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Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania THE MORNING HERALD UNIONTOWN UNITED FOR PROGRESS VOLUME 23. NO. 219 AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION LAST WEEK UNIONTOWN, FAYETTE COUNTY, PBNN'A, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1929 1 I n T m U iicfer r lights Set for Today TWELVE PAGES TWO CENTS Motorless Craft Expected to Takeoff From Burgess Field and Dunbar's Camp Provided the proper wind IB blow- ing, Unloiilown aud Payette county's long awaked glider (lights will get underway today al Burgesa Field and Dunbar's Camp at each of which a (ltdor arrived Saturday. One Is owned by the Baker-McMillan Company of Akron, Ohio, and Is to be flown by Dr. WoIl'gaiiR Klemparer of the Qood- year-y.eppelin Corporation, also of Akron, flud ilie other Is the property of Prof. II. E. Franklin of the Univer- sity of Michigan, and his brother, Wallace. Coili gliders are expectejl to make flights this afternoon. The Franklin glider, piloted by Wallace Franklin. Is scheduled to (ako off at 3 o'clock. .Klein perer lust night staled It would nil depend on the direction of wind whether ho would attempt a I light today lu the Condor, Uiu new product whlctijs to he given its major test., liore rturinR the next two.weeks. Aiinched to one of the Challenger plants of ihci Seamaus Alv Transport Company at the end of an 100-foot rope. Mr. .Franklin expsctB to rise to HAZEL MINE TIPPLE BURNED By Associated Press CANONSBURG, Pa.. Sept 22. Loss estimated at was suf- fered and 160 men were thrown temporarily out of employment by a fire which yesterday and today destroyed the tipple at the Hazel mine of the Chartlers Creek Coal Company, East Canonsburg. No one was hurt. The fire was believed to have been started by an. overheat- ed flywheel throwing sparks onto the wooden tipple roof. Superin- tendent John Barton said tempor- ary repairs would permit reopen- ing of the mine ivlthin a week. TRI-STATE LEAGUE BRIDGE TOURNEY DATES CHANGED January 16-17-18 By Com- mittee In Deference To Play- ers From Distance 4 INJURED AS AGIO AND ENGINE COLLIDE ADDS CHAMPIONSHIP ANOTHER CHARGE TO BE BROUGHT AGAINST ALLUM Prank Krepps, Summit Works Acquitted of Manslaughter; 3 Brothers Jailed HOME SERVICE FUND OF BEING SOUGHT Dales for the second annual tourna- ment of the Tri-Stato Auction Bridge League were changed from Jaauay 31 and February 1, 1930, to January 16, 17 and 18 by the tournament commit- tee meeting In Unlontown Saturday night. The change lu dates was made at the request of players from a dis- tance who did not consider two days of play sufficient because of the dis- tance. Other players had requested earlier dates as they had planned to go south about .the time It originally ihad been planned to-hold the tourna- ment. The committee, composed of Joseph H. Smith, chairman; C. Parson and James D. decided to add contract bridge to the tournament program this year and have at least -e championship event at contract 'ft''champlon" BEER AND WHISKY HOPWOOD CROSSING SCENE OF CRASH TAKEN IN TWO COUNTY RAIDS Russell Davis, Fairchance, Suffers Probable Fracture of Skull; Mrs. Theodore Pinsker and Son, Allen, of Masontown Hurt In Another Collision John Urban and Susan McCloS- Six persons were injured, one ser- key, South Brownsville, Fail iously- In two collisions Sunday night. AU lhe inured were to 10 AU lhe in3ured were removed to the L'nloutown Hospital t The injured: "BEER GARDEN" RAIDED Russell Davis, aged 21 years A large quantity of beer" and whisky was confiscated Saturday night in raids conducted by Eva Mitchell, chance, possible fracture of skull and lacerations of the face and left hand, condition serious. years of Oltphant, County Detective A. A. Downing and brush burns, condition good. oRlcer8- Dorothy Ffsher, aged 20 years of uorotny tnsner, aged years ot A restaurant and hotel said to have' Ollphant Furnace, laceration of fore- rPfln Hi- __.1 i. __.., Arthur Hughes, aged 22 years of I Two championships have been add- that8 he "may cut "loose and Subscription CampnigTl tournament. Title will be awarded then slide to Dunbni'a Camy. Should he be unable lo do this at this time, It is stated, ho will return to Burgose Field. A norlh or south wind will be inquired by Mr. franklin to tnkeoH from the airport, It waa stated last night. Hoth glldem were hi ought to Union- town in n dissembled condition SaUtr day hhl will be eel up, of Salvation Armv Will Start for pair which maj consist of two men. two women or a 1 his Morning man and woman and for women's palre. R II n r F T A T r TC T M R a Greenville, who BUUbE-1 A 1 JH I IS 1 M LPM managed the 1929 tournament, will again bo in charge. The active subscription campaign! Announcement was also made thai lor the annual Home Service Appeal a nsw bridge magazine to he known _., retidy tor Fund of for the Unlontown Sal- The Bridge World will be Issued flights this morning. As soon as thoy vat Ion Army will get underway .this on October 1 and will replace the are both will be open for morning to continue until Monday, Auction Brujge Magazine. The new Inspection by the public September 30. the campaign official- periodical Is'to be edited by Mr. and A west wind Is all that Dr. Klem- ly was opened Saturday night, with a Mrs. Eli Culbertson of New York perer will awolt for bla exporlments booster dinner for workers at tho Bee City. lu ttn> Coudor, he Informed The Her- son Hotel dining room which was at- [-----------------1------- kid htsi night. However, jlm interua- tended by 110 workers and guests, tlouiil slider etpert declined to make Allan D. Williams, chairman of Jhe au> comment on the experiments otli- advisory committee of the corps, er than that they were to determine In charge. the ol the Allegheny Stressing the point that the budget mount ilns as a hnsls for soaring being sought was on absolute mini- fllglua. mum, tho llev. Dr. E. A. Hodil, pastor It IB understood, however, should of the Third. Presbyterian ON SANDWICH By Associated Pi-ess. POTTSVILLE. Pa., Sept. 22 It IB understood, however, should of the Third Presbyterian 85' Forestvllle, 115- IH-W clld.-r records be established made a booster talk, urging all of the y a _ __ _ Jjflni ftJinCIIl'lrift Pha mnit Innnn.! .Continued on Page Throe) Will Give Ninth Radio Address This Evening- workers to do their utmout toward raising the tjuota. Dr. Hodll's remarks Were verified by the Rev. Burr n. Me Ot n ?'R man svllle hotel on his way church and was eating the v i v> T u y um 1 jJUi I 11. iVHJ- -._ Jll 'l i ----u Knight, pastor of the Asbury Metho-'sal. H''- n R Plec'e bsH'ame loae- jdist BpUcopnl ohuroh, who A I'liyslcian was sum- ed the Unloutown Ministerial Asso Olmick was dead when he uuivuivii 14. iviminioiiai jvnnu' IiolRtlon, which has Indorsed the move-; mont. Adjutant Fred W. Ooddard, who has Earl T. CliamlxMlln of Untontown charge oT tho corps, gate a talk In' will give, his ninth radio tnlk regard- which he asked the cooperation of all Ing "Vital Kiitsodes in the Life ol workers In oblatnlng the goal of ?6. Abraham Lincoln- this evanlng at 000 as quickly AS possible. Ho express o'clock Eastern Standard time od himself as pleased with tho spirit through. Station Pltlaburgh. of eo-oporatlon that prevailed during Hta subject will he. "Tho Bmanclpa- tho dinner aud asked whether any ttou Proclamation and the Thirteenth further Instructions were desired as to! Amomliiient" (Continued on Page Three) j Winona MacDowell SCHOOL OF DANCING Srd Fluor niac'kstone BldR. All This Week. I'ltoiu! 11U-M or 1S41-J SENATOR DENEEN HAS WOMAN AS OPPONENT By Associated-Press BYRON, III., Sept. 22. Ruth Haana McCormick, congress- R-oman at-large from Illinois, aud daughter of tho late Senator -Mark Hauua. announced her candidacy for the republican ubmination for" the United States Senate in opposition to the present senior Illinois Senator, Charles S. IVneen. Mrs. McCormick is the widow of Senator Medlll McCormick who died in 1925. Her announcement Ifl looked upon aa the probable opening of the. Republican primary campaign for the SeiiHto. Senator IVnppn. who suc- ceeded Mr. McCormick. is expected to announcp his condidscy soon for re- nomination. Uniontown Center To Reopen Today been operated .by John Urban aud head, condition good Susan McCloskey in Main street.' opposite the railroad station in South! Brownsville, netted the officers a con-i siderable ouantily of barreled beer' and bottled -whisky. A miniature bar with approximately lo customers was said to have been In operation when the officers made their raid. Both the alleged proprietors were taken before Alderman Matt Allen and held fa ball each for court. They were placed In the Fayette County jail In default of ball. j An alleged beer garden at the home' of Steve Marias at S2 Reppert boule- vard. North Union township, netted 230 bottles of beer in a raid at that place. Marias posted Jbatl for court following a hearing before Alderman Matt Allen. Pairchance, lacerations of face both hands, condition good. Another Information was directed against Glenn Allum, Saturday by DIs met Attorney j. B. Adams, as a re- sult of his testimony In the case just closed in which Allum was convicted of transportation and possession The .new Information is based on Allum's own statements that he came ovei and i 'WiasMngton count v and opened up a still on the Mountain Mrs. Theodore Pinsker. aged years of Masontown, fractured right! PuuburEh rmll "l6 arm. condition good ntlsDuigh road and Allum was again .11 raided. He was tried and armiltiivi Allen Pinsker, aged 11 years ot the Pittsburgh road still, but "hi" 'does not prevent his prosecution for the Pairchance still, states Mr. Adams who directed County Detective A -S. Downing to make the Information mid serve Allum with ;i warrant in jail. There are many who believe that. sontown. lacerations of face, condi- tion good. girls and two young men were injured Sunday night about 10 o'clock when the automobile In which they mniiy wno uelieve were riding :md a Baltimore aud Ohio Allum has told only ;i very small nor- Railroad freight engine miming light, tion of what he knows and that he f Irillurl ----___.. _ ..v. (Continued on Page Three) Uniontown Center of the Univer- sity of Pittsburgh will open for its second year this morning at 8 o'clock when regular classes for the fall and winter terms will bo started. The Center opened last Septem- ber with an enrollment of ap- proximately one hundred. When classes convene this morning It is expected that, more than two hun- dred students will be enrolled, Both freshman and subjects will be on the program this year. Approximately seventy- five the 1928-29 fresh- man class have enrolled for the new term. This Hank is a Member of tho Kcdcrul Keservo System Tho Stiongcst Banking Astoci.ition in the World A National Bank With Trust Powers 'T'HE National Bank of F'Xvctte County IB pro- pared and authorized to serve as Executor, Ad- ministrator. Trustee or Guardian, ov In any other Fiduciary Capacity. lv a -DepoaU tory for OOT- of thf ITnttM tar. HE Trust Department of this Bank is subject to periodic eliminations by both National and State Examiners, mid to the supervision of the Federal Reserve System. OUR OFPIOBR8 SOLICIT THE PRIVILEGE OF WORKING OUT A DEFINITE PLAN FOR THE SOUND ADMINISTRATION OF YOUR TRUST E8TATB BANK OP FATXTTI COCKTT M. H. UNIONTOWN'S OLDKST AND LARGEST HANK i MISS MAJESTIC ITHE STANDING OF CONTESTANTS ,WILL BE ANNOUNCED IN TUES- DAY'S PAPERS. CALL AT MISS MAJESTIC HEADQUARTERS. ASK >NY QUESTIONS AND THEY WILL BE ANSWERED BY THE YOUNG LADY IN CHARGE. REMEMBER IT YOUR HEADQUARTERS TO [CHECK UP IF YOU SEE FIT. ROOM 6, CITIZENS BUILDING. PETER .STREET, ACROSS FROM COHEN'S FURNITURE. I AUTO OWNERS fliva you snappy service now l Ma aro not busy. Complete line o( Ford pirtt and accosaorlea. till 9 p. m. Coflfman Motor Co. BELL SALEM, PA. Furniture Repaired AND RE-UPHOLSTERtD. CALL BEESON'8 UPHOLSTERY. PHONE FOOD SALE Wnilnoiulay iitornlng, Sopt -Jo, Timln In Kiirnltiiro Co.. ihi Muln St.. HOspU-os Tron of 1-lfo Auilllnry. Adv. Montgomery Ward Company Uniontown, nrc In n position to lakp a Into tholr local oiKunlEatton. Ago Viptweim il to IliRH school Rindituloa. prc- foiRhly with Homp collogM tiBlnlnif. Tills In not to Job liiinlora but mm with vision mul to pi-p "tiro for u futuro. Apply to: Me. lu lindto Dnpt. bolwnnn A. M. nnrt lOjSW A. M. Iniorvlow will not lie limiorwl at oihnr hour. WHY THI9 DOCTOR ADVERTISES 1 IIBVO it to loll tlio world, 1 Imvo n to sell my follow man. Tho world wanta tho anti 10 flnd llio best wo know tint roml tlmt Inadu lo tlte partlpiiltr plauo of I euro the 'slut, why It oou- llnnrt lo u few7 not tell the world und lot ovory nqnul olinnon? In menHnngor, why not uan It? OR. H. SHERRY (AdvttrUfldmnnt) GRAND DANCE Anxnli'OB oi KlltRliU of Ronin. Boiu or Hall, THOU., H. Clnnts sou. Victory Six Oi'Cli.- -Arty. THANKS I Wish to thank my many friends who supported me for Tax Collector of South Union Twp. at the primaries and ask theae same friends for their support at the general election as I have been urged to run on the Inde- pendent ticket. I'll appreciate all that you can do for me. MAUDE c. MCLAUGHLIN (Advertisement) HARRY, The Hatter MURDER TRIAL TO START TODAY Former Coal and Iron Policemen Barcoski, Farmer Hy Assoriatfd J'ress. P1TTSRURG1I. Sept. '.'2 Trial of three former coal and iron uolkemeu on charges of murder of .lolui Bnrcoski, ,41, Tyre fanner, will liepin in criminal court hero tomorrow (Continued on Page Three) Rich man's Clothes ALL WOOL For You r N'exf SUIT TOPCOAT or OVERCOAT Try a RICHMAN Save SIC lo Sam Bernsou, Agent, iio Main St., 2nd Floor. Phone 3197 Unlomown, Pa. (Advertisement) HOME COMING DRAWS HUNDREDS still possesses more information i garding the nullifications of the whls- i key business in the county than what lie has already told. I Another sensational trial i? prom- 'ised as n result of the new intorma tion. j Frank Krepps, a resident o( the I summit works, located between Juan- Grace lta arul I-eisenring, went on trial. Attendance Record At Chapel Church Sunday School Breaks Record manslaughter. The Commonwealth _____ alleges Krepps caused the death of More than three hundred persons a of the Lelsen- atlended the annual Home ComtaB ?S baseball team last July 4th while and Rally Dav Services at the toe! Smock where a Chapel Presbyterian church at High Baseball game had beeu held. Krepps House yesterday. Those In attend "S his car ance fnoluded many forme, "J of the church The Rev Davln Hunt denies all the acousa- er Is pastor of the church 11011S liei'lares the The exercises began in the mornlnE with a RaUv Dav lei-vice id WUS r V llroom when 1UfCl1 slate "ollce' railiei1 a last August 16th went on Jud.e T'w Saturday ET luovninS case of the a W' but denies that he Imd any part in the NOTICE Is back Gregory Brothers. Wo 'I'lu- Purls Beauty Shop will he ouen are cleaning hato at 50c. Also we mil-: today. Miss Kurtz, who lias returned linery on ladles hats to any style to i from the hairdresser's convention will the order. 5 Eaul Main St.. Lynch bldp.. Kive tlie newest fnds in halrdvesiiiiig. lAitverilsenit'iii) WOULD YOU BELIEVE That persons entrusted with the expen- diture of hundreds of thousands of dollars of the Public Funds would countenance the padding of Payrolls. Would you believe that they would use threats against individuals, civic or patriotic organizatons to get what they want politic- ally. BUT WE KNOW what we are talking about when we say that the NEW 1930 BUICK will do all that is claimed for it and more. Standard Garage Co. J. W. LEE BUirit-MARQlJETTE O. 0. RUSH i When ReUer Automobiles Arc Huilt Buk-k Will Build Them served by the women prior to the Home Con Addresses for the T program were given by Dawson, L. M. Woodfill Coldreu, all of Uniontown. spoke of the historic background of naanuiractuVe "ot the' i. of ft, hi to" Mike Roberts and Joe Pisolo, two of its hist or j with whirl, they, other defendants arrested in connec- Continental No." 3. The Franks Orch- estra also played during the program. MISS MAJESTIC 4 NEW PRIZES HAVE BEEN ADD- ED TO MISS MAJESTiC RADIO CONTEST. THEY- WILL BE AN- NOUNCED IN TUESDAY'S PAPERS. GET BUSY GIRLS. SAVF COUPONS ONE MILLION ONE MILLION PEOPLE CAN'T BE WRONG. THAT'S HOW MANY MA- JESTIC ALL ELECTRIC RADIOS ARE IN AMERICAN HOMES. FREE TRIAL- EASY PAYMENTS. TO. COR. BROADWAY AND PETER ST. ..._ u v., b_o irini Mnt GIVING COUPONS ARE ANNOUNC-i ED IN OUR AD ON PAGE (Advertisement i Feet Hurt? Here's Relief! Drs. Freeiuan and Mite-hell will he in FOR su u-tij Uieii- office. Citizens BldR.. Room 720. i house. A real bargiiin in quick buyer, heptoniber 24th and ioth. Tiiesdny and I Terms to suit. Also one i room house Wednesday........Adv. j to Call owner li. Adv. COAL FOR SALE i: and 13 cents Im. fall I2M-J. S. E. HAi-BROOK ,K Strii-th '.uodein. douhlo A GROWING INSTITUTION Conveniently Located THE UNIONTOWN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Reserve System U. S. 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