Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 1, 1949 · Page 37
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 37

Mason City, Iowa
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Saturday, October 1, 1949
Page 37
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14-A Sept. 30, 1949 MKIOII City Gltb«-Git«tte, M««on City, Picture News of the World for Globe-Gazette Readers ;!; " N -„,.. v' -**• ~ rf ~2ST* 8 5 px* '*Jr *?<&»• -~**< ^* ims ; ;•• ^ B v^i C Jt, B A L L E T — Lillian Jarvis and John™Marsha, of Volkoff Canadian Ballet, rehearse their routine on a Georgian Bay beach, Ontario, during practice for the coming season. ** i "' •*"-«•••• X. . .... ^.IUUUAU vu.-. _ _ _ GLACIER STUDY — Dr. Thomas C. Poulter packs a battery charger up the face of Taku Glacier in Alaska duringr tests Of ice thickness by members of Stanford Research Institute. ROYAL BOWLER — The Duke of Edinburgh sends down a spinner during a cricket match at Bournemouth, England, in aid of National Playing Fields Association. Umpire is at right. SKY TRAILS — Smoke patterns mark the trails of two planes in the sky as they stage an acrobatic duel in a Flying Tigers air circus at Hybla Valley airport near Washington. vi'^v^t'y ™"v < • CHILDREN'S PARADISE — A youthful station mistress starts a train tour of a children's town on the outskirts of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, administered by the youngsters themselves. WESTERN GERMANY'S HEADS — Dr. Theodor Hcuss (left), President of new Western German Republic, and his Chancellor. Dr. Konrad- Adenauer, discuss state affairs at Bonn. 'MISS EUROPE' — Juliette Figueras, who, as "Miss France" was chosen "Miss Europe" over entrants from ten nations of Europe in the international beauty contest at Palermo. Italy, displays an evening gown after her election. FRESHMEN TOGETHER — Mrs. Sally Schweinler's freshman "beanie" Is fitted by her sen, David, aftet they registered as first year students at College of Puget Sound, Tacoma, Wash. _ FOOD FOR P E T A I N — Mme. Petain (right) is aided by Mme. Fernande Nollcau in packing food N 'to take to her husband, ex-Marshal Henri Petain of France, on Ihe He d'Yeu off the French coast where he is serving a life sentence for treason. FA I R C R E E t E R S —" Princesses of the Court of Agriculture greet visitors to the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona. Cal. Top to bottom are: Nell Murphy, Louise Lewison, Prudy Ricca, GwenDeVall, Ethel Dovey and Jeanne Gaekle. ANGLER'S PRIZE Crew members assist In boating: a 383-pound tuna taken by Thorvald Sanchez of Cuba on the opening day of the International Tuna Match at Wcdgcport, N. S.~j ON T H E DANUBE — U. S. troops land on the Danube during "Exerciso Parvest," first joint army, navy and air force maneuvers in the European command since World War II. CHEMICAL HEAD—Maj. Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffc (above), who said "Nuts" (o the Germans at Bastognc, has been named .Chief of the Army Chemical Corps by President Truman. TO ARCENTINA— Stanton Griflls (above), of New York, former Ambassador to Poland and Egypt, has been nominated by President Truman, lo be Ambassador to Argentina. PYRAMID BYM O O N L I C H T — c'ncphren, second of three Great Pyramid* of L at Gizs, is clearly defined In this picture taken at 11 P.M..Autos made light streak en the road./ y

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