WEDNESDK)V, DECA. 6, 1939
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The debris littered street (above) shows a portion of the damage done to a residential secetion of Helsinki, capital city of Finland, by raiding Rus-
sian war planes a,, the Soviet forces started their attack on the little Baltic country. More than a hundred civilians were reported killed in. a series of
raid. This picture was trans'mitted from London to New York by radio.
Birthday . . . This is a recent
photo of Egypt's girlish queen,
Farida, shown with her baby, Prin-
cess Ferial, whose first birthday
was observed by the royal house-
hold Nov. 17.
Struggling with representatives of Gov. E. D. Rivers of Georgia, W. L.
Miller (center), chairman ,of the Georgia highway board, is shown as he
was forcibly rejected from office in Atlanta after the governor had
ordered him to vacate. Miller's hand was cut and his eye glasses were
broken in the scuffle. The ouster climaxed a disagreement of long
saniin g betw en Rivers and the chairman over highway affairs.
Smile when you say that!' . Let there be no wise :-racks about John Miller, the men's national crochet
champion seen with Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., one of the judges.; at Ncew York. This horny-fisted cowpun-
cher from a ranch near Sacramento whipped up a bed spread with his hooked needles: his entry'was best fro~m
300,00O0 male crochet experts.
The Royal Rule-Caught at the split-second of its cxit from a tube,
this torpedo is being tested at a royal naval torpedo factory "somewhere
in England." Tcrpedc2.3 undergo rigid tests bzfore they're issued to
the navy as OK:'
What Big Ears Granny! ! These huge paraboloids being fitted by
Britons are' "ears" to detect enemy planes.
Home. . Regret at leaving
Paris was voiced by Mrs. Dora De-
Iane Forbes, aunt of F.D.R., who is
just returned from France. She
had lived in Paris many years.
Unele Sam's sub makes news.-Here's the U.S. subimarine Searaven in waters eff PortcmoGuth. N.H.
course where her sister shin, the Squalus, made a faulty dive last May 24, with the los;s of 26 lives.
The sub underwent tests on the same
Firs For Yulctide-Hawaii turned to the mainland for her supply of
Chri,_Amas t_u,' a id tere's part of a shirpment of'60,0,00 firs being load-
ed at Seattle. Eoat also took turkeys, appiles, potatoes for the Christmas
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