The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 13, 1930 · Page 16
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March 13, 1930

The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 16

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PAGE SIXTEEN. fHE DAILY COURIER; CONNEJLI.E VTLLE, PA. THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1930. I People and Eveivts in. Day's Ne^ws I ofiT^jrwi RjCk^-l mir**Tmcy \ ^vm«^nl \n^.J-i«-.^^. SONS OF FORMER PRESIDENT MOURN Canyon Bed Claims Aerial Victims Seeks New Altitude Record Robert, left, and Charles Ta'ft, sona of the late Willia n Howard Taft, snapped before the home of their father in Waahlntrton as they arrived upon news of the death of the former president and,, chief justice. Seized as Kidnaper New Principal Keeper at Auburn State* Prison Seized with 14 men in a $250,000 kidnap extortion ring, Mrs. Myrtle Gorman Resnick, above, is ·aid by Chicago police to be the div.orced wife of a victim of the gang, Theodore Koppelman, wealthy insurance official of the Windy City. Police also declare Mrs. Resnick was the sweetheart of Pete Gusenberg, one of the St. Valentine day massacre victim*. Charles Johnson, .'new principal I keeper of Auburn Prison, at the 1 Funeral of the la to principal! keeper, Bockwith, who died when a convict plunged a knife into while parsing for inspection. Agairi* Soars IS 1 Record Elinor Smith, diminutive flyer from Freoport, L. I., being welcomed back to earth by her mother after the aviatrix had shattered the wonv;n's altitude record by aecending about 50,000 feet in an hour and a half. The special barograph sealed n tha plane before the take-off was delivered immediately to an oiTicial observer for the Vationai Aeronautic Association and in t be examined before the record can be accepted afficially. Jimmy Does, A. W. Bieber and John SI a torn flew from Kinj?na»n, Ariz., nearly two weeks ago, and died when their plane fell la a lonely canyon of the San Bernardino Mountains. The three crashed with broken bodies--'or ebvicusly dealfc had eomi with merctfnl Bwiftness when the *r*a| Trl-moto ed Express went plunging through tha fog and crashed head-on into the rocks «t the canyon I id. Senators Warm Up at Spring Gamp } Member* of the pitching staff of the Washing- + arma 11 a praetia* aeevion during thwtr ton baseball team limbering 09 their pitching I train is i at Biloxi, Mia*., for the coming. Death Takes Part in Fliers Stunt K ' ; MR ,'{?" v i '*'». A. .*»!* *'**IU Picture shows the wreckage of the plane In which 4- it fe! 1,500 feet out of control during * loop Lieutenant Clyde West (inset) waa x killed whea I stunt, near Joliet. IIL His Honor v the Mayor, Seeks a Bride Marshall Handle, teat pilot far the Loeknead Alrarrft Company, Lot Angelea, teating fela oxygen apparatus prior to his attempt to create « a«w wwld'a neord in altitude for weifhted planes. Headl« will «ury a "pay load" of 1.100 pounds nnder the supervision of J.;we p h N0tr»nt, official of tha NaHonal Aeronaatic A»ociation. Headla hopes to attain a height «f 81,000 feet U bant the mark of 30,200 feet, eatabliahed la O«rmanr. New Zealand Greets Byrd MI Conqueror Federal Judge Fr~ -^ ' Mass. Rum Rear-Adrairal Richard IS. Byrd, *j*b .the weather-hardened crew of his history-making Antarctic expedition, cam* back to civilization a few days ago, to b« greeted by tha no«t tumultuouj reception New Zealand has ever accorded a world hero. His sturdy ship, thi City of New York, showing th« battering of ice and ravages oi wind, cave testimony to a strenu- pus year at the ice barriur and itt battle through the floes on its re- James E. Farrar, (upper) arrested iome time ago in Boston, Mass, and charged aa a "Buyer" of liquor under a test case, indicted by the Gram! Jury, has been exonerated by the ruling of Federal' /udgre James M. Morton, Jr.' (lower), who held that the mas* wa* not a Bereaved in Buffalo Tragedy 1 Andrew J. "Bossy" GilUs, the "bad boy" mayor t bri te, and looks over a'few of the choice ones at of Newburyport, Mass., is visiting Los Angeles thi M.G.M. Studio. "Bossy" holding the derby (ar"l hov^ Mr. Gillia admits h« in lonWnir for a I lo . Henri Marchand, ^veil-known artist, and his daughter, with the do« which watched ovsr the body of Mrs. Marchand after the latter had been beaten to dfath with a hammer. "Princess Lila" Jimerwm said to be the last of the Indian princesses, and an aged squaw' Nancy Bowen, accuse each other of the crime. The Indian eiri is said to have be.jn enamored of the white man, to whom 8 h haa written a pleading lettw from »«· ,jail cell asking for his help.

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