Elizabeth Lillis Moran obituary, Pittston Gazette, 2 June 1939
- OF PITTSTON TWP., CLAIMED BY DEATH Mrs. Robert Moran, a lifelong resident of this community, died at 3 o'clock this morning at the family home, 541 Broad street, Cork Lane, four months after she had submitted submitted to an operation at Pittston Hospital. Hospital. Mrs. Moran's condition had been such during the succeeding weeks that there was much anxiety about her condition for she never regained her health. Deceased was the former Eliza beth Llllis, of Browntown, daughter of the late Patrick and Nora Lillis, early settlers In that section of Pittston Township. She was a member of St. John the Evangelist R. C. Church and the Altar and Rosary Society. Surviving are her husband, one son and one daughter: Robert, Jr., and Mary Lou:se; two sisters, Mrs. John Hogan, of this city; Anna Lulls, Lulls, principal of the TVoodrow Wilson Wilson School, Cork Lane; two broth ers. James, of Pittston, and Daniel. of Avoca. The funeral will be Monday morning. HERSHEY SIGNS OPEN SHOP AGREEMENT Hershey, Pa., June 2. The Her - shey Chocolate Corporation announced announced today it had signed an open shop agreement with the AFL Bakery and Confectionery Workers' Union effective for a year and until until cancelled by either party. The contract fixes wage minima of 60 cents an hour for men and 45 cents an hour for women. It establishes establishes a 44 - hour week, overtime to be paid at the rate of time and a half. Disputes arising under the contract contract must be nettled by arbitration, decision of the mediators to be final. Employes with service of a year or more will receive a two - week vacation with SO hours pay.