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Activity For City Offices Although Hazleton political leaders leaders are reticent to is.-sue.any is.-sue.any is.-sue.any statement statement relative to slates to be placed in the field for the September primaries, primaries, individual activity shows every sign of a large and spirited list of office seekers. Ralph Gitz and Henry Reed are seeking reelection reelection as councilmen. Backers of John Vowler want him to enter the race for treasurer and reports have Ellsworth Miller and several others seeking the post to which Harry Leuthold seeks re-election. re-election. re-election. Frank Uzmann, city traffic officer, officer, has his petitions out for this office. , The city school board fighfwhich has petitions already out for William William Steele may not see Dr. Fred R. Seidel or Andrew Leib-seek Leib-seek Leib-seek reelection reelection with Mr. Steele, it was stated today. Among those who have taken out petitions are: George A. Schwartz, Hazleton, city commissioner; Harry F. Leuthold, Hazleton, city treasurer; treasurer; Charles Brown, Hazleton, city treasurer; Milo Serfa, Hazleton, Hazleton, city council; Emory Shanno, Freeland, for judge of, election; Henry Schrader, West Hazleton, for judge of election; Frank Fierro, Hazleton, for alderman; James Goldsworthy, Hazleton, for alderman; alderman; Pauline Evansha, Hazleton, 'for school director; and John Nen-ateil, Nen-ateil, Nen-ateil, West Hazleton, alderman.