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December 06, 1940 - Image 10

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TRADED TO DODGERS --
Catcher Mickey Owen (above) was
traded by the St. Louis Cardinals
to the Brooklyn Dodgers for Gus
Mancuso, a catcher, and John Pin-
tar, a rookie pitcher, plus cash.

GIANT AIRLINER CRASHES NEAR CHICAGO AIRPORT - Here is a view of the shattered wreckage of a United Air Lines transport plane
which crashed into a vacant lot a block and a half from the municipal air port in Chicago. One wing was partly sheared off and the nose was pushed
back into the fuselage by the force of the crash. Sixteen persons, includin g the crew of three, were aboard the plane, inbound from New York.

FAIR BUILDING ROOF FALLS - Three persons were killed and
five were injured when the roof of the railroad exposition building at
the New York World Fair collapsed while the structure was being de-
molished. Firemen are shown here probing the ruins for victims.

TOM HARMON SPEAKS AT 4-H CLUB BANQUET - Michigan's All-American halfback, Tom Har-
mon, added a fifth 'H' to a banquet of 4-H girls attending their national congress in Chicago. Here he gets a
big 4-H emblem after giving a speech. Left to right, f ront: Frances Iritani, Denver, Colo.; Ruth Cowager,
Ft. Seybert, W. Va.; Harmon; Mary Wiemann, Norwic h, Conn.; rear, Jane Tiffany Wagner, Lucille Barnes, S
outh Bay, Fla.; Marilyn McElhaney, Wellton, Ariz.; Marian Adams, Apache, Okla.

THERE'S A BIG DAY AHEAD--Here is a new photo of Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt who with the Jin. 20 inauguration of her husband,
Franklin, :s President, will start her third term as First Lady of the
Land. Photo was made in New York

TRY IT BOTH WAYS-Not every photo can look as good from the
top as from the bottom, but this one does. It's the Bok singing tower
near Lake Wales, Fla, reflected in the clear water of a lagoon at
Mountain Lake sanctuary.

GOING BUT NOT FORGOTTEN-Where millions once trod, only a few wreckers now rule. This view of
the New York World's Fair being demolished shows dis appearing electric farm (center).

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