The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1930 · Page 10
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 10

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, February 25, 1930
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THE COURIER, CONMKL I S, PA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1930. ' MOTHERS FIGHT OVER 'PROXY' BABY Soviet DagflCS ToWIU*d Atheism tare 7 Were Buried Alive When Mrs. Kdith R. Hcadrick, of Wichita, Kas., ab at birti, she contracted with Anna Snralinn Depir Hod Wing, Kas., an expectant mother, to give hrr 1 born. Now the baby, 10 months old, shown in Mrs. is tho object of a court buttle. Miss Dcpinssis w; turned while Mrs. H«adrick, who hoped the; uriop wo ild reunite her with her husband, insists on ve, lost her bnby ;se, 20, insot, of ·aby to her when Headrh'k's arms, nts (he baby re- ion of the child keeping her. Sailor Modern "Borgia" J a n e s Kaker, left, being questioned by Deter (standing) mid Assistant Prosecutor John W eif?ht poison murders ho i,t said to have con officials are en route to Detroit to get Bukf murder charge in New York in conection with CJ iw, a watchman. This is one of the eight ,- Kul-cr. Detective Schouw is shown holding the ·ngrured eij;ht notches, one for each of the the sailor. jvo Harry Schouw itts, regarding thn 'essud. New York r, who will face a '..he death of Hwnry ersons poisoned by pistol on which aro admitted by On Miami-Panama Flight I.i'f. to risht, Majnr Jacob B. Packet, cx«!ct tive offt;-?r of tho mat^rui! d i v i s i o n a'. V/rUrht Fh-ld, O h i o ; irft P:nnis C. VVhito- hca i. aiu! l,i«utunanl. A l b e r t F. HujsrcnbcrgtH-. They are tho three ot'fi .-fra v/hij took off fuirn MtRni'', utternptinij i non-stop flight of 1,2('0 Biilea to 1'enaraa. Miijor Fiokol i.-* the t mitir officer on the f l i g h t , while Hesrenborjrer »uul Whitehead are eteran plane pilots 9l Ihrillinjf flight This picture of Comrounfsm, fresh from th«i land of its orig-in. reveals a aida of tha n«w colt that seems to JIAVO been omitted from th« platform of the American brethren. The shafrl-copered wojnen of tha Soviets *r* paaaing bricka frota hand to hand an the Government remorts th« last via«tige of the Semenov Monautery, up to make wmy for a new "ptO^ee of Th« wo k of dsslaTiction is A part of tfa« Soviet im.grroir for removing religion from tho lives of the peo .la. The elderly workman in the center ^oregw nd was toraserly a monk who mad« his Jioiae IB the motmeien for more thaa 20 years. He ha* now tirrned Afcheiat and is aaristin* ia *J»ti mo. march ««»iB6t VJew a* th« hug-e ca J storasre shed oi the McNnlty Brothers Coal Co.. New Tork, after Ifc collapsed. «sndtng900 fconsof coal down upon ·oven own working lenaath the structure, who were buried aliv« with no di»ane« to esc ipa. Police and fire department rescue squads with hand and steari BhoveJs worked desperately to uncover th* men in iheir tombs andesr tho mountain of coal. . Coplidge.s Enjoy the Golden West *_-/ " «T ,J i - - . . _ . - . . . .. .. ; Police Tune In on Crime Calvin and Grace Coolidge did Hollywood tfcor- oucrhly. They got np bright and early and went out to eat ham and egg* at the Breakfast Club - f The f- 'President *nd hto wife were t I meub. rSvlp wfftou ; gotog . I " *nd ej j" ritwal. the uiraal "ham t n u r o a i t a a m 's ^Versifier* Sees Fortune Fade Jurist I Uiles Necking 2fe Legal Young Airmen Make Four New Air Records The Chicago Poli'ie Department will, after April 1st, be better equipped to cope vvith crime. Squads of police and detectives will cruise their diatric .a in automobiles which will be equipped with low wave receiving rac io aets. Low wave broadcasting sets will be em- ploye*! to flash ne??s and orders to tho cruising cara and BO-enable that car which is closest to the scene of crime activities to reacla th« MUB« of action in the shortest possible time. ^Culture" Instead of Religion Mrs. [da Retort-Lawrence, once known as "President McKtnley's favorite versifier," as she appears in her home at Lou Angeles, a semi-invalid, facing foreclouure of her property. Property valued at SYo.OOD was foreclosed recently, and other real estate, worth $160,000, may simiUirly he lost. \ Mrs. Kuby Dogert, w to, with her husbanB Peter, w; 9 awarded $1,250 by a Chicago judge when they brought suit aga .ist the management of a Chicag motion picture house after they were ejected from the thaatr« I scauae they were Lee Schoenhair, daring younB aviator from Akron, Ohio, who set four new world speed records foi airplanes over the Jacksonville 'Beach. Schoenhair set his new 'marka in a flight of four hours and 10 minutes. The four are added to tha two marks Jie m«{e Soviet soldiers en Tying Ikona and relig-ioug decorations from the Seminova Monastery in Moscow prior to the tearing down of tha religiouB house tc make way for a new "house of culture." Tha procedure is in a cord with the Soviet policy of releffating religion, to B minor positic a in tha affairs of the Russian neonJ«-

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