The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 11, 1930 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 11, 1930
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i I TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Tl, i\D First Ficture of President Ruble's Inaujgiiralioin This is the first picture of President Pascual Ortiz Rubm, auguration. While being driven home from h« eere- of Mexico, taken at his inat^'urati n in Mexico City. The mony- he was fired upon by Daniel Flow And narrowly picture was brought by airplane to St. Louis and trans- escaped death, when one bullet pierced hifc jaw ai id others emitted to Ne/w York. Arrovi' denotes the President with wooiided several members of his fjwmly* Ihws hand raised taking the oath of office durim* Ki» «»- S«c» for Divorce Fe« Protest LoVt O1J Tariff Yoaog *4 Face* Trial a i Jtnin-Kunne* Clarence Hpillman r above, Knnaaa CHy attorney, "has been waging a euat in New York · CitjjKtD collect 550,000 in counsel fees from Mrs. Beatrice Finger Sullivan, widow of John'Flager, industrial millionaire. According to Spellman he seeks this amount for obtaining- a divorce for the defendant in 1916. Mra. Sullivan declares ah* considered the plain* tiff'* work a Jtibor of kve. Internationally Known Author Returns to TJ. S. Because of the tow tariff now »xi«ting on imported oil, ever 500 «fl producers. arrive ic Washington, D.G., to prijfteet;·:·.*·*'. low t«rlflf« Photo shows (left to right) Wirt l^n*U»iJ«*5^a»ti»fth« Independent Petroleum Awwcljitlon of Attt(93i*«! g«n»tor E3»iwf Thomiut. Oklahoma, Mad Wade H. James, president of:: tie Mfd-C*atittenU(I Owiiers Associatioa. l»adcr» of tl»« a*le*»tiont« W«J*iburton, Birthday of Maurice Dekobra, world famed an- thor, has returned to the United States from a triumphal journey through Europe. The noted author ha» Bcverai new books which are rrnphk descriptions of th« cown- trie* and people ho hM met in his , extenaive travels. One of the rea- »ons of Mr. Dckobra's 'successes as an author U hu exactitude of .details, and hi* role nevor to deacribn · country, it* people or Ha moral* without naving mad* a personal obnerration oi them. , ] " · · ' · . . ' · ' · ! 1 ' ·' ··" "..' Fairest in All Hungary Lose to Grecian Beauty Rebmary 11, the birthday of Thomiw Edison, world-famed inventor, may aee ! the reunion of thre« old frienda Henry Pord Thomas Edi- ·wn and Harvey Firestone. The 'fhree Enenda. who have always ·felicitated one another on their different achievements uhrough lire, are pictlirad together an they app«ar«d 'February 11, 1929, when Thomas,n celobrated his ei^hty-aecond birthdajr, eaves Hospital JTrauleln M*ri«i P»p, winner of th« "Miss Huogary" beauty title for 1930, who represented her country in tha recent competition for th« beauty crown of afl Europe, which. WM awarded t£j!Mfc«.Gr«jg«!e.J.' i /TOi'i'j 11 Jin nXSSSSSSXZS!SS3SB35SSXS*StSBS£X35SKSS This pictuw was flovrn from Mexico City to St. Louis and transmit. ted to New York. Picture shows Rubio's family, surrounded by Porto* Gil and Cabinet members, leaving the* hospital 'after receiving (aneatraeiit for injuries recelvod when an attempt was made npon Presidenfc Ortk Eubio'a lb?e shortly after he had been inaugturated 'S 1 J??**? 11 * ·«« Mexico. Rublo's Jaw waa pierced by /bullet aBbfe'i rasce-wnwie head was stenok by * iMlUet, fa »how» bedde ttia rur vrrtn n«rr bead N inet etjn- ner is nwait Charter, Pa.,'« n charjfe of t; flve gallons o isecond of, t\ ram-runners Ad Vi-olet B. Buett- ng trial at Wtsst :ter surrendering ta ansportin,;?; seventy- rum. Sihe is the ·o alleged women to fall imtc Ow ' u t^ter^i^|Mayor T. Semrnes W tege' athlete, ' nnd lun of Scmmii!* of tli will /become . iristocratic m,. lomltiated foi Feb. -ith, a ?«juii(ttlent to ?oJ!eg-e ifr. V\ iecn letters f *fc Tulann Uni ilmsley, former col- »Vorl(l War veteran Acliiiiral Raphaal : Confederate navy, New Orleans' first .yor. Walmsley was the mayoralty on nomination being 1 election. While in almsley won seven- ir athletic prowess Scars of Battle ^with Raging Atlanta ca A* the B. S. Vcendam, of the HoBmtxJ-American Uti«, lltnp«d into port at Now York b*Krbi| the ·ean of tb« dc*per*te «trng*le With the Atuuitlc in one of the wont storma La r«een^ ye«f*. (U V«r row) A giant ware breaking over th* Low caused Injury to SO of th« crew. The pilot ioa»e and UfeboaU were ·msehed. Capt K. Bniua. master of the d!aaM«d liner, termed the «tons "the worst h« had eu'er experienced." (Lower) Pilot Edward H. Ireland looks over the battered port side a* he direct* the coarse of th« ship (a port Third Officer John Linden ·taudiBK the damaged ·margeEicy whaat Wine Glasses ^^ere Turned Down Official photograph *f iinnw tendered -to th* d el- · eratew.-to the Five Power Armi Co»«er«nc» far the city of London, at the historic Guildhail In refpect for thai? country's laws, the «l»a»*9 o? ih« American 1 4elej.*tejs wore tamed down wheji «h« rait wines were poured. Their liqueur were also turnid down when th« conliiil« ·erred. ·; Th«. B*attng arraaipsmeiJt at the a table is as follows (left to rifht): Mr. WataitaukL ·»*;. J ~»wr.p^SthaWBor,- German' AmbiMaNfider to PI England; Premier Ramsay MacDonald, M. Tardieu, of France; Sir William A. Waterlow, Lord Mayor of London; Marquis Merry del Val, Span- tohjlinbaaaadpr to England; Signer GrandC ·£ itair; ArchoiBhop Bourne, Justice Saakey, of Enr- laatl; Sccratiiry of State Stim«on, head of th« United States delegation; M. Brind, of France; «r. J. L. Balirton, of Canada, and M. be Fleumu. the French Ambassador. Subinetged Wreck of Ringling Yacht; An aerial, yww over .·Sara»ota\ Harbor, Fla., sho IT- f V*? 5,1 su . bme rffed yacht Z:«ophuE, owned iy John Binglin*', which sunk re-jently after spring- 1 !ng .a leak. A party of 15 aboard the craft escaped in lifeboats. One man was said to hnva suffered a broken arm Flying Cause PUot's Death th« Sr. i i"^ihK i K, n r±K sa!; T ^yi-ra".'--^; ?n s*?5f fiv aar'A'Ssa'^a. gararsffl-aj.i ·^p^^^-^ivsss

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