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   Morning Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1929, Uniontown, Pennsylvania                               THE MORNING HERALD Cloudy UNIONTOWN UNITED FOR PROGRESS VOLUME 23. NO. 225 AVERAGE DAILY CIRCULATION LAST WEEK UNIONTOWN, FAYETTE COUNTY, PENN'A., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1929 Four Killed In Plane Crash Harry Emery; Nationally Known' Flier, Among Victims At Kane, Pa., Fog Hinders Hy ASROrliitcd Press KANE, Pa., Sept. 29. Three, men and a woman, among them Harry Emery, 32, nationally known filer, wore killed hero tonight when a plane piloted hy Emory fell Into a pasture one mllo out of town. The others killed were Ijeon Emery. Salvation Army Fond Total FRANKLIN SCHOOL IS DEDICATED; REUNION HELD Hundreds Attend Program Given In Presb yterian Church; Old Pupils Present HISTORY AND ROLL READ FOURTEEN PAGES TWO CENTS .Dedication of the new Franklin township school near 'Wallersburg and the first annual reunion of teachers nnd pujilln of the school, were held to- Mno hundred seventy dollars mus Saturday. Approximately five bf today to bring the annual hundred persona attended the affair 47, brother of Harry; Miss Ella Davis I Service Appeal campaign of whlch hegljn am, con. 35, aud Ellis Michaels, 35, mechanic. lho Salvation Army for J6.000 to a late ,n wlth All lived at liradforcl. successful conclusion, Adjutant Fred cafeteria luncheon Tho threo men were killed outrlglit w- Goddard in charge of the corpa, VAN ORMAN BAG LEADING RACE FOR BALLOONS Goodyear VIII Travels 347 Miles; Captain William E. Kepner Figured As Second TWO REMAIN IN AIR! MOTORCYCLE DRIVER IS FATALLY INJURED By being served at ly before the crash. The Kmerys woro I members of a prominent HradforJ family and Harry had been (lying a number of yeurti. The Bradford porl recently dedicated was named In j his honor. He had taken part iu three, transcontinental air races finishing third In ISIS. Jin was uuiiiarilud. l.eon Emery and Michaels leave widows. H DELIVER MILK BY AIRPLANE 5iHH 14 ARRESTED Fourteen arrests wore- recorded at the city bnstlle uji to a late hour last night, the result of two days' opera- tlons by the police department. Thir- teen persons taken Into custody oil Saturday and on Sunday. They will lie given hearings today before Ardng Mayor Karl Bryson. who i.i seivlns in the, absence ot Mayor l.uth- er S. Crawford, attending the N'atlon- (il Legion convention nt Louisville WHY PAY MORE SAVE MONEY Look at These Prices! Men's Suits Cleaned and Pressed _________ Ladles' Dresses (plain Cleaned) _.. Pants Cleaned and Pressed _____________ Ladles' Co.its Cleaned _________________ Men's Hats Cleaned _ Ladles' Hats Cleaned ____________ Jerry Barbar Co. 56 Main Street Opposite the Court Housa CASH AND CARRY PRICES 1UC tSOC [inlnclpal of the1 school, wfilch jburned lasi Febiuary and completed a I short time before the opening of the present term. The dedicatory pro- al 10 o'clock. Children of intrlbuted lo tho program, the day was furnished by ;lho rnlontown Maitlal Band comprU- i ot John Keener. Clark Foster, i Somerset Farm of W. C. Begley Jolia Hbnuell and Russell Craft of Piftshnrrrh Hor, and C C. Collins and fain- MCCtS 1 lUSOUrgh Hotel Ban- of Vanderbtll. Miss Graco Collins quct Emergency Quickly a sojo, and she and her sister. 'Kthel May. snns; a duet. A brother, Clarendon, played Ihe in the i orchestra, while Miss 1-Tthel played t'- Deploy, who operates a large the bass viol and Mr Collins played (.wiry farm, have tho distinction ot Ihe cornet. Miss Miller was thelr'ac- maXing the first air delivery of milk companlst at tho piano and crenm In Pennsylvania. I The noon luncheon was servved un- Kecftilly an emergency arose In a der the supervision of .Mrs John 13 I I sbui-Kh hotel where 20 gallons of Frnsher of Smock and Mrs. John A. Ujl. pure milk and cream wero need- Allen, Smock. Mrs. William Murphy at "oon of tl10 snrno Mrs- Wttenhouse, Mrs James day. a telephone call was beliiR made lo Sheriff Henley at his tarni. an nliplnne was dispatched from (Continued on Page Xine) i porlntod ST. LOUIS, Sept. 20. With seven of (bo nine balloons In the Gordon Hrnnetl international bal- loon race reported as landed tabula- tions tonight by the Associated Press showed the tinea bags repre- senting the United Slates had travel-! oil the greatest I distance. The Good y e a r VIII piloted by Ward T. VutiOr- man w i t h Alan J M a c C r a c ken as' aide landed throui miles north of Troy, Ohio at 6 a. in. and apparently W. T. Von Ornian leading with Goodyear Pilot Glider Condor Flies 10 Minutes GULF COAST KicmPerer At IN STORM'S PATH At a s a dts- tancc from St. eidmated at 347 Somerset courtly find former Sher- Notice To Truckers and Coal Consumers! We now have our coal rescreenlng' plant In perfect operation. This on- j erallon double screens tho coal there- by making it as nearly a perfect do- mestic coal as it Is possible to pro- dtiee. 7.GO'S- Sulphur D. T. U. H129. Ask your denier for analysis. Get the moat heat per dollar. On Oct. 1st, wo will haro our chemical treating plant In serv- ice, whereby coal will be mado per- manently dustless. This service will ho rendered at a very nominal charge. Whim In need of coal try a load of double screened. SOUTH UNION COAL CO. Phone 181 !KT (Advertisement) (Continued on Pngo Thlrt.: Official Inspection Station Collier Fearer Hill St. Phone 933 (Advertisement j THE NEW FILIPINO TOP BO-LO Erory Hoy and Girl Will Want Ona When They See It. All i Confectioners Or KELLER BROTHERS Will Explain How To A Bo-Lo. Phone 1638 Rear 46 Pittsburgh SL (Advertisement) Louis unofficially miles. The Army bag piloted by Captain K. Kepii.r winner of last -year's race landed on a reservoir at v'ellna. Ohio, at p. m. and wan second with distance estimated M 333 (Continued on 1'age Nine) CRIPPLES' CLINIC SET FOR TUESDAY] Dr. James U Wallace of Pittsburgh 1 will be In Unlontmvn Tuesday to con- duct the monthly crippled children's clinic at lho rnionlowii Hospital. The, di.iguliUtic clinic will start at o'clock Tuesday atlernoon aud per- sons wiih crippled children are urged iu piweM tbem nt that time. I MUST SELL MY BEAUTIFUL NEW NASH 4- DOOR SEDAN. had the best of care. In fart, Ha lust broken in. Ill accept your present car as part pav- Relief Expedition Dispatched To Naples and Everglades, Florida; Key Fails to Report Uy Asso< iatfd I'rrs.s The nabnman hurricane which roundod the southern tip of Florida Saturday wns blowing across the Gutf ot Mexico Inst night at the rate of 10 miles an hour toward the northern gulf coast. The weal her bureau predicted that j the storm which ravaged Nassau and] harrassed southern Florida with gales still was of hurricane Intensity" and would strike the coast somewhere be- tween ApalacMcola, Fla., and the Mississippi beaches. Except for au unidentified ship off I'unla Rassa on the extreme south (Continued on Page Xine) Snapped into the air at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon by a tlosen men running; with a 200-foot rubber rope, Dr. Wolfgans Klemperer of the Good- year-Zi-ppelin Corporation ot Akron. Ohio, who has been at Dunbar's Camp lor a week, waiting for just such an opporttmtiy, glided through the air for 10 minutes, landing safely at (lie old Floyd Bennett airport, along the Con- rond. Dr. Kleinperer esti- mated his flight distance as three miles. The glider expert and his group had been waiting at Dunbar's Camp since last Saturday for favorable winds to enable (lights to be made. Yesterday afternoon the wind became favorable, although not sufficiently strong to permit of a much longer flight, and Dr. Kleinperer decided to make his first hop in (lie new glider, the Con- (Continued on Page Nine) nieiit. SEE DETWEILER TRI- STATE GARAGE CO. K Fnyette St. Phone Open Kvenlngs. Advertisement TAXPAYERS CITV OF UNIONTOWN 5% Will Be Added-to AH County and State Taxes After October 1, 1929 Office Hours: m. to 5 p. m. Saturday Evening: to 9 p. m. Frances S, Kelrsted, Collector Room 735 Fayette Title Trust Bldg. AUTO OWNERS SICK, LOOK AT THIS! We can a've you snappy service now as we are not GO busy. Complete of Ford parts and accessories. till 9 p. m. Coffman Motor Co. BELL 16-J NEW 8ALEM, PA. THIS BANK IS A MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM The Strongest Hanking Association in the World We Invite You. Th.1. Buk ll ft Dftpoit. tor? for dOT- of CUtoa BUtM for VoBial Ian STltcm. TN RESOURCES, in pol- icy, and in performance, throughout threo-quartcrs of a century, The National Bank of Fayetto County has proved a thoroughly satisfactory hank connec- tion. T F YOU are not at present Aa depositor, we believe the solid strength of this Institution and its friendly, confidential service will at- tract you. WE INVITE YOU TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US Tm NATIONAL BANK OF FAYETTE COUNT! M. U. Bowman, w4 KM TWt A UNIONTOWN'S OLDKST AND LARGEST BANK WE ARE ON OUR WAY TO KENTUCKY When We Get Back We Will Have Nothing To Tell You About The Trip. But Something MUCH MORE INTERESTING- We Think YOU WILL LIKT IT. Wait And See. But If KENTUCKY ROCK Is As Expensive There, As It Is Here, We Can Bring Back All We Want In Our Purse. If You Want To Know Sooner, You May AH! What's The Use, YOU KNOW! Standard Garage Co. J- W. LEE o. RUSH lUIK'K MARQl.'ETTE When Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Wilt Huitd Them TODAY What's the use of always weepln', Makln' trouble last? What's tho use of always keepln' Tlilnkin' of the past? Kach must have hia tribulation, Water with wine. T'ife. It ain't no celebration. Trouble? I've, hart mine But TODAY Is fine. It's today that I am livtn' Not a month ago; Flavin', losln', taklu'. pivln1, Aa time wills it so. Yesterday a cloud of sorrow Fell across the WAV; II may rain again tomorrow, It may say. Ain'i U fine TODAY? If you are sick and have tried oth- and failed 10 eel well, why nut see IT Sherry lodny. Phone .r'SS n Main Si.--Adv. School Tax Notice Five per cent additional will he charg- ed on all unpaid school lax on Octo- ber 1st, Office opened evenings of Sept. 2Cth, 27th, 2Sth and 3Dth. A. E. BAILEY, City Treasurer. (Advertisement) MISS MAJESTIC CONTEST STANDING 1 MARGARET KAIL GLADYCE MaclNTYRE FLORENCE GEARING DOROTHY KAIL THEUMA STOTHART ALBERTA BARKER ANDREW BAKUS AND 43 OTHER CONTESTANTS MISS MAJESTIC HEADQUARTERS (Advertisement) DRIVES VEHICLE WITHOUT LIGHTS Daniol Hamilton, Elizabeth. R. Dies In C'onnellsville Hos- pital; Others Hurt Daniel Hamilton. 22 years of Kllz.ibflh, n. D.. was fatally injured Saturday night about S o'clock when the motorcycle on ho rid- ing, in company with William Sorton also of Chvrabetli. II. D.. sldeswlned nu automobile being driven by Frederick Sehiffbauer on the Star Juiictlou- rprryopolls road near Hi-hard's nge. Hamilton was rushed to the COM- nellsville Stair Hospital where ho dled'Smulay murmur; at 4 o'clock, suf- fering irom a depressed fracture of u'.e skull. According to police reports the mo- torcycle was proceeding along highway at a good rate of speed and without any light with Hamilton driv- ing. When the two vehicles collided Hamilton was thrown en liU head while riorum was thrown to one sido and received bruises. He returned home. Mrs. Schttfbauer was also In Ihe automobile. The case was investl- (Coatinued on Page Eleven) BUILT UP ROOFS Asbestos and Asphalt Shin Roofs REPAIRING Fayette Roofing Co. 108 North Ueeson Avenue Telephone 1901 FOR strictly modern house. In refined neighborhood. 2 car sarage. Si- Uyrer Ave. I'houe 99J1-M.......Adv. CARD OF THANKS j wish to thank our many friends j for the kindness and sympathy shown j during the death of our wife and i mother, Mrs. Laura Craft. We wish to thank the choir of the Second Presby- terian, church and tlio Rev. James Clark. also wish to thank those who donated tho cars and tor tho beautiful floral tributes and those wlio assisted iu atiy way. I JAMES a. FAMILY I (Advertisement) NOTICE! MISS MAJESTIC HEADQUARTERS I WILL REMAIN OPEN ALL DAY1 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY INi ORDER TO GIVE ALL CONTEST-' ANTS THE PRIVILEGE OF CHECK-' ING THEIR BALLOT BOXES! SHOULD ANY DISPUTES ARISE. (Adveiiiscmeiil! j Richman's Clothes ALL W O O L 50 i'or Your SUIT TOPCOAT or OVERCOAT Try a RICHMAN and I Save {10 to JS.ultf. Sam Uernson ARcnl. cs w. Main St., 2nd l-'loor' I'lione rnlonloicn, ra. (AdverHsement i TYPEWRITERS HOME AT POPULAR PRICES REMINGTON ROYAL L. C. SMITH UNDERWOOD See Special Display, This Week Only Hora Is your opporttiulty to buy R Tyna- wrltor for your own correspondence, an well as for thn chtldnMi'a homo work. Rvnry mnchlno Kitarnntood. reduction THI3 WEEK ONLY You need ono. why not own ono? Terms as low as 16.00 per month. DULANY OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. Resident Salesman For AMERICAN WRITING MACHINE COMPANY NO. 9, NEW MASONIC BUILDING, UNIONTOWN, PA. "A Typewriter necessary tod.iy as School Books." Union Hose To. No. 1 will liavo special meetluj; Monday, Sept. so nt 8 I1. M. By Ordor of PRESIDENT Advertisement Furniture Repaired AND RE-UPHOLSTERED CALL BEESON'S UPHOLSTERY. PHONG 6Saj._ADV. SQUARE DANCE Every Tuesday at Gallatln Gardens. Hours to 12 p. m. Two prizes to the winners of door check number Music by Diamond Weddlnf] Orches- tra. Admission Gents 76c. Ladles 2Sc. (Advertisement) FOR KENT -Modern Imck house, 6 rooms, 2 finished rooms In ly p.irered and painted. Window shndes. furnnce. 104 H. Main St., near Court House. Inquire Moyer's, 10 llrondway.- Adv. Tuesdny nlclil. Oct. I. ot Italy Hull. CS, O. (Tele) tioiilil calllBR. Jolin McAiulrew, Adv. A GROWING INSTITUTION Conveniently Located THE UNIONTOWN NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY Member Federal Reserve System U. S. Depository AFE OUND ERVICEABLE Pays 4% on Trust Department Safe Deposit Boxes and Up WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS OFFICIAL INSPECTION STATION 3ct. 1 Every Automoblls on the Highway Must B 8 Prepared to Cara of Any Make of Car or FRANK D. SAUPP, INC. HARRY H. NIXON, Mgr. 259 E. Fayette SL Phone 32.1 50c on the DOLLAR for any merchandise left over at our warehouse, No. 86 South Street. GILMORE KHOADES CO.   

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