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July 02, 1940 - Image 8

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ONE-CARROT FRJEND-"It's all yours, pal," Flash, the dog,
might say as he offers a carrot to Baranca, seven-year-old thorough-
bred owned by R. J. Rossi, San Francisco turfman. Flash is chum and
exercise boy foi the horse at Inglewood, Calif.

ALL IN A DAY'S WORK-Dutifully, Flash exercises his friend,
Baranca, at the Inglewood, Calif., stables owned by R. J. Rossi, of San
Francisco. Rossi trained the dog, a 28-month-old German shepherd,
to lead the horse around stable area.


THEY HOLD THE INDIAN FORT-These three are the stalwarts on whom the Cleveland Indians rely
to keep the club ahea.din the American League. Right! now they're busy watching a fly ball, but (left to
right) Pitcher Al Milnar, Manager Oscar Vitt and Pitcher Bob Feller usually have their eyes on that pen-
nant-race standing. Not long ago Vitt was the target o f a mild insurrection among the players, including

Ohio delegates to the Republican convention caucused just before the big meeting was called to order
and named Gov. John W. Bricker (right) chairman of the delegation. With Bricker are Senator Robert A.
Taft, Presidential candidate whom the Ohio delegation is supporting, and Mrs. Alice Roosevelt Longworth.

-NAVAL-Important cog in
nation's naval defens^ scheme is
Read Admiral Charles A. Blakely
(above, who has recently assumed
command of the eleventh naval
district at San Diego, Calif. Pre-
viously he'd helped.command the
battle force aircraft.

POINT-LESS?-Betty Ross, of
Tucson, Ariz., took her boy friend
literally when he told her to "Go
sit on a cactus," -o there may be
some point to this lofty attitude.

INSIDE DOPE ON CRANKSHAFT-Despite hesitancy of Henry
Ford to build Rolls-Royce plane motors for Britain, workmen at Foie
plant in Detroit speed up plans for mass production, even taking x-rays
of crankshafts (as above) and other machine parts. Ford has repeatedly
said that he will make airplanes on a mass production basis only for
the U. S. defense.

FROM TROUBLED ZONE-Thailand, once called Siam, has sent
Mom Rajawongse Seni Pramoj (left) to U.S. as her new minister. He's
seen at White House with George Summerlin of state department.
Thailand borders French Indo-China.

CAPRICE-From South Amer-
ica's "capiricio," or knitted stock-
ing cap with ear tabs, came inspir-
ation for this hat studded with
jewels and transformed into a tur-
ban by the coiled deep green wool.
Lilly Dache designed it for fall,

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