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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 6, 1936)
Mass Marriage of Chinese in Shanghai
Now the Chinese have tuken the mass marriage Idea from the Occident. A parade of the brides and their
bridegrooms into the temple grounds for the marriage ritual at a recent multiple wedding In Shanghai is pic
tured. There were llitl couples knotted at the ceremony, and they are seen here, brides In one line and grooms
in another, in the wedding march.
Schoolmarm Is Canada’s
First Woman Mayor
Mrs. Barbara Hanley, of Webb
wood, In northern Ontario, twenty
years ago a school teacher In the
town, now has the distinction of
being Canada’s first woman mayor.
presiding over Webbwood’s council
with two of the councillors being
one-time pupils. Declares Mr. Han
ley : "I feel at the head of the class
Nothing Doing at Italian Border
The result of the sanctions against Italy has been that practically all
traffic over the borders has been suspended. This photograph shows the
closed gates of the Itallan-Swiss border at Chiasso, where once there was
heavy traffic in goods.
, New Home for French Embassy in Washington
This is a view of the John Hays Hammond mansion, at 2221 Kalorama road, N. \V., Washington, that has
been purchased by the French government at a reputed price of 5400,000 to serve as a new home for its diplo
Ickes in the Slums of San Juan
This photograph, taken during the recent visit of Secretary of the
Interior Ickes (right) in Puerto Itico, shows him Inspecting the slums in
Dazzling Smile Made Her
“Miss Paris of 1936”
Mile. Madelaine Balestre is here
Hashing her beautiful smile imme
diately after she was declared
“Miss Paris of 1030” during a
beauty contest at the Moulin Rouge.
Paris. Parisian beauty contests usu
ally command more interest than
others because of the glamour gen
erally associated with French worn
en. Oo la-la, who can say no?
Scenes and Persons in the Current News
1—Theodore Roosevelt Memorial hall of the American Museum of Natural History in New York which
was dedicated by President Roosevelt. 2—Wreckage of the big air liner which fell In an Arkansas swamp,
carrying 17 persons to their death. 3—Col. Kdgar S. Gorrell. who was elected "czar" of commercial aviation
by the newly organized Air Transport Association ot America.
Meet Cuba’s New Prexy,
Dr. Miguel M. Gomez
Dr. Miguel Mariano Gomez, for
mer mayor of Havana, was elected
president of Cuba. He was the
coalition candidate and defeated
former President Mario G. Menocal.
The president of Cuba Is a power
ful excutive; lie even names the
governors of provinces and the may
ors of cities.
Chinese Students Demonstrating
Thousands of Chinese students from 15 universities and many middle
schools have been demonstrating against the encroachments of the Jap
anese and the autonomy movement. Some of them are here seen scat
tering the police in Peiping with a tire hose which they captured.
Blessing of the Waters of Rumania
King Carol of Rumania receives the cross from the patriarch. Miron
Cristea, while Prince Michael looks on, during the “Blessing of the W'a
ters” of the river Dambovita. The cross is thrown into the river and
chosen swimmers seek to retrieve it. The successful man Is rewarded
with a medal given by the king at the royal palace after the ceremony.
Daddy of Mickey Mouse
Joins Legion of Honor
With appropriate ceremony, Walt
Disney, creator of Micky Mouse,
was decorated with the Legion of
Honor, conferred upon him by the
French government. The presenta
Lion took place nt the Disney stu
dios In Hollywood, in the presence
of a large number of friends and
associates by J. J. Vilala, French
consul In Los Angeles.
Bridge of Ice Forms in Niagara Gorge
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This Ice bridge was formed In the Niagara gorge below the falls by a combination of high winds holding
hack the water in the upper river back of the falls, and by the cold snap which formed giant Ice cakes. The
falls themselves (background) ulso were chained by the Ice Jam which lowered the upper Niagara river to
an all-time record. The flow was lessened each day until a mere trickle of water was going over the brink
and any intrepid soul might wjiik from the American side to Goat Island.
Limping Was a Fad Among
Women in Denmark in 1863
Many women In England walked
with the “Alexandra Limp” for sev
eral years after 1.803 when Princess
Alexandra of Denmark, who was
lame, was married to the Prince of
Wales, later King Edward VII.
Eventually the nationwide fad was
laughed out of existence.—Collier’s.
Nor Even One
No household is big enough for
two selfish people.
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