The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 1, 1934 · Page 14
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February 1, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS READY FOR THE WATERS-This is the latest view of the new destroyer, the U. S. S.« Hull, latest addition to the U. S. navy scouting forces, as she appeared at the Brooklyn navy yard ready for its launching. PWA HELPS ARTISTS--Here is Miss Miriam Tindall Smith, one of the 100 Philadelphia artists employed by the federal government under the Public Works Administration. She is shown with masks of Lincoln and Washington she has designed for use by dramatic departments of public schools in presentation of historical pageants. THE MAYOR TELLS THEM-- Using all the eloquence at his command, Mayor Fiorello La Guardia of New York City is snapped making an impassioned speech before a committee meeting of the New York state legislature at Albany in behalf of his economy bill. The mayor declared that unless the New York City board of estimate was given the broad powers demanded in his economy bill, city em- ployes would face a payless payday. THEY SMILE CAKES AWAY-- Cheerful in the face of their affliction, these girl inmates of the Warm Springs Foundahon, at Warm Springs, Ga sm.Ic their confidence in being cured of infantile paralyse United State, h,,TM " nunct.tin ' For -years the foundat.on has been maintained by President Roosevelt, one of its early patient.. CUBA CELEBRATES-- Following the official 'report of recognition of Cuba crowds hold a celebration in the s treets of Havana. Soldicrf and polic "re cheers of the happy tnobs by Hrin- 4^10 tho%r UGH, THE PENALTY--Disgust on his unshaven face, the prisoner before the bar of Judge Leon Kdelrnnn. of Chicago (top), =quints down upon the castor oil in his glass. Found guilty of drunkenness and given his choice of 10 days in jail or castor oil, ho has accepted the court's "treat". (Center) courage comes, he starts to swallow the oily cocktail. (Below) the ordeal is over but what a job. Was it worth it to escape 10 days in jail? ,\ » - CHAMP NEEDLE THREADER --Miss Polly Walters, stage star, is shown in New York threading a needle the 172nd time to win the needle threading championship held in New York. Mies ^Walters claimed a new record for the art,. 0,CHSNER WIDOW WEDS--Married secretly in Salinas, Cal., Francis W. Hincklay, California mining operator and oil man, and his bride, the former Mrs. Hilda Carling Ochsncr, widow of the late Washington Henry Ochsner, discoverer of the Kettlcman Hills oil fields, are snapped having luncheon in Hollywood during their honeymoon. Mrs. Hincklay is facing n court contest over the $ 10,000,000 estate left by Oehsner. 'o. D , 1CT ^ TOR * KAYS--Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss, right, and his lieutenant, Fuerst Ruediger von btarhemberg, are shown at divine services following n huge rally of the Austrian national guard forces nt Kiefersfclclcn. At the side of Starhemberg arc- his wife and mother. EMBRACE OF HONOR--President Albert Lc Drun of Prance, right, iff shown at Paris embracing General Villemin after conferring on Die general the cordon of the Grand Cross of the Legion of Honor. General Vilk-rnin was (he commander of the mass flight of French ' seaplanes that flew nround France and into northern Africa,

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