The Evening News from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on May 8, 1945 · Page 18
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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, May 8, 1945
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18 THE EVENING NEWS, Harriiburg, Pa., Tuesday, May 8, 1945 Hospital Fund Teams to Meet ' Final plans for the campaign of the United Hospital Building Fund of , Harrisburg will be mapped to night at a dinner meeting of more than 300 leaders and workers at the Penn-Harris Hotel. General Chairman Frank A. Robbins, Jr, will be in charge. Speakers tonight will be Sterl ins G. McNees, associate general chairman; ' Thomas B. Schmidt chairman of the 'public campaign Mrs. Albert H. Stackpole, women's chairman, and George E. Meckel men's chairman. , ' George R. ; Bailey, Arthur H Hull and Dr. Harvey F. Smith chairmen of the corporation, individual memorial and medical staff subscription committees, will report on amounts already pledged. Robbins said a substantial part of the, $2,000,000 fund for enlarging the Harrisburg and Polyclinc Hos pitals has already been pledged by corporations and individuals. .Attending the meeting will be committee members from area communities served by the two hospitals. The Most Rev. George L. Leech, bishop of the Harrisburg Diocese of the Catholic Church, will give the invocation tonight. 634,000 Pounds of Used Clothing Given Here Harrisburg residents -contributed 634,000 pounds of clothing in the United Nations Clothing Campaign last month by the Inter-Service Club Council, composed of representatives of the Exchange, Kiwanis, Lions, Optimist, Rotary and Y's Men's clubs. The total collection, according to Ehrman B. Mitchell, chairman, was much more than the campaign quota of five pounds ped person. Mitchell commended the service clubs and other organizations which partici' pated in the clothing collection. Joe Martin was chairman. 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N It's Your EYES Be Wise SEE DR. M. R. WEBER OPTOMETRIST 213 WALNUT ST. Phone 8453 EAST TERMS pplililpli ftu Jm The world's largest inland fleet . .. , ' " r . . . and a proud record of wartime service The 80 ships of Canada Steamship Lines' fresh water fleet are hard at work, serving Canada's war effort. Their freighters move great cargoes of raw materials to war plants vast shipments of supplies to the sea-, board, on the Lakes and the Si Lawrence. Their liners provide essential transportation Between Canada and the United States; furnish healthful ship- " ' board holidays for service men and women and civilians. w iibiuci vl Aiui tuu van visit Vrftuaua soon, why not familiarize yourself with her inland water trips?, A folder will be sent on request. CANADA STEAMSHIP LINES Geo. B. Convin, Gtn't Agent, 1514 Lincoln-Liberty Bldff.,-Broad & Che$tnut St. (Rit. 2844) Philadelphia 7, Pa. Office open to 1 P. M. Saturday Child, 5, Recovering After Fall From Co Injured yesterday when he fe from a moving car south of Steel- ton borough line, Donald B. Shatto 5, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E Shatto, 2304 Luce street, is recov ering at his home. Treated at the Harrisburg Hospi tal for multiple abrasions and con' tusions of the body, the child is reported by hospital attaches to have been riding in a car operated by his uncle, Marine Sgt. Edwin M. Kuhn, when he fell into the highway as the door opened while he was leaning against it. USO Conference Here Tomorrow The Eastern Pennsylvania USO Volunteer Conference will open to morrow morning at 10 o'clock at the Central YMCA, with more than hundred USO club volunteer leaders and executives expected to attend. . George. P. Gable, Altoona,' presi dent of the State USO Council, will preside. Among speakers dur ing the morning will be: Frank L. Weil, of New York, vice-president of the National USO and president of the Jewish Welfare Board; Mrs. William S. Bowen, of New York, chairman of the National USO di vision of the YMCA; Ephraim Brenner, general chairman for the 1945 Community Chest and War Fund Campaign; Clifford L. Feh- ton, city USO chairman; Fred V. Rockey, chairman of the city USO Advisory Council; Capt. Karl R. Schneck, public relations officer of the Third Service Command; W. P. Buckwalter, USO regional ex ecutive, and Paul L. Strickler, Leb anon; chairman of the Lebanon USO Council. Weil will address the luncheon meeting after which a series of round table discussions will be held. Speakers at these meetirfgs will discuss duties of the USO Council in post-war problems, ad ministrative policies and post-war community planning. They will be: Dean Walter H. Hitchler, chairman, Carlisle USO Council; Frank K. Zimmerman and Wade Hawkins; Lewis Nathan, vice-chairman, and H. J. Schmidt, vice-president and executive secretary of the Philadelphia USO Council; Edward Tuescher, Na tional USO staff; Thomas K. Lein-bach, Reading, chairman of the Berks County USO Council; Chester H. Smith, regional USO executive, and Howard O. Russell, USO staff executive of the Har risburg YMCA. The afternoon sessions will be completed with talks by the fol lowing persons: Mrs. Samuel Fack ler, Miss Ann Pridmore, Mrs. Hilda B. Wheeler, WAVE Lt. Rebecca Tansel, of Mechanicsburg Navy Supply Depot; Mrs. Anna V. Le- bengood, USO regional supervisor; Miss Gertrude Collins, Catholic Community Center; Miss Bertha Johnson, Travelers. Aid; Capt. L. Chapman, of Indiantown Gap; Buckwalter and Samuel R. Donis. Following a tea at 4.30 o'clock the conference members will tour the city's USO clubs. . E. Zorger Is Named Aristos Club President Clarence E. Zorger was elected president of the Aristos Club yesterday at a meeting of the group in the i JHUA. Other officers elected were: William G. Bonney, vice-president; Paul W. Smith, second vice-presi' dent; Bruce E. Butt, secretary- treasurer; Harry H. Aungst, chap- lam and John T. Felimi, sergeant at-arms. 1843-1943 SltVINt) CANADA! IIATINlANft ' WATIBWATt 1: Second Brother! Killed Overseas PAUL L. KUMLER Pfc. Paul L. Kumler, 21, died of wounds April 15 in Germany, ac cording to word received by his mother, Mrs. Margaret Kumler, 1404 Penn street. Another brother, Pvt. Warren H. Kumler, was killed in action in Italy October 3, 1944, and five other brothers are in the service. Entering the Army in April, 1944, Pvt. Paul Kumler trained first as a paratrooper and later in the infantry. He took basic train at Camp Wheeler, Ga., and went overseas in November, 1944. Surviving are the following brothers and sisters Pfc. Emmett E. Kumler, in Germany; Pfc. Bruce R. Kumler, in Belgium; Cpl. Frank Kumler, in England; Tech, Cpl. Norman Kumler, Fort Pierce, Fla.; Pvt. Andrew J. Kumler, Camp Blanding, Fla.; George W. Kumler, Lester L. Kumler, Har risburg; Pierce R. Kumler, Dun cannon, R. D. 2; Mrs. Robert Thompson, Duncannon, R. D. 2; Mrs. David Dickel, Lancaster, R. D. 1: Ruth and Clee Kumler, Newport; Nancy Kumler, Summer dale, and Fern Kumler, Harris burg. Harrisburg Leader In WAC Recruiting Harrisburg topped the other four recruiting districts of the Third Service Command in WAC recruiting last month, Maj. Gen. Philip Hayes, commanding general announced today, and contributed to placing the Third Service Command in the leading position in the Nation. "Although the intensive recruit ing campaign for "Blue Angels" to work as hospital technicians closed at the end of April, we will continue to need many more women for general assignment in the WAC," General Hayes said. Members of Cited AAF Fighter Group in China Tech. Sgt. Wayne A. Randolph, 30, 2444 Derry street, and Tech. Sgt. Gabriel Pappariella, 28, son of Mrs. Mary Pappariella, 545 West Choco late avenue, Hershey, are members of a fighter group with the Tenth Air rorce in China, which was recently awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for "outstanding performance of duty in action against the enemy. Sergeant Randolph, who also holds the Bronze Star Medal, has been overseas for two years, and Sergeant Pappariella, an aviation ordnance technician, has also been overseas for two years. City Soldier Edits Camp Paper in Cairo Pfc. J. B. Steckley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren M. Steckley, 1270-R Oyler road, is in charge of editing the camp newspaper at Cairo, Egypt, in addition to serving as statistical clerk of an Army Air Forces unit. A graduate of Technical High School and Gettysburg College, he took post-graduate work in chemis try at the University of Pennsylvania before entering the Army in April, 1942. He has been overseas 25 months. BACK FROM PACIFIC DUTT Andrew Heberle, torpedoman's mate, second class, of 1327 Cumber- hand street, is among the several hundred Navy men of torepdo boat squadrons who recently arrived at Treasure Island, Calif, after many months of duty in the Pacific area. ADMITTED TO AAF HOSPITAL Staff Sgt. Myer B. Raffel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold Raffel, 240 South Fourteenth street, has been admitted to the Army Air Forces Regional and Convalescent Hospital at Miami Beach, Fla., for treatment and observation. GUNNER ON FIRST MISSION CpL Lester H. Eisenacher, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Eisenacher, 633 Kelker street, recently flew his first mission with the Eighth Air Force in England as a Flying Fortress tail gunner. COMPLETES COURSE Miss Nancy Saussman, of Harris burg, a clerical training supervisor at Indiantown Gap Military Reservation, has completed the Army course for motion picture projectionists at the post She will , show motion pictures to civilian training classes. HOME FROM CARIBBEAN Capt. Edward K. Reeser, 22, hus band of Mrs. Gladys Reeser, 2400 Market street, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reeser, 54 North Seventeenth street, is home on leave from the Caribbean area after 15 months service. SERVES ON MINE LATER . Gerald F. Simons, 20, storekeeper, third class, of Camp Hill, is serving aboard a mine layer in the Pacific area. . ' In Lemoyne Bottleneck While crossing the Lemoyne bofc tleneck, from vie Victory garden opposite his home yesterday, An tonio Crescenzi, 62, a Pennsylvania Railroad trackman, was struck by an automobile, Removed by ambulance to the Harrisburg Hospital, he was discharged after receiving treatment for shoulder and rib injuries and was instructed to return to the hospital today for an X-ray examination. , Hospital attaches said the driver of the car Was Paul E. Harbold, Mechanicsburg, R. D. 1. Sea Losses Huge On Both Sides . By United Prest NEW YORK, May 8. The Brit ish Royal Navy destroyed 673 Ger man and Italian warships in five and a half years of war at a cost of 608 combat vessefs an4 nearly 50,000 men The British Information Service, which announced the figures, said the British navy despite the losses "is stronger than $ has ever been in its previous history" and "can now turn its full attention to the Pacific war." According to the compilation, the Germans lost' 552 hips, of wnicn approximately ouu were sud-marines. The others included three capital vessels and three cruisers. The Italian fleet lost 121 ves sels, including a capital ship and 12 cruisers, before it surrendered to the Allies, Britain's losses during the long campaign were 608 ships and 64,969 naval casualties, of which 46,975. were killed or missing and the remainder wounded or prison ers of war. Among the naval losses were five battleships and 28 cruisers Liguor Control Board - Revokes Three Licenses Three liquor licenses have been revoked and three were suspended by the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board, all effective May 26, according to announcement made yesterday. Licensees whose permits were revoked and the grounds on which revocation was based are: Eleventh Ward Welfare Asso ciation of McKeesport, not operated for mutual benefit of all members, unexplained shortage in c'ash income reported, failure to adhere to by-laws, failure to keep complete and truthful records. The Monessen Choral and Liter ary Club, Monessen, sales to non- members, maintaining gambling devices and permitting gambling, not operated for mutual benefit of all members, unexplained shortage' in cash income reported, failure to conduct business through regularly elected officers, failure to keep complete and truthful records, failure to adhere to by-laws and improper admission to membership. Ida Mae Bell, Fairmont Hotel, Youngsville, licensed establishment operated so as to constitute a nuisance, sales to visibly intoxicated persons, maintaining gambling devices and permitting gam bling, sales in excess of 72 fluid ounces, employment of a known criminal, insanitary conditions of establishment, noisy and disorderly conduct. Among licenses suspertded was that of the Southwestern Demo cratic Club of Philadelphia, or dered closed for 45 days, because of charges of sale to non-members, sales to visibly intoxicated persons, sales between 3 a. m. and 7 a. m., and permitting gambling. State Street Man, 45, Badly Hurt in Fall Suffering severe lacerations of the head, cerebral concussion and a possible skull injury in a fall near Eighteenth and Regina streets yesterday, Clarence Raymond, 45, 1932 State street, is in "unsatisfactory" condition in the Harrisburg Hospital observation ward. Gets Bronze Star Cluster Sgt. Walter Hooks, son of Boyd Hooks,' 1527 North Fifth street, has been awarded a bronze Oak Leaf Cluster to the Bronze Star in Germany, where he is a squad leader with an armored engineer battalion. He has participated in the Normandy, Northern France and Germany campaigns. 4 VtfTHEN you need quick relief from " pain, do you hesitate to take aspirin bectuse it leaves you with an upset stomach ? Jf so, thii new medical discovery, ST'PERIN, i$ "just what the doctor ordered" for you. Superln It aspirin plus contains the same pure, safe aspirin you have long known but developed by doctors in a special way for those upset by aspirin in its ordinary form. This new kind of aspirin tablet dissolves uiurej quii&ty, seta inc aspirin gci rigm t the job of relieving pain, reduces t t scidity of ordinary aspirin, and doc R.R; Crews HARRISBURG AND ENOLA SIDES Philadelphia DH'ition Amboy engine crews first to go after 11 a. m.: 322, 320. Amboy train crews first to go after 11 a. m.: 321. Enola engine crews first to go after 11 a. m.: 206, 208, 237, 219, 221, 218, 236, 228, 230, 229, 222, 216, 234, 225, 211, 202, 204. 231. 213. 232. 203. 215. Enola train crews first to go after 11 a. m.: 202, 203, 206, 218, 216, 213, 207, 223. Enola Jersey train chews first to go after 11 a. m.: 643, 632, 651, 655, 618, 602, 636, 634, 611, 609, 661, 623, 673, 603, 625, 645. Enola Jersey train crews first to go after 11 a: m.: 55. 628, 614, 618, 624, 657, 644, 643, 683, 677, 646, 601, 635, 634, 610, 617, 600, 675, 649, 642, 667, 632, 627, 612, 631, 637, 653, 621, 605, 604, 654, 619, 620, 639, 661. Camden engine crews first to go after 11 a. m.: iso, io, 104, nu, i na, Hi, 178. 181. 187, 171, 173. Camden train crews first to go after 11 a. m.: 175, 173, 170, 176, 174. Engineers for: 643 . 677, 172, 180, 206 213, 215, 222, 230, 700. Firemen for: 677, 174, 206. 234, 706. Conductors for: 170. 206. 208. Brakemen for: 619. 629. 651. 655. 661. 673. 173, 206, 208, 213. Engineers ud: Hackenberaer. Swice- good, Sponsler, Holler. Alkey. Everhart, Moore, Curry, Rimer, Logan, Manning Emanuel. Payne, Reigle, Lynn, Snyder, uiiey, uncn, Houck, Cinffas, Keburn, Miller, Shaub. Firemen ud: Zimmerman. Clrnns. Hayes, Emerick, Ditzler, Snyder, Martin, ivopKo, L,enaer, Mobley, Smith, Ny-land. Magnelli. Scheib, Zeigler, Spang-ler, Shindle, Franklin, Shaffner, Harding, Sponsler. Conductors up: Ensminger, ' Rutter, Mambaugh, Dettra, Chorpening. Ever- nan, anas. Miller, Spence. Ellinger. Brakemen ud: Detweilpr. TVirlrm. Rnnir Cockrell, Myers, Row, Smith, Jacobs. onaveiey, aKaggs, winters, smltn, JJelp. Middle Division Enola Engine Crews nrsi 10 go atter 11 a. m.: 130. 125, 146, 159, 133, 128, 168, 121, 122, 142, 136, 127, 134, 103. Fifteen Altoona crews holding 12 hours. Enola Train Crews first to go after 11 a. m.: 127, 165, 134. 137, 156, 153, 154, 160, 126. 135. Seven Altoona crews holding 12 hours. engineers lor lzti, 134. Firemen for 121, 134, 142, 159. Conductor for 154. Brakemen for 125, 136, 144. 153. 162, 166, Engineers ud: Gill. Fasnacht. I.inrter- man, 'irostle. Crane, Vest, Bonsell, Morris, Candy. Firemen up: McNaight. Kline. Hoff man, Bubb, Messimer, Sitland, Coover, Burd, Crain. Conductors up: Henry, Wilt, Hall. Brakemen up: Kline, Blessing, McClure. Hirrlsburr Side. Yard Board Eneineers for la, 20B. Firemen for 13B, 29B, 25B. Last brakeman out. Buffinston. Engineers ud: Arnold. Norton. Clemm. Cessna, uriggies, hneesley. - riremen up: Hoover, Books, Boskey, Walters. Shelley, Atticks, Ichler, McCann, Moser, Charleston, Pusker, Camp. Enola Side, Yard Board Engineers up: Smith, Stoner, Pace, Shoop, Lutz, Seller. firemen ud: Miller, Askins. Sheesley- Wadsworth, Smith, Burgess, Hammaker, Lesh, Fedder, Purple, OwczaKk, Pretz, Miller, Nell. Last brakeman out, cox. Engineers for 9B, 11B, 1-1B, 3-1B, 4-1B, Firemen for 3B, 14B, 11B, 50B 16B, 3-2B, 3-1B, 30B. P. R. R. PASSENGER CREWS Philadelphia Division Engineers ud: Dohner. Sees. Cassell, Warfel. Engineers for 2 extras. No Phila.. or New York crews here. Firemen up: Gardner. Steffee. Krick. Gardner, Wilson, Murray, Witters, Lee, Weist, Spangeler. Firemen for 2 extras. No Phila.. or New York crews here. Conductors up: Ferree, Cole, Weaver, Miller, E. J. Deach. Tyler, Sener. Dim-mock, Markley, Weaver, Starner, Stanley. Brakemen up: Gibson, Shannon. Jones, Dunn, Wells, Hartman, H. L. Ritter, Rimel, Bestdder, Walak, Velter, Casey, Kuhns, Kitzmiller, Shaffer, Mattis, Grin-wood. Conductors for Pass. Extra, Adv-54. Baggagemaster for 54. Brakemen for Pass. Extra, Adv-54, 72. Middle Division Engineers up: Reeder, Snyder, Stephens, Sheesley, Simmons. Engineers for 3 extras. 3 Altoont extra crews here. Firemen up: Martin, Kyle, Sherlock, Eppley, Horting Royston. Firemen for 3 extras, 3 Altoona extra crews here. Conductors up: Albright, Mikle, Ritter. Cobaugh, Jrullmger, Donnelly. Brakemen up: R. Koller, Davidson, Sheest, Ogden, Steffler, Monaeco, Hicks, McDermott, E. Koller, UlodeK. Mills, Hepford. Lightner. Conductors for Pass. Extra, Z specials. Brakemen for Pass Extra 75, 2 Spe cials 81. ' VilllimDort Division Engineers UP: Lehman, Fritz, Grimm. Eng neers wanted at Hbg. pass. Extra, at Enola 751, 762, 766. 768. Firemen up: Prank, Harrold. Ray. Firemen wanted at Hbg., Pass Extra, at Enola 576. Conductors un: steltzer. Shmman. Hat ter, Hall, Wsgner Gamble. Wayne, Mal-lick. Herrold. Showers, Cooper. Brakemen up: Keister, Stuck, Kelly, Garman, Schminsky. Dewees, Hoverter, Miller, Grissinger, Truup, uamnie, trice. Baggagemasters tor su, i, 30. Brakemen for 571. 633. 581, 575. Baltimore Division Conductors up: Huck. Myers. Bittner, Welty, Wagner, Liririick. Flowers. Sherk. Brakemen up: Yone. Hartman, Bauer. Gerhart, Henry, Cobourn, Erney, Welty. Conductors for Pass. Extra. Adv-534. Brakemen for Pass. Extra, Adv-554, 562, THE BEADING Engineers un: Grimes, Anders, Royston Ensminger, Wolfensberger. Avison. War ner. Smith, Brubaker, Forney. Hand. Firemen up: Stover, Henry. Folk, Stack- house. Albright, Ford. Kauliman. Conductor up: Snyder. Brakemen up: Gunther. Wagner. I Prayers for Servicemen Special . prayer services for servicemen will be held tomorrow evening at 7.45 o'clock at the Progress Church of God, The guest speaker will be Lt. Col. Wellington Searls, of the New Cumber land Army Reception Center. Mrs. Mae Hoerner, former. State president of War Mothers, will be guest soloist. ULCERS COLITIS ACID STOMACH dut to hyreldlty b auiotly ntttnt by a revolutionary DRUGLE8S arasvstlas knm ai V.M, Part vaaatibli marttr eomaounded I tablet term. Eaiy ana alaaMnt to take. Na drugs at any kind. Prevldee stomae ana actini Intwtlnai wlta Broteetta Hnlnt af table mueln, asatlns aver Inflamoe tttrfaces ana retaetlna tkew aialnit exeese itoaiaek aclda and Irrltatinf toed reulbaaee, tkua Mn In. ff animations a thane to heal. Leadlne doctors and kosaltals aav aanauneeel amailni raw Its fram tkis retaratiaa, wbiek was heretofore nolo) mly h physician's areserlttiea. No aa sola here. Coma la today tor a bottle ef IM tablets, rioa I3.0O. M Iren-elod ajaaay-aaek luarantoa. Trial ilia far tab- $1.00. DE-LITE HEALTH STORE 302 Chestnut Street NEW kind of ASPIRIN tablet doesn't upset stomach not irritate or npset stomach after repeated doses. Ttd t Teor this evt to remind you to get Superin today, so you can have it on hand when headaches, colds, etc., strike. See how quickly it relieves 'pain how fine you feel after taking. At your druggist's, lit and 39'. WnWTOefceJti lvY V BeM4 ahlMeAMfalaaf Rome Gay, Sad In Nazi Defeat By United Press ROME, May 8. Reaction to end of the war in Europe was both gay and sober in Rome. Allied troops who knew they had fought and won whooped it up hilariously. Italian citizens who knew their nation had been on the wrong side, gravely pondered the future. Celebrations began at mid-afternoon yesterday when the bells of St. Peter's and other churches rang for victory and sirens sounded the "all clear" signal for many minutes. By night, nrincinal streets were jammed with happy Allied service men parading and shoutine "when do we go home?" and "Hirohito, here we come. A large crowd of Romans srath- ered before radio loud speakers in Pia2izo Venezia after a mistaken announcement that Prime Minister Churchill would sneak at 6 d. m Later they heard Italian Premier Ivanoe Bonomi exult in the "vic tory which has destroyed forever the monstrous dream of German domination over the world. . . " A larger than usual number of Komans gathered in the restaurants but there was little hilarity. Officers Are Selected By Goodwill Firemen The Goodwill Fire Company last night elected Blake 'Anderson as president at a meeting In the fire house. Other officers are: Vice-president, James Russell, reording secretary, W. T. Manahan; financial secre tary, Joseph M. Erb; treasurer. M. Hoffman; trustees, S. Mc- Collum, H. M. Treas and W. Bo-land; captain, C. Anderson;, first lieutenant, E. Peters; second lieutenant, A Daugherty; delegates to Firemen's Relief Union, J. W. Smith, J. M. Erb and W. Taylor; Firemen's Union, C. Anderson, v. M. Erb, and A. Kaile; delegates to State Firemen's Association, S. McCollum; delegates to Dauphin County Association, C. Naugle, R. Filling; delegates to Cumberland Valley Association, R. Filling, E. Holmes and E. Peters; delegates to Southeastern Firemen's Association, C. Anderson, E. Peters; delegates to the Coffee Association, C. Anderson, E. Holmes and R. Holmes; safety committee, M. Hoffman, H. F. Treas, A. Russell, C. Miller and W. Boland, chaplain, Charles A Fray. SEGREGATION CENTER Indiantown Gap Military Reserva tion has been designated as a Pri mary Segregation Center for repairing and repacking specialized equip ment for the Third Service Com mand and the Military District of Washington. AT CAPIAN'S . ANOTHER SHIPMENT PEN and PENCIL SETS $ (q) .75 PLUS i0 FED. TAX ON PENCIL OTHER PRICED the popular price ranges! 19 Naturally, quantities are Mimited, so gt' yours now includes 20 X and save disappointment FED. tax , if ' later. "You'll be sorry" y J7 " A IX sharp today-at - Service on Both Pen ' S.'"; ,7 l"irSI' and Pencil k Guaranteed N sv v ' p QJY not for Yean, not , xX;v v 0 . pvihw- S: war GUARANTEED FOREVER BONDS! Twelve Divorce Suits Started in Local Courts Twelve divorce suits were started in the Dauphin County Court yesterday. The principals in the suits and the grounds charged are: ' Mrs. Emma I. Greene against Ralph E. Greene, Buffalo, cruelty, indignities and desertion; Mrs Naomi Johnston Green against Albert D. Green, 1333 James street, indigities and cruelty; Mrs. Myrtle B. Pucci, 1338 Herr street, against Antonio Pucci, Philadelphia, deser tion; Mrs. Myrle H. Kashner against Charles Albert Kashner, Camp Bowie, Texas, cruelty and indigni ties; Mrs. Daisy Dobler against Harry E. Dobler, FPO, New York City, indignities; Myron R. Sterner against Mrs. Florence H. Sterner, 568 Woodbine street, indignities; Mrs. Evelyn M. Wismer against Harry O. Wismer, Philadelphia, de sertion; Mrs. Zola M. Ilgenfritz against Carlton E. Ilgenfritz, 1921 Bellevue road, cruelty and Indigni ties; Mrs. Gloria O. Temple against Harold L. Temple, Mevillle, R. I., desertion; Frank V. Salerno against Mrs. Irene Salerno, 268 Briggs street, cruelty and indignities; Henry J. Miller against Mrs. Lettie J. Miller. R. D. 1, Mobile, Ala., cruelty and indignities; Mrs. Helen L. McCain against Booker T. McCain, Camden, N. J. Judge Rupp approved the recom mendation of a master for a divorce for Mrs. Winifred Watts Schryver, 151 South Eighteenth street, from Ralph Lee Schryver, Milroy, on the grounds of indignities. Capt. Schaller Serves At Air Base in China Capt. Stanley C. Schaller, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Schaller, 1027 Rolleston street, is in charge of the technical supply department of an air base in France. A grad uate of Franklin and Marshall College, he was employed by the Bur roughs Adding Machine Company here when he entered the service in January, 1942. He has been overseas since October, 1943. Real Estate Transfers Realty transfers recorded in the Courthouse yesterday were: Edwin R. Greene to Elmer T. BoU, 2101 Walnut street: Alice M. Miller to Ethel E. Johnson, 227 Yale street; heirs of William J. Reeves to Clara I. Saunder, tract along Pennsylvania Canal, High-soire: heirs of Christian W. Groff to John M. Krizak, Jr., dwelling at Miller street and the Jonestown road. Lower Paxton Township. Central Trust Company to Nannie A. Jones and others. 528 Good street, Swatara Township: John W. Gar-berictf to John H. Ames, 1434 Berryhill street; Jesse F. Deckert to S. S. Johnson, two tracts in Susquehanna Township; H. H. Lenker to Paul J. Smith, 115 acres along Stony Creek, Middle Paxton Township. Steelton Bank and Trust Company to Harold Kelchner. 11 South Front street, Steelton, $1800; George Hoffman to Anna Duralja, 664 North Second street, Steelton; heirs of U. Grant Smith to Michael E. Houser, 1113 Penn street; heirs of U. Grant Smith to Lillian Deianey, 1112 Penn street; Mary McNamara to John W. Adams, lot in Broad street, near Water. Williamstown, $900; Isaac J. Cole to Ethel E. Cole, dwelling along Spring street. East Wiconisco; trustees of the Miners and Merchants Bank. Williamstown, to Arthur A. Boyer, lot along Pottsville street, Williams Township, $1600; William H. Nelson to Walter Lamont, bungalow along mountain road. Middle Paxton Township; heirs of W. D. Mowery to James L. Young. 1721 Penn street. "jw y Weve dne f J We've just re- ' y A df reived a new sfiin- SETS f J ment of Eversharp TO 'A pen and Pencil sets in Derry St. Church Burns Mortgage The Rev. Harry W. Zechman, pastor of Derry Street United Brethren Church, was in charge of a special service at the church Sunday evening, when a mortgage, representing a debt of $23,500 made in 1939' when the church was renovated, was burned. Elmer C. Finkenbinder, president of the board of trustees, burned the mortgage, and the Rev. Dr. David E. Young, conference superintendent, spoke on "'The Church's Battle." Among the guests were the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Shoop, missionaries to China for many years, who recently returned to this city to make their home. NAME CHANGE APPROVED The Dauphin County Court has authorized, the Associated General Contractors of America, Pennsylvania Branch, with offices at 200 Pine street, to change its name to the Associated General Contractors of America, Pennsylvania Builders Branch. Malceeasyworkof wasMaytul)biii Get whiter clothes wifh far less nibbing Of soap and time pile up a saving Let SoiLAxdo yonrweeKly slaving Get SOILAX at Hardware.Palnt, Variety and Department store Bcvnonict Lobar tcrf, lncn St.TmO, Mim ? jWf i r I

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