The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 5

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, January 14, 1939
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 1-1, 1WJ. PAGE FlVJfi. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNEI,LSVILLE. PA. .Max Constant (right), winner of the New York to Miami race, feature of the All-American air maneuvers in Miami, is shown with Ueut,-Comm. Russell Holder-man, second-place flier, whom he beat by'37'seconds. Cento?, is Mrs. Holdermnn, who stowed nway in her husband's plane, and according to av-iation experts, added enough weight to make him lose. Chief Clarence Wright questions Henry G. Begin in a cell at the Lebanon, itf. 3., jail following Bcprin's surrender in connection Tith the murder of ·N. ii., jail following ticgm's surrcnuer in connection \mn tne murccr 01 Mrs. i'ricda Edson, 28, divorced uothor, whoso unclad body -34* found in ·Bcgin's beauty parlor. Police fay Begin confessed shooting occurred after she allegedly laughed in his face. ALBANY STATE CAPlTOt HfflCRHSWllKKG This television transmitting station, being built in the Hcldcrbcrg Mountains twelve miles from Schcncc- · tady,. N. Y,, will be the most powerful in the U. S., with an output of ten kilowatts. Built by General Electric, it will transmit to an area including Schcncctady, Albany, Troy, Amsterdam and Saratoga. Tho tower to the left will support the receiving antenna, the next will be used to broadcast pictures, nnd tho one to the right will broadcast tho voice that accompanies tho picture. .(Centrai Prcei) Airs. Susan Brandcis Gilbert, New York attorney, has been mentioned for ' appointment to the Federal Court of the Southern District of New York. Washington reports indicated her father. Associate Justice Louis Brandeis of the U. S. Supreme Court, in ill health, might retire if his daughter is elevated. (Central Prcsi}, .Miss I,cslie Bogcrt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Bogert, New York 'socialites, enjoys the sun at Palm Beach, Fla., where she is wintering. Miss Bogcrt is wearing a chic printed play salt. ; General Gcno Sugiyama Is shown as jhe arrived n$ Peking to succeed ^General H. Terauchi as commandcr- ,in-chicf of tho Japanese' army in * North China, with supreme powers jovcr China's conquered millions. Sugiyama, now 59, was n hero of · the Russo-Japanese Wjar.. Colin F, Kane prepares t cut th'e cnTcc nt party mnrkinc hia 109th blrtH- xlay, at home of his son 'in East Boston, Mass. With him is.his ercat jTranddauRlitcr, Marilyn Kane, 3,'of Maiden. Kano attributes his Ions: liio to moderation in drinking smoking and catinr*. This general scene shows the onnsaal accident at St. George's, Del., when the .freighter Watikega* crashed info and demolished St. George's bridge. Bridge nnd boat were badly damaged. Bridge leader wa» killed, his assistant badly Harry L. Hopkins takes oiT his glasses as ho prepares to emphasize ·» poinh during his appearanco before the Senate commerce committee in Washington, to defend his administration of work relief. The committee passed.upon his qualifications for the post of Secretary of Commerce, to which ho-was nominated by President ·Roosevelt. Mrs. Muriel Constance Woodworth Hart, widow of the oil millionaire, is pictured in New York with her nonce, Paul Felix Warburg, member of the famous banking family. Mrs. Hart's first husband was killed four years ago in a plane crash. Warburg was divorced in Reno by his first wife, the former Jean Stettheimcr, of Sau Francisco. Climax of a Horatio Alger career comes to Clarence A. Bcttman (above) with his nomination as first- chairman of thb hoard of govci nors of the New York Curb Exch inp ;. A native of Hoboken, N. J., thu bi oker "tartcd his career in the ma;-ke- just thirty years ago as a runner, rising rapidly to his present prominence in Wall Street. (Central P 'cm) «^« :: ^^s r : « ***? An airliner is loaded with supplies on the ice off tho Frisian Islands, in the North Sea, near tho Netherlands coast, before setting out on a mercy flight to shipg frozen fast in the ico around the islands, thickest in many .ypaivi. Many airliners -were taken ofT their regular schedules to drop food and other supplies to the marooned vessels. Bowie naiti (left), IG-ycar-oId brother of John Haiti, 14. ol Cnrte'ret, N. J., who was killed in n. ii'jt fight, is comforted by Boy Scout William Szemcjiak. who wielded the blow. Kaiti family gave tho Scout their for- ·givcncss when it-wns learned William was attempting to take part of bmuiler boi-a.

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