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Ogdensburg journal. (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) 1932-1971, January 15, 1936, Image 8

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* -Jf BABY SENATOR IN FIGHTING MOOD—Rush D. Holt, Demo- cratic senator from West Virginia, may be the baby in the senate, but he can become quite a \tough\ .baby at times. Here he is address* ing. a Y. M. C. A., town hall gath- ering in. Washington, and at the moment, is lashing out against the : supreme court justices as being ' \fossilized\. .....A&fe ^^.^w^J MRS. HAUPTMANN STILL HOPES-Still hoping that means wouf~ ' be found to prevent the electrocution of her husband, Hrs.'Bruw NEW HOME FOR FRENCH EMBASSY—Stately dignity is the motif of this driveway entrance to the Hauptmann is pictured leaving the Trenton, N. J., state prison-aftgjp. John Hays Hammond house in Washington, purchased by the French government for its embassy, at a a n unsuccessful attempt.to see her husband. Mrs. Hauptmann-!§ reputed price of $400,000. s h 0 wn\ center, with reporters. . f FOR WINTER SPORTSWOMAN—If you are a woman and you like to ski, take a tip from Ruby Keeler, movie dancer, who says this ski outfit is just the thing. CANADA'S FIRST WOMAN MAYOR—Mrs. Barbara Hanky ,has the distinction of being Can- ada's first woman ..mayor, Mrs. !Hanley, a former school teacher, presides over. the destinies of \Webbwood Ontario. Two of the councilmen in her cabinet are for-, mer pupils of hers. ZIEGFELDS RETURN TO MOVIELAND—Billie Burke, right, act- ress, and her daughter, Patricia Ziegfeld, daughter of the late Flor- enz Ziegfeld, return to their movieland home in Hollywood where -Patricia is to begin work writing a column for the newspaper pub- lished by Will Rogers, Jr., son of the late humorist. Miss Burke and daughter had been vacationing in the east. i{ -Word? AT JOHN GILBERT FUNERAL—Marlene Dietrich, center, who had been seen often with John Gil- bex't lately, is pictured attending funeral services for the movie star in Hollywood. She is accompanied by Dolores Del Rio and Dolores' husband, Cedric Gibbons, noted film-art director. PRINCE MDIVANI, SISTER-IN-LAW MAT MARRY SOON- from Palm.Beach, Fla., where the two are vacationing, has linked^ Prince-Serge; Mdivani and Louise Van Alen, ex-wife of the prince'sS late brother, -Alexis Mdivani, in an early marriage. There have beeijt previous-rumors of impending marriage. , Serge's former wives were?- Mary McCorniicJ opera singer, and Pola Negri, the actress.\ *t LARGEST DIPPER-^he 1 ifrdrid'g largest*, dipper, on thef world's Ws built in: Cleveland. The dipper is capable of lifting 110,000 founds j>f\dirt at;orie seoop-ror 2,000 to,3»000 cubic, yafds an hour. \WINS PRESIDENCY IN CUBA—Dr. Miguel Mariano Gomez, center, sits with his staff in his political headquarters in Havana and tabulates returns which indicate his election as president of Cuba^ NO CARES FOR HIM!—While heads of other nations,worry .over, the trend of events, King Carol of Roumania, right, indulges in,his' penchant tor\Tuintih'g. * He is pictured, near Gherghita, Roumania, with gun over shoulder, conferring with one of his gun beare*^.-;. Central Press Association. Inc.. 1936. . ,/,.\\,>'• SHE'LL WED Y.OU \. IF YO MAKE $50 A WEEK—This Neig; York girl, assuming the nctitiou|| \ name of \June \Marshall\,~ wi^ j marry you if you are not mb.rfl i than 35 years of age and if yoif| make at, least $50 a week. ,.j^ridjfr\ oh,, yes;, you-, must not.-have-re^* hair. \'June\, an orphan, is oui£ of work and is' looking for a ; &a|j|, to' lift her y another and a gj^d|| pother, \out of straitened jafcui^ \* stances.'? \ '•.-?, \'j&\ '; -PSfc '

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