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NEWEST CRUISER IS LAUNCHED—The U S. S Salt Lake City.
f rst of the eight ten-thousand ton cruisers provided in the “hit; Navy'* rrocram of the United States, photographed as it took to the water at Camden, N J , shipyards Launching ceremony was witnessed by more than a thousand visitors. intrrnj»iinn»i x#w**wi WHERE THREE DIED—Photo ahows wreckage of locomotive and one coach of N Y. N H & H. passenger tram after derailment near Tomngton, Conn The en gineer, fireman and one passenger were lulled and seven others in lurcd IntrruXliAinl N»wiiri'lll A LESSON ON THE i INKS—Instructing the kids in the fine r points ot the ancient and honorable Scottish pastime is one of the things Johnny Farrell docs best. The national open cham pion is shown above with a Jew oi his little inends at St. Augus* line, 1 ia. lnumallnnitl N»w<iM * ’"T i _...._tA~.. jL— ON Tl EASURE CRUISE- Ear from the j a political arena. David Lloyd Gcurge, Eng* l|d land’s wartime premier, shown with mem- ■ Errs of his family at Cannes is luxuriating g m a Mediterranean cruise aboard hi> yacht ffl • Sahas Tl»c W inter voyage was under taken upon advice of his pi. j-icun:-. I tmcri.niional Stwtrwl ■'T»rr,r'*<r,.T -’ - ' — I IN TRAINING—Jack Quinn, 44* || year-old pitcher for the Philadelphia f. Athletic?, photographed as he sent M one whining down the old alley. B The veteran holds opinion that bowl- C nig is excellent Winter practice for P hi! salary arm Inlrroatloniil N»>w*r«*«*l ^ URGES CHANNEL TIN ^ NFL- Sir William Pull ' (above), who conducted infor mal poll of British Houat of Commons on the question of 4 tunnel under the English chan nel connecting Great Britain and France. The majority favored the project as an eco nomic need. litifriMllfn.il Nrwfm-1 imm _ki ____ >il : PiRD FLIES OVER CAPITAL—It looks almost as big as the Graf Zeppelin Joes this largest of Navy seaplanes, shown in the photo on a test flight over the nation's capital. On board during test were high officers of both services, including the Navy's secretary for air, Edward P Warner. Notice the comparative sices of two crait in the picture. Hr**wi I TRY T H 1 S ONE! —Here is S o n | a Heinie. Olympic figure ' skating cham- s pion, as she docs | a pirouette on ;jj the ice at St. j Monte. Switzer- - land. She is de scribed as the ' most graceful skater. Ir.t*- nation il NIAGARA IN WINTER S ICY CRIP-It locks like a pamuns by a master artist, as indeed it is For it was Dame Nature herself who imprisoned Niagara Falls in the icy frame shown in the picture International Newsreel AIRMAIL G H Q — Photo shows mast of the big Temple* hofer airdrome outside of Ikr* I (in with flags of various coun* I tnrs on the airmail routes. More than $00 planes enter and leave Tempkhofer daily. Intcinatloruil Xew*i eel ran ^ ^ ...■t^jw, ^"ii t FAIR ALDERMAN SWORN IN — Photo shows Mrs. Ebba M Winslow be ing sworn in as alderman in New York City Hall by Frank Barbara (left) as Wil Ium Buss looks on Mrs. Winslow sue ceeds to place left vacant by George U Harvey, boro president of Queens county I n?f*rpatton*I »w*i>*-l I . p I_ SPONSORS BALL—Lady lan Mai colm (above), the daughter of Lily Langtry (Lady de Bathe), finds en joyment in organizing costume balls for the bcrvants of London society. Lady Malcolm herself attends the dances, which she starts off by tread ing a measure with her own butler lnternfttlonftl N*w»r*»u Jfei SHE KNOWS HER VITAMINS—Mrs Tom Heeney. the Aus tralian heavyweight champ * pretty American bride, not only pre pares her boxer-husband's meals, but she secs to it that he get* of the vitamins necessary to give him stamina tn the ring photo shows Tamas about to surround a horn*' — ’ I ■ i ' ■. — ■ - .. 1 1 ’ - .■rjt . ... . ,, " ... —***. r . f'M'WIr. SCULPTRESS HOME—With numerous pieces of unfinished work in her baggage, Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney (above), society sculptress, arrived home from Europe aboard the S. S. He dc Paris She was honored whil** ahnad by a medal from the French jpovcmrrr-'* I**-" b ' ... • -- -- ' .**... *"—*". n*i****wi* LEE S BIRTHPLACE A NATIONAL SHRINE—Here » a aplcndid vir* of P«cturr»quc Stratford, the birthpUc in Westmoreland county. Virginia, of General Robert E. Lee. the South's greatest soldier. It ha* just been acquired by the United Daughters of the Confederacy as a pa111000 »hmc. wThe home »as be m m Georg* lUT England. i