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 - my power in 1930 to keep thing* rolling rolling...
my power in 1930 to keep thing* rolling rolling along--especially on four wheels." give a camera another break." Just what does Mr. Tunney mean by that? the and in his county was mayor a Guberna Freed By Coroner In Bredlau Death Stanko Guberna, fireman at Phillips, waa exonerated from any hhune in connection with the death of Paul Bredlau, also a ·fireman, by a coroner's Jury yesterday afternoon. Bredlau's death occurred several hours after a fight with Guberna at Phillips on Christmas Day. Immediate cause of death was a fractured skull received during the fight. ttwas testified at the coroner's hearing hearing that Qiiberna had been cornered and threatened after he had been pursued pursued nearly the full length of the boU- er room at Phllllpo and was justified in striking down Bredlau. Quberna declared he struck Bredlau whose head struck a cast iron furnace door on the floor. Even after his injury Bredlau made a move as if to draw a revolver from his pocket and when Stanko summoned summoned a coal and iron policeman Bredlau notified the "cop" that Oubema should be placed under arreet because the latter latter had waylaid him as he had entered the door of the boiler room. George Reddy; fugitive from justice, was blamed for the death of Elizabeth Byrd, 19 year old hegress, who was stabbed to death December 27 "at Jamison Jamison near Perryopblls, the coroner's jury decided. Reddy la said to have interrupted a conversation between the girl and another man hi the parlor of her home and shouted "You know I told you about this before," With these words he drew a revolver and snapped it several times holding, the weapon close to the woman. Only one cart- ridge'was discharged, it was testified, the nullet going into the ceiling. The girl fled, pursued by Reddy, the jury was told, and after a chase the man ran a large knife through the apex of her heart. T. S. FERGUSON Mrs. T. 8. Ferguson, aged 82 years, died at her home, 42 West Peter street, Monday morning, at 2 o'clock* of Infirmities Infirmities incident to age. Mrs. Ferguson Ferguson Is survived by her husband and the following children: Mrs. Edna Bowen of Mertden, .Conn., Mrs. Martha Gent of Unlontown, T. Y. Ferguson of Huntington, Huntington, W. Va,, Henry Ferguson of Devil'* Fort, W. Va., and 8. J. Ferguson of Levet*. Col Funeral services will be held In the home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial will be in Sylvan Heights cemetery. It is said that Alexander Dumas, the author of "The count of Monte Crlsto," Is the author of more than poultry and this one a and midnight. No entries m also exhibition at they

Clipped from The Evening Standard31 Dec 1929, TuePage 8

The Evening Standard (Uniontown, Pennsylvania)31 Dec 1929, TuePage 8
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