The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 9, 1930 · Page 11
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January 9, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 11

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1$30. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNHLLSVI LLB, PA. ews All Rome Jubilant at Koyal Weddiii I 9f .. ; · KINTG VICTOR. 5 WEEN HELENA With a festive air prevading thecity, its residents worked tmuch in evidence. Colored electric bulbs were strung ffuriously to deck Rome in gala array for the wedding of (Princess Marie Jose and Crown Prince Humbert. Flags and '.bunting were hung everywhere. Garlands of flowers were Resting in Comfort across many street, where dancing in picturesque costumes, military processions and religious ceremonies were to be held during the six-day jamboree following the wedding 1 .; Pair of Pretty 'Tars' Left to right, Misses Julia JVorus, 18, of South Boston, Mass., and Phyllis Contest?., 18, of Qmncy, Mass., dressed in sailors' uniforms, in which they were held by police of Girls said they ht'.d attended B. party with two sailors, who handed over their suits and dared the girls to walk ahoat the strtts in thorn. {l"tarnittoA] Nawsrokl) BOBBY JONES, JR., IN SOCIETY, Screen star pictured above finds her rest periods cisy to take when wcaria£ a red and white pajama costume of satio fashioned in « sailor blouse style with wide flaring trouser;;, Artist Overcome in Fire Charles E. Moberly, Capito| artist, was overcome by smoke of a blaze said to have started in Moberly*s office-studio in the south wing of ths United States Capitol. The fire which followed eo closely upon the spe-ctacular Christmas Eve fire that gutted the White Hou.se qxecutive offices, is said to have cauaed damage estimated at $3,000. Robert Tyre Jones III, whose daddy is none otlw than the famous Bobby .foncs of Atlanta, national open golf champion, makes his bow in Georgia society with little Miss Lewia Baker at her birthday · .... party. . . . Victim of Movie Plane Tragedy, Ecwl Meets West In Cinema World Conrad Wells, well-known chief cameraman, lost his life in a crash between tWo planes used in taking pictures over the Pacific, pictured as he appeared recently while engaged i.a his camera work. Both Wells and Max Gold, assistant director, who also lost his life, jumped *s r/i? planes plunged. Miss Al-Llng Wu, well- t/iown pillar of the Shanghai moving picture industry, with' a fair-skinned colleague of the Western world, Mrs. Doughis Fairbanks, better fcnow/j as Mary Picklonl, The meeting occurred during the recent visit of Doug and Mary to China, where they were lavishly entertained. Uncle Sam's SI Yacht-.Purchase ,U. P. Morgan's beautiful and luxurious fracht the Corsair, which its owner has fturned over to the Department of Com- Imerce for use in coast survey. As a formal- Sty, the sum of $1 was paid for the ship, (but it is estimated that its purchase will save the Government at least $450,000. The vessel v/ill be. renamed the "Oceano grapher. (Eight) . Captain N. B. Porter, turns over the yacht to Captain Fred L. Peacock of the Coast and Geodetic Survey. (Inset) J. P. Morgan. ' England Resumes Russian Relations Left to right: Sir Esmond Ovcy, the first Britieh Ambassador to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics since the ending of diplomatic relations between the two countries in 1927; Mr. Rotstein, a member of the Colleffe. of the People's for Foreign Affairs; Comrade Kalinin and Comrade Litvinoff. The scene is laid in the groat Kremlin PaJace, Moscow, Sir Ovey presented his credentials. Commerce Officials Inspect Glider /Supervising Inspector George Gardner of ·the Department of Commerce in the pilot's Iseat of a Glider which was tested at Roose- Svelt Field, L. L, as a preliminary step in the establishment of a Glider school in connection with the aviation field. The Glider at one time reached a height of 100 feet. Statistics Congress in Mexico President Emilio Fortes Gil, of Mexico (seated, second from left, rear), inaugurating the Statistics Congress of the Mexican Government. This is a radical department from any other form of Mexican Leg- islation and was determined upon by the present administration, as a basis, for wiser legislation. The inauguration took place in the Pan-American Hall of the National Palace. . . . . . . . .

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