Harrisburg telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1879-1948, January 28, 1919, Page 6, Image 6

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British Forces Occupy
the Trans-Caucasian
Railways, Say Reports
By Associated Press
Amsterdam. Jan. 28. British
forces, according to a report receiv
ed here from Berlin late yesterday,
have advanced from Baku and oc
cupied the Tfans-Caucasian railways.
The report adds that the British also
have occupied Petrovsk and Astra
khan, at the mouth of the Volga
House Passes Bill
to Build Hospitals
For Disabled Soldiers
By Associated Press
Washington, Jan. 28.—The House
late' yesterday passed and sent to the
Senate the bill appropriating $lO,-
500,000 for constructing hospitals
for disabled soldiers and sailors.
For All Occasions
Floral Decorations
Wedding Flowers
Party Flowers
Funeral Flowers
3heßerryhill I
n te|
Shoe Sale
Small and broken lots at less
than factory cost. Some at one
half price. Lots of small sizes.
Here are a few styles mentioned
of the many bargains for women.
E. C. Burt's Patent Colt But
ton, not all sizes; d*! Of)
$6.00 grades now ... dH7V
100 Pairs of Women's Button
Shoes, small sizes; former prices
$5.00 to $7.00, £0 90
now **
E. C. Burt's Fancy Top Shoes,
were $9.00, $3.90
now v
Small Lot of Black Kid Lace
High Heel, were $7.50, fcO Of)
now vJii/u
E. C. Burt's Brown Kid Brown
Cloth Top, were $lO.OO, £ C QQ
Gray Kid and Calf Military
Heel, were $lO.OO, $6.90
Fine Brown Kid Vamp Taupe
Top Military Heel, Qf|
were $12.00, now .... w • •*/v
Women should take advantage
of tills great sale while it lasts.
11N. Fourth St.
Uptown Cut Rate Meat Market
1128 North Sixth St.
Special Wednesday, Jan. 29
Lincoln Butterine ...... . ~
Hoffer's Best Flour 74c
Pickled Tripe . . .12c Breakfast Bacon ,40c
Soft-rib Beef . ... 17c Pork Chops 35c
Liver 9c RacoHams 38c
Groceries and Lunch Goods A Specialty
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Committee Plans Big Event
For College Presidents
of the State
Friday, January 81, college presi
dents of Pennsylvania will hold their
annual meeting in this city and that
evening a smoker will be held in
their honor at the University Club,
Front and Market streets.
The committee desires to make
this event one worth remembering
and inasmuch as the clubroofhs ure
somewhat limited in their capacity,
accommodating some thing over one
hundred, the committee suggests that
college and university men of Har
risburg call the secretary, Mark
Milner, and state their intention of
being present on this occasion.
Members and guests of the club
are requested to meet at the club
rooms not later than 8.30.
The roll of members of the Asso
ciation of College Presidents of
Pennsylvania, is as follows:
Dr. Li. C. Hunt, president, Al
bright; Dr. William H. Crawford,
president, Allegheny; Dr. M. Carey
Thomas, president, Bryn Mawr; Dr.
P. H. Harris, president, Bucknell;
Dr. J. H. Morgan, president, Dick
inson; Dr. S. C. Mitchell, president,
Delaware; Dr. M. A. Hehir, presi-,
dent, Duquesne; Dr. H. H. Apple,
president, Franklin and Marshall;
Dr. R. H. Martin, president, Geneva;
Dr. Wier C. Ketler, president, Grove
City; Dr. William W. Comfort, presi
dent, Haverford; Dr. I. Harvey
Brumbaugh, president, Juniata; Dr.
John H. McCracken, president. La
fayette; Brother Richard, president,
La Salle; Dr. George D. Gossard,
president, Lebanon Valley; Dr. H. S.
Drinker, president, Lehigh; Dr. John
B. Rendall, president, Lincoln; Dr.
Augustus Schultze, president, Mora
vian; Dr. John A. M. Haas, presi
dent, Muhlenberg; Dr. Edwin E.
Sparks, president, Pennsylvania
State; Dr. William A. Granville,
president, Pennsylvania College; Dr.
Charles T. Aikens, president, Susque
hanna; Dr. Joseph Swain, president,
Swarthmore; Dr. Edgar F. Smith;
provost, University of Pennsyl
vania; Dr. S. B. McCormick, chan
cellor, University of Pittsburgh; Dr.
Russell H. Conwell, president. Tem
ple University; Dr. H. W. Elson,
president, Thiei; Dr. G. L. Omwake,
Ursinus; Dr. John J. Dean, presi
dent, Villa. Nova; Dr. H. P. Hough
ton, president, Waynesburg; Dr. Wil
liam C. Wallace, president, West
minster: Dr. E. D. Warfleld, presi
dent, Wilson; Dr. N. S. Schaeffer,
superintendent, State Department of
Education: Dr. Arthur A. Hamer
schlag, director, Carnegie Institute,
Tech. and Dr. John C. Acheson,
president, Pennsylvania College for
Honoray member, Dr. Isaac Sharp
less, Haverford.
Our slogan is —Own Your Home—
possession by April. Backenstoss
Bros., Real Estate. Russ Bldg.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Yeater quietly celebrated the fiftieth anniver
sary of their marriage. Sunday, January 26. Mrs. Yeater has just pass
ed her seventy-first birthday anniversary and Mr. Yeater, a retired engi
neer of the Pennsylvania railroad was seventy-one years old on the
eighth of December. Both have a host of friends in the city who called
or sent messages of congratulations to their home, 1815 North Fifth
street, on Sunday.
Harrisburg Musician
Writes Song of Merit
bhSHr BH
Harrisburg has been singularly
fortunate In producing many com
posers of merit. The latest of these
is Miss Goldle E. Douglas. 2236
North Fourth street, who is the com
poser of a beautiful new song, "The
Message of the Rose," recently pub
lished. First copies of this selec
tion were received.in the city last
week. It is written in "Tempo di
valse" style.
Miss Douglas is a gifted musician,
widely known here. She formerly
resided at Dauphin, where she acted
as pianist in one of the churches for
several years. She is now employ
ed by the S. S. Kresge Company
Informal Dance at
Hanshaw's Hall
An informal dance was held last
evening in Hanhaw's Ilall with the
Sourbeer orchestra playing for the
dancing. Those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Bickley, Mr. and Mrs.
Louis A. Kuntz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W.
Grunden. Mr. and Mrs. Edward P.
Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vickery,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lowder, Mr.
and Mrs. B. F. Messimer, Mr. and Mrs.
Austin Miller, Mr. and Mrs. M. W.
Allen, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Powell, Dr.
and Mrs. S. I. Cadwallader. Mr. and
Mrs. H. F. Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Augus
tus G. Shantz, Mr. and Mrs J. E.
Burkholder, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bra
shears, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Brown,
Miss Wolbert. Miss Elizabeth Hinkle,
Mrs. Grace Carroll. Miss Hulda Rice,
Miss Nettie Spring, Miss Mary Evans,
Miss Kathryn First; R. W.. Krail, A.
E. Frederick, Sergeant Ezra Franklin,
H. Lloyd Myers. W. L. Spring, and F.
H. Smith.
Miss Jessie Josephine Buck and Ad
dison E. Hambright, of this city, were
married Saturday evening at ti o'clock
at the home of the bridegroom's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ham
bright. of Lancaster, by the Rev.
Daniel Glass.
Mrs. Hambright is the daughter of
the late John C. Buck, Mr. Ham
bright is the secretary-treasurer of
the United States Mattress Company
of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Hambright
will reside at 1506 State street.
Donegal Chapter, D. A. R., of Lan
caster, sent to represent it at the
state conference now in session at
the Penn-Harris, Miss Susan C. Fraz
er, ex-State Regent of Pennsylvania;
Miss Daisy ltohrer. Miss Lowell and
Mrs. Frank Christy.
The regular meeting of the Cen
tral High School Y. W. C. A. Club will
be held this evening at 8 o'clock at
the Y. W. C. A. Miss Lillian Kloster,
Miss Eloise Peak and Miss Frances
Burkholder will give interesting talks
on South American Y. W. C. A.'s after
which a social hour will be enjoyed.
Mrs. Biddle Arthurs, of Pittsburgh,
and Mrs. Robert Rhineman, also an
ex-State Regent of the D. A. R., are
registered at the Penn-Harriß during
the state conference.
One of the most enthusiastip work
ers In the eastern part of the state
is Mrs. Lewis Mengel, only represen
tative of the Reading Chapter of
Daughters of American Revolution, at
the state conference.
Mrs. E. E. Toomey, 22 Prospect
street, and Mrs. H. H. Schrlver, of the
Flatiron Apartments, are spending
several days in Philadelphia.
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Brown and
daughter, Louise, have returned to
their home in Philadelphia after a
visit with Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. M. M. Scott, 904 North Eigh
teenth street.
John Ulsh, of Millerstown, spent the
weekend with James Ivipp, of 2203
North Fourth street.
Dr. Harry D. Rhein will open his
office, 1311 Market street, Jan
uary 29.
C. A. O. Movie Party
Miss Elizabeth Howard entertain
ed the members of the C. A. O. So
ciety at a "movie" party last even
ing. After attending the Colonial
where Madge Kennedy is playing in
"A Perfect Lady," the girls enjoyed
refreshments at Rose's. The guests
included the Misses Eleanor Eby,
Elizabeth Lloyd, Helen Kochender
fer,. Margaret Good, Mildred De
Shong, Charlotte Grove, Charlotte
Ferguson, Dorothy DeVout, Gertrude
McDevitt, Hazel Collier, Virginia
Downes, Virginia Forrer, Lois Coons
and Elizabeth Howard.
D. S'ers to Meet
The D. S. Society will meet Thurs
day evening at the home of Miss
Margaret Graeff. Committees Will be
appointed and definite plans made
for a dance to be given by the society
May 3 at Winterdale Hall.
S. S. S. Society Meeting
The S. S. S. Society will .meet this
evening at the home of Miss Anna
Makkibon, North Fifth street. Plans
will be begun for a dance to be held
eaVly in the spring.
S. P. L. K. Meets Wednesday
The Latin Society of Central will
meet Wednesday evening at the
home of Miss Mary Garland, 1915
North Fifth street. An excellent
program has been planned dealing
with the life and exploits of JuHub
Caesar. A full attendance is desired.
Debating Society Meeting
The Philonean Debating Society of
Central High school met at the home
of Carl Stoner, 636 Emerald street,
last evening. Plans for a dance
which will be held April 21 were
discussed and other business trans
acted. A social hour followed the
business session. The members are
Stewart Wagner, Clyde Hocker, Wil
liam Mcßride, Robert Crist, Gilchrist
Brininger, Stanley Perrin, Carl
Stoner, Arthur Hibler, Milton Potts,
Harold Conner, Fred Shyder, Rich
ard Quigley, Alton Smith, Lewis
Rimer and George Pulas.
Mrs. Frank C. Foose is visiting: her
sister, Mrs. Edgar Hitcliner, of West
Pittston, Pa. Mrs. Hitchner was
formerly Miss Nell Chadwick.
J. Herbert Springer, a student at
Pennsylvania College. Gettysburg,
Pa., is spending several days in this
Mrs. R. F. "Webster, 223 South
Fourteenth street, left the city to
day to spend the remainder of the
week with her husband at Philadel
phia. While there she will attend
a select patriotic ball given by Chel
ton nest. Order of Owls, German
town, Pa.
Mrs. John A. Sanner has returned
to Frackville after a visit with her
sister, Mrs. Robert Hunt, 232 Hum
mel street.
Roger ijr. Brown, 638 Reily street,
is visiting his niece, Miss jane M.
Klosterman, of Philadelphia.
Miss Margaret Shoop, 611 Forrest
street, lias returned from a visit
with friends in Sunbury.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hollar and
Miss Thelma Hollar, 333 Crescent
street, have returned from a visit
with Mechanicsburg friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Walker and
son, of 207 Muench street, have re
turned from Dover where they at
tended the funeral of their niece.
Lieutenant /John Sproul has re
turned to Washington, D. C., after
a weekend visit with his parents,
Governor and Mrs. William C.
Sproul, at the Executive Mansion.
Mrs. Samuel Hench, 807 Green
street, has returned from a week
end visit with friends in Carlisle.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Robinson and
Miss Dorothy Robinson, of Balti
more, Md., are visiting relatives in
this city and Middletown.
Powers With Special
Interests Name the
Members of Missions
Paris, Jan. 28.—Representa
tives of the power* with special
interests met at 3 o'clock yes
terday afternoon at the French
foreign office and appointed
members of the missions decided
upon at the session of the peace
conference on Saturday. The
names of the members follow:
I<cnguc of Nations—Paul Hy
mans, Belgium; Epltaclo Pessoa,
Brazil; Wellington Koo, plenipo
tentiary, China; M. R. Vesnitch,
Serbia; James Batalkha Reis,
minister plenipotentiary, Portu
Responsibility For the War—
Belgium, not yet appointed; Ser
bia, Slobodan Yovanovitch; Ru
mania, Mr. Rosenthal; Greece, M.
Politls; Polatid, not yet ap
International Labor Legislation
—Belgium, M. Vandervelde and
M. Mahaim; Cuba, A. S. Dusta
mante; Poland, not yet appoint
ed; the Czecho-Slovak republic,
M. Benes.
Regulation of Ports, Water
ways and Railroads —-Belgium,
not yet appointed; China, H. E.
Thomas and C. T. Wang, pleni
potentiary delegate; Greece, M,
Coromilas; Serbia. Trumbitch;
Uruguay, Carlos Blanco.
Little. Girl Entertains Friends
on Her Twelfth An
Miss Evelyn Arthur was guest of
honor at a delightful little P ftr £j*
given at her home, 1648 North Fourth
street in celebration of her twelfth
birthday anniversary. The little girl
was the recipient of many pretty
gifts including atgold wrist watch,
the gift of her mother and father.
The children played games and con
tested for prizes after which a
birthday luncheon was served. Those
present were: Mary Michael, Doro
thy Beelman, Elizabeth and Catherine
Seaboldt, Lyle Wenrich, Mildred Mar
ling, Ellu and Marjorie Wachtman,
Thelma Stipe, Eliza Keefer, Edna
Hartzel, Charlotte Clouser, Gene
Gardner, Evelyn Arthur.
Steelton News
Have Made No More Arrests,
and Are Still Holding
The police -were"unable to obtain
any new evidence yesterday In refer
ence to the murder of S. Wolffe Lacob
last Friday evening. Dandrldge John
son, arrested Saturday on suspicion,
is still being held for further exami
nation. A brother of Johnson arrived
here last Sunday from Jersey City
and immediately retained Oscar Wlck
ersham as attorney for Dandridge.
Johnson denies all knowledge of the
affair, but now admits that he was
at the store of Lacob earlier in the
evening, as well as a short time aftef
the discovery of the murder. The I
clues held by the police have thus
proved nothing.
Enters House at Midnight
and Pleads Intoxication
Officer Kagjanic early this morn
ing arrested a foreigner whom he
caught breaking into a home in Du
pont street. The man was taken to
the lockup and held for trial to-day.
He pleaded intoxication. He will be
given a hearing before Justice Stees.
Municipal League Asks For
Efficient Street Cleaning
At the meeting of the Municipal
League held last evening in the of
fices of Frank J. Robbins, J)-., a res
olution was passed requesting the
Borough Council to Install an effective
street-cleaning system. Another res
olution asked for the paving of South
Front street.
Memorial services forr Private
Harvey E. Dangler will be held at
the home of his parents, 426 North
Front street, to-morrow evening at
7 o'clock. Dengler was a member
of a machine gun battalion and died
in October of wounds received in
action. The services will be con
ducted by the Rev. Herbert A. Saw
yer of the Methodist Church '
The third and closing week of re
vival services of the Methodist
Church will begin Wednesday eve
ning. The services to-morrow eve
ning will be a women's service;
Thursday evening, a men's service,
and Friday, a Young People's ser
vice. Special music will be rendered
at all the services.
The Imperial Band has elected the
following officers for the year: Pres
ident and manager, John J. Husld;
secretary, S. M. Krasovic; treasurer,
F. A. Brodnik; librarian, Frank
Seigh; trustees, John Kelm, J. Mc-
Kay, A. McKay: lShder, Frederick
Suhr. The band will rehearse to
morrow night.
The Rev, and Mrs. William Charles
Heilman announce the birth of a
son early this morning?.
A couple hundred dollars down—the
rest as rent. Uackenstoss Bros., Real
Estate, Russ Bldg.
Strand Theater
Today j
Anna Nelson nnd Franklyn
Fnrnuin /
HANDS UP—Featuring Itufh
j Pnrta
Tomorrow ,
I S'tnl Hurt In Tlte Husband Hunter
nnd Ciiurlottc Walker In Just a
H. Oscar Ulrich
Phila. Eyesight Specialist
Will be in my Harrisburg of
fice, Room 1, Spooner Bldg.,
2nd floor, 9 N. Market Square,
all this week.
Hpurs—9 A. M. to 8 P. M.
'Glasses as low as
Including my scientific eye
. examination.
Plilla. Office, 1107 Chestnut St.
Associated With Dr. G. D. Noellng
In the future wtU be in my Har
risburg office the last week of
each month.
Lykens Shops Closed on
Sunday by Burgess' Order
Lykens, Fg., Jan. sB.—The famous
"Garfield Blue Mondays" of last year
are having a reproduction In Lykens
this yoar. Tho day has been changed
to Sunday when the borough is shut
down by order of tho Chief Burgess.
The theory is advanced that the
Burgess* proclamation has been is
sued at the instances of several busi
nessmen, who desired the enactment
that businessmen might have a holt
i day each week and their business
I suffer no loss.
Tho edict of the Burgess provides
that every shop in the borough be
closed from midnight Saturday until
Sunday evening at 6 o'clock.
By Associated Press
Trenton, N, J,, Jan. 28.—After tak
ing six ballots last night to endeavor
to break the deadlock over the
Speakership, the House of Assem
bly, which stands 30 Republicans to
30 Democrats, adjourned until to
day at noon, when the balloting will
be continued. *
Standing of the Crews
Philadelphia Dlvlslaa Tha 121
crew first to go after 1.16 o'clock:
301, 116, 118, 351, 302, 125, 116 114
127, 362, 126 131. '
Engineers for 115 123, 25, 127.
Fir Oman for 125.
Conductors for 116, 13J.
Brakemen for 123, 125.'
Engineers up: Gaeckler, Wenriek,
Mohn, Klineyoung, Earhart, Peters
McCurdy. Lowery. Hall, Condren!
Stauffer, Rennard, Karr, Glger
Blankenhorn, Gunderman. '
Firemen up: Raupp, Bralley, Mc-
Laughlin, Cramer, Johns, Wllhide.
Peck, Moffett, Sensenlg, Bahner,
Schminkey, Wagner, Ressler, Loyd,
Carroll, Webb, Leach, Cresswell
Conductor up: Russell.
Brakemen up; Ulrich. Moyer. Led
widge. Straw, Cross, Etzwiler. Lark
Killian, McMannls, Lines, Houck!
Smith, Christ, Hughes, Lechner, Beh
man. Kltzmiller, Schriver, Rea, Brown
Hanna, Reigel.
Middle Dlvlalow— The 24 crew first
On Thursday,
January 30
Will Hold a
Full Particulars in Wednesday's Papers
Women's Thirty-four
Fine Footwear North Third St.
To-morrow, Thursday Friday
Are Set Apart For
Three Inspection Days
You are invited to come in and "go through" the assort
ments of high-grade Furniture and make selections, to be
set aside. All transactions will date from the opening of our
February Furniture Sale
Saturday, February 1
Saving 10 to 50%
Credit terms may he arranged to suit, if desired
to go after 12.01 o'clock: 19, <O, 258,
252, 18. 248, 21, 224, 32, 81. 29, IT.
Engineers for 82, 88, 29, IT.
Firemen for 19. 88, 21, IT.
Brakeman for 19.
Engineers up: Shelly, E. R. Sny
der, 3. E. Kauffman, Tltler, Kreps,
Beverlln, Loper, McMurtrle, Stone,
McAllcher, Helsey, Fisher, Cope,
Firemen up: Jones, Swller, Sevlck,
Gutshall, Raub, Fry, Weaver, Htmes,
King, Bell.
Conductor up: Corl.
Brakemen up: Glaaer, Sterner,
Deckerd, McAlpin.
TTard Board —Engineer for 2-7 C.
Firemen for 10C, 12C, S-15C.
Engineers up: Fry, Eyde, Ewlng,
Russell, gnell, Flelsher, Richter, Keis
er, Ferguson, Snell, Bartolet. Getty,
Barkey, Sheets, Balr, Eyde, Ford.
Firemen up: Graham, Barnhart,
Miller, Boyer, Garber, Snyder, Reber,
Loser, Burns, Uoflman, Chubb, Bhb- J
kin, Felght, Clemm, Guyer, Owens, j
Patrick, Drake, Little.
Philadelphia Division —. The 219
crew first to go after 2.16 o'clock:
241, 232, 223, 240, 211, 201, 3^£.
Engineer for 201.
Fireman for 210.
Conductors for 241, 282.
Flagman for 223.
Brakemen for 241, 240, 201.
Brakemen up: Kaschella, Slowers,
March, Mumma, Brunner.
Middle Division —The 128 crew first
to go after 1.46 o'clock: 113, 103, 249,
239, 119, 225.
Fireman for 118.
'Brakeman for 113.
Yard Beard —Engineers for 2nd 126,
3rd 126, 2nd 129, 140, change crew,
2nd 102, 2nd 104, 112.
Firemen for 3rd 126, 4th 129, 162,
change crew, 112, 118.
Engineers up: Zelders, Smith, Mur
ray, Hanlen, Sellers, Kawell, Myers,
Hugglns, Barnhart, Etchelberger,
Leddick, Hall, E. T. Brown.
Firemen up: McCann, Cersna, Jen
kins, Gamber. Knochstedt, Kreltzer,
McCurdy, Henderson, ,Shoffner, Btoll,
Shover, Lightner, Frank, Eiehelberg
er, Rlckert.
Philadelphia Division Engineers
up: B. A. Kennedy, H. Smeltzer, H.
W. Gilllums, V. C. Gibbons, M. Pleam,
C. E. Albright. J. C. Davis, W. O.
Buck, B. L. Smith.
Firemen up: W. B. Aulthouse, J.
M. Piatt, WllUaas Mn, Bk PL BKa
J. J. Kestrevee, 1. Own V, L4b
F. H. Cook.
Engineers for M-t\ (88.
Firemen lor 628. M, M, M,
Middle Division—Engineers gy
D. McDougel. W. O. Bulaa, J
Kesne. C. L. Mines. J. OHisnfi, ,
Smith, D. Keane, C. D. Hollasbi
C. S. Cassner, Bam. Donnloy, y
Black, W. B. Glaaer. O. O. JCstae
F. Kreppa. R. J4. Crane,' EEC
Firemen np: L F. Evans. <X
senbach, L. M. Graham, R. Part
H. Tippery, O. Haward. J. A. I
C. W. Kepner, P. W. Beck. M. B. 1
lng, C. L. Sheets, la H. Orr, H. &
wine, C. M. Steele, W. P. Prtnam.
Putt, B R. Pierce. C. H. Peterms
C. Melllnger, la R. Smith. (V U
Engineers tor extra 18.61 P. i
31. 46, 36.
Firemen for extra 18.81 9. k,
46. 19, 36, M-2T.
Beautiful Spray, $34)0
Keeney'a Flower Shops
Ilnrrlaharg 81a ells a
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Harrisburg Acada
Many New Courses offered
the second semester at The Was
burg Academy,
On February Third begins
second semester, at which t
owing to the large number of
pupils, entering on this date,
courses will be started aa folic
Elemeatary 9 elease
Solid Geometry
Advanced Algebra
United Statea History
Civil Geverantent !
Beginners Latin
Elementary French, eta.
The few remaining vacande
the school are available to day
Ells who make application oi
efore February Third. Call
The Academy Office or nl
Bell. 1371 J. v