1942 September 30 Hbg Telegraph

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1942 September 30 Hbg Telegraph - SSb TELEGRAPH SEPTEMBER I 1 1 as CARLISLE: Fund...
SSb TELEGRAPH SEPTEMBER I 1 1 as CARLISLE: Fund Campaign' Gets Underway Commercial Division Be gins Canvass in Annual Community Chest Drive Carlisle, Sept. 30. The Com' mercial Division of the Carlisle Community Chest campaign, which gets under way October 12, launched its phase of the annual drive and as an example for the various sections to follow one firm announced it was "over the top." Fred Seltzer, manager of the J C. Penny store, told Donald J Farage, drive chairman, that his firm has subscribed 100 per cent, in raising $71.50 exceeding its goal by $21.50. Every employe in the Commercial Commercial Division which comprises 31 stores and business places will be canvased this week for a subscription. subscription. No division goal was announced but the Rev. Dr. Harry L. Saul, commercial direc tor, told representatives of the 31 firms at a dinner that if each subscriber adds 25 per cent, to his gift of last year the division will reach its goal. Director Farage said the Chest goal of $36,000 is the largest in its history and 20 per cent, over last year's goal of 30,000. And from Eugene L. Martin, chairman of the Community Chest trustees and veteran campaigner, came a challenge challenge to Chest workers in this war year to match the efforts of the workers in 1918, a war year, who gathered in $36,000, greatest sum yet realized. The Commercial group was re minded that the USO and Boy Scouts are included in the Community Community Chest this year for the first time and individuals must take this into account before they decide on the size of their sub scriptions. Wins Wage Suit Isaac Goodhart, Carlisle, was awarded a civil court verdict of $72, the amount for which he had sued the Berwick Construction Company in a wage dispute. Goodhart told the jury that the construction firm had agreed in July, 1941, to pay him 50 cents an hour, that he had worked 500 hours and that his pay check was short $72. The jury gave him the full amount. Goodhart had work ed for the company on the Stan wix Manor Federal housing proj ect here. Marriage License A marrjage license was issued at the Cumberland County Court house to John M. Pratt, Carlisle Barracks, and Dorcas O. Cromer, South Carolina. Seek Divorce Indignities and cruelty were charged in a divorce suit filed at the courthouse here by Mrs. Margaret Margaret F. Sourbeer, Wormleysburg, against AlberJ: F. Sourbeer,, Fay etteville R. D. 1. They were married in 1935 at Easton. Will Settle Estates Letters were issued at the courthouse here for settlement of seven estates. Mrs. Elizabeth Crosby, Carlisle, received letters as executor of the estate of her mother, Mrs. Effie M. B. Rummel, Carlisle. The will disposes of an estate estimated estimated at $10,500 which was divided among Mrs. Crosby, Mrs. Effie R. Cowden, a second daughter, daughter, and a son, John K. Rummel. A bequest of $1000. to the Mem orialLutheran Church, Shippens - burg, was included in the will of Minnie B." Etter, Shippensburg, who left property estimated at $11,700. The bequest is to be "used as desired" the will directs. The bulk of the estate was left in trust to the Jane Etter, at property will go David; a grand nephew. National Bank, named executor. The husband, executor and estate of Mrs. Shippensburg, will. The at $5700. Winfred A. chanicsburg, Elsie, as ficiary an his Ployer, executor and the estate of Ployer, according Administration estate of South Middleton issued to a Craighead. the estate of Carlisle, were Samuel. Restaurant Proceeds from other articles restaurant, on today will be Carlisle Coulson, It costs as Liberty cargo tanks. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE - Without Calomel - Ami You'll Jim Out of Bed in the Morning Ruin' to Go The liver should pour 2 pints of bile Juice into your bowels every day. If this bile is not flowing freely, your food may not direst, direst, It may juit decay i the bowels. Then gas bloats up your stomach. You get constipated. constipated. You feel sour, sunk and the world looks punk. It takes those good, old Carter's Little Liver Pills to get these 2 pints of bile flowing; flowing; freely to make yon feel "up and up." Get package today. Take as directed. Effective in making bile flow freely. Ask for Carter's LitUe Liver Pills. 10 and 26. Its

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 30 Sep 1942, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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