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From: "The Ballou Family" <>
Subject: [PA-LAC] April 1930
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 17:17:08 -0500


April 1930
1- Ben Gilbert succeeded A.J. Bailey as captain of Scranton's detective
bureau.
Rt. Rev. S. Szpotanski, pastor S. Mary's Polish church, Dickson City,
robed as
monsignore.
2- R.J. Lindsey, Adams Ave. held up and robbed of $1,165 in cash and
jewelry.
3- Mr. And Mrs. Frank E. Greener, Prescott Ave., observed golden wedding
anniversary.
6- Rev. John F. Carroll, assistant priest at St. Rose church, Carbondale,
died.
7- Very Rev. J. V. Hussie, pastor of St. Paul's Church, invested with robes
of
monsignore.
8- Thomas Francis remained country (sic) superintendent of schools at
convention of
directors.
Dr. John H. Dyer renamed head of Scranton schools; salary increased
from $6,500 to
$7,500.
10- United States navy dirigible, Los Angeles, visited Scranton.
Moses Taylor hospital awarded diplomas to 17 nurses.
Louis L. Farber, member of Scranton Fire department for 25 years, died.
14- John Samka, Taylor, killed at Pyne mine.
15- Ernest Johnson, 22 Throop, killed at Price-Pancoast mine.
18- Rev. Richard Pascoe, retired M.E.church clergyman, died at Hahnemann
hospital,
aged 76.
William Stocokas, 38, Clarke St. electrocuted at Leggett's Creek mine.
21-W. P. Boland sold 1,471 acres of land on Elmhurst boulevard, originally
intended for
city-owned water plant, to Scranton-Spring Brook Water Service Co.
Dr. N. C. Mackey died at home in Waverly, aged 81.
22- Fred V. Hartzell, 56, well known Scranton business man, died.
23- Dr. William A,. Ryan, 44, died at Mercy hospital
Bernard Gaughan, 30, Olyphant, killed at Grassy shaft.
24- Henry McCrea, So. Scranton, Killed at National mine.
25- Annual ball of Scranton police at Col. L.A. Watres armory, attended by
11,000.
Fred E. Stone, 60, prominent business man, died at home on Clay Ave.



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