James Langan succomombs to injuries car accident

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James Langan succomombs to injuries car accident - Three Deaths Follow Sunday Two Dunmore Men Who...
Three Deaths Follow Sunday Two Dunmore Men Who Figured in Accident With Trolley Succumb; John Neary, Carbon - dale Constable, Dies of Fractured Skull Three of the victims of automobile mishaps in this vicinity on Sunday died yesterday in the State hospital. They are: . Charles Stevens, 128 Bloom street, Dumore; John, Neary, 65 River street, Carbondale, and James Langan, 34, 315 North Apple street, Dunmore. Stevens and Langan incurred their injuries when an automobile operated by the former crashed headon into a street car on East Drinker street, Dunmore, Dunmore, on Sunday night. Stevens succumbed succumbed at 9:15 o'clock last night and Langan at 4 o'clock yesterday morning. Neary, who wasi constable of the Second ward, in Carbondale, died yesterday yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock of a fractured skull. An automobile in which he was riding went down an embankment near Hop Bottom on Sunday night. The driver of the machine machine was Angelo Cardamon, Pike street, Carbondale, who escaped with minor injuries. A front tire is re ported to have blown out, causing the Nearv's Survivors Neary's body has been removed to nis late home by Funeral Director w. J. McHale. Besides his mother, Mrs. Anna M. Neary, he leaves a sister, Mrs. Arthur Nolan, Scranton; four brothers, Stanley, Leo, Eugene and Bayard, the latter director of athletics at Carbondale High school. Mr. Neory succeeded his father, the late Edward J. Neary. as constable of the Second ward in the Pioneer city and recently was re - elected. He also had been engaged engaged in the insurance business. Langan is survived by his father. Michael; four sisters, Mrs. Paul Walsh, Mrs. William Jordan, Alice and Catherine, Catherine, and two brothers, Joseph, Perm's Grove, N. J., and Gerald. The funeral will be held on Thursday morning from the late home. A requiem mass will be sung in St. Mary's church, Dunmore, at 9:30 o'clock. Interment will be in Mount Carmel cemetery. Stephens is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Stephens, Dunmore. William Ferguson, 22, Blakely street, Dunmore, the third victim of the auto - street car crash, is reported fair at - the hospital. He incurred a fractured leg. Four other persons were injured in automobile mishaps yesterday. - Mr. and Mrs. Sandy BuselH, 208 Chestnut street, Dunmore, and Edward Visotosky, 20, 231 Delman street, Throop, were injured yesterday afternoon afternoon in a collision between a truck and an automobile in the 1400 block of Electric street, Dunmore. BuselH was driving west on Electric street and Joseph Visotosky, brother (Continued on Last Page) Large Turnout Is Anticipate At G.O.P. Rally Meeting on Thursday Night for Mrs. Scran - ' ton and Kegular lie' publican Candidates,' Voters from all sections of the county are expected to crowd Town hall on Thursday night of this week for the rally arranged in the - f Interest SENATOR JAMES 'J. DAVIS of Mrs. Marion Margery Scranton, seeking re - election as state committee - woman, and the candidates for state office who have the backing of the regular Republican organization. General Edward Martin, Republican state chairman, will accompany the state candidates here for the meeting, and will be among the speakers. United States Senator James J. Davis, who heads the regular slate, will also address the rally, as will Auditor General General Charles A.. Waters', unopposed for the Republican nomination for state treasurer; former Lieutenant Governor Arthur H. James, candidate for superior superior court judge; Senator Frank Baldwin, Baldwin, Potter county, candidate for auditor general, and Attorney Adrian I 1 v rA J

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  1. The Scranton Republican,
  2. 19 Apr 1932, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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