FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1942 BLYT1IKVILLE, (ARK.) COUU1KU NEWS PAGE FIVE News Of The World In Pictures Trophies for the Enemy \ war inmismes urn They Still Hate to Get Up in the Morn ing How British Help Russians by Bombing. Baltic Ports^ Sounds incredible but American sports champions, including swimming queen Gloria Callen, above, are collecting trophies for the axis. Cups will be used to make U. S. weapons. Back in Friendly Hands Irving Berlin entertains World War II soldiers at Camp Upton, N. Y., as he prepares an Army show sequel to his J.917 "Yip. Yip, Yaphank." At this same piano, Berlin composed "Oh, How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning" and other famous World War S Yanks Beat Bushes in Dutch Guiana . Bombed by British . Areas Controlled by Germany Map shows how British give direct aid lo Russia by bombing important Baltic Sen.ports where supplies are loaded for Germans lighting on northern front. Blasting of these cities also disrupts unloading of iron ore from Sweden and Norway. Melbourne Skyline Gets American 0. K. Wounded British soldier smiles with reason—he is one in exchange of prisoners between Britain and Italy and is coming ashore at Alexandria, Egypt. Japs, This Filipino Means Blitzness It's war against jungle and insects in Dutch Guiana for these United States troops protected by heavy mosquito nets. .(U. S. Army Signal Corps photo from NEA.) Blimp—a Convoy's Eyes in Blanket of Fog Pvls. L. F. Ostcr and R. L. Kramer of the United Stales forces in Australia give the Melbourne skyline an approving once-over from Princess Bridge. Britain Lays an Egg Tight On!' Brig.-Gcn. Stephen G. Henry, left, congratulates Second Lieut. Carlos C. ArgucIIcs of the Philippine Army upon completion of courses in blitz tactics at Fort Knox, Ky., Armored Force School. ArgucIIcs wants to return home to try his knowledge on Japanese. Plovcring protectively over a U. S. troopship, somewhere on the Atlantic, Navy blimp helps guard convoy carrying troops and supplies bound for one of United Nations' many battlefronls. (Passed by censor.) All the Comforts of Home Manpower Boss Gets an A, Too Fair Trader This big splash will be followed by a bigger crash i£ a ship hits this mine dropped oil the coast of England by a British minelayer. Squirrely Fa mi liar Touch \Vi.o v. ou! .1 t.. 2 nolUii..; Made entirely of non-priority materials, this portable, demountable air raid shelter will withstand 30 tons of debris, and the lady ao- parently finds Ihe sheltgr corntorlabl^. „ Arthur J. AUmcyer, above, is • . the new executive officer of the ( ; War Manpower Comm^^n. Paul McNuti apcoitcd. A "os ratic'ii cavd3 iii Washing- i ' ton bi-t M-? Leon Henderson? i Obviously, Los Angeles business That means liubD.v, the price ao- \ men knew what they were doing . minislrak'i, gels Ihrca gnlK;"S a \vccl; only for the two Henderson cais. when they selected Lois James, above, as "Miss Foreign Trade Pet squirrels of Cadet Larry Wilson go in for high life atop Uieir pal's cap at a Pennsyl- xania_miUtary Philippine President Manuel Quezon predicts island natives will still be fighting Japs when MacArthur returns. This ^ fine picture was made as President Quezon journeyed to see Presi- ; dent Roosevelt. yvni Kogers Jr. ^ Joins the Army t" ^ 5 ^^1 fcO , v ^Nl Unhappy Pvt. Bob Lundigan turns from Gladys Hess at Ft. Knox. Ky., dance to survey with disgust unwelcome cutter-inner. HancLbelongs to Pvt. Sal Lajeio., Will Rogers Jr, leaves Holly-; wood for Fort Sill, OkJa.,. and] olTicers' training school. He's his!
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