Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 16, 1936 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1936
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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 16 1936 NINE RARE MAMMALS FOUND IN TIBET Narrow Escape From Roving Band Is Described by Dolan. PHILADELPHIA (UP) -- New and important scientific data and specimens of rare, unusual birds and mammals have been discovered by the Dolan expedition in Eastern Tibet, according to Charles M. N. Cadawalader. director of the Academy of Natural Sciences here. Cadawalader reported that he has re-established communication with Brooke Dolan, second, and his group after his whereabouts were unknown for months. Dolan has written to Cadwalader that he and his party have traversed many hundreds of miles through an area never before visited by naturalists. Brave Nomad Tribes. Once during recent months, Do- Ian said he was forced to leave the main party journeying to Sining to obtain official permits for work in remote areas. The route took the scientist through the so-called "never-never land" of Nomad tribes in the Upper Yellow river mountain regions, an area last traversed by foreigners many years ago--and then only with an organized caravan. A narrow escape from a maraud, ing band of Ngolok nomads was averted, Dolan notified Cadawalader. He added that for nine days, the small party was lost wth a meager food supply. Snow Peak Studied. The experience had a good point, however, Dolan wrote. He said it gave the party an opportunity to Now You Can Wear False Teeth With Real Comfort Fasteeth, a new pleasant powder keeps teeth firmly set. Deodorizes. No gummy, gooey taste or feeling. To eat and laugh in comfort sprinkle a little Fasteeth on your plates. Get It today from your druggist. Three sizes. study animal and bird life in the area and an excellent view was obtained of the almost snow peak, Amnyi Machen, which contrary to previous observers, Dolan judged to be less than 25,000 feet in height and not comparable to the giant mountains of the Himalayas. Dolan collected specimens of wild yak, Tibetan antelope and big horn sheep along the Upper Yangtse river in northeastern Tibet. Many other . mammals and birds have been collected and prepared for shipment to Philadelphia, Dolan notified the academy. LOBSTER KING BEING SOUGHT Fisherman Hunting Candidate for Royal Honors in Celebration. PIOTOU, Nova Scotfa (UP)-The lobster fishermen of Nova Scotia have started their annual search for the great grand-daddy of all lobsters so that the crown which will mark him out as the "Lobster King" may be placed on his heafi at Pictou's famous lobster festival. A triumphant shout from fishermen "trap haulin" in Nova Scotia waters these days means but one thing--a giant lobster has been caught. Lobster fishermen all over Nova Scotia, where lobsters are always "in season" on some oart of the coast, are watching out for a candidate for royal honors to take to Pictou, home of the largest and most prosperous lobster fisheries in the world. Every giant caught is carefully placed in a special tank outfitted with all the niceties of crustacean life and fed meals fit for a. king until his captors ran across a bigger catch or hear of a larger lobster having been taken some place else. The Nova Scotia lobster monarch is true "king for a day," for triumphant reign lasts only that long. His coronation at the quaint Pictou festival, where lobster fishermen from all over, the province gather to celebrate the high spot If you desire a real LUXURY coat with expensive furs and costly fabrics--you can save considerable by buying now! 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