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Daily News Standard (Newspaper) - July 22, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania CURRENT THE WEATHER Partly cloudy tonight and Tu e o d a y probably local thunder show ers Tuesday an d near Lake Brie tonight Laid Off at 40 Puzzling for Trouble Laid off at is a phrase that you will probably hear repeated good many the next few years It represents one of the big problems raised In problem thai this generation mast solye if we are to come even close to justifying our belief that America is the best 01 countries in which to live For to be laid off at forty is the fate o increasing numbers of American Business and industry having taken lo machinery mass production and high pressure tactics generally are hitting an ever higher pace requires mon Middle ago in the eyes ot many employers is not the period of greatest ness period of declining Dowers In addition machines are continually displacing their jobs and this likewise means that young men get the call and that the middle-aged man Is not wanted Stuart Chase who has proven self as clear-eyed an observer modern Industrial trends as any man In the country declares In the July Harpers Magazine that we seem to be headed for an ever greater efficiency at an ever greater man cost and adds that a more truly damnable apportionment of the human costs of Industry ills difficult to Imagine Conditions will worse he warns unless the nation as a whole sets itself to remedy matters Arid declares that President Hoover supported by public opinion and a willing Congress could go far to remedy matters According lo Mr THE PAPER THAT GOES INTO THE HOMES FINAL EDITION HIM WATER MUK 23.171 NO 187 PA MONDAY EVENING JULY 22 1929 TWO GENTS One Dead In Car Crash Man's Back Broken Pal NEW CENTRAL CHURCH PASTOR HERE SEPT 1 The Rev W H of Conn will assume the pastorate of the Central Christian church on September i according to u message received from him day The new Central Christian church pastor Is a native of Braddock Pa and at tho time ot entering military service In the World War was at Canton 6 He been pastor of the Christian church nt Conn since December 1925 Joseph 21 years old 6 Prospect street was fatally Injure and David D Hodman 58 of S Bierer avenue wan slightly hur about morning when a mo tor car on Pennsylvania and the auto in which they wers rid ing collided on the crossing at Hog setts Cut died about o'clock in the hospita from a broken neck J Maust the foreman of th track gang had two teeth knocke out by the Impact but was able continue his duties Foreman S J Maust riding on th car which was going north stated that he observed the auto com ing east at a high rate of speed brought the railroad car to a stop a the white line The auto is Bald t have hit the front end ot the ban car knocking it from the track Th auto then veered off and went ove FEET HURT HERE'S RELIEF 1 Drs Freeman Mitchell will bo In heir office Bldg Room 720 July 23rd and 24th Tuesday and 7 20 SPECIALS J J Michael's Infants and Children's Shop All Dresses Coats and Booties off regular price Special lot of wool vests and binds at 40 cents We have everything for baby's comfort J J Michael's Infants Shop 55 South 1 Continued on page eight St Louis Robin Passes 200 Hr Mark In Flight By United Press ST LOUIS July Tho St Louis Robin monoplane soared on toward a new endurance record day undisturbed by the failure of tho Missouri Robin to stand tho pace The Missouri Robin hi a sister ship The St Louis Robin passed its ninth day In the air at a fin Central Standard time The Missouri Robin had been up 117 hours The St Louis Robin passed hour at a m Us GOING UP Today 2 p High for 24 Low temperature 60 Uniontown Laundry Co 34 Jefferson Street Next to Bridge 24 H OUR SERVICE Driver will call and deliver all family flat pieces washed and Ironed ready to use at per pound Telephone 7 8 tt A GROWING INSTITUTION THE UNIONTOWN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY South East Corner Main and PREPARED TO TAKE CARE OF ANY BUSINESS CONSISTENT WITH SOUND BANKING ON SAVINGS MODEM TRUST SERVICE RESERVE Russian Troops Raid Manchuria Two Ships Taken By United Press PEKING July 22 Unconfirmed reports today and ed that Russian troops were crossing into Manchuria The reports failed to state at what point the Soviet forces were making Send the Uniontown Pike Work Started In Two Weeks Men To Get Jobs Said their alleged advance Into territory Chinese TOKIO July Dento News Agency dispatches from bin stated that two Continued oti page fire Aged Man tound Murdered In Their Home The invitation of the Pittsburgh baseball club to the ette Post drum and bugle corps to attend the double header at Forbes Field next Saturday should be accepted If there is any possible way to secure for the members of the corps employed In local business places this should be fully done by employers There is an opportunity here to ad- vertise Uniontown in a very striking way Saturday will see the of the Welcome Home Week accorded the Pirates by Western Pennsylvania baseball fans The double header will be followed by a Legion Junior pionship game In which unbeaten team gets a chance to move up to the state finals It will be a special Uniontown Day at the ball park The stands will be Jammed with thousands of sports fans men and women from all parts of Western Pennsylvania Un- crack drum and bugle corps can give a drill on the diamond between games an Interval of IB minutes being provided by league rules This would show off the to tremendous advantage before a gathering of people who would have a higher opinion of what Fayette county's big little city stands for By all means let's arrange for the drum and bugle corps to go to Pittsburgh Saturday EVERY MAN IN LINE It's a great opportunity to boost Uniontown and must not be overlooked The News Standard has two employes In the corps It will gladly give them the day off for this purpose Who's Man Arrested Deep In Mine For a Slaying By United Press BARBOURVILLE Ky July An aged man and his wife were found murdered in their home today victims of robbers James Foreman and his wife May shot in the head and their heads have kept heir By United Press a0 of was of money In NEWS STANDARD SCRIBE IN 1900 VISITS IN CITY Frank S Standard eporter In and his wife are visiting In the east and stopped off In today for a shert hello with friends Farquhar is postmaster at on Cal He worked on The News when O J Sturgls and T S wore In charge of the paper's Hairs Their headquarters here today were t Joe Elizabeth street They ft during the day for Washington C but will return to ater for a one week sojourn Pittsburgh Auto Crash Kills Grindstone Man ly Injured today when his automo- with a truck In the South Hills district of Pittsburgh His wife Mrs Hartley 30 who wag In the car with her husband was critically Injured They wore taken to the Mercy pital where Hartley died at noon UNIONTOWN MAN IS HONORED AT FORT HOYLE MD FORT HOYLE MD July H Oates 121 South Mt ernon avenue Uniontown was red yesterday in being chosen the four color guards in the ng parade of the field artillery Military training camp ment is in his fourth year at C T C camps and if he successfully completes the present course he will he commissioned as a second ant of Held artillery In the reserve corps of the United States army Uniontown has one other young man In the camp Glenn L Williams 16 Frank avenue He is taking the second year course Both Oates and Williams are signed to Battery F C M T C The Mother Battery of this outfit Battery Sixth field artillery Un- States army paraded In more before President Hoover j eral Gouraud and others in the bow division parade last Monday Four Local People Hurt In Collision FAYETTE T T ANNUAL FLOWER SHOW SEPT Tho second annual Fayette Title and Trust company flower show will be held September 5 and 6 it was announced today by tho bank's of- will bo awarded for dahlias gladioli asters mixed baskets of and annuals Announcements are being Issued to all who intend to enter with tho advice that now is tho time to plant the seeds that will grow Into prize winners ANNUAL PICNIC WAS HELD YESTERDAY WARREN N J July Pa people were hurt day when their car crashed Into a truck on the Port Colden bridge Tlle outing of over the Delaware river None was No of Uniontown was seriously hurt I rt yesterday at the Keystone The proceeds ot the affair used for tho benefit ot a tions about the face and head and his daughter Louise and Mrs A lombo and daughter Rose The ter three received cuts about the body The party was returning from erson N J All were rushed to a Phillipsburg N J hospital Charged with being for the death of Howard Robinson 37 ot Palmer Robert Johnson Pal mer negro Saturday in the Edenborn miles from the He is being held in thi Uniontown police station pending Robinson died at his home Satur day morning presumably of lockjaw It also developed that he had tured skull This latter information was obtained at a autopsy Continued pace eight Robbers Take From Athletic Club By United Press PITTSBURGH July 22 forcing their way into the Pittsburgh Athletic Association two armed Its early today held up King a maid the cash register ot in cash in cheiks They escaped through a rear door but worn caught a few by Edward Reynolds They gave their names as Joseph Joseph and Tony both of tho district of burgh Mother Drops Dead As Cops Seek Her Son STOLEN Ford roadster engine No 13306474 at Royal mine Thursday July 18 Reward of 25 will paid British To Be Baby Auto Made At Butler school in Greek which will bo opened this week at the Salvation Army hall under the auspices of the lodge GARAGE PICNIC PLANS COMPLETED By Press NEW July of the financing of the new British baby Austin car which Is to be tured at Butler Pa will be made lie neit Monday Samuol H Vallance of the firm said day The British low priced car has the backing of several prominent can financiers Fairbanks Pa Ths Uniontown Laundry Co 34 BriOM AND wiu on all brought in and called for Old prices still prevail whM Mr trucks call for and Hw TI LAST WEEK COOLER THAN ONE YEAR AGO the same period In 1928 Mercury's high last week was SS on the A year ago mercury rose to 81 on the 20th Low for the past week was on the 20th In comparison lo 57 on the 15th a year ago Jain a trace rf precipitation was recorded last week A year ago was record The largest In Paris the tit the Plans for the Uniontown Automo- tive Association picnic to bo held July 30 at the Oaks Ice's Ferry are being perfected and tickets are able from all members ot the com- in charge Tho committee consists of Paul Seaman president of the association Turner Auto company Harry Long chairman of the picnic committee Mitchell and Long company D P Beamer of Motor Square Charles Vetters Automotive ment U V McGinnis Central Auto company and James Fearer All shops garages stores and show j rooms In which automobile ments are on display or sold will be closed that day Seized with nn of heart ure yesterday ns officers sought her son Roy on a ot operating an automobile with an illegal license Mrs Cora Lewis 51 of Corinth W Va who was visiting at tho home of her daughter Mrs May of died before a cian could bo called At tho time of her death the officers wore ing a search In the neighborhood for Roy It was claimed that Lewis had been operating his car on a 1927 cense plate and had not been ed until yesterday when Constable Walter Brown and Corporal A C Fasolas ot the State Highway patrol appeared Joseph Grayhouse com- ot Lewis was operating his machine on found or stolen license plates the officers allege Within a few minutes after the of- had inquired nt the home for Roy Mrs Lewis who had been sitting in a rocking chair on tho front porch slipped down In her chair and Continued oa five Construction ot the new pike will start within two it was ed today Local labor will be ployed by both the Georges company which lias the contract to build the pike from the city limits to the Turkey's Nest and the Construction com- pany which will grade and drain a road bed from tlie Turkey's Nest to near the Summit J B Williamson ot the son company told the Dally News Standard today lie would have his Continued Negro Lodge Still Brews Court Cases Clifford Hill Butler street a ior of the Negro chapter of the Benevolent and Protective ot Iks of the World was held for conn ast week by Alderman Robert V Wright on charges of assault sod lattery and aggravated assault and lattery preferred by G Wellington secretary of the order Hill was arrested last Tuesday Ight when the lodge was thrown Into turmoil because of the charges made by McClure as secretary of the rder Tho secretary was asked by ho presiding officer If all present entitled to sit in the lodge on fire UNIONTOWN CENTER STUDENT SUCCEEDS IN CLEVELAND OHIO H K Kulp Center engineering student is with the American Steol Wire company at Cleveland and has forged his way from cinder pit man which Is hot work and very hard to assistant He has set a record for co-operative students He had worked as a cinder pit man only one day when his ability tive and energy were so that when the assistant etn left he was called into the of- fice by the superintendent to take hia place He states that he lasted nine days and then found himself back In tho mill helping to run tests on a new air heater Eight other from flic town Center are doing co-op work in various parts of tho country MRS Mrs Alva wife of Judge of Baltimore Md and MM E H of Pittsburgh wero the weekend guests of the sister Mrs Maude of the National pike west RETURNS HOME W K Jordan manager of Kresge's and family returned yesterday from an IS days motor trip to Duluth Chicago and at Ife a trip on while at WRIGHT CO 23 Uniontown a vital fer TMI todays Standard Set paft
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