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and eave I had difficulty his in the had to the But thero voice, to me should be but that I face "I you want the Girls to PFLANZER QUITS AS F/fcE CHIEF Acceptance of the resignation of William J. Pflanzer, veteran Lebanon fire chief, the appointment W. H. Fullsertu as ins successor, and tho adoption oÂ£ an ordinance regulating the closing bourn for local dispensers of beer .and intoj- icaling liquor, fealured village council's first meeting of the new year at Lebanon Tuesday night. Pflanzer a nativft oÂ£ Hamilton retires after a service of 37 years with tho Lebanon department. The last 25 years he has been its chief. The selection of Mr. Fulkerth was announced by the mayor and tiic appointment confirmed by council. Fulkerth, a former county sheriff, has served ae captain of Orient Fire company for the last several years. An ordinance regulating the closing hours for cafes and other establishments selling beer or liquor within the corporation rules they must close from midnight to 5:30 o'clock in the morning on week days. An emergency ordinance providing for expenses u n t i l April wits proposed. Mayor Oilmour announced the following council committee appointments for 1935: fire committee, Dunham and Schwartz; street committee, Gilchrist and Dunham; light committee, Dilatush a n d Abbott; building c o m m i t Schwartz and Abbott; finance committee, Schilling and Abbott; police committee, Wilatush and Gilchrisl. Dr. Frank A. Dilatush was reelected president pro tern of council for 1935.