The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 18, 1930 · Page 9
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January 18, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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SATURDAY, JANTJAKY 18, 1930. PAGE NINE. Attaclcs MacBonal1% Armament Stand, I '-. _ ; ! Scotty Allan, famous Alaskan dog team ! driver,'and-two of his malemut.es,- with which Allan expects to lead the field in the Tahoc Sierras doer derby to be held between Takoe and Truckle, California, on January 31,-February 1 and 2. More than 20 teams will participate in the event. (Left Mrs. Esther Birdsall Darling, noted sportswoman* has been named honorary director* The Hop. W. G. Bridgeman, form; crly firflt Lord of-the Admiralty in the Cabinet of Stanley Baldwin, ha? . launched a strong attack against the: disarmament plans of the''government of Premier Mac-Donald. As chief speaker before the assembled .lenders of British maritime affairs, he put forth a resolution demanding; that Britain should be left free to fbc hvf own standard of naval needs, !A bomb sent wrapped.as a Christmas gift f-the 'exploded and killed the y o u n g ' b r i d e - w h o jopened it. Three brothers', a young sister and two other women were seriously injured. The tragedy .occurred in a home at Seat Pleasant, Md., a suburb of Washington, just east of the District*of Columbia line. Herman Brady, brother-in-law. of r bSADY slain woman, ia held in connection with ';he 'crime.. His brother''Lawrence, is detained as a "State's witness." The authorities are at present investigating the tragedy which 1 brought death to Mrs. Naomi Hill Brady, pretty young bride of Lawrence Brady. «eiuses ~A7« to Lover · .Who Killed Husband Man Conquers the Air After Years of Effort Lucky Boy and His Pekingese WRIGHT PX/AKTB Little Henry- Luck, Jr., of No. 2662 Sheepshead Bay, New ·'. York, holding his prize- winning Pekingese "Mr. Wu." This dog and nany others of his ilk were ·ntrants in the 20th annual Pekc show of the Pekingese Club of America. (International New- Governor of Virginia Mrs. Geneviave O'Brie/i, Chicago, refused to take the stand and testify in Die trial of-Howard Dorr, her alleged lover, charged with the murder of her husband, William O'Brien. Dorr, testifying in his own defense, declared the snoot- ing was accidental. R OM AMCC, fantasy, imagination, genius, all thesa elements iir.- but part of the fascinating story of man's efforts to find a machine that would carry him through '.he air, swiftly, efficiently"; From th. crude sketches of a flying machine to be driven by flapping wings, envisioned lino drawn by Leonardo du Vinci, the great painter, vho lived in the fifteenth century, to the blueprints of the Curtis Tanager biplane, it is a fascinating record of achievement accomplished often under tremendous diffculties. Dr. Samuel Pierpont L.-uigley, he great astronomer, who was aec- »tai-v o'' the Smithsonian Institu- tion at Washington, was one of the many-scicntistH who wo.ro fae- einated by the possibility of building a practical Hying- machine. He built a wonderful steam-driven model which flow 3,000 foot at Qimntico, Virjjhiia, on May 6, 1890. The success of the first heuvior-than-nir machine ever to bo flown in America emboldened L.anglcy to continue his experiments, and with the aid of a grant authorized by Congress, ho started to build a big man-carrying machine. The story of the unfortunate bo- pinning of a flight that ended in the Potomac rather than in the glorification of the inventor is too 20th Century Jean-'Valjeao JLosl in Snow-Covered Mountains of Nevada well known to need repetftio i. It ifi rwt so well known, howeve ·, that years afterward Glenn C urtise topL the.ill-fated machine an 1 successfully flew it at Hnmi londs, N. Y., thereby completely vh dicat- ing Dr. Langley. Gliding expuriment^ engaj ed the activitiea of many during th : closing years of the last centui /. in 1806 Octavo Chnnutc made rnnny types of glidcni, some of them weird five-decker 'contra'pli ns, in which, however, hi) made some very ; "cceKsful flights. He paved the waj; for the first efforts of the Wright'-brothers, whq were building motorleas gliding rnach nes in 1001. They made glides £ over Seekss Comeback GOO feet in, tholr trials and this encouraged them to install an engine. The rest i« clonely interwoven with the story of modern flying.' And now comes the whirr of the. propeller of-the wonderful machino that has been awarded the $100,000 safety prize by the Guggenheim Foundation. It has successfully passed every qualification test and is a biplane built by tho Curtifls Aeroplane Corporation, pioneers in the field aeronautics. The Curtiss Tanager biplane is indeed deserving of the description of foolproof, as it has conclusively- proved in the various testa. ji ay toys oeaua naimts Dying Film Sta* The recently elected Governor o{ Virginia, . John, : £tarland Pollard, whose inauguration .took place Wednesday, ' January JS,;.... with' unusual Gubernatorial pomp and :, ceremony, . , He succeeds Governor ' Harry Flood ^ Byrd, brother, of the famous Arctic " '". explorer. ·Oklahoma's.- 1 former g vernbr, Henry S. Johnston,' who wa,s iron peached laat spring on : charge of hicompetency, has ar nouhced his candidacy for the Democratic nomina.tion for United SI ites senator. He says h.is camp lign wjll bj against "boodlers a id' Tjrtbc !" in public.-of ic»' Charles Young, pictured with his .wife nn{ .-luldren, aged 46, e.'.YMj.nd from an Auburn prison camp in New Yuvk State on March 0"l!'20. After nine years spent in earning an honest living, during Which time he hns married and had four chi-drcn. Younc? has f a l l e n into the hands of New York authorities at Philadelphia niul will be taken brick to prison to serve the ren niiiinp year and a h'lW of his thr«e-yoar sentonr". The u l e n t i f t c a - i o i i of the escaped prAitnor followed"his arrest bcr-.-nue of allcjfod stolen goods in. his possession. _ . . . sssas Maurice Graham, ace of western a\ intion circles, three of whose closest friends are now searching for him i n . the , anpw-filieci 'mountain's of Nevada, where he' haa been miaaing since Saturday. Although they are flying "blinci" over the «ir trails which thoy opened four years ago, Graham's ·pats are prepared to taka every risk in tires ir search i'nr their friend. Despite Conviction 9en G. Finke, former dry ace, still smiling broadly after a jury found him guilty )/ accepting a $1,000 bribe in exchange for the protection of a $10,000 liquor cache. He faces a maximum term of three yrrirs in prison, mid a fine of $3,000. An aspirin tablet ilropiv d in tlin ..jvatcr In '.v.lilejv.- '-ill -fln era are "*nrrirc-sOfvo t h e r The memory of the William Desmond Taylor murder mystery continues to haunt Mabel Nornumd- aa she battles for life in a sanatorium at Monrovia, California. The actress is lighting for life against the white plague. Both her lungs are affected and she has been bcii- riddcn for months.

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