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Daily News Standard (Newspaper) - July 22, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania CURRENT OMMENT 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 Prppo.ial G'lutnce for Trouble "Laid off at is a phrase that you will probably hear repeated for the death of Howard Robinson 37, ot Palmer, Robert Johnson, Pal mer negro, was.arrested Saturday in the Edenborn miles from the siiajt. He is being held "in thi Uniontown police station pending coroner's iuq_uest. Robinson died at his home Satur day morning .presumably of lockjaw It also developed that he .had a'trae tured skull. This latter information was obtained at a coroner's 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 band- Its early today held up Queeriie King, a maid, and-fined the cash register ot in cash andl879 in cheiks. They escaped through a rear door, but worn caught a few minutes'ttter by Patrolman- Edward Reynolds. They gave their names as Joseph Joseph Dlrva and Tony Inslnna, both of tho Lawrencpville district of Pitts- 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 Uftited Press.) NEW July of the financing of the new British baby "Austin" car which Is to be manufac- tured at Butler, Pa., will be made lie neit Monday, Samuol H, Vallance of the Budkey-Vallance firm, said to- day. The British low priced' car has the backing of several prominent Ameri- can financiers. Roslnsky, Fairbanks, Pa. Ths Uniontown Laundry Co. 34 Jttttrton tests on a new air heater. Eight other from flic Union- town Center are doing co-op work in various parts of tho country. .MRS. LAMPKIX 1IKRK Mrs. Alva Lampkln, wife of Judge Lftmpkin of Baltimore, Md., and MM. E. H. Pheaston of Pittsburgh wero the weekend guests of the former's sister. Mrs. Maude Pheakston, 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 enjoywt a flne trip on Mtfc0 while at Mhfk. WRIGHT -METZLER CO. 23 Uniontown batmeu ciates a vital fer TMI todays Standard. Set paft
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