Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 28, 1933 · Page 9
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 9

Mason City, Iowa
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Thursday, December 28, 1933
Page 9
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DECEMBER 28 Hi 1933 MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE NINE WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS THEIR BIRTHDAYS ARE HOLIDAYS Evelyn K e n n e t h The whole nation celebrates when any one of these children, members of the family of Mr. and Mrs. John Foht, of Sioux City, la., observe his or her birthday, for each was born on a national Rita holiday. Evelyn, right, celebrates her birthday on the Fourth of J u l y ; Kenneth, center, observes his day of birth on St. Valen. tine's Day, and Rita, right, counts her years on Christmas. Kingfish's Nemesis Object Of Manhunt Eugene Stanley Essaying the role of giant-killer in the .domain pf Senator Huey P. Long, Louisiana's "Kihgfish," District,Attorney Eugene,: Stanley is. rth.G_-HpeaTheird~ in.' drive to break f"Kingnsh's" biice-powerful hold upon State politics. He is completing plans to prosecute more than aOO of Senator Long's election commissioners on fraud charges. (Central Press) Police of Chicago and midwest states are conducting a widespread search for John Dillinger (above), desperado sought as the leader of a hand of escaped Indiana convicts (Associated Press Photo) Winter Robe for Leo \ Weather more fit for a Polar bear than a self-respecting lion clothes the karaous stone Leo in front of Ne^y York's Public Library on Fifth AvenSe jn a winter gannent. The blizzard that swept the Atlantic seaboard did .|0t spare the metropolis, where deep drifts played havoc with traffic and :y impeded pedestrians. (Central Press): Gothamites in Winter Ermine The U. S. Congress--Voice and Will of a People SMART FOR THE COLLEGE GIRL Speaker Henry T. Ramer , .,,,,,, Epitomizing the great principle of a republic, the Seventy-third Conpess of the United States convenes in Washington, the nations capital, to represent the voice and will of a people in self- government. The President, Franklin D. Eoosevclt, presents an account of his stewardship of the republic and outlines plan's he has to further the progress of the country. Vice-president John President v* t · » r? , , . . , ,, . Vice-Pre»ident franklin U. Rooieve t i-i. »i -- John N. Gamer N. Garner presides over the Senate and Henry T. Rainev Speaker, presides over the House of Representatives The «SiJJJI d th^?^ D "^^'. c r c ,^TM Ji 1 .??!* °* the »-«»« ands of navy blue swa-iss Gown Of Blue Beads Skipper Ginger He May Rule Reich Scene of French Railroad Catastrophe «rt »^ Prince Alexander Ferdinand · Here is a new photo of Prince Alexander Ferdinand, only son of Prince August Wilhelm, f o u r t h son of former Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany, who is said to be slated to succeed Chancellor Adolf Hitler as ruler of the Reich when both President Paul von Hindenburg and Hitler have passed. Tho prince is now n "buck" private in a storm troop Nazi regiment, stationed near Derlin. Movie Prodigal In Mississippi Trial HERE'S AN 'ALL-AMERICAN' GIRL owdrifts everywhere--and not a Sir Walter Raleigh in sight. New _4rk had Ha first real taste of winter as the snow storm that swept the t|[ire Atlantic seaboard struck the metropolis. These pretty Gothamites ^' eecni to find difficulty in negotiating ono of the drifts. (Central Press) Margaret Sullavan Brown as a native of the eight Latin-American nations sho visited, Margaret Sullavan, the beauty who rose to stardom in a single motion picture, returns to Los Angeles to resume her film work. | (Central Press) 1 An evening gown and sw.lgflcr wrap of massed star sapphire blu = beads on a background of gray chiffon is worn by Carole Lombard of the films. (Associated Press Photo) n/ Illmgom'l mott'tmuH/vl (cj^j' lciie IJlctrif.h'a 1101 cxccptcct) nr,7 owned 6y Olitflcr Itoacru, IloHy.' 11-oail crllic* maintain. You may be iiirlincd to aorcc with the critics niter .ittiauiito tht.i photo, ahoialnir Uinpcr rfohtj; a little roflc-sklppin a ,\ H-liich she finds a goaii tuner-upper.' Held iii "Machado" Murder Plot MissOctaviji Oockcry topj. legal fluardian of Richard H. Dana (below). 61-year-old eccentric, went on trial with him at Natchez, Miss., for the slaying a year a(jo of Miss Jane Surget Merrill. (Associated Press Photos) J"ll f? Caldvrtl) of Milwaukee wore this crown when she was named the All American girl" by the Wisconsin CoKeglate association. A freshman at the University of Wisconsin, Miss Caldwell wan chosen over representatives of nine other colleges. (Associated Press Photo) Juan Ayala (hatless), snid to be a member of the Cuban ABC revolutionary society, is questioned by New York detectives after his arrest on charges of assaulting A r m a n d o I n f a n t e , wealthy Cuban sugar planter According to police, Ayala said he had been promised 55,000 for killing Infante. Authorises believe the incident part of n plot against the live" of former President Machado and other exiles of his regime. [ (Central Press)

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