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in the disgusted 105 the the plans. teeth OF 6 Children's much she case it Roberta a treat foster-parents, wife, An their and information Roberta be taken arrival. snatching the covers from the boy's bed. : , Dog Discovers Fire in House At Wormleysburg; 16 Sleepers Unharmed Barking furiously, his heavy tawny body pounding through hallways hallways as he sprinted to warn his human friends, a German police dog was instrumental in arousing sixteen sleeping persons early this morning when fire broke out in the apartment house of . W. Scott Coble, Wormleysburg. 'Mastering the fear of fire inherent inherent in dogs, Fritzie, an unusually unusually intelligent member of an intelligent breed, supplemented his barking by snatching bedclothes from slumbering forms with long, glistening teeth, and continued his heroic work until all the occupants had left the building. The pungent odor of smoke, symbolic of the danger he recognized recognized but ' could not fathom, awakened the dog shortly before 7 o'clock. Several frenzied leaps carried carried him to the bed where his master, master, Jack Coble, 14, was asleep. He pulled the bed covers off the youth and then tugged at his night clothing, clothing, almost dragging him from the bed. The animal then ran into ' the bedroom of Mr. and Mrs. Coble, whom he awakened by barking and tugging at their bed clothing. Coble and his son made their way through the smoke-filled smoke-filled smoke-filled halls to the door of the basement, which they found a mass of flames. While Jack and the barking dog hurried through the apartment house, arousing the other occu- occu- Turn to Page Thirteen Argument Over Quoit Game Ends in Slabbing Arthur Braxton, 20 years old, a negro, of Edgemont, was admitted to the Harrisburg Hospital this afternoon suffering from severe stab wounds inflicted during an argument over a quoit game this afternoon. State police arrested Kenneth Lester, 21 years old, a negro, also of Edgemont, who will be given a hearing before Justice of the Peace S. P. Lerch, of Pen-brook, Pen-brook, Pen-brook, on a charge of felonious assault with intent to kill. Capitol to Be Closed From April 14 to 18 All executive departments of the State Capitol will be closed from Thursday evening, April 14, to Monday morning, April 18, it was announced late this afternoon. The holiday period will cover Good Friday Friday and Easter; $60000 Estate Left To Widow in Trust ' By United Prett PITTSBURGH, April 4. An estate estate of more than $600,000 was left in trust to his widow, Anna A. Moorehead, in the will of John M. Moorehead, Jr., filed for probate today. In the event of her death the estate goes to three children.