The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on March 31, 1939 · Page 13
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The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 13

Mason City, Iowa
Issue Date:
Friday, March 31, 1939
Page 13
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WORLD NEWSlN~PICTURES FOR GLOBE-GAZETTE READERS / f THE BUILDER--New river siphon and wasteway, west of Calexico. Cal.. a practical monument of shining steel, built by the Bureau of Reclamation on the route of,the ail-American canal, to bridge New River, cut by the Colorado river flood of 1905 This siphon is made of 10 sections of pipe, each 72. feet Ion" The grove of citrus fruit shown in this picture is one of the irrigated tracts the water supply of which will be assured by the all-American canal. ^ .,-.,~^, ·"* ·ff '*$? ,*~ MOTEL BECOMES HOME FOR HOMELESS -- After 80 years of r^hl ^' 3 * '" , St ' J ° Sepl1 ' M °" S0 °" U " i!I become a honle f0 '' i^ri, T , l ? 6r , P Jf" S bein » matlc by st - Jose P h citi «ns under leadership of Constable Louis Silverman. Because many families were being evicted from their Homes. Sitverman obtained the idea of housing them in this structure. ITALY S COLONISTS TAKE OVER-Reminiscent of America's "covered wagon" days is this along one of the newly-constructed highways in Ethiopia, showing a caravan of busses and au biles carrying the advance guard of Italians sent to colonize Africa by U D u c e T W s scene w as near Addis Ababa. BURIED IN HER WORK--Selected as the winner of the egg candling contest held at Ramona, Cal., Virginia Wagnon is literally buried in her work. Virginia's record ivas 331 in 10 minutes. The contest was sponsored .by turkey growers. - ^..--j* W i a --j *. u ., u . t.x^i^aoiuii Limit uciieain me Juin- iberlain. now in the P ero Serra cross on top of Mount Rubidoux. near Riverside. Cal.. en. Joan Sayers. film actress, i ueauiuui or taster devotions with her offcrin" of lilies beneath the cross. ° FILM MAGNATE RECOVERED --It is always a pleasure for Jules Bnilatour to pose for a picture, for the wealthy New York lilm magnate, completely recovered from a. bullet wound accidentally inflicted several weeks ago. makes money every time someone exposes a film. Brulatour is shown at Miami Beach, Fla.. with his beautiful wife, the former Hope Hampton of the screen and stage. Fashions of the Fashionable GRILLED AS SPi' --Seized in Prague, Bohemia, where she was visiting With her husband. Mrs. Betty Cook Grieve, a former resident of Evanston, HI., was grilled for 15 hours as a spy. Her husband, Peter Grieve, is a member of the staff of a London newspaper. Central-Press Association, 1939 )o««m*-wwmcw-M #tgW# f * H r s.-V^'-+~**X~Jf-'* WORLD'S FAIR WENT TO HER HEAD-Overcome with enthusi- ajm for the iSew iork world's fair, this maiden shows you what is expected lo provc a popu!ar hal moi)e , for thjs spring Thc hat J3 shaped lo resemble the cosmetics building at the fair trade advantage for Germany in Rumania vvere dSsed ,. Rumanian trade agreement just published. 30 some fresh. Id. One HoLsteia .gs --30 4 cream separator, ills. MLL.NT SCREEN PLAYER MARKS ANNIV of the screen's most popular western actors shown with his wife, the former Mary Mclvor' in their Los Angeles home on the occasion anniversary. ;Jlk of root siio. r/ith clerk before sale, settled for. ,'HUR

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