The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 26, 1930 · Page 16
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February 26, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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PACtK sf ·fHE DAILY COURIF/fl. CON NELL; WILLK, PA.. WIODNEKDA \ Communiam in Capital School 'QuietDemonstration ai Philadelphia New CMef Justice Takes Oath p;dith Briicoc (let:) and Helen Colodny as they «ipp 'nrod court at Washington, D. C., after being arrested n connection with a C i m m n n i s t demonstration in the downtown !«6tion. Tha latter, w! o is a papi! in Central High School, made the Rtartlinj statement t h a t 300 District of Columbia school stude us are active in the Communist party. Although Assistant School P iperintendcnt Stephen "·;. Kramer discounted her assertion, he (Ulr Jttcd that an organized campaign was in existence fo^thft purpost of spreading radical propaganda among the school children. Four- Generations From Utah Senator Reed Stnoot, now servinc; hin f i f t h term J-.B ' '.he jc'Si Jrorn Utah," with m e m b e r s of his family who, loge h e r , represent four ijeMeratioTis of the -Srooot Una. In a d d i t i o n i - j gr.eat-grand- father tmoot, there ar; Harold R. Sraoot, ^Tandfat, er; Mrs. Alice Smoot (Chambers, mother, and little Alice Chambe) i, ^rc daughte -, eranddaughter and dawchten who is just w» wej;ks Lady Powell in the Bahamas L.ai.ly Hit-Jen IVwc'l, wifi' of the f o u n i i e r of ho ; uternationa! b'\v : - i i « t orjrariti'ation. with lh« color guard of ti'.p Miami del»- Euiicr. ai the ru'.Iy of Buiumtai girl guides at Nass. u, Bihaina^ 1 · Scene at City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa., w a com- | Hall. No : ongh tactics were ns*d Mid no arrest* . l t * ^ t, « j f . nt . f .\1^ n UAa«*4mrr «/ifri WOT p mnt\t T\\\n. rendition rafitraxteri «rr*at.lv wittee of unemployed aoujfht a hearing; with weic madt . This, condition contrasted greatly Mfjyor Mackay. Th« mayor was said to have with the t ndition» that existed in Boston and b;en out and the demonstrators were warned Cleveland luring dmihur .dffmoiustrfttion*. njt to use forca in »tt«Jipting to «nt«r City Telling Uncle Sam It Won't Work opBomtnta of the prohibition law HA it f diaries I intWcum, of Baltimore; F. R. Coodert now stand* appeaj beforu th* House Jaclioisuy N nu Yor! lawyer; Benedict Ore-well, of Cleveland^ Committee to offer testimony In the hearingn en fcnr.er S cretary of War; and Ralph M. Shaw oj the dry Uw». They are, left ^e right; Rep. J. Where C^.r Met Severe I Tons of Rock ' ^ . -: = · ^ - ^ · ' Seven persona were, injuwd at Kerrville, Mo., ·f tisu* t f rock which the frost had loosened and when this interurban car collided with several ' which had blocked the ear's path. __ _To Imitate Nors jmen Rebbls Freed by Soviet Borah Is Informed Held as Suspect in Chicago Mystery Slaying M. LitvinofV, netiiiK Commiasat foj' Foreign Affairs of the Soviet Governmtmt, in rnply to an appeal from Ser-.ator William Boruh for cosisation of persecutien of Jews avid ChrLatians in Russia, has announced Uiat all of the rabbis who hare been under arru.it have been ire'eased except three As his part in the celeb -ation of its one-t.housundih year f vcpve- sentativc government b ' Greenland, Comm.'indfr Don. Id MacMillan, veteran Arctic explorer, plans to go from the c ist coast of America across the northern seas to Greenland in a si mil boat, such as the old Norse xplorers used. He was phot igcaphcd above as he announced his plans U p o n his -.irrival in I..o. Angeles from Hawaii. William Luckner, as he appeared when grrilled by Chicago detectives as a suspect in the brutal murder of Mrs. Agnes Lavander, of Chicago, whose lifeless body was found fn a ditch beside a railroad truck on Chicago's^ North Side. Lcckricr admits accosting her shortly before the body waa found. Charles EVUM Hugh« arrivae at the Suprezne Court to take thct oath of office as Chi f Juattce of the highest tribunal in the land. His induction into of'lce marked his recession to William Howard TafL retired Chief J astic«, wtio a still aeriousiy ill followjnjf his phyBiCil breakdown i few w»eka ago. (Inset) The Hon. Oliver Wend«fl Holmo» 0 wl o suiministered the oath of office to Chief Jftwtica Hugbes. Hoovers Educate Hinterlands A group of mountain children from the Bluo Rldff« region, of Vitjrinia, waiting outride' the little fram« echoolhotue which wa* fauill for them by President and Mrs. Hoover, for the opening session. Twenty children, all of whom walked anywhere from four to fdx miles, were on hand lor the opening of the school, which was the first they had ever seen. Tha teacher, Miss Christina Voflt who was appointed hy the Hoovers, is herself a mountain girl uno a graduate of Berea College, in Kentucky. A Royal Equestrian Voting Princs Eat ad, nephaw of K.iriR Zog» the apparent to the AJbaniai throne. of \} :

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