News Comet from East Berlin, Pennsylvania on May 24, 1946 · Page 6
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East Berlin, Pennsylvania
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Friday, May 24, 1946
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THE NEWS-COMET, BAST BERLIN, PA., MAY 24, 1946 Many Court Cases Are Disposed Of Two men received suspended sentences, a parole was renewed for another and three others were ordered to pay weekly amounts for the support of their children at a session of the Adams county court Monday morning. Court suspended sentence of Fred H. Shu!l, 58 East King street, Littlestown, on a charge of driving after his license was suspended after the court read four letters from prominent persons in Littlestown pointing out the need of his family for him to continue work. Shul! was placed on probation for one year, erdered to pay the costs and to pay $100 for the use of the county. The court told Shull that, he is to obey the law and that if he comes back to the court on another motor violation he will be sentenced on both charges. Shull admitted several previous infractions of the motor code. Hit-Run Driver Fined Richard Miller. Midway, was given a suspended sentence and placed on probation for one year, ordered to pay the costs and a $50 sum, on a hit-and-run charge. Miller. State Policeman Robert Dietrich told the court, had crashed into a parked vehicle in New Oxford and then had continued on without stopping. Total damage was $5 in the accident, Miller told the court he was afraid to stop because of what might happen. The occupant of the car however gave chase and finally was able to read the license. Edward Russell, Gettysburg, who was over $200 in. arrears in a support order had his parole renewed on condition that he make arrangements with the Victor Products company to deduct $10 a week from his pay to be turned over to the county, with $7 each week to go to the current support of his family ' and $3 to make up the amount owed. He was also ordered to stay away from his children while intoxicated. Russell had been in jail I a week on a charge of creating a ! disturbance nt the home of his I children. j Oilier Court Orders 1 Arthur Beamer, Gettysburg, was ' ordered to pay $7 a week for the i support of hi.s two children, to enter : into a bond for $500 and pay the costs following a hearing en a dei sertion and non-support charge brought by his wife, Ruby, Aspers R. 1. He was directed to pay the i costs and first, weekly sum by Saturday and to turn over $18 of a $34 I pension he receives as soon as it arrives. : Albert Wolford, Gettysburg, was ! ordered to pay $6 a week for the i support of two children still with · his wife, enter into a bond and pay j the costs. Earl H. Naugle, Middie! town R. D., was ordered to pay S4 i a week for the support of his child, following: a hearing on a desertion and non-support case brought by his wife, Ruth, York Springs R. 1. j He also is to enter a bond of $500 ' and pay the costs. | Eight accounts were confirmed ! and one account was scheduled foi | a hearing. ON PAY DAY--BUY BONDS R. L. Pittenturf Funeral Director answered anywli«rc--day o* Phone 7 TORK SPRINGS, PX Ambulance Service Cars Collide Near Idaville A Huntlngton township election board member figured in a two-car accident in Idaville Tuesday mron- ing 5 minutes before the polls opened for the primary election. No one was injured in the crash but two drivers are to be charged and damage exceeded $75, state police said. John W. Guise. 34, Gardners R. 1 member of the district election board in Hunting-ton township that servos the polling place in the Idaville school house, was in the act of t u r n i n g left off the Gottysburg- Carlis'.e highway into the school yard when Oliver P. House. 23, Bendersville, attempted to pass Guise's truck. State police who investigated said that Guise was able to avoid a collision but that House's car mounted the pavement and struck the parked machine of Gladys McCauslin, an Idaville school teacher. The right side of House's car was damaged to the extent of about $75 when it struck the rear of the McCauslin machine which was only slightly damaged. House was riding alone and was BROILERS WANTED Also All Other Kind of Liv* Poultry Also Eggs BENTZELL'S POULTRY EGG HOUSE 239 W. Phila. St.. York, Pa. i unhurt. The parked machine was unoccupied. i Police said they will charge Mr. j Guise with failing to signal his In- I tentiou of making a left turn and House with reckless driving. Both informations will be filed before 1 Justice of the Peace Elton Myers, Idaville. DISCHARGE FILED The following discharges have been filed by former Adams county servicemen for recording at the court house: T/5 Donald J. Staub, Littlestown; T/4 Ray E. Baumgardner, Seven Stars; Sgt. Lloyd E. Cleaver. East Berlin; T/5 Ray W. Miller, York Springs; M.M. 3/C Alfred Rubin Sites, and F 1/C Burnell Frances Harner, from the navy. Bees Buzz After Car Hits Truck Bees were buzzing around' by the thousands Monday afternoon when a light truck loaded with bee hives was struck by an automobile in the Mt. Holly Pikf a mile south of Carlisle. I The truck, owned by E. H. Sachs. ! 69, of Bislerville, R. D.. a market I attendant at Carlisle, and operated j by William N. Thomas. 40, of Big| lervillc. was traveling south. Fol; lowing was a car operated by Oarrill i I. Eisenhuth, 26, Coburn. When j Thomas attempted to turn left into 1 4 township road, ELsenhuth struck j the left rear of the machine, state I police reported. The truck remained |on its wheels but the impact sent the bees abuzzing. i Sachs, who was sitting beside the | ,ruck driver, suffered a slight lac- 'eration of the forehead. i Eisenhuth was charged with driv- · ing while under the influence of intoxicants by state police before Justice of the Peace Harry E. Pishel, Hoping Springs. HARMONICAS * DRIVER CHARGED A ten-day notice was mailed by Justice of the Peace Robert P. Snyder to Daniel J. Scott, Gettysburg R. 4. charged by borough police with driving too fast for road conditions in Gettysburg on Tuesday. Furniture Funeral Director G. KENNETH C O C K L 1 N Telephone 59 Ambulance Service DILLSBURG, PA. MUST REGISTER AT 18 , About 439.000 miles of the na- Selective Service board officials , tion's highway system are paved, in Gettysburg and New Oxford call- j ' ed attention Tuesday to the fact that j recent draft law changes have not i altered the requirement that all | boys must register with their draft j boards upon becoming 18 years of j age. Registrants 18 and 19 years of age are still permitted to volunteer.! J E W E L E R $1.00 and up MUSICAL TOYS 5c to $5.00 PRATT'S MUSIC HOUSE 146 Broadway, Hanover Phone 3-2217 Men Wanted Apply THE FROG, SWITCH and MFG. CO. Frog and Switch Dept, CARLISLE, PA. DURO PUMPS -- WATER SYSTEMS TANKS -- WATER SOFTENERS Parts For All DURO PRODUCTS P. W. STRICKLAND 11 S. Qu**n St., York. Pa. Phone 5854 WANTED TO BUY Shotguns, Rifles, Jewelry, Cameras, Bicycles, Diamonds, Luggage, Watches, Revolvers, Binoculars and Tools. E. SELFON PAWN BROKER 253 S. 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ALL SERVICE WORK GUARANTEED Congratulation 46" Graduate Graduates of grammar school, high school prep school and college should be rewarded for work \j r ell done, You can buy many gifts for boys and girls at the Rexall Drug store, where you always "Save with Safety." Come in and see our assortment of Watches, Fountain Pens and Pencil Sets, Stationery, Military Brush Sets, Toilet Goods, Compacts^ Candy and Many Other Useftii Items, Peoples Drug Store "SAVE WITH SAFETY" AT YOUR REXALL DRUG STORE Baltimore Street Gettysburg, Pa. MAY SALE Dependable Shoes To Wear With All Your Summer Clothes Are These Handsome Shoes. Easy to Keep Clean, Comfortable And Light For Those Warm-Weather Days. Select Your Favorite Style Here Now. We Have Many Slyles to Chose From. BROWN REVEALING, and WHITE CONCEALING! Cashman s Hardware Phone 22-R-2 East Berlin, Pznna. Our own special brown and white classics -- just the shoe to see you through summer in cool comfort and p-erfecj; tasto. 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