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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania THE MORNING HERALD UNIONTOWN UNITED FOR PBCJGRESS VOL. 28. NO. 17ft. UNIONTOWN, FAYETTB COUNTY, PBNN'A., TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1829. AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION LAST WEEK TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS I. a---------------. TW NEW PROSECUTOR MA Y BE APPOINTEDTODAY- POLICE EXPERTS PRESS DONOHOEINQUIRIES New Zeppelin Eckener Plan Commander of Graf Announces Intention To Build Shorter, Thicker and Faster Ship ftt Fried! Ichslmfen. The new ship the By Associated PresB I.AKEHUH8T, N. J., Aug. 5. Hugo Eckener today disclosed thai by the end of 1930 a new Zeppe- lin shorter and thicker but faster than the Graf Zeppelin would be completed vuv ninslor of the Clntf said will have eight engines Instead of five and will be abli- under similar weather conditions to make the Iniuaatlunllc irlp 12 fuster than (lie (Jrnf. Tlie new ship will carry 24 passeng- foiiv more than the present Quean of the there will be connlderubly more room for freight and mall whloh. Dr, Eckener Enid was more profitable for oceanic transit Graf Zeppe- two "visits" to the United than passengers. He explained taat Hit Runaway Minister Begs Forgiveness Of His Wife By Associated Press. HARR13BURG, Aug. 6. The wife of the Rev. John Wesley Gable who eloped with a member of his choir, Mrs. Maude Miller, has re- ceived a letter from her erring spouse expressing regret at his ac- tion and a desire to come home, Mrs. Gable revealed today. A similar let- ter was received by the choir singer's husband. Mr. Gable lias been suspended as pastor of the Enlmut Church of God by the standing committee of the East Pennsylvania Eldership of Churches of God which aleo has rec- ommended that the eldership unfrock Suites have paid expemieB and have e.-inhllshed the dirigible's feasibility for transatlantic Irans portal Ion hut Bftld It would lake lit least two yeare to develop an economical business; also there must be several ships to cut (town overhead. By Associated Prces l-AKEHURST. N. J., Aug. 8. Earthbonnd for iv few houre the Oraf Zeppelin rested In the naval: hanger here today while workmen i Automobile Of Neal Gough, Re- Jirepared her for her round the world ftlghl which will begin Wednesday. Or Hugo Eckoner supervised part of the work. The Zeppoltn'8 motors hejuinoiinwMi were In perfect condl-j agpd >xl road near the main highway, lusnlnat way to -St. l.outa at the time he pick-: suffered a fracturo.l low.u- win, n tut- indiirttrlnl committee of (he limb when run down hy a niBaaiMmer hnve boy who wns riding a bloynlu FOR INJURIES CAUSED BY BIKE By Vn-As WHKRMNU. Va., Aug. S. Jonouli Sauiulota olnima tho day of life and with nts as "imconsc.tou moaning." Tho dofcnso probahly will tho losiimony hite-r tn oiaijn lint pioto.saoi kill.'t youiiH in solf rivfongio. I'rosocHl-jr C'lcstor antunnuo, a'ljouinnionl that iho stato will its c.is.o loniiirr.iw inornlnu. GASOLINE TAX SHOWS DECLINE M. WB. lo Hiirlem Inuudry In New York guuniim last night Kosi'iii itp ''llal ''fstius Spur HAiuusinnto, AU state's collection of Uu' gas in hit hy thret1 i anj Louis Ga bullei wounds make, us.i> lux look a sharp decline during i Sing of Xew York member of the Hip Fung was dead nj Xowark. X. J. Loy Want to Get Into the Movies, Girls? MONSTER BATHING BEAUTY CONTEST AND PAGEANT AT NEW SHADY GROVE TODAY (From M. (o (i P. M.) H From Pcnnsylvanin, West Virginia nun Maryland) 950.00 IN GOLD TO BE AWARDED Dance and Beauty Pageant At Night Bathing OiH Entries Kedeved Up to 3 P. M. Tuesday TYPEWRITERS, ADDING MACHINES, NEW MODEUS. HEHU1LTS, SHOPWOKN. REPAIRS Untontown't. only Type- writor nnd Adding Machine Shop. 19 yean. Two expert repairmen. No "Fly by Might" work. here to behind It, with one of tho best equipped In the (If Ifi a inn. we can repair RiiMINQTON TYPEWRITER CO. 05 W. So.itii St, Phone o76 period from April 10 June drop Vine from for iho first qunr- 101 to iho IVpnrtmem of Kevotmo announi'Oti A riinYi.nu system of bookkeeping wicounts for ihe vast difference In nnd may have uru compiling this return, tho opium trade i-onf snld. j Amounts collected In ilu> following rountles wove: Allesliouy Kftyeito JnV.flJl; Groene SoniPrset Jivi. tons was held In the murder at f Ga Fung. Authorities iu Xtwark exiiresaed tin; opinion thai Ihe oul.break was the> hegiunini:
have the ad- metliods lieon tn.iulroil i A nu-ctinp of ihe exivutivo board Bbout Two re- jof tin- Pnlcnitmvn Credit llureau will! ho held tonight su 7: SO o'clock in tho i bureau offices iu the CItlzws Build- ]Jng at o'clock. Manager K. H. Ward of the luircau ronnests all nii'iii-' hold VuosilsV.' AUK' of T. .1. AlrC'rarKi-ll lluirliaii--I v Adv. Vil All ihroo chambor. rUlos ;nni one from Wost fiotu Ohio by tlie bers be proof nt. FOR 8 room .modern honso. finished attic. KUUISO. iv.-idotnlul suction. Call AUTO BODY CO. If you rcvVc your cur don't worry, we'll II x 11. Alan Duco n llnlshlnl; Cor. GallnMn and Adi. Tho New Unloniown Laundry Co. 34 Jefferson Street, Next to Bridae 24 HOUR SERVICE Drlvov will eall and deliver Rll tamily fiat pieces, washed ironed, ready to uao, Bl 7o pci Tolephono 7SG DANCE Slmdy prove 1'arlt, Tuofdiy, Aug. 6. bnthliiK lioamlM on dancing pavilion BIG SQUARE llol'r8 to nt "in on Naw Men ,M.OO. Ijullesi f.Oc. Mualo, Qoo. roml, Tuostl.iy ovcnliiK AUK Silver nnd His Kentucky Ulub Orch. Como onrly. Good in us I e 1 (Advei'tlsemont) .body White Swan Hotel Dinner Every Evening During The Week A delicious dinner will be served In our benutiful, cool, main room, Lobby Floor. From to P. M, at DR. C. H. SHERRY NOTICE! AftPr Aug. 1m nml until latur this otllce will hi open Monday. Tlmis dny and Saturday. Hours 9 to" it. All othor liajs ilu- docior will lit- IIIK lln> ronsiiiu lion san'l- ti'.riiuu.- Atlv JERRY BARBAR FOR REAL BARGAINS Suit Cleaned and Pressed Mfin'a Hata Cleaned.................... Lnciiea' Hata Cleantci JERRY DAROA 6C t. M.iln. fl-tl FOitRKN'T aia pe l m ea-n or Uuiontown. for iiu'oriiiiul'.iii, J. 0. Uagor WrmlnKtou ov i'lioiio Ilia Uu- Adv. T-0-N-I-T-E THIRD DANCE Colonial 4's New Pavilion At Grindstone Hull I'ark JAN'GARNET AND HIS FIVE PENNIES anil for l.v-h Mi HICHMAN Cl.OTHlia' NKVv KAi-Li-JAAH. ALL 'o SUITS TljA M.Hi St. (-'tour. IJ t.i.l'.." i 1 A'. n 'ft, Hot t'litlt IK; Will! Wtirn
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