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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1941)
^ That ‘Goldfish’ Bowl Again
Staff Sergeant Robert W. Shackleton of New York, who was drafted
last fall and has already earned his sergeant’s stripes, picks the first
capsule, No. 196, in the second peacetime national lottery at Washington,
D. C. Lieut. Col. R. Morris, who also officiated at 1917 lottery, is at right.
Spanish ‘Crusade’ Against Reds?
With banners and bands, enthusiasm is whipped up in Spain for cru
sade against the Reds—this was part of the Nazi campaign for a Spanish
legion to light against Russia on the eastern front. A drive which ended
in “fiasco,” according to London. Spaniards, says London, have had
End of a Record
Joe DiMaggio’s batting streak of
hitting safely in 56 consecutive
games was ended as he banged out
the blow shown above. Next game
he failed to get a hit and his record
stands for the baseball world to shoot
Harry Bridges (arrow), West
coast maritime union leader, is
shown as he warned of “a big
strike” since be is not satisfied witb
Strategic Outposts for U. S. Defense
Placing U. S. troops in Iceland in occnpation or strategic Atlantic
outposts were taken ‘‘in order to forestall any pincers movement under
taken by Germany against the Western hemisphere,” according to a
statement by President Roosevelt. Above map indicates how this works.
(1) Iceland occupation nullifies any Nasi threat from the north and
occupation of Trinidad, and British Guiana (2 and 3) take care of the
southern jaw of the pincer hinged on Vichy-French Dakar in Africa.
8ome sources contend taking over of Asores and Cape Verde Islands
(shown in large type) would further greatly strengthen hemisphere defense.
‘Good Neighbors’—Junior Style
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Bobby Gallagher (left) G. S. "Boy-Ambassador” to Brazil and Ro
berto Andrade (right), Brazil’s "Boy-Ambassador” who recently vis
ited the U. S., are shown being greeted by crowds upon their arrival in
Rio De Janeiro. This is the junior part of the Inter-American "Good
For 21 years Lewis E. Lawes was
boss of Sing Sing and now he is
leaving to be a writer and lecturer.
He is shown taking a last look at
his old domain, where as warden he
became internationally famous as
penologist. In background are build
ings of the well-known prison.
New Air Chief
This is Brig. Gen. Carl Spaatz,
newly appointed chief of army air
force, now operating as an independ
ent division within the department
Navy Recruits Get Thorough Training
America’s “first line of defense," the navy, takes very seriously to the business of training its men. In
the above photo at right naval recruits at Great Lakes Naval Training station practice landing charge with
fixed bayonets. At left, simulating conditions on the superstructure of a battleship, these advance course
signal corps members go through paces clinging to a steel tower at the training station.
Look Again ... You May Be Seeing Double
You'd better give this picture the twice over. It shows a few of the many twins which gathered in Chi
cago for the International Twin convention. Twins of all ages, from all sections of the country, were in
New Type Military X-Ray Unit
Latest type of field military X-ray unit is demonstrated in New York
before being shipped to Free French forces in West Africa. It provides
j for speedy X-ray diagnosis close to scene of battle. Operating on a
j self-sustaining basis the trailer unit provides its own power.
Carrying Air War to Germans
Ground-crew men of the British R.A.F. are shown loading some of
their new snper-bombs into the racks of a giant long-range bomber be
fore the take-off for a raid on German-held territory on the continent.
While the Nazis busied themselves with Russia in the East, Britain
claimed air supremacy in the West.
A British tar is shown atop the
flagpole which flies the ensign of the
royal navy and the Stars and Stripes
over the Townsend, Mass., CCC
camp, where 200 British sailors are
Fabulous riches of the ancient In
cas is the magnet drawing noted
Arctic Explorer Lincoln Ellsworth
southward. He and wife are showy
leaving for Pern expedition.
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1. Who began a famous oration
with the exclamations: “What a
time! What a civilization!”?
2. On what continent is Suri
nam, which is often called Dutch
3. What part of a sailboat is
known as the sheet?
4. What are the names of the
5. Cosmogony is a theory of
6. How many American states
border on Texas?
7. A paravane is most likely to
be found where?
8. Of the 67 waterfalls that are
higher than Niagara, how many
are in North America?
1. Cicero ("O, temporal O,
2. South America.
3. A rope which holds a sail in
a certain position.
4. Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos.
5. The origin of the universe.
6. Four—New Mexico, Arkan
sas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
7. On a warship. It is a de
vice against mines. An explosive
paravane is used against subs.
8. Twenty-three are located in
North America, 10 in South Amer
ica, 23 in Europe, six in Africa,
three in Asia and two in New Zea
Being a good listener is essen
tial to conversation. Some people
turn conversation into a debate.
While the other person is talking,
the debater is not listening, but
thinking up something in support
of his own opinion. When such a
conversation is over, he is more
thoroughly convinced that he him
self is right.
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Feeling the Burden
He who is of a calm and happy
nature will hardly feel the pres
sure of age, but to him who is of
an opposite disposition youth and
age are equally a burden.—Plato.
When Men Want
Men will not bend their wits to
examine whether things where
with they have been accustomed
be good or evil.—Hooker.
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