1927 March 8 Harrisburg Telegraph

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1927 March 8 Harrisburg Telegraph - $12,000 of rev all State proposed by Rep...
$12,000 of rev all State proposed by Rep Delaware, Fisher's the Code, House to as the annual have collections, de re ' in Treasury moved to will reading other was of of Department represented if the will f intra Agriculture over the show. annual in this called Asked whether Mr. Dunkle intended intended to dispose of his stock in the company, - Mr. Gorman' said, "No." ' .. PASTOR DECRIES SUICEID THEORY AT FUNERAL , OF JOHN The Rev. George S. Womer.'of Epworth Methodist Church Makes Investigation For Own Information; Takes Text From Chapter of St John Convinced, after a careful consideration consideration ef the facta, . that the possibility of accidental death in the case of Charles T. Shaffer, 19, John Harris High School student, carries as much, if not more weight, than the theory of suicide, the Rev. George 8. Womer, of the Epworth Methodist - Church, gave the lad the benefit of the doubt in the funeral service conducted in the Shaffer home, 1849 Swatara street, early this afternoon. . v . The Rev. Womer, prior to the service, admitted having spent much of yesterday conferring with persons who knew the lad, and requesting requesting information as to his moral moral habits. While many of these persona visited by the minister were disinterested, not one. Dr. Womer says, had a word to say against the lad's reputation, and .virtually all spoke et his. gentlemanly nature and actions. - - The service t of - the .Rev. Mr. Womer at the Juneral - to - day - was way Department . to expend funds for - the planting and maintaining of shrubbery along State high ways. HARRIS PUPIL not a long one. Mentioning the fact that no reason could be determined determined for the lad's suicide, and the testimony of an arms expert that conditions of the body warranted warranted the belief of accidental death, the minister urged that there be no judgment against the young student - Using as a subject, the verse of St. John's, "Ye Are My Friends, If Ye Do Whatever I Command You," he told of the proof Jesus rendered and of the friendship derived. The living room, dining room and kitchen were crowded for the services, with a great many of the boy's friends and schoolmates at tending. Ida Goodhart was there with her mother, and appeared very sad. There were about forty or fifty present altogether. Pallbearers . were: Herman Yentch. Jack 'Holland and Edward Stouffer, students at John Harris j High Sohool ; Charles Harbold and j : t . r. i V 1 . A. 1 and William Webb. - Mr. solution will sewer from Seventeenth, and streets .t in' State Thirteenth the Soldiers' Bridge Citing Mr. Cowden sewers in antiquated and are not First ward Dr. John druggiqt to - day asked conditions forcing cellars through presented property Commissioner them the and plans being Fair to - with the tonight, Is Bureau. temperature lowest wita a ' little prove that ( - was necessary. The lowest 35 degrees. New Cracow, - The - . l m. i nounced .here

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