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nothing our next this along II children will be hear listen give be rewarded self-approval we've in himself. that And: the that It who. from estate w.- down and estate, Fight Ends In Tragedy; Probe Made An Inquest will be held tomorrow afternoon Into the death of Paul Bredau, 40, of Phillips", who died In the Un- ohtowh hospital Christmas morning from Injuries suffered in a fight with Stanko Guberna in the Phillips Works raller house, Coroner S. A. Baltz announced this morning. The coroner,ha* been busy Invest!-1 --, gating the tragedy. According to 'ormntion given to him the 1 used when Ouberna fought wlthou( Kansas here upper the box denfenae. Bredlau had beerr"plrttlrig" on Buberha for some tlr.lf, Dr. Baltz announced he had nvJsou-to believe, finally Bubernotnn]*d.jMid fought back and the en"t^*wMfile ended in Bredlau BUflc,..fa Jk. 'fractured skull which c " "".'.IS death, the county ot- ncif 1 " 1 "'.''··' °° j ' ; '' ; -'iOfltft of Bredlau's death, will be1olu"io'the coroner's Jury at the rh- quest. as ' · The body has been removed to the funeral home of J. E. Sims of: Con- nellsvllle. '. Funeral service will be, held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in" thp"-*oermau Lutheran church at Con. ijji.-;»nie with interment in Hill Grove W^.wy.. Bredlenu was a former resident of Broad Ford. County authorities are investigating the incidents surrounding the fight in which Paul Bredlau, 40, of Phillips, wai fatally injured. According to tome reports his assail- merrymakers much or A survey and its- f death overindulgence of last January years to listed include National CANTOR TO Music , . ,, . _ , . . ,,,, thn oRDortunlty ant was Stanko Guberna, 60, also of T"hniltWt. *rhn Is In t.hft rnntifcv 1o.11 a waif.. Phillips, who Is in tho county jail await Ing the action of a coroner's jury. Bredlnu died-in the Unlontown hospital Christmas morning at 4 o'clock of a fractured skull. According to the' authorities, one source of Information declares the trouble, started when Bredlau reported to the Phillips boiler house to relieve Om- bema. Bredlau was a former yard boss in his Committees . . . » -- -- - -- - , - · « TM and had been given a position in the I folk boiler house, ouberna was the regular Italian fireman and was working four and flve and days a week while the other man tolled i* only one and two days. ---· ' Bredlau criticized ·Guberna'i fir* and then the fight started, it 1* claimed. Bredlau struck Guberna who retaliated, the hreport states, and Guberna struck Bredlau with a piece of iron bar, causing the fracture. Others declare Guberna was the only person to strike a blow. Bredlau wai knocked down with his fists and in falling the victim's head struck an Iron door on the furnace, causing the frao- ture. Bredlau Is single. cantor, high der the Dorshey It will appearance in been in sponsorship. One half over to progran^and of one maMy 9,000 ening State Scottish

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  1. The Evening Standard,
  2. 26 Dec 1929, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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