The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 6, 1938 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, January 6, 1938
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" R10HT. THE DAILY COURTT3R, CONNKLLSVILL.1!, PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 103o. Thirteen-yenr-ola 1 Gloria Vandcrbilt, long-time object of custody battles between her mother and her aunt, Mrs. Gertrude Vandcrbilt Whitney, it pictured nt a New Year dance in New York -with on unidentified Grccn- valo School lad. Tho sown she is wearing is a gift from her mother. ( Prcji) Lieutenant Governor Yodor . . . battles Ohio governor With Gov. Martin L. Davcy, Ohio's "storm center", roaring bach nt antl-Davey Democrats within the state who ttro trying to Investigate his administration, IJcuL Gov. Paul P. Yodcr, above, conies In for the most bitter dor nunclntlon by the governor. The governor, appearing before the Ohio house of representatives, demanded an investigation on his own account, as opposed to the Investigation voted by the state senate into alleged "legal graft". Tho senate Investigators were named by Voder. Governor Davcy, an anti-New Deal Democrat, has been in constant altercation with New Deal supporters both In and out of tho state. A heartrending story of denied 'motherhood was told In Boston when Mrs. Shirley Marcantonio I (above) claimed a foundling as horj town bajjy. She risked a jail son- Itenco and public scorn to get tho tbaby, whose faint cries wcrelicard above the carols on Beacon Hill. Unable to bear a child, she wept. when her hoax was uncovered. ' I'Central Prttt) And your guess is as good us ours to who (rot tho bnllot This picture ol Josef Stalin, Dictator of Red Russia, was' mndo as ho cast his bnliol during tho recent general election^ (Central PratJ Jcssie Simpson, 19-year-old artist's model who lost her legs when she fell nnder the wheels of a train, is shown with her mother as she left Newark Airport for ChicnKO. She will visit the mayor of the Illinois metropolis nd aid in presenting Christmas presents to the city's crippled children. "· " (Central Brest) Nikolai Buldiarln . . . editor a purge victim? Nikolai Buhharli}, former chief editor of the Soviet newspaper Izvostia, is believed to have been one of those who have been executed by the Stalin regime. Kukharln was named In Lenin's wilt as one of his two eventual successors. As, however, Stalin's policies began to divert from those of the old Leninites, Bukharln fell in tho dictator's disfavor. He was arrested nearly a year ago. Due to his popularity ho evidently was not executed immediately. He since, however, has disappeared from view. Edward J. Neil. 34, war correspondent with the Rebel forces in the Spanish civil war, died of injuries received when the car in which hr was riding behind the lines was bit by a shell. Neil's family lives at llcthucn. Mass. He had served as correspondent in Ethiopian War. (CmtraiPrea) t .« t .. .x Jackolya Ellis and sister Vclda Joan Baby Vclda Joan, 10 weeks, Is to bo given away to some good Chicago family. And sister Jackolyn feeds her small sister for the last time before she, herself. Is sent to her grandmother's home at Montour, la. Tho parents of the youngsters, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ellis, too poor to care for them and In 111 health, announced-they must give the child away to a family which could provide it good care. Hundreds of Chlcagoans Immediately requested that they bo allowed to adopt tho child. Seated, Mrs. Garner, left, and Mr*. Bankhcod; standing, Mrs. Ixmgworth and Mrs. Glllctt Wives of four speakers of tho house of representatives gather together for a photograph as they listen in on a session of tho house. Seated are Mrs. John Nance Garner, left, wife of tho vice president, who was speaker from 1031 to 1933, and Mrs. William B. Bankhcad, whoso husband li the present speaker of tho house. Standing, left, ii Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Longworth, whose lato husband was speaker from 1925 to 1931, and Mrs. Frederick H. Glllett, whoso husband wielded the gavel from 1019 to 1925. Mrs. Garner, as secretary to her husband, U at the capltol every day. --Central Prci* Herbert FHzpatrlck ... chairman of C. O. railroad Inability of Eric railroad to pul up sufficient security with th« Reconstruction Finance Corpora-. Uon In order to borrow $0,006,000 caused it to default on 51,810,000 Interest due on 585,000,000 worth of bonds held by the public. Jesse Jones, chairman of the RFC, saio that Herbert Fltzpatrick, above, chairman of the C. O. road, which controls Erie, refused to assist the Eric. Fitzpatrlek said the C. O. board regarded it aa a duty to C. O. security holders that it maintain Its own resources unimpaired. Jones commented: "Probably if the directors of C O were ns interested in protecting the Erie as they are in th« Alleghany corporation (holding company), which receives a large part of tho C. O. dividends, their course might be different. *~ 3. Tlall Toxton With shrapnel splinters still In his legs and one arm, J. Hill Paxton. secretary of the American embassy at Nanking and one of the survivors of the Panay bombing, arrives at Alamcda, Cal., by China Clipper en route to Washington. Sir Archibald Kcrr ... goes to China for Britain Sir Archibald Kerr, above, 1« Britain's new ambassador to China, He succeeds Sir Hughe Knatchbull-Hugcssen, who was wounded in on air attack made on his auto last August on the Nan- king-Shanghai road. --Central Prtst Hubert G. Pockham, farmer of Wilder, Idaho, Is shown with his wife and son ns they visited tho Whito House. They were luncheon guests of the President, who Invited Pcckham to Washington after his farm showed the lurirast per-acro onion yield in tho country last Fall. (Central Prut) Police clubs were busy here when rioting broke out after a group of dissidents clashed with authorities when their demonstration was broken up at Beirut, Syria, in front of the government palace. The recent decision of tho Syrian government to abolish all political societies was indirect cause of the riot. Scores were injured. (CfntrttlPrcsB). .Mrs. Gertrude Turner ... tells of horror aboard yncht One of the passengers aboard tho yacht Anfje, which was towed Into port nt San Pedro, Cal., after 10 days of murder and mutiny in tho Pacific ocean, tells of the horror aboard tho vessel at a hearing In Los Angeles. She is Mrs. Gertrude Turner, fiancee of tho dead skipper of the yacht, Dwlght Fauldlng, Killed by tho madman "pirate". Jack Morgan, who seized tho yacht and held all aboard In a grip of terror until struck down and thrown overboard to tho sharks by two deckhands. Mrs. Turner's eight- year-old son also was aboard. Hero is the first picture of Jack Dcmpscy, his wife, and their two children, Joan, three and o half, and Barbara, 15 months. With his wife, the tenner' Hannah Williams, tho former world's heavyweight boxing champion Is ·town rallyinB 'round tho Christmas tree after Santa paid Ms visit to their Nog .York apartment. (Ctxtrol frta^ Ono of tho antique Chinuso guns which fell into tho hands of the Tictorious Nipponese invaders with tho occupation of the Kiangyin (fortress is shown above, a Japanese soldier waving in triumph upon it. On tho m-iiile is inscribed "Dec. 2,1937, Kurabayash! unit of the Japa- (CtniralPrut),

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