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Japan Frowns on .Wings for China p—--:——n ' J'**> ** ,.,r- ■ | Japan’r sharp protest against) sale or military planes to China as Imperiling the peace of East Asia was a slap at plane manufac turers and their representatives who are in China to sell air planes and Instruct Chinese fliers. Among U. S. airmen in the Orient is Frank Hawks, famous pilot, who is demonstrating to Chinese the giant bomber with which he is pictured here on fee eve of his sailing from Seattle. Wash., recently. Samuel Insull Homeward Bound IV,. m m » m Flown from Sicily to London and radioed here this picture shows Samuel Iniull (center) aboard the S. S. Exilona en route to the United State: to stand trial in Chicago. On the left is Burton Y. Berry, attache of th< American Embassy in Istanbul, and right is James Kilgallen, of th< International News Service. The former utilities king is in Berry’i custody until his arrival here. (Central Press, FLAT ROOFED HOUSE IS SOMETHING FRESH IN THE STATE OF DENMARK Iluunr Beautiful—Home 4 Field Flat roofed houses are found in the tropics, but as you proceed northward, especially toward Europe, the pitch of the roof be comes steeper and steeper, and in Scandinavian countries they are atoapest of alL However, the_ home of Max Rothenborg, promi nent Copenhagen lawyer, recent ly completed in the suburbs of the Danish capital, has a flat roof, as shown below in the picture. The primary purpose of the archi tect was to meet the needs of the family. As the plan at 4he top left shows, one enters a large re ception hall through a small vesti bule. Straight ahead is the liv ing room. The dining room is nearly as targe as the living room. The guest room is entered from 1 -« ■—‘—————— — ■■■ - ■ ■ the main hall, and the master bed-' room from the living room. The second floor has four children’s rooms, each child having a closet and wash basin to himself, the group sharing a private balcony^ and a deck over sunjooin. right/"! Canadian, 35, Captures Boston Marathon - -—— From a field of 193 contestants who started out from Hopkinton, Mass., (as shown above) on the historic 26-mile grind to Boston, it was Dave Komonen. a 35-year-old Finn of Sudbury, Ontario, who crossed the tape first. Holder of both the American and Canadian marathon titles, Komonen is shown (inset) wearing the laurel wreath, in accordance with the ancient Greek custom, after his tri umph. His time was 3:22:53 4-6. Modern “Minute Men” in Capital Protest * ■■ 1 .. ■ ■ ..... t By way of celebrating the 169th anniversary of the Battle of Lexing ton, when "the shot heard ’round the world” was fired, a delegation of modern "Minute Men” from that historic Massachusetts town pre sented a petition to Congress as a protest against "unreasonable in terference" by the Federal government in the affairs of a "free peo ple". Here the delegation is seen presenting the petition to Congress woman Edith Nourse Rogers on the steps of the Capitol. Left to right: J. C. Hutchinson. E. L. Fenn, Robert H. Holt. Lexington Town Moderator: C. L. Coburn. Mrs. Rogers, Frederick Fischer, Lynn Car ter and R. B. Parker. “Pm Innocent!” 4 4 Dr. Alice Wynekoop Still maintaining her innocence. Dr Alice Wynekoop, former Chi cago physician, is pictured in a hospital room at the reformatory for women at Dwight, III., where the is serving a 25-year sentence for the murder of her daughter in-law. Mrs. Rh>ta Gardner Wynekoop. Dr Wynekoop, in ill health, asserts "I'm innocent, ind I hope some day to prove who killed RheU.” “Scraps of Paper1* Believe it or not, these two fetch ing chapeau* are nothing but "scraps of paper.” In other words, they are made of strips of crepe paper crocheted. The one at the top is called "Desperado, and the one below is the “halo "I These paper hats look like rough straw and are trimmed with pins; or quills. They are youthful and "harming. Democrats of the Topeka, Kan., congressional district, are put ting their taith in a woman can didate. Mrs. Georgia Neese Clark, above. They're counting on her ability and beauty to overoome the normal Republic an vote of Rep. W. P. Lambert aoxL Figure in "Little Red House” Furore % The “Little Red House in Georgetown,” mentioned by Representative Fred Britten (top left) of Illinois, as a rendezvous for meetings “which promote Communistic legislation." Rep. Britten said the house is occupied by Robert Kahn (lower left), of the PWA, James A. Landis (top right), federal Trade Com missioner. and Thomas Corcoran (lower right), of the RFC. (Central PrtsgJ Mexicans Battle Police to Protest Sex Education I Fighting bitterly against the proposal for sex education courts in primary chools. •\«ral hun dred Mexico Cltv parents, mostly mothers, battled police who attempted to halt their protest meeting. The picture shows the flash, in which mounted oncers rode Into the crowd, exchange blows with the throng, and tore down banners. Many were injured iu the melee* Distinguished Family from a New Angle By . stroke of luck our cameramen w.s at the top of the companionway of the liner Bownraria when tt reached New York recently. This unusual photo of Norman H. D*'niir wife deft, ami their lovely ««^c, M,,s SJ. D.v„^s the^rcsul.^hun.rm. and J'f 5000 Chicago Teachers Protest Payless Months School teachers, some unpaid since last May. brought the school crisis vividly before Chicago whe* 6000 of them paraded through the downtown section, as shown here, protesting delays in state legislation to enable payment of bach salaries.