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Â·PÂ»Â·"--. EK3HT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONN7SLLSVTTXE. PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,193S. '-**Â»Â«iÂ»Â«rssr~" s"~'*' Â°^ ' -"Â£ Bam sandwich! No, it's not a restaurant advertisement, but an unusual sign post.in Kent, England, which speaks for itself, giving the distances to Sandwich and Ham. nearby towns. Tho sign attracts an unusual amount of attention from tourists. (Central Prcs*)\ J of Northwest Airlines* "Sky Zephyr" which brought death to its 10 occ.ipants In a crash near Boz cman, Mont. JIayor Frank Hague, of Jersey City, N. J., is shown addressing a meeting of 15,000 persons in the Jersey City armory, where he defended his stand against the C. I. 0., and reaffirmed his pledge to "keep the C. I. 0. and other un-American groups" out of _tho. city_. President Jorge Ublco. ....... dictatorship threatened According to reports, a'revolt has. broken out In Guatemala against the dictatorship of -President Â·Jorge Ublco, chief of tho Cental American "dictators' leagus". Army garrisons In northern Guatemala are said to have joined *. movement to oust tne Iron-flsted president. President Ublco, however, denied rumors of r. revolt, declaring the "country Is In complete tranimillty". Clalro Blnvctto.Brnndcl "... brings polo team to court When Claire Blavette Brondcls went to court in las AngclÂ«s In connection with her 55,250-a- rnonth separate maintenance suit against E. John Brandcls, wealthy member of tho crack Riviera Country club polo team, ahc toolc the whole polo team along'.. The players were excused from testifying, however, when attorneys agreed to stipulate that Brandcls had n string of valuable pon!cÂ» and a luxurious club suite. Postmaster General Farley is shown with hi Plerro S. dnPont President of tbo' duPon! do Ne- -inours Co.- -nn'l chairman of Â· board General Motors corporation. Lammot duPont Chairman of tho Jbonrd of tho K. L duPont'Ue Nemours Co. Uo - ..Is tbo eldest--CS. Irenco duPont Vico chairman of tho board of du- Pont and a founder of American Liberty League. IJbel action for $150,000 has been taken In .'New -Â·York federal court by the E. 'J. duPont do Nemours ~" -Co., of Wilmington," Ddr, against Ferdinand Lundbcrg," author, of .the book, "America's 60 Fam" lilcs", and its publisher In a complaint specifying ' passages Ui the book.to which the munitions com- .pany objects. -ThÂ» book asserts that "the United _States_ls owned and dominated by'a" hierarchy of 'Â·' ltÂ» 60 richest families, buttressed by no more than 00 families of less wealth." The duPont family, of :, which three dominant members are pictured above, Is ranked eighth on the list of 60 in the book. Eugeno fluPont, fathcr-ln-law of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., a distant cousin of the other duPonts, does not tako an active part In the direction of the du- Pont corporation, -- Central Press Justice Willis Van Devuntcr ... becomes a "mere" judgo Justice, Willis Van Devonicr. retired supreme court member, arrives at Manhattan federal court chambers to assume his duties o temporary Judge In Southern New York district court. Justice Van Devantcr, now 78, retired from the supremo bench last June, but is helping out as a "mere" district judge In New York to re- lievo congestion In federal court*. Garland S, Ferguson, Jr., nowly-appoiuted chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, is pictured Â»t the left, being congratulated by William E Ayrcs, retiring chairman, as the commission held ita 6rst meeting of the . jcar. Ihe photo was taken in. Washincton. Prince Charles ... In he the one? it was at first rumored that Leopold, King of the Belgians, would wed the English girl. Lady Anne Cavcndlsh-Bcntnlck, granddaughter of the Duke of Portland. It la Prince Charles, the king's younger brother, who may be Uie heart Interest fop the pretty British girl. Both King Leopold and Prince Charles, as well as the queen mother visited at the home of tho Duke of Portland, bringing oc tbe rumors. Gordon Malm For $10, Gordon Malm of Rockford, 111., Is alleged to have beaten his aged grandfather to death with a hammer. Malm was arrested while stealing gasoline in Iowa with an aecompltc*. Ex-Queen Elizabeth of Greece, King Carol of Rumania and Queen Marie of Jugoslavia King Carol of Rumania sits between his two sisters, cx-Qucen Elizabeth of Greece, left, and Queen Marie of Jugoslavia, In Bucharest at dedication ceremonies of a new palace built for Elizabeth by tho Rumanian people. This ceremony took place only a short Umo before Magda Lupescu, King Carol's red-halrcd sweetheart, was forced to leave the country, due to rise of Nationalistic, anti-Semitic government. Great Britain and France have ' mado representations to Rumania to protect the interests of minorities. But restrictions against thÂ» Jews continue. --Central I'rcs* Remodeled University club, new C. I. O. headquarters The Committee for Industrial Organization and John L. Lewis have a new homo In Washington. It Is In tho University club, near the White House. The building was purchased last year for $275,000, then remodeled extensively. --Central I'rC3i Frank K. McXIneh .. . court possibility Another listed as possibility for the supreme court vacancy i* Frank R. McNinch, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission and chief adviser to thÂ« president on power questions. Mo- Ninch Is Cl. Morris Ernst (right), New Jersey counsel for the C. 1. O, is shown con- forrinp; with Representative G. J. Boilcau, of Wisconsin, shortly after his arrival in Washington to demand investigation of charges that Mayor Plant HaEUfi, oi Jersey City, N. J., tampered with federal mails to xnnh. msue, 01 y Â«aafi J, p. .Â»Â«, Brig. Gen. Percy L. Bishop ... promoted by army Now commanding the harbor defense of Manila, P. I., Brig. Gen. Percy L. Bishop has been promoted to the rank of major general. He succeeds to the vacancy that will be left by the retirement of Maj. Gen. Douglns MacAHhur on Dec. 31.