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'PAGE TWO THE CETTYSlUj'lU; TIMKS. SATURDAY, J A N U A R Y 25, lUHO. PERSONAL MENTION d*^**^^^* 1 ^^"^*^^**^*^**** 1 SOCIAL HAPPENINGS MI IM United TI or II Miss BeUe WiMs, of Washington, D. C., Who spent a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Irvln, Carlisle street, has returned home. » * » Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Wcikert and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 'Williams were among those who attended the state farm show at Harrisburg^on Thursday- · · ' · ' . * * * ; The Gettysbnrg Mothers' club will meet Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Donald Swope on Broadway. Mrs. 0. E. Bilheimer and Mrs. Guile Lefever will assist Mrs. Swope. Mrs. R. S; Saby, the president of the club, has announced that an important business session will be held and requests that all members attend. * * » Mrs. T «V. A. Corbctt, Howard avenue, has returned from a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Burn, of Vineland, N. J.. and with Miss Mary McDermott, of Philadelphia. £ £ * Edgar Markley, a student at the Dickinson law school at Carlisle, is spending the week-end at his home on York street. » * a Prof, and Mrs. Ernst O. Von Schwerdtner with their daughter, Anne, and son, Fritz, Baltimore street, are spending the week-end in Annapolis, Maryland, where they are guests of Mrs. Von Schwerdt- ner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. O. Kubitz. 1 # 9 1 * Over the Tea Cups will meet Monday evening with Miss Martha Dickson, Baltimore street. * * * The January tea of the Woman's League of Gettysburg college will be held in the social rooms of Christ Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The members of "The GIea.ners" class of St. Paul's Lutheran church at Biglerville entertained their mothers at the parsonage on Thursday evening. Following- a devotional period conducted by Miss Jean Fohl a program was rendered consisting of talks by the pastor, the Rev. Henry Sternat; the Sunday School superintendent, O. C. Rice; the past superintendent. E. Dale Heiges, and the teacher of the class, Miss Hannah Ullrich; recitation by Miss Nancy Dill, and an exercise by all members of the class. Miss Jane Rice, the president of the class, presided during the evening. Miss Nancy Dill received a reward for having the most nearly perfect record as a student. Miss Ullrich gave each member of the class a small copy of an appropriate picture as a token of appreciation of the work which the student had done. Miss Helen Carey, a former teacher of the girls, was also the recipient of a gift. A social hour followed during which refreshments were served. The class roll includes the Misses Martha Jane Enck, Helen Pidler, Viola Lauver, Evelyn Whitmore, Jean Fohl, Jane Rice, Nancy Dill, Maude Barnes, Maud Thomas, Dorothy Walton, Mildred Sell, Mary Roth, Anna Shank, Mildred Hoff and Erna Perro?/. Former Highway patrolman Nabbed; Bad Check Charge Sergeant A. F. Dahlstrom, of the Pennsylvania state police, formerly located here and now stationed at Hallam, arrested Elder Harner, a member of the Hanover police force and'a former state highway patrolman, Friday, on a charge of passing a worthless check last June for $300. The charge was preferred by A. I. Heinbach, Pine Grove, Schuylkill county, in information laid before Justice of the Peace L. F. Mc- Donoghue, of that place. Harner, who was elected as a patrolman of the Hanover police department by borough council at its reorganization meeting early this month, was taken by Sergeant Dahlstrom before Justice of the Peace Lewis D. Sell, before whom he furnished $500 bail for a hearing before the Pine Grove magistrate. The pupils of Sunnyside school, at Guernsey, with their teacher, Lewis Bosserman. visited the Bridge ichool, of which George Shank is he teacher, on Friday afternoon. The pupils were taken on two bob- :leds. Wll Oyler, of Arendtsville, and Mrs. Harry Boerum. of Boston, Massachusetts, who had been the guest of relatives in this commun- ty for several weeks, left today for Pittsburgh, where thc-y will spend Clarence Hatry, London, Gets Heavy Term For Sensational Money Tangle. ;he week-end, returning home some j ime Monday. They will be accom- j panied home by Mrs. Oyler and VIrs. Annie Hoffman, who have been spending some time in Pittsburgh. 4,320-GALLON STILL SEIZED Italy And France Are D e a d l o c k e d On Naval Equality London, Jan. 25 (AP).--There were hints today from Italian sources that unless Italy's plea for naval equality with any other European continental power is granted, Italy might prefer to take no part in the decision of the five- power naval conference. Meanwhile, exhorted by their colleague to settle their differences between themselves, Prance and Italy tried again to smooth over their political disagreements. On the outcome may depend in large measure.; how comprehensive a plan of naval limitation is to be written at London. In order to carry out the intricate negotiations in which he had found himself, Premier Tardieu, of Prance, cancelled his plan for a week-end in Paris and he and Dino Grandi, Italian foreign minister and spokesman of Mussolini, sought solution of their divergencies by direct con. yersations. _ N£ WSPAPERfi CH1VE® _,,., Upper End Communities News Notes From the Biglerville - Arendtsville · Benderp- ville Section Aa Gathered: By Special Time* Correspondent. BYRD*S SHIP BLOCKED BY THICK ICE PACK Adam Houtz and Harry Criun, of Biglerville, spent Thursday in Harrisburg 1 . Fifty members and friends of the Woman's Missionary society of St. Paul's Lutheran church, Biglerville. were present for the covered dish luncheon which was held Friday evening at the home of Miss Bertha Heiges. Dr. and Mrs. John Aberly, of the Gettysburg Theological seminary. who were special guests of the society, gave short accounts of their work in India, where they spent ,hirty-three years as missionaries. The Rev. Henry Sternat also gave a short talk and a number of group songs were sung under the leadership of Warren Enck. Mrs. Henry Sternat acted as toastmistress. Arthur E. Rice, of Bigk'rville, re- iurned this morning from a ten .Jays' trip through the South. NORWEGIAN WHALERS NORTH OF ICE PACK. WHALER NJLSEN-ALONZO 1C£ PACK News From Neighboring Counties WATCHMAN DROPS REVOLVER AND IS SHOT IN HIS LEG York--wiieji a .38 qalibre revolver dropped out of the pocket of Edgar A. Baker, 3-f years old, 1714 West Philadelphia street, an. employe of the Carroll garage, in the rear of 51 South Beaver street, it discharged and sent a bullet into his left leg near the knee cap. This" occurred .Thursday morning at 4 o'clock. Baker is the night man at the garage and was in the act of doing feme work, when the gun slipped from his pocket. It fell to the concrete floor and discharged. Motorcycle Officer John Hess was detailed from police headquarters to investigate. A call was sent for the city ambulance, and the man was conveyed to the York hospital. He received emergency treatment and was later admitted as a patient. HARRISBURC MEGKO IV i PRISON AS RESULT OF FIXING OWN FOOTWEAR | Harrisburg--The fact that James j Edwards, a negro, mended his own I shoes was one of the reasons he j Gruen Bractlet Watch, $40 Other deserts, Do you know how inexpensive a Gruen can be? It is the belief of many people that just because Gruen Watches enjoy a nation-wide reputation for quality and distinctiveness, they are necessarily high priced. This is not so! Here we have a number of fine Gruens that are obtainable for as little as $27.50. There is no reason why you can't give a Gfuen at Christmas--just as well as any watch. Come in and choose from our wide selection of Gruens fio^r. BLQCHERS sitice\1887 25-Z7 CHAMBERSBURG ST. Formerly on Center Square "*" t t aUSS-MEXiCO ISSUE IN AIR The City of New York (below, right) enroute to Little America to bring back the Byrd exped.t.on ' has been- halted approximately 525 miles from Its objective by an ice pack. Rear Adm. Richard Byrd ow, left) has asked the Norwegian government for assistance from Norwegian whalers in their Ivicinity to help in breaking through the barrier. The Elinor Boiling (above, right) will join the City of edge of the ice pack about January 26. was in jail. Edwards' crude repair work made the soles end in asi angle at the instep. The improvised sole left such a peculiar mark in the snow that police hud little difficulty in tracing him while seeking Word From STATE SANITARY (Continued from First Page) warrant the use of special designation. Mill: sold .is "Raw Milk" must be I produced by tuberculin tested cows. IThe use of a mechanical capping Adams Transit Is Damaged London, Jan. 25 fAP).--Clarence Hatry, chief figure in the manipulation of a chain of financial enterprises controlling millions of pounds sterling, will have to serve fourteen years in prison for engaging in a -- {series of what the court called (AP).--A de- "appalling frauds" by which investors lost about 800.000 pounds ($4,- Lewisburg, Jan. 25 tail of prohibition agents and police early, today seized a $50,000 | 000,000). moonshine plant capable of turning out a gallon of liquor every 20 seconds in the Bald Eagle mountains rive miles from Jersey Shore. No arrests were made. Finished products totaling 40.000 gallons in ten gallon kegs Were taken to the Williamsport warehouse and the still equipment was brought to prohibition headquarters here. The collapse cf the Hairy enterprises threw London's financial system into a state of disorder from which it is still sultering. The sentence was imposed on Katry in Old Bailey Court this afternoon after he and his codefendants had unexpectedly pleaded guilty after four days of trial. Edmund Daniels was sentenced to seven years' penal servitude, John A slight blase which caused much : smoke and considerable excitement : but little damage resulted in a gen- ; eral alarm at about 10:30 o'clock Friday morning', calling equipment ! of both Hanover fire companies to ; the repair shop of Stewart' R. Markle. where fire ignited a motor bus of the Adams Transit company · while an electric welding torch was being used on it. Th e bus was towed from, the frame building in which it war, be- ; ing repaired and an alarm sounded. Before the arrival of the firemen · the fire had been held in check and was extinguished with chemicals. The building- and bus escaped dam- , age other than slight charring. Envoys Await worn r rora | machine is required. The water Governments Following ! supply is to be free from contam- Communistic UprfeingS. j ination. Milk is to be protected ---- j from flies. Cow stables are to have Mexico City, Jan. 25 (AP) .---A. M.; sufficient light, water-proof floor the robber who forced an entrance! Makar. ambassador of the Soviet j all d tight ceilings. A steam or hot into a confection here and took" p, Union to Mexico. Friday afternoon i w a t e r sterilizer is to be used to ster- . , . , . t , , I iiize dairy utensils and bottles after said he had not yet been advised J mey hllve bce n washed. This pro- by Moscow of what steps to take (vision includes the milk pails and in consequence with the withdrawal \ strainers used on farms which sup- ! quantity of cigars and cigarettes. Police said Edwards admitted the robbery and implicated two other negroes whom he said bought the cigars and cigarettes from him. Mrs. Irene Schroeder And Pals Held In New Castle; Hearing Next Week. The mammoth still in a barn far i Graham Dixon to five years, and Alaway from traveled roads was dis- i bert E. Tabor to three years. Each covered after the detail searched, defendant also received sentences through deep snow for several! of varying terms of imprisonment ' on other counts in the indictments against them, but as all , run concurrently the terms mentioned are the maximum that each will be compelled to serve. Justice Avery, presiding over the case, was unsparing in his condemnation of the four financiers. All Field Officers Of Game Commission Equipped With Regulation Outfit. hours during the night. Slot Machine Evidence Stolen "You stand convicted of the most Scranton. Jan. 25 (API.--County and city detectives, joined by state oolice, today began a search for . . men who are alleged to have j appalling frauds that have ever disfigured the commercial reputation oJ this country," he declared. "Those frauds are far more serious than any of the great frauds entered a room in a hotel here last night and stole evidence that was o have been used against some of he 78 persons indicted yesterday n the slot machine scandal. The room from which the evidence disappeared is being used by auditors from an out of town concern who have been engaged for hree weeks in checking the banks and stock brokerage accounts o f , 30 persons whose names have been inked with the slot machine inves- igat.ion. All regular field officers of the game commission and department heads are now in possession of the regulation uniforms and equipment Donnie. watched authorized by the board some time glass door as his ago. The uniforms are patterned after the new uniforms of the army officer, and are olive-green in color. Reefers patterned after the old army officer's mackinaw have also been furnished. The hats are of campaign style. Officers are also equipped with police whistles. The Sam Browne belt, pistol holster and New Castle. Jan. 25 (AP).--Mrs. Irene Schroeder and W. Glenn Dague, accused slayers who were captured in Arizona January 15. were returned to New Castle Friday night, to face trial on charges of killing a state highway patrolman. The pair was taken from a train at a fiacsiop station on the outskirts of the city and hurried in heavily-guarded automobiles to the Lawrence county jail. Despite the fact that authorities had tried to keep the detraining point secret, p. considerable group had gathered at the small station by the time fhe train arrived. Officers rushed the woman and her companion to a waiting automobile, and before the trin pulled out, the car wr.s on the way to the jail, where another crowd had assembled to seek a glimpse cC the prisoners. Son Doesn't Recognize Her Mrs. Schroeder's 4-year-old son. from behind a mother ran into the jail escorted by two officers but did not reco.inizc his parent. "What are they doing?" the child asked an attache of the county detention home, who had him in charge. It was apparent, too, that Mrs. Shroeder did not see her son.. The boy was found at the home of relatives in Bellaire. Ohio, sev- Leaves Wedding To Nab Pickpocket Madrid, Jan. 25 (AP)--Braulio Santos is a police inspector who could not forget his duty even while ic was being married. He was kneeling before a priest at he church of the conception at the side of his beloved. . Suddenly he | saw that a lady at a neighboring al- ar, who was present at another wedding, was being dispossessed of her pocketbook by a pickpocket. Jumping up quickly, and leaving the priest and the bride totally dumbfounded, Santos pursued and caught the pickpocket and recover- upon the public which have been ! Puttees are of tan colored pigskin, eral days after the state patrol- comrm'tted within the last fifty years--frauds which were carried Glw wj' mCiilio Gi " ilGiCGSiC id £,,_. j . "On those forgeries, which neither bankers nor brokers nor members of the public would ever dream of suspecting to be otherwise than genuine, you raised no sell a sum than 795,000 pounds. "The statute under which you were indicted lias provided maximum punishment. I am unable to imagine any worse case than yours under the statute." and with shoes to match present very pleasing appearance. The regulation sidearm is a .38 special revolver. Two silver white state man, Erady Paul, had been shot. The slayers of Paul were accompanied by a child, police had established, and the lad has been seal ornaments are worn on each j quoted by authorities as saying his side of the roll collar of bit'n the i mother "shot two cops." uniform coat and reefer. A similar ornament, only larger, is worn on the campaign hat. On the left sleeve at the shoulder of both coat and reefer is the commission's in- Private Ernest Moore, of the state highway patrol, wounded at the time Paul was killed, was among the group who returned Mrs. Schroeder and Daguc to New sigma which consists of a half circle : Castle. DAUGHTER OF CONGRESSMAN SEEKS DIVORCE of maroon flannel upon which is embroidered the words "game pto- tector" in black letters and a solid black keystone. Leo Bushman, local game warden, he has the new uniform. Value Is Emphasized The value of the unifjrn: in law enforcement work was greatly em- District Attorney John S. Powers said a hearing for the accused man end woman would be set for early next week. An attorney who said had been retained by Mrs. Schroeder's relatives to look after he rinterests was advised that he could not see the woman until later. !YORK GRADUATES MID-YEAR SENIORS York--The sixty-first commencement exercises were held Thursday night in the William Penn senior I high school auditorium at eight | o'clock with a large attendance. ! The member of the class of 1930 I who received diplomas were seated j on the stage. The commencement i exercises by members of the honor i group were well prepared, and consisted of inter-related discussions of the topic "America in Modern Progress." Following the valodic- j tory. Dr. R. O. Stoops delivered an | address. The various scholarships i and prizes were awarded just be| fore the presentation of the di- i plomas. I FREDERICK CHARITIES RECEIVE BEQUESTS Frederick--Charitable bequests in the will of the late Miss Mtirgaret Janet Williams, of this city, effective upon the death of Miss Eleanor Shriver, which occurred on Tuesday, are of great interest in Fred- ! erick. The Federated. Charities o f ! ; Frederick; "The C. Burr Artz P u b - j j lie Library," to be established h e r e ! I at some future time, and the Frecl- i erick County Society for the Pre- i vention of Cruelty to Animals are I the principal legatees. Articles 01 i personal property are left to rela- | tives and friends of Miss Williams, | upon the death of Miss Shriver. According to the will of the late Miss Williams, probated April 17, i 1922, the Frederick County Society i for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is left S500; the house on South Market street, formerly occupied by Miss Williams and Miss Shriver. is left to the Federated Charities corporation of Frederick, j to be occupied by it as it?; head- J quarters and for its offices and gen- j eral purposes and not to be sold; also all the residue of the property and estate of Miss Williams, remaining at the time of the death ! of Miss Shriver, Is left to the Fedj erated Charities corporation of Frederick for the purpose of establishing and maintain? a free dis- | pensary of medicines for the benefit I of the poor of Frederick. of the entire staff of the Mexican legation at Moscow. Until he does receive such advices, he said, he was unable to comment on the situation or his plans. The statement by Foreign Min- ply the raw milk distributor. The sterilizing of utensils on such farms may be done by the producers installing and using a sterilizer or they can be treated each day at the producer's plant. When the latter method is used, the sterilized utensils are to be protected from later- Genara Estrads explaining j possiwe Contamination whi]e being flip rpn^nnc: nf T n o iffinn hv ATovirn : i , . .. _ . the reasons of the action by Mexico has been transmitted tc Moscow, but it was learned from an authoritative source that Minister Makar had not yet received any official communication from the Department of Foreign Relation.!. The Russian Minister denied either lie or the legation here was un- returned to the farm. This protection casi be secured by using a galvanized metal box with tight cover, This box will be of small dimensions if pail and strainer are nested. Double Milk House As an aid in protecting milk from , , . . · , . , f l i r s - a double compartment mill: Her guard or that the movements house with ssir . closlng doors is ad _ of his staff were restricted. j vi;;f , d for the distributor of raw j m i l k ; oije room to be used for wash- jing containers, the other for cooling | and filling purposes and for storing j cleansed bottles and utensils; Ihls : room is to have no doors leading di-. · rectly to the outside. There may bd ; as many outside doors as desired In |wash rooms. (This type of milk | house applies only to the distributor jiii the preparation and filling of milk to be sold as raw milk to the 'consumer). To protect milk from flies at the farm, a metal cover is to be used on the milk strainer. : For the sale of "Pasteurized Milk," the plant is to be equipped to sterilize containers and equipment 'with steam or hot water. This in- i eludes the dairy washing, sterilizing : and drying of farmers' milk cans. i Pasteurizing vats are to be provided | with both indicating and recording I thermometers. The rooms in which ! milk is exposed during and after 'pasteurization shall be used for no (other purpose than to provide a 1 place for cleansed utensils and con- I tamers, and for handling milk dur- jing and following the pasteurizing 1 process. Milk cannot be prepared i for sale as "Raw Milk" in a pasteur- I izing plant unless all milk received i meets the requirements of "Raw be i Milk," as set forth in the act. The ' most convenient way for the pasteurizing plant operator to observe this ruling is to have "raw milk" Russ Express Surprise Moscow, Jan. 25 (APj.--Russian diplomatic circles expressed surprise at the announcement that the Mexican government had recalled its entire legation staff in Moscow because of recent Communist demonstrations in front of Mexican legations in Washington, Buenos Aires and Rio Janeiro. The Soviet foreign office and the Mexican legation said they had had no official notification of Mexico's action. The Mexican minister is in Berlin, and the legation is "in charge of the first secretary, who said papers of recr.ll for hi;; stalf had not yet been asked from the Soviet government. TATE PASTORS Co-operative Christianity Will Be Stressed At Pastors' Convention. Co-operative Christianity will stressed when ministers of twenty denominations meet at the Pastors' State convention which will be held THREE HELD IV THEFT OF MILK Frederick--As a result of liminary hearing before in the Grace Methodist church, j entirely prepared at the farm or Harrisburp, Monday and Tuesday, i farms where it is produced. Regu- The convention will open Monday I lar testing of farmers' milk for afternoon with the Rev. Dr. Dorsey! cleanliness and keeping quality will N. Miller, pastor of Fifth Street | be requested. Each farmer is to Methodist Episcopal church. Har- have a properly constructed milk risburK, leading a service of song, house, and cow stables shall have a pre- Justice , Nev., Jan. 25 (AP).--Action j phasized during the past season c.n-; D I N G E R al the recent marriage of Mrs. ' pecially when worn while sropping -r^-.-, » mTT c\ Reno, to annul Eugene Bankhead Hoyt Butt to Lawrence Butt. Jr., Nevada university football star, will not be instituted before Monday, her attorney announced. Mrs. Butt, the daughter of Representative William Bankhead, Ala- ed the handbag, which contained I bama. abruptly ended her honey- 3,000 pesetas. Then he returned to his waiting bride and the priest, who finished the ceremony. IS HELD FOR COURT John Miller, a school teacher in Berwick township, was held for court on a charge of assault and battery brought by Emerson Eckert, of the same township, when Miller was arraigned before Justice of the Peace John C. Shealer Friday evening, for a preliminary hearing. Witnesses were Eckert, Robert Dullinger and Arthur Bream. IN HAZLETON HOSPITAL Miss Isabelle Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Martin, Baltimore street, and a teacher in the West Hazleton high school, has entered the Hazleton hospital for treatment for an intestinal condition. Mrs. Martin is with her daughter. Miss Martin's condition is described as not serious. moon with the gridiron star in Honolulu and returned here Thursday to seek annulment of the mar- and inspecting cara. Ana. a great many prosecutions ;'f\-ultecl. Without uniforms officers were iM.istnat- ly in danger of then- lives when attempting to stop auioit.c bi.'e.s and in one tir two instances were even fired upon and almcst van down, drivers believing, no doub;, they were being subjected to a "holdup." The uniform will be worn when G I V E N DEATH SENTENCE Condemned by a jury to die for the death of Mrs. Annie Horvath, a Susquehanna township farm- W'oman, Howard Paul Dinner returned to a cell in the Dauphin county jail yesterday to await re- results of his counsel's move for a i new trial. The jury for five days had listened to the story of how Mrs. Horvath was slain near her home property for evidence :f the viola- j northeast of Harrisburg last Sep- tion of game law;;. OiEccrs will tember 10; how her body was found · I also wear the uniform when appear- in a cornfield with a knife wound PICTURES FOR ROTARIANS j ing before sportsmen* organi;:a- 'of the throat. They heard read Films loaned through the courte- | tions, field trials or ftcil meets, or j four statements in which authori- sy of the Bell telephone company any meeting where the otfteei d i - ' ties claimed Dingcr admitted he riage, which was performed in Reno | searching the homes of aliens for December 28, nine days after she had obtained a divorce from Monton Hoyt. firearms and where searching any will bo shown at the weekly meeting of the Rotary club at the Eagle : hotel, Monday evening. The pic- j tures were secured by C. A. Bixler, | local business manager for the Bell company. rectly represents the game cominis-1 killed her. STOCK REPORT New York, Jan. 25 (AP).--Wall street witnessed a firm Saturday market today despite rather heavy week-end profit taking in some ot the recent leaders. Increased ac-1 sion, and at divisional meetings when the supervisor shall inspect equipment. Uniforming game protectors is not a new feature in wild life conservation. It was adopted by New York, Maryland, and other some years ago. Several othr'v states are now falling in line and will uniform their game protectors. Ty Cobb entertains guests at his Return Verdict At 10:15 o'clock yesterday morning the jurors left the court room to settle Dinger's fate. At 2:40 o'clock they returned with this verdict: "Guilty of murder in the first degree, with the death penalty." Under a recent law the jury in a first degree murder verdict may recommend the death penalty or life imprisonment. Sherman P. Bowers Thursday morning, Mrs. Alice Thompson, Water street, as releasedw on $250 bond' for tnc action of the February grand jury, on a charge of receiving stolen goods. Two youths, Harry L. Becraft, 22, and Wesley Mansfield, 19, both of this city, were remanded to jail in default of like bond, to await grand jury action on a charge of larceny. They testified at a hearing in police court Wednesday night, and offered additional testimony Thursday morning. The charges involved the theft of a case of milk, valued at $1.30, from the doorstep of J. E. Ferguson, East Patrick street. The young :nsn at the hearing Wednesday night admitted the theft of milk and implicated Mrs. Thompson, to whose home Mansfield brought two bottles, a pint and a quart, about 5 o'clock Wednesday morning. Mansfield said he took the milk there to drink, after Mrs. Thompson had asked him to go out and "get some." tivlty was noted in a number of oils i home in Augusta, Go., with movie; i Sergeant A. F. Dahlstrom con- and automobile accessory shares. | of European scenes taken on a trip j ducted the investigation which In the eveniiv,. Bishop M. T. Maze, of the Evangelical church, will preside at the session which will open at 7:30 o'clock, with devotional exercises by Bishop James H. Darlington, diocese of Karrisburg, Protestant Episcopal church. The Rev. Dr. Robert Bagncll, pastor of Grace Methodist Episco- suflicient light, water-proof floors and tight ceilings, The distributor of raw or pasteurized milk is required to make on annual inspection of the farms from which the milk supply is secured; such inspection is to be made by a person having passed an examination for fitness and who has re- pal church, Harrisburg. will give a ' ccived a permit to carry on this type brief address on "The Commission on International Relations," at the morning session on Tuesday. The Rev. Dr. P. W. Snyder, president of the Pennsylvania Council ot Churches and superintendent of the Presbytery of Pittsburgh, Presbyterian church, will preside at the afternoon sessions both Monday and of work. If he so desires, the distributor can be his own farm inspector upon passing the examination and obtaining a permit. In reviewing the new code, it, is apparent that the preparation, of milk for human consumption wOl be maintained on a safe and satisfactory basis, and as a public health Tuesday, and the morning session | factor will be given the status its on Tuesday. | importance justifies. Violation of the act is punishable by prosecu- K. T. APPOINTEE York, J,an. 25 (AP).--According to an order issued today by James H. Chickerinr;, acting grand commander, Boyd A. Mufis'er, of Scranton, has been appointed treasurer of the grand commandery of the KnlRhts Templar of Pennsylvania to succeed Thomas Shipley, who was buried yesterday. The ap- Dr. M. Hadwin Fischer will give an address, Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Stone to Speak Bishop G. D. Batdorf, of the United Brethren church, will preside at the evening meeting, which will feature an address on "The Nineteen Hundredth Anniversary of Pentecost," by the Rev. Dr. John Timothy Stone, pastor of Fourth Presbyterian church, Chicago, and former moderator of the Presbyterian church in the United States. Among the other prominent speakers at the convention will be the Rev. Dr. Floyd W. Tompkins, rector of Holy Trinity Protestant Episcopal church, Philadelphia; the Rev. Dr. Hermann N. Morse, director of Survey of Home Missions Council, New York and The closing was firm. abroad. j brought about Dinger's arrest. pointec is a past grand master of I Bishop William F. McDowell, Meth- i llri WrlirtVif o fl«*v. *-tln«* *.*.! I*. . m^t^.-.-. ·* _ i _ ' _ » . .». · . , the Knights Templar. odist Episcopal church, Washington. tion, and permits can be refused or revoked. Local Girls Get Short Bus Ride A desire to visit her daddy, who was on a business trip to New York, came to a sudden end for Virginia Funkhouser, 11-year-old daughter of Roy P. Funkhouser, and Margaret Hoffman, 12-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hoffman, her companion, on Thursday. The two girls had purchased bus tickets to New York. Their absence was discovered shortly after leaving Gettysburg and a telephone communication brought their Journey- to an end. They were returned to Gettysburg by Mr. Hoffman. RCHIVE*

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