The Daily Mail from Hagerstown, Maryland on August 12, 1939 · Page 9
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THE DAILY MAIL, HAGERSTOWN, MD., SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1939. SEVEN WS OF THE DAY TOLD IN PICTURES •"iyv^-j*.p '^'•ffxv".""•••' "•NVV—VP,,, "•!• ,rr RUSH O F W I N C S TO EUROP E—In the harbor at Saint Nazaire, France, rests "Transatlantic," the American Export Airlines' flying boat now engaged in making survey flights across the Atlantic, with a view to establishment of service from U. S. to 15 Mediterranean ports. The airline will possibly fly mail in the fall and passengers, In a year or two. Other airlines crossing the Atlantic are the Pan American Airways' Clipper ships, carrying passengers and mail, and Britain's Imperial Airways mail plane. HARD-BOILED-An investigation of Nazi egg-laying traced this egg, received by an English grocer near Aldershot, to Vamdrup at the Danish-German border, where Nazi sympathies are strong. Indelible ink was used for the lettering. j-*: COO K—A $1,000 prize winner in final "cook-off" at world's poultry congress, Cleveland, was Mrs. Homer Kixson of Gains- ville," Fla., shown with - prize dessert, a fruit roll. VERBOTEN CLAMOR—Though Nazis urge good sense tn women's dress, caution against "glamorous secretaries." and scold Hollywood fashions, these frauleins did all right in Berlin. Some U. S. cities ban shorts on the streets. REPUBLICAN OMEN ?—Political fortunes of the G.O.P. party haven't anything to do with the miniature elephant collection of Mrs. William E. Borah, wife of Idaho's veteran Republican senator. She's been collecting them for 20 years, the figures ranging from tiny Ivor? elephants to this sinister beast (left) whose name is Ferdinand. Ferdinand is 500 years old. BOY R U I* E R—-Surprised King Fcisal 2d of Iraq xvalches the crowds thftt greeted him at the mountain town. Aley. The little boy succeeded to throne on the death of his father. King Ghazi. was killed in an auto accident last April. Fcisal's uncle acts recent for the four-year-old sovereign. With him, (above), is Nowi Pasha Said of Iraq council. S T A R - L I T_Add this mother starling to the list of those who don't believe in sizns. She parked her nest and family overtime in a sign on Miami's 200-foot-wide Biscayne boulevard along the Florida bayfront She hasn't had a ticket—yet! r SOVIET SHAPEUNESS-LIthe limbs flashed in the Moscow sun when 40,000 Russians staged their annual physical culture parade. These girls are from the Azerbaidjan which also .ient banners proclaiming "We will defend our oil. our cotton." •A* vww *Vnrf „ , . . „ „ VALLEY—With four years as settlers in government-sponsored Matanuska, Alaska •M..I * «7°J° , George \enne and his son plow what was almost unbroken forest in 1935. That was the vear the Vcnnes! Mamstee^Mich,, and other families from drought areas, migrated to Alaska to betrin life anew on virgin soil. "NOW, 333 pupils odern grade and high school at Palner. the community center for the MaUnuska vaJIey project •tt«n4 tfet tl|rei LIKE FATHER -Manilal Gandhi (above), son of the Indian mahaima, addressed trading license protest rally of 6.000 Transvaal Indians at .Tf>h?.nnes- South Africa. "••w" €.:? //>/'<* <* x><&rz *JL CHANCING OF THE ( A I R ) • G U A R D—In London's Whitehall, where crowds usvally gather to watch the guard being changed, this air-raid defense balloon was given a trial relelse. ALL Y—Assurance of Britain's military strength was given by Maj. Gen. Sir Edmund Ironsid* (above) on visit to Poland/ WHEN LOVE CAME—This gives you a rough idea of how love comes (theoretically) to Buddy Ebsen and Dixie Dunbar, the southland's contribution to Broadway entertainment in a new show, "Yokel Boy." They're shown at one stage in their dance, "Viene El Amor." which means, says Dixie, "Come Love." In it the man woos and wins the maiden with some fancy footwork. t HAND-HOLDING H I CH NESS-That soft light in the eyes of His Highness Sheik Mohamed Bin Isa Al Khalifah may be nostalgia for his homeland, Bahrein, "Isle of Pearls." of which the jewels wont by these girls in New York remind him. Jane House (left) and Peggy Caijllwvtirne of Washington, D. C.» are wearing pearls from Bahreinkwhich is in the Persian gulf. iwift nkv TOP S—Canadian- Carroll, tlarinetfst, Is one «f flrt top-rank girls directing " •rchestras tn U, S. •^B^HA _» '^K]

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