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   Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - February 8, 1932, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                PAGE SIX THE 6.1932. AMUSEMENTS If MAJESTIC Jt to. 11 P. M. 1.45 to 5 P. M. 1 'to 11 P. M. TODAY Romance. comedy thrilling drama of the colorful old west. 'Attractions Dalphne :Poiiard in -Mouse Cartoon "Barnyard Broadcast" Comedy "DETECTUS" Mondav and Tuesday SYLVIA SIDNEY The "American girl _ "_ "LADIES BIG HOUSE" WltK Gene Raymond Wynne Gibson New 1931 Chevrolet FOR SALE 1931' Chevrolet Sedan 1931 Sport ioupe '1931 'Chev." Sport Roadster '-Convertible Coupe These cars are new and will he sold at under price uf 1932 models.- -GETTYSBURG SALES SERVICE 57 York Street U. W. MYERS Expert Artesian Well Drilling of all Kinds SPECIALIZING IN Water Well, Blast Hole. Drain- age and Prospect DrillinR New Improved Machinery EXPERIENCED MAN 530 S. Cherry Street MYERSTOWX. PA., or THE ALTLAND HOUSE Ahbottsto'wn. Pa. RADIO PROGRAMS J SUNDAY M.: KC A. White, orcan Hour Tipica OrcBeatra Tore. Sonc for Today sinters miuicale P. mountain men the Constitution" Damrcwcb Race. Lake Placid Key's orchestra -youth conference Charles Thomas, baritone 4 with. Bert Lytell. George Martin Harry-.Emerson Foadick orchestra Junior Musicians committee Ensemble orchestra duo Bakers nukrutU; AmLruiter'a Or- chestra Kevue party 9 music fincins: master the Black Swan Inn" Sylvia Froos. songs Noralia. violin and Hernan, duets Theis Orchestra GS Velatco, Orcan Don's Wake-up club End Presbyterian church -Ann's Sunday school P. orchestra today string quartet Psychologist Dr. Frank Paynle Brown, violinist Charles Coughlin Antlin D. G. Barnhousc. sermon 6 Don Trotter 6 orchestra Invisible Ensemble orchestra Y. Symphony orchestra orchestra Echoes M.: CEO EC A. Hoar; vocai and in- BaUadeers Eaton, Violinist 9 ensemble Sketches octet Caasinelli; Trio; Gluseppi de Benedetto, tenor Bowes-.family P. recital flute orchestra and Honeysuckle orchestra Cadman.. from Berlin quartette baritone "and-'American borne Pamperos Octet .of the "air with Rubinoff's Or- chestra Lawrence orchestra 9. MO-T-The. revelers'; 11 1 organ Orchestra M.; KC 9 make believe of ;tlTe'Air.'Dr. J. T. Slock- U Europe. P. .'Geneva 12 sirijrer hour. church of the air Leaf, orcBn Y. philharmonic orchestra orch'estrs." eonzs 0-7 Concert Julius Klein orchestra Serenade Lost Atlantis University 'chorus Patro Child" orchestra at the sea show Hutcbrson, piano orch estra melodies Tirao; Eddie Ducbln and Orchestra Leaf, orxan AMERICA'S OLYMPIC FOUR-MAN BOBSLED TEAM Onys, with Dolorer Soprano: Irntrnmenta, Associated Press. Photo Amwlci's fourwman bobsled In the Winter Olympic games at Lake Placid, N. Y.', manned by this quartet. Left to right: Billy Fiskc, driver; Eddie Eagan, Tippy Gray and Jay O'Brien. ARENDTSVILLE WINS 2 GAMES Upper County Boys Beat Emmitsburg, Girls Defeat Maids. Arendtsville vocational school basketball teams hung up two more victories Friday night at Arendts- viiel when the boys' team defeated the Emmitsburg high dribblers 27-9 'the girls' team defeated the maids by ,the overwhelm- ing score of 62-21. Coach Taylor's teams were not hard pressed and the easiest tri- umphs of the year-resulted. The girls', victory was the ninth in. a the undefeated Arendtsr sextet. Miss Lillian McDannel land- ed 31 points although playing only about' half of ithe game. The Arendtsvillc G F Pts f -2-3 6 I S. L. ALLISON Fairfield, Funeral Director iandEmbalmer Efficient Bcliabls Both PRI. FEB. !2tH "THE SCHOOL f FOR MMOOT COMfOX RESERVED SEATS NQUJ ON SALE fMX. ornas TO zeneo nosoue START DRIVE ON HOARDING Colonel Knox, Chicago Pub- lisher, To Head National Organization. Washington, Feb. 6' Swift- ly developing campaign plans for a lar-flung and simultaneous war upon hoarding and unemployment were mapped Friday at the White House. With an eye to the convening of his White House anti-hoarding conference, President Hoover an- nounced he had. called Colonel Frank Knox. publisher of the Chi- cago Daily News, to head- a national organization to free hidden dollars. Shortly before he spoke. Henry L. Stevens, commander of the Amer- ican Legion, outlined in the exec- utive mansion details for an inten- sified "war on depression." The American Legion and its affiliated organizations Stevens asserted, will put men to work in a month. Zero hour for the drive, he added, is set for 8 a m.. February 15. The chief executive said it was possible headquarters for Knox's national organization to return hidden money to commercial chan- jnels might be established in Chi- cago. Dunns the day the directors of the reconstruction finance corpo- ration determined upon a policy of Hartzen, f Bebert; c' Hartman, g Deardorff, g Sell; 'g TrosUe, g Hoke.rf f p.TShank, C. Eyler, g 0 Elder, 'g Totals' Referee: T.. Raff. Girls' Game ArrodtsviUe G Myers, f f, c ....1.-......13 M. Gulp, f Blgham, c Han, s-c........................ 0 Raff, g, K. Gulp, g, f............... 3 H. Gulp, Stover, g .........I........... 0 Totals ErtunKsburg G Stbnesifer, f Hoke, f ............................7 Kelly, c.....................1....0- Pryor, c ............................0 Reilly. s-c ....._...............0 Valentine, s-c............_...0 Miller, g .........................o Bellinger, g....................o Totals ........................10 Referee: T. Raff. 11 27 Pts _1 3-5, 0-0 0-0- 1-1 0-0 .2-2 0-6 -0-0 9-12 1-2 6-1 0-0 0-2 OrO 1-3 3-9 F 0-0 5-6 2-5 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 7-11 F 0-3 ,2-6 1-2 0-0 0-0 o-p 0-0 0-0 3-11 21 Dutch Put Timiher Amesterdam Dutch Lawn Tennis association ranks Dutch, players for 1932 as "follows: Men: No. 1. H. Timmer; No. 2, J. Van der Heide; No. 3, p. Koop- man; No. 4, Theodore Van Eek. Women: No. 1. Miss M. Rollin Couquerque; No. 2, Miss E. Belzer; No. 3. Mrs. M. Dross-Canters; No. 4, Mrs. 'M. Straub-Jansen. The Dutch champions are Miss" Belzer and Van der Heide. Both first ranking players were in India during the national championships. D WE TO CUT COTTON CROPS Southern States Plan To Be More Conservative With; "Live-at-home" Idea. 31 14 'Atlanta Conservatism probably will be of Dixie's farm, program "this. year. program; built the "plan of .varidius states, and libmo demonstrationXwprkersf.are carry7. ingvpiansito The. this 'year, leaders -far will be, made to -nave one -.cash -.with .-the. 0 j locality arid; accessibility, 'to market.. 0 '.-VI.'V; A minimum' cotton; -is by: the Georgia col-'; lege; of- rioth- irig. has -been --said vabo.ut', adopting any set acreage contral plan., gene commissioner agriculture, said" a cut of -40 cent'from the 1931 acreage was-tfer-'i tain. More attention: to, livestock, ppultry and food' crops will be given by Georgia's. organizations. Mississippi farmers are prepared to produce this year's crops at a rec- ord low cost, J. C.Hbiton, commis- sioner agriculture, says. North: Carolina's plan, advanced: .62 Pis 6 14 Speeds Gathering Of Industry Data Statistical reports telling the de- tailed story of industry in Pennsyl- vania for 1930 have been delivered to the printer by the bureau of sta- tistics of the Pennsylvania depart- ment of internal affairs. In deliver- ing the copy at this time, the de- partment has bettered its records of previous years by more than five months. Reports of industry from trie various manufacturers in the state are received in the beginning of each year and cover activities of the preceding year. Compilation and study of these reports make up the major part of the work of the bu- reau of statistics for the year. Sec- retary of Internal Affairs Philip H. Dcwey is anxious to have the re- sults of these detailed studies in the hands of persons interested as early as possible, and accordingly ordered full speed ahead with the work with the result that a new record has been established. Un- der present contracts which the state makes with printing concerns 5n Pennsylvania, ninety days arc allowed in which to complete the printed volume. Reports of manufacturers on in- dustry in 1931 are now being ceivcd by the department of re- in- ternal affairs. During the year an nf tempt will be made to lower the 3930 record preparation. BIGLER WINS 24-21 BATTLE Upper County Maids Score Easy 35 To 15 Victory. The Biglerville high school boys' team swung back into its winning stride .Friday night when it defeat- ed the Charles Carroll quintet 24-21 in-a hard-fought, game on the lat- ter's court. Deardorff and .Krum- ririe played leading roles for their respective teams. ..In the prilimihary game the Big- lerville maids chalked up a win by scoring an 'easy 35-15 victory over tfe Charles Carroll sextet. The lineups: Blglervile G Deardorff. f F i-3 Heiges, f Thomas, f Walton, Ebbert, f Baumgardner, Shaffer, 'g g Pts 11 4 Charles G Krumrine, Sterner, Wirieholtz.vg. Totals Referee Taggert. '.'-t-. ..Girls' Biglervilie i G Ga'rretsori; -f f 0-0 0-0 0-2; 1-1 2-7. 0-1 1-1 o-o. 0-3 0-1 'i-e: o 0 2 1 .0 24 Pts ;8 3 ,2 2 -6' Communications Biglerville, Pa. Editor, Gettysbur'ij: Tinieii, Gettysburg. Pa, U: i Sir: I read in a short time ago that inspection of cars will balk I would like to ask 'through your-: communication- col- umn how that will "stop accidents. Did the young-.man., who wild over the paveinent' the other eve- ning, have a sticker on his shield or jaras .he 1-just giving vent to his feelings because he had1 to pay the extra a year and get no good of it? Nine out of ten people who drive a car know when it is not safe and will have it looked; over and made safe. The high salaried state high- way officials; arid-a gVeat many other people do not mind, this extra dol- lar a year, but a great many work- ing people .drive'to and from then- work, If they have a'job, and they are staggering j now'under the motor taxes without: -having to pay this extra dollar nothing .for it. We have in this sec- tion, when the-weather is good, for as low as cents per-hour and to them every 'dollar counts. If the motpr'patrol would look after the fool drivers who try to go as -fast as they1 can instead -of find- ing out .if everyone who "is driving carefully has: his card signed, They] would prevent ten times as many accidents as the inspection will. It is from the fast and careless driving that most of the bad acci- dents happen and hot defective cars. Arid .a lot of the fool drivers will think'now, with their .cars inspected and they can that much faster. Anyone who will stop to think will realize ttiat most of the accidents come from speeduig: Respectfully, Harry C." Warren IS No Substitute For a Savings Account In FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Gettysburg A v Pennsylvania SPORT OFFICIAL BUSY "Boston Stewart, na- ;ional and Cahafllan American lockey league official, doubles in baseball during-the sipamer. tast year he was of the Sastern league'until the middle of the season, his allegi- ance to the league as an umpire. the sanie ob again this year.-. o Siaybaugh, 'f Whitinore, o McCauslin, s-C; 0 Haskell.'g 0 Thdnias. g 0 Fink, g p g............'.......... 6 TTotals Charles Carroll G Baiimgardner, f...........0 Bankcrt, f c by "-the state college of 'agriculture, j Fraunsilter, s-c provides for all food and feed crops neded on the farm, strict ad- herence to a budget, cash crops best suited to te land seeded individual farm, idle to legumes, improve- ment of farm generally, improved living conditions. Alabama, through .Governor B. M. Miler. has refused to join Tex- as, Mississippi, South Carolina and Arkansas in the move for. a law to reduce the cotton ;'crop 50 per cent. But Seth P. Stbrrs, commissioner of agriculture, has a plan for re- ducing the cotton crop by voluntary contracts 'between the agricultural department and farmers. Arkansas comes an opti- mistic note. The record breaking crop of 1931 has placed farmers in an independent position. The farm- ers are paying their federal loans, h'ave their pantries and bams well filled, and many have money in the banks. He's Over There Wineholtz, g g ...0 ..o .0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 5-11 ;F 2-3 1-6 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 Pts 21 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 Pts 2 13 0 0 0 0 Totals Kefcree: Taggert. 3-9. 15 Thcv intend to take advantage of all existing credit facilities of the federal government, leaning heavily upon the federal rcsen-e sj-stt-in for a preliminary set-up. The skeleton of the old war finance corporation also will be unearthed. Friday they considered loan app'.ications in Georgia has the greatest peach North Carolina. Ohio :.nd Indiana i acreage, but California leads all 'states in size of peaclvcrops. Synthetic vitamins are produced! United States consumes half of i the thlrty-first U. S. infantry from chomlcaK ]the world's cofTce, t Col. served France Lorenzo on the D. Gasser, who general staff in and has had a brilliant military career, is in com mind of j rushed from Manila. RAID CITY CLUB HARRiSBURG Quantity Of liquor And Gambling Machines Seized .r Friday Afternoon. Harrisburg, Feb. 6. The City Commercial club, viiich federal dry agents say for at least two years has occupied tho third floor of the Her- shey 'building at the southeastern corner. of Front and Market street. was raided for the first time Friday afternoon. Federal dry agents, state and city police who made the raid arrested one, man, 'Ambrose Buxton, 42, of Conoy "street near Front, the al- leged; bartender' on charges of pos- session of liquor and maintaining gambling devices. Included in t he articles seized were 495 bottles of Canadian ale, which agents believed 'had been smuggled into this country in.au- tos; severity-two pint bottles of ap- ple brandy, seven quarts and ten pints of whisky and seven quarts and -ten pints of gin. The' club occupied an entire floor of eight rooms, including sleeping quarters for the bartenders. A good view of. the river could be obtained from the lounge room of the club, which was fitted with leather and velour davenports and chairs. Free Lunch For All The adjoining room was the game room, equipped wtih a pool table. But the third room, the agents said, contained the real purpose of the club, the barroom and a battery of twelve slot machines, some for half-dollars, others for quarters and others for nickels. It was like the barroom of pre- prohlbition days. There were gaudy pictures xm the walls, and on a table near the bar was 'the free lunch of bologna, picktes. cheese. tripe, crackers; peanuts and pretzels. TEXANS REVIVE'.' "OtDTIIVIE DANCES (AP) Oldtime! popular__irr; the Texas cowboys rode lorseback jnany, miles, to are being' revived in i'.Lubbock and the South Plains'region. Don't Neglect'Kidney and Bladder, Irregularities If ir- regularities, getting up at night and naggingt'atkachc, heed promptly these .symptoms. They may warn of some dis- ordered kidney.or bladder con- dition. For -50 years grateful users have relied upon Doan's Pills. Praised the country over. by all druggists. v 1 and render Repairs Wrecked Cars Made Like New Auto JTops and Repairs, Commercial Automobile Side Curtains, Windshield and Glass Automobile Upholstering, Auto Seat Covers. DUCOING PAINTING Glass Installed While You Wait Hankie Auto Top Body Shop 131 Headway 4 Phone 625 HANOVER, PA. t STOP AT THE HOTEL SYLVANIA Locust below Broad, Philadelphia five minutes of everywhere" hi central railroad stations. Noted for fts woridcr- ,ful Food good music. Moderate charges. BeautiFulIy furnished outside with bath. Sirgle room with bath op Double room with bath up i. C. BONHER, Ma TO-NIGHT With Magyar, one-armed wonder, Anglemoyer, Klinger, Banjo and Sherrid. VS. Fleet-Wings 'Preliminary Highway "Big Five" .York Springs at 7 P. M. Monday, February 8th Hoak's Dairy Pros of Harrisburg With Vergot, Furjanic, Russ Tuckey, Ross Dailey and Mc- vs. FLEETT-WINGS vs.'Biglerville at P. M. Hotel Gettysburg Annex Admission 35c iNEWSPA'FERr NEWSPAPER!   

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