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r i J- rasa Ik ii Above Piles of Airplanes ready for the torch at Co- lombe-les-Bclles, France. Below the planes burning. These photographs illustrate part of the so-called "million dollar fire," in which "perfect" and "practically new" ma terial is alleged to have been destroyed by order of Amer ican officers. The fires burned on for days. Congress is investigating to ascertain whether this destruction was the wanton procedure it is represented to have been and if so, who wanted to keep the material off the market. CopyriKht. I'nuVrwooil Unil-rwonil. -er. f Si Chairman W. B. Colver of the Federal Trade Commis sion is now to be War Industries Board boss of wood pulp products, includtng all paper. Photo. Press niiutiatins Service. Three generations of the Bankheads of Ala bama. Left to Right Col. H. M. Bankhead, U. S. Senator J. H. Bankhead, and Represen tative W. B. Bankhead. The Colonel is the youngster. CopyriKht. Pren IlliiBtrnt InK Service. -.if Tl 1-,31 I - . Copyright, Western Newspaper Union. :?: fit''. or. ' t It l ilr 1 - A , 41 It?3 Jit 4 73 74: 1 Here's material for a future historical painter. The President is seen presenting the roosters "Lloyd George," "Clemenceau," "Foch." "Orlando" and "Wilson" to thirty Alabama citizens who will auction them off to help pay for the Dixie Highway bridge over the Tombigbee. "Wilson" is the bird that is being dished up. Ciiliyrl(tht. P-resn Illustrating Service. ?1 These recent immigrants have re considered. They can hardly wait to board the ship that takes them home. Part of the ereat Back-to-Europe Movement now going on. Copyrltrht, Irenf. Illustrating Service.