The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1939 · Page 14
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March 3, 1939

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 14

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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE G L O B E - G A Z E T T E ^A --- -- '»· w ·· - ^» r-% «· ft. · · fc ^^^ ^^V i c t u r e N e w s C O M B I N A T I O N R A T E S high at Arosa, Switzerland, ·when pretty lasses show how to combine sun-bathing and skiing. MUSIC, NOT POLITICS, BOW fills the mind of Ignace Paderewski, 79, world-famous pianist -who after the world war helped organize the Polish republic, later, becoming Polish' premier. He'plans a nation-wida concert tour. O R A T O R I C A L acrobatics have teen banned by Sen. Robert Reynolds (D..N. C.), demonstrating one of the two poses he'll permit himself during public addresses. He's a member of both the senate military affairs and the-/hankine- committees. S O M E T H I N G A B O U T T H E W E A T H E R is heir,* done by the XJ. S. Weather Bureau which plans a systematic Til mass analysis in the Atlantic, such charting intended as an aid to Slewed from the u e i' raVeI " AbOVC """" mc ' eor ^ ra P h halloon teeming thTre 63 de U g f r« SC b i eIo a w »«*£ ItastSn waf^abovt H I G H E S T ranking army officer on Xfncle Sam's tropical island, Puerto Rico, is Gen. luis Esteves, West Point graduate in -'15. He's just been named a brigadier general. A V E R D I C T WON against 'flu, V. S. Aity. Gen. Frank Murphy recuperates at Palm Beach, Fla. Girl is his niece, Sharon. WHERE SHIPS WONT CO TO SEA ' M E AND MY S H A D O W Larry French snags an-easy liner during practice at Chicago Cubs camp on Catalina Island. I? S tJ « * I*, L S T V , N 1 E L - S " ' PS wili te Esfed ' 3S " d «^ a "« serviceability, at (he new U. S. model basin at Cardcrock, Md. The 1,300-foot "tunnel" shelters two basins, one shallow and one reacninr a dentil of 22 feet. This is an official U. S. navy phoio. H I S A D O P T E D L A N D will have a new citizen in Italian Frank Pina, 52, who enlisted the aid of Teacher Marion Bishop in filling out his first papers at Donora, Pa. With some 916 foreign- born residents among its 13,000 population, Donora has launched an Americanization campaign. The drive is bached by the city's newsnaoer and 72 community organizations. T H E F L A G that'll someday be his is regarded earnestly by Mike Bozowski, 52, as he took first steps toward citizenship in a "Become American" Drive at ; Donora. Pa. M,« A K t L S H ' P S » S H K ^ S H A , P E t » S3.500.000 ""del '«ling basin is being built at Cardc. Md., with above office bu.ldmg planned to house the drafting and computing rooms, photo- frapluc laboratory, museum, as well as Ihc personnel to supervise testing of ship designs. aid V °^ ^ T *? " ? ? S E S ' ' hc Bi? Creek CCC " m ^ nc " Pr " ch « J - "*". says and Dobbin (above) can't be beat "snaking" out logs in the west's big snow^ount*y. 1.2» Xnimp _tank, W O R T H »f current honrtr makes continuous - X-rays in a device designed at M.T.T. by Dr John (above) and Dr. Robt. Van dc Graaff. Voltage built up n not shown, runs down an X-ray tube inside these coils

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