The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on May 3, 1934 · Page 17
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May 3, 1934

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 17

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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS HOME AGAIN -- Pretty Miss Evelyn Joslyn, of Arizona, is photographed upon her return to New York City following a trip ty through Italy. EMULATING THE WALRUS--With a huge iceberg looming in the background, you might think these swimmers are exceedingly courageous. But it didn't take any more courage for them to go for a swim than it would for you if you lived on a Florida beach. The reason is that they arc cavorting about the waters of the gulf stream, which are exceedingly warm. The photo was snapped from the deck of a coast guard cutter on international ice patrol on the Atlantic seaboard. IN A HURRY--Mrs. Henry Mor- genthau, Jr., wife of the secretary of the treasury, is shown departing from Boston, Mass., after taking 'part in a memorial for Miss Ruth Morgan, who died last month after sen-ing for years as director of the League of Women .Voters. Mrs. Morgenthau paused only long enough for ono picture on her return to Washington. BEING PREPARED--The Boy Scout motto of "Be Prepared" is being followed out to the letter by a group of Indiana Scout leaders touring the country to attend training school conferences. This photo shows the sign seen on the rear of their truck when it reached Kenosha, Wis. NATURE'S PLAYGROUND--Nestling among the shining peaks of Glacier National park, Montana; Red Eagle lake is one of the beauty spots of the west, and a mccca of fishermen. INSULL HOMEWARD BOUND--This exclusive picture shows, left to right, Burton Y. Berry, third secretary of the U. S. embassy in Turkey; his charge, Samuel'insull, former Chicago utilities magnate who is being brought back to the United States after an 18-month exile in Europe, and James L. Kilgallen, well-known American newspaper reporter. They are shown on board the S. S. Exilona, off Sicily. for Women's Work was founded. Tlv occasion was the i n s t a l l a t i o n of a ntw bar in the organization'-^ dub room.- BEAUTY ON P \R A.DE--Pretty Jean Carter served as drum major when her home town of Beverly Hills, Cal., went "on parade" in a civic festival. The parade was part of the celebration held m connection with the dedication of the new federal building, marking the completion of a civic center project in the city. MOTORCYCLE RADIO--Crime faces another barrier in Washing- ion D C., vi'h the installation of radio receiving sets on the motor- evcies'of its motor police. This photo shows two officers at the cap,1 fepocting one of the new sets, which can receive broadcasts ovev the police radio similar to the radio patrol cars. MIRACLE--Mrs. Fay Tempest Mack, former New York stage actress, who, despite prophecies of numerous physicians that she would never be able to walk again, is photographed strolling blithely about the Cedars of Lebanon hospital, in Los Angeles. Mrs. Mack was cured by a delicat' operation involving the grafting of a pin:.- of shin bone in her ·pine a f t e r shr had .suffered for v.-.-n 1 :- f i o n i ;' .-pin;'! i n f e c t i o n } ^,1

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