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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania THE MORNING HERALD UNIONTOWN UNITED FOR VOL 28 NO UNIONTOWN FAYETTB COUNTY TUESDAY AUGUST 6 1829 AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION LAST WEEK TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS I TW NEW PROSECUTOR MA Y BE POLICE EXPERTS PRESS New Zeppelin Eckener Plan Commander of Graf Announces Intention To Build Shorter Thicker and Faster Ship ftt The new ship the By Associated PresB N J Aug 5 Hugo Eckener today disclosed thai by the end of 1930 a new lin shorter and thicker but faster than the Graf Zeppelin would be completed of the said will have eight engines Instead of five and will be under similar weather conditions to make the 12 fuster than lie Jrnf Tlie new ship will carry 24 more than the present Quean of the there will be more room for freight and mall Dr Eckener Enid was more profitable for oceanic transit Graf two visits to the United than passengers He explained taat Hit Runaway Minister Begs Forgiveness Of His Wife By Associated Press Aug 6 The wife of the Rev John Wesley Gable who eloped with a member of his choir Mrs Maude Miller has re- a letter from her erring spouse expressing regret at his tion and a desire to come home Mrs Gable revealed today A similar ter was received by the choir singer's husband Mr Gable lias been suspended as pastor of the Church of God by the standing committee of the East Pennsylvania Eldership of Churches of God which aleo has that the eldership unfrock Suites have paid and have the feasibility for transatlantic Irans portal Ion hut It would lake lit least two yeare to develop an economical business also there must be several ships to cut town overhead By Associated N J Aug 8 for iv few houre the Zeppelin rested In the hanger here today while workmen i Automobile Of Neal Gough Re- her for her round the world which will begin Wednesday Or Hugo supervised part of the work The motors were In perfect
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