Edwin Wentz and Frances May
JEST 11 IE 3 PI MI lit Coroner Will Hear Testimony in Deaths of Edwin Wentz and Francis May Dr. W. J. Shoemaker, Clinton coroner, will hold an in- quest this afternoon into the death; Edwin G. Wcntz, 18. and Fran- cis C. May, 15, killed last Wednes- day by an aulomobile. Jesse L. Yojie, Jersey Shore, is charged wilh involunlary man- be'slaughter. Dr. Shoemaker could not state morning whether Miss Ida Shaffer injured in the a ccidont would be able to testify. Her con- dition may be such that she wil: not be permitted to be present. Tentative jurors selected at nuor. today were Oicar P. Kreamcr, Johc Robert H. Lauth and John Blake. Two others will be ob- t.-iincd by Dr. Shoemaker bcfon three o'clock.