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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, PENN'A., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1929 TWO CENTS Court to Grant Indefinite Stay to Snook WALNUTS PIAMOND BRAND NO. 1, MIXED NUTS, CRANBERRIES, LB. SWEET POTATOES, a LBS. ONIONS, 10 LBS.----------------'-----2SC CABBAGE, 8 FLORIDA ORANGES, DOZ. .20o GRAPEFRUIT, 3 FOR 1CEBERQ LETTUCE, 3 HEADS-Jl-ZGp BALDWIN APPLES, Central and Court House Fruit Markets (Advertisement) TUNE IN TO STATION WMMN SUNDAY BE- TWEEN B AND 6 P. M. FOR PRO- GRAM OF POPULAR ORCHESTRA MUSIC AND SINGING. THIS IS THE J. C. TIRE CO. RADIO HOUR EVERY SUNDAY. J. C. TIRE CO. OYSfERSTQT. 75c Oysters, per Frtsli fish, par Ib. -------------------15o JTreali crab meat, per Fresh scallops, per Ib.---------------10c Smoked flnan hnddle, Ib.----------35c Stilt mackerel large size, Z for-----25c WHOLESALE and RETAIL Baltimore Fish Market 19 W. PENN ST. PHONE (Advertisement) CHICKENS Young corn fcil chickens for Thanks- giving. See El W. Schroyer, Cool- Spring Road, Hopwood. Next to Splnd- Jer's Green House. Phono 6207-R-2S. (Advertisement) LILLIAN'S SHOP Announces a Reduction of 50 PER CENT On All Ready-Made Pattern Hats 701 Bldg. Phone 2169 TODAY ONLY1 Mountain Veal, Lamb and Pork Prices Veal etew, In. -.......------......-20c Veal shoulder roast, Ib.------------26c Lamb stew, Ib. -----------------------We Lamb shoulder roast, Ib......-__30c Legs lamb, Ib. -----------------------3 POULTRY STILL IX5WBR Bumgarner's Market (Advertisement) FOR Butchering Supplies Wilbur Rhoades, Hdwe Corner Beeion Boulevard And Church Street NEMACOLIN GIRL KILLED IN CRASH OF AUTOMOBILE By Associated Press Nov. 22, Mavjorio Geiuo, S months, was killed today when her father, John Gerao of Nemacolin, Greece coun- ty, lost control of automobile on a rough detour of the Greens- burg road In Plum township, Alle- gheny county. The car crashed Into a tree. Mrs. Gemo suffered three broken ribs and was taken to the home of her parents at Oak- 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 Unlontown District, Dr. Burr R. MeKnlght, General Chairman Ward Quota Than Half of Quota ettc County Amount to Balance Date Needed Firat J. C. Second Ward -.Miss Louise Shelby___600_________438.00___...... 62.00 Third H. S. Hewitt_____200_________ 74.50_________125.50 Fourth J. H. Collins_____100_________ 9D 00__........ 1.00 Fifth Geo. W. Hibbs_____ 62.80 Sixth S. Ray Shelby___..... 400_________205.00- for Fay- Seventh J. C. DRIVE PROGRESS CHECKED UNIONTOWN MAN GETS TAX REFUND OFJ38.fll7.92 G. P. Fitzgerald Overassesse for Income Tax for 1918; Rev- enue Hearing Held -'195.00 90 oo Eighth C. P. 197.00___'-____203.00 Miller C. A. Murphy___100_________ 75.00_______ 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 Wel- Ass'i'i., In K. V. nidir., Nov. 24 at 1 p m. Every Slovak Is welcome. (Advertisement) RHUBARB, ASPARAGUS, ARTI- CHOKES, BRUSSEL SPROUTS, BRO- COLLI, CAULIFLOWER, SPINACH, GREEN BEANS, OREEN PEAS, GREEN PEPPERS, EGGPLANTS, MUSHROOMS and CUCUMBERS. Central and Court House Fruit Markets (Advertlaament) COMMISSIONER EXPLAINS By GEORGE H. MANNING Washington Correspondent of The Morning Herald The onue today announced that he has re- Wltli leas than a week to go, re- sults of the annual Red Cross Roll Call show only slightly more than raised, 'Red Cross headquar- ters reported yesterday. The sum i9 less than halt of the total quota as- signed to Fayetto county by National Red Cross authorities. In making the announcement, John Davis, county Roll Call chairman, urged upon work- era ngalu, the necessity for Increased activity in order to obtain the re- mainder ot ihe quota for the county before the roll call closes on Thanks- giving Day. Mr. DavlB held a conference witU chapter officials yesterday for the purpose of checking the progress of the campaign. David Bennett of Menalleu town- ship, J. C. Lnick of Nicholson town- ship, W. S. Conwell of Connellsvllle, 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, ofB- yesterday. 1th Bllghtly more than CONDEMNED MAN SAVED BY WORD OF CHIEF JUSTICE Court of Appeals Finds Suoob Was Mistreated by ing Attorney. ACT HELD DELIBKRATB Allegheny Judge Shoots Employe uuuu iuua.y BUUUUIIUHU uiai uo utia iu-i ,t funded to O. P. Fitzgerald of Union- ls.-lefd.lns the districts m town the Bum of after u Bounty, offlclali reported. ovcrasaessed', -Pp. drive for Red Cross con- C-O-A-L Jamison 12c Dumped; I3c Shor- McClnln Coal 100. Call 2R4-W. 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