The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 3, 1937 · Page 14
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March 3, 1937

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

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS LUCKY, W I N TER OR SUMMER--It .makes no difference to Bob Webber of B a n go r,' Me., whether it's winter or summer, he makes good catches. A. hole in the ice--and see what Bob accumulated! Here's Fireman THRILLING RESCUE--Firemen fighting blaze m an apartment building in Lynn, Mass., make, many thrilling rescues - Stanley Burke bringing Mrs. Priscilla St. Germaine down from the third floor. D I V O R C E S BLUEBLOOD-- Charging that her husband, socially-prominent Cornelius Whetstone, Philadelphia broker, left her in 1932 "after being sullen and cross", Mary Bay Whetstone obtains-divorce in Chicago. Fashions of the FashionabJe Making a Pair of Stockings FACES-COURT FOR RELIEF "SIT-DOWN"--Mrs. Leona" Myers, mother of four children, one of-them.three-month-old Shirley, shown with her, had to appear in magistrate's court in New York on a charge of staging a "sit-down" strike at a home relief office. Mrs Myers had tried to obtain food for her family. Her husband failed to receive his pay after working on a WPA project. Three of the Myers' children, were: taken from their parents by the Children's, society and'Myers-was charged with neglect. EVENING ; GOWN--;Circles of green cellophane itrim ' the skirt and full,'long-peplum of tliis black net evening gown, worn by Jean Muiryscreen actress. Crisp black taffeta; is used for the foundation. BRIDE IN, LONDON--Catherine ·Kresge . Wijk, heiress to the Kresge chain store millions, is a bride for the second time, marrying Charles Murphy, of Detroit, In London. She was divorced in -from Baron Carl Wijk, MARTIAL AIR IN CUBA--A view of marching soldiers, sailors and police as they swing past thc j eapltol building in Havana, t Cuba, during Cuban Independence day parade. Central Press Association, 1937. Raw silk from abroad, ^braided as are little girls' curls, is unraveled from the tight, individual bundles. It ·Longer strands are woven by machinery into single strands. which, In turn, are woven on bobbins, . The bobbins, inside the machines, turn into flat, woven sllic, the exact size of the finished stocking. The silk is folded and sewed. The stockings," dyed to flesh color nre slipped/over heated, metal legs, which dry and shape them' in n few seconds. After a machine lest for strength, they are given a final ch!i:k before being boxed for the stores--and the legs. D D D D D a a n D a a D a a a a a a a a D a o a a a D D a a D D a D D D D D a a D D 0 n a a a D n a D O D a D D D D a n o a n D n D D a D D D n D n PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT--Especially is that so for ballet girls. These dancers are seen going through one of their daily routines in Chicago. i»j " ,\r ja jv x - ^ T r CUBAN DICTATOR PLAYS--Col. Fulgencio Batista, virtual dictator of Cuba, plays with his son.-Papo, on the lawn of their Havana home. " · * ' · LATEST TO JOIN U. S. FLEET--The new cruiser Vinccnncs is formally commissioned at. Fore River Mass., shipyards. . '

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