1948 January 28 Hbg Telegraph

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1948 January 28 Hbg Telegraph - Harrisburg, Pa, Wednesday, January 21, 1948 is,...
Harrisburg, Pa, Wednesday, January 21, 1948 is, I am . Your Signal db - seat of the and expel nature teuuci, m - mem - sell you the un - the way it you are Bronchitis j M. a a 'Carlisle: Hearing Arranged In Auto Fatality Carlisle. Jan. 28. Clarence J. .revision Goodhart, 67, of Walnut Bottom, assistant superintendent of Cum berland County for the State Highway Department, will be given a nearing before Justice oi the Peace William Dosh Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock on charges of involuntary man slaughter growing out of the Christmas Eve automobile death of Diller I. Lehman, 58," of Car lisle, R. D. 4. The charges of involuntary manslaughter weie preferred by Edward Keiser, of the Carlisle State Police sub - station as the outgrowth of the accident in which a State - owned car driven by Goodhart struck and fatally niured Lehman as he and his son herded cattle across the Newville road seven miles west of here on Christmas Eve. At a corner's inquest on Jan uary 16, the jury returned a find' ing of "gross negligence," after which District Attorney William R. Mark said he would prosecute on charges of involuntary man slaughter. Goodhart is free on $1000 bail. Women's Council to Meet The Woman's Church and Mis sionary Council of Carlisle will meet Friday afternoon at 2.30 'clock to plan for World Day of Prayer. World Day of Prayer will be observed in a service Friday, February February 13, at 3 o'clock in the Second Second Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Christian P. Humer, coun cil president, announced that the program will be set up at Friday's meeting and that the nominating committee and the committee on of by - laws will make reports. On the nominating committee are Mrs. Clarence Woodsworth, chairman; Mrs. Lester D. and Mrs. M. J. Hoover. On the by - laws committee are Mrs. J. Mark Frey, chairman; Mrs. Alton Wentzel, Mrs. Hoke Franciscus and Mrs. J. W. Potter. Divorce Suit Donald Lee Shearer, New Bloomfield, R. D. 2, charged indignities indignities in a suit for a divorce against Mrs. Marian Alfretta Shearer, Mechanicsburg, R. D. 4, filed at the Court House. They were married on May 29, 1947, at Cumberland, Md. Buys Orchard The 168 - acre Crestmont Farm on the Carlisle - Gettysburg road has been sold by Clyde C. Hess, of New York City, and Robert C Hoffman, of Hanover, to' Ralph W. Tyson, who resides on the farm and operates it The farm, con taining large apple orchards, lies partly in Dickinson Township, Cumberland county, and Hunting don Township, Adams county. It was sold for a reported $19,000. Seek Funds Dickinson College has appealed to its alumni for gifts to the 1948 Alumni Fund, goal of which was set at $30,000. The college hopes that the goal will be achieved by commencement in June. Last year's Alumni Fund gifts totaled $37,435, bringing to $220,387 the total raised by these annual appeals appeals since they were launched in 1936. Appeal Made Failing to achieve the response expected, Mrs. Merle W. Allen, the lisle, for and their the fight said citizens that and have good to or said. plan for, your saving 1 loTirik i m m mm rum Elect Vestrymen Results of vestry elections con ducted during the congregational meeting of St. John's Episcopal Church are: Dr. Donald D. Stoner, G. Bear - den Kunkel, Oswald Taylor and Gen. Morrison C. Stayer. Seven members were re - elected They are T. C. S. Collins Keller junior warden; William L. Jack' son, Barton L. Minnick, Dr. Ed ward S. Kronenberg, Jr Robert Lee Jacobs, Joseph L. Kramer, F F. Rainsford and James Prescott, Jr. Also on the vestry is F. B, Sellers, Sr., junior ward, who be came a life member in December by virtue of 20 years of continu ous service. Driver Arrested A driver, whose auto allegedly struck a parked car near Ship pensburg on January 3 and then sped on without stopping, was ar rested by State Police. Police said Elmer Reed, 18, Newburg, R. D. 1, was charged with failure to stop and reveal his identity. He was given a hearing before Justice of the Peace Harry E. Fishel, Boiling Springs, and was sentenced to pay a fine and costs. Police said Reed was driving a car that struck an automobile parked - 15 feet off the highway and then continued on his way despite the fact that a rear wheel of the Reed car was knocked off LAST ft fill Ml FINE QUALITY NEW STYLE FUR I Even though the prices 1 I these Fur Coats have I I slashed to the minimum, 1 1 your purchase at Goodman's carries the usual guarantee. Fresh pelts,

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 28 Jan 1948, Wed,
  3. Page 4

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