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x _\ __,_ dfc r SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, FEBRUARY 27 Â· 1937 WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS An Indisposed Movie Star The Baron Snaps the Dog Show--It Snaps Back At Senate Daughters' Club Banquet This little lady ^ as pretty much discouraged when the liner Steel Scientist,landed her at Boston. Frank Buck, noted animal trapper,-who received liet from the Malavan lung-le, tries to cheer her up She is one bf.the orangoutangs going to Hollywood to appear in;"Jungle Menace," a picture Buck will make next Summer. (Central-Press) Cupid Sees Double---Twice Shown enjoying a cocktail at a dranei dance of the Senate Daughters' Club in the Shoreham Hotel, Washington, are some of the daughters of Senators and their guests who attended the colorful affair. Left to right, Miss Kay Overton (Louisiana), president of the club; Judson Bowles, Miss Cuyler Schwartz (Wyoming), Randolph Hughes, son of the Senator from Delawaie; John Clark, Miss Caroline Hughes, sister of Randolph, and Franklin Allen, son of Representative Allen of Delaware. Mother of Two at Thirteen Jack Pearl, the comic whose difficulties vith the English language as Baron Munchausen have won him radio fame, had even more difficulty with his camera when he was assigned as a regular photographer to covei the Westminster Kennel Club dog show in New York City. At top, left, he gets the assignment At right, he goes to Â·noik, full of pep, but the subject seems to be bored with the proceedings. He rushes back to the darkroom and (lower left) is amazed with what he sees on the negative It's a woman and baby (center). How did that get there 7 Thinking it was the camera, the Baron vows he'll get the picture Big dog, big cameia He takes the long range camera, and that gleam in his eye means business--maybe. (Central Press) Spy's Plea Denied Reported Shot As Spy Mrs. Truman E. Keller of Bessemer, Ala., is proud of her record. Married when she was 11, at thirteen aha is tho mother of two sons, the youngest of whom was born recently.' The first boy was born May, 1'SSE. Mrs. Keller's husband is 28. They have a farm near Bessemer. (Central Frees) 'Bought Death Gun Seven-Year Search Ends -- , __ John' S." Parnsworth, former Lieu- tenant Commander in the United Mr and Mri Bellante of Washington, D C , are sho\vn ahove-- and no States Navy, has been denied per- fooling. Phillip Bellante married. Fanny Bridget. They are at the top. ""ssion to withdraw his plea of nolo Wino. Bellante,- married 'Frances, Bridget (below) -The : Bellahtes-iiu contendre by Washington, D C, Uvins. The Bridgets are twins. So you're seeing doubles after all , , ubles after all courts, jn order to fight chaiges that Central Press ) " 6 conspued to sell navy secrets to tho Japanese ^^ se Strikers Stop Work in Navy Submarine Plant Reports from'Gibraltar indicate that beautiful Kosita Diaz (above), Spanish screen star, has been execujed'as a spy by a Spanish Government firing squad. Hollywood starred Miss Diaz in two Spanish-language talkies jn 1334.-Since then she 'has been engaged in film work in Europe. ; " ' /Central Press) Another Townsend Experiment George Hoffmeyer of Hacfcensack, N. ,T., -is pictured above as he toid officials investigating the-murder or Norman Redwood, sandhog union being booked.as the picture was taken. One hundied Bit down strikers, ejected from the plant of the Electric Boat Co., Groton, Mass, are shown picketing the plant, where submarines for the United States Navy are under construction. The strike, called by the Industrial Union of Marine and Shipbuilding Workers, halted work on four subsea shins, inree hundred sailors are on guard at the factory, which is considered Government property, because all work is being dons under 'secret government contracts, (Central Press) Auto Workers Testify in Labor Spy Quiz Pictured with her hitsband in the kitchen of their.home at Greenfield, Mass., is Mrs. Carrie E. Saben, Bl-year-olcl grandmother, who has been chosen by Ihe Greenfield Townsend Club for a test of the .?i()0-a-monCh . pension plan. (Central frees) Kdwnrd ,T. Onff (Ml) and William C. piulley, employees of the Fisher Roily plant in Baltimore, Xfd. aro shown as they were sworn before testifying in tho Senate's investigation into anti-union activities in '+, :'Â· '