The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 14, 1930 · Page 19
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 19

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 14, 1930
Page 19
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riUDAY. M A R C I E l\. VJW. I In Lone Expedition \, TOOTS AND rj|.SPE- Into Wilds of Brazil UK DAILY COUBIBR, QONNBIJLS 7IIXB, PA. PAGE NINETEEN. y JIMMY MUKFHTf PARDON ME HOME- A LITTLE LATE, S« 1 HAD To If?OP IN AT A COUPLE OF PLACES,' I HAVEN'T A THIN^ IVJ THE HOUe»fc. FOR tsiNJKJEfa. BUT AND NEL.BA TOA'ST, CASPER; NIATIBE OP ME. NOT to A EAT A UCTTl «1'i'iW I ic«u, Inc, Ornt Britain niMn ««»Kve It 1030, Km«[ Ptttartt Synd / · T H A T ' S PEtSfzECTLY ALL K?l4HT. BABYl ·YOUR. DIET IPrbu ANO I'M RI^HT \W1TH YOU 1 IP YOU CAN ON 6f RAPE-FRUIT AND M ELBA TO AST ENOUGH Pofa. MSy-foo: THAT-e THE. KIND OP A £u^ 1 AM 1 . I'M THE WAIT Sift, AT--THE- RESTAURANT N/VHSPB YOU HAt DINNER. S.O MiNirre-s YOU HAD A ·3TE,«.kl / VS^rETABL.ES, -5ALAP, COFFEE. ANP-P1E.J | feHOULD HAVE. You OF ^B.3S ANC ·^ i W:NOW You WANT ME TO 4-ET ETTA KETT. BY THE DAI OPS EAHLY LIGHT By PAUL BOBINSOTI Miss Elizabeth Steen, 29-year-old graduate student of anthropology ftt the University of California, aa she sailed on the S. S. Western World for Brazil, where, unattended except for an Indian guide, she will penetrate the centrai Brazilian jungles to seek a tribe of Indiana never seen 'by white men. She expects to be gone a year and it was in this territory that Colonel P. H. Fawcett, British explorer, disappeared in 1920. .Charged With Murder \ Asks Hiuiband'a Help Lfla Jimerson, said to be the "lart of th« Indian princesses," is being held, together with an aged Indian ·quaw, Nancy Bowen, in connection with th« murder of Mrs. Henri Marchan, wife of a Buffalo, N. Y., rnrtint. 8h« lioa sent a letter to the beroaved man, asking him to help her in hor hour of ne*d. PLAIN PRESSING ON SHORT PJNB FJR. F5EOVVOOD CV PRESS HER? DEAR NOAH IF ---Q c.«. - i^2! wexra^MPonnr CORK- ANO MA)U" DAO COMING. IN AT THIS TIMB »* THE TVte STORES ARE OPENING- BTTA A 105*- TYM TOUHOi ' BIG SlSTi;i£. THOSE THINGS TAKE TIME By LES FOBUBAYE. COME OK) I'LL QEATCHA FELIX THE UA'JT fcjr PAT SULLIVAH. UKA.T 1'UC 00 '. . IX.' SHOW r-40 OSt . TMAt VOOMCr THl(S»W MR A. MUCH TO QC. "*?""?*_ ·-· - J JESTHAFTAf-TEP I OW TIPTOES LET Hin-- VOO , WOULO'UME

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