1928 September 22 Solomon Spoonhour
Lach - charge or Hadas Hamilton night will on Monday , Guilty and his Jby of bure - to both not e 3m - with en En. revol later en Supencic, Assault Cases Heard Harry F. Rawls, Harrisburg. was found guilty in Criminal court today, today, of attempting to assault, an eight - year - old girl and will be sentenced sentenced Thursday. Henry Freeman, of this city, was put on trial on a charge of assault just before court adjourned to - day. Solomon Spoonhour, Harrisburg, was charged with attempting to assault assault a thirteen - year - old girl i.i Dauphin court to - day. New York Clearing House New York, Sept, 22. Clearing House statement exchanges, $1, - 230,000,000. Balances, $120,000,000. Federal Reserve Bank creditor, $106,000,000. MRS. CHARLES BANAVAN VVrlghtsville, Sept. 22. Mrs. Hoover and Son funeral parlors. ANTON ZTJICH Funeral services for Anton Zuich, 260 Frederick street who died yes terday at the Harrisburg Hospital will be held Monday morning in St. Mary's Catholic Church. The Rev. I. Petricak, officiating. Burial will be in the Holy Cross cemetery. He was 48 years old and had been employed employed at the Bethlehem Steel Company Company for thirty years. He is survived survived by his wife Katherine, two brothers, Nickolas and John, both of New York City. HENRY J. STAMBAUGH Hanover, Sept. 22. Funeral services services for Henry J. Stambaugh, 70, who died of pneumonia, will be held at the house to - morrow afternoon at 10 oclock. Burial will be made in Mummert's Meeting House cemetery.