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   Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - July 30, 1925, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                GOOD EVENING Just how many twentieth birth- days does a young girl have anyway? WEATHER Showers Friday. THE GETTY Member of The Associated Press Truth, Our Public Good, Our Aim TIMES Read By Nearly Everybody. In Adams County TWENTY-SECOND YEAR GETTYSBURG, THURSDAY, JULY 30th, 1925. PRICE THREE CENTS OR, J, A, CLUTZ GOES TO NORWAY FOR CONFERENCE Is One Of Four Official Observers To Uni- versal Christian Session. Rev. Dr. J. A. Clutz, member of the [charged, faculty of the Lutheran Theological Seminary here, and pxominent in the councils of the United Lutheran Church in America1, sails next Tues- day from N'ew York on the Bergens- fjord, for Stockholm, Sweden, as one of the four official delegates from the United Lutheran Church to the uni- versal Christian conference to be held at the Swedish capital from August ID to 30. Doctor C'lutz will be accompanied on the trip by his son, Professor Frank H. Clutz, member of the Get- tysburg College faculty. Four official delegates and four unofficial observers will represent the United Lutheran chinch at the conference. The three official observers besides Doctor Clutz are Doctor E. E. Pfatteicher, Reading; J. B. Franke, Fort Wayne, Indiana, and Doctor M. G. G. Scherer, secretary of the Unitc-d Lutheran Church. To Visit Capita! Doctor Clutz ami his son will leave Gettysburg for Xew York on Mon- day. They will go direct to Bergen on the west coast of Xorway, one of i the (ddf--t cities m that country, hav- ing been founded in 1070. It r-; situ-' ated in the midst of the famous f jorels i Larceny As Bailee Case Is Settled A hearing was held Wednesday i morning in the case of Earl Mummert.j Hampton, before Justice of the Peace! Joseph Appier. Charges of larceny as bailee had been preferred by Charles Myers, New Oxford. Mum- mert is alleged to have purchased two I pool tables from Myers under contract j and to have lesold one of them with-' j out the New Oxford man's consent. j The matter was settled by the de- fendant paying all costs to the amount of including the repairing of I the tables which he agreed to return i to Mr. ?vlyers, whereupon he v. as dis- Dead Commoner and His NAME DEPUTIES TO VACCINATE County Medical Director Inform- ed of Physicians Who Will Re-Vaccinate School Children. Dr. E. Elgin, of East Beilin, county diiector, has been notified by the State Secretaiy of Health, Dr. Charle.s H. .Miner, that the following- county physicians haw been appoint- ed as official deputies to it-vaccinate free- of chaige school children who have undergone two or nioie unsuc- attempts smallpox. of Norway, some of which they expect to From Bergen they will go Christiana, now known a-, Oslo, the capital of Norway, and fiom there1 to Stockholm to attend the Universal Christian [of Life and "Wiork, where they spend ten days. This conference was first projected in the- summer of 1919 at a men-tint of the International Committee of the Alliance for International Friendship Through the Churches held at the Hague. This was the first meeting of an international character hold by religious lenders after the signing the Armistice at the clo-.e of the World War. Several subse- quent meetings were held from year to year at which the subject of such a conference was discussal. Finally, at a meeting held in August, 1922. at Helsingborg, Sweden, definite plans were made for the conference, and a program airanged. Evpect Delegates It is expected that there will be ces-sful against are: Di. W. E. Wolff Dr. W. F Dr. George L. Ric( Dr. Ira Henderson Dr. C. L. Myer-. Dr. Henry Stew an Must IJf School children disti icts v. ho at The vaccination appointee.-, i, Abbottstown McSherry.stown. Fairiield. York Spring'. Gettysburg. 'ace i pa led in the ruial ii e n tw ice un-ntc- or tho e who had jbccn admitt'-d U> school last term on official temporary ceitifieatc1 mu--t revaccinated bv the tountv mc-eii- j ce.isfulk a inated an be tho official a temporary cal directo'-, or one of deputies, who will giant certificate which will admit them to, for the current school year.' In cities boroughs or townships of the class having boards of health, this official revaccmation be performed by the board of health physician. Teachers or school principals may! not admit children the first day of school unless they present or have already filed a certificate eif successful vaccination, or in the of unsuc- cessful present the official temporary certificate, which mun have been issued since July 1st of the present year. Temporary certificates HI 3 FAM IlyY ictt, with Airs, granddaughter. EARTH TREMOR FELT IN TEXAS (By Associated Press.) Amarillo, Texas, July earth Iran or of nearly 30 seconds' duration shook this city and surrounding towns early today. Buildings swayed no- ticeably, but no damage has been re- ported. Reports from Xew Mexico and Ok- lahoma towns near the Texas line in dieated the tremor extended into those WARM CONTEST BREWING FOR SCHOOL BOARD FAKE AVIATOR ARRESTED HERE Rev. N. L. Horn Willing To Enter Field For Republican Nom- ination. Secures From Local Men; I'ses Plane Propeller For Security; Never Flew Machine. Po--i.ii; as an plane had bc.'ome disabled, John Ma-iroda, 20, East Pittsburgh, "flew" into the hands of borough and state police, Wednesday aftei noon. Lutvu'inu- an eight-foot airplane pio- peller, about pounds. Ma''roda aimed in Gettysburg last F'lday night, with a tale of hard luck, the theme of which, according to the lice, was that bis plane had been forced down near here, .-ml that he was financuuK embarrassed. To GCOI-L Gettj sbiirg. Mahroda and OH the strength of it left i.he pr i> ectoi of the lier of Commirc" ..'id members of the Getty-lung- borough council "chewed thc- fat" jiMtind the banquet board at the Hoffman Hotel for three hours Wednesday and informally discussed ways and means of advanc- ing the mtere.-is of the town. By tacit before the meet- ing was arianycd, no reference was made to the piop" d "White for Gettysburg wh c li the Chamber of1 Commerce is sjvii'soi anel which town council ha- indefinitely laid on the talile- pendii M an ime-tigation of the borough's financial status. I All the lifti ui i lumber directors we iv in attendance- except three, while- all the council members were also1 present except PK'-uKr.t Frank Peck- man and harli-s i'.. Dougherty, who had in his possession an aviator's helmet, and was part of an1 arm> uniform. To tlH> police, iie 1- mitted he was not an aviator, had been up in a plane in his life, and that he had come into pos-fssion of the propeller at he had premised to g8vt> h.im-1 -n lator a gallon of paint for his plane, i cation. Kach Late Wednesday afternoon, Mali-1 will nominate .ernoon, Miih- j will nxla was taken to Mochaniesburg for verification of the story of how he came into possession of the blade, which is bram le-ist (Continued on Second election, Mr. Mcllhenny said, "I don't know yet." adding that he would de- cide' within the next day or two whether he would run again. Either two Democrats or two Re- publicans or one candidate from each party may be elected to the two posi- tions to be filled on the- board of edu- major political party two candidates at the Page) TART REPAIR OF LOCAL THEATRE their schools- open and on September Tyrone town- been fixed a.s the date- for recalling children there to their studies. Districts which will reopen their school on Monday, August 31, are in thc majority. As reported to Super- intendent Shank they are Abbotts- town, Arcndlsville, Biglcrvillc, Butler, Conowago, Conowago Independent, Cumberland, Fail-field, Freedom, Ham- ilton, Highland, Latimore, Hunting- ton, McShcrryotown, Mcnnllen, Lib- erty, Pleasant. Mt. Joy, Xew Ox- ford, Oxford and Union. FILE PETITIONS Louis W. Wagamnn, and .1. E. Kuhn. Democrats, have filed nomination pe- titions at the court house for the of- fices of assessor and tax collector, re- spectively; of Ml. Pleasant township. of E. C. Livingston, two to H. H. Benmer's, two to W. C. Ahvine's, two to Mrs. Elizabeth Eicholtz, one to Mrs. George Soaks, and one to the Methodist parsonage. Mrs. J. N. j Hersh, Mrs. Himes, Mrs.] Sarah Himes and Mrs. Jlhoda Myers I each paid the expense of one child to cm eel for by Miss Margie Boyer, near East Berlin, who is well equipped for just such work as this. The boys- will have there for their entertain- ment Shetland ponies, bantam roost- ers, dogs, cats, ribbits and other live1 Eight children went to Orrtnn- na. went to Fail-field and to Rev. Rnlph Baker and Mrs. Ella (Continued on Second Page) were absent foi unavoidable it "was explaini d. Work was started Wednesday aft- President Edmund W Thomas, of o-moon on improvements to the m- the hamber of ommerco, stated as i forior and exterior of the Lincoln Way the guests sat down to dinner at six i Theater, which, when completed, will o'clock that the oiije'ct of the meet'iig iiieiel.v to ge't acquainted. The solely of a social nature and all joined in story telling. Most those' in attend.nice made short some of the eouncilmen making suggest that it i.s understood will be1 mcorpoiateel in the program of the Cliambii- of Coiiinu'rce for the coming primary INfr. Hartscell is a former member the blade, of the school board. His experience., now and worth at i it is bolievwl, will stand him in good Alahroda took Troopt-r stead for nomination and re-election to the board. Hit, record of service- on the school board is pointed to as being excellent, which also is expect- ed to help his campaign. Little is heard as yet of additional Republican candidates for the RepubU-, _c-an nomination as school directors, but' others are expected to come forward, and the first is the Rev. Mr. Horn, who said he was willing to have his name go before the Republican voters.for the primary, but as yet has not made a move to secure signers to a nomi- nating petition. In announcing that he is wMling to become- a candidate. Rev. Mr. Horn {said he hat. always been interested in j education, and that he specialized in educational courses in his college I training. Ornamental Brick Front With Arched Doorways Planned; New Seals and Interior Decorations. yi YOUTH IS CALM repre-sent an outlay of approximately according to Ken S. Lynch, proprietor. 'The stucco front of the theater will! pive way to an ornamental brick j front, with a maiu-ard roof of red tile Ornamental arched doorways will he installed for tho exits, considerable changes will he made- to the lobby. a new scaling arrarrjge-ment, tho capacitj of the house be in- Starts Charity Fund With Million Con- ami I creased to 500, and new anel modern AT MURDER TRIAL i'H.-atc-r chairs will rophwe the pres- ______ ent seats. The interior of the play- A'soi-iatiii i house will bo improved with wall- Brii J.vt.ii, Xew Jersey, July board, appropriately de'rorated, ami a Public Atirlion (if sci'm (rondt Knlunlny nflcrnoon Srvoinl nnlKiup piccr- Miimpor ;ulv. 1. iii'i- liiinrli. Mi hand hniischolil finnl   id mi's widow, collapsed on the1 si.ind ye-tenlay afti'i- haviiif that Howard never made h.ve io li.-r, was again in court Two poliee-men testified that, when they tolil Howard his '-hoes fitted into footprints found under the win- throii'.'h w iie-h Thomas was shot, he denied the.v or that he had been Lack of the house. i new lighting system will be installed. The work is beinsr done by John Irvin, Gettysburg- contractor, and will be completed within a month. The present summer schedule of the1 thea- ter will be maintained, according to Mr. Lynch. s. s. MKK'rrx; (By Associated PruO Buffalo, July J. nors, Sr.. wealthy manufacturer proprietor of Buffalo Courier and Buf- falo Star, today announced the estab- I lishment of a foundation for chari- table work in thi n to the public. i '2 PRISONERS ESCAPE (Itv As-iK'Uttxl I'rww.) Rockview, Pa., July more prisoners made their escape from the Rockview prison late yesterelay by cutting then way through the stockade in the rear of the cannery. Both men were from Philadelphia and were members of the last consighrnent of prisoners brought to Rockview. Both were serving from five to ten I'm robberx. irdv. I, NEWSPAPER!   

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