The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 31, 1930 · Page 14
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
January 31, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 14

Publication:
Location:
Connellsville, Pennsylvania
Issue Date:
Friday, January 31, 1930
Page:
Page 14
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 14 article text (OCR)

k-V. JKAXJJfi FOURTHBRC. 3,"PA".' f, JANUARY 31, IMS GRANDSON OF LEE spoRTSQMBgACH ' T h i s very small person ia Kobert E. liCe IV,: great famous Confederate general. The photographer sna .beach at St. Petersburg, Ma., with his sister, Mary hie ainthuiv Mra Oeo^a* Bc^lUno* JUe. Of Si' Oregon Pdblxster Gels Envoy to Finland Post K/iVJfc, ",·.:*-"·'*···'" To Old at 70 . ·/ Cancer Cure Discovery E, * of * sertun that is said to be on* df th* iflo« timpotiant stet» to th* battle agaiiisb ctfticer baa b«sen aaiUiupced bs .Dr. Waltet Bernard Goffoy (right) and Drv John'D, pttmdat (left). c Soufcharn^ PftcU5d Hcspital, vand notftd SM?; Fra^idteo Borawiuj. This aertiittj olbtolnod from^^ ihe:»npra^Eeftal rianda tf «ft6o| wll die- soly« nfWifffliinVtisBue, ft Is said by tts tw.9rftciittillt»u-- - motifs A.HSOW ^oci) j«MDoi» ^ «£*?? «ra hv* endorsed..» proposal that on* o*. narabor should not offer huBMUi for r«-«ic--~ :t£ ;h*.:has pttsaad: ttoe age ojt. seventy, xhdy auwtta ?· t ih*fc ra^ny· n»«n.'in! this nj?w and fa itiw i» j ach, a« wie laaders pictured: ibiiv«, ihava. ,,., j -in ieh to mrte their mark In the world «ven' 'after tt .*y : '. : h4d-p**9cd:.th«:.8Cventy ^narj^,,.';_.·.,,;.-·.... Called Too Young to Wed -'Wr Edv.'nrd Everett Brodle, prom' inent Cvegon . publisher,, .was-recently appointed by President Hor- bcri) Hc.over as Envoy ( EitraordI- nary and 'Minister Rempqtentiary , to the · Republic of Finland, .Mr.. Brodio,. 54 years of agQ,. ts + an ex-, president of the Oregon State Bdl- torial /^sociation, and from 1921 to 1925 served aa American Minister to the ' First ; ; Sports Record "Bopli Sim actress, . Grant Wither*, screen player, ,, who met .six weeks ago, ·'· '· wbett ";"'v th«fy -were cast · opposite esch other 'in pictures, ' eloped in an airplane to Arizona, and, were married. Tlie flve-pOTrar, »*val, eoufexcaea entered open f Mscttoarfd. ft new pnWft wheji a steering committee., com- pri»d of the flra chiefs of d«legatioas, waa ftp- pointed. Abo #6 is pictuwd th» America a oelBga- tton as thev were received to the C»bitiet Room at No. 10 6? *fttas' StfeSt by Pr*tul« J, (S«ttt*d, luft to ri*ht) Frtiods Adaiaa, General Dawe*. Premier MacDoruwd ?td H. L. Sttmwn (Back row) Dwigbt Atonroiv, Senator Beed *netor Eobidjon »nd Hc«-h , Gibson. In one of the most Sntcreatingj 'books of the year, Frani G.--- iM«ak«, ·world famous sports -writ-% ar, has compiled , en all-sports recnrd book, tha first of tta kind; OTW published. The book thftti' WHtiy covers th« hietory of*: th«» *"iuoVorld, partrayintt evtetts in a sporting world witk the touclj motbet is reported MS seeking annulment o/_ the marriage, »s. Loretta Is too young ,.:. to wed.. ,'-;i-. · ' : ' . (latirn*Uo«»l ' ' JCEMEK CHIHE SeeKs. : Jiistic^ V :Not Damages Sprightly Pa jaint s Ch*rga* that Eunice Pringlc perpetrated fraud upon tho court by flling-'hcr eansational ?1,000,000 damage uUit affftinttt Alexander Pantages were aired in the same courtroom where she I fraud 4?1,000,- T iges were tcBtiflrfy I thri e days *go that ah« ''only wanted justice'' and was mot interested in damages. She is shown hern (tested betwoan. hei- mother and father in the court room. . _ * ^ - H -- - -- INVENTS NEW TELEVISION DEVICE -«'",/'-^ "'^^^^^^^^. ' - ' , v! 'Sollon,' iTtpassio-ned Communists, defiant.ot ' n o t i o n n; ders, massed in Unio'n Square, New- Y o r k O i l v v to 'make the fiAtieral of Steve. R , - ' u v i , .slain January 113 by a policeman,; l!r r n o ' t ^pe^tncutar Red demonstration- ^'-·i'.r -·."· ;\ in ' t h i s country^' The troad o,£ ttipt'.sg.ncis of marching feet eciioed through the-Siiuai-e as- they, s e n t » - n g the police clubs that feristiQ.d,, on all aides, and the macHinfe guns which lined the street, fol- Iovv0d,:the,bi6r;of their comrade to the cemetiery, : ' ' ;. ; . at tlie southern bei 3hca aieil't ciulfft 30 Old-faithlone 1 as the hoiBft and bug^B-y Oci-ttal* ially ,a woman ia'seen with a volumi mua printed skirt to cover her bat'ilngr suit. But the pajattm's the tliln ' for beach wear and the mor6 col r£ul and feminine tho better. rictured is Miss Eleanor filtC rory ot Ktiama Beach Fla., wearlni S.n enemble modo of iuturistic st iped material with solid, color bafl »ne, cap ni.itcliSn? tho mlt, gu 38 a '.traGtlve piratical, air to the ·wearer. His Bonnie Over Ocean, Fly to Join Her 'A gi-oup of Los,Angeles film producers are investigating a television -devic6 of revolutionary principle, invented by Philo Farnawortb, 23, Mormon scientist of San Francisco. Since the apparatus is ua^d to produce the largest images yet Attained in television, scientist) expect that im-iges large enough to make television practical caa be produced in the future. Photo shows Parnsworth demonstrating the receiving mechanism of his invention av San Francisco, Nicholas S. Zaptmtls, Durham, K, C,, hotel proprietor, has started planning for an airplane hop from Now York City to his former horns in Athens, Greece, where he rejoin his chiljjhowj

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page