The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 3, 1936 · Page 18
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April 3, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 18

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS Fashions of the " Fashionable Today's Best Amateur Photo CHICKENS SAVED!--When minor flood waters hit a part of Pennsylvania not hitherto touched, the northwestern part, Fred Shearer, farmer near Cambridge Springs, rescued his chickens in this manner. Wonder when mom's coming home? These pup« appear anxious as they loolc out a window in the home of Robert Frey in Manheim, Pa. This best amateur photograph today wat sent in by George G. Graybill, of 247 S. Charlotte street, Manheim. JACK AND THE MISSUS UNPACK--Newlyweds Jack Oakic and Vcnita Varden, screen players, do a little unpacking in New York where they honeymooned before returning to the movie colony. SIMPLE BUT SMART--Madge Evans, Hollywood actress, wears a black crepe dress with an interesting sleeve design and white lace standup collar. The very simplicity of the costume adds a note of smartness. . CROWDS WAIT TO SEE VERA STRETZ--When a woman is tried for murder, crowds try to get into the courtroom. Here we see curious waiting to see Vera Streiz brought in for her trial in New York on a charge of killing Dr. Fritz Gcbhardt. HAVERHILL DIGS OUT--With the flood waters of the Merrimac river gone, but great quantities of river silt and flotsam remaining, a steam shovel goes to work in Haverhill, Mass. HONEYMOONERS--Count and Countess Paul de Koutzebues are .snapped, arriving at New York from Italy, where they passed their honeymoon. They were wed March 4 in a surprise ceremony in Vienna. She is the former Princess Henry XXXIII of Reuss and prior to that was the widow of Ansow Wood Burchard. Still earlier she had been the wife of Theodore R- Hostetter. MARION TALLEY DUDE RANCHING IT--Dude ranching bites two more easterners--Marion Talley, noted singer, and Rusty Heinz of the-Pittsburgh pickle family. They are pictured at Palm Springs, Cal. Miss Talley is relaxing prior to beginning work on her first picture. Young Heinz is in southern California to design "the automobile of tomorrow". FIRST LAKE CARGOS PULL IN--First lake freighters of the year pull into dock at Cleveland, 0., from Detroit with 900 automobiles. Ice has cleared sufficiently in Lake Erie for traffic. FUEHRER ADOLF HITLER AND" HIS CABINET--While other European powers haggle over a decision on Germany's remilitarizing of the Rhineland, Fuehrer Adolf Hitler holds daily conferences with his cabinet. The cabinet is shown above in the reichschancellory in Berlin. Left to right, are Dr. Meissner, state secretary; Franz Seldte, secretary of labor; Dr. Franz Gurtner, minister of justice; Ludwin Count Scheerin von Krosigk, minister of finance; State Secretary Lammers; Dr. Wilhelm Frick, secretary of foreign affairs; General Werner von Blomberg, minister of war; Rudolph Hess, minister without portfolio; Adolf Hitler; Reichsminister Rust; General Herman von Goering, vice chancellor; Dr. Hans Frank, minister without portfolio; Dr. Goebbcls, minister for national enlightenment and propaganda; Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, minister for national economy and president of the Reichsbank; Dr. Popitz, minister without portfolio; Paul Baron von Eltz Rtibenach, minister of communications and posts; Hans Kcrrl, .minister .without portfolio, and State Secretary Funk v FORMER CHILD MOVIE ACTOR WEDS--Leon Janncy, 20, former child movie star, and Jessica Pepper, in the cast of the current Follies, are pictured being wed by a justice of the peace at Armonk, N. Y. Janney is a member of the cast of a Broadway play. Thus, since both bride and bridegroom are working, there will be no honeymoon at present. .Ceutral Press Association, I. 0. U. FOR OCEAN TRIP-Frank Brizzi of Rochester, N. Y., 1 hadn't seen his mother in 21 years so he sailed away to Italy to see her. He ran-short of funds and had to stow away on the return trip. He was found, but Frank explained his predicament and gave the captain an I. 0. U. Shown arriving in New York, Frank says he will pay the I. (X V. on the installment plan.

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