Victim of Motor Accident Buried The funeral of Charles Neu. 926 Cedar avenue, well known South Scranton resident, whose death oc curred in the State hospital as a re sult of Injuries suffered on Christmas day when he was run down by an automobile near his home, took place yesterday afternoon. The Rev. Dr. Theodore F. Hahn, pastor of Hickory Street Presbyterian church, officiated at services in the home where hundreds hundreds of persons. Including a delega tion of Washington camp No. 430, P. O. S. of A., were present. Mrs, Jenkins and Dorothy Leonard - sang nymns at tne service. Burial was in Forest Hill cemetery, The casketbearers were: Oeorge Maus, Henry O. Engel, Walter Nape, J. Fred Schwenk. August Herman, and Peter Keuerman.