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P]e Jhimfccy WASHINGTON, D. C„ MARCH ΜΒβ pUt 17, 1935. GRAVURE SUPPLEMENT m·· il.)·· «it m '«ρ rNew Orleans revels in Mardi Gras. King Rex, mythical ruler of the city, leans from his resplendent throne to . receive a bouquet from the queen, Miss Barbara Bouden, Γ reviewing the colorful pageant from the stand. L " Wide World Photos. Antarctic hard ships fail to dim his smile. Rear Admiral Richard E. Byrd aboard the Jacob Ruppert as it docked at Dunedin, New Zealand, with the explorer and members of his sec ond Antarctic ex pedition. ' A. P. Photo For a soldier and a great jurist. The fu neral procession for the late Justice Oliver Wen dell Holmes passing over the wooded slopes of Arlington to the grave at which stood President Roosevelt and other high officials to do him honor. Harrl.«.& Ewinc Dunedin turns out to greet returning Antarctic explorers. Scene at pier as the sturdy Jacob Ruppert docked at the New Zealand port with Admiral Bvrd and the men who spent nearly two years with him in the Antarctic Wastes E Associated Press Photo William Β. Dern, son of the Secretary of War. with his bride, the former Miss Helen M. McCollam * of this city, just after their marriage here at Mount Pleasant Congregational Church. ® Harris &Ewinr I II Floods and fire ravage town. Sebewaing, Mich., felt a two-edged sword of destruction when a flooding river scattered ice jams over the town and caused short-circuit fires.