The Herald-Press from Saint Joseph, Michigan on February 12, 1935 · 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Herald-Press from Saint Joseph, Michigan · 6

Publication:
Location:
Saint Joseph, Michigan
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 12, 1935
Page:
6
Start Free Trial
Cancel

The Days HfeMfciafes Y v tymm. ytr T , . .....r.,. I I """",M iMwWfWW(r.y .. -;r'Wf ..i njjgp, A J FTNk. ' - A 1 - T TVi ? tr J (- I A ' A ; 'li". A f 1 JhA A " -r-1 ' I--' .sfff V- ' v-Arr-. f AAj fei cw ':r?rA -A- .A- 7 1 f r 1 ': " I A- AAy. A w LONG PRISON TERM Louise .Todd, alleged Communist district 'secretary, is pictured in court at San Francisco where she was TflHV rappYMORF VISITS DAUGHTER John Rarrvmoie. sentenced to one to 14 years in Mreen gazes affecti0nately at his 13-year-old daughter, Diana, .Tehachapi prison on a charge of jn BaItimore. Barrymore had not seen Diana in years. She is the perjury in connection with signa- daughter of Barrymore and his divorced wife, Michael Strange, tures filed for nomination of Com- authoress. She is a student in a school near Baltimore, tnunist candidates at last election. V I I - . 'i '8tV)CW " W .1 ' :. I ! 1 A?v If si If t i!,v J 'sf '.Is A- ' III ' it LJ "swswww? if rrrsgBW! .... .,..im1..r.n1Jff W ' ' V"'l I I a-frWlfrin nnifflMaMWWMWiwttiliiWkii www f i 111 buim iu visix HAUrTMANN Mrs. Anna Hauptmann takes her son.'Mannfried, to see his vvasningion comes tne aecision on goia aitecting the Amencan cur father in the Hunterdon county jail at Flemington, N. J.s where the Bronx carpenter was tried for the slaying of the Lindbergh baby. rency. Through the door a glimpse is given of the chair of Chief, Justice Hughes of the supreme court. Fashions of the Fashionable mmmm r WW - . w ' K - -J" i ! ' i flit MAMA BUFFALO HAS TRIPLETS Mi's. Bill Buffalo of Catalina Island's herd is pictured with her three Jiew babies. Triplets among buffalo are as rare as quintuplets among humans. And is Mrs. Buf-. falo proud! r AA. - , 1 - ; - A;v;-xrnCT -' K t U; 0 4 . f ' jMiutiyCiiib' ill ' ' 1 " '""n . -J LA I " u) fj U'l ? fi I ' r I ANN IN HAWAII An unusua photograph of Ann Harding, film1 star, shows her with wistful expression as she was interviewed in Honolulu, Hawaii, by reporters. RULES CARNIVAL Queen of the winter carnival at Dartmouth university, Hanover, N. H., is Miss Pauline Webster of Detroit. COCKTAIL HOUR June Knight of the films wears a smart gown for the cocktail hour. It is of black uncut velvet, with jacket of white sequins. PLANTATION STRUCK BY TORNADO Caught in the path of a tornado, the well-known Arch Murry plantation near Grapeland, Tex., suffers severe damage. Ten persons were killed and 56 others injured; J n 4T 1 1' il 1 " U 7 X-.: -;-..v :: MAUSOLEUM COMPLETED The body of the late William Wrigley, Jr, owner of Catalina Island, California, recently was put into its final reFtmgp!ace in this mausoleum high above sea on the bland. "WILEY POST INSPECTS SHELL-Wfley Post, left, examines his stratosphere suit at Burbank, Cal., where he prepared for a transcontinental airmail flight through the stratosphere. Guy Ball, para-, chute expert is adjusting a 'chute on the dummy MORGENTHAU RIDES Taking exercise astride his favorite mount, Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau, Jr., frequents , . the bridle paths at Pinehurst, N. C. DAUGHERTY POSES One of the rare pictures to be made in recent years of Harry M. Daugh-erty, former United States attor1 ney general, shows the Ohioan' and former member of the HardV ing cabinet at Sarasota, Fla. re cuperating from an. operation. r.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 20,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Herald-Press
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free