robert w hake, so of william hake
day Robert W. Hake Killed By Distressing Accident Claimed Life of East ilton Boy On Thursday Night. Robert Walter Hake, 10, son *f William Hake, 318 North Shuler avenue, wu killed instantly at 7:30 p. m. Thursday when a Chalfant jitney bus, driven by Frederick Chalfant, 17, 103 Grand boulevard, struck the lad M he fell from a "push mobile" beneath the wheels the bus. Chalfant was released late Thnrs- day under $2,000 bond on a warrant charging manslaughter. Coroner Edward Cook will'con- duct an inquest Saturday, October 6 "I have not yet formed an opinion of the case," Coroner Cook said today, " the inquest will brimr out- story." Chalfant Not Responsible Police report that Chalfant strained all human efforts to prevent accident. The officers repor; that Chalfant was not responsible the accident. The Hake lad and three of Hi 1 companions were riding "pushmo- biles" on Shuler avenue. Walter fell from his "ride" while in of his residence. His body was thrown beneath the wheels of ths bus. The bus was going north or, Shuler avenue.- Chalfant applied the brakes, but too late--the of the bus had passed over the youth's chest. He died instantly. Walter''was a member of the Guardian Angel society of St. Veronica!/ church. He attended St. Veropica's school and was one oi the most popular members of his class. Besides the -parents, three brothers brothers and two sisters survive. Funeral Funeral services will be held from residence Monday at 8 a. m. 8:30 a. m. from St. Veronica's church. Burial will be in St. Stephen's Stephen's cemetery.