The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 13, 1930 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Monday, January 13, 1930
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' PAGEs. DAILY COTTRIBR, CnNNELLSVILLE, PA. MONDAY, JANUARY 13, lu;U, ^ r omen Witnesses t · on Senate Floor Miss Rath Patterson, of New York (left) and Evelina Southworth, of New Orleans, both silk exports, were the first women, other than members of Congress, to be admitted on the door of the Senate while it was in session. Despite one of the oldest traditions of Congress, Vice-' President Curtis ruled that the two ·women be allowed into the sacred chamber. Intor national v .World War Veteran Decries Prohibition Sex Fight Revived Brip.-Gen. Clarence R. Edwards, wartime commander of the 26th (Yankee) Division, believes that simultaneous parades with floats throughput the country ns un anti- prohibition demonstration would be oxtremely effective. He said, at a luncheon at Boston, "1 am convinced that this prohibition law is the 1 ' saddest thing that ever han- pencd to Sex i-ontrovorsy in universities tigain comes into the limelight ai the report of the American Association of University Professor* is made public. The report soveri ]y rebukes President Stratton I), Brooks of the I/niversity of Missouri, top, and the university board for suspending Max F. Myer, below, and Harmon 0. D£- grafF, professors, because they sanctioned circulation of a se:c (-'Quostionnairn hv students. Substitute for Pastor-Husband Mrs. C. !i. Kichlin*,', wife of the pastor of the Oratipcvillc, Punnsyl- vani.i Reformed Church, is filling the pulpit durii g the current illness of her husband. She has been preaching in all i Kree churches in frhe cour try charge whidi ha? a membership of 300. '.jhurch-croer? declare she i-npably fills the place of her husband. It is - a i d that most, of tii *ern on:* dalivercd by Mrs. Kichline are extemnoruieous. [Women- to: Meet 'lor | EWorld Peace MISS RUTH KOREAN FRAU DOROTHEE VOW MRS. CARRI5 CHAPKAM CATT KKE. MARfg. LOUISE PUECH I F talk can- do it, there,will bo more war I Prior to the opening 1 of ttte conference in London, the annual conference of the Cotn- rnfttee on thr Cause and Cart; of (War ta bo convene in Washington, iD. C. i Three wera«a of prominence in their respective countries in Eu- rcpo u well as a fair representative from the Orient, will bo present at the meetings to be held at the Hotel Wajsaington. from Janu- uary 14 to 17, Bach delegate Is armed with thp good wishes of her countrywomen and the benevolent wishes of her Government, for sucii an exchange of sentiments and speeches between women of different nationalities can but further the cause of universal \rn- ssmra which s necessary to- · peace. Thei f oreJjfn riuiU ra Jnclade Miss K«tM'i«n D. Oourtn y, wh* is honorary secretary *o ' the British Woman's Peace ( rusade; Prau, Dorothy von Valse i, one of the best known fentinint a of Germany; Madame Marie Loni w Peusch, who ia the Fronch viee-p resident of the Internationa! Fedei ition of University Wcinien. Ji pan is Moding Mrs. Tfume Gaunt ett, who haa been instrumental in organising Japan's woJnanhoo into earnest crusaders in. the e .use of peace. ML'ts Ruth Morsran, · /ho ia the vice- president of the N itional 1 League of Women Voters, fill participate in a forum on peat , to which the visitors will conti ibute. These women represent t ie five powers · Bout Between Sharkey ; and Seo'tt Left to right, btick rovr: William F. Carey, president of Ma'diaon Square Garden; George F. Getz, of the Illinois Boxing Commission, and Jimmie Johnston, co-manager of Phil Scott. Seated signing articles for the bout in Miami between Jack Sharkey of Boston and Phil Scott of London are Jo inny Buckley, manager of Sharkey; Frmk Bruen, vice-president of - Madison Sqiare Garden, and Charley Johnston, mj nager of Scott. Lone Eagle'Blazed a :Ne.w Trail Col. Charles Lindbergh and his wife Anne arrive in Los Angeles .on a tour of inspection of the T. S. A. T. It ia also rumored that thu Colonel will take over his new ship, which was built at the Lockheed Vega plan near Burbank, Calif. The Colonel ia picti red helping Ms wife from the plana in w-hic a they flew to Los Anereles. Assorted Colors Make Perfect Costume Beige and wine red have been combined for the . -\ costume '/ and .( accessories ' chosen. These ' . ? accessories ' consist of a bonnet style of hat with stitchings : in tan, tan kid gloves and a string of the red and black beads ' strung in a : black-^yed } Susan pattern. (International, who will participate in the London parleys. ; s : Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt Is to be chairman of the convention, and haa announced a comprehensive Hat of spenkerii. These will incladc Gen. Jan Smcta, of South Africa, who was a Boer · leader; but who haa since b o o n ' a stanch ally of BMtain. He ia one of the many distinguished warriors who ar« working ardently to banish the horrors of war from the earth, arid ill nddrese tb« 500 delegates at the banquet to be held at the opening of the conference. Prominont speakers are to review ths events previous and mib«t;qncnt to th« ' signing of the Kellopr pact, and will endeavor to devis* means to fl)l the gaps thai? are still gaping in tho wall of international understanding- Lonely, Decides to Die Helen Ralntzel, of Hyattsville, Md., recovering in Cahiialty Hospital, Washington, I). C.. from an attempted suicide by poisoning. The 18- ypar-old girl naid disappointment in love waa not hor motive. Sh* waa despondent over the fact Llmi :hc had no parents. __________ Rumania's Nev Member May of Regent Council This Is an exclusive portrait of Dr. Constantine Saratzeanu, new member of the Rumanian Regeni Council, who is guiding the destinies of the boy King Michae]'? ttsaim. W. N. Dciak, above, vice dent of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, is being 1 boomed for the post of secretary of labor in the Hoover cabinet to succeed James J. · Davis when the latter retires. Doak is the legislative representative of his organization in Washincton- , Telling Senate About Sugar Lobby H. A. Pike, New York sugar broker, as he appeared on the witness stand for the purpose of :j testifying to I the activities . of the sugar factions at 1 Washington. The Senate's lobby investigation committee has already summoned numerous witnesses in connection with its probe. (International Newsreol)

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