The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 10, 1939 · Page 7
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 7

Canandaigua, New York
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Monday, July 10, 1939
Page 7
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., MONDAY,. JULY 10,'1939. Xlo MO A3 PAGESEVEltf A S S O C I A T E D E S S H CT C A P T I V A T E S B R O A D W A Y - L i v e l y Carmen Miranda *above) is the latest idol of Manhattan's theater and night club- goers. She's a Brazilian singer and comedienne, and critics hail what her hips, hands and eyes can add to a simple song. S U B J E C T TO C H A N G E -- W i t h Hitler's plans regirdtof the Free City of Danzig, the Nazi-dominated Baltic porf,Y(nJ, aefinildy known, this view of Danzir's town hall (through arch) is shown, supjectjo chim« but not "without notice/' '- ~ T O E TEST--Suits change but water-testing methods don't, . says Bethe Winslow, wearing a 1920 model at Clayton, N. Y. F I N E F £ A T !H L R S --"Proud as a peacock" conies natural to this bird, a rare white peacock in Leipzig". Germany, zoo* r C U S T O M - T A I L O R E D FOR H I T L E R --Cross-section shows the four-motored r-la 1 ^, of Condor FW 200 type, ordered by Hitler for his personal use.. It will have sufficient range to Ly nonstop from Berlin to N. Y. Hitler's room will occupy one-third the cabin space, the middle v;M be reserved for his entourage and serve as conference room; his bodyguard will be at lee fear. 1 0 7 Y E A R S -- B l i n a Mrs. Katherine Micko of Sykcsvilie, Pa., who celebrated her 107th birthday July 4, says she hopes to reach 125. Austrian-born, she spends most of her days in prayer, has her birth certificate with *ht date, July 4. 1832. - 1 ifiytitor"-*"-"'*'''' F A S H I O N F O I B L E S -- A four-legged accessory, this all- white noodle, completed costume of Lynda Nyren in Paris, France. D O N ' T ican-born Lady ' Astor ·: of thet English house of commons wag-= gles a finger in her chitt with' Justice Felix Frankfurter of U. S. Supreme court. The latter; was awarded an honotary/degree; at Britain's Oxford university. B I R T K R I C K T_«i mink German," says Elsie Pirow. Rritivi-lvjrn d.turiitcr «f defense minister for South Africa, cx- piaini'!;: iirr rircisicii to work in r. sins' fJrnnan lalior r.iMjJ. Hrr crnniip.ircnis wore CJ-.-rman, .r!'-:l«: ill.- lantnacr. B R U S H I N G UP ON F O R E I G N R E L A T I 0 N S--For the moment Vice President Garner encases attention of Olaf (tight) as the Norwegian crown prince lunches in capital with Senators William Borah (left) and Key rittman, of foreign relafcoas cvmitlce. "TM., * \ W O N D E R , Miss Jean NVhol (alwc). feats HWTC reatori- pUycrs in .ftc British tennis m»t*M ar.ts is r?- *r4ed by her coat... Betty NU»- 1. ss ««e ·* «»e most promis- S T I L L A R O Y A L R O M A N C E_0r Jy five yw-s separate the Duke of Windsor, England's former king, from the middle-age mark. With his duthess, he's seea arriving at his 45th birttoay party i* P*ri». Their retcn to England is **aia R E A D Y FOR L I F T I N G |OI--Workmen ad just on* of the steel, oak -covered pontoons to b« use* » lifttac (be Sawlos. the Mtaurme which suk MAT 22 off F«rtaM*tfc~ N. H. A L O O K AT L I N K S - F i v e tons of chain ntOt 2V-iiK*- tbick links (sb«wn) will attach to pMtoMS » S*«ah« s*lva««,

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