Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 17, 1926, Altoona, Pennsylvania
THE ALTOONA MIRROR-TIILRSDAY, JUNE 17, 1926,
AI DENVER MEET
Lunches, Dinners, Balls and Speeches Feature Great Celebration at the Denver Convention.
DENVER, Colo., June 17.—With Hie convention week half pone there sic
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given bt visiting Rotarinns from all over the world.
Dinnc ' -wl lunches are being given in honor of the many groups, and cel-cbiations of delegations continue as tho Impetus of the convention iu-crca« ". Time is getting to be so’ precious that the streets arc full of ye. ’ .lug groups hinging and dancing under the clear starry skies tar into tho morning. I lie music of band3 and singers awaken sleepers as early as seven in the morning and the last stiains of music and song are beard near daybreak in the lobbies and squares and streets.
Tom J. Davis, law yer of Butte, Mont.., stated that the very elements of fair dealing make a monetary sakis of any ethical principle, when put into prae-l operation. Dither professional
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man or tradesman, industrial leader or workman, through the u*e of Ii is I,..man principles of fairness and tin* der-itanding of the position of tho other fellow, can set the basic performance of every aet in bis life upon a high plane from which he need not fear to fall unless his principles change. Mr. Davis is chairman of the const!* lotion and by-laws committee, and expressed faith in the leadership of soundly expressed codes ut procedure.
No higher nor rarer inspiration has been attained in former years than at this convention. It appears to be a convention with its feet on the ground, in spite of the Inspirational appeal* to the minds of the Rotarians and the Interpretation* of the purposes of the institution. Practical applications of the civie activities in tho interests of the under-privileged boys of many communities bus brought out tho de* J sire on the part of so many clubs in all countries tit give that type of boy a fighting chaine under the supervision °f Rotary management. The de- I sire to give strength of life to crippled children, and the increase of children’s pleasures iii the form of playgrounds and recreation parks as well as various types of homes for youth and as- I sistaneo given during college days, form the aspirations of this form of idealism in ihe minds of Rotarians.
In view of nil the white capped mountains ranging from Pike’s peak t> Long’s peak, a panorama of fifty miles, and from a memorial collonade a mile-high, the ladies of Itotary wero entertained at a garden fiesta yes-ti?dny afternoon, by the Denver Boti y-.'-ns, assisted by the ladies of the entire Colorado' district of Rotary, A pageant of ‘‘Wild-Flowers of tho Rocky Mountain*" was presented by leo hundred performers whose serv* i"»s wert given in tho interests of the hospitality of the city.
The mecca of Thursday evening was the City auditorium where the annual president’* ball was in full swing until early morning. The great link I hut i -nts l'g.Othi was too small for the occasion and there were overflow gathering' in many other halls, including ti • Elks ballroom. President Adams and his wife wero tho center of attraction and congratulations poured upon birn for the great expansion of Rotary in tho past year and the win-nk'g qualities which made him a worthy leader in long line of notable presidents.
The formal announcement was made flat the lft‘27 convention will be held in Ostcnd, Belgium. It was also given as an assurance that King Albert would oj ■ the convention in person. Ho is an honorary member of the Brussels club.
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(By United Press.) WILLIAMSPORT, Pa., June 17.— William jiort today was decked iii gala stele for the opening session of the . - * convention of the Pennsylvania organisation of S eterans of foreign Wars.
Th* convention, which opened here today, will be in session, Thursday, Pikla• and Saturday.
Headquarters for the convcntipn have b ii opened in the Lycoming hotel.
Mayor Hugh Gilmore of Williamsport was to deliver the address of welcome at the opening session at ft.30 o'clock this morning. Harper M. Tobin, slate commander of the organization responded to the address by Gilmore.
The principal address at the morning session was delivered by John Harries of tho organization of Spanish War Veterans and bv .Major Jackson SI Painter of the Garrett post of the American Legion.
Koutinp business will occupy the afternoon si Mon of the convention
Thursday night there will be a guests at* a baseball game between Williamsport and Elmira in the New York Pennsylvania league.
Thursday night there twill be a s-.noker at’the local Moose lodge.
Friday will see the convention get d ivn to real business with botli morning and afternoon sessions devoted 1 . that subject. Friday night there will be a military ball—one of the principal social feaurcs of the meeting at the New Lycoming botel.
The delegates also will witness an-other br- -ball game on Friday, while tho women will be entertained with
a sight-seeing tour of Williamsport and the surrounding country.
The final day of th© convention will lie devoted almost exclusively to parades although there will be a short business session in the morning.
At this business session the officers for tile coming year will lie elected.
The parade proper is scheduled at 1.30 p. m. and the local post is offering u prize for the delegation with the largest number of ■tanners in line.
The “Military Order of Cooties.” a *1 ta degree, also will hold sessions here during the convention.
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HARRISBURG, June 17.—William Ashby today is in serious condition at a ’hospital here as a result of coming in contact with a high-voltage electric wire while working on a pole high above the ground. The man was saved from falling when, after he bad been rendered unconscious by the shock, bis leg caught on a cross-arm of the pole. He was badly burned about the hands, body and face.
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