Detroit Free Press from Detroit, Michigan on March 14, 1935 · Page 26
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The Detroit Free Press Daily News Reel -Today's Pictures Today Thursday, March 14, 1935 1 w. A "-oM-. tfr-f" - -j, . ..v c-- jt .. .1 'WV ' zl f ' 1 -Willi. k s AiwoAtMl PreM Wirophol EVEN A KING must prae- - rrM Prm Phnt ZZZZ fORD & COUZENS. Two names, once seldom dis-ociated in the day's news, were coupled again briefly Wednesday, when Henry Ford paid his regular formal call on Detroit's mayor, Frank Couzens, son of the Senator. Frr PrM Photo T AST-MINI ITF.. Crnwrlf such as this were typical tice his piano lessons. Lleven- Wednesday as Detroiters year-old King Ananda, of started the eleventh-hour Siam, who accepted the nih tn sMture 1935 license throne of his uncle. King f d plates. Thursday is the last Prajadhipok, is shown at a . J day that an automobile may Swiss scnooi. i ne picture was ,? 4 be driven with old plates. sent from Europe Wednesday fit js ..-SXk... ... 5 1 AM'iiitM PrfM Photo , CATS CANT COUNT.. "Bum." a cat living in the transient relief shejter in San Diego, demonstrated that she knows nothing about arithmetic An orphaned baby rat joined her family of six kittens and was adopted. , If i '4! Widt World Photo HAPPY LANDING. Neither of two passengers nor the pilot was injured when this airplane alighted on a freight car sidetracked nea,r a landing field at Sonora, Texas. The plane was attempting to take off. If - AoriHtu PreM Pholo "CUPPA JAVA." Plain Joe Praschma, fledgling American, answers to that with alacrity now in Kansas City. Before he was naturalized this week, he answered to the German titles, Count and Baron. 4 - K CHAPLIN CHILDREN. These youngsters bear fa-. mous names. Sidney (left) and Charles, Jr., sons of the famous comedian, Charles Chaplin, are pictured at the three-ring circus which Tom Mix brought to Hollywood. '"--7 ";rrn n-f : jirT IITI Fl V 'I i - ' -" - ; . Widt World Photo fe , ' '5!t'' ; . it. - f Wl.le World Plioto TO STUDY US. Claiming he is visiting the United States to improve his mind, British Author H. G. Wells, prophet, publicist and popular pundit, is in Washington, D. C Tree Prew Photo "MARCH OF YOUTH" Is tne Y. M. C. A. pageant for which H. Irving Beers (left), L. B. Larkin and James Ware (right) are rehearsing. It will be given by a cast of 1,000 Friday night in the Masonic Temple. . v . ACUsMMCIIM,.... 3 ' A' AmocIMmI PrM Wirt-photo BUFFALO BLAZE Moored to a pier in Buffalo harbor, the Great Lakes freighter "C S. Robinson" was threatened with destruction when flames broke out in the after-structure, causing $50,000 damage. The ship, a 600-ton vessel, is one of the fleet operated by the Pickards-Mather Line, of Cleveland. Photo shows the blaze at its peak. A.nnutpd PrM Wirephoto BEAUTY. Molly Lamont. who was picked by Hollywood scouts after she took first prize in a British beauty contest, arrived in New York Wednesday, on her way to join the cinema colony. re?- -i i V .X"maWl''''r''''''' ,.;?5N"',,1t.v, Fn Ptmir Phnt THE DODGE DIDN'T DODGE. So, Mayor Frank Couzens whacked it with a bottle. That was according to the plans, however, for the Dodge was the three-millionth one off the assembly line, and the mayor's act marked it. it - mi n -T - n li tJLnir:l-i-' -- '- "-' ' Wlrto World Photo DUCKY, WHAT? Here's Frances Jones who has won the confidence of hundreds of wild ducks that winter at Lost Lake, near Miami, Fla. A bit of coaxing and a bil of corn, she found, make wild ducks forget to be wild. : -li" "i ' 'p' AK'iated Ptcm Win-phoU HAVANA IN A HURRY. Returning to New York from a Cuban holiday, former Secretary of War and Mrs. Newton D. Baker said they heard no shooting but saw "plenty of people scurrying along, fleeing from soldiers. U.V IT''" v- A0'-)iih1 Pppm Pholo I,"; KREUGERTOLL. Financial phenomenon of the era " f frenzied finance was Kreuger and Toll. The bubble JwiMt whn Ivwr Kreuger shot himself. Here a New York T ack7uptcy feee eotsra a Kjeoge toll i 4i irv stock. ... v MwSi At.nJ Ad.nUtl Pr-. Wirephoto BANK BOSS. Here's the nominal head of the U. S. banking structure. Marriner S. Eccles. governor of the Federal Reserve Board, before the House Banking Comtnktee, - t i. 4 V" A AiH'iatM Prrpt Wirfphoto RAILWAY BECOMES WATERWAY. Flood waters, rolling muddily down thawed creeks and rivers, inundated large sections of Missouri Wednesday. Here is a flag-station, two miles west of CardwelL Mo., one of the m any places swamped by the backwater from rli a St, Francis River, when Leery ruins swept the middle Scethwewt. s f?S 5 :r;-t:J? A -4 I Mils I 1 2 1 Prrs PholO ANTS IN YCUR PANTS? If you're troubled that way, wear a Coati Mundi. Capt. G. Allan Hancock, explorer, brought one of the little ant-eaters from Ecuador to Df. H. M. Wegeforth (left) of the San Diego Zoo. 1 i

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