The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 28, 1930 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, January 28, 1930
Page 10
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f'UEi TrTN. THE DAEUY COURIER, CONNELJ^ WTUUK, PA. TUMSDAY, JANUARY S8, l .! His Attack Made Base ' of $1,000,000 Suit A cleric from the sheriff's office handed a summons to R worn, elderly man lying: on a cot in tha county jail hospital at Los Angeles. By this act, Alexander Pan- tagos, vaudeville magnate, was served with a summons in n $1,060,000 suit filed by Mrs. Lou Irene Prmgle on behalf of her* 17- year-old dnnjfhter, Eunice, fo» whose attack Pantages is in jail ;· Awaiting appeal from a sentence ot one to fifty years. Cost Love Blamed fe'y Youthful Ban lit Lead College Ball Jofeu. D. Bocl'.efeller, casting aaida fiojc e moment hia mnety long ^ years, Btejw aboard an aarplaac at Qranond Beach, Flo,, to enjoy i hia first ride- The fact thut tha plant! did not laava tfcui ground* did not seem to affect the oil king's enjoyment in the slightest for, after a merry spin on torrn firma, he presented Pilot vv ~ s ' '"· a back and the lafcterts wife with aom shiny new^d 1 Thick Ice Pack Blocks ^ Ol * s bliip Picture shows the gigantic ice-floes of the t n daring explorer unable to escape from "Antarctic where his flagship is battling thu the icy wastes. (Lower) The camping ice-borgs, (Left) Commander Richard grounds of Byrd and his party; ori their, Byrd as he w'aa photographed on arrival i arrival in. Little America. in Little America. (Center) The plierht of RED CROSS AIDS FLOOD VICTIMS "Afternoon" 'Coat .1 · . -- ' V^V-J- ~ Food supplies and clothing are being rushed into the southern Indiana districts now under water by the Chicago chiipU : of the American Red Cross. Photo shows Mrs. Grtce B. Pettongill, left, »nil Mrs. G, L, Frisbce packing boxes at the R.'d Cross headquarters. They hop« to alleviate the distress of thou ;ands who have been forced to flee their tiij HUE. LlSBE'ftt J APIN is delightfully soft and ligh\ 1--i In weight. Collura of this pop. nlar f u r muke » most becoming bacl ground for a woman's face. It la therefore, one of tha most popultu fi'-.s shown this season. Pictured Is an entjra coat ol lapln, It la mortlshly but conservatively Ktyletl. aud with It 'n worn u soldi luit and long kid gloves, whloh ar« very smr.rt wJicn worn witb such au Mra. Evolyn EaravJTe, 18, 5 1 isaid to hiivc confessed how she broke into a West Bridgewtw, tfass,, homo and atol* ?6.BOO ia £1 rnbh^ ~xst lova i« iwld U hav« h«r to_ff«Tn3Bit'tJu} t ladlcted in Coorl I Ipobe Fowrner Mayor E. B, Jm myn of i Scranton Us one of h 78 i cfTlciola and civilian resit enta o.f Lackawanna County wl o havo been Indicted by a grand jury in the sweeping probe that u being rnade of an alleged alot .txaohino ffamblfag: ring including; t lores of prominont perBons. , ermyn's term, as auvyor expired Januwy Sheriff Gomor 0. Da-via of Lack- j awamrn Co-anty, Scran :on, Pa., who has baan indicted p 'ong with i 11 others, including hi -h pnblie { officials in all parts of tl e county, in connection \vith a; alleged ; rifrantic graft rhifj op irated in :onnection v/ith slot machine I gambling and "protectio »." Davip ; la believed in some qi artera to i ba one of the count} officials mentioned by Sam Gr \ubart aa having received money from tha ' latter for alleged improonr i purposea. ·' Mexxcan Min istel ·"; Must Leave JKiissia) A statement by Gener: 1 Estrada (above), Foreign Mi lister of Mexico, revealed that th ; Mexican Minister at Moscow tuu been ordered to leave Russia sc -'era! days ago, and that all othc -a in the Embassy personnel wer · directed to quit the Upssinn cap tal as an "act of protest." The ireak was Vjronght about'by recen Communistic manifestations bei jre Mexi- cmbasoies. One million dollars--that's tho sum Eunice Pringie, dancer, wants as damages from Alexander Pantages, vaudeville magnate now ·orying jaal term on the girl's charge that ha attacked her in his Los Angeles office last Aupwrt. When the Irne forms for the grand march at tbe annual R, 0. T. C. ball at Michigan State college, East Lansing, it will he led by Barlow Meno, of St. Claire, Mich., cadet colonel, and Miss Jane _ Hairc, of Detroit both above. - WHERE BYRD PARTY FACES POSSIBLE STARVATION a Relief measures arc under way to rescue Rear Admiral Richard E, Byrd, inset, and his 42 men from another winter in Little America, as death by starvation or freezing threatens the party. Several K'or-i wegian whaling ships are believed to be in the vicinity of tha Ross sea, among them the C. A. Larson, belovf, which may succeed in battering- their way through the ice pack to the marooned men. Map shows the location of the heavy ice ( which prevented the City o£ New York, above, from taking fresh food supplies to the Byrd aartu. .. -.-. - - New Parisian Creation ; In Afternoon Dresses '_ Blamvs Durant for Crash (One af the newer afternoon \dresses showing res! Alencon lace icollar sad tie and cuffs. Diamond- shaped shirrings at front, back '·snd sides and flsre.d skirt give it Iffie stump of up-to-dateness. An ·"Agnes" model turban of the same is worn with the. dress. _ Elizabeth C, Hudson, former wife of Percy Hudson, millionaire broker snd member of an old New York family, charged that W. C. Durant, motor magnate, "secretly pocketed' more than $1,000,000 of the profits" of the Ungerleider Financial Corp. It has been reported thai she lost $700,000 in her Ungerleidnr stock. (iJitflrUiSllnii Nuw-sroal)

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