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THE READING TIM E S, READING, PA., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 2 3 1924 GLANCE Court guilty. Court and battery, guilty, with IMPOSED possessing liquor, $200 and pending good behavior for one sixty days. and selling liquor, $250 jail. of issuing worthless checks, payment of costs. $10 fine and costs. battery, $25 fine and costs had been in jail 72 days. guilty, pay costs and behavior. securing $50 on false pretense, restitution. West' Reading store and sent to the reformatory. to stealing three bunches of Walatkiewiez, pleaded guilty to garage at Spiingmont. aided in preventing escape jail. ' also paroled, his family expired. 7, in the case of Eddie sentence for aggravated assault Orphans' Court old offender, was sentenced ana costs, ms cuii.paanun and keep straight in the PAROLE TWO LIQUOR CASES LEFT ON COURT LIST Due to the many pleas of guilty and the speed with which the courts disposed of the remaining' cases, only two liquor charges remain on the docket for the September term of criminal court. Both are being held up pending appeals in other cases in which the defendants are concerned. Only 45 out of a total of 311 cases on the docket have been continued until September, and several of these have already been adjusted, so that by September the district attorney's office expects 'that less than thirty old cases will appear on the list. 161 ALIENS SEEK TO BECOME CITIZENS Courts to Pass on Applications This Morning The local courts will pass upon 161 applications for final papers in citizenship" citizenship" this morning at 1$ o'clock, and the ! session will be the largest ever held ' here. Relatively few women's names appear on the list. The applicants must appear In person with two witnesses at the time set. The petitioners follow: Giovanni Accordino, Joseh Adamr.zyk, Natale Aroroso. Peter Andreanos. Emi - dlo Anonelli, Robert Nick Apprich, Ig - nazlo Avola. Vlncenzo Antonucci, Carl ) Bachmanfi Theodore Belasosof. William I J. Bethas, Andrew Bialy, Laura Bick, Jerome Blnigno, Francesco Di Blasi, Ludwig Bllzniak. Germaine Y. Bloeh. Frank Gogasz, Oresto Gottiglierl. Stefan Boulanger, Joseph Brosch, James P. Burns. LOCAL FIREMEN ATTEND UNVEILING AT HARRISBURG Union and Marion Delegations, Accompanied by Two Bands, Aid in Ceremony Reading's fire department was well represented at Harrisburg Saturday, when the flame fighters of that city unveiled a large memorial monument amid great ceremonies. One hundred and twenty - five members of the Union company and more than 50 members of the Marions, both delegations delegations accompanied by bands, Journeyed Journeyed to the city and took part in the exercises. The Union delegation, headed by Captain Harry Ludwig, were the guests of the Mt. Vernon Hose Co. The O. of I. A. Band, of Shillington, accompanied this delegation when they left' early Saturday morning. The Marions were the guests of the Paxtang company. The Winona Band was part of this delegation, which also left Saturday morning. Both companies returned last evening evening about 7 o'clock. The trip to the capitol city was made in two special coaches attached to the regular regular trains. In Harrisburg the Reading firefighters firefighters took a prominent part tn the . unveiling. Following the exer cises, the firemen were guests at severel functions arranged in their honor. A clam bake and a trip up the Susquehanna were included in the entertainment. DEATHS In Reading OSCAR WENTZEL, 57; the effects of an injury to suffered in a fall several Friday at his home, 232 st. He was born in Wentzel was a member Castle, No. 51, Knights of Eagle, and the Order of Americans. He leaves his Ellen L. (Bowers) Wentzel. a stepson, William granddaughter, Florence two sisters. - Mrs. Annie Mrs. Elizabeth Eames, all Reading. x MAYME A. HORAN, Saturday afternoon at the uncle and aunt, Frank jeweler, and Mrs. Loeper, st. She was a member of Catholic Church. She leaves her uncle and sisters. Mrs. Charles Reading, and Vera A. Horan. California, and two brothers. Thomas Horan, of Ashland. LEROY PLANER, son and Alice Planer, died at Homeopathic hospital at 7 yesterday morning of diphtheria. 1 year, 5 months and 24 Besides the parents, a Margaret, survives. The take place this afternoon services at St. John's Gibraltar. Rev. J. V. Oeorge officiate. Undertaker Lutz charge of the funeral DEATHS In Berks and JOHN H. DEEDS,

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 23 Jun 1924, Mon,
  3. Page 14

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