The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 11, 1939 · Page 5
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 5

Canandaigua, New York
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Tuesday, July 11, 1939
Page 5
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., TUESDAY, JULY 11,1989. ' r ; r W I N N I N G T H E I N D I A N --His ancestors may have turned in their banal mounds, but here's one Indian who !i!a-d a modern sport--ridinz a painted pony on the merry-go-round ai Flasrslaff. Ariz. He attended Indian pow-wow there. A S S O C I A T E » p HCT E S S W E L C O M E - A Mexican schoolboy greeted the president of his country, Lazaro Cardenas, when the latti-r halted at Couer- vos during a tour of the farm regions. Cardenar, v/as chcckin.? up on the agricultural needs the Mexican valley. W E D D I N C ' B E L L E--The marriage of AerieUe Fraser, heiress to Willys motor millions, to the Hon. Michael Strult, with v.hom she's shown, will link this moneyed Yankee beauty to England's top-rank nobility. Mr. Strutt is the son of Baron Helper and his sister is the Duchess of Norfolk, wife of Britain's premier lord. "The wedding will be July 15 at Newport, R. I. ·/ ; /·' -^' v %4' -,'- ; A.'***: ; ; ^W^^f^B' . ,'!""-','-..,/:'- " lma^'» v '"' ' " ' fc^"/. .-: 1 "t^.-~a ^^lf mn ff'.i:Ji^^/'^ir-,~^"^-Aj^^'^"'-"'-- ·" - · · " B I G I O B W I T H S T R I N G S TO LJ--Under the watchful eye of Rex G. Finney, parachute instructor at Glendale, Cal., some would-be army Hyers learn how to collapse a ' c hut^|rtse men and others of sroup have started a three-month course to tram them to pilot planes Hie. War fle- narlment will buv. They'll finish air education at Randolph and Kelly f.elds. . . . - · · · _ ' D E B U T R A M P S ' M A K E T H E I R B O W--The homaee of curtsy-ine maidens is ac- knov.-ledjred by five s-Sf-sivlccl "debutramp?," who had 250 Kuests at their coinin?-out party in Racine, Vis Left to risht, the men are: John Thompson, James Hamilton, Keith Tollaksen, Russeil Morgan and F.-omm. The men carried corsaces which they sent themselves. .R E F S R E E--Dr. Carl Burckhardt (above), as League of Nations high commissioner for Dariiig, occupiss a troubled zone between German and Polish disputants. Hitler calls him "most tactful of men": observer-; asrec that he needs to be. 70 U S K Y - P S L O T I N G--Shaped tike an ^rpiane ha^ar, ·Ms snail churrii «'as recently consecrated near the French mil:- t-irv airfield at O?i.v. near Paris. It is caik-d "Notre Dame de i'.ijr" and is popular with aviators and mechanics at the nearby fk-I'j' i ta£.s rir-ph-d from the steepk- and the soui'.d of plar.c niotcrs " was i-.rard during the cons?cration cere.-ncny. I S H I S F A C E RED?--TSiinl rosr-msn Mm!:! May (Icfi) registers amaw-mcni as thr ba?l \v".iij/.cs ;jjsi i-rv. Piiillies-DodEcrs game v.-on by tin- Frooxlynit. s. 7 - 5 . ."·.»;« Ihf Dodzcr;;" Mr! Almar?.': nuTlf-.ic u?i ,-.?. :·:: "."J \ ·*· * o · c T ;-" p I A i, t- - i » : E :;-. ·.vspzpornii'ii t l ; · i:i:y. a t!s;:h i:..- tufc'r-. Srrr.r of ;;L" 'J;i;jr I.-:r;or..v.;. !;.r.;iuy. r. t^i (? T ! 0 N iVi:-T Jh~ Prcsid2nt entertained .·':. ox-:, on I c f ) a::0 H-'.tr.-is at Hyde i-i,: r -a \vilii pciiiira* ' atcn-words covered- his ··':···'.· -·-·(.-: Vl-.'· -'.;rr. irs Every Fot, Soak the Rich, i -·/.·::''· 'ssVir,.-.:. .M-jfr.y.r-np. 1 -. Sccia!is-is, Msuifest i;.?.. iiii j-3i Behind "LicL-i-ty League." « D E N T I S T --Record aj;-r.:I- ai'.rr is expected July 1" at \!.il- waukoc fomuntion of Amrricar: DrnSal association of which Dr. A r t h u r yu-rrit'. ahove). X. Y.. is the prcsidcnt-thct. H O M E TO R O O S T E R -- F a m i l y car^s wriph d«n this rooster who's bff-n Tnothrrinfi !^ mnth^-Jfss rhJrlis at the now of Mrs.'Lucy Bugiii. Glaslonbury. Tonn. At nay's n«, tnf rails brood to a basket and stands cuard all night. T H E M E N O N T H E M O U N T A I N--On t b ? lofty brfiw o f South Dakota's f i . ' f t f - f o n i Mf-»int P^ishmfi.--, .". fourth face, that of Frfsidt-nt Throdorc KoowveJt, has madr Us appearance, joining th'.x- of Washington, Jrffcrson (second from left) and Lincoln (right). Tbc faces aro bcir.£r carved in tnc cranitc by Stnl»tor Gutzon Borsium. who started monument in Autust. 1927. D \ P L 0 M A T--Balkan in- IfrcMs in the "power politics" bens placed by Enroi can states- mt n arc watched by Ivan Sonb- bothrh {above), new Yugo- Slr.vian minister in Lmrito*. \h 0 R t V H A X H A 'J, ' i-l L ~. G *_-f Ur^e Kfapwl-ui pi' r.-ic p?i:s arc- any indif-r-iip '.i !·:( .V--TIJ, f'.'.i:fo.'»U'«. «W at* ps'v.;.ion a^/fifai^s \vprr·-. i l-~c, : .',.i-3 it it-.'- "vn and '»**'' *«-* r.-iW^iw:'? in t^ifl- -I,'.-:.?.;}, 'i'ri- c-. isi'.-:- -v -; a 1'; Awr«I» *ar- r - ' ' U ' - . -ii' T .'~"fl fcy ^''.' : 0 V| . ' H j - r f :':r t:'- : '-» Ir'.'.'n^ t^ r-iatftr* iU- cusi the $30-every-litifstiay vli-n i* oe \oied «n sent Vmr. 7.

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