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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - March 12, 1951, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania Weather Forecast Some cloudiness and little change in Low tonight 28 to 32. THE GETTYSBURG TIMES Truth Our Public Good Our Aim ESTABLISHED 1902 With Honor To Ourselves And Profit To Our Patrons VoL 49, No. 61 Adams County's Only Daily Newspaper MONDAY MARCH 12. 1951 Leased Wire Member of Tne Associated Press Evening Funny thing about You can't get rid of it by losing it. PRICE THREE CENTS S. FRATS ARE Bank Cashier And A Founder j ANNUAL DINNERS Or South Mountain Dies S. A. 81. one of founders of the South Mountain Fair association and for many years cashier of the National died at his home in viile at o'clock this morning of following an illness of five Mr. Skinner was born at Dry a son of the late John and 5in- maline Woods He attended business college in Pittsburgh and returned to Dry where for 20 years he operated a general store and served as postmaster and justice of the Services Wednesday He came to Arendtsville in 1915 and became cashier of the bank in this position until his retirement in 1942. He was for several years treasurer of South Mountain which he helped and a member of Lutheran church of He is survived bv his Jeanette Burke whom he married 44 years one j Mrs. John Hauser three j Jeanette Burke whom he John Funeral services Wednesday an 2 o'clock at the Bender funeral Scheibel Interment will be in Norland j Friends may call at the funeral 1 Tuesday evening after 71 I SATURDAY To Sing For A Seminary quartet composed of j of Russell Richard Franklin Higbe and Robert Summer will sing for ihe members of she j Woman's club of Gettysburg at the club's meeting at the Seminary William Wednesday afternoon at 2 retiring president of the was awarded the Charles H. Smith j The speaker will be the Rev. I cup as the outstanding Phi Gam j Herbert H. seminary Xi chapter at the annual His subject will be ris Pig Saturday Off Old Mrs. E. S. j at the fraternity college Lewars will the de- j and Mrs. Ralph Beim More than 135 alumni and under- C. ASKING BONUS A petition from school teachers of trie Gettysburg joint school tem asking for a of bonus will be placed before the school board at March meeting this evening at the Three Alarms In 3 Hours Saturday Gettysburg firemen -a ere called three times Saturday within three Two of the calls for grass and the third an auto- The first call was at for a grass are in the rear of the 2 Russian Jet Planes Collide While Chasing Yank Over Northwest Korean Front of graduates heard section chief of Service are j Reedy five miles eas on the Lincoln While firemen were at this grass other firemen were called to burg high school it was and South leamed With about 65 teachers in the 1 To Address Service the of j George Harvey praise Xi chapier of the The conus would be about 750 as group which causes me less Edmund W. 1 worry than anv Cecil Mrs. A. Wentz is I secretary of the Board ot of i S. A DIES ON SUNDAY TRAFFIC JAM CORRECTED ON TOWN STREET j and president of Dixie Cup i pleaded with the graduates to j return to the house as often as He told the j have a better chance than the j graduates had when they were in 1 school because Phi Gamma Delta i i is a better fraternity j Cash prizes presented included J 1 to Eugene E. Coder for the best scholastic average the previous two j j to James J. Soden for j the second best scholastic j to Charles McElfrish for the l best pledge and to George Pentz for the second best pledge Entertainment consisted of i sical songs through the by Howard Sheetz and and movies of the Bucknell Gettysburg football J S. Kice Presides COMMITTEE ON FRIENDLY TOWN PROJECT NAMED The which was circulated by a committee of the local branch of the Pennsylvania State Education now is in the hands of 1U C. Gettysburg superintendent of Dr. fauver said he will turn the petition over to joint board officers or the teacher committee for presentation this Charles sixth grade teacher ai the Meade school s ing here and president of the f March 12 I lar explosion of two colliding jet planes stole the Guild Tuesday spotlight today as ground behind re- Women's Service of the treating ton when automobile church meet The were trying to make a day tile church tight turn while chasing an assembly room at with can They larl C. manager of cut it fine collided and ex- s the The program has Maurice Fiscel remen owned Ai 1 firemen were again to a back of the fruit to extinguish a grass been arranged by Circle I Miss Mrs. Keller ivill a vocal bv Mrs members wishes 10 donate CHAMBERLAIN GETS 6 MONTHS IN COUNTY J. Gettysburg R. 5, was sentenced this bv the Adams county to six months to a year in the county i iii from New York city here this for of oa a charge of The dinner A r A dam show rve ever been said Arthur Walton of one of the pilots in a night of four attacked by 16 speedy Red The four reported they clothing for refugees may damaged four other in a Clark West Adams me committee for a number of underprivileged children branch of the said at today that far as I know all the teachers have Many Already Granted He pointed out that many bring to meet ing The church will also be open Thursday trom 7 to 3 o'clock 10 is well as able clothing or shoes for women and Thac bag of damaged to seven for the biggest two days of jet mg over northwest in this mer for The committee was announced have been tence will run from March date of his being placed In jail on TO ADDRESS Dean W. E. Gettysburg t the meeting of the day erts for children from tenement districts and understand that at one Double parking in the first of Chambersburg street Sunday morning was practically S eat during the hours of church Musselman reported on the and incoming Howard told of plans for the coming C. the local com- Ln Adams ior Rev. Clyde ir Purple Heart w Rev. Fr. Anthony L- u Another who is Lutner I. Locust was money stolen and must pav the costs in this case and in a previous case before he can seek a Franklin S. a U. S. Marine from was sentenced to 30 hi jail and ordered to pay a fine and the costs on a drunken driving The court noted that if conditions a parole would be prior to the expiration of the ROTC students who will graduate from colleges and in- Red Resistance Folds A total of 61 MIGs in flights 10 to 20- engaged and in four dogfights Sunday and Cn the d. Red resistance collapsed on the east central a along the west-central sector of the advancing 70-mile United nations tank columns rolled to within five miles of chon on the west-central is a great troop staging area and once was reported to be Chinese general forces met little resistance as they probed within sight of the big Red supply Only the Reds before fought stiff H- 2. I morning at o'clock a j Saturday by Burgess f complication of He Hani G. bags been in iH health for abotE six I were placed on seven three in front of the and four in Mr. Brown in front of the news In a son of the isce Jaccb police Daniel Jesse Gettysburg R. 5, they would make a and com- stand missioned in the Organized Reserve a number of these man of aat given a suspended sentence June ordered into i i Tn OT included among the arrive Gettysburg on brothers at the initiation ceremony for in j on Page 7} Kew Charles A. and Catherine R. He j ler and Raymond E. were president and was a farmer and resided most stationed to see that there was HO his life in where ae double Several motorists who stopped Donald G. E b fa e r z. recording corresponding and j Surviving are ais one grand- j were warned by the and 3iQles. Jr. The re- cwo others were allowed to drive to the officers Funeral services Wednesday at 2 curbs to load or unload in front of Frederick E. at the the in front of the news HOLY NAME TO MEET IN Y circulated the said this afternoon that the has issued a list of 155 school districts in the state have voted of living to their On the liss these districts from this part of the East Spring Grove and he a charge of violating the public sistance ace by obtaining under false He active military the army an- The army estimated said to have made restitution of he received from public Charge Dismissed Thomas Hanover on a burglary and larceny charge was ordered to appear again the contemplated order would Canadian and Australian troops were within five miles of on the They were 22 miles south of the 38th Three Mile Gain approximately A n s Cavalry Division The plan calls for ordering into force stabbed three miles forward active service those who were de- Monday to within nve miles of the ferred from Selective Service under an ROTC deferment well as those members of the Frederick E. and Martin Slade was named j Chapel P. i man of a committee to arrange for April 28 and posted bail for his re- s on toe 1" preaching the Reserve Corps were reported six miles I A petition to amend the frora nor York by i long enough to get the Gilbert recording j attendance ac the regional Holy Samuel 3. in They were not allowed to remain Christ in York to police someone stole Friends may call ac the funeral two of the meter meeting to be held April 19. home Tuesday after 7 j Burgess Weaver said today that and The at the weekly meeting of Dinner committee was composed the local society Sunday James P. Harry D. m the parochial and W. Robert Included world that humanism is is a terribly shaking and shaken declared Dr. Harry F. Lutheran port order of Donald more was continued to April 20. Mr. Louey was unable to appear today because of Following a execute an ROTC deferment Korth Korean resistance collapsed who have had less than two j on east-central Allied active lederai service as of- moved in quickly behind the of Freight Fr. Anthony ir. in against Charles the regulations will be continued among the guests were members j of St. Francis Xavier church urged Brua Sundar in 5. dismissed with every Sunday morning to relieve Lafayette increased attendance ac the regional lone of the that a case was warrant officers or Reds and seized These students mar Mount Taemi firing a failure to yield the right of way service upon of the peak the traffic and officers will block 1 during church and and Sigma Epsilon activities of the society and also week-end urged membership in the Knights Gettysburg not Daisy Iron was James P. 42, of ley W. brakeman on the Cumberland branch of vania was readers killed day when their freight engine one car ams man's mother is the former Miss in the rally held sister of Paul j day in the Gettysburg high school A rounder Day dinner le vania of Dr. James grand the anniversary of of the local SL of and Charles S. Baughman us ram of Sigma Alpha j charter member of the to Him who alone is the world of Slven a suspended placed the world of on Probation for one year and dered to pay the of for the use of the county when she Hanson Gce hundred and seventy-five Ad- Eminent supreme recorder of as the Communion breakfast to be held read the The ns county Girl Scouts participated one principal by the society April S following the male chorus presented Dr. traced briefly the tory of the fraternity its pronounced Buchanan The j Today is the 39th founding in 1856 to the accident occurred near j of the founding of Girl Gettysburg chapter was W. Va. E. EL Scouting by was the second railroader j The morning program included reported and Dr. Baushman Plans for the forthcoming card the party were Raymond Bowling and William GUEST SPEAKER established north of the McCleaf entertained musical he and iie selections following the Frank H. professor of Sowers is survived by his widow j group singing led by Mrs. Joseph the local group to to be President George Kaenn presided education at Gettysburg college and ten Funeral services J Baker and games were in charge of a leader among SAE chapters for in will be conducted Tuesday morning j the Misses Sue Hunsberger and at 10 o'clock in St. Joseph's Catholic Josie students at Gettysburg Berkeley A nosebag luncheon was held in the cafeteria at noon following HOSPITAL REPORT which a movie on camping w Barbara Gettysburg Three directors were elected at a Saturday afternoon of the Pennsylvania Delta Karl Grant and Rev. Paul Vi oe the guest at the ly meeting of the Woman's club of scheduled for o'clock this at Hotel support was told to work for sentence on a charge of malicious The court her that if she gets in trouble she receive the Orders In Other Cases Bail was given by Elmer T. to ir. April on a charge of drunken Tine port order against A Union v. as dismissed Mr. and Mrs. appeared in court to they had reconciled their Eari tanna R. is a1 rears on a if they Special Training It is the army to order these newly commissioned of- to their basic branch service j school for 90 days upon re-entering the active Those have nos an ROTC and who have more than two prior tive federal service will not be j dered to extended active duty upon graduation unless they Ir is contemplated that students will be ordered into the active military straightened om the east-central It was dented five miles last week by a ferocious Korean Red Front line officers said no danger of further buckling of the line in that Deflate Red Balloon Lt. Gen. Matthew B. TT Eighth told war correspondents have let a lot of air out of tiie inflated balloon of the Chinese tary In six days the Allied offensive has or wounded during present i about 33fjGQ HI the ment of December 25. 3: Ruth 36 West Thirty dollars was contributed to Henry M. Scharf presided in Will Address Dr. will discuss Mrs. Amos wife of with detailed mention of such York Springs Methodist related subjects as snuff jade on and Carol Ann the Juliette Low Friendship fund the of the and a native of be the and other carved hard i ITI T 3 were operated upon the afternoon program in the in charge of a principal speaker at a of Warner hospital this morning for the J gymnasium via a wishing well where service for the late P. B. York Springs j NAMED CLUB SECRETARY Saturday Evening Automobiles operated by Wilbur Gettysburg R 1. anc Paul Sared in 11 10 ment contributions and wishes were made association tonight at 8 o'clock in j Joanne daughter of Mr. Mrs. John R. i by representatives of various troops a member of the class She will and Melvin B. L- 246 York Orrtanna R. Reuben attired in costumes of various given a 50-year the educational in the has been elected secretary of a collision on York street Aspers R. 1: Mrs. Bapper j The fund is for the Five ail members of the the Art club at the State according to a Taneytown R. 2; Elmer J mg of Girl Scouting and girl guides the It j A is in charge Pa. She is a police report Mrs. Clarence 1 j throughout the world to bring i believed to the largest single of Ralph Hikes and Mrs. Joel more in the education West Mrs. gether Scouts and guides from in the Jr. Taneytown R. 1; Charles ferent so that there mav The brothers i H. 1: Frederick j oe a growth in understanding of A- Mrs. Clifton each other and of the John E- alld of 2; Mrs. Melvin j that uniforms Lemoyne and Ernest L. Gettysburg R. 2; Mrs. Edward J The program concluded with the Gettysburg R. 4. and of TroxelL Rocky Md. tionai Girl Scout Mrs. Sylvester and infant 700 South j Washington G. White and infant Held pers 2: Mrs. Richard Staley and infant Dale Funeral services for Edgar Amish Children Must Attend School Until 16th Is Police -a as to make a left turn into Alley the school and Grouse was about to pass the Exans No one was injured Damage to Evans car was estimated and to the Grouse car at SIC the ratio of Com- munist casualties to losses was over 60 to 1." The said would be a tremendous victory for the United if the ended at Tne Parallel line between Hed North acd lican Bur. Ridgway he knew of no plan to esc the Communist failed to drive us into trie would oe a for her of The decree to which we deflate her he the millions of people in Asia he react o- of This would be 01 tremendous im- Phi Sigma Kappa i Dr. John C. head of. March 12 The t industrious the department of pharmacology at j State Superior today upheld and thrifty Their contribution to the University of Maryland a Lancaster county decision was the speaker Amish children must attend j evening at the annual school until they are 16 years of Gun Is Confiscated welfare is Sunday J. Day banquet of Phi Sigma R. 2; Mrs. i 30 West Water who Tne marking the 78th i The coun said in a decision 58 Mrs. j died Friday were held at of the national founding of i ten by Judge Claude T. Reno gated a report mace by Edward in the order which the at St. Francis Bishop's Council has the opinion Paul 133 Chambersburg j 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Phi Sigma Kappa and the 26th an- i Mrs. Paul Sutton and infant j Bender funeral with Rev. Dr. of the founding of Emmitsburg R. I; Harry J Howard S. Fox Inter- Deuteron chapter was held in j 205 North Straiten Mrs. j merit was in St. Jamas Lutheran Theodore Taneytown R. 1; The pallbearers were Jacob stree Mrs. George Biglerville R. 2: Patricia i Paul Alien Harmon Chester 232 West Middle j Charles Mrs. Chester 536 timore and William Biglerville R. l. state is free to compel attendance of children at The decision involved cases of Samuel and members of the Amish who refused to send 3S the court that the may restrict the rights of parents fay requiring at- tendance of children at school until they are 16. big Question in this case is Merle Stephen Speaking on Simplicity of their children to school after they whether the state can supersede the Xavier that someone had shot a hole through a the school They found that the hole had been m bv a shot from a B3 in rhe of a Wesr Middle street jui enile The gun VMS Con- and to colics 1 and Doctor Krantz held that completed the eighth grade at 14; all great discoveries were made by i loving which and Rev. Fr Anthony parents It is the of the was notified A large delegation of members from the Adams County tion of Women's headed by tine president Mrs. R. S at- tend the 54tr. annual convention of the Pennsylvania Federation of Women's clubs to be held York April 30 through May 2. The Women's club of York Federation of Women's clubs will be trie official the state will preside at the for be a- the but including the be ir. the Valencia 200 Attend Rally for the tion Will Your Mrs. Paul 01 a former president of the state for the A. Leibensperger of is Mrs S. J of is. ir. chirse of tlie program May 1. be Mrs Berfer Sichman of Pa second charge all BANQUET men who had the to The Amish Bishops Council had I opinion of the wonder at why certain well-known ruled that who have com- rights court that where of members of a Local Weather Saturday's high 41 Saturday night's low 23 Sunday's high 45 Last night's low 26 Plans for the annual spring facts exist as they and why j eighth elementary church are not the court should be kept at not investigate or determine its Today at a.m. Today nt 1 p.m 33 48 quet of the Adams County branch of i tain results follow from certain the Pennsylvania State Education i Declaring is Association will be outlined this at 4 o'clock at a meeting of the executive committee of the ty to be held at the office of the county superintendent of schools nt the court not an end in itself but a means to make the world more he added the world is not to be destroyed by the inventions of human nature must on 2) under the watchful guidance of their faith or The count's opinion liberty includes absolute right to but only a limited right to Tho Amish the opinion The opinion cited previous cases where matters of belief were found to be contrary to the of the Such cases in- volved polygamous marriage and conscientious REPORT FRAT LOOTING Borough a call Saturday from the ATO North Washington that 65 65 forks and 120 spoons had been taken from the house Easter March 22, 21. 24. FIRST PLACE WINNER The publication of Delone Catholic hich was a first place Here On Saturday Two hundred persons attended For Christ rally Sat the United Brethren The R. o. of station tre speaker Members of the radio Miss Mary Mr Mrs. the special the Saturday film representative for For show color 3Sth These taken by Dr. Bob Pierce just s. fey weeks before LACERATES THUMB C son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. ner among senior high schools in hart was treated at the the awards made by Columbia uni- j Warner hospital for a laceration of versity Saturday at the annual con- his left thumb sustained Sunday vention of the Columbia Scholastic while using a Five stitches were required to close the
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