The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 14, 1930 · Page 9
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, February 14, 1930
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F R i n V Y . FEBRUARY 11, 1930 THK DAILY COUTUER. CO^ NT5ELLSVTLLE, PA. LiEFTJILLIONS Former Immigrant Cham- bermsid I* Now Mistreat of immense Fortune. Fort Creator, N T.--A former Czechoslovakia!) Immigrant chambermaid, who was making the bed* and sweeping the floors ic the $4000,000 mansion of Fiank W. Savin, retired broker at Port Cheater, thioe y»ar» a BO, is ai-stress today of hla 520,000,000 fortune, as a rtsutt of ills death from an uppeodicltla operation. Mia Savin, who left th« SBrranta* quaricrs tin January 8, 1S37, to become her employers' fourth wire, ha» at her comiuaad eight ttolU Royce* and two jther expensive Um«usiues, the tot va tieO at $150000, a staff of 20 servants, with a monthly pay roll of $3,500. and the right to call tho palatial home her own. Mainy Kin Enter Claim*. But hon long sh« will reoiaic «t ease in this queenly state la proble- matrtcal, f jr the legal pot has started to boll with the claims of former wives, cast off children and others who the old hi oker left In the wake of his kaleidoscopic 79 yearn of life 'Ihe prettnt Mre Snvln. formerly Anna Murj bchlets, forty seven, who became a domestic in tho mansion on the Sound 17 years afio and remuiued to become 'he bride oi her "boss." has Srst claim. But before her proper heritage can be deteruittiid, the courts piobubly will have to go back through the entire storm? history of Suvln aod weigh tho claims of two dlnUjtivrltad natural children, two foster children and the n ur kin of three former wives. Savin gta-ted from scratch, having been cut ofl with but *J by hl« father, a w«a/thy ten captain But he quickly built tills up through renl estate and stotk investments, and when he married the beautiful Arriba Wheat of JNtw Hav«'u tu 187*1 h« wua reputed to be on tin- highway, to wealth. Disinherit* Children. Hit that A i f e obtained a leget tep- arution in 1 i08, charging him with being "eourhe, tyrunukal, brutal, and Inhuman ' aftt r he hud thrown out aud disinherited their two chlluren, l^fank "VV. Jr. and .loaopl)iue A youag servant girl In their home cf/arged that the pair ha! stripped hec M her cloth- Ing and parted uer '..ody with crayon and Ink. Savin n w t fiarrted Mra. Suruh BamlUon V\at, who later %y»a ex poaed ut tho Sadie West of the Lexow taveitagatlon of vice and gambilug la Mew York. Whc-n she died ID 1011, be , buried her La an unmarked grave be- j Death the tennis court on his estate, but his third wife compelled Wai to ' exhume the body uud bury It else- The third Mrs. Savin was. Hie the fouitJi. a s o i v a n t in his house Sh« was Mrs. S.i-uh H. r l«awell, liie fcousekeepor bhe died Li 1025 During this uuicn, the broker adopted Muriel Elizabeth Wlttinall, a four-year old orphan. And he also adopted Charles Ely VIonroe, the former Mm Treadwell a hrother-ln-law, who waa torty at the time. Monroe, to whom Savin gave hi* owa name ami referred *o as "my only eon," and Muriel, who also took kavia'a name lived at Port Chester throughout hJa fourth marriage until last fall. Egyptian Women Have No Choice in Husbands Washington.--Kjiyutian women have ! started a aiovimeut for "equal rights," ' but have failed 30 far to guln the rij-ln to thooiii' their own husbands or to overcome o her tiadttionul barriers to emancipation according to W'llbert U }in!th, sen or secretary of the T M C. A. la Iviypt, who wus In Wash- I ing ton rectsntl / to confe- with local { 1". M. C, A. ofl clnls A recent coait decision, be scales. I upheld the contention that a single woman of marriageable age bns no legal right to t h e diupotiul of hei own person in nmrr Utje, this b^liig tho prerogative of Hi 3 senior mule member of her family. Looking for Read tho acl vertlaernejits ally Oourlor. la Uae our clas 1 iflfcd advertisements GIVES LOVE AS SLAYING MOTIVE Forest E 'Voavei 23, of Muskegon, Vlich, who posed at 'time* n« a owbo, =h riff .mil fedeinl officer, haf admitted, according to police, to the slaj ng of Mrs Gladys Echardi;, 20, whose hackee* body waa found bun d in i shallow grave ne(tr wh«ra the two had gona on a skiing p-cjn lition "I killed her becauiie I loved her," Weaver is said to ha\p to! 1 police Photo shows Mn Echardt, who waa separated from her husband, in white drtas, right, with a friend. Filer^ Widow Studying Aviation Mr*. R. a. Merrill, youthful widow «f tht Alwkan mriettor who perhhad in t/i* Icy wauttar /art Saptamber, fa cowzi wftA bar yauageiit son a/tar tat arrival at PortJand, Or»» fo ooaiplofta h*r course to avitrtloa, tin. MttrrffI plans fo eppJy for both oommorcist and trtampart fiytug Hcitun. Seek to EstaJblish New Record Left to right) JJoutonantn CJemenU «fcMuDea aatd Wffl W. who will fly fri m Newark Airpoit, N. J., in a cabin monoplane la an attempt to break the time record for « flight to Rio de Janeiro. The purpose o the flight ia to determine th« practicability «£ establishing nev commercial air ro«t6a between tho tew Seek Clemency lor Woman Lifer DISTJ^iCT ATTORNEY CRAIN Commutation of tfa« We uonUmce of Rutii St -f \Iax 8. l*uie, who Imd previously OUBBOTWt , CUir, shoplifter, js uryed on Governor Franklin \ lemimey for tho 29-yea--old woman Jnd(r« 0 Kon^ovi It in a letter f i o m District Attorney ,evina v ju, fonipi' r lted tt pronounce the lu» Cr»m of Nrw York Mr ("r»ih tha» auids his voue ent^aew tador the 'Baumen IAWB. . i f «*iti.4 -.J» i* .^ _ . j 1 a r . A .1 * T( i I «»· C HI » Y S JL M T f* H S F If O » U PAGE NINE. C TT CONNELLSVILLE LOWEST-PHICEI EIGHT The new duryslnrr-hmit De Soto Straight Eig' ! it is repeating in this city the un- port lleled »eneation it cineated in New Yoriu In he jpnodblic'is judgment it represents the greatest increase in the porchoaing POT* sr of the automobile dollar that hai beex offered by anyone up to tM« time, Unti its unbelievably low price is contrast id with what the new De Soto Straight Eigfc t actually is--an what it actually «ccon» plisl e»--there is no way o£ appreciating the fall value o 'this phenomenal engineering and maxiuf acturing achievement. The new De Soto Straight Faght beyond all doubt in destined to prove as outstanding a triumph in its field as did ita predecessor and companion car-the world-fmmras De Soto Six -- ·which, with a twelve-month's total of 81,065 cars, eatablislie*! an all-tune record as the largest-selling first-year ear in the history of Use automobile industry. 64 1 See the new De Soto Straight Eight and De Soto Six at the Automobile Show LAIRD REED MOTOR CO. 505 West Crawford Ave. Telephone 1348. Connelisvilie, Pa. A voice-amplifying system of your own THE } 'OWERFUL amplifiers of a public address system carry the speake-'s message to thousands of people gathered to hear it. BUT "V OUR qwn telephone will convey yoi ir message to many more people wh ) arc attentive to the voice of opportunity as they read The Daily Courier. WHATEVER your want or offer may be you need only phone it to a Courier classif ed ad-taker and in a few hours it will be known all over the city, When you phone your offer to 12, 13 cr 490 you speak to everybody! "The More You Say, the Quicker It Pays " IWWVVVMAAWWVVtJVWWVWVV^ i«www«rt*w^^ DVERTISE CLASSIFIE

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