1948 February 2 Hbg Telegraph

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1948 February 2 Hbg Telegraph - association hopes to obtain this year. Although...
association hopes to obtain this year. Although the association's new office in the post office building is rent free, the $432 thus saved this year will be needed to pur chase office equipment, Such as filing cases, adding machine and; the like. The executive committee of the! association will meet tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock for the an nual reorganization. Ivo V. Otto is the president. Held For Court Clarence J. Goodhart, 67, of Walnut Bottom, charged with involuntary involuntary manslaughter growing out of the Christmas Eve automobile automobile death of Diller I. Lehman, 58, of Carlisle, R. D. 4, was held for grand jury, following a hearing hearing before Justice of the Peace William Dosh. Goodhart was the driver of a State - owned car which allegedly struck and fatally injured Lehman on Christmas Eve at 5.20 o'clock as he and his son herded cattle across the Newville road, seven miles west of here. Goodhart renewed his bail of! $1000 following the hearing. Testimony Testimony at the hearing was much along the same line as at the coroner's coroner's inquest on January 16 when the jury returned a finding of "gross negligence." Red Cross Board to Meet The board of directors of the Red Cross chapter will hold its monthly luncheon meeting Wednesday Wednesday at 12 noon at the Molly Pitcher HoteL Clinton Medical ' Society to Meet Lock Haven, Feb. 2. The Clinton Clinton County Medical Society is planning to have an open meeting here Wednesday, February 18, to complete the organization of the county unit of the American Cancer Cancer Society. A representative from Harris - burg has been asked to come here for the meeting, place of which will be announced later. Gold is mined near Johannesburg Johannesburg in Africa at depths of 9000 feet. HARRISBURG TELEGRAPH, Pace On Air Graduates Bethlehem, Feb. 2, (IP). Eddie Rickenbacker declared terday that war can be only if the United States vince Russia that "all power chips are blue." In an address at exercises at Lehigh Rickenbacker said: "If we can awaken his henchmen to the that our chips are down, we are ready to call the then there will be peace." The Eastern Airlines added: "Peace depends on our be so far ahead of the rest world in new weapon to increase the air striking through American 'know -

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 02 Feb 1948, Mon,
  3. Page 3

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