The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 5, 1930 · Page 12
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 12

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Wednesday, March 5, 1930
Page 12
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PACT:; TWF-r.VE. V'KDNE^DAY, MARCH 5, 1930. Wedding Bells and Psaris New York Police Again Battle Reds Cardinal on (the Air This .Seminole br : .dal couple wi-rc recently u n i t f d in mnrriagt at the I n d i a n village in M i a m i , Kla., where they we? t.h«? object of m u c h interest among the members of the Whit* · c o l o n y . Ths groom is Neni V'abula, and his bride is Hia-et oi. Note th* elaborn'.tnesn of the bridal coststaeu, including « pearl for the b r i d e which ia mads np of dosens of stra ,d.i and from the top of her low-cut dress irell up to her · iin. Auto Magnate Selected Ambassador lo Poland Mrs. Wot ten in Politics John North Willys, a u t o m o b i l e rflagn ite, is the lutest lo 5o d r a w n Toy Irosidcnt Hoover f r o m tlu- frank? of big buoincss to fill a va- !r:uicy in the ArnbaKt;adoria) ranks. W i l l y j if expected to succeed the face Alexander P. Moore iw Ara- baso-ajor lo Poland. While thej wvn; gath*w«J «t R dinner in Wi-^hington, D. C., a nun. clrotl of t ic nation's oatstnnding women h :rd Mrs. Nellie Tayloi IvOtw, f u r i i or Governor of Wyoming, tak; ,n- American woman to tank for i ol ri'cogriizing un/1 dla- charj'inj M'rr public responsibilities. Police Arrest 4 Hub'' Strikers Police official* tak«t into custody txs* of ti M diatoi4crs of th« p6ii-e' f in d«nro*tr*itJo«jj gixwrtog out ol ttto 3o0tcm N«'jdle Woric- «nt' Union «trik« mnv in pxogr^an. Two of the women si.rresUd, who xupportvd oppORJBg nJdcs in tb« nbrtk* *»oe, dbxitek al each wtier, puil«4 tiair »nd screamed nntil pflir ?ov»n int«rl«.?c.J Vvik them int« ;. · · : . .··.'/SsSJs s ?;;··''··· .9 .-J )fib» OJty Hall Park, New York City, a^aln the scene of * turbulent clash bfttweeu Commnimts and police t'hen · band of Coairnnni»t women and children trere tliipersed by 100 patrolmen, mounted polieu, wad detectives rushed to the spot to meet the situ.iUon Police are ahotnl ordering th« deunon- n t r a t o r s · 7 move en,, following: their attempts to R f a g e a lass protest presumably against unemployment and poiica interference) during previous Altitude Air Ace Sets Speed Record ii^fras^K#»«M'*«-'^"'*'-*« : S|*i2,3S jg ·s%i3fiit| 3p" f!|tiitp«lllbi ^.«__ WBfred G. Maor*. bolder of lh altitude record of \9.6f.9 fe*t for t'-^ht plane*, has now s«t the v.-orld's speed record over u 100- kilometer do*tsd course by flylflg with a iaa- Moor estab.H*bei both rea»Td» a Mo., n ti* plane beatd* wkiok ha u ift Bay State Legislators Flay Some of tha r^egislatora v;ho atiend;ed f,he buttle in tho Massachusetta State Home over t e n box ing »ad wrwtling: bills which wene introduced 8- me of tho bills Aemrtnded the abolition of S ate Boxing Commission. First Air Mail From Chile to U. S. Htige flying boat carrying ltd precious ca*g-o of t Ar erica, to carry the mail over one relay division *a first air mail to be carried from Chile, ! of the 8,000 mile jump. The route crosses over Argentina and Brazil to the Uni'.pd States. The j Ifi countries on two continents and the service ship ie shown just aftwr taking off from Port, of ·»·! 1 cut down the tnv*el time from 18 days to Trinidad, at tbe jsorthcra tip »f SotUk a b - u t one week. ...----- Htn Bn»i«MJBc« C»rdlH!'.I Bayea of M«w York, ond Bishc-p Schrxnnfca of Cleveland M the;' app**!'*^ a.t th« jnauirnration of Catbotic Hour an a feature of the nmttett-widc radio service of the Nntional Broadcasting C«inpzry. Tb« Cuttiolic Hour WBB officially opened by C«rdin*Ji Hayo* o»cr otolinn WEAF. Prohibition Chief fn Narcotic Bureau former Dcpotf Bead* Federal Reserve Bank Herbert Ccue, Deputy G- rrernor of th* New York fedon! R««erve' Bank, succeeds Gate/i M. McG*rriibi aj chairman of the ban f, accord* ing to the anno«tnc«nvent of th« Federal board *t Wasbtigton. Dr. MeGaunrmh baa rceigned to accept the diroctorahip of the Uwni ternatianal Sottlemeats at Switzerland. ioner of ehfef «rf the t!are«n of s, to repfesee ColtweJ L. G. Jhwtt, MiBted as Ready Itor "Blind" Flight Tb« shldent ariato' at !*Mand, Calif., at the left in about to b« sziciooed in hood c verbur tho cockpit, which will make him depend entirely upon Lla hstruwenfcs for gaidanc* in flying the plane. H» thus gain* »elf-rel anee suii confidence in his instruments which ·will stand bira in good gttad wh«n h« encounters dense fog or bliz- tnrda aod mint de«rmint his eoura* entirely without external aids. New Transmission Record .'^" ·' -"^ - Left b» right, technical asoiBtanUi William B u r n s and Krar;.! CI Morehouwe, helpi.t^ Captain S. H. Ranker, invonlor u n d -}\\ f operator, t* relay to London the International New? photo o " ths Phil Scott-Jack Sharkey fight in Miami, Fla. Its reception in London, orer 4,000 miles from the scene of aAion, in- (inn; f a r publication in Londo i papers of ftme date, the greatcsi picture kroadcast ftver attempted.

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