The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on February 16, 1937 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 16

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, February 16, 1937
Page 16
Start Free Trial

Page 16 article text (OCR)

WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS There's a Great Time in the Old Town Tonight as Strikers Celebrate * SHE'LL PROBABLY WEAR MORE--Show girls of the Greater Texas and Pan-American exposition which opens in Dallas, June 12. for a, 142-day rim won't confine, their 'costumes to a straw hat,, but the Mexican sombrero will play an integral part in their attire, just as it does for this young lady Iturhcrs w i l l RCl plenty of business now. These former "sit-downers" in Flint plant now will clean up. Happy strikers evacuate Visher plant No. 2 of General Motors in Flint, after -13-day "sit-down" Fashions o£ the Fashionable BORED?--He looks it, but he shouldn't be for Herwerthem Moscow's Ghost, a pointer, is host of his breed at the Westminster dog- show in-New York. The sleepy-eyed dog is owned by R. F. Maloney of Pittsburgh. CHARLIE, PAXJLETTE PICK 'EM--Or, at least that's what Charlie Chaplin and-Paillette Goddard are trying to do at Santa Anita race track, California. FLOOD DAMAGE COMING TO LIGHT NOW--Invisible damage caused by the flood comes to light now. Here is a cavein near a. large hotel in Louisville. SPRING SPORTS erly Roberts, screen actress, wears this new spectator, sports frock. It is of red and white crepe, accentuated by a green leaf print design. The dress has short sleeves and patch pockets. HOW OTTO IS SEEING AMERICA FIRST--Otto Gcrlin of Ellendale, N. D., is seeing; America with COUNTING COINS--Members of the TJ. S. assay commission meet TESTIFIES FOR STATE-- Dr. Herbert L. Lurid, Uniontown, Pa.; physician, testified for the state In the trial of State Trooper Stacey Gunderman in Pennsylvania's "third degree" murder trial at Somerset, Pa. Dr. Lund told the judge and jury of the many injuries inflicted upon Frank C. Monaghan, hotelkceper, who died allegedly from torture and beating administered while --"^" *ji j\^ .10 ojiii^inu .fxun-^ixAvjrt. *».iixoj--VJLLU Licnm or juiienaaic, N. u., is seeing; America with - , ^ . --^---^ »..N-,...**,.*, v * n,v. w . »j. awnj ^vnu^^^iuu mcci, auu uctiuiii; auinuusiureu wnue STREAKS IN THE SKY--Nine U. S. army bombers, which partici- what is perhaps the world's first motorcycle trailer. It is home built, at a. cost of 565. It has such Philadelphia mint to supervise the counting of coins, the larg- he was being questioned m the pated in a mass flight to Panama, Canal Zone, are snapped o'n their conveniences as a kerosene heater and stove for cooking, full-sized bed, electric lights and radio It is £ at amount of coin ever to be assayed. Shown, left to right, are J'etura to Langley Field, Virginia, in a maneuver which is known seen here at Phoenix, Ariz. ' Mrs - Kathcrmo Elkiis White of Red Bank, N. J.; J. F. T. O'Connor, - tep down column" , Central Press Association, 1037. U * W ^i!?c!^ t · · . ,.. . - . . - , . . . . . . . , . ; . f t - . . , : · -. . . . . , . - . A . . = . . . . _ i t l l l , V ( 4 f , « s the "stc courthouse at Uniontown in connection with a slashing. Eleven others besides Gunderman must. face trial for murder,

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page