The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 7, 1930 · Page 12
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February 7, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

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FACE TWHEWL rAILY COtTRTKR, CONNEmi SVH/LB, PA. '. FRIDAY. FEBRm.BY 7, / Judicial rowned Queen Florida Eleanor Danfcl, . daughter of ' Mr.and Mn. '· Hvmphny ·. ] ' Washington, ' it[^ The .United : States Supreme Coett, sine* itii ; establishment ia 1789, n*s had only ten Chiei 1 / Jostlee*. Their ntun«s and the duration of their 1 s*rvic«s are: John -Jay, six year*} John.-Rutv. ledg^, leas than a yaws 'Oliver Ellsworth, v f on e. years; John Marshall, thirty-four, years; Rog«r B. Taaey, fcv«sntgr-d«ht yeauu; Salmon P.; Chas', ,- ...· " . ",- ·:-·;." i ;·;;.''"'""· : :, · ..;"· ' . Navy"; Siibttiarine: : i i ^ ( . our ,ML W. .Fuller, twenty-two yet««; E. '' yetawi IWMt*, ^ nin« oat of the Chief Justices died inoff!e«. On the ' resignation 'I of :Ch5ef Justice' Toft, th«, nomination of Charle* Evana Hnehe» wa» to-by ·· : '' " '' to « dfAWWn! ia the form of a nice, col A -. imowbalL ' Strange xbnjmtd the treat to gnaw on a Tho navy submarine O-8, wtth three officer;: and Ojirty men aboard, ran aground on Whale Buck Lod^e, off Portsmouth, K/H. The O-3 haa a dis- placemont of approximately 800 tons and Is one of the Batoinarinaa baflt in 11S18. ItctUei' ships frtnn ttie Boston Naty Yard have gone tg th« aid at , tha stranded cj«J!t. PJuU» ..wtui tiikea durin« a recent Love Trial on Edrle Stays in Paris Leads in AdntiratSoa of Lecdb, TibiK-Plate Belt, |s«fW -» rfH Dolpres Sa/a- zar, 22-year-oW Spanish dancer, took the witness stztncf IB Z/os Angeles to tell her utory of alleged bq- trayal undei t verbal contract of marriage by, Ferdinand Piimey atl. He contests thtt suit, although he remains at his Parts homo with Mrs. Esrle Np. 4. inionon.tU,o.U Wintering in Bahamas All Alone Mrs. Rosalind Wtdnwiight Detitsch is spending IVinter alone si: Nassau while her husband, Aimand S. Deutsch, of the Rome Iron Mills, Inc., is "s*ttne- Where ia the South." tlntornatlouml N Olive Hamilton (abore), demure, dark-haired beauiy,- lattds in admiration of William R.Leeda, tin- Plate hair, just divorced by the "rincess Xenia of .Basoio.' Leeds, "however, denied h« /would niarry Miss b«Mriqr ciwp Chic yenr ·aamod OB aboadant aa the yield ' cf grp«frtdt tuod svactBdoc. Wli«a the Miami indgea got throug^i bullota cm pnlehrftacBMU paiac^aaa*,, MKce»»"et Edabi t» wewt U« WOHMJJ, . Atmotmcer at Winter Carnival J8r, W. ;hrffri«n Chctr dng, ywmg bwnfc chirk, wflai bis brtda, tli» former MargardtCousw ns, aboat to.'laav* Norfolk, Va., for a honeymoon totur la .» Iford coupe. Mw. Chcwnini;: Is the daugtrt«r of Senator Coozom, of J UchlgsWj ,oni of tHa wewlttiiest men to th« St»te« »M o»«j (if 'tl5- wit: fi»*»cW b*cliar« of Swarr of «he la*« Georj?e H. PalsJfer, Chlcaao Board ot Slriters Enlisted as Pickets wlthla ten i asrs owd fee ruttrra of lh« 86,000 BtcOsltti; H« / York dtewHnoluini to their bunchea haft b«en pi adtqtecl In nil quartern of tha industry. Co*crno; Boostrvolt hae called » OOT- «tf tt» wftlbout thai hag York'8 dene* taduutry. Ptctwro nbown wf Btj.-Diers ei«erging- from Bryant HaDL, Yotk CWy, wiac* thajr wane «aIUt*d a» picket*. Pretty M a d e m o ! » « l l e Valicia Bonchor,, French-Canadian girt, rnisca bar trusty megaphone to hex lips to announce an event at the JntomBtionol wintar carnival at Ottawa, Canada, -which February Booming Voice Daffy Denounces Dry Laws Parrots Refused; Entry to New York 7 'SO'ftsa· 'of the .'60 parrots which arrived in the United States iboiird the S. 8. Columbia frorii South-vAmerlcE.' The birds were not permitted entry, but · we -e sent to Hoffman's Island - for i. I SO days. W. S. Btan«ford, one of the Colunibta'n officoM, evidently ia not afraid of palttkoels, parrot's disease, one inay gather from the picture. John Sehafex (Rep., .Vis.)^. a. raer locomotive enijineer whosa forensic training in roundh-ov *a and mesa hall has equipped lum with one of the mightiest voice* to Washington. The booming voice Is heard daily when he airs alii views regarding h( "pet peevu." Prohibition. He is well over six feet and weighs 250 pounds. Ho likes tobacco In any form*and professes a partiality lor beex.

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