The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 8, 1930 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, January 8, 1930
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PAGE TKX. i, CONN.EL LSVILL1U, FA. WEDNESDAY, .3ANUAKV 6, r,,5i. KOKF, SUWMTiR, HOUSE, 'OCTAGON 1 HOUSE -WHITE HOUSE !8)4-I8J5 wore HOUSE IJ DUPONT CIRCLE- WHITE HOUSE U '.E.D BY PRESIDENT COOL-IDG Ayenoa, in own M the . "Octegtral used . by Abraham Lincoln as \ where President Herh*rt tr« Max V slier, astronomer and rocket ear inventor, oif Berlin Germany, Rented in Ms nevy-fcjnp.e recoil automobile which burns a fwel camposed of carbonic raid and. benzine. The driver's aet is in the center of the streamline vehicle. In tha front of th« car nro lonr fuel containers, whllo two are located in the roar. The lirat teat of the new speedster proved Bxteceaaful as attested by the cheering throng behind Valler, which witnessed tiie test on too Avua Heads Radio Corporation at 39 First Lady of America j Legation in Egypt j^lL * 9 rf"" i· «Tl "WWT T'fr China s biyil WarHuman David Sarnoft came to the United States as an · immigrant from southern Russia when a child. He ws elected president of the Radio Corporation of America. At thus age of 39 he takes over the active direction of the great corporation, in which he 'has been a power f o r many years. (lTii4i nnttottal Woundfcl soldiers Jy; ig on th«r »tretrherR on Hie open phitforsn of :hc railway BtaUon LoyaQ^, Chiiwi, where th«y are aiwiiiting tio tnyn that will carry thai t to the city hospital m The N .tionaiist Government waa "on the brink of collapse" WJKJH the tidt of battle finally turned, accord-ing to General Chianir Kai-Shek, president of the NattonaJiat Govem- Acclaimed Hero of Chinese Struggle Saemiscli, New German Finance Minister Fate of EleTson Searchers Hidden An interesting portrait study at Mrs. Franklin Mott-Gunthor, wif of the American Minister to Egypt Before her marriage she WK Louise Bronson Hunnewell, o! New York. Her huwbartd wai previously Counaellpr of the Atnor lean Embassy at Rome, Italy, and also Chief of the Division of Most- can Affairs in the Department " r Stato. Mother Sentenced Hcrr H. Saemisch, the new Ger- rmiii finance minister, succeeds Dr. Hilu-rding, who resigned under preo-surp of ;iil political parties n Germany, The many political /arties contended that FliUferding (fat; flrh'ins; the Government into ismkruptcy,. Pat He:d, flight commander of tho Aviatioa Corporation's' Bielson relief ex|it y dition, is missing with his two mechanics after their plant!,' "The Montreal" encountered an Arctic stoi-jn while searching foi- Kieltfon and Borland. Mf ' crs of the reiief expedition arc *,f l.h.-' opinion that ReiJ lauded in a haven atom: the coast to wait for the storm t/» subside. On burglary and grand theft charges, Mrs. Mary Kavanaugh, of Los Angeles, said to bo an expectant mother, has been sentenced to San Quentin penitentiary for from two to 15 years. Her husband, Edward, received like sentence. Mrs, Kavanaugh'a {application'for'probation has bean -1 " . denied. . For the second tinur wit', bin fotir months Superior fudge Emmet 'Wilson, of Los Angeles, condemned ·jn unborn child to begin its life behind the gray walls of Ssn Quentin Prison, when he « refused the probation p/en of Mrs. Masy Kaviwaugh, 23, Judge Wiliion sentenced the girl, with her hutibar.idf Edward /i. Kavanaugh, to a prison term of from 1 to 15 years, for robbery. \ (Intaruatiount General Hsu Yuan-Ci au, Nationalist Army command ar, is today hailed throughout Nationalist! China as the savior of its cautie. Yuan-Chau IB creditec! with a large 1 part of the victory over the stubborn rebels of Central and Southern China, against whoeo forces of 70,000, le! by General Feng, he led his own amry of 40,000. Notice the busine,'j-like, American style of fo mtain pen in the general's pocket. C-«ist (Utani cnuers anchored peacefully ftt P or ' Swttjii la'snd, N. Y. It was o:T ' !); C5ifto'a, , . . 'd of Uii'i pi-'f '-hat the rum-runner Tenya s; nk t."- li^tiot- had been taken oil', aUejredly or evidi-nce. Conpnssman LorinR M. Black,-of New York, refers to the Const Guardsmen as "" in h's telejjritnt to SecreUiry Mellon in w-iieh he arka for an investigation. View of tho Communii tic ien-fc nstratidn in front of the Mexican Embassy at Waahinffto i, D. C., as paradera, many of them young #iris, bore signs denour .-ing: Ortiz-Rubio, President-Eleet of Mexico. Several were arroi:-ted fter Ambassador Tellez protested, but wera later reieastid. George E. Hucldns, above, has been placed under arrest at Excelsior Springs, Mo, He and his father, Elmer Hue! ins, vrlio recently gave himself up at Wau- tonia, Wis., must faca fraud charges at Cedar Kapids, la., as a result of civ-! wuita growing out of their mysterious business that purported to pay investors as high us 62 per cent interest. May Replace Davis In - railway circles the appointment of W N. Doak, vice president of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, is bc-in^ urged to succeed James J. Davis, below, as secretary of labor, who resigns his post on March 4. Davis is considering opposing Senator Joseph 11. Grundy in the Pennsylvania primaries or possibly running for the t'ubernatorial nomination. In Nebraska Battle Friends of Gunern! John J. Pushing, to !3 , are urging him to onter the senatorial race in Nebraska against the veteran Republican incumbent, George W Norris, below. chief O f the senate insui-. Brents. Porshing has not committed himself beyond sayinjr ho hna ; given the matter no thought J

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