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The New Deal builds in the Tennessee Valley. Norris Dam, on the Clinch River,
near Knoxville, takes shape in massive concrete forms, soon to mean more water power for this proving ground of new ideas in regional settlement and conservation. Behind the dam will rise a lake 50 miles long. I With the grace of a camel! Steeplechasing is not in a camel's line, but this one manages to clear the barrier and thrill the rider out for a lark near Cairo, Egypt. -----—— —1 Romance links royalty. A new por trait of Princess Ingrid, daughter of Crown Prince Gustaf Adolf of Sweden, whose engagement to Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark has just been announced. Associated Press Photo The peanut that got away. And what a woeful state it leaves the Zoo polar bear In as he reaches vainly through the bars for it. Be it ever so humble-Getting an early start in the Southland, a woodpecker family chooses an old shoe for its home—unless the photographer has tricked US. Associated Press Photo 11 - two wonders of nature, with the Continent between. Rainbow Natural Bridge, in the - ' remote wastelands of Utah and never seen by a white man until 1909, is still a rarely photo- M graphed phenomenon of age-carved rock. And the moss-draped beauty of Dismal Swamp, 3 _> in North Carolina, is a surprise to those who have had only a mental picture of it. v ^ Roberts Pholo6.