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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 7, 1935)
Housing Plan Starts, Despite Protests
General view of the site of the $5,500,000 housing project at Ber
wyn, Md., with transient workers clearing the land; and Mrs. Alice B.
Morris and her daughter. Edna, who were among the many citizens
of Berwyn who vainly protested agnlnst the project which lias been
dubbed “Tugwell Town."
Mav Follow in
Representative Henry Cabot
Lodge, Jr„ of Beverly, Mass., who
has formally announced bis candid
acy for the Republican nomination
for United States senator, an office
held for many years by his grand
father, who was one of the com
aoonwealth's most distinguished sen
ators. He Is thirty-three years old.
Death Dropping Out of the Sky
An unusual picture made just after a torpedo was launched by a
Royal Air Force plane near Gosport, England. These torpedoes, almost
as long ns the machine, are attached to the undercarriage and released as
the planes are In position over their objective.
Honorable Discharge Loilg Delayed
Harold J. Vnnness, an officer of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, is
shown as be handed George H. Meyer, eighty-six, his honorable discharge
papers, declaring him eligible for pension, after Meyer waited years for
the official release. Meyer joined the Union army at the age of fifteen,
saw considerable nctlon and was wounded in the Battle of Lookout Mount
tain. He celebrated his obtaining bis discharge by stnglng a big party at
bis home in Omaha, Neb.
Turkish Strategist to
Aid Selassie’s Forces
Wehlb Pasha, who was one of the
outstanding military leaders of the
Turkish empire during the World
war, is now in command of the
trained warriors of Ethiopia on the
Somaliland frontier, lie is a mas
ter of tactics and strategy.
Many European soldiers of for
tune are said to have joined the
Abyssinian forces. Including some
well known leaders of the World
war. As a rule these have not been
actively engaged In lighting, but
hnve been drilling troops, establish
ing systems of communications, and
in general building the complex or
ganization demanded by wnr.
Hearing Hawaii’s Statehood Arguments
Members of the congressional committee seated in the territorial capltol In Honolulu hearing arguments
far and against the admission of Uawuil as the forty-ninth state in the Union. David I* Crawford, president
of the University of Hawaii, Is at the extreme right giving testimony.
Scenes and Persons in the Current News
1—Juan Tripp of the Pan American Airways handing to Postmaster General Farley the only hid received
lor the proposed trans-Pnclflc air mnll service. 2—K. Fotlch, new minister of Jugoslavia to Washington, and
his wife arriving In New York. 3—New National Archives building in Washington which has just been for
Left Couple by Spanish
Mr. and Mrs. Angel Tomas Correa
of Washington, shown In their home
reading the message that told them
they nre to go to Spain to lay claim
to their share of the $109,000,000
fortune left by their great-grandfa
ther fifty years ago. When Don Do
mingo Faustino Correa died he stlp
Plated the money was not to be
touched for half a century. Now It
is ready to be divided. Correa, now
an American lawyer, is of Puerto
Rican extraction. His wife Is the
former Norma Billlnl of Metropoli
tan opera fame. They have three
Actual Holdup Under Way in Mexico
This photograph, made by Arthur D. Norcross, New York publisher, shows Mexican rebels relieving his car
of his arms and ammunition after holding him up In eastern Sonora during a hunting trip in Mexico.
Maine’s Potato Queen on Throne >
Miss Vulesku Ward of Limestone. Maine, chosen as the Queen of
Maine's potato crop, receives her trophy from Frank l*. Washburn, com
missioner of sericulture of the state of Maine, as she sits amidst tons of
Harry Gordon Selfrldge, who has
made fame and fortune aa a mer
chant In London, England, recently
visited his home town, ltlpon, Wls„
and received from ltlpon college the
honorary degree of Doctor of Hu
mane Letters. Before starting his
London store, selfrldge was one of
the leading merchants of Chicago.
His belief that a department store
m the American tradition could be
successfully operated In England
was ridiculed, hut Selfrldge not only
demonstrated the soundness of his
Ideas, but is a real merchant prince, |
New “Leading Lady”
Gets Movie Contract
A leading lady at the age of four
years was the prospect for little
blond Darla Hood, pictured below
as she received Superior court ap
proval on her contract with Hal
Koach studios. The young actress,
so the court was informed, will be
come the leading Indy for “Our
liang" comedies. Daughter of Mr
and Mrs. J. C. Hood, tiny Daria
nails from Leedey, Okla.. where he?
fattier Is engaged in the banking
business. The child will receive
salary from $75 to $750 a week
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