The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 23, 1934 · Page 14
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

Mason City, Iowa
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Friday, February 23, 1934
Page 14
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f N ft? ill WORLD NEWS, IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS [PENNY A VOTE--Students at .Louisiana Tech, Ruston, La., are , wondering just how many pennies elect Miss Leah Quinn 'of Shreveport, La., queen of their annual Mardi Gras celebration. ,There were 16 candidates for the coveted title and each vote sold for one cent. PRESIDENT INSPECTS TRAIN-President Roosevelt is photographed at Washington inspecting the new streamlined train of the Union Pacific railroad, with Avcrill Harriman; center, chairman of the railroad's board of directors, and C. R. Gray, right, president of the railroad. ri K 1H -.xv FJRO J LIC -- In an atmosphere of fairyland at one of the city's leading hotels, San Fran- ?hnw I?' f TM * f ° r the be " Gfit ° f t h B Childr «'s h°sP"*l- Above is a scene from the ball showing her majesty, Mrs. Michael Casserly, as ths queen of the pageant; David Mannoccir, the White Knight of "Alice in Wonderland", and a page. I I ARMY MOVES IN--Lieutenant Robert L. Scott, left, and Lieuten-' ant Charles Flaharty, of the U. S. army air corps, are shown unpacking their luggage at the Newark, N. J., airport, which is a headquarters for the army airmail service. They are two of the army pilots assigned to fly the airmail following 1 the cancellation of all airmail contracts held-with private companies. OTTO KAHN WINTERING--: jOtto H. Kahn, well-known finan- Icier, philanthropist and patron of the opera, strolls on one of the terraces of his .hotel at Miami iBeach, Fla. Kahn is spending the \winter months in the south._ LAST WORD FOR BEACH--Smiling Frances Kane, of Miami, Fla.. presents in this photo the latest fashion in bathing costumes, the style which probably will be the rage on northern beaches next .summer. It is Known as a banda wikie suit, with plenty of room for the figure to assert itself. NEW ORLEANS COMMISSIONED-This is a general view of the Brooklyn navy yard, New York as the new United States cruiser New Orleans is officially commissioned and turned over to Capt. A B Ree! by Rear Adm.ral Yates Stirling, Jr., commandant of the navy yard. Members-of the crew are shown at attention as the ceremony takes place. NEW ENVOY LEAVES--Sailing to take over his new duties as U. S. minister-to The Netherlands, Granville T. Emmet is shown with his wife on shipboard in New York harbor. AS FRENCH RIOTS RAGED--Shouting "down with Daladier!" tljese flag-waving legions of French war. veterans are.shown marching down the Champs Elysees to the Place de la Concorde where their demonstration against the government brought clashes with police. As a result of the rioting, Premier Edouard Daladier resigned his post and was succeeded by Gaston Doumcrguc. STUDENTS IN RIOTS-One of thu numerous demonstrations staged in various parts of I'nris against the government, French students are pictured parading down one of the boulevards, holding aloft th': French tri-color. SAILS WITH FAT CONTRACT --Ruth Slenczynski, nine-year- old girl who astounded the musical critics of the nation with the skill of her piano playing, is photographed sailing from New York for Europe. Before she departed from the United States, Ruth signed a contract in which 375,000 is guaranteed her for 30 concerts in 1925. *

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