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   Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - February 9, 1932, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                It' II V> j" SIX i' 'f -V THE GETTYSBURG TIMES." MONDAY? FEBRUARY 8, 1932. ASCUSEMENTS K 0 A B 9f f MAJESTIC ta ll'P.-M. 1.1S to 5 P. MI CondntiWis '1 lo 11 P.'M. Now Playing _ Tomorrow mviA YQNEY THE BIG HOUSE with GENE RAYMOND WYNNE GIBSON .Added -Attractions PROGRAMS ___ _ an'Pedro's'orchestra Julian-Hwth v........ talk concert 4 :NexC Door., Winter.-Games Frances-Bowdon. children's hour Fogarty, tenor Columbo's Orchestra music C :50W From Charlie. Comedy-' "THE PANIC IS ON" Novelty. "Majestic -.News -Magazine looks A' i always luck Mile quartet Lanin'a :30 Alice Joy, contralto i Goldbergs Lawrence'.Tibbett. Orchestra pftradf of Stales Talk'.- Senator- Jt. J. Bucklo- Mr.-'. Bones'- and Co.' -.SO Danes orchestra U.'-JC :00 :80 A. Moorc'a "orchestra 422J1 :00 P.- Arcolians :30 Ilclvn soaira :15 Civic Government Hobby. Club Uncle. Don Air Journal; sonca- V- Comedy SfcftclT Oil Staae and .On Maiiret's A" Sap's Trio'- -.V-- :30 Witch's- Tale :80-7-Male ..jt Sparkling "eyes and a smooth 'complexion depend oh good health. 1 beautiful woman guards Against'- -constipation; She -knows caiiicfause dull pimples, sKpw the. in- .Jo Hitestiiial tract.-1 In' addition, A.TX- to .that of the body, it f ofiiis ,a "sof t which 'gently clears "the ihtestiries of- wastes. How Much safer than 'pills', and drugs so often --habib-formiiig." f'ttro. tablespbohf uls in serious cascV- with every vilL correcfe-mbst types of- cbrjstipa- -tiolil .If your trouble is not relieved in-.- this see your cereal, .or cream, .cookimj. -In tTie> red r arid -greeh. patkage.--. Made by Kellogg "in .Battle X Creek YOU FIT FEBRUARY 13, 1932 undersigned" Administrator .will.-sell at the of the .late XT.: in Arendtsville jtorbugh. 'the following: I HOUSEHOLD GOODS bed; living TooirT, extension tables: jlwp rugs; six plank chairs; three cane seated thPee; .two side- coaJ oil stove; range; two cellar table; two" bed room piites; 'three sets -springs; two inattresses; some brussels carpet by the.-yard: washing machine; crocks; Jard cans: lawn mower and garden plow. i Terms and conditions will be piade known day of sale by H. C. RAFFENSPERGER, j Administrator of the estate of G. Kv. Warren, deceased. FOR RENT Room occupied by Elsie Ruth Shoppc. after April 1st. Apply J; W. BREHM 5-1 ..Chambcrsburg Street rCosrao Hamilton, rtalk 10 Globe 11 .weather-. Wirrcn'.srBance.Orchfstra 393M P. Etnny.Post 4 Qrchestra :43 Colorado Cowboys' u :00 Glenn Swanee Orphin .'Annie Junior i Elizabeth Lennox.', sones ,w C ot-the'Day 'n' Andy', 3csters: trio -7 rVfares of v melody'' orchestra: male Quartet 8 :30 Death: Valley "Days 9 'orchestra. 9 'Jot, Women's Names Piccadilly With Canada's .Mopntca Archer Gibson', tec' Morse, crooner 12 :00 P. Piajio A. orelMBtrm v 3M.M 4 -00 I'. GorinanX orebfcitra 4 Student .'Federation e Olie'8 'GanJ 5 story VauRhn Arthur .Ja Myrt'and. Sfeters Morton- Do jfrioy 8 quartet i Colonel Stoopnacle'.' Bros-'Onartet 9 I 0 lAmbardo'st. .Canad lans Orchestra 10 Sihijcr. Barlow's. OrchMtra' II Madfiguera ji-orcbestra. Orcbeilra A. 1 Gene and Glenr. 8 Morning- SiSO-diccflo T Glee Clu.b, tSparklinjc. Music 9 Olympic' games-. >tilk. s. Sparton RADIO H. T. Electric Co. U York St.. GETTYSBURG 10 and and.Sam drama -I circle P. .weather. varieties Madcaps orchestra piano' NcxtVtjoor camia' talk children's hour: Spa Islanders' music Geneva Boys sirift orchestra Ixian's orchestra Coldbpygs Sanderson and Frank Crumlt, soloist-i S Orchestra Orchestra; Earl Spiccr, baritone .Orchestra Winchell Harris Crawford.-orcan Orchestra P. M. Ralph Kirberry A. 12 Simon's .Woods Reader 8 'n'. Calliope Orchestra'. I .bour I Arthur.. I i Jouraal P. 1 Italian Icstons BENDER SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS QETTYSBUR.G. PA TOTASH IST SPAIN Barcelona deposits ol potash, and possibly also petro- leum, have been found by a geoiogi cal commission in Catalonia and eastern Navarre. The engineers say the deposits may prove to be among the richest in the world. Conctrt :30 Woodworth's orchestra :00 TInrle Don :80 Air journxl Talk. "Doss" KcScctior.s :13 Ijnd o' Flowers Centcrville sketches The Jarr Family :1." Sketch Guizar. Sor.jrsi :30 The Kddy Krown. %-iolin :Ki Jolly Rusians Giobc time Time, weather Comedy Skit IT.' S.' army band Jionnon" cboir and vrsan Story hour Sintlnc Lady Little Orphan Annie Raisins Junior Piano- duo Ray Perkins Topics in Brief Amos 'n' Andy. Willie Tito Coral, soncs in Washincton K. Alpine, talk S Harmonies male Quartet Sisters of the Skillet Mock soprano; Dumont's orchestra v. 9 personalities 10 'orchestra Bavarian Peasant band Clara. Lu and Em night life Slumber .music Gibson, organ 12 :15 A. Aitnt-w's. Orchestra A.'.U. Organ reveille Salon rousicale Orcan recital Singing, vagabond Piano. Pictures 9 Tony'a- Scrap Book Helen Board, .soprano Grant. Graham and CougBlin Olympic bobsled race Band The, Ambassadors XHll-Coniier' political series .11 :43 Orchestra p. ;bieelow's iColamb'ia-r.evue -fi Hall's orchestra 1 Davis's orchestra 2 Salon raugic- '2 American 'School of the Air '3 -Musieal-'American Kinir.i Hall's -brcbwtra' ithe artist .the' Sailor. .Going to. :Arthur.'Jarretf: 'Reis: and -Dunn.'-' soloist. Sviertz'ii orchestra' Myrt. and Marge 7 Crosby 7 ICalenborne's News Mqrton Downey Barbara Mau'rct, scoloht '8 jl'C-T-Jman's-Band -T- .Smith's music 8 Broadway's Thrills Ben -'Bemie's-' orchestra 'club' Toscha.- Seidcl, -rwlin Nat Shilkrct 'orchestra- MadrJcaera's 'Orxhcatra 11 Symphony orchestra 12 :00 P. AmheUn's orchestra :90 A. .Canadians 1 orchestra' '1 Blaze At State CoUege State College, Feb 8 Fire the interior 9f building here. origin 'of 'the unde- terSiined.'7' was 'estimated at Hie t Failh ega- :tion-which held services -in .the base- inentf wKila. a new being .'b'liilt, went forvservices Sunday i by H. J. Cohen.' Lewisrtown; occupied the first floor of the building. MISTRESS OE WATER JAKES TO AIR AssociftedPzttsPboto Helene trail of championship '.victories; in speed -rfwimming events in .1931 but "couldn't dive a has started 1932 determined to be as clever at entering water as at paddling it. Here ahe shown practicing a swan dive. SENATOR LONG TO BE WATCHED Former Louisiana Governor May Be Crimped By Wash- ington's Restrictions. By W. F. Brooks Washington Long-, political piece de resistance in Louisiana since 1928, faces the necessity of adpoting a new tech- nique as he" begins his delayed term in the ,Umted State senate. The Louisiana governor, whose exploits f commanded columns of newspapers, is thrpwing himself'up against a much larger political canvas and observers- in. capital will seat in the fTenate chamber TV ith more than RENT FREE IN POOR COLONY Jettants Ejected For Non-pay- Of Rents Find'Haven -r., -In Havana Suburb. PARIS LOSES OTTLE STREET d., Paris has lost its Mnallest street, a thoroughfare 18 i feet long and 6 wide, known as "the I Street of the White Peacock." its i .buildings were pulled down to let a Jittle light into the diney old Hotel 7 :SO A. for Jolly Bill and On the Phil Cook s Sunbinb John Trm Tilks Jij'iv :Havana: Ousted from house" and home in 'Havana, one has somewhere to go. newest Havana suburb, "Barrio' Cubarjo ;de las and a total of 1J170 persons, altSough; its existence dates only fronrriine -months ago. V As'.is.-the case with several simi- lar but smaller settlements, no- tably that krrown-as "Llega y Pon" "come in and put it the. "Barrio, -de las is open to all who have been ejected from their homes for non-payment of rent. Need .Certificate This is the only requisite for residence: certificate of .ejection. Four named, the Avenue of Independence, Avenue of the Widows, Avenue of Progress and Central avenue, run. through the "city." And those streets arc kept clean.' Tiny, shacks, most of them built the fibrous tissue at the top of 'the-royal palni tree, line the avenues; '-It is from the build- ing :materiar that the suburb takes Fcwvof the residences arc larger than: four five -meters, "although individual shows lip in thcfform-'of adorning'several.. .Interior 'Secretary Octavio Zubi- and Julio' Izquierda, chief of the. Havana" central district, wcro recent visitors to the "bar- rio." Have A Mayor They made official the residents' choice of Juan Diaz Osme to serve as mayor and Carlos Grar.dos as secretary. Osme's house, hence, is located in the central part of the city. The Cuban flap waves proud- i ly above it, and all new arrivals must register there. According to Osmc, there has [been no police'case and no sickness since he became mayor. "My poo- Vine M P. M. i pie." he said, "wish only to live j quietly, completely disassociated 1 from politics and the like, going I about their various business, such j as the selling of sweets, newspa- pers or old bottles." j .Although no taxes are paid, the i suburb has its own little school, i where children of paints too poor to dvess them properly for the mu- i nicipal schools are taught reading, j writing and arithmetic by Senor- i itas Celia COUPO and Crcscencia casual interest for many weeks. }At .first the-'formalities and re- stnctions may irritate the new senator, but, if so, he probably will keep his. irritation to himself and plug jeverlastingly away at jwhat he sets out to do. is persistent and'follows thoughts with di- rect action; Fiery Leader, s He was fearless in his administration of and even the most stringent rules un- likely will hamper'his style. He will find ways and means to achieve his ends. As gc-i-emor of Louisiana, Long greeted dignitaries in pajamas, signed bills' in bed, refused to leave his state for fear political foe might usurp the power for a day, and put off his Washington debut for the same reason. W5thin 11 months after his elec- tion; as' governor in 1928 he faced impeachment charges was exonerated. won both admiration and hatred. Here, in the the youth- ful senator will find many -a.' curb upon his .natural 'inclinations to cut red; tape and formality. First off, he will'come smack upiagaiost the well-known senatorial taboo against much activity on; the part of Others 'as tempestuous and im- pulsive as -the. Hon. Huey. havei banged this unwritten code without much avail. The seasoned veterans have ways and 'means of cnforcnig this'creed which arc unobtrusive but effective. Change Likely 'As the 38-year-old ex- ecutive had plenty of ;power to. force action upon almost any mat- ter. He, even called out.the tiato help him when he needed it. As-senator, he will find conflicting others frequently slow up direct and. special'' regional needs 'of action upon his', proposals. wjas only one gov- ernor in Louisiana- (at 'least .Long as. much'. although at one time.scveral 'persons had taken thc.bath.of Here in Wash- ington there', arc 9G senators, each enjoying' the., same prerogatives and rank the. 'gentleman from v Importance Will Wave Still'further, the press galleries must cover the activities of the house of representatives, the White House, and the various govern- mental, departments each day, so that Mr. Long's activities probably will not assume the import rela- tively that they did at home. Here each utterance and action must be weighed in the press dis- patch hopper in relation to all the others. Senator Long, as the champion of legislation lo prevent the plant- ing of cotton Tiert year, must de- cide his course immr-Jiately. j If he is to effectively present his ideas on the cotton situation he will have to find ways and means to, meet tfiesc Washington prob- lems because the set up is such that indirect rather than direct tion usually is 'the order of the day. DAIRY CAGERS HERE TONIGHT Local Dribblers Face Strong Aggregation In Hotel Annex Tonight. The, winning streafc Fleet- Wing quintet on their home floor will be-, seriously .threatened tonight jf when the powerful Hoak's Dairy team appears here for a game. Earlier in the Dairy team refused to the grounds .that they were not "fast enough.'-' ;The vfine record-'estab- lished by 'the locals'-has calibre of the, teanrthey- are and to- night they will try to make the ;Dfiiry take .it and like it 'All-Star Lineup Russ former Gettysburg college speed booked to be in the, visitors' lineup. Rags Pur- jamc and Steve Vergot, ex-Steelton high luminaries, Ross, Dailey and McCarvel will round out the sqilad. The milk-men will bring one of the best teams to Gettysburg that win appear here'this season Fast, fine passers, and crack shots, the capital city lads. promise to give the Wings a hot battle. 'Hen. Bream will be back in the Fleet-Wing lineup tonight and this will give the gas-men their regu- lineup Charley Gelbert and Yockey Bream will pair off at for- ward, with Buehler and H. Bream at the .guard positions. On the reserve list will be Flynn, Wermick, Myers and Rummel. In ithe preliminary T game the Cashtown independents will meet the Bigleryiile Trig five. This tilt promises to be unusually hard fought and a .good game may be ex- A slight change in time has been announced-for tonight's games. The preliminary game will start fifteen minutes later than usual, the "open- ing; tilt being'booked for with the big game immediately following.' SHAKESPEAREAN DRAMA SCORES HIT IN PERSIA Teheran has become the leading playwright here. .Venice" has been trauSlated into Persian and the land of; Omar .is following Portia's judgment at the Zardoshtian theater- with deep interest. The play; be- tween acts, is discussed audience in Persian, Armenian, Arabic, Russian, Turkish and a dash of English "and German. A Hood River, school has no "grades has it had any fail- ures.. butter produc- tion 15; per -cent in the last year. Uom Mrs. Bessie Underwood Custcr county, PUBLIC SALE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1932 -One O'clock The undersigned will have public sale at her residence, in Mummas- burgT of the following: HOUSEHOLD GOODS Antique writing desk; 'antique chairs: antique wardrobe; sinks; recking chairs; kitchen chairs; reed suite; cane-seated chairs: kitchen table; cherry table; beds and springs; 'stands; couch; sewing machine: cradle: clock; lamps; lan- terns: butchering tools: meat table: crocks; pots; pans; churn; rugs; hooked rugs. 9x12; linoleum rug: shovels; picks: washing machine; corn shelier; corn worker; wheel- barrow; work bench: buggy: har- ness; fence wire; iron hog trough; pump trough; iron kettle; block and tackle; hedge shears: brier scythe: spring wagtfn. .Also some onions; and sweet p'otatoes. Other articles too numerous to mention. Thirty chickens by the pound, corn fodder. Terms nnd "conditions will' be made known day of sale by MAGGIE ALLISON. Topper, Auct. _ BULLETWAT ARTlSTSWIN College Wrestlers Defeat Johns Hopkins 26 To S Saturday. Gettysb.urg.- college's grunt and groan won their first mat match' of 'the .year afternoon by.-defeating the Johns Hopkins grappiers-26-8 before a large inany guests for the week-end dances. Capt. McReyriolds' -.proteges won five of the seven.bouts, Stprier, Mc- Carty arid falls and pieril.won by time advantages. winning his match by-the fraction of a second, "as just pinned his'rival as the'tirfte-'expired. "Bull" Stdner; of the 1932 football ;ma.chlne; his 175 pound class match; in the fast time of 33 seconds; .sending Herman's shoulders to theVmat with a crouch and body Johns Hopkins1- victories were scored by..'Hartman who defeated Kipp in the-lis'-pound-class with time advahtagcWqf (T minutes and 20 seconds, arid; Gamse who threw Metzger with a-Nelson-uV. 8 minutes and 10'seconds: '--'.The forfeited the' heavyweight -match. The summaries: 118 Johns Hop- kins, Gettysburg, a time advantage of 6 minutes and 20 seconds. "-.'v. 126 Johns Hop- kins, threw Metzger, Gettysburg, with a-Nelson in 8 minutes and 10 seconds.. '-V-, .'135. Gettysburg, defeated Mele, Johns Hopkins, with a time advantage of 8 minutes and 44 seconds. Gettysburg, threw Engshani; Johns Hopkins; with a crouch ;ahd half-nelson, in 2 minutes. v .155 Gettysburg, threw Bachman, Johns Hopkins, with a crouch and head hold in-15 minutes And'29 seconds. 165 Gettysburg, defeated Sears, rJohnai Hopkins, with a time advantage 8 minutes and 12 seconds; Heavyweight by Johns Penn State. r DANES1 CAW-MOTOR: SHIPS Scandi- navian Shipping" Gazette, surveying the points out that of 73 vessels laid up in Danish ports, not one is a'motor ship, a fact which this country, the' cradle of motor- driven lines, takes as proving this type more economical than steam. Feb. Yl. P. M. To Finish GEORGE -HAGEN U. S.' Marine Champion HERBIE- FREEMAN Champion LEO; PINETZKI 30 L Minute Boats SZABO FARMER BILL NELSON PAUL FAVRE VS. NAZZARENO PEGGI .Admission 50c to Reaerve 'Seats Now On Sale ZEMBO MOSQUE Diphtheria ;Shows -Diphtheria cases in Pennsylvania, after dropping to the ipwest point ol the. season on -December 26, show- ing' only eighty-eight reported, has since risen slightly. curve was steadily downward for flveweeks, according- to figures, reported to Dr. Moore chief .of the bureau of communicable diseases, state department of health. The final week qf the year started the curve upward again.' Typhoid has about ceased its in- roads: upon the of the state, only sitxeen-cases being reported in the past week..- 24, ty- phoid reached a peak' of 106 cases, steadily falling from that date until December 26. when it had reached low point of ten. Infantile' paralysis, which caused so much concern during the- early autumn, has dwindled to two cases. Tularemia. or rabbit has finally put in a belated appearance, with three cases repprted-Ironvthe western part of the state. -The dis- ease was .contracted in- thex usual way, from dressing a diseased rab- bit with bare.hands.: Other communicable diseases .with a heavy seasonal average, are: measles, 941 cases for the past week; chicken pox. 729; scarlet fever, 495; whooping cough, 487, and mumps, 422. Many of these maladies will show an upward, curve during the next few weeks, Doctor Campbell pre- dicted. St. Louis are under .way for construction of a air terminal, building at Lambert- St Louis field. .It will Include a ticket office, baggage arid mail- rooms, waiting room and offices for the field manager. ('DON'T BLAME THE WASHER FOR THOSE DINGY CLOTHES -IT'S THE SOAP OH, THAT'S THE SOAP WOMEN WRITE ABOUT 1 IN THE PAPERS I NEXT WASHDAY SUCH A GORGEOUS SNOWY WASH SUCH FRESH; VIVID COLORS-WITH RINSO! TRY IT FOR DISHES ALL CLEAN ING, TOO. IT'S REAL WORK-SAVER ifo And Km the BIG iptor Hoak's VS. Steve Vergot, sensational Steelton H. S. star, Russ Tuckey, an .old Gettysburg favorite, Rags Furjanic, Ross and McCarvel are in the Hoak'lineup and they are coming to Gettysburg with vthe idea of breaking the ten game winning streak of the Fleet-Wings on their home floor. Preliminary vs. Biglerville Hotel Gettysburg Annex Admission 35c K. of C. 'nesday, February J7th. EWSPAPER I   

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