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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 23 Bf 1936 NEWS AND VIEWS OF INTEREST TO GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS Battle for $7,000,000 Estate Germany Officially Welcomes Quadruplets She's Suing Makeup Magic of Helen Hayes The birth of quadruplets, all girls, shown with their mother, to Mr. and Mrs. Zimmerlein of Kronach, Bavaria, was felt to be of such importance to Germany that Dr. Wilhelm Frick, Minister of the Interior, sent a note of congratulations and a gift of money to_the happy parents. (Central Press) Boy Orator NOW House Page Head Macon Parley Sensational .court battle is promised in New York as Mrs. Hans Stoeve (left), foster-sister of the late Leon Schinasi, cigarette millions heir, charges that Mrs.-Ruby Schinasi (right), his widow, exercised undue influence to have his will made in her favor. Mrs. Stoeve is suing to recover, one-half a fortune estimated at $7,000,000 which she says was promised her by her foster-father, the late, Solomon Schinasi. (Central Press) Novel Ruling Costs Her Son Robert "Bobby" Parrish, 14, of West Terre Haute, Ind., who attracted attention for his forensic activities favoring the New Deal, is shown with Speaker Joseph Byrns (left), and Bobby's mother, Mrs. Marie Kesler,: at Washington, D. C., as the "Boy Orator of the Wabaah" is welcomed to his new job as page in the House. (Central Press), Siam's King Gets a Lesson Sirs. Harriet Hagman Sebastian snapped at Miami, Fla., where she's waiting to file suit against Lieut. Harry Sebastian, one-time West Point football hero, for divorce. Domestic squabbles of .the Sebastians led to revelation he had wed the Broadway chorine while still a cadet, resulting inhis being made lowest ranking officer in army as punishment. (Central Press) Invades the East Victoria Rcpina, the drama in which Helen Hayes returns to stage in New York after deserting movies, requires her to depict Victoria in S iuth and in age. Photos show how complete the transformation is. isB Hayes put on weight to look more like the woman who ruled the 1 British empire for over half a century. (Central Press) Says Bruno Did Not Write Notes Mrs. Alicia Lewellyn (left), divorced wife of H a r o l d . G l e n d e n i n j j (above), loses New York smt~ for custody of their son, Alan, 12, when lef eres recommended the conrt award him to his father in novel ruling which says that, until a child is 10, it needs a mother but after that, it shoold be with its father. (Central Press) fohn Henry Kirby (top), wealthy Texas lumberman, and Governor Eugene Talmadge (below), Georgia's arch foe of the "New Deal," predict 10,000 "good Democrats" will gather at Macon, Ga., convention to select an anti-Roosevelt . Democratic nominee. (Central Press) She Takes Dictation Young King Ananda, 10-year-old monarch of Siarn, seems interested in his mother's words as she gives him a practical lesson in weather-chart reading at St. Moritz, Switzerland, where he is in school. Ananda succeeded to throne when his uncle, King Prajadhipok, abdicated. (Central Press) This French Invader Welcomed Heiress Married Stricken Actress Ruth Moffett, 16, Standard Oil ... . . . heiress, is bride of Warren Johnson, As peaceful Olympic invasion of Germany commences, this representative Bronxville N. Y society man fol- of France, Mme. Girenge, figure skating champion, is welcomed along [ ow ; n( r surprise marriage at Harri- Â·with contestants from other lands. Here she s performing at St. Moritz, 30nj tl]e "Q r! ,t na Green" of N. Y. Dr. Francis E. Townsend Having "sold" the West on his idea of $200-a-month government pension for persons over 60, Dr. Francis E..Townsend, California^ father of the ."Townsend Plan," is shown speaking.. at Philadelphia, Pa., where he started his Eastern drive for. support. (Central Frees) "Plotters" Fall Out Sam Small, New York penman, points to asserted dissimilarities in letters to prove, according to his affidavit, that Bruno Hauptraann could not have written Lindbergh ransom notes, which, Small claims, were written by older man. His statement is said to have influenced Governor Hoffman in granting reprieve. (Central Press), New Voice at "Met" In Social Swim Vltn contestants irom otner lanas. nere sne s performing HI ou juuiit Switzerland, in preparation for'events at Garmisch-Partenkirchen. .(Central Press) Â· t'Central Press) Pauline Frederick (above), popular veteran actress, is in critical condition following serious operation in a Hollywood hospital. (Central Press) Dorothy Wood All set to take dictation is Dorothy Wood, youngest of congressional secretaries in Washington, D. C. Jli.-s Wood, l!)-ycar-crld Neilsville, Wis., girl, is in the cm- ploy of Representative Gardner R. Withrow, Progressive, of LaCrosse, Wis. I State expects Everett C. Applcpate Helen Oelhoim, 25, of Buffalo, N. Y., and Mrs. Mary Crcighton, shown on is latest American singer to crash trial at Mincola, L. I., for poison ll " '"'- " " death of Applegate's wife, will testify against each other in effort to save selves. (Central Press) the portals of the Metropolitan Opera, New York, and become a featured performer. She's shown after debut in Fnust. fCentral Press) Modernistic motif in swimming modes was stressed at New York charity fashion show in this delightful bathing suit worn by Margaret Minnigerode, society mannokin. (Central Press)'