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Tells of Attack in Plane Johnny, Get Your Wife! Balanced Powell ^ . . Rosemary Griffith, 24-year-old airlines hostess, is shown in a hospital at Nashville, Tenn., where she told of being slugged on P1^- She \ a able to give no other information to authorities than that she had swai 'owed key to the mail and baggage compartment rather than give it up to an assailant who then knocked her unconscious. Probes "Trust” Prince Interned Prince Frederick Grandson, of the former German Thurman Arnold kaiser, Prince Frederick, 28, oi •m v Prussia, was interned in the Huyton Speaking to reporters in Washing- camp near Liverpool, England. He ton, Thurman Arnold, assistant at- went to England shortly before out torney general, declares his depart- break of war last September, ment is pushing its investigation of alleged throttling of ten key de- _ _ . . p. . fense industries by monopolistic JVl3ClC W3.V IOt UllKC pressure. He said the United States • is facing a startling inadequacy oi --—-_—_ production. Hugo A. Lundquist President of the Aeronautical Me chanical Union, Hugo A. Lundquist is leader of striking airplane work ers at the Boeing factory in Seattle, Wash. Boeing makes many of Amer ica’s w’arplanes. Nazi Envoy's Noble Secretary On Rubber Survey Dr. T. D. Mallery Dr. T. D. Mallery, botanist of the Carnegie Institute, is shown with part of a rubber tree in Washington before leaving for Central America to make a survey of areas most suit able for rubber producing. Congress authorized $500,000 for the survey, seeking to make the Western Hem isphere self-sufficient, if possible. Sir Charles Dundas Sir Charles Cecil Farquharson Dun das arrives in New York from Nas sau, enroute to his new post as gov ernor of the Uganda Province in East Africa. Sir Charles left the Bahamas before the arrival of the Duke of Windsor, it being an old custom that the incoming governor Khali not see the outgoing executive Secrecy - loving Dr.' Gerhardt Alois Westrick’s first line of de fense against unwelcome visit ors to his New York City office was Baroness Irmingard von Wagenheim, above, secretary to the Nazi trade envoy to the U. 3. She is a relative by marriage if German Foreign Ministei von Ribbentron. In Britain August Means Holidays Although England’s traditional August Holiday was permitted this year only to those engaged in non-essential work, some Britishers found it possible to relax despite momentary threats of bombing. rith seaside beaches closed to them, tha.tXhames seemed the next best thing. These holiday-makers *t Runnymede. seen/unworried by fear of German attack. A *» ^ _r' gggg&BSsK&iY . : ... y^y.«%-i«»04OC'A^gaEg^ifWiQnnnnnniwiriiniiini»inii It may be just coincidence, out prospective exemption of married men from proposed conscription has been paralleled by a record rush for marriage licenses in many a U. S. community. Typical of the way manv erstwhile confirmed bachelors suddenly took the plunge is this scene in the Brooklyn. N. Y.. Mar riage License Bureau Leads Plane Strike Seeing the Sights of Paris .... . . -.....-.v.. ... High atop the hill of Montmartre the famed Church of the Sacre Loeur affords a spectacular view of Paris, making it a mecca foi is tourists. And the Nazis are no exception, as this group ol sightseeing German soldiers shows. Child Mother Coming to U. S. To allow a live-man medical commission to examine hpr in „i of her phenomenally young motherhood, Lina Medina fi Peruvian mother, will soon come to Chicago. Above s'h^f ^ f'ired in Lima, Peru, with her 15-months-old son Jerrv Thl 51Cii on the chair is almost as big as the baby y’ ih dU Arms as straight as a tightrope walker’s balancing pole, Helen Jacobs of Berkeley, Cal achieved r spectacular one-footed, backhand return frogn the baseline during the women’s Eastern grass - ‘ •singles championship tournament at Rye, N. Y. The former national and world champion wnn tir Quarter-final match 6—1, 6—3, from Dorothy Bundy of Santa Monica, CaL " J Bermuda Guard of Honor Welcomes Its Former King Suntanned and healthy after his uneventful sea voyage from Lisbon, the Duke of Windsor, center, inspects the guard of honor which greeted him as he recently arrived at Bermuda—the island group fee once ruled as Edward VIII, now but a stopover on his way to his new post, Governor of the Bahamas, . Commander-in-Chief Inspects Defense defenseprogram was the verdict of President Roosevelt from the rear seat of the Prpsirienrf?eCtl0I*/r°f H' defense centers throughout New England. A seat of “ “Ja rar. Mr. Roosevelt sees a working model of the new 90-n* ^ anti-aircraft gun at Watertown, Mass., Army arsenal.