agent j j today announced his for j WllliamS republican nomination for I HAS ELIMINATED SELF Mr a native of was graduated from j high school ua 1913 and i worked for the Adams county cold 1 storage company for a number of j years before entering the insurance i business This is the time he has public Decision that Gettysburg's next I postmaster muse be a resident of the borough of Gettysburg has been S definitely reached by Congressman i Harry K Haines who will make the appointment and town and county democratic party leaders Postmaster John H Eckert whose J j terra has expired and who is jn Default Of Bail De- PLEADS GUiLTY AT TRIAL mg as a holdover pending decision of the democrats on his successor is a resident of a Gettysburg rural route residing along the Lincoln highway about a mile east of town fendant Must Serve Jail Sentence Entering pleas of guilty to j charges of while under Two Eliminated This decision eliminates from the contest Jorm c Bream along the Fairfield road and several Jail other less active candidates for the of a before o influence of liquor and reckless driving J Albert Wishard of i Waynesboro was committed to the Seriously 111 Physicians expressed grave doubts as to the recovery of James F younger brother of Gen John J who taken to a Xew Dec 20 after he suffered a stroke of i Associated Press Photo Occupants Unhurt In Motor Mishap Car Driven By Robert Eldon Of Aspers Skids Into Telephone Pole In New Center Road Cuts Detour For Upper End Folk Car Forced From j Road Hits Stone Mt Tabor Road Now Being Graded I No One Bat Damage I Results To Driven By H Robert Scion of Aspers had Concrete Cannot Be Poured Until Spring On Si retch From Guernsey Road To Tyson's Dangerous Curve At Latter Place Being Eliminated car badly damaged Tuesday i it skidded at the turn near the home s fof Willis Lady in Scon who was driving applied the brakes in making the turn and car skidded to the side of the road j muddy detours f to the road where it ran a telephone pole j termers and other redeems which is Mr and Mrs Eldon and Mrs in the end of the county the through detour between No one was injured but the car j driven by George H field was damaged to the ex- tent of v hen it was forced from the highway in Tuesday evening at 6.30 o'clock The accident occurred when j drove to the left of the road to av oid striking a car entering the j FRANKLIN JURY S GLADHILL Man Is Named Defendant In Action Accident m i LAWRENCE IS PLAINTIFF tor repairs The cf the driver of the i As the result of an automobile other car vies noc learned the length of the detour which provides i residents in that section were for- ready access the o maice it in trie sprint This also cists down considerably report it is easy to es much mere seat i Charge Against merly required to make in order to The highway department i Youth Resulted From get to and from as a re- j workmen placed Fatal Accident operation of the surface or the Center state highway department of e been Habard T of i with concrete that j to en that section of burg Maryland was acquitted con of macadam along the secondary read day in the Franklin county j extending from the edge of the old I tern scheduled for similar court of a charge of involuntary concrete near the point where the and running slightly -ess than charge that country road forks tws miles from the enci of ths out of the death of Miss Mary Prior j off of the Carlisle highway to con- proved road north accident on road 1 last Saturday evening an action in 22 of the night with the new concrete at through Mt Tabor to the street hardw of January 13 in an automobile i point where the old main highway of route 271 m the vicinity of office who are served by the local a the Peace postoffice but who do not reside j Henry in I within- the borough limits It is understood that 1S considering as a candidate for associate judge for his temperament admirably fits his friends say The charges resulted from an on the Waynesboro road near Emmitsburg last Saturday afternoon when cars driven by I Wishard and the Rev Father Peter ee j Goad of Mt St Mary's manager of the j collided most i According to the 31 police j investigated Wishard and a Justice Stokes fined Wishard on rhp drunken driving charge i SIO on the reckless driving count Roy P dent and general Victor Products corporal mentioned for the and who in all livelihood could j been drinking i have snared the plum for the asking heavily a half gallon jar con- on the strength of his work lor the taming a small quantity of alleged democratic party in recent found in has practically eliminated j after accident i himself as a prospective appointee In view of the fact that the mastership now the full time of the appointee Mr houser notified his friends that his private business will not permit him to the Other Appear Mr Funkhouser has had many among bers of both among business people who are j large patrons of the postoffice Ic was felt that his appointment would insure a a tion Since Mr gees on obliquely to the left into 1 Peach Gien i trespass was instituted Tuesday j afternoon in the of S prothonotary by Harry T I Lawrence of Maryland I against Charles H Thompson et al of The action was filed by W ence Sheely Esq of t who represents Lawrence No ment of claim has been filed I Anna Belie Lawrence daughter of Harry T Lawrence K Thomas plaintiff in the action was seriously store injured in the accident She ed a voluntary ed a fractured skull broken leg and m the federal court for the I numerous lacerations and district of Pennsylvania at sions She was brought to the H- H Thomas Merchant i- iles tary Bankrupt Petition Because In Chicago Crops Are Ruined its verdict after an j i Eliminate Dangerous Curve j hour's deliberation the jury Resurface Road in Spring Some criticism cf the plans the Tuesday Sheriff John Warner hospital where today little ed the prosecution costs of the case Instead of taking the old detour j stare highway department in c Wibie was prevented from change was reported in her j be placed upon the county beyond Gardners by way of Center f Continued on Page mg a sheriff's sale of the goods and i tion in jail since his arrest fixtures In the Thomas store The injured girl was an occupant morning of a light touring car driven by j Sheriff Wible levied upon Boyer Stevens street store last week to satisfy Boyer attempted to stop behind a I ments held by Luther I Sachs truck said to been parked on Gettysburg contractor and Jacob i the highway The light car skidded i Sharrah of Cashtown 1 and crashed sideways into the rear Donald Swope Esq referee in of the truck i bankruptcy was notified by tiie j Boyer suffered two broken ribs morning the resaifc of the Thomas has filed a voluntary accident but is able to be about in bankruptcy Kb schedules I was driving home from a dance at White Mill when his machine over- turned on a curve near Roadside j Prior was seated on the lap i of her sister Ruth Prior 18 and 1 suffered a fractured skull eying Requiem High For aela girL and i T- lender of i I The three gLrls had Church j been with Gladhill in the f SUB-ZERO front seat while Crider had 1 akce in the rumble seat been Final rites were held rnig morning for the late F Codori Sr WiH Be Built In Adams Clearing operations preparatory to of a cf assets or liabilities Referee Swope's TEMPERATURES Hiccoughs End After 10 Days Patient Better I Man Is Seriously ffl I former local borough councilman and with a requiem high mass in St Francis I voir in Franklin township Adams j By The Associated fall crest of its officers fury todar with sub-zero j For Clifford E Tompkins Of tures transportation j Troy Xew Tork fering and even deaths ID a wide i John r county in the Michaux state have been started by the borough of j a Chambersburg The new reservoir i is to be located on Birch run about j upstream from section of the nanon From the far northwest to r Great Lakes region whence the icy out for Clifford E tate police anc motor patrolmen pastor of town brother of the deceased was j j the celebrant of the mass assisted bv the Sev Father Mark E Stock i donia park ort the Lincoln fo rhe SEate TOter and when com- i and There I News and Comment by THE EDITOR Germany Cattle Owners To Hold Public Meeting Friday this reservoir will be 3600 The rapidly changing business Fanners and cattle owners of Freedom township will hold a from intermittent coughs from which he suffered name was j for ten days came for Waiter first mentioned in connection with j Africa lumber salesman for the company burg Tuesday afternoon The hiccoughs which persisted careful medical attention blast apparently was headed salesman wno is wanted in The Hev Dr zong with a width of i of a community the size Tompkins Rev Dr Augustus L 01 finn f lf at school house the appointment many others have entered the contest who are likewise capable and qualified to give good service Much political maneuvering is east seaboard would be feeling j in Leonard hospital Troy and is Mary's college were in the sanctuary and treatment followed an attack that 11.000 homeless flooded chanty this vicinity shelters ana police stations ing on behind the scenes The out- i or influenza Mr Africa He has been ill since January 21 standing candidates for the office on the j John McDonnell leader in the i third ward former sealer of weights and measures for Adams county j s former candidate for county j seizures nad stopped but they treasurer who is making an j always reappeared until Tuesday dead from the j President in the nation's i The spasmodic seizures were not regular in the case of Mr Africa At times he would not hiccough and it was believed the i second largest i closed Street car transportation j was badly crippled The mercery church I to the esteem in which Mr Codori was held was the out- pouring of persons who viewed the III body at the Codori home on street Tuesday and j Dr Henry W A Hanson Will Ad- rung It is conservatively estimated dress Lancaster Teachers day Afternoon when they stopped that the hiccoughs candidate for county treasurer only intermittent during the Appointment Charles A also a former finally The fact was near zero with 10 below Kb immediate relief was in sight j Transportation Crippled j Dr Henry W A Hanson were lined with helpless dent of Gettysburg college that 1.000 persons visited the home to pay their respects Floral tributes i were both profuse and beautifuL Seven sons of the deceased were 600 feet The capacity is estimated of Gettysburg is reflected through at gallons Fishing be allowed in the reservoir and in Birch Run a noted trout stream The dam wiU be of the earth em- I the same number of members it 655 feet long and 62 j ten years ago feet high Rotary club today has only 3.3 A Pennsylvania firm has the con- who were members ten ago tract for construction operations i The total membership is 37 Preference for work will be given the membership roster of j this at o'clock to dis- like the Lions and Ro- tary clubs approximately cuss the state and federal plan of bovine tuberculosis eradication Dr H C Sutz of the bureau of animal industry Harrisburg is planning to be present to the details of testing The cattle owners of to citizens of Chambersburg and j Depression has evidently had its j township will hold a public weekly meetings of the Chambersburg has been j effect on attendance at the its water from the state for- ests since 1910 and pays the com- one-half of 1 per cent of the gross receipts from sale of water j something like on Friday evening at o'clock at Grove school eon clubs About ten years ago j to discuss T 3 testing If there the Gettysburg Rotary club had is sentiment for the test 38 consecutive j in these townships they will be The Hooding of the tract will necessitate the relocation of a Monday evening meetings j organized and a survey wfH be cut a single absentee Today at- section of the Grove tendance is averaging 75 to SO per former democratic county j past ten days prevented any greet man and likewise long active in j weakening democratic party affairs of tern county who undoubtedly has the support of his brother Colonel on the road to recovery a Williams an influential party j nurse is in attendance leader ad- s pallbearers They were William F j road a the i onri nf i and Joseph B of Gettysburg Mr Africa's Africa is now be- Mr and Mrs Africa reside in theran Edwin of STork John Charles S Sichard A and Robert S Codon j Along the Canadian border iina today Se represented the of Gettysburg j readings of 30 to 40 de- j united Lutheran ac the Interment was in the Catholic cemetery Eanson will address a meeting of reported dead in the wind swept i public school teachers of of forest Burned Child In I Serious Condition i cent each month according to club records Rotary is merely as an example the same conditions beins reflected other clubs here and elsewhere Announcement of the tenth an- of the pastorate of the among the cattle owners to determine if at least SO per cent jof the cattle owners desire to hare their cattle tested j At this time there remain but three townships Berwick waco and of ice 22 in county that have [not manifested an interest in the 3 test are com- couple others it W Flem Gilliland an apartment in the merchant who came within an ace j of landing the berth when Charles S Duncan was finally appointed during the Wilson regime 14 years ago Harry J Troxell former county treasurer Joseph Maguire Grover Bream Harry Paul B i provinces of Canada I ter in that city This address will i Unofficially it was 55 degrees be- be broadcast by radio station ow zero at Moran Two died from cold at Des Moines Lancaster at o'clock Howe Services On Friday Afternoon OFFICIALS or the indications The condition of Almeda 14 i 5 i who was burned when her dress i caught nre at a stove in Mountain view school Mt Tabor curing re- 1 cess Tuesday morning I scribed as Rer Earl J Bowman D D at Saint James Lutheran church i Franklin and Oxford nave us that this year marks the fied for the test and several other tenth anniversary of the coming townships are busy at work to Gettysburg of the Rev Dr Jung the cattle owners to apply lor A Hanson the test of Funeral services for airs freezing temperatures The Rocky mountain area Ramer and a hinted The appointment is for four years j 243 York street Tuesday momin The salary is a year The field is open for deserving democrats J Bowman officiating Inter- ment in Evergreen cemetery Friends may view the body at the funeral home Thursday evening evening from T to 9 Howe 76 who died at the J ne fc miner anc nf asd louis W Wagaman wer her son and Adams county's commissioners Harry A Parr H B Geiselman and the j S Tether Baltzley and their clerk j were guests of i Warner hospital todar j Fire Men Contents Of j Tns a Jag Found Among Rubbish Of gp 1 of winter's latest onslaught Mrs Edgar Fair Gardners R j was playing in the schoolroom when her cress caught fire She was I church 10 assume the presidency of Gettysburg 1 Both these have been fruitful cf much both have shown splendid i Blaine county Morristown 1C J Feb 8 severely burned from the waist both have history urer at dinner at ilr i WORK Broadcasts Local Programs Dr Frank H Kramer head of tie education department of college spoke from station Tork Tuesday afternoon at o'clock on tee Hummel Addresses Rotary FARM IS LEASED death Crops Ruined Unofficial reports said the president Of i dropped to 50 below at Eagle Nest Athletic Council Urges AH i Xew Mexico Oklahoma had sub- Boys To Be Pate zero readings and snow with one men are dead and a third is the knees dying from the effects of drinking i poison which because of its liarly sweet Savor the was ueach Five of them State Display I ples of for their institutions the theran and the both have by their precepts provided splendid i Missouri Senator i Is Dinner Speaker I Democrats Of Adams Tors t Franklin Counties At Assembly In York Hotel drank all but a pint from a Works Of Mrs Elsie j Passing of the Old School Next Tuesday Dr D A of subject j leased Meadow Valley farm Ko i man frozen to death in Similar con- George H of Tork ead men Michael ski and George Douglass George is in a hospital Physicians Included In Pennsylvania the i president of the athletic council at said he will probably die Among the original manuscripts of a dozen of Pennsylvania's lead- a mile and a half north of town 1 ruined on the Carlisle road and announces Jea i above to zero Aut i Ozarks farm experts said the peach collese sooke on Another man ho drank some of 1 ing and women wnters ob- This year too marks the tenth anniversary of the present and management of The the daily paper property been quired from the ST Hafer on farch 15 1923 Since on Pace Three Texas at the weekly meeting the is missing Police be- ranging from the Gettysburg Rotary club at the he may have wandered off en Fortenbaugh head of the that it wiU be tenanted after April W C A Monday evening department will be the I bv John F Cool Gettysburg R 3 Jce snow ana He urged the Rotarians to be also of near Greenmount The caused deatns m to their boys and to other er On Saturday afternoon at lease was consummated through P j into the woods and died The fifth I apparently was unaffected One cf the men found the jug by the state museum ana on exhibition in a prominent SPOrtSmen Honor Grad o'clock a program of sport events W Stallsmith real estate agency wiR be broadcast sponsored by the j and representative here of the Joint linois In northern Illinois the described as one of the boys pointing out that the boy of among rubbish consigned to a city today is the citizen of tomorrow dump alumni club A feature will be a quartet singing an original song The March of tne Bullets WEATHER REPORT Eastern Partly and much colder tonight with a cold wave Probably snow flurries in north and west portions Thursday partly and er Stock Land bank York city He also pleaded for the corporation many years One man who i support of the j left his home in Chicago six organizations even in times of MARRIED IN HANOVER S S OFFICERS TO MEET Officers and teachers of the Gettysburg Presbyterian Sunday school will meet this evening after the regular prayer ice tc perfect organization of the senior and young people's ments as well as a teacher training class ago to roam the streets in quest employment suddenly went blind shortly after the storm struck MEETING The Glenwood association will be held Friday ruary 10 Included in the ment for the evening will be music stress asserting that such iliss Annie Pascoe daughter of i place in the museum lobby in risburg are these of Mrs Elsie Singmaster Lewars of Gettysburg Other authors represented in the display Henry Van Dyke Wister Ida TarbelL Lloyd Margaret Mark Sullivan Christopher Morley Mayo Joseph Frederick Weidner Of Is Elected President Of Xew Association Democrats of Adams county attend the 1 ner the day night February II Trill hear address fay United States tor Bennett C ClarS of a son of a famous democrat of other 1 cays Champ Clars i Guests from and counties also attend the On the the senator ce Earry cf iin S York chairman of the ce It is exceeded that J attend the I Frederick P Weidner a member POSTS cf the faculty af the Clearfield high BAH AT k i u are more at Maria Pascoe and times than during prosperous days town and Horace B son of Mrs Cora Legore Hanover were GET LICENSE by Justice of the Peace L A marriage license was issued at i D Sell at a civil ceremony con- the office of Clayton F Palmer clerk of the courts Tuesday after- noon to Bruce E Witter and ces E Harman both of by Mrs R Stoops and son William town ducted in his office Hanover day evening at o'clock The ceremony was witnessed by Mrs Mary Folmer Squire Sell's tary Helen B Martin The manuscripts will remain in the museum for an indefinite riod as companion exhibits of original compositions by vania musicians S Eberly for whom a tench warrant was in court at chimney Wo them for Call I school and graduate of Gettysburg college class of 1925 has been elected president of the Old j association a new appeared before tiie clerk of hunting group organized by j the court in Gettysburg men of Clearfield and afternoon posted bail county S for his appearance in court when Mr Weidner is a son-in-law of wanted Eberly was convicted in Mr and Mrs Clyde Mumper South j January court in Adams county on Straiten street 4 a charge of
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