The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on February 27, 1930 · Page 9
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February 27, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 9

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AUJ TUN ·i-HE DAILY CCnmiEtt, CO] INBLLSVILJLE, PA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1930. vents in News Soviet Declares War on Religion , V" 1 "···wjj; Y% s Churches and monasteries ar* b«!ng demolish* d in Russia in the Soriet's mad ru»h towart * atheism. Bella, whose mellow tonea have called the faithful to worship for centuries, are being eras bed from their towers and melted so that tl « can be used for the manufacture *f fan a implement*. The churche* hmmt been converted into granaries in th« Soviet 1 * new craze for "cuRure." Pletar* shows peasants of Petroraky village bringing tfceir wheat to a church which have b*«n transformed iotw a granai-y. N*r»r**i Three Brothers in Arms Tenth Slays Drunken Stepfather in Defense Eiwrnrd SJickmeyer, 17 y««n» »U of Philadelphia, Pa., shot and W led his iitepfather, Cornelius Malligan, when the latter In a drunke-n rage forced himself farto th;ir home and attempted to beat ti\ j youth and hi* two sisters. Th* boy, who is being held on * charge of murder, told police that h* ftred tn-) shots at his stepfsrther because M feared ho woul Pilot Killed at Logan . peld, Three Injured (3Jift to right) Donald, Kenneth and Clyde Face, brothers, of Cobleskil!, N. Y., all of whom are enrolled in \h« Eighteenth U. S. Infantry, at Fort Hamilton, N. Y. Clyde was the most recent acquisition of the army, and by obtaining upe* lal permission, was assigned to the same unit with his two brothers. CONJURER'S DAUGHTER TRICKS DAD Giants' Training Camp Aviation Student Wins "Bobby Trout" Bracelet Columbus of Antarctic Reports New Lands i Miaa Virginia Pearson, of Stockton, Cal., girl aviation student, woe presented with it "Bobbj Tr»ot" identification bracelet. Th« bracelet, bears Miss Pear ion's name and hei finger print engraved upon it, Capt. Hjaimar Ruser-Lsrsen, of the Norwegian expedition, which is reported to have discovered new land in the Antarctic. The uncharted icy wastes which have been dragged out oi 1 the mists lie 7'1 degrees south latitude and 12 degrees west longitude. This would brine it. approximately between Enderby Land and Coats Land. -- Boastfu I Killer Proves His Strength 'W"*\ iS1 "* 1* T *-**" "WW5 In Saa AirlUmlo, Twtas, it the Winter training camp of the New York Giants for the cos ing saaaon, in addition to training of the regular team, several aaj brants are receiving a try-out for a placs on the well-known team. Above it pictured Arthur Veltman, tho flix-and-haH-foot Texan, n a batting pos« as he received a try-out as outfielder. (Upper 1 -ft) Francis Healy, of Holyoke, Mass., a youngster training with .he Qicnte in hopes of landbig a position AB catcher, (Ixr»-«r righ ) Karl Schmidt, son of "Cra«y" Schmidt, former fasaous catcher u: Bontoa, U se«ktng a post wjthjbhe J3iantB. For, Flaming Yo tth Of Modat n Young Websfler Wife Beaten to Death* This {cmitnae lingerie shove has oace more ent fashionable fold. Tbo boudoir net is cf pleatec and «cru lace. The i chemise of flesh chiffo merited with silver leaves ceated with hands cf w fur make a charming coo. for the dazzling young, this madam xge. pictured ired the Captain Lynian Patterson, of th« Maryland National Guard, wh« d ed at Baltimore from injurioa sustained when the plane he was flying went into a nose dive at, .Logan Field. Three passengers in jtlie plane were severely injured. The United States Government has 'ordered an investigation. Bowlus Breaks Own ; Record in California chiffon se sod i, oraa- tad *o lite foi, Wnation ters of James, ""v Baksrien, who at Police Headquarters New York continued to boast about the number of persons he killed and planned to kill, is shown tearing a telephone directory in hair by way of showing: how strong: he lit. Society Deb in Business The "Bossy Gi Jis" ol The Gra lite State Mrs. Cecelia Tsrudcau, .whose body was found battered and strangled beside a country road near Webster, Mass..." Her husband, Henry Trudeau, 26 years old (upper), from whom sn* was separated, was arrested _on a charge of first degree murder after poltea learned he had forced her by threats to keep an Af/.ss Pauline Dodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall /. Dodge, of New York, has joined the ranks of young society vomen seeking diversion in the co/nmerciaf field. Miss Dodg« has taken charge of tho ouzzle department of a New York book store. t Int«rnatlona) Between porforrnancos while playing an engag-mont at Cincinnati, J a n e Thurston, 19-year-old daughter of Howa d Thuraton, slipped out of the theater to obtain a marriage licens* with Harry Harris, of Pittsburgh, and to wed without the knowledge of her magician father. The couple is sho\«, above, at Cincinnati after Jane's mother had broken the news to the m ted conjurer. Hawley Bowlns, holder of the American glider record, landed near San Diego, Cal., after he had established n new mark for himself. He failed, however, to closely approach the world record of more than fourteen hours held In Germany. He set a new American mark st 9:G:27 Studies of Snake Man's Sweetheart The famous "Bossy" ( or Newburypoi-t, Mass counterpart in "Chai (above), the aucti, taker-realtor, of Laci . Carroll won the Repu ination for Mayor b whelming majority, · he'll turn the town ins ing the overall man the h«'i ever had. illis, Mayor; , has a real ie" Carroll neer-under- nia, N. H. jlican nom' an over- iarroll says de out, giv- first chanea Exclusive studies of Eleanor Ray, 17-year-oW farm girl, who tearfully bade James Bakerien goodbye as he was taken to New York to answer charges of robbing the Guggenheim laboratory, and to be further questioned regarding the poisoning of Henry S. Gaw, the laboratory f watchman. At the loft she 1 8 shown in hot jna.cul.ne- farm attire. In lhe center is a .mil- ing closeup of th« girl, and at the right, s he i, ·hown m her Sunday ciothes weeping over a photogriph of the man ,he loves

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