The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 10, 1938 · Page 8
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February 10, 1938

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT. THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILLE, PA. , raUKUAKY 10, IIMS. Wnlthcr Funk minister of economics Joachim von Rlbtentrop · » , foreign minister Hermann Gocrinc ·. field marshal, No. Z Adolf Hitler Is, of course, supremo Alfred Evan Reames . . . named to succeed Stchvcr Admiral General · Erich Racdcr . navy commander Col. Gen. Wnlthcr von Brauchltnch · .. air commander Rudolf Hens ' deputy party leader Gen. \Vllhclm Kcitel .. new chief of staff Joseph Gocbbcls propaganda minister Oregon gains Its first Democratic senator In many years as Alfred Evan Rcomcs, 68, of Mcdford, a life-long Democrat, takes over the TJ. S. scnato seat vacated through the resignation of Frederick C. Stelwer, Republican. Reames,. a leading attorney and Interested in utilities, was appointed to too vacancy by Gov. Charles H. Martin, ·who has been an antagonist of tha .National Labor Relations Board. Reames will-servo only" until-~th« ' November election. Stelwer joins a. law firm In 'Washington, Further study of the changes In Germany indicate that Fuehrer Adolf Hitler did not quite defeat the army In Its test for power. All the generals raised to commanding posts ore of old army tradition. Although they nre subordinated to Hitler personally, they will continue to resist the radical elements of the National Socialist (Nazi) party. But the foreign office now Is completely NazUlcd. --Centra] Preit B. F. Holbrook, of Atlanta, Go., pictured with n newspaper photographer, claims to be tho smallest lawyer in the world. Holbrook is 3' 6' tall, weighs 65 pounds. Tho photographer fi' 11", weighs 217 pounjs. Bchool children of Catskfll, N. T., were facrf with the samo problem their.cslcimo cousins have to copa ·with. They are shown picking their way over ice cakes in West Main Street, on their way to their clawes.- Flood waters from tho Hudson Eivcr jammed tho street with ice floes. (Central PreuJ^ Dr. Karl Lcebrlck . . . heAd» Kent State Dr. Karl C. Lecbrlck, dean of the College of Liberal Arts at Syracuse university, has been elected president of Kent State university, Kent, O. Dean Lccbrick will succeed Dr. J. O. Englcman. who will retire in June after 10 years as president of Kent. --Central Prtit Thomas S, P»g«; Liverpool, N. Y., compiled with the law which placed an advertisement for tio Now York World's Fair of 1930 on his au'io license tags, but has his say nevertheless. His postscript is,tho ofgn.which reads " Don't Go." Page says he has nothing against tho Fair, but'objbctt to "a bunch of financiers patting something likd that over on us'." (CentralPrut) ; ;;3fsui Marjorlo .Walters ;; j · . »· .-tells of whlto slave ring (Story by Jean Marjorlo Walters,, :abovc, of how she was lured to) Hollywood by the beckoning finger: lof film fame and then ended up I |as pawn in a white slavo ring) sent federal agents In San Fran-' dsco on a.series of raids which netted 40 men and women linked! to a Pacific coast vico ring. Miss; Walter*,, formerly "of Great Falls,; "saldiaho" was "sold*** tori . . .. .5150. · · - - --Central JFVc** ' Frances P. McCnUough .-. ..slio talks now Jailed for- ii days for refusal to answer questions put to her by Immigration authorities, Frances P. McCullough, 10, of St. John, N. B., no* has decided to answer and has been released from Cambridge, Mass., jolL A judge sentenced her to jail until sho answered. . J. Emery Duftkln, Jr. ... prisoner oil radio Unescorted by officers, J. Emery Puskin, Jr., an inmate of Kilby prison, Montgomery, Ala,, cornea to New York for a radio appearance. Ho was to return promptly after the radio appearance. This is tho first time In nine years In prison that Duskin, .serving a. term for embezzlement, has been outside. ,~ --Central fret* Junior officers of the Egyptian army arc pictured at Cairo, taking their oath over a Koran of their fealty to their boy King, Farouk. livery troop in the district marched to the palace square and every officer entered tho i royal palace to take tho oath. (Central Prat). ·'F/cdKoth . : ..still has work to do No sooner did Fred Roth, Clevc- . land business man and chairman of that uproarious "small business men's" conference in Washington, return home than he received a dclugo of telegrams and letters sent by delegates who still.want- ed to talk after the conference adjourned. Roth said that many of the plans Advanced were "screwy*',but that much good came"6ut of the conference. He said thcro is . talk'of establishing a. permanent advisory board of small business 'acinto B. Pcynaldo, brother of the Uato Francisco Pcynaido, one-time IDominican Minister to tho United ·States, is pictured above. Ho has bccn nominated by President Rafael ITrujillo ns successor when Trujillo irctircs from presidency in August. (Ccitiral Pros}* Snow-covered automobile at Calumet, BUch. Of all snowbound motorists In Michigan, the one who owns this automobile knows that it really snowed. Only tho top is visible. The picture was taken in Calumet as the ctty witnessed a second heavy blizzard within a week. V. S. coast guard cutter Diligence ord tho rescued men, Uarrl Alkcn, 51, half-breed Indian, and Conrad Shovlcll, 37. Ponr-ycar-old Carey McDanicl is a little hero to his mother, with whom he is shown in their homo at Hoosovolt, L. I. Tho lad saw his mother collapse "from coal gas poisoning. He jumped out of bed, dashed into the street aod fnllnd a policeman, who revived his raoihcfc. After two unsuccessful attempts, tho U. S. coast guard cutter Diligence, stationed at Two Harbors, Mich., battled blizzard and Ice to rescue two men marooned, on .Cat island in Laka Superior, go mile* from Two Harbors. The two men, Harrl Aikcn, 51, left, half-breed Indian, and Conrad Shovick, 37, are fishermen of Bayflcld, Minn. The vessel is a solid jhiot of io«. ' Mrs. Marian Rawald ... tells of "love" shooting A strange tale of now an elderly admirer of a young wifc sought to r e c o n c i l e her vlth her estranged husband so that another and younger rival \v»uld bo "frozen out" of the picture was related to a New Ctty, N.'-Tf., jury by Mrs. Marian Rawald, above, central figure in tho quadrangle. Mrs. Rawald testified at the trial ol William Frank, her G2-y»ar-old admirer chargM with firing shotgun blasts tha'. made 36-yiar-old Russell Maincs, his rival, a wheelchair «oppi ,·»£*

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