The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 6, 1930 · Page 14
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February 6, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 14

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PAGE SIXTEEN. TtnsmAIJCfX COTTKXER, Cfi ' THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 1930. FBt-T- HAT EI/BOV CAPE 6UMME7PAI/ BUTTON'S' ! SPEY DOESKIN" ! Gi/oves .QKEY TWEJvD ~CQSTt/M£. GE2E/Y STO£KfNGS PUMTPS Lieut. Ralph Baitmby, U. S. Navy aerial daredevil, seated In the big £ liler which he will pilot after ita release from the Navy'a dirigible o;j Angeles while in flight. The perilous experiment ia to ascertain tho possibility of fflidcrs becoming integral part\s of the equipment of the Navy's dirigibles, and will be attempted as «oen aa thct weather is favorable. Movie He Made History A r«e«,i photo of Liuct. Ralph Sarnoby, who made history when lie dropped in Itia gilder from the tirigiblt L«« hurst, Ity MAtfl. S O much attention has been focused on tho beach pajamna recently, thtxl tho typo for boudoir wear has taker, n buck went. HO to speak. Simplicity of cut and Mtyllnc t« tin.-n In tho clmrmlngr model pictured ki!(] worn by Mcrna. Kennedy, mov- .trr picture noirosH. Tho color la orchid, which la very beromim? to MIHS K e n n e d y , who Is tt "red-head." V'Ui !ii-fiMt(itlons of n darker shnda of tho wuno color. rajuiiiUH In v i v i d pink Bixtln aro featured by ono prominent house. T:u-y art) distim'ttve because of their Uu-H of eHibelHshmunt. trimming H.'iiur i-oiK'Plitratoc! «!' t'" 5 aooom- iMiiyJnp boudoir coat, which IH otiit- fou with fin ullover juUlern of Bol'l thread ornhroiMcry. D(pp hinnl/i ot p i n k tstiUn border tho trout hem »«'' torm the tuseclo typo o£ collar. Divorced From Tin Plate Hero Fashions Latest Mode "Mentnl cruelty" .is..the reason Helen Twelvetre«a, screen nctross. gives lor filiiig suit for divorce from her husband, Clark Twejve- trcce. stage actor They have been married three years. Presleies at Trial of Auburn Mutineers Supremo Conrt Justic« hi.m on way to courthouse to prc- *l le at the. trisl of wljc Aubu rn rnulinears ehurend wit}j the mur- d;r of a *»venth, Henry Sullivan. It in expected that th« twlimony of fjx-Wardftn Jenningw will be of tl a utrnout important nt thft trial, ' Disks' Life in GHtler Test Frora Los Angeles Lle-ttt. Ralph Barnaby, O. S. Navy aerijv] daredevil, will conduct; one of the most perilous experiments ever attempted .when ha tries to ascertain tho possibility ol gliders becoming integral parts of the equipment of tho Navy's dirigibles. .Weather permitting, he will be hi the cockpit of a glider attached to the dirigible Los Held in Connection With New York Murder Jacob '."Jould Schunuann, retirinff United Status Ambassador to OOT- iriany, shown upon his urrlval in New '; ork from Germany. Tha crossui * vfu niKtlo in the S. g, \Vawh Incton, Joseph McLeod · waii arrosted at I.ynn, Mass., recently for New York police, for questioning In connection with the murder or Jo. teph Conneli in January. Th« widow of the victim identified n picture said to be Unit of McLeod and the arrest followed. New York police ara expected at Lynn to C3f- .Sradite M.eLcaA Mrs. *nd her b««T» B, L*H»ds, wife of the mfllionir sportsman (inset), fttr-old dai g-hter, Nancy, who have become the center e att*ntior fallowing toe report that th« former has ait teter! icutory denm of divorce. Although th« hioacii the caae, !t Is ile«rn»d th*t the docree wus by Swpremij Cot rt Jtisticn SelaJt B. Strong Its 'Town Hall, Hnntingtoa, L. L Mr . Ij«cds wtui formerly Prtacesa Xonin of iiaiisitt, Her nafirrinfre « the woalUy Arooriciut wan the occasion Law Halts Their Honeymoon Bradford Pipher, 2 3 , and his youthful bride, fiio former Janet Stevena, vrem Diet b · detectives on their arrival in New York from Chester, Pa., their b mietown, after the bride's annt notified police that she had boon i dnixped by Fisher. The young couple declare they are married »n I were starting out on their honeymoon. They are being detained mtil tl-.eir story ia checked. Figured Cration Distriot AUorney Ghaidea B. Rugg, pf Wopcester Oounty, MUBB,, has been selected by President Hoover for iJia post of A»ai»tnnt United fitatas Awornay Gonoml, HB wilj have shiiugo of nil govennnent civil -HIGH FABRIC; oF " SOLDIEP, BUTE GT/OVE^ TRIMMIKTS 0? KID in GRBY HOSIERY Offers Life to Make Her Happy Tortured for sis Jong years by the arthritis which has crippled him, Joseph McDonald, of New York City, Bays he will sell everything he has. including hia life, if he can be assured that his little daughter, Elaine (lef:) will ba educated and made happier than he has been. The anxious father has offered to sell his body to science for 525,000 in order that experiment may be ma.de with his supposedly Incurable ailmeat. o^fw Karolyi Predicts Another War Napoleon of Desert Nips Arabian Revolt R$V M"' pr ^ dont °* Hungary, pictured in his hotel n w '. f' . ^ e T*^ J ", to lecture ^Kalnat Paselsm, n interview he declared that the Pascismo movement was ft Menace to world peace. , Jiy MtlB. TJ SBBTn O N'IC of our style proffnoatlcntora prophesied aoinc time back t l i u t woman would yet appear on the. Rtrecbi In trousers. The prediction Jia.'t been fii!Jl!)od b.' fioclety women at tlia noutliern rot ji'ta. who stroll about tlie hotel !ol)b ns and are scan In .the Hhoni)lng · intrlcta in guy p r i n t e d hoiich onserr jlso. Miss A n l o l n c l t e Johnson, New TorU Hot.'la! i-etristerl a, is pictured In such a costumo nl 1 tiim 'Beach. When HUC)I costur ea nre not worn for moriilnjj, society women wear t u t - lored frocks, somelli IBB 'tvith scarves knotted about th» t iroalt From Spotlights to Prison Bed (bn Saud, Kinp of the Hedjaz nnd Sultan of the Nedj, has once more demonstrated that he is the supreme boss of the holy cities of Mecca and Medina. Saud recently led 50,000 of his fierce warriors in a pitched battle against two rebel chieftains, Faisal-ed-Dowish and Sheik Ib'n-Hnthlein, with tho result that the threatened uprising was put down and the two reba£ lious sheika killed. Foe the second \ time In a month Superior Judge Charles Fricke : denied an application to obtain the tern porary release on bail of Alexander Pantges, convicted of an attack on 17- year-old Eunice Pringle, He is shown it Los A ngeles jail en his cot after the appli cation hsd been denied. liHtrnnt(aiia

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