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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania THE MORNING HERALD UNIONTOWN UNITED FOR PROGRESS AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION LAST WEEK TWENTY PAGES VOLUME 23 NO 272 UNIONTOWN FAYETTE COUNTY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 28 1929 TWO CENTS Court to Grant Indefinite Stay to Snook WALNUTS BRAND NO 1 MIXED NUTS CRANBERRIES LB SWEET POTATOES a LBS ONIONS 10 CABBAGE 8 FLORIDA ORANGES DOZ GRAPEFRUIT 3 FOR LETTUCE 3 BALDWIN APPLES Central and Court House Fruit Markets Advertisement TUNE IN TO STATION SUNDAY BE- TWEEN B AND 6 P M FOR GRAM OF POPULAR ORCHESTRA MUSIC AND SINGING THIS IS THE J C TIRE CO RADIO HOUR EVERY SUNDAY J C TIRE CO Oysters per fish par Ib crab meat per Fresh scallops per Smoked Stilt mackerel large size Z WHOLESALE and RETAIL Baltimore Fish Market 19 W PENN ST PHONE Advertisement CHICKENS Young corn chickens for giving See El W Schroyer Spring Road Hopwood Next to Jer's Green House Phono Advertisement LILLIAN'S SHOP Announces a Reduction of 50 PER CENT On All Ready-Made Pattern Hats 701 Bldg Phone 2169 TODAY Mountain Veal Lamb and Pork Prices Veal etew In Veal shoulder roast Lamb stew Ib Lamb shoulder roast Legs lamb Ib POULTRY STILL Market Advertisement FOR Butchering Supplies Wilbur Rhoades Corner Boulevard And Church Street NEMACOLIN GIRL KILLED IN CRASH OF AUTOMOBILE By Associated Press Nov 22 S months was killed today when her father John Gerao of Nemacolin Greece ty lost control of automobile on a rough detour of the burg road In Plum township county The car crashed Into a tree Mrs Gemo suffered three broken ribs and was taken to the home of her parents at mont to which the demos were driving Gemo suffered a gash above the eye v ANNUAL ROLL CALL OF RED CROSS REACHES County Chairman Reiwrts Less 13TH ANNUAL RED CROSS ROLL CALL District Dr Burr R General Chairman Ward Quota Than Half of Quota County Amount to Balance Date Needed Firat J C Second Ward Louise 62.00 Third H S Fourth J H 1.00 Fifth Geo W 62.80 Sixth S Ray for Seventh J C DRIVE PROGRESS CHECKED UNIONTOWN MAN GETS TAX REFUND G P Fitzgerald for Income Tax for 1918 enue Hearing Held 90 oo Eighth C P Miller C A 25.00 O C operate 300.00 FRESH 6 P M to 8 P M Daily at MARIE'S TEA ROOM Opposite Court House Chicken and waffle dinner SQr Advertisement MEETING To be beld bjr In K V nidir Nov 24 at 1 p m Every Slovak Is welcome Advertisement RHUBARB ASPARAGUS CHOKES BRUSSEL SPROUTS COLLI CAULIFLOWER SPINACH GREEN BEANS PEAS GREEN PEPPERS EGGPLANTS MUSHROOMS and CUCUMBERS Central and Court House Fruit Markets COMMISSIONER EXPLAINS By GEORGE H MANNING Washington Correspondent of The Morning Herald The today announced that he has re- leas than a week to go re- sults of the annual Red Cross Roll Call show only slightly more than raised Red Cross ters reported yesterday The sum less than halt of the total quota signed to Fayetto county by National Red Cross authorities In making the announcement John Davis county Roll Call chairman urged upon era the necessity for Increased activity in order to obtain the re- mainder ot quota for the county before the roll call closes on giving Day Mr held a conference witU chapter officials yesterday for the purpose of checking the progress of the campaign David Bennett of ship J C of Nicholson ship W S Conwell of aud H B Mason of North Union I township chairmen all report the Roll Call actively underway in their respective districts with workers j very active German township and i Point Marlon already have exceeded their quotas by 50 percent yesterday more than CONDEMNED MAN SAVED BY WORD OF CHIEF JUSTICE Court of Appeals Finds Was Mistreated by ing Attorney ACT HELD Allegheny Judge Shoots Employe uuuu uo utia t funded to O P Fitzgerald of the districts m town the Bum of after u Bounty reported drive for Red Cross con- Jamison Dumped Coal 100 Call Advertisement DON'T FREEZE Seo Garage Classified Page Advertisement Pound of Peanut Brittle With Candy at and Sunday Rine Confectionery Cor Peter and Advertisement tia f I in that amount for tax tor the principals and 1818 he matter of le re- September S In explanation ol die refund ue SEATS NOW FOR LEGION MINSTREL Number of Reservations Limited So That General Public Gets Full Share Seat reservations for American Legion Minstrel show Monday evening begin at 8 o'clock this morning At press Umo this morning the line of applicants for coveted reserved seats had already begun to form at the State Theater box office but ample precautions have been taken this year to insure a fair deal ali around commissioner said it represents portion of a In tax ed the expiration of tha period provided Mountain potatoes per York imperlW apples per ger and better minstrel Continued on Pago show j ported as a success and credit is said the co-operation of R K superintendent and W EX bohl principal of Dunbar High The Rev Hamilton Weal FOOD as representative of tho Red Cross five and els ad- L V while visiting Main St Saturday Nov 23rd various schools And 9 a ra Auspices of Business Ou OPENING SHOP at 41 K St prices All work guaran- teed Ready to serve old patrons and now ones Owner Guy Tedesco Advertisement All members Red Men must turn la their book of contest tickets before 10 p m Sat night or be billed for pame POW WOW COMMITTEE GRAND DANCE Calif oranges 2 doz vi Eggplants 2 x Sweet potatoes 5 Ibs Onions 10 Ibs 60 Ib bags Spinach 3 Ibs for 4 Iba Grapes 3 Ibs i Lettuce Iceberg j Mushrooms per Cabbage 5 Iba for Tangerines large site per doz Cranberries pur qt.____________30c j nf T 01 Jones Differ i By Associated Press PITTSBURGH 22 It became known today that Judge lly Associated COLUMBUS Ohio Nov Chief Justice T shall of the Ohio Supreme court latu today announced that the court would grant an Indefinite stay of execution i to Dr James H Snook now in tho state penitentiary awaiting death in the electric chair for the murder of Theora Hlx Ohio State co-ed Justice Marshall's statement came on thp heels of the decision of second district court of appeals ing Snook a new After con attorneys for Snook and His farm Hand Tod Olson Prosecutor John J Chester Jr tice Marshall instructed the defense to file a motion for leave to entei a petition in error alleging mistrial and a petition of right It IB ed the for T right will set forth several grounds rhomas C Jones of Allegheny county tor an appeal to tho shot an at his Versailles supreme court township farm last Saturday night The COurt of appeals today found The shooting according to the Jurist Snook was mistreated by the was done in self defense when tho cutor before confessing and farmhand threatened him with a club prosecutor used Improper language iu The wounded mau Tod Olson 55 is summing up tho case before the trial In a McKeesport hospital witli a re- The court held however thiU volver shot In the chest His the manner in which the girl's throat condition the hospital said wag not was cut after Snook slugged her with serious a hammer Indicated deliberation and The judge in a statement tonight premeditation said he did not report the affair be- Snook was scheduled to die in tha hospital would do so He said he had 1 no intention ot suppressing the er and pastor all seemed to a very happy time and Professional Women's Mason Featuring Jau His If I Only Had The often opportunity yon by a in a motor car at a discount ov investment nt a of true to failure to cash on hand i Money in lie bank is an open door to countless The way 10 liave it there is to save it from Celery stalks large Cauliflower per Radishes 4 bunches for pev Any Dollar Purchase One Pound nut Brittle FRER Cor Peter and Ave Free Delivery Phone 9845 2935 NICK RINE Advertisement Opening Sale Men's Shirts 65 1 and Collar Attached Plaint and Fancies Collar Band THE STORE FOR MEN Main Floor Front Rosenbaum Bros THANKSGIVING SPECIALS SMART GLASSES Pay yourself something every pay day and savings to work for you immediately in our Savings Department where it earns FAYETTE TITLE TRUST CO PARENTS Don't Forget to Give the KIDDIES A DIME FOR THE BIG CIRCUS GALLATIN GARDENS Saturday Afternoon Circus LUCKY PRIZES CHRISTIAN CHURCH President Goodnight of Bethany Col- lego will apeak at our Sunday ing service 11 a m to hear hts message NEW SALEM Paper Sale AM Box Stationary Cut To Prices Below Cost Springer's Drug Store Blvd STATIONARY MAKES A FINE XMAS GIFT Advertisement When you procure glasses here you not only receive a style that lends distinction to but lenses that Improve your vision Let our registered optometrist ex- amine your eves White vision lenses Frames with single with double J W NICHOLS JEWELER and OPTOMETRIST Fayetto Title and Trust Bldg White vision lenses CONDUCTS CLINIC suggestion that certain work be Continued on Page Three s of I Tho mooting the William Hotel White Swan Hotel Sunday Nov 24 Served In Our Main Dining Room From 12 Noon to 10 P M Chicken and Waffle Dinner Turkey or Steak DANCE Saturday night Brownsville tion hall Benefit of Holy Trinity church of Salem Hours 7 to 12 Music by Royal APPLES Keepers Bu Good to Eat And Good Cookers AT CAR CHURCH STREET SIDING Advertisement DANCE Polish American Polish Hall Saturday Nov 23rd Benefit of Holy Society featuring NO'S VICTORY SIX ORCHESTRA Advertisement TYPEWRITERS REWARD For Information leading tu the ar- i Tailor D S AH i THE 1930 MODEL PORTABLE conviction of anyone taking iSEE THE 1930 MODEL NOISELESS a Morning Herald from a It Is a typewriter WE can REPAIR It larn Big Square Rooms Srd Floor 6c lOc Storo Saturday Nov 23 ple John Troul Figure Culler Hours to Music Mon ladles I Remington Typewriter Company 65 W South St Phone 575 Advertisement HAIRCUTS 21 MILL ST THK Richman's Clothes ALL WOOL For Your Next SUIT TOPCOAT or OVERCOAT Try a RICHMAN and Save to Sam 69 W Alain St and Floor Phone 3197 Pa Advertisement HAGAN'S MARKET FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIALS OWN PORK tiffed Lb WHOLE PORK Lb PORK LOIN Lb PORK CHOPS Lean Lb SWIFT PREMIUM Skinned Lb BUTTER Roll for ROUND ROASTS from Steer Beef FRESH OYSTERS DAILY Standards Selects Pt FREE DELIVERY HELL PHONE 04 STORK to P.M HAGAN'S MARKET SPRINGER Prop AUTO BODY CO If you your car don't worry we'll nx it Also Duco Cor and Fayetto N O T I C E 1 COSTELLO and ALBRIGHT BEAUTY Pn now opon Phono No 170 or appointment lira 10 in 7 Operated by Helen BAKER 9 FT COAL Vo at btn dumped Ho shoveled iliau 40 or 2548 BAKER COAL CO DANCE TONIGHT 2 Music by SQUARE P H C Hall Evary Sit a to Orch Cat CoKman Calling Adv 1929 CHRISTMAS CLUB CHECKS FINAL PAYMENTS iu Christ nuts luhs must be made not later than Monthly November No interest ill be paid to members whose payments in arrears All cheeks will lir mailed November Please Be Prompt Fayette Title Trust Co Second National Bank The National Bank of Fayette County
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