er 10, STAR, S. Army Shows It's Ready for Aerial "Invaders" i te. „-w-s. -"^l?! ?<<&»,. «*SJ*^ *TJ »•> < * >•: As 38,000 troops of the Regular Army and National Guard were concentrated in upper New York "tile for the Uired^lnnThv" 01 ^^ f °'' ? e Sr f at Army .war .games were, strikingly pic- J ' M , , ,„ ,*f mn'n u" '* ^ , , ' •**' ', ^ * ^ m'k'tur^n't^mT^ 0 ^'' IT"! '".A"™' «*»*"" «""* ™«« newly ^^J^^^Sil Sl^ y w&£*$F 0 ^ 0 £i P ^ e C ^'^-y-.^ ™?"^ <* ** A lmy are huge rretalhc megaphones wh.ch, pick up the famtest souds of Jlym^ mocK aaion against simulated attacks by "enemy" aircraft. Hero is nno nf thn l,i,,h-., n i^.; ( ,, „,,.„. ...u;.u _— ,=_"_.. q , 7 • r?° l^ 13 . 0 ! staff officers. Below is a streoscopic height- night, and exactly indicate the direction. Th P mohilp In rMnr n.Vt..,;o,l n ^,,= u ,•- ..^ :_.«i,U :..i-•— ~. send e::psoive shells against fleets of planes mock nelinn .,» n in«r"Jim,7r^V',7' t"'" .. " lurl « H< specml unlts wltl1 nc wly developed weapons went into small squares are the tents of ^ff nff r»r T n=i •'= ^"'^-"•-.*-. V l "f in ^ ear « or tne AImy are nuge rretallic megaphones which pick up the faintest souds of Jlymg al mock naion against simulated attacks by "enemy" aircraft. Here j* one of the high-velocity guns which can finder ^d^l^B&S^^^l^^ "? stfreo f c °P lcfhel / ht : £&*••»* ^actly indicate the direction. The mobile lo cator .pictured a>ov & is in use in the war games; nes ' against aircraflers ,to determine the range of planes to fired Pine, N. Y. Synchronized with it are powerful searchli ghts .whjc'h .reveal "enemy" planes after their :r •'•••<• i •• v , '• has been detected by those "tin ears." ' .', •'.';.. ... '•.•.;; Pictures Taken at 6-Months Intervals Show How World Famous Babies l-lave SOON AFTER BIRTH— AT SIX MONTHS— iwi t . ^ ft** -«X*^V" ^"^^^^r* t, 1:1.1,-,, XRA Sqrvico',' Jnc. A few weeks; after their birth, .1)11.. Cecilo. A AT ONE YEAR— mcs wen- im uiui Wo,,,,, „,,: St*! till 1 "-Nv' h^* V S • ,> •• «. »v V & , *^'/-?~ , Vis:,, NBA Soi-vlce, *.,«"SJ .W.A „,. <. "$,. c e? ,*•>* ^» mill.. c-iK'H.ilh M.!U L d ijno buihd.u tul...-.tt.iiu'iii"jj l J['!,'iK.jj'""' U '" " '""'" "'''' ' "."' '""' At M.\ months it bpcnme cli-ur timt the b.ibu^ \\f-ic- Boing to have at Unst a fli?htinfi chance to «-unlve .Note ho\\ much brifihti-r midft,'", fatvon&ei thej look in this pictuip. Left to risjht. Mailo, Kmilie, Cerilp, Ahtiette JtuA Yvonne. "^\"''* ' AT EIGHTEEN MONTHS- •^v-; .•>*< >/« *& I''J5,.M: V SUM, ,, And today! Wheie could joii hop, m inid in t- hi iUu. i, |,u tti.-i 1ml, anK ih.n. th< In I,,,!,,,, hmil'i,—Miimt. M m ," j.ud "\\OIIIK ,uc ,ill .iiuin.ituin ,,m| .mil io\ And ^.IK h l>u i,n)s loo 1 ' .-'!«., \i «^> » "Makale Is Ours!"—And Troops Take Over Captured Town Not Guilty, Says Crowned Corn King of World Mrs, Livermore Grand Champion Takes a T ... i 4 i ,, ™ ^Copyright 1935, by NEA Service, Inc In Makale at last! The advance guard of the Italian conquerors 5 , is pictured by Ray Rousseau Service staff photographer, as they tuofc their ease on au elevatioi in the own toward which thev n Tho native mud |ut« maVe°u dreary of European jnspiradun in the distawe. toiled many »»e» unjsr the , hot Afria sun Tho native mud ut« maeu dreary cont gleaialns .white Pleading not guilty to ta e cliuist- of shooting her sou. Jesse. Jr., lii. "with intent to kill." -Mrs. Dorothea Livermore Is shown here in court at Santa iiarbara. Calif. She was freed on 56uOO bond, for preliminary he:;rinf Dec. u. and then rushed to the hosultal. where the boy was in critical Corn king of the world for 1935 Is William Carr Lentz. 84, shown here fls be proudly holds the trophy emblematic of the championship, won at the hay and grain show of the international livestock exposition in Chicago. The title was awarded bin) for bis display of Johnson county white com, samples of which be is holding, raised on his farm near Jettersonville, Ind. Tnere was a waVy iooir wise he was the picture o£ dignity as be stood in the riots the InternationaJ livestock show in Chicago to be swarded t&a grand championship iij the junior feeding class. With him la bis youthful owner, Vincent Baker, 14, of Edmund, Wla. "Werl cuies Marshall," the proud victor, woa trow tlje largest cowpeth yve fleld i« the espositloa'fl history a04 " |fSlSg .winners IQI tb^ g^ojr'^ •C •'
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