Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 30, 1935 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, September 30, 1935
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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS SEATS {from the Amazon country is not las tame as he looks. The latest 'addition to the Washington, D. C., 'zoo cats snakes, and only big snakes at that. H U M \ N MONSTRANCE FORMED BY 20,000 PERSONS--With more than 150,000 persons looking on, sonic 20,000 others form a human monstrance in Cleveland stadium to mark the close of the seventh National Eucharistic Congress. Pope Pius XI broadcast a message for world pence from the Vatican as thousands kneeled. FAREWELL--Italian troops at Genoa, Italy, kiss their loved ones goodby just before sailing on the S. S. Conte Biancamano, for Eritrea and a possible war with Ethiopia. Fashions of the Fashionable 'COLONIAL TROOPS ON MARCH--Italy's colonial troops make their slow and arduous way across Italian Somaliland bound for the border of Ethiopia. The men are ready for the expected start of warfare between Italy and Ethiopia. Camels are used to carry the m u n i t i o n s and food. UNUSUAL COLLAR--Fine pleating of the dress fabric is used to create the erect collar o f t h i s smart navy blue silk street frock worn by A n n e S h i r ley, screen actress. A (lame- colored silk scurf is pulled through t h e collar a n d fastened at the t h r o a t w i t h J O H N WHISKED AWAY BY LIONEL--John Barrymore, pursued "half across the continent by his Elaine "Ariel" Barric, former stage protegee, is whisked away in Hollywood by his brother, Lionel, left, to his home. CAN'T RETIRE--Though at the retirement age, 70, for a government job, Miss Mary M. O'Reilly can't quit. Her. services are so much in demand that by a spec i a l presidential order, she will be continued in service until Nov. 1, 103G. She has been in the treasury department for 32 years and is assistant director pf the. mint. OFF HOLY LAND--British battleships ride at anchor at H a i f a , Palestine, ready to swing into action in event of a war call from London. Haifa is not far f r o m what is expected to he the scene of the Hnlo- Ethiopian conflict. WASHED UP--Dashed up by a storm on the beach at Barry, Wales, England, this obsolete British submarine is like a fish out of water. JS ^-T fr I I IP I COULD ONLY SIN T G AS YOU DO, POPSIE--"You know, Popsie, if 1 could only sing ns you do, I'd go over in a big way, for 1 have the volume." "Yeah, Pete, find if you could fly up in ihn trees as I c n n , you wouldn't have to worry about, any of thosr dogs around, cither." Topsic and Pete »r« Cricnds in a Seattle household* I G E R M A N Y BUILDS FIRST NEW SUBMARINE--This is the first picture to arrive in America of the first submarine built by Germany since the World war. The U - l , as it is known, is pictured d u r i n g » trial run off Kiel, Germany. Central Tres» Association. Inc.. 1935., I MRS. ASTOR--Mrs. Vincent Astor, New York society leader, ar- ri\v.s in Now York, following a tour of Kurope. W h i l e abroad Mrs. Astor attended the a n n u a l I l n r v n r i a n musical festival. *

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