Richard Tate Killed 25 July 1949
visited accompanied in his of they the Florist by daughter. son, Mrs. Mrs. Edenborn Night Club Operator Killed As Coupe Strikes Tree. Richard Tate; 42, of Edenborn, a night club operator, was killed j a t 8:45 o'clock Sunday 1 and four of his companions injured when he swerved his 1 vertible coupe to avoid a collision and crashed into i. tree at Car-' i michaels. Tate, who was reportedly reportedly driving with the top down! on his coupe, was thrown from cur, and suffered a fractured skull.-| Others injured in the crash! were Michael Kusniur, Jr., 22, 1 21 North Beeson boulevard, Â· Uniontown; Bill Clark, 31, of Mc- Cellandtown, and John Clark, 35, and John Hnottavage, 31, both Edenborn. j The victim was a former Fay. Fay. ette county baseball star and j e r and operator of Twin at Edenborn. He was a member I of the F. O. Eagles of Uniontown. i Surviving are his widow, Mrs. I Margaret Betlish Tate; three children, children, Margaret, Rita and Richard, Jr.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tate of Edenborn; three brothers, Joseps of Masontown and Anthony and Robert Tate home, and three sisters, Mrs. Gladys Mish of Edenborn, Mrs. i Jennie Shutty of Masontown and I Mrs. Eleanor Urbany of Balti- jmore, Md." "