1927 February 25 Hbg Telegraph

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1927 February 25 Hbg Telegraph - HARRISBURG, PA.; FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25,...
HARRISBURG, PA.; FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25, 1927. SECOND SECTION V NOTED BARITONE TO VISIT CITY Pompilio Malatesta to Be Guest of Charles Martin Pompilio ' Malatesta, of New York, for fifteen years with the Metropolitan Opera Company, will be the guest to - morrow night of Charles Martin, 433 Market street, owner of the Martm Hotel, and father - in - law of the singer. Members Members of the two families are planning planning to take a trip to Europe next mmth. - Previous to the departure of the stnger for Europe, artists and pupils of his schoo in New York will give a radio ' recital over WRNY, New York. It is scheduled scheduled for 9 o'clock Thursday night, March S. Included 'on the program program are; Nancy Spadara, colora - ture Soprano; Mira Salsetta, lyric; Josef Antonelli, tenor, and James Butler, baritone. MAYOR TO GREET MISS SPRING AT UNISON OPENING FAILS TO PAY WIFE; IS JAILED Many Nonsupport Orders Made by Dauphin ' Court Charged with failure to - comply with a Dauphin county court maintenance maintenance order for support of his wife and child Oliver S. Fisher, 419 Kelker street, - was committed to jail for ten days for contempt. "Nonsupport orders made to - day included: Albert Briggles, 2039 Fulton street, $40 a month; Charles R. Zimmerman, 1201 Derry street, $50 a month; Charles E. Snyder, 1600 Logan street, $24 a moeth; Claude E. Simmons, 422 Muench street, $5 a week; Russell Coldren, 128 South Second street, $5 a week; Luther G. Wolfersbergeij, 2007 North Second Second street, $17.50 a week; Ray B. Wilson, 1710 Berryhill, $75 a month; Arftiur Cunkle, 265 Fors - ter street $10 a week; Eric G. R. Rumstedt, Jr., 1426 State street, $7 a week; Paul Mathias.265 Delaware Delaware street, $5 a week. TWO MORE DAYS TO . SEE ART EXHIBIT Give Pol,iceman Gun With Which He Killed 'Parsonage Robber.' 'H ' ' .. ' York, Feb. 25. THE death gnn used by Plalnrlotliesman Michael Schwlndt to kill Clarence ('. Hiuies, of Harrlshurg, was presented to the officer officer this morning by Dr. L. U. Zech, York county coroner. HJmes was shot to death on the evening of February 13 after he had forced his way into the Moravian parsonage while services were in progress In the adjoining church. - , . LEMOYNE CHURCH WILL HAVE GOOD ANNUAL REPORT Evangelical Congregat i o n Makes Improvements, Pays Off Debts Xemojwe, Feb. 25. At the Central Central - Pennsylvania Conference of Evangelical Churches, which will J be held in York, March 3 - 7, the TOLL REDUCTION BACKER, SICK IN BED, IS ELATED George A. Herring Names Fellow Workers as Deserving Credit WISE WILL PLAYED BASEBALL HERE, KILLS SELF IN READING HOME George E. Goodhart Policeman Policeman in Pretzel City 10 Years At one time a catcher on a Hat - risburg baseball team, and for fourteen years a professional hall player, George E. Goodhart, 68, committed suicide by shooting himself in his home,' in Reading, Wednesday. Goodheart has been a policeman in Reading for the past twelve . years. It was In the old State League that Goodhart was well known here, he having captained tne Heading team ot tnat league from 1890 to 1895. It was with a State League club that he played in Harrisburg. He was a catcher, and during his career played on teams from coast to coast, among them being .those of Portland, Me.; Portland, Ore., and New Orleans. Goodhart. recently suffered a breakdown, and had been off duty as a patrolman since February 6. TOWNSHIP WATER

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 25 Feb 1927, Fri,
  3. Page 13

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