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AMERICAN WINGS OVER MANILA - R.O.T.C. cadets from the University of the Philippines mareh
through Manila to the accompaniment of American wa r planes overhead, as these and soldiers from the regular,
army helped the Philippine Commonwealth celebrate th e sixth anniversary of its birth. Since late July all land
and air forces of the Islands have been grouped under th e command of Genr. Douglas MacArthur, former chief of
staff of the U.S. Army.
H E R E' S A T A L L S T OR Y-Cliff Thompson, whose 460
pounds are distributed over 8'7" of height, lends a hand in the
kitchen of Chicago apartment; his wife is 5'8". A salesman, Thomp-
son travels in a special auto.
\T R I N I D A D B U I L D - U P-on land so recently thick virgin forest in central Trinidad, living
quarters for American civilians building a U.S. army base at Fort Read take shape in record time.
Fort Read, which will soon be ready for full occupation by U.S. troops, is one of five sites in Trinidad
selected for bases, as part of Uncle Sam's plan for better western hemispheric defense.
HE A P B I C I N D I A N S--Train problems that have noth-
ing to do with spring training occupy Lou Boudreau, 24, new man-
ager of the Cleveland Indians, seen in his Champaign, Ill., home
with Mrs. Boudreau and their daughter, Barbara Arlene. 2.
H A R B O R I N B R A Z I L-Serene is the harbor at Recife, port oh the hump of the Brazilian
Atlantic ocean coastline nearest Africa. Small boats reach quiet waters through swinging bridge (rear).
Note the large ocean ship in the background at right.
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