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October 23, 1940 - Image 5

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G 0 R 0 L L A H 0 O P ! -- c ne with an overpowering desire to roll
a hoop should hie himself dowA to Bunkie, La., where these barrel girdles
belonging to a hoop factory are hung out to season and dry. The green cut
hoops are rolled into bunches and, with a strip to hold them fastened on, are
then hung on the drying racks. Later they roll on a barrel.

F 0 D F OR T H O U C H T-Possibility that a new con-
densed food mixture that includes every vitamin except "C" and
which might eliminate malnourishment is hinted by Dr. Robert S.
Harris (above) of Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dr. Har-
ris said that there are two formulas of the concentrate composed
of such things as skim milk powder, whole wheat meal, oats.

P L U M B T U C K E R E D 0 U T '-Right in the middle of the Texas state fair, the sandman
caught Wanda Janette Randolph, six-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Randolph of Dallas.

F R O M T H E P H I L I P P I N E S-American beauties might
look to their laurels, now that pretty Beatrice (left) and Concep-
tion Roces have come to Washington to visit a brother. Their
father is Marcos Roces, prominent Philippine publisher.

B R I T o N -Capt. Oliver Lyt-
telton (above) became new
president of Britain's board of
trade in early October shakeup
that followed the resignation of
Neville Chamberlain.

WHAT'S NEW, NEWSIES?-Two lads from the
Bronx, N. Y., Peter Grassi (left) and Bill Allen, .helped Mrs.
Robert Openshaw, as a London cop, stage an act at a society relief
benefit in New York to raise funds for the aid of Great Britain.

V I S I T I N C ,A M E R I C A N S-Second group of Central and
South American officers to reach capital for a tour of defenses in-
cludes Gen. Guillermo Jose Mohr (left), Argentina's inspector
general, whose companion is Secretary of War Henry L. Stimson.
Chile, Nicaragua, Mexico, El Salvador, Ecuador, Argentina, Brazil,
Paraguay, Venezuela and Cuba are 'represented in second group.

1 OU R N E Y-wien his
strength returns, Jan Paderew-
ski, now in Lisbon, will continue
on to U.S. to make his home.
The fa-mous Polish pianist will
be 80 years old Nov. 6.

THE TEAM'S W I L L NG-Admittedly one of the best
shots on Ohio State University campus, Helen Jenkins has been
denied a place on the varsity rifle squad in Columbus. She has
appealed coach's ruling to athletic board, with student backing.

W A R H E A D C E A R-Stern, as befits these times, are Italy's
King Emanuel (left) and Premier Mussolini, in recent photo.


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