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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1937)
Lifeboat Rescues Potomac Flood Victims
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Victims of raging Potomac river flood waters are evacuated from their inundated homes by a rescue boat
at Bladensburg, Md. More than 1,000 homeless persons waited for the waters to subside before returning to
STOCK SHOW JUDGE
Alexander Ritchie, manager of
King George’s royal farm at Wind
sor, England, who is judge of the
steer classes this year at the Inter
national Live Stock exposition in
Chicago. He succeeds Walter Big
gar of Dalbeattie, Scotland, who has
judged the steer classes at the show'
12 times in past years. B. H. Heide,,
manager of the exposition, reports
that cattle judges from foreign coun
tries have officiated every year
since the first show', in 1900.
Birth of New British Liner
First photograph of the new 32,000-ton Cunard White Star liner, as yet
known only as No. 1029, shows a view of the hull skeleton, looking toward
the stern on the stocks of the shipyard at Birkenhead, England. This is
the largest ship ever laid down in England.
Aerial Preacher Spreads Gospel From Sky
“Sky pilot,” a term sometimes used flippantly to describe a minister, is employed in a literal and serious
sense when Rev. A1 Waer of Whittier, Calif., takes to the air to preach the Four Square Gospel to congrega
tions 1,500 feet beneath him. Waer preaches to throngs on the earth through a loud speaker system installed
In the plane. He will also use the plane for gospel sky writing.
Huntsman Uses Gun and Camera
Armed with a hig gun and a miniature camera, this duck hunter
waits in his blind for some of the winged targets to come along. This
y snap of a snapping nimrod was taken on Tawas lake, far-flung preserve
f in the northern part of Michigan's lower peninsula.
MOVIES FOR MONTAGUE
A miliion-dollar contract for ap
| pearances in movies, radio broad
| casts and professional golf matches
i was signed by John Montague, fabu
lous golfing friend of Hollywood no
tables after his acquittal recently
of the seven-year-old first-degree
robbery charge on which he was
brought back to Elizabethtown, N.
J. The real name of Montague is
La Verne Moore.
Scenes and Persons in the Current News
1—George Harrison, left, chairman of the American Federation of I.ab0t committee, Philip Murray, center,
and David Dublnsky, right, leaders of the C. I. O., shown as they gathered for a conference In Washington.
D. C., the object of which was to reunite the groups. 2—Gen. Francisco Franco, leader of Spain’s insurgent
forces, smiles as he learns of the fall of Gijon, last of the Asturian strongholds. 3—Bing Crosby, radio and
screen star, being given the honorary degree of Fh. D. In music at his alma mater, Gonzaga university, Spo
iane. Wash., by Mgr. John Condon,
Canine Quints Enter Kennel Show
The canine quints owned by Capt. C. S. Beale of San Diego, C alif.,
are hung out to dry after a good shampoo in preparation for entry into a
championship kennel show. The two-month-old Boston bulls seem to dis
approve of the high-handed methods used to prepare them for the event.
NEW INDIAN CHIEF
Oscar Vitt, former Detroit Tiger
inlieldcr, who piloted the Newark
Bears of the International league to
the minor league championship last
season and who next year will man
age the Cleveland Indians.
STEEL MAN RETIRES
Myron C. Taylor, chairman of the
board of the United States Steel
corporation, who announced that he
would retire next April, to be suc
ceeded by Edward R. Stettinius, Jr.
Mr. Taylor, who startled business
last spring by signing up with the
Committee for Industrial Organiza
tion when most other executives
were trying to avoid it, will remain
as a director.
Reims Cathedral Fully Restored
The nave of the Cathedral of Reims, where Joan of Arc saw her
kins crowned, which has been completely restored from funds donated
to France hy John D. Rockefeller. Bombardment by German guns In
the World war and severe fires left the cathedral a mass of ruins after
“Tommy Guns” Ready to Talk for China
Armed with the latest thin? in American-made Thompson sub-machine guns—duplicates of the ‘‘Tommy
guns” made famous by American gangsters—this squad of Chinese communist troops near Peiping is drilling
for action against the Jap invaders.
Jiffy Blouse and Skirt
Done in Plain Knitting
Here’s simplicity itself—a jiffy
knit that not only goes fast but is
only plain knitting, no purling,
throughout. What’s more, it’s
made in two identical pieces (not
counting the sleeves), seamed up
front and back—no side seams.
Pattern 1568 contains directions
for making this blouse and a plain
knitted skirt in sizes 16-18 and 38
40 (all given in one pattern); illus
trations of blouse and stitches
used; material requirements.
Send 15 cents in stamps or coins
(coins preferred) fdr this pattern
to The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft
Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
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