The Times from Hammond, Indiana on June 12, 1939 · Page 15
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The Times from Hammond, Indiana · Page 15

Hammond, Indiana
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Monday, June 12, 1939
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Monday, June 12, 1939 THE HAMMOND TIMES Pas;e Fifteen Days News ii\ Pictures YUGOSLAVIA "FIXED"--Prince Paul, left, regent of Yugoslavia.] -- = ---- ___________________________ _ leaves the Reich chancellery to OVER, SPANISH" TROOPS GO HOME--Any doubt as to the assistance accorded victorious General Franco, Spamsh rebel army leader, during his conquest of the Loyalist forces by Germany and Italy is dispelled by these photos. Berlin, Germany, accompanied Picture on the left shows part of Germany's "Condor legion" parading through Hamburg, Germany, on its arrival home At right, thousands of Itahan soldiers await embarkation for Italy at Cadiz. Spain. Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler, hia host. It was on this occasion that Hitler issued his statement that! Yugoslavia's borders had been: "fixed." Fashions of the Fashionable POLAND HAS "BIG BERTHA"--Here is one of the ne siege guni which can hurl a shell containing tance of 50 miles ' A number of these gun, Polish-German border in anticipation of possible hostilities, s one of the new Polish 1T - S « THE FBISK " IN OLD SHANGHAI--Followmg threats by the Japanese that they would police THEY MOURN ON-The world may soon forget the tragedy of the ing nign explosives a ens- Shanghai themselves as a result of a series of assassinations of Japanese leaders and Japanese sympa- sunken British submarine Thetis--but not these women Still wait- IS Have Oeen mOVed tO til? t V l l 7 P r ; t V l P ·nnllC'c nf Ghana-l^ai'l- l M f r a » r r n * * / ^ « l _ n f + l A . » n ~ l U ,«.- _ J r _ . l -* * t in*?" i n fnrTftm hrmo rtlltclrfla f-Vio nffi/ine. nf H-ift r*«TViAl I 11^^ fif,vv*nnr,it thizers. the police of Shanghai's international settlement begins rigid enforcement of laws against carrying weapons Above, a woman police officer · frisks ' a ricksha rider for concealed weapons ing, in forlorn hope, outside the offices of the Camel Laird Company n Birkenhead, England, off which port the submarine went down, ire these relatives of seamen now lost aboard the ill-fated vessel. ODE TO SWIMTIME -- Linda! Hayes, movie starlet, is attrac-1 tive in her woven-to-fit white wool! swim suit which is set off by Was] shoulder stripes. A purple mono-! gram trims the white beach robs' of starched terry cloth. TUNING-UP--A 12-inch mortar is set off at Ft. Hancock, N J Curing: target practice. Note how 'many men face away from the 'gun's mouth as it is discharged [Ft. Hancock was inspected by .King George while he was en jjoute to-New York and the world's ,fair,,with_Queen Elizabeth. DAD'S PROUD, TOO--It's hard to say who is proudest as Colonel Robert Beightler of the Ohio National guard presents a sharpshoot- mg medal to his son, Cadet Robert Beightler, J r , of Greenbner Military school, Lewisburg, W Va. Young Beightler is a member of the rifle team winning the Fifth corps area awards in the William Randolph Hearst national rifle matches. CUBA TURNS DOWN MORE REFUGEES--Tragedy is written onj the face of the younger woman, resignation is seen in the older aaj MIXED "HOUSEHOLD"--A cat in the laboratory of the University of Missouri at Columbia, Mo., proves v ^ e y hear the news that Cuba has refused entry to them and many she has a heart by adopting five orphaned baby skunks, though she already has a kitten of her own. The other German Jewish refugees aboard the French steamer Flandrttj ikunks_were£rphaned_when a dog killed their_ mother. *" which vainly tned to unload them at Havana. ; Central Press Association, 1939, No. J--10

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