The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on April 7, 1936 · Page 23
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 23

Mason City, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 7, 1936
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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS ; THEY TELL OF TOWN.SEND ORGANIZATION--Robert E. Clements, right, resigned national secretary of the Townsend plan movement, and one of its founders, is snapped at congressional hearing in Washington talking to Edward E. Trefz, of the organization. Fashions of,the Fashionable "LET'S KISS AND BE FRIENDS"--"C'mon, son, let's kiss and be friends. We're both little ones, so let's get acquainted." And lo and behold, the little boy seems to want to do just that to this llama at the Belfast, Ireland, zoo. A NEW EASTER BONNET--For the Easter parade. Bette Davis of the films wears a shiny black lacquered straw sailor with a brim rolling away from the face. Those flowers on Bette's coat are ranunculus and gaillardias in brilliant, colors. WARDEN GIVES STATEMENT. --Mark 0. Kimberling, warden of the New Jersey state prison in Trenton, gives a statement on the latest angle of Hauptmann case.". STEEL GIANTS AND A SENATOR--U. S. Senator James J. Davis of Pennsylvania, center, Republican, is snapped with William Adolf Irvin. left, president of the U. S. Steel corporation, and Eugene Grace, right, president of the Bethlehem Steel corporation, after hearing in Washington by the senate interstate commerce committee on pending legislation to eliminate the basing point system of determining steel prices. DUST STATES, TAKE A TIP!-States afflicted by dust storms may well take a tip from this gadget displayed by a London miss. It is a dust respirator introduced at the Ideal Home exhibition at ·* Olympia in London. STREAMLINED PERAMBULATOR--Airplane and streamline influence has even affected the baby carriages in this modern age. Here's a mechanic at the Croydon aerodrome in London wheeling an ultra-modern perambulator while taking his baby and wife on an inspection tour of the field. H U N T I N G EASTER EGGS --Rabbits or bunnies, as you' will, replace b l o o d hounds i n t h i s hunt for Easter eggs. The miss is Betty K i n g of H o u s t on, Tex., and the hunt is taking place at Coral Gables, Fla. WHAT'S THIS? A ROCKER?---Yes, and it's just the thing for a sunbathing lady on a warm summery afternoon. The rocker, a hammock type, is shown on display at the Ideal Home exhibition in London.' ESCAPES QUESTIONING--Following adjournment of the Mercer county grand jury in Trenton, Allync M. Freeman, foreman, steps into the elevator to escape JAPAN'S NEW PREMIER--With his smile indicating his success in forming ,1 new cabinet, Premier Koki Hirota of Japan acknowledges the cheers of the populace from the balcony of the premier's t residence_in^Tokio v jSoldiers_yvith_boyqneted_rifles guard his homej LAWSON LITTLE TURNS PROFESSIONAL--Lawson Little, who in 1034 and 1935 won both the British and American amateur golf crowns, announces in Augusta, GR., that he is turning professional. He is seen here with Mrs. Little, the former Dorothy Hurt! of Chicago, to whom he was married in February, and who herself was prominent in golf circles A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE--Avoiding cameramen, Mrs. Anna Hauptmann is snapped through the- windshield of an automobile in Trenton as despair succeeded by hope again had changed to hopelessness. 1 WIVES OF WHITE HOUSE SECRETARIES ALSO VACATlON-Wives of the presidential secretaries also get a vacation when President Roosevelt goes fishing in Florida waters. Mrs. Stephen Earlv left, w,th her son Tommy and Mrs. Marvin Mclntyre. are seen on the beach at Coral Gables, FtV. Oaninal Praia Affftitiaiian^tQZCt

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