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Some Handy Feats
f ,. . • No. the pictures aren’t upside down. Seems that Frank Annenberg, of Pottawatomie County, Kan. physical education instructor at Kansas U., can do most anything in a handy fashion. To prove he'tears off some whiskers upside down (left) and then sets off for a stroll on roller skates—withi the benefit of feet. His feats are just a “hobby” Prelude to oattie with (aermans in Norway Troops of the Yorkshire and Lancashire Regiment practice landing maneuvers somewhere in England. Photo was made while Britain was rushing its expeditionary force to Norway to counter the Nari inva sion. These men may now be among the estimated 40,000 British troops landed on the rocky Norse coast. Crew Tells Story of Wreck That Killed 30 Members oi the crew of the wrecked Lake Shore Limited are shown at Albany, N. Y., where they testified at probe into the crash at Little halls, N. Y., which brought death to .‘JO persons. Left to right, Charles (I. Grattan, conductor; John J. Sewak, head brakeman; Joseph V. Doran, rear brakeman; and A. A. Hill, b&togs&’cman. Y reck appears to have been caused by excessive speed on curve Camouflaging a "75” in Army Maneuvers • • &MWFp*.3!w®>i&!iKk£'’sm&toss?'-• •; x • .-»xmw ••••• , .. . 'Ktfd-0- -r°T ta^P^inniT eXtensT U-*»•«** maneuvers at ua.', memt^Tof the 6th division from Port Sill, Okla., camouflage a 75 mm. gun. Mechanized forces ft v a urge part in the maneuvers. These guns are favored by the army for Add work, superior in cffXe power^ any • otaer siuu ot its t-vrm ^ » Urge 25% Naval Expansion a .. it, Admiral Harold R. Stark (left), chief of naval operations, Senator iut David I. Walsh (center), chairman of senate naval affairs committee and Admiral J. H. Towers, are shown as Walsh’s committee opened hear ing on navy bills. Adntiral Stark testified Japan is outbuilding the United States in virtually every naval classification and urged a 25% naval increase to supply this country with a two-ocean fleet. Golden Rule Mother «»*:• .?? -ammea.. i*sgsMR«Ei Mrs. Edith ti. Mayo Mrs. Edith Graham Mayo, of Roch ester, Minn., widow of the famous clinic surgeon, Charles Mayo, has been selected as the American Moth er for 1940. She was chosen by the American Mothers Committee of the Golden Rule Foundation. Moth er of eight children, she has an adopted daughter and a foster son. No. 3—She Sues BBB; Suzanne S. Maxwell Discovery that she was last in the matrimonial life of Philip H. Max well was a shock only an annulment could cure, Suzanne Spalding Max well testified in New York court. (Daughter of the sports goods execu tive, Suzanne declared her husband,1 editor of various publications, had been married twice before they were wed. Speaks to u/\K Norman H. Davis, chairman of the American Red Cross, addresses the 49th Continental Congress of the national society of the Daughters of the American Revolution at Con stitution Hall, Washington, D. C. four thousand delegates were on hand-. A Hem with Realise Ann (Kay) Kimmel Released in .$20,000 bail, Ann (Kay) Kimmel is shown in the New, York office of the attorney for| George Scalise, Building Service: Employes Union president, who isj charged with extortion. Sealise’sj secretary, she was arrested as al material witness. She denied Scalise is a “sinister figure.” Miss Spiritual Fern Hall Miss Spiritual America is title given Fern Hall, 22, of Toledo and Miami, who won three-cornered finals in. Washington contest sponsored by Rev. R. Anderson Jardine, who mar ried the Duke of Windsor and Wallis Warfield. Fern’s reward is title role in a private movie titled “Inde cency,” from the book of the same name written by the Rev. Jardine. Vice War Chief Sir John G. Dill > [NmSaiaS r'Ce Ch,ief °f the British I John r Tvn "f1 Staff was Sir ¥ p<1 to v'Br 1 althe Sovel’nment act- I ulon the T lncreasinS Pressure u- f * ^lme and energy of the SSe°ch5aff-;’ Navy and air fori;; l:jffi_£hiefsalso were annointedL k FBFs Mystery Aide Mrs. Genevieve Long Mystery of what her duties were went unexplained as it was testified in Brooklyn Federal Court that Mrs. Genevieve Long, of New York, was paid $150 by the F.B.I. to aid in roundup of 16 men on trial for plotting to overthrow the U. S eovernment. German Bomber Downed in Norway A huge column of smoke, signal fire of defeat, mourns this German bomber, pictured down in Norway after recent battle with British warships in North Sea. Ships were escorting convoy, including Norwegian passenger ship Mira. A!! Over and No One Down on Toughest Jump The field takes Becher’s Brook in unison, and without mishap, the second time around during the run ning of Grand National Steeplechase at A intree. Bogskar was the winner at 25 to 1 British Dress Rehearsal tor Norwegian Landing 1 MS dll IL- I I '.in’ ginii bu 1 - f Igor hostile shares, roc_Iv a.mphshed. tsntisn iorces m Norwegian ports, was photographed on the very day Nazi troops began their invasion ox bcandinavia. Troops above are of Britain’s York & Lancaster regiment, training in England. When the (aood barth I urns SXfo0J*tPOTherdIeenGh0v0f Earth,” swamped, it tim.s famine'on ^the millions I there Dick over the dumn«? fnr cai1 K?**er* t le^ £° to ^ie refuse heaps, build their crude dwelling* l| ’ ^ these Dicturod in Tilnf^ 6 s?raPs and edible bits. And their undernourished children, l1)1 I ] these pictured m Tientsm alter recent famine and floods, help sift the dumps.