The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on January 20, 1938 · Page 8
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January 20, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PA''" EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER. CONNELLSVTLL,E. PA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,11033. Cecil G. Sellers . First officer J. W. SUckro4 Engineer officer Paul S. Brunk Jnnlor flight officer '" Three members of the Ill-fated crew of icven which- went down with tho iSamoon Clipper in the South Pacific arc pictured above. They aro Cecil G: Sellers. 44. first officer; J. W; Stlckrod, 23, engineer officer, and Paul S. Brunk, 30, Junior flight officer. All were-from Honolulu. Tho Clipper, on tho last leg of a flight from Alamcda, Cal., to Auckland, New Zealand, plunged in flames into the Pacific near Pago Pago, American Samoa, after reporting a leaky oil line, ---Centra) Frca Superior Court Judge Arthur H, James is shown at tho Republican conference in Philadelphia as he discussed with Pennsylvania lead? era tho formation of a Republican slate, to bo headed by himself, for tho coming gubernatorial elections. {Central Pzail Judgo Henry Richard Gibson, oldest living former Congressman, Is pictured in his home at Washington, P. C., with his wife, whom he married eight years ago, and who says ho in "the most remarkable and kindly man I have over known." Judgo Gibson served in Congress from 1895 to 1905 from tho Second Tennessee District. Ho is a nativo of Maryland and served in tho Union Army during tha Civil War. Mayor Florcllo n. La Guardis '. . . "recovery balances budget"* One of several mayors to glvo their vlcws-on unemployment and tho business recession before a senate committee In Washington, Mayor Florcllo H. La Guardla of New York told tho senators that New York. City "could not have existed" during the business re- 1 cession without federal old.; Ho added this was true in other cities, too. He said business should have co-operated to keep down prices and overhead charges in order to increase consumption, that it should have realized government expenditures were merely temporary. "Balancing tho budget doesn't bring recovery, but recovery balances tho budget," no sa ^^ Sosctta Duncan, tho "Topsy" of the famous team of "Topsy nnd Eva," is pictured above after her reappearance In tho entertainment spotlight. She scored with fans and critics alike in her singing of "Curbstone Blues" in tho Graham UcNamec broadcast recently. fCentral Prxti) Five hundred men of tho First Division are shown embarking »t tho Brooklyn, N. Y., army base, to tak« part in tho combined army-navy defence maneuvers in tho Panama Canal Zone and tho waters of the West Indies. They aro pictured as they boarded the battleship Arkantm, en route to the canal. Lowell Mast and Edwlna Keyset Indiana's child "elopers", Lowell Mast, 14, and Edwlna Kcyscr, li eighth grade students who disappeared from their homes Rt Bremen. 1 Ind., and were thought to have eloped, turned up 'at -Miami, FlsLf with a record as poor salesmen. Tho two, who said they raado no attempt to get married, made the long trip in the Kcyscr family car- They hod only $0.50 in cash so they sold tho car's radio for $5, thct. tho horn for 53.50, and finally disposed of the scat covers, tho spar*, tire and tho girl's overnight bag for an aggregate of $6.50. It all started when, according to the girl, "I backed daddy's new car out of Out garag* and Knocked both doors off and I got scared," ~ Norman,Scott Borne* · · · .. .to became Dick Powell's son · -Norman Scott Barnes,,thrce-year-'" 'old'son of Actress*Joan Blonflcll, '" ' and her former husband,'George Barnes, .cameraman, soon w)ll_bo · - · adopted by Miss Blondell'a present · husband, Dick Powell, the singing screen actor. Permission for tho . adoption was given by,,Barncs..: v This Is a new · picture of little Norman. Elaine Carraway -Who wouldn't change spots with the leopard In this case? Inside that leopard skin-is Miss Elaine Carrasvay, "Miss '. Miami Beach, 1038". who shows you the latest in Florida beach wear. ' . · . ( · --Central Prcu 'I k' ' y - - ' irLhC'C^rVi '.*.,- .launched at --···· -View of briiso" "sky~ftrtre»»" launched at Son -Diego, Cal. « ^ ^F^?* 1 ;?- *» ttlc ?WP". I l»"powered with four 1,050-horsepower motors and «alty...ft)rtra»".oJ Jse -U 8..navy .Is -has a flying radius of 5,000 miles. It can attain « San Dlcgo, Cat Thlt bombing plane ". j- speed of better thsji 200 miles an hour. .. _ · , . · . . . ...; . v . ' . : . . . : ; - ......... - · - - · " - · - · --Centra Pteu . Franklin T. Fettcrer, Jr. % . . held In brotlicr-ln-law's death Investigation into tho death of Justice of tho Peace Robert K. Parks of Hobart, Ind, discloses that Parks was severely beaten prior to his death. The beating allegedly was administered during on argument with Franklin T. Kettcrcr, Jr. v his brothcr-m-law. Police held Fettcrer, shown above, for questioning. The argument Is ' sold to have resulted when Fet- tcrer demanded that Parks contribute to the-support of his wife whom ho had sued for divorce. Dr. Louis Macklcr ond his wife, of Atlantic City, N. J, wcro driving near Bradshaw, Pa., when their car ' skidded oft the road and landed in a five-foot stream. Rescuers who rushed to the scene saw tho couple, uninjured, trying to escape. By tho time they were able to pry off tho jammed door the couple were drowned by tho rising water*. State troopers and rescue worker are'shown removing Mrs. Macklcr'a body. (CeulralPraxi Paulino Louise dufont, daughter of Hr. and Mrs. Henry Francis duPont, . is pictured with her husband, Alfred C. Harrison, 3d, New York lawyer, as they left Christ Church, Christiana Hundred, near Wilmington, Del., where they were married. Franklin D. Roosevelt, Jr., and Ethol duPont So exasperated was the Her. Arthur Hcber Brown (inset), Bishop of Bermuda, when he entered a shop and saw a picture of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, that ho pulled it from the wall and tore it to bits. Evcly Stowdl, the shopgirl who owned the picture, pursued the Bishop to his homo. Bis Grace said that display of, the picture was "disgraceful," L OCTarthelcM.

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