The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 1, 1930 · Page 8
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February 1, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE BIGHT, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1930. Five Power j Representatives Meet In Historical Setting ere Parents Sang Love Song Seated xmder the portraits of- many of England's sea warriors, who strove through life to keep the tradition4hat ''Britiania Rules tho -waves,'* assembled the repre- sentati lea of five different nations of the earth taking part in the ·Naval Disarmament Conference in- the Royal Gallery of the House of Lords. Prime Minister J; Ramsay MacDotiald is sihdwn in the center addressing the delegation at th« opening of t!e -conference. At the extreme left in the front row are the American delegates. They arar Mo. 1, Dwight Morrow, Am- baswMlor to, Mexico; No. 2, Hugh Gibson}'No. 3, Senator Reed; No. 4. Senator Joseph T. Robinson; No. ,J, , Secretary « of th Navy Adains; No, 6» Gen. Charles G. ·Dawes, American Ambassador 0' thf Court of St K Jamos, and No. J, Secretary of Stato Stimson; No. J, M. Briond, vet«ran French statt i- man; No, 9, Premier Tradieu, if France; No. 10, 3. Ramsay Mrs- Donald. Labor Premier o^ En f- ·land; No. 11, Foreign Secrotarj Arthur Henderson ;· No. 12, Din« Grandl, leader of the Italian delo gation, and No. 13, Riejiro Watat- aufci, leader of the Japanese delegation. Parson Loses Church ] ^ os Angeles Triangle Ends in Court The Rev. Walter A, Miller, 20-year-old pastor of the Baptist"Church *\ Corinth, N. Y., has consented to resign his post because he defended a boy who committed suicide after he had been suspended from school for drinking wine. The pastor s«id that the,school authorities had not been justified in suspending ,the boy, 14-year^ old JSugene Clothier. The deacons of. the church disagreed with him and thought ho had botte resign as a result. About a year ago, they asked the young »»-ftor to resign becauao ha had danced with' Mi fiancee. ' ' Film Star Weds Director Virginia Browne Fair, screen actress, and Howard B. Worne.fr., film director, are reported as having been married at Big Bear Laka, She is twenty-five and Worne is forty-one, (International Newaroul) Ready to Turn Over a New Leaf "B31" Corcoran (right,!, former District Attorney of Norfolk County, «md just released from Norfolk County ? J rison after serving live y^ar^S pf a seven to Ian year sentence, confers wjth his attorney rcjrurdlnc !lans for the f u t u r e . Corcoran was alleged to have been involved in the activitfea of the Boston blackmail ring. According to j.T«sJtit plans, he will enter the textile buame is with a prominent Boston firlri. ' ' ' Two women who, It is ajlcged, for twenty yeans knowingly sh)S.rel the Affections of one n*,an facc«I ( e*ch' other S» a Los Angeles court. One was M*tti* Dean Hutchinsn - (left), wife of Samuel rr f I . Hut* hlnton '(center), wealthy film distributor, who (s iiing EdittrP, Taylor (right), also known as Bdif i PattetjSdn, for $300,000 for alienation of affectio la. r Senate Votes Grundy* O« K. Prohibition Director Charged in Senate I'y una VQtr tht 8!cc Comn held Senator . Gru la cnti retai seat appoti Goyi Fish succe bani Willt V. £ tvrcuwti Colonel John F. H. Herbert, of Worcester, Mass., former officer :n tho Twenty-Sixth Division, and now prohibition administrator for Idahq andi Montana, was charged with alleged corruption by United States Senator Burton K.'Wheeler of Montana, The accusation cama on the Senate floor re Wisconsin's Cold Wa ve Delays Flight One of the giant army'transports participating in the army's test flight from Mount demons, Mich., to Spokane, Wash., and return was delayed, with the temperatuie at 17 below zero in WflUBnu, Wis. (Leit to right) Lieut Duke, in char e of transport; Sergeant .Davis, oo-pilot; Serp -ants Hammer, Blair, Pope, Ra'dio Operator Wils n, Photographer Fieher, Sergeants Hice aad AHster MacDoriaM, son of the British Prime Minister, and Mi»» Mary Armstrong ara scan here at th u t jiano in Chicago s famous Ball House, where Premier Ramsay MacDonald ana his bride, motaeir ·I Aiiiter, spent part of their honeymoon 83 years* ago,_ ._,, $5Q 9 OQQ a Foot for This Car Miss Kathryn Dentx, holding the two-foot long automobile- model, \ which is ' I constructed i entirely ! of diamonds, rubies and emeralds. The model, valued at $100,000, is comprised of 5,112 diamond^ 615 rubies and 55 emeflds. (International i eel) Denies Will Charge Mrs. Mary Dunne Murphy, heir to the million dollar estate t . of the late 1 JohnD. , Murphy, ] of Chicago, plumbing contractor, denies charges made by Mrs. Sarah Carroli, half-sister ' of the \ dead man, that she, Mrs. Murphy, was guilty of "wrongful and , skillful acts" » in connection with the death ' of Murphy. (IruernnitionrU ·JWWVV'"**^ Denies She Seeks Reconciliation Ehoi en. Constance Bennet Plant and ·· Philip Plant, ' NewYopk ( millionaire, are pictured together, though they , have separated. The screen star denied reports that she was seeking a reconciliation with her former husband. U n ' r r j i a t l o n »

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