1935 March 6 Hbg Telegraph
effort to obtain suf in the Governor's budget the colleges open. from ten of the counties colleges are located and named a committee, by Representative Trout, Lancaster Republican, information on the requirements, fees and of the colleges. DOG CATCHER dog . catcher for the Camp Hill will be appointed March 15, by Burgess Greene, who said that several years hundreds of property has been Shrubbery and lawns seriously damaged by at large, the burgess OF THE CREWS B Trick Philadelphia Division R, Yard Crews. for B. 6B. 1 - 1B. SB. up Ewing. Lutz. R. H. Fort - Quiggley. D. Hinkle, Holland, Sheaffer, Kapp. G. L. Fort - Feaas, Harris. Nolte, Copp, Kline, Cessna, Books, Walsh. Arndt, Wolf. Wagner. Montell. Kensler, Sanders, Beafer, Boyer, last out Egan. Yard C Trick Philadelphia R. R. Yard Crews. 2SC. up Loy. Leiby. McMorrls, Watts. Seiber, Clelland, Hading. Blosser. up Hall.. Deseh, Graham, Hitz, Peiffer. J. L. Snell, Wagner. Richter. Keiser, C. Keever, Crawford. last out C. W. Fry. and EnoU Side Middle Di R. Road Crews. crews first to go after '143, 138, 16. 123. 11, 133 133, 124, 137. 4 Altoona crews first to so after MS. 137. 134. 137, 121. 142 Turn Altoona. ui Hopkins. Rathfon. Mellineer. Evans. Kepner. un Mocari. Nerr manning Shade, Bitner, Beers, jonnson. roitz. Jjanner and Enola Side Philadel P. R. R. Road Crews. engine crewa lint to CO m. 102. 103 firemen crewi lirst to so m. id. 1111 crews first to go after 21ti. 2W. 2UG. 214. 212. 203, 201. 211. Ambov 323. 321. 322. 320. 330 324. crews first to go after 311. 205. 212. 21. 204. 20S, 219. AmDoy 323. 321. 327, tram crews first to go m. es. on. oo. 822. eia. 609. 627, 605, 633 . 607. 649, of 1935 with a capacity of more than one billion gallons dally. These plants serve 750,000,000 gallons of purified water daily to more than six million consumers," the speaker said. Captain Robert A. Bartlett, who pUoted Admiral Peary to the North Pole on an Arctic expedition, wiu be the principal speaker tomorrow evening at 6.30 o'clock at a meeting of the Engineers in the Perm - Harris Hotel. 4 POSTMASTER 47 YEARS, FRANCIS H. G00DHART, SO, DIES AT HOME Francis Howard Goodhart, 80, who retired two years ago after be inz postmaster at Bowmansdale forty - seven years, died Tuesday at his home. Mr. Goodhart was born in Newville and resided in Bowmansdale Bowmansdale more than fifty years. For many years he operated the Goodhart mill and a general store at Bowmansdale. He is survived by his widow, Mrs, Anna Goodhart; a grandchild, Anne Fortney, and a brother, Martin Goodhart, Carlisle. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home. The Rev. Fran cis F. Renoll, St. Paul's Reformed Church, Mechanicsburg, will of ficiate, assisted by the Rev. Dr. C. W. Levan, former pastor of St, Paul's Reformed Church, and the Rev. Harry B. Stock, St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Carlisle. Burial will be in Chestnut Hill Cemetery. The body may be viewed Thursday night at the home. He was a member of St. Paul's Reformed Church and the Junior Mechanics lodge and the Independent Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Bowmansdale. Bowmansdale. MRS. ANNIE E. STRONG Mrs. Annie E. Strong, SZ. - We 'ftf W. Scott Strong, Shiremanstown, died Tuesday at her home. She Is survived by her husband and a brother, E. H. Bitner. Funeral Fri day morning at 10.30 o'clock at home of brother, hall - mile east oi Shiremanstown. Burial in Chestnut Hill Cemetery, near Mechanicsburg. FRANKLIN H. MILLER terday the Harrisburg House Association re - elected Al K. Thomas as secretary for his thirtieth consecutive term. Thomas is the first and only secretary the association association has ever had. Also re elected were Donald Mccormick, chairman; Robert M. Rutherford, vice - chairman, and James A. Mc Laughlin, manager. CITY HALL SLANTS Buildings encouraged By bright weather Fifty - nine cents, collect Program or menu? Skins! Lion, Seal, Bear - Candidates mentioned Soft pedal from now on Election Day's coming! Mercury goes up ' And buildings, too; Building inspector Had plenty to do. CY SLANTZ. SUN out and buyers of building building permits in! Three, totaling totaling $4800, issued today before noon. Bright weather always encourages encourages building, they'll tell you. Permits were issued as follows: Stefan Coster, 1000 - 02 Herr street, alterations to restaurant, $4000; Mary Susiz, 1251 South Thirteenth street, alterations to dwelling, $350; Mrs. Anna Simonetti, . alterations to No. 107 South Third street, $450. Wait'll Sam "Esquire" Klompus, Sixteenth and Market streets, returns returns from New York City. Today Patrolman Wesley M. Barrick re ceived this 59 - cent (plus tip), tele gram COLLECT: "Spending my seventh business anniversary with big cigar in my mouth and Fifth Avenue derby on my head." 1 SAM ESQUIRE. "The poliee'll get him sure in that get - up" said ."Wes.r "and wait 'til I go to Atlantic City next summer. Reading Elks had their forty - sixth anniversary dinner last night. Much to eat? Havs Herm Eariey, the city clerk, show you hat program. program. Menu would be a tame word. The other day a seal passed on - one of the Wildwood Park seals and the Democratic scout is wondering who got, the seal skin. . . . Not so a 50 B.