The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 1, 1930 · Page 8
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, March 1, 1930
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1'ACR KIC1HT. SATURDAY, MARCH .1, CONNELLiBVILUO, SPRING TORNADO RIPS PATH THROUGH OHIO TOWN Asks Dominicans To Enri Revolution -Year-Old Turk Life-Long Abstainer; JUMP INI THE WATER IS FINE! V.'r, age kr.p;e of a house at Roseville, O., f o l l o w i n g a heavy spring st-irm which destroyed four homes, dam- f r u ' t o r i c s and i n j u r e d eight persons as it cut a p - t h two mil-sa wide across a section ot' the state. The storm was traveling at more ihaii 100 miles an hi ur when it struck the town. Where "Miami Maid" Came to Grief Charles B. Curti«, American Minister to the Dominican Republic, who Is trying to bring about » peaceful »sttl«ment of the preaem political revolution wWch na« divided the little Latin country Into two hostile e*Jtnp,i and threaten! « present sliite-K, -i-sww®^ *·# If Sf;*^*- :'· ·.;'-,;·? -* X - '·*$# j^'l Cl. seup of Zaro Agha, the 156- i y c r-old Turk, whoe« boast it If. ' th; t in nil his longr lif« he haa , ne -or taken a drink vt intoxicating' l i n lor. r ~ Queen of New Orleans Mardi Gras Rescuers recovering thfi bodies of threa poa- ·*· it crush d into the water a few minutes after singers f r o m the v/rerkngre of the flying boat ' M i a m i Maid," in which they were killed when taking r 7 from Miami Seadrome, .tfiaial, Fla., on a schsd iled flight. .... . . --- r/lOTHER, BROTHER OF SLAIN BRIDE ''-iring a n o t a b l e personal victory - i - r h i s p o l i t i c a l oppom-rts, A n - dre Tnrdicu, lender of t h e Nn- tional Republican party of Franc ;, was asked by President Garten Doujnerjpje to nttempt fcrmatic-n of u new ministry to succeed the short-lived cabinet of Camilie Chauterapa. Although winter swimming is ncr one of Michigan's recreational features, several Albion college c«-cds, at Albion, have proven that aquatic winter sports are possil le there. Photo shows a group of co-eds taking advantage of a break in the cold weather to take a dip in the Kalamazoo river, w h i c h flows past the campus, when the temperature of the water was ; 7 degrees. They arc, l e f t to right, Alice Grieve, of nig Rapids; Hildreth C. Rood and Elenore Knudy, of Detroit, rest) 5g after their swim. Tha fact that "revelers prefer blondes" in believed to have Influenced the judges In selecting this beautiful young Southerner, Misa Shirley Carter Cordill, a« queen of this year's Mardi Grag revelries at New Orleana, l. "Her Majesty'' ia a daughter of Mr. ao4 Mw. J. 1-. Conjjll, United in Oriental Ceremony Carrying Cpmmiinisni to Wall Street Mrs. AUco Fruncisco arid her son, Fay Francisco, both ; iov% ot Dayton, O., mother and brother of Mrs. Evelyn Edgington, !0, brida of ;i year, who was found in her Columbus, O., npartmei c by her hiisijruid, Lawrenco Edgington, brutally slain, when JIG retui icd f r o m work. The Fmnciscoa have been questioned by police in an effort to determine some motive for the slaying. .if ^ · :·* * , .*TM*rt J A · '· VL S **' · ·* ' ^'M'.-* l i / v » v ^ t . .- rfii':- * fffK^fSm i'iSTwSiS fe m$ ^} -9 ·mHoK ^sWs*iy-4',-; Charloa II. Clark, with his jride, the former Klaio J3enkard, daugh- t«r of Mrs. Lewis Stuyvej mt Chanlcr, rvfter they were united in Sets Chute Mark Benrfng John Porter, recently released army deserter, high on their shoulders, ihesu v e h e m e n t Com-Muniats ar* assembled at the Battery, ready for t, descent upon Wall iStreet, Ne-w Yo'rk City. Notice the lurid banners martyrizing the New Bedford, Mftaa.. nan who hae just seryed ti^on ·»cnt5i'( "or desertion f r o m thfl 0. S. Army. The iemori.'! ration assumed ftprioun proportion* at the bus; intersection of Broad and Wall Streets, and it was necaasury for police to line their fistu c yon th« crowd b;foro it c«old b* «l tape rood. by the strange oriental rites; of the Bahai roligion. of which th» brldo i* a rnomler. The ceremony, -which was vowfesa, was eonduftted hy Mirza Ahmad Sohr»b, head of the Bahai religion In the United Stateii. Out.itandinjt urnon^ the reqniremcnte of the faith under which the couple wer» married are absolute equality of »exe» »nd th» utja»«t loyally and devotion tovvard Pulpit Serves Double Purpose Wife of Chief Justice to Hear Vall« Crc on ^ J a c k Dare, above, pilot for a commercial flying service, is claimin;; a new world's record for a delaj'L-0 parachute drop. At B i r m i n K h a 11, AUu, he leaped f r o m « plane at a 15,000-foot altitude ·ml pusse.! another plane nt a 4,000-foot altitude before he pulled Uu rini? that opened his ehute, Hailed as New Queen of the Atlantic Captain Char es Stratford, of the Salvation Army, Waahil.-^ian D. C., w i t h the p u l lit he recently completed and which serves a d o u b l a purpose. T! ; ? puhiit opens nt the bac!', as .'V.own, and contains a f u l l y - t - f | u i p p i 1 t o o l - b o x and a stand fd, 1 - the speaker at religious services. St - a l f o r U conducts a uumbei oi 1 classes in wood carvins; and similar ' raftf.. Mrs, Charles Evans Hughe of the newly apjjoint«d 8 Court Justice arriving at tl tfi'essional Clubwomen's It held nt the Pan-American R u d y Vallee and his bam as chief entertuinei-s, acce Mrs. Hoover's wish to he; play. ,, wife '.prema e Co?i- ncheon union. acted ling to · them The S. S. Europa, of the North German Lloyd .ine, which is now ready for its first tram-Atlantic ,-rosaing, BO long awaited on both sides of the ocean, The new liner, which is a sister ship of the Bremen, will measure 038 feet in lenjrth, as does the Bremen, hut i a x p c o f e d to cnUMijch a new record for sp;eiiy trtuit A t l ' u s U o t r a v e l Work on the ship wa* peri- Oli;'l\ r e t u r d r d a b o u t B year njjii w h e n u fire bro!« out ^iul g u i n f i l cousuU-rahia h e i i d w u y b e f o r e it eou!(, bo c h f o k f i i .

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