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November 16, 1940 - Image 8

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T H E M I C H IG AN DAILY SATURDAY, P

NOVEMBER 16, 1944

ASSOCIATED

PRESS

POCTURE NEWS

WELCOME WARM DESPITE COLD-Thejr
troubles over, Else Riddervold, 25, of Oslo, Norway, and Hildur
Grytness (right), 29, from Trondheim, Norway, greet New York.
They came aboard the Mathilda Thorden, Finnish vessel that
dodged mine fields and was halted by Germans and by Britons.

CAMERAS S P E E D PLANE WORK-To cut down
time interval between engineering on a new model plane and its
initial flight two giant cameras are used in the Lockheed aircraft
plant at Burbank, Cal. They make patterns for sections and parts
under a new photo-loft-template process. Camera stands 10 feet
high, uses a 19-inch focal length lens and plates half a yard long.

H EET . HEA L O N G S W I M M IN G L Y;Testing Britain's new Salvus diving equipment for
morking at a depth of 30 feet for almost an. hour, a diver crawls along in a swimming pool. The ap-
paratus is foi use in entering flooded or smoked-out. parts of a ship. Valves attached to a weighted
helt help regulate the air released in bag. Diver's mates watch-just in case.

PAN - A M E R I C A N I S TS-For his activity fostering bet-
ter relationship among the Americas, Dr. L. W. Rowe (right),
director general of the Pan American Union, received the union's
gold insignia from Frederick E. Hasler, group's president.

NEW D I V I N G D A R E--Britain's new Salvus diving ap-
paratus, designed for entering flooded or smoked-out compart-
ments of a ship, gets a test. Diver need not wear a diving suit.
Air in bag is regulated by valves on the weighted belt.

TALKING H O R S, E SENSE..-Two heads with but a
single thought-horses-are these, belonging to Alfred Gwypine
Vanderbilt (right) and Harry Parr, busy with breed books at
sale of 44 C. V. Whitney and Vanderbilt horses near Glyndon,Mld.

PAUSE FOR A CAUSE-One of the theater's most
popular actresses, Helen Hayes, called a halt in her busy days
long enough to examine the 1940 Christmas seal and poster with
Ezra Stone, actor who heads theater division of seal sales.

R O M A N C E--War called,
and Doris Miller, 17, a "peach"
from Atlanta, Ga., answered,
but indirectly. She followed her
sweetheart, A. M. Hargarett to
Canada, where he's enlisted in
the air force. They were mar-
ried in Toronto recently.

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