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Delta Herald-Times (Newspaper) - October 5, 1933, Delta, PennsylvaniaHerald times the Only newspaper adequately covering Southern York county Pennsyl Vania and Northern Harford county Maryland vol. La. No. 40 Dexta York county pa., thursday october 5, 1933 governor p1nchot attends our Celebration big crowds turn out for big three Days Here old forge Bridge and Road officially opened Pinchot lauds big Celebration in speech Here governor Pinchot made a Surprise visit to the big Community recovery Celebration last thursday evening. He reviewed the Parade and then spoke to a cheering crowd in the school Grove. The governor praised the great Community Celebration very highly. The United Community he said typified the whole spirit of the National recovery it was a question of everyone pulling together in a Antrim on he said. The governor drove to Delta from Harrisburg stopping off at York to look Over the flood Relief plans and the damaged buildings. Chauncey Kling York John r. Hood and Ralph Hetzel of the governor s office accompanied to Jan the governor visited the Herald times Plant and then saw the Parade from c. P. Morton s porch. He then to the Grove where he witnessed the Havre de Grace Fife and drum corps Drill. He then spoke from his car. County commissioner Edward g. Ruff introduced him in what the governor called the shortest introduction he had Ever received. Or. Ruff knowing the governor had to get away quickly said h hand gentlemen the ladies the governor recalled that he had invade an almost equally Short introduction for president Theodore Roos when he introduced my with and gentlemen the president of the United the governor after praising the and Bie spirit in which at was being carried on said he had just returned from the world s fair and that the spirit displayed Here was governor Pinchot run on that basis. If we could put that saying into effect one of the first things that would happen would be that the kingdom of concentrated wealth would be replaced in America by the Republic of the common Good. T do not need to Tell you that we have a Republican form of govern ment in the United states. But per haps i do need to Point out that we have just exactly Republican form of government i would like to see that form replaced by the fact of Republican government with no Man exercising More political Power than another Man merely because he has More wealth. And i think you too. We Are a Long Way from that yet although i really think we Are making Progress. But we would t be making Progress if we had t decided that we wanted a new Deal and then proceeded to use the Power the people always have if they will use it to put the right Man at the head. The people Are mighty even More pronounced than at Chi i together too patient i it the governor that the takes a lot of provocation to make world s fair pictured a Century of j them use their Power. This time they material Progress while the Cerebra a had the provocation and they used Tion was one in which ranch More i Itter strength it s a great pity they than material were typified. If Lon t use it More often. The governor s it Auk in Fol text to recovery from the of pres Lowe and perhaps More or port i know understand i ant than that is it hut that i am noticing. I did not aka is a recognition in practice that know i could come Emtil a few Jious ago. And i want St understood that my visit Here 3n no Way Ancer feres with the big Roele titration which 4s to Climax Yow it knee Day Celebration on saturday. Teig Fellows not Nece warily and forever have their own Way. The people sight to Hare look in at least part of the time lie Public Comee first. I do not Tainow whether you who what now the big Celebration is Over. From All sides we hear words of Praise. The Herald times played a big part in the Celebration. The Herald times provided the Means of raising the Money for the music the free movies other expense. It was through the Herald times that governor Pinchot came to town and made a speech at the opening night of the Celebration. Does this mean anything does it mean anything to the merchants of the Community does it mean anything to the automobile agencies and does it mean any thing to our manufacturing industries does it mean any thing to the Man on the Street and the Man on the land if it we All time and we can go right ahead and forget All about everything. If it did it Mearis that the Herald times is a medium by which a message can get Aci Oss to the people of the Countryside. It Means that the Herald times can be used to bring people to town i How by advertising what you have to sell of course. By boosting the paper and its subscription list. By keeping alive the Only voice that the Delta Cardiff Whiteford Community Lias. It is no secret that the Herald times has lost a lot of in. The past few years. It has lost Money because Only a Small percentage of our merchants. Have used it. It has lost Money because some of our merchants have their print ing done in York instead of in. Delta. It has lost Money be cause Many of our people have taken their work away from Delta and away from the Herald times. But things have been better in the past few weeks. They Are going to be still really believe. If we Are really All together As we were last week everything is going to come the Way everyone worked together last., week fills us. Alp i the renewed Hope. We Community and keep them coming Here if we try. The Herald times. State opens Bridge across Muddy Creek Secretary s. S. Lewis delivers address at dedication exercises. Edward 6. Ruff Washington club gives interesting program the Washington club made up of the members of the fifth and sixth grades at Delta gave a very interest ing program on september 22. The president of this club is Frederic h. Johnston the Secretary Emily i. J Williams. The new fifth Grade pupils were initiated into the Lincoln club Delta Man sniffers head injuries of Accident unknown. Miller of near Delta suffered head injuries when Ttoe automobile he driving left the on the Susquehanna Trail about one mile of York saturday night and crashed into a the car went to the left of the Road broke through the guard rail along the Highway and crashed into a tree. Or. Miller was taken from the car unconscious by Fred and James Smith of York r. D. And later taken to the York Hospital by miss Laura Morton York who Are listening see it As j do but i feel happened to be passing soon after the i would have liked to have been confident that what we Are seeing-1 Accident. He remained in the Hospital Able to be Here saturday but at was j today is beginning of a time Whin i overnight for observation. Miller told quite impossible. This is just a Friend j Public opinion which is the great patrolman m. W. Hughes who Eon turned away due to the Lack of seat by Call instead of an official visit that Force Back of Era. Web be so potent ducted an investigation he did not j ing and standing capacity crowds Jam doors at both theatres people from far and wide Many who had probably never visited Delta before came Here on thursday even ing not Only to see the Parade and to hear governor Pinchot but also to take in the free movies at both the pen mar and firemen s theatres. Not form any a Day if Ever has Del w and Community been favored with free movies such As were shown on thurs Day night. Tarzan the ape Man at the firemen a although it had been j shown Here several years ago Drew just As Large a crowd As did it s great to be alive at the pen mar. It is estimated that about three thous and people attended the two shows during the evening. Many More were on september 8 and have a very interesting program planned for octo Ber 12. The perfect attendance record for these two grades follow fifth Grade Edward Brown Ralph l. Cantler Herschel Carico. James Dowling George Thomas Dick Walter Flaharty Donald Glenn Louis Graf ton John s. Murphy Elmer Miller Alfred Montgomery Warren Mcfad Den Betty Jean Gailey Helen Louise Jones Mary a. Morris Alma v. Morton Mary v. Poff Dorothy Rob erts Helen Scott Winonia Street. Sixth Grade George m. Baer Frederick h. Johnston Fay e. Ayres Cora Marie heaps Emily i. Williams. The dedication exercises of the new state Bridge across Muddy Creek near the old forge dam and the six mile stretch of unproved Road from Delta to Sunnyburn brought to a close on saturday afternoon a three Day re covery Celebration for Delta Cardiff and Whiteford. At o clock saturday afternoon j a motor caravan headed by the Fawn Rove band and consisting of Secre tary of highways Samuel s. Lewis District Engineer Ray Wertz division Engineer j. C. Mccarrol District maintenance Engineer r. E. Eismin Ger county commissioner Edward g. Ruff county controller William h. Menges District attorney Ralph Fisher mayor Harry b. Anstine of York councilmen Daniel Bahn and Frank Breneman of York and county solicitor Robert m. Laird started at Pine Grove presbyterian Church at Sunnyburn and proceeded Over the improved Road to the old forge Bridge where Short exercises were held with county solicitor Robert m. Laird of Hanover in charge. Robert Carl Ruff son of commissioner and mrs. Edward g. Ruff of Bryansville and Charlotte Porter Gorrell daughter of or. And mrs. Wilson a. Gorrell Delta Cut the ribbons stretched across her a could not make on saturday. But i do want to say just a words about roads. I am i Gurty proud of what we have been Able to accomplish in Road building in Penn Sylvania in the last two and one half years. In that period Pennsylvania has built in round numbers Miles of main highways and Miles of country roads. If that in t getting the Farmer out of the mud i Don t know what is. Nothing has been done like it in the whole history of the world. And we re not through yet. Not by a Long shot. I will not be satisfied until the state has taken Over the entire second class township Road system Miles of it for maintenance and improvement. I fought for that All during the last clean Sheet for cow testers session of the legislature. And not through fighting for it yet. I m America that no one will even Daxe know Liat caused the Accident but to think of doing what the new York he said n was possible he Toight Nave monopolists of Power and privilege fallen have been doing and Are still doing i All in the Day s work and As a matter of course. Whether the old line politicians have drains enough to see what is going on i do not know. Sometimes i think they Are the dumbest people the lord Ever allowed to live on this Earth except of course the Money Kings who own them. But of this i Arn matter who stands in the matter How much hard fighting must be done before we reach the can be sure that the american people Are on their Way to a new birth of Freedom. We Are changing from an unlimited i Slateville Junior society meets Delta girl receives Surprise miss Ruth Spidle daughter of mrs. Elizabeth Spidle was very enjoyably surprised on monday evening when a number of her friends gathered to help celebrate her sixteenth birthday. The evening was spent in playing j games after which delicious refresh j ments were served. Those present were Mary Martha and Laura heaps Ruth Wise Elva Wilson Geho sobe Proctor Mary thus opening the new by huge Lor traffic. Gorrell is manager of the Power Plant located just Belover Bridge. Final exercises of the Dedica lion were held on the High school Grove at Delta in charge of county missioner e. G. Ruff. The pro Garnr. Was opened with the invocation by Rev. B. F. Ruley pastor of the Duma methodist protestant Church. Robert m. Laird county solid t outlined the work of the county missioner in relation to the Road project. He stated was the to s share of the improved Road expenditure the Bridge being built by the state. John r. Hood editor and publisher of this who was scheduled to take part was unable to attend. The Fawn Grove band under the direction of a. H. Morris rendered several selections during the program. Commissioner Ruff As master of ceremonies in introducing Secretary of highways Samuel s. Lewis said ladies and gentlemen it is my continued on Page three w. C. T. U. Appoints directors for year at the executive Board meeting held at the recent county convention j Gladys Jones Ruth Spiche Mary of the women s Christian Temperance the tuberculin area cow testing association finished testing in peach Bottom township last week with a clean Sheet. There was t a reactor in the township. All those who have not paid their assessment for testing Are requested to do so at once either to Walter Wise Bryansville or Benj. P. Stubbs treas. Of the peach Bottom cow testing association slate Hill. Elizabeth Dunlap Wilmer the usual meeting of the Slateville Roy Ayres. Gaibrel Allt juror society was held at the Chapel Johnston John Hyde Dooley Max Scarbo Roufeh Joseph Robinson. Winterson Stubbs Lee Jones hark on Friday evening with Jackie Dor Gan As Leader. The meeting was monarchy to a really democratic gov i h emment. We Are moving toward a time when in deed and in truth the i the heavy tax Burden on farms and Public Good will come first. And the country property must be lifted. We i we have to thank for it before All must put an end to the levying of taxes on Farmers for during the recent discussion of the National recovery program the governor said that the Era proves that America has not lost her soul. What Era Means to me above everything else is that t. A s motto is coming Public Good comes first. I Don t know any Way to better that motto. It seems to me to state the Case. Every state county and City in the nation is or ought to be others is the Man who spoke about the forgotten Man before election and remembered him afterwards Franklin d. Roosevelt president of the United Cardiff Community club the regular meeting of the Cardiff Community club will be held at the Home of or. And mrs. Walter Samsill on Friday evening october 6, at 8 o clock. An apology we Hope everyone in town has a sense of humor. In the hurry and flurry of getting out the big recovery edition several mis takes were made. The terrible one of course was the heading on the Story about repeal of the 18th Amend ment. Surely we need t say that the Delta Church is work ing against and not for re peal of the 18th amendment. We re sorry we made the mis take and apologize sincerely. Were present. The society expected to elect officers at this meeting but due to the fact that so few were present the election was postponed. The next meeting will be held at the Home of Johnnie Harkins the Leader will be Louise Jones. Those present were mrs. B. W. Jones mrs. John Dorgan Louise Jones Jackie Dorgan Jimmie Mac Kymson Phil Morton Anna Mae Mclaughlin Isabel Galbriath David i Galbreath and Alma Morton. Pelova o or Margare t Thias child and mothers. Meetings. Mrs. Minnie Mathins Christian citizenship mrs. John Hammond evangelistic and prison Reform mrs. Kathryn Garrett the ladies missionary society of j Flower Mission and Relief soldiers Slateville Church will hold their regu j and sailors mrs. Mrs. George Geisel Lar meeting at the Chapel on thurs Man legislation and Law enforce Slateville missionary society Day october 12. The hostesses for this meeting will be mrs. C. A. Haw Kins mrs. H. J. Handley mrs. Thorle Cooper and mrs. Nelson Cooper. A question Why is it that when residents and taxpayers of Delta Are Idle and want and need work not Only to keep themselves and families alive but also that they May be Able to their taxes that the Borough Council has a resident of Maryland working on the Borough streets is this part of the new Deal a citizen. Social service club the social service club of slate Villa and Vicinity will hold their regu Lar monthly meeting at the Home of supp. Mrs. Calvin Murphy on Friday even j ing october 6. All members Are re Quested to be present. Ment county officers medal contest mrs. Charles Benedick publicity mrs. Francos v. Harriett regional con Fere acc and institutes mrs. John j Hammond Sabbath Observance and Bible in Public schools mrs. C. M. A Mitzl sunday school mrs. W. T. Brown Temperance and mrs. A. R. Shaffer social mrs. Peter apples for Sale Home economics class to reorganize the Home economics class undo i the supervision of miss Helen Matheis Grimes Golden and others. Will reorganize for the Winter months please apply promptly. Telephone at the Home of mrs. Howard Jenkins Delta 33r13. J slate Hill at o clock tuesday 10-15-2t Susquehanna Orchards. Afternoon october 10. Newspaper

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