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   Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - April 17, 1935, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                                PAGE TWO THE GETTYSBURG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1935. Wi Personal Mention and t TELEPHONE 72 OR 91 Miss Eleanor Romberger enter- tained the members of the Tryst club Tuesday evening: at her home on Chambersburg street. The club meet in two weeks with Miss Anne Maust, Baltimore street. w Miss Alma arrived Tues- day evening from Philadelphia, where she is a student at Temple university, to spend the Easter va- cation at her home on center square. Mrs. Charles R. Wolff entertain- ed the members of the Tuesday night bridge club this week at her home on East Lincoln avenue Ad- ditional guests included Mrs. Prank Slaughter, of Haddon Heights, New Jersey; Mrs Ralph. D. Wickerham, Mrs. Lester Johnson and Mrs James MeConaghie. The club will meet in two weeks with Mrs Charles W. Beachem. Mrs. Herbert L. Grimm and Mrs. Henry Scharf have issued invita- tions for a bridge-luncheon at 1 o'clock Friday, April 26, at Hotel Gettysburg Mrs. Glenn Bream. Seminary stieet, spent the day in Baltimore -V Miss Margaret Major will arrive Thursday from Ardmore to spend the Easter vacation with her motn- er, Mrs. Robert Major, Harrisburg: road. Dr. Robert P, Marsh will go to Carlisle Thursday evening to at- tend the meetings of the Pennsyl- vania academy of science which will be held there Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Walter Ranney, mother of Dr, Elliott W. Cheney, who under- went an operation in an Easton hos- pital ten days ago, is reported to be getting along satisfactorily Dr. and Mrs. John. Akers have re- turned to-their home in Holidays- burg after a visit of several days with Prof, and Charles W. Beachem. V Prof, and Mrs. C, B. Stover have gone to Brownsville, Maryland, to spend the Easter vacation. Upper End Communities News notes from the Bigler- ville ville section as gathered by special Times correspondent. Call Biglerville, No. 8. SEEK TO END TAX DEADLOCK Governor Earle Calls Confer- once oi Party Leaders This Afternoon. >tiss Kathryn Knouse, who is a student at Susquehanna university, Selmsgrove, arrived today to spend the Easter vacation with her par- ents, Mr and Mrs M K. Knouse. of Aiendtsville. The Willing- Workers' class of Bethlehem Lutheran Sunday school, Bendersville, will meet Thursday evening with Mis. Geoige Routsong. Donald Meckley, who is a student at State college, arrived today to spend the Easter vacation with Mr and Mrs. John C. Bieam, of Heid- lersbmg Prison Rebels Return to Posts Columbus, April 17 penitentiary warden James C. Woodard announced today that all but 78 of the convicts who went on strike Monday returned to their post in the prison shops and mills today. Woodard said that during the morning' he had talked with the convicts and had told them "go back to work or Emergency guards rushed within the walls of the prison today in con- nection with the passive rebellion but Woodard denied there was trou- ble. Local Men Get Wenonah Awards John B Riddlemoser, McKnights- nown, and Crawford Trestle, Get- tysburg, were among the students at Wenonah military academy honored at a banquet, Tuesday evening. Both Riddlemoser and Trostle re- ceived their varsity letters for foot- ball and basketball at the banquet. Ox DaGrocco, former AH-Ameri- can football star at Colgate and present instructor at Temple law school, Philadelphia, returned to his alma mater to serve as toastmastei Marty Brill, football mentor at LaSalle college; Jing Johnson, for- mer Athletic's pitcher and present director of athletics at Ursinus col- lege, and Jack McEvoy, football coach at Ursinus college, gave ad- diesses Following the dinner and speeches Ben Ogden, track coach at Temple, gave an illustrated talk on track During the evening the cadets gave several of the hit numbers fiom their show Captain Mincemoyer awarded the letters. Richard Walton arrived today fjom State college to spend the Easter vacation at his home in Big- lerville. An Easter program will be ren- deied by the Bender's Lutheran Sunday school at 7-30 o'clock Satur- day, evening at the church. Mrs. Clyde Orner was the of honor at a surprise paity held recently at her home in Benders- ville upon the occasion of. her bii th- day anniversary. The evening was spent in playing progressive "500" after which refreshments were served. The guests included Mr and Mrs. Ira Y. Baker and daugh- ter, Lucille, of Gettysburg; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schwartz and son, of Littlestown, Mi. and Mrs. Merl C. Bream and Mr and Mrs. Reed Snyder. of Carlisle, Mr. and Mrs Samuel Macbeth and daughter, Julia Anne, and Mr. and Mrs Orner and. daughter, Margaret Louise Harry McDannell has arrived from State college to spend the Easter vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar McDannell, of Arendtsville. Mrs. Ella Maddox, of Roanoke, Virginia, is spending some time with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Geoige Baugher, of Aspeis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright and Mrs. Anna L Wise, of Harrisburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs H. G. Baugher, of Aspers. Mrs. H. E. Becknell, of Washing- ton, D C is a guest of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Meyer, of Biglerville. Mrs. Meyer and her guest spent Tuesday in Harrisburg. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Slaybaugti, of Westwood, New Jersey, are spending the Eastei season with their par- ents, Mr and Mrs William Slay- baugh and Mrs Calvin Rice, of Big- lerville. Dale Roth, a student at Lebanon Valley college, Armville, is spending the Easter vacation in Biglerville his parents, Mr and Mrs Rufus Roth Guessing Contest In Local Theatre 1WUIRIAGE LICENSES Marriage licenses were issued at the office of C. P Palmer, clerk of the courts, to Wilbur J Hankey. 32, Hamilton township, and Miss Ruth E Cluck, 32, Franklin township, and to William R. Harner, Jr. 22, and Miss Anna M Halter, 20, both of Mt Pleasant township. FILL IVY WEEK POSTS Elections for "Bowl" and "Spoon" positions for the Ivy Week celebration at Gettysburg college were held this week. George Mac- Millan was elected to the "Spade" position; Edward B. Bulleit, "Bowl" and Warren R. Jones, "Spoon." COUNTIANS MAKRIED Joseph L. Rebert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen E. Rebert, McKnights- town, and Dorothy A. Orner, daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs Edward S Orner, Arendtsville, were united in marriage on Saturday. The cere- mony was performed in St. Johns, Pa., by the Rev. Theodore C Hes- son, pastor of the Evangelical Re- formed church, there. The Rev. Mr. Hesson was formerly pastor of the Arendtsville Reformed church. The Majestic theatre is conduct- ing a "guessing contest for the next two weeks and the twelve win- neis will each receive a large elec- tric floor lamp Seven Gettysburg mei chants aie cooperating with the Majestic in conducting the contest, Irving Mn- isch, manager, announced today Tickets to enter the contest may be received at each of the seven places of business or at the theatie The contestant writes down the number of beans he or she thinks are in a one-gallon jar The twelve poisons guessing the neaiest coiiixt number will leceive a lamp The wmneib will be announced at the theatre on the evening of May 2. The met chants cooperating in the contest are Ira Plank, Mitchell's restauiant, Mjeis' grocery. National garage. People's cash store, Gettj.s- buig hardware store and People's drug store. Mr Mirisch also announced that he will show the next issue of "The Maich of a newsrecl picturi- zation of current happenings on April 24 and 25 Harnsburg. April 17 ernor Earle today put the machin- ery into motion for snapping the two months deadlock which has snarled the legislature over means for increasing state income in the next two years. He called a conference of demo- cratic and republican leaders to dis- cuss conflicting plans of raising new revenues after June 1 and to attempt to reconcile diverging estimates of the amounts necessary. These were the basis from which each side started: is needed and that it should be raised through a series of 22 new meas- uies, including a number of new taxes only 000 "is needed, anti that only nine new measures are needed, including sev- eial new taxes. Governor Earle called the first compromise conference for 2'30 o'clock this afternoon. Six republi- cans and six democrats were invited fiom each of the two houses Representative Miles Horst, Leb- anon, republican, sponsor of the resolution to investigate the state relief system, was named chairman of the investigating committee at an organization meeting today. The senate passed and sent to the house a bill to appropriate for the inquiry. SLAYER SEEKS COMMUTATION Plea Is Heard by State Board Of Pardons in Harrisburg Today. Harrisburg, April 17 (AP) sel for Robert Allen Edwards today carried to the state board of par- dons their fight to save the youth- ful "American tragedy" slayer from, the electric chair. Edwards, convicted of slaying Freda McKechnie, is under sentence to die the week of May 6. Today, Frank McGuigan, told the board Freda's death was accidental and that Edwards, driven frantic by the tragedy, did not know what ne wras doing when he struck her with a blackjack Nine of the jurors who recom- mended the death penalty for Ed- wards signed a statement to the pardon board saying they will "have no objection if the board of pardons determines the penalty was too se- vere and commutes the sentence." Attorney General Margiotti said Edwards' love letters to Margaret Cram, East Aurora, York, music teacher, showed motive for the slaying, but added "they also give evidence of a deranged mind." Edwards' counsel asked medical men to study testimony taken in the trial The boy's parents and the father of the slain girl were in the hearing room It was brought out Edwards made a statement a few days after he was first questioned by police, and Margiotti said, "He admitted he in- tended to kill this girl because she was an expectant mother. He hit her over the head with a blackjack. That sounds more natural, doesn't "I wouldn't say replied Mc- Guigan 'I have faith in the de- fendant's story BITTER FIGHTING REPORTED IN THREE CHACO SECTORS Asuncion April 17 'AP) fitthting in three sectors of the Cnaco fiont culminated Tuesday in the fall of Charagua. important town in the Bolivian department of Santa Cruz, the war ministry announced j A large deposit of munitions and 1 other war supplies was captured along with the town, which pie- viously had been set afire by the Paraguayan ai tillery bombardment, it was said The unnounceme-nt of Chaiagua's fall came at the climax of a day of busk fighting in which some of the town's buildings were set afire by enemy shells. DIDN'T WANT TO BE HASTY G, 0, P, SUGGESTS NEW TAX PLAN Present in State Senat-a Monday Night; Would Raise After an argument with Governor Frank Fitzgerald, John Gillespie, former Detroit police commissioner and a dominant and wealthy figure m Michigan politics, wandered into the woods "to pull myself together and prevent myself from doing anything hasty." He is shown, left above, as he appeared normally, and, at right, as his son found him ten days after his disappearance. (Associated Press Photos) Giant Clipper Ship Spans Pacific Ocean to Honolulu Honolulu. April 17 big clipper plane "Pioneer" alighted on Pearl Harbor here at a. m. Honolulu time p. m. E. S. T.) today after a 2400 mile flight frcm Alameda, Cali- fornia. Alameda, Cal., April 17 Exactly on schedule, the big clipper frying boat and its six-man crew left here Tuesday on a flight to Honolulu to blaze the first leg of a commercial trans-Pacific airline to the Orient The plane reported itself 216 miles at sea at 5.30 p. rn E S T. Tuesday m a message to the Pan-American radio station heie, approximately one hour and 40 minutes after the take-off. The plane, at an elevation of feet, was south and west of here and flying 151 miles per hour. Vis- ibility was reported unlimited and everything aboard "O. K." Off In Late Afternoon The Fan-American plane took off at 3 50 30 p. m (6 50 30 E. S T rose GIVE PAGEANT AT EASTER SERVICE SUNDAY GUESTS Mr and Mrs. William Walker and son, Bentley, of Philadelphia, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs Lott Walker, Liberty township. Mt. Joy Lutheran S. S. to Pre- sent Play. Sunday Eve- ning at O'Clock. An Easter pageant, The Gate Beautiful." will be presented by members of the Sunday school at Mt. Joy Lutheran church. Sunday evening at 7 30 o'clock The Rev Herbert Schmidt is pastor of the church. Miss Catherine Durboiaw and Mrs. Clarence will be the soloists and the adult choir, under the direction of Mrs. Charles Har- ner, will sing during the presenta- tion of the pageant, which is being directed by Mrs. Heibert Schmidt and Mrs Clarence C Smith The cast follows Harry Maring, John Mai ing Wal- ter Null, Glenn Heller, John Plank, Frank Shnver and Ralph Grove, disciples, Heiman Maiint; Otis Shoemaker, Ray Heller and Roy Forney, soldiers; Clarence C Smith. Jr, Simon, Roy Shoemaker Peter; Miss Anna Maiy Bennei, maid. Miss Gladys Dem Veionica, Miss Rebecca Reaver, Mary Magdalene, Miss Beatrice Sharretts, Man, of Bethanj, Goldie Bjcrs Vngm Mary; Misses Margaret Benner. Catharine Dougherty, angels, Misses Marion Durboraw Lucille Reaver, Adelle Reaver, Freda Benner Made- Smith, Anna May Wilson and Ruth Swartz. virgm.s slowly from the water and headed toward its distant goal Four powerful motors, developing 2 800 horse power, whirled the Dig propellers as several thousand spec- tators eagerly watched the start of the pioneering hop. The six men of the chppei's crew, captained by Edwin C. Musick, walked to the float and entered their exalt. They vvoie natty blue uniforms and white caps. Rises In Thirty Seconds Then Chief Pilot R. O. D. Sullivan opened the throttles and the craft turned slowly and headed out into the bay. Spray foamed from the sleek black hull as the clipper gathered speed It laced along the suiface for a quarter of a mile and, after 30 sec- onds, lifted into the air. Among the spectators was Sulli- van's young son and Mrs. Harry R. Canaday, wife of the craft s junior flight officer. "I think daddy made the best take-off I ever joung Sullivan exclaimed happily Dozen Planes As Escort Apparently flying slowly, the clip- per nevertheless forced a dozen ac- companying planes to race in keep- ing up with it as it passed over San Francisco and out of the Golden Gate The two thm fingers of the Gold- en Gate bridge, under construction, formed a led-pamted pasagevvay for the plane as it flew over the blue Pacific The sun was shining brilliantly at Alameda and weather conditions at sea were reported almost ideal Theie were onlj a fewr scattered clouds en route and no adverse winds. Harrisbuig, Apnl repub- lican majoiity in the senate Monday night proposed these taxes as alter- natives to the twenty-two point pro- gram totaling which Governor Eaile submitted two months ago- l Giaduated peisonal income tax. with piesent federal exemp- tions to produce for the two-year (If this should be declared uncon- stitutional, then and only then a moderate income tax in lieu thereof 2. Ten per cent net coipoiate in- come tax to apply to all forms of coiporate business including manu- factuiers and utilities. (This is an increase of 66 2-3 per cent over the amount proposed by the gover- nor) 3 Imposition of tax upon trans- feis of property by gift at the same late as the present inheritance tax..... 000 4 Reducing the time limit foi escheating or payment of unclaimed deposits to the state by banking or savings institutions 5. Tax according to the miles operated in Pennsylvania on foreign tiucks coming into state 6 A tax on cigarettes at the rate of one cent for each ten cigarettes or fraction thereof 7. A tax on non-alcoholic bever- ages and non-alcoholic mixed drinks, milk 8. Imposition of a documentary tax at the rate of five cents per on all notes, deeds, bonds, and mortgages 9. Two-cent tax on checks and drafts or orders for payment of Total In addition, the lepublicans "sug- gested" a sales tax, with all foods exempted, estimated, to raise in the next bienmum, "all of which would go to the reduction of school taxes on real estate." Police Forbid Harpooning of Fish Pans, of fish in the Seine river has been forbid- den by Paris police. To the thosan'ds of patient fish- ermen who daily line the banks of I the histoiic stream, the law. means I little. Fish caught m or near the jcity seldom are moie than three or four inches in length, too small to harpoon One fisherman, whose velvet-col- laied coat was topped by a deiby, expressed the belief that the deciee was issued to save work for po- lice. Ambitious harpooners, he said, sometimes fall in the nver, necessitating hurry calls for the rescue, squad. SUGGESTS PLAN TO PAY BONUS Senator Harrison Offers Bond- Redemption Method to Meet Bonus POLICEMAN INJURED BY PIECE OF Cincinnati. April 17 Fergus, veteran policeman, has run into many hard ones in his but a piece of cake finally stopped him Fergus was romping with his chil- dren when one of them threw the piece of cake It hit the policeman in the eye and he had to be treated at a hospital. Fergus is investigat- ing the cake and its origin. Minnesota Cager In Freak Accident IN COLLEGE CLUB Miss Emily Wible and Clyde Sow- ers, both of Gettysburg, are members of the lural club of the Millersville state teachers college The club, which numbers one hundred and thirty-five members, will send dele- gates to the national conference which will be held in Columbus, Ohio, next September. ON AIR FRIDAY Mrl. John M. Phillips, of Pitts- burgh, president of the state Fed- eration of Pennsylvania Women will appef" in a broadcast with Boake Carter, news commentator, Friday evening at 7.45 o'clock. Mrs Phillips has spoken in Gettysburg on several occasions under the auspices of the Mothers' club, which is a member of the state federation, and has many friends here. Hills Minn has its broken collar bones and ba.se- ball its sprained ankles and spike wounds but here's a brand new in- jury" for swallowed tongue While the local hmh vchool court five was engaged in its List came of the season with Magnolia Jack Hills torw.ird, jumped for the ball and fell to the floor in a conscious condition, buathing with great difficulty. Hushing onto the flooi ,he Hills' coach discovered Dean s tongue was flipped backwaid a.s if .swallowed Th< coach pulled the lad tongue back into position and after a mo- ment's rest. Dean went back into the game Washington April 17 f AP) A bond-redemption method of com- pionnsing the cash bonus timated to cost S1.300 and designed to meet administration re- introduced todav i by Chairman Harnson of the scn- ate finance committee. He said his bill which he fore- cast President Roosevelt would ap- prove if passed by congiess would cost the government S500 000 000 more than the pnsent law It would advance the matuiity date of the adjusted seivice ceitincate fiom 1945 to 1938 and offei to xchange for them negotiable loadily con.eitible into cash Ine bonds, which veterans could get in exchange lor their cu- tificates would bear interest at 3 pei cent, which Hanison said would make it possible for the soldiers to "find a ready maiket for them" But aa an incentive foi veurans not to icdtem their certificates tor bends the bill would extend to them the light to hold then ceitificates until the old in.ituntv date of 1945 and obtain four per cent interest, compounded annually Traffic Lights For Ball Field Detroit "stop and go' lights which mean so much to the motorist will flash at Navm field this sepson The home field of the American league champions, the Detroit Ti- pers, will have a new Scoreboard 110 feet Ions and 30 feet high ir left center field this season Ir. place of numbeis, amber I'ghts will flash the strikes, green lights the balls and red lights the cuts New Easter Styles Zipper Vanity Hags Many Colors and Designs Priced at each Beautiful Assortment of Easter Greeting Cards BLQCHER'5 25-2.7 CHAMBERSBURG ST. Store A. M. to 6 P. M. GROW A GARDEN Make this store your headquarters for all neces- sary gardening equipment and supplies. Insist on Schell's Quality Seeds GEO. M. ZERFING Hardware On the Square GETTYSBURG, PA. SHUMAN'S CUT RATE STORE 34 Baltimore Street Citrate of Magnesia........................2 for 25c Genuine Texas Crystals ........................78c Udg-a Tablets ....................89c, Saraka .........................ggc Pepsodent Tooth Paste......................31c Cutex Preparations .....................29c Lunches YoiTwili Like, 25c EASTER CANDY We have a Large Assortment of Easter Candy MAY WE SERVE YOU? East End Grocery Hoku Slaybaugh, Prop BIGLERVILLE SUNDAY VISITORS Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Jennie Hartdagen, McKnights- town Station, were. Mr and Mrs George M Stover, Gettysburg R R Mrs Came Ferguson, Emmitstauig R. D Mis Charles Haitdagen Em- mitsbuig, W H Kipe, Sabillasville, Marjland, Mr.s. Rhoda Ferguson ana children, Anita, Bernicc, Lola Mona Mae, and Carlton, Fairfield R D Mr and Mis George and child: en, Charles, Mildied, Wil- bur, Paul, and Blanch, Sabillasville, Mi and Mrs Roy Haitdagen and thildicn, Chailes and Lois. Mr and Mrs J Douey and son, Gene, of Emmitsbuig, Mr and Mrs Guv Kipe and son, Chester, Thomas Gardner. Sabilla.sville; Mis J B Witherow, Getty.sbuig R D Mrs j Viola Wheilcy, Gettjsburg, Aithui l Cox, Blue Ridge Summit and Ivan I Ohler, of Gettysburg Treated for Head Injury in York Ira Herring, 9-yeai-old son of C E Herring, Orrtanna, returned home from the West Side Sanita- rium, York. Tuesday evemnR, after receiving treatment for head in- juiy suffeied when he fell off a sled while coasting shortly alter Chnst- mas. The lad, who is a pupil in the Orrtanna school, was admitted to the hospital Monday He was accompanied to York by his biothei, Melvin. APPEALS TO COURT FOR HIS "HEAVIES" 18 Seminarians (Continued from Page One) Meyersdale, Robert Edgar Gail, Hanovei, Edwaid Snnely Prey, York; George Knode Gelbach, Ha- gerstown, Herbeit Graffins Hohman, Petersburg, Elwood George Johnson, Altoona; William Chester Karns, Ji Everett; Edwerth Ernest Korte, Easton, Mainland; Ralph Williams Meckley, Altoona George Leonard Nicholas Pottsvillc, Jesse Daniel Rebel, Shippensburg; Geoige Vul- gans Baltimoie. Lcvvi.s Aithur Wagnei, Gettysbuig, Howard Oliver Walkei. Baltnnote, George Dale Wolfe, Gettjsbuig, Aithur Elder Millar Ytagy New Oxfoid, and Eu- gene William Young, Hagetstown, Marj land Chicago, April 17 It was cold in Chicago Monday, and many persons shivered. Among them was George Roger Williams, who came into Judge De- sort's couit and asked for an order to collect his "heavies "When he said Ruth, his wife, whom he is suing for divorce, i "tell him to bring my diamond This gave the court an idea for a little exchange of articles Giv e her the ring." said the I court, "and get your underwear." I ___ _ I FIRE DAMAGES PLANE AND HURTS MECHANIC Miami, Fla April 17 (AP) Flames which quickly spread over a 20-passenger flying boat being re- paned at a Pan-American hangar here cutically buined one mechanic, less .seriously injured another ana caused about damage to the large .ship, which cost to build Leioy Norton, 27, was burned al- most over his entire body when the I electric drill with which he was working in the plane's hull ignited fuel which had been released when a dump valve was knocked open Twenty Grand in British Races London appearance of Mrs Pavne Whitnev s Twenty j Grand on English ti.icks is eager- ly anticipated m racing curies iwlu.e hi-, iccord of wai.-, in the United States is well known. Twenty Grand is entered for two races this season the Goodwood cup on August 1 at Goodwood, and the Donca.ster cup at Doncaster, Sep- tember 13 The Goodwood cup race is ovf r 2 miles 5 furlongs a distance slirehtly longer than two turns- of the Ken- tucky Deibv route The Aga Khans "Felicitation' is weighted 137 l pounds together w ith Twentv I Grand and H E Morris's Tai Yang, I in a list of about 20 horses with le.s.s< i weights including Pete Bost- 1 wick s Chanango Mrs F Ambrose Claiks On Post Marshall Fields hrnfield and William Woodwaids l 1 STOCK RCPORT I New Yoik. April 17 stock maikct maintained its balance i without much difficulty today de- indifference of lecent lu'ideis and lagging commodities, Two classes of Houdaille-Hi rshey j stock were in bi demand I throughout the moining nnd ad- vanced moie than a point each while a .steady to fain tone pie- vailecl in such shares as Stewai t- Wainer, Spicer manufacturing. Hei- cules motois. Bendix and Budd inamiffictuiinfi prefeireci. Among specialities climbing a point or so were Inland steel. United Fiuit nnd Philip Morri.s OUTLAW IS C'APTURKD Denton, Texas April 17 Ralph Fults recent running-mate of the condemned outlaw, Raymond Hamilton, was captured today by thiee Denton officers who chased lurn to the end of a blind country lane. Bigler Plant (Continued from Pago One) ployi d with a stiong likelihood that additional woikeis will be' engaged dining the peak season Thf fimt cushions to be manu- lactuied in Bigleivilc ale ustd in packing liuit The cushion is a laige lourid papei cushion, about one-half inch thick and filled with a composition made from old news- pi int The cushion is placed over the packed-basket of Iruit before the eover is placed, thus piotectmg the ,'ruit Irom damage in storage 01 in shipment Piactically every laige buyer of f i uit has ordered that the cushions be used on all fitiit pin chased by him and many large companies have been using the cushions for some tune It has afloicled a laitje saving in. waste or damaged fruit and is consideicd a boon to the fruit industry Two cushions, cnnilar to those to be made in Bigleiville. arc on dis- play in the windows of The Gettys- burg Times. FIREMEN GIVEN TOYS. FIND THEM ON FIRE Denver, Apnl 17 the file depaittnent would be glad to collect toys she had saved for distri- bution among poor children next Christinas The fiiemen would find the toys In a box on the ash pit at her home, Mrs Heibert C. Hamilton told the depaitment over the telephone. A few minutes later the telephone rang again Fire engines sped to the Hamilton house The toys were ablaze A spark fiom the ash pit had set the boa on fne The firemen came ba.f empty-handed WOULD CUT HAUFTMANN TRIAL COST TO IS OPERATED UPON Mrs J Monioe Anthonv, East Berlin, uncleiwent an operation in the Hanover General hospital Mon- day She had been a patient there since lasl Wednesday Mrs An- thonv is ifixirtod doing as well as can be expected Trenton, N J, April 17 (AP) New Jeisey expects to pare oil its Hauptmann trial expenses for an even cost of David T. Wilcntz. attorney-general, and Sen- ator Charles E. Loizeaux. chairman of the appropriations committee, reached an agreement in a confer- ence Tuesday whereby Loizeaux will introduce a supplemental appropria- tions bill for With this Wilentz hopes to nego- tiate a settlement of the outstand- ing unpaid bills All of the appropriated by the state i house commission several ago has been expended. NEWSPAPER!   

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