Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - January 15, 1954, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania THE GETTYSBURG JANUARY 15, 1951 PAGE THREE PAY BOOSTS FOR JUDGES ARE SUGGESTED By ED WASHINGTON and k House members were invited today to vote themselves a a year pay This would boost their salary to a A special commission set up to study salary problems also mended a a year increase for Supreme Court com- parable raises lor other federal judges and higher expense ances for the vice president and speaker of the The committee's report to dent Eisenhower made other 1. A official mansion for Vice President Nixon and his successors in the 2. A further study of pensions for Police Take Bets In Closed Restaurant Pa. Lewis J. was released In bail here for further ing on a charge of pool selling and Hubs was arrested yesterday In a raid by state police on a ed up former restaurant Huette Dauphin ty district attorney who ordered the said Russ was picked up Russ was released in bail at before Alderman John L. Madden Jr. Dowling said police manned the three telephones in the place for a time and took 20 to 25 bets a SAYS TURKEY DISEASES ARE BEING LICKED Sketches By Ben Burroughs WITHOUT The world stood still the night you left and sordid were the skies and drops of tears from out my heart were Ing from my eyes I felt so empty and alone that nothing seemed worthwhile because I longed for you my dear the wonder of your smile the windows wore a vacant stare the chairs looked cold and blue and our canary would not sing because it longed for you if you hear me now please send me hope and strength and with your help I'll see things through and go to any length but I will live with memories until again we meet then we will spend eternity always together Diagnosis and control of turkey various It said there is i no such provision now for survivors j of justices and other judges and j turkey provisions for d w a gressional j profitable i Dr. J. E. of the S. De- 1 of told turkey grower members of the vania State Poultry Federation at It's up to Congress itself to de- cide whether to vote these in- creases or settle for smaller ones or none at 60 Days To Decide The creating the 13- member commission j gives the 60 days make up their There is nothing to stop them from 15 never Uie ing that j because mortality from with election up this various Dr. year for a third of the Senate and all the House it HC listed the Salmonella take them quite a while to as the most widely distributed whether it would be politically wise of Generally in poultry they to give themselves the increase cur as fowl and the Farm each in spite of the ad- that have been a significant number of most all of them the all of them being An early sampling of He reported paracolon in- opinion indicated the Senate lections as relatively additions may well vote for sort of in- to the of turkey An- The outlook in the other Ls a condition resembling the is more Whatever they so-called or mud fever of do about their own the Dr. Williams discussed di- lators are almost certain to raise agnosis and control of these j as well as infectious I and Need Best Men The headed by jje said that essential to a nard G. an attorney of jui profitable turkey industry agreed unanimously a diagnostic where birds that members of Congress and mar taken for examination at eral judges should get higher signs of A full salaries as a means of tory the nock and all conditions the nation There was some difference ofj to deal with aU as to how big to prevent the increases should I Tne compromise if finally adopted would cost and TO taxpayers a Total of Qf a good t Some four million dollars SAYS LIBERTY WILL GUT REDS NEW YORK Justice Earl Warren says not is most force in the and ul- will penetrate the Iron Warren spoke last night at z. Columbia University bicentennial The his first jor speech since he was named to head the U. S. Supreme Court last was carried by all four major radio Our nation's he in our and power is in freedom of thought and He Communist no fascist no ment that is totalitarian could erate that approach to the lems of life Such government cannot tolerate dissenting All must bow to one one one faith not is the most contagious force in the It will permeate the Iron It will eventually abide For no people of any race will long remain of would be paid sanitation and Jf hel and Qf back in the form of income The proposed salary scale give associate justices of Supreme Court a pared with the present T P rl chief justice would continue to get r IS an extra Federal would be raised from to Appeals Court judges from to Salaries Inadequate increase in com- was in 1946. At that time the lawmakers raised selves from a year to a be commission toos note of tne higher cost of nowadays said in addition that legislative and judicial are Fla. The fishing is keen at Gulf stream Park race Sounds but it's has an infield lake well stocked with Channel up w 27 have been The enter the lake through sluices ana thrive through the tne Oi winter racing Thats out of balance with the re- of the offices and the angling is pay of other and tives in private among other that the The said the payers provide the entire cost 01 ent pay to confine six trips home each year for these important to At the lawmakers sons of independent wealth or out- are compensated at 20 cents a side The commission one round trip each CLEAR UP SNARL ON EXECUTIONS HARRISBURG prisoners will continue at Rockview Penitentiary despite an oversight by the 1953 General the I Justice Department said Gov. John S. Fine had asked for a formal opinion on whether ex- 1 warrants should be ad- dressed to the warden of Western State Penitentiary at Pittsburgh or to which formerly was a branch of Western Tne 1953 Legislature m setting up Rockview as a separate institution failed to note a 1913 law making the warden of Western State re- sponsible for carrying out tions at where the state's electric chair is Dep. Atty. Gen. Frank P. ley Jr. advised the that such an amendment was made 1 should address all future respites and other com- concerning tions to the warden of the state penitentiary at Rockview who is at Dr. Frederick 5. Lawley CMM CMM tf We sincerely regret the typographical errors in our advertisement Thursday and are pleased to reproduce the corrected Fancy Seafood Fancy Shrimp Fresh Crab Neat Fancy Sea Scallops Fancy Salmons Fancy Cod Fillets 31-42 count 5-lb. box 75c Florida Grapefruit 69c 39c 5 for 29c AMERICA'S FOOD uper t f TEA COMMNT COUNTY HOME GOG SCHEDULE FOR POST IS LISTED The Ground Observation schedule for volunteer aircraft spotters of the Cashtown commencing Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock through ary 23, at 2 was released this morning by Chief Observer Melvin J. i Kane that individuals un- able to fulfill allotted times attempt to furnish a Jane cher and June Kump serve as sistant The schedule 2 to 5 Nevin Shultz and Paul 5 to 8 Leroy man and Cleason and 8 to 11 Stanley Bebert and Clyde On Weekend Roster Saturday evening and 11 p.m. to 2 Howard Sharrah Curvin 2 to 5 Harry Hail and Roland 5 to 8 Harry Biesecker and neth 8 to 11 Mr. and Mrs. Irvin 11 to 2 Mrs. George Glenn and Mrs. Earl 2 to 5 Miss Bream and Mrs. R. Dale and 8 to 11 Dale Bream and Dorsey Sunday evening and 11 p.m. to 2 Floyd Hess and Robert 2 to 5 j Ivan Gulden and Stanley 5 to 8 Clarence and Harry 8 to 11 Mrs. Stanley Sharrah and Mrs. Roy 11 to 2 Mrs. Shindledecker and Mrs. Howard 2 to 5 Mrs. Paul Duane and Mrs. Harry 5 to 8 Mrs. John C. Bucher j and Mrs. John G. and 8 to 11 Robert Forsythe and Earl Monday evening and 11 j p.m. to 2 James Orner and John 2 to 5 Floyd Cook and Roy 5 to 8 i Eugene and Gilbert 8 to 11 Mrs. Daniel Mickley and Mrs. Warren 11 to 2 Mrs. Clarence man and Mrs. John Lower or Mrs. Floyd 2 to 5 Mrs. nard Stuckey and Miss Viola 5 to 8 Miss Jean selman and and 8 to 11 Wilbur Geyer and Ray Other Volunteers Tuesday evening and j 11 to 2 Dunn and 2 to 5 i Chronister and Charles 5 i to 8 William Singley and i ard 8 to 11 Mrs. Kermit Deardorff and Mrs. Melvin J. 11 to 2 Floyd Kump and Mrs. Donald 2to 5 Mrs. Wilmer Diehl and 5 to 8 Mrs. j Lolia Charles and Mrs. Ethel j and 8 to 11 Melvin J. Kane and George Wednesday evening and 11 p.m. to 2 dorff and Donald 2 to 5 i Paul Ramer and William 5 to 8 Donald Bucher i and Harold 8 to 11 Mrs. Blanche Barr and Mrs. Glenn i selman 11 to 2 Mrs. liam Fishburn and Mrs. Nevin J 2 to 5 Mrs. Glenn I Herring and Miss Mary Margaret 5 to 8 Mrs. John Hartzell and Mrs. George 1 and 8 to 11 Jolin G. Bucher and Glenn M. Musselman I Jr. 11 i Thursday evening and 11 I to 2 Donald Kuhn and j Miles 2 to 5 Warren j Deardorff and Fred 5 to 8 Jesse Landis and William 8 to 11 Mr. and Mrs. Wayne 11 to 2 JOE DIMAGGIO AND MARILYN MONROE WED SAN FRANCISCO Joe the former New York Yankee has carried off hui Hollywood Marilyn leaving millions of lans wondering what will happen to her movie They were married in Municipal Court here yesterday after a two- year The ceremony was to have been But an estimated 500 sons heard about it and jammed the The Judge Forgot Municipal Judge Charles S. who performed the brief said for- got to kiss the And I'm But Joe kissed Marilyn if somewhat for news Then he whisked his cover girl i got to put a lot of miles behind He de- dined to say where they were i ing on their It was a j with Marilyn promising to j honor and Joe's best man was his Joe former New York Yankee baseball plants on the cheek of his movie star i ranl Reno Marilyn Monroe after marriage ceremony in San January 14. At left is Municipal Judge was matron of Charles S. who performed the i Present were Joe's brother and his Mr. and Mrs. j Torn and Mr. and Mrs. PrOVCS To Frank It was Here And There News Collected Ai Random from a If the hunter chances on the skeleton of a the little woman can also have a. new And even a small skull can get him a box of Another step toward a united Europe was taken on Aug. 19 when six Italy and signed an agreement to put into effect the first European So far these ports may be used only by the personnel or the coal and steel community bodies for travel the participating 2 to 5 5 to 3 Mr and Mrs. Edgar and 8 to 11 Eddie Carbaugh and Frank Friday evening and 11 to 2 John Biesecker and Harry 2 to 5 Maynard Stuckey and Earl 5 to 8 Paul and Pat 8 to 11 Miss Jean Hossler and Mrs. Raymond and II 2 Miss Blanche Sheely and Mrs. Kenneth out it marks a notable advance toward easier ing of national 4 Newest pride of British ways is This new queen of the rails claims the world's longest run of 39234 miles between London and It makes the run in six Pa. j now manager of r wood m the pacific Coast who gave Joe his start in baseball when he managed the San hunter Ira stealthily scanned j cisco seals the nearby wooded Tumbling Run j 39, has one Joe 12. Valley in quest of j by former Broadway actress He was startled when he heard i thy who divorced him a decade j the of a Turning his I who gave her age as three-fourths at j eyes to the he watched for was mamed letting ninety Emily Post might have culty today in finding the same degree of courtly tesy observed on trains by Charles Dickens during his travels in America more than a century A passage taken from his description of American railroads a lady takes a fancy to any male passenger's the gentleman who accompanies her gives him notice of the and he immediately cates -t with great e British love of color on their trains shows up in new uni- forms worn by attendants on the of a man train operating between London and Facings on these new uniforms are of MacKenzie the plaid worn by the Highland Light long connected with the city its at 16 to James a It turned out to be a deer j man now living in Van apparently a pet which strayed from j whom she quickly some It came right up to DiMaggio said they would make There was no Goss fed the deer and went home their home in San going to Hollywood whenever she had to make a But said she had no plans now for FLEECE-LINED BOOTS Regularly NOW ONLY JANUARY CLEARANCE of DISCONTINUED SHOES AT GREAT SAVINGS FOB STARTING JANUARY 15, 1954 SHOE STORE Store 9 A.M. to 10 Saturday 117 Baltimore Street Phone 495-Y Pa. and Maroon THE SHOE BOX Street MEMBER GETTYSBURG RETAIL MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION from Page 1) from Mrs. from the Friends Adult Sunday School A Mr. of York gave 15 bushels of the Mountain Bible Class of the Lutheran Gettysburg Lions burg Rotary the Mott Company gave ice The Auxiliary visited each guest and rave fruit and the Club took the of The home on a tour of Gettysburg to see the Christmas the Annie Danner Club decorated the Women's rave gifts and held a prayer the Post Office Auxiliary gave a basket of fruit lor the the Moose Lodge gave candy and tne Church provided centerpieces Tor the at Christinas the and Club made favors and students from the Inch school and college and the sang carols and brought Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Kapp were named to the committee on needs of tbe home headed by Mrs. Murray as Rev. 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