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WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READER! .Fashions of the * Fashionable FOE EVENING WEAR--Wini Shaw, film star, picks this stunning gown for evening wear on important occasions^ .The dress, of black marquisette, is Â· set off ,by a vivid green .chiffon sash. FINAL . S C E N E S IN MINE DRAMA--Final scenes in the Moose River, N. S., mine drama are pictured--a happy ending to a thrilling story. At the left is the setting at the mine entrance as rescue efforts proved successful. Inset left, C. Alfred Scadding, one of the two surviving entombed men, comes out of the depths after 10 days' imprisonment. . Above, Dr. D. E. Robertson being brought up to the surface. CARDINAL HAYES, ALFRED E. SMITH AT CHARITIES DRIVE --Among those participating in the annual Catholic charities drive in New York are former Governor Alfred E. Smith, left, honorary- chairman of the drive," and Patrick Cardinal Hayes of New York, snapped during a jovial moment. ND. WERE THE, .SALMON BITING!--Salmon -fishing in Maine Is pretty good. Five-year : 61d Charlene Libby of Bangor will.vouch for .that. She's exhibiting a five-pounder she took from Green iake, near Bangor. DON!T BE SHEEPISH, LITTLE LAMBS--And though' they're orphans, these lambs aren't sheepish at all about stepping up and getting their supply of milk. The scene is a farm in Medford, Ore., where the lambing season is at its height. ANOTHER FOR UNCLE SAM'S GREYHOUND FLEET--Latest addition to United States "greyhound" fleet, the U. S. destroyer Downes, slides down the ways at Norfolk, Va., and receives its first taste of the briny seas which it will roam. GOVERNORS LANDON, MARLAND HEARKEN TO DAYS OF YORE--Aiding in. Gnthrie, Oklahoma's celebration of the days of '89, the governors of Kansas and Oklahoma caught the spirit of the event by donning cowboy hats and riding in stage coaches. When this photo was taken, however, the, parading was over and the two executives resumed normal attire. Shown, left to right, at Guthrie, are Governor E. W. Marland of Oklahoma, Mrs. Marian d and Governor Alfred M. Landon of Kansas, the latter a Republican presidential possibility. JGOVERNOR HOFFMAN HEARS RELIEF STRIKERS--Taking time out from their siege of the New Jersey state assembly chamber 'at Trenton where they planned to camp until the legislature recon- jvened, leaders of the relief strikers meet with Governor Harold G. Jrnan, in. his private conference room. The strike leader is ^eated^with,Hoffman_ atjhe. left,; CONGRESSIONAL BAD BOY?--Congressional bad boy or just plain playful. Either way, Representative Marion Zioncheck (D.) of Washington, above, is causing quite a commotion in the capital. His latest escapade was a series of scuffles with the police which followed his refusal to appear in court to answer a speeding charge. The pose assumed by Zioncheck, above, is part of the defiance he. f"*p, showed police during his latest scuffle with the law.^ TEXAS BEAUTY--Helen Ramsay, one of the "rangerettes" who will welcome visitors to the Texas Centennial exposition, which opens in Dallas, June 9, doffs her customary cowgirl costume to pose in this bathing- suit made of bluebonnets, official state flower. "MOST BEAUTIFUL" BRIDGE BUILT IN 1935--This span, the Bourne bridge over the Cape Cod canal at Bourne, Mass., has been'selected by the American Institute of Steel Construction as the "most beautiful" bridge built last year in the United States. The bridge was constructed by the army corps of engineers with part of a PWA allotment. A similar bridge is planned for Washington, D. C. Central Press Association- 19A6. AT STUDENT PEACE RALLY --Norman Thomas, former Socialist candidate for president, addresses a crowd of 5,000 students who participated in an anti-war demonstration on the University of California campus at Berkeley. The students previously had beer, refused permission to hold the meeting at which Thomas was the principal speaker.