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: F. D. R. — Churchill Parley at Sea
Group photo made aboard H. M. S. Prince of Wales after the historic
conference between President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill,
at which they formulated the peace aims of the Democratic powers op
posing Germany.sSeated, (L. to R.): President Roosevelt, Prime Minister
Winston Churchill. Standing, (L. to R.): Harry Hopkins, U. S. lease-lend
1 administrator; W. Averill Harriman, the President’s lease-lend repre
sentative in England; Admiral E. J. King, commander of the U. S. At
lantic fleet; General George C. Marshall, U. S. army chief of staff; Gen
eral Dill of the British army, and Admiral Harold R. Stark, chief of naval
operations, V. S. N.
New Pacific Airbase for U. S.
The first picture taken at Johnson Island in the Pacific, site of the
new U. S. air station, commissioned on August 15. Johnson Island is 717
miles southwest of Honolulu, Hawaii. Picture was taken during the con
struction of some buildings on the site of the held.
Strike Stops Warship Building
While work on some $373,000,000 worth of warships and merchantmen
remained at a standstill, these members of the C.I.O. industrial union of
America picketed outside the yards of the Federal Shipbuilding & Dry
Dock company at Kearney, N. J. The strike was called over the failure
of the company and the union to agree in a dispute over the classification
of some 1,500 workers.
New and Old Governors of Puerto Rico
Rexford Guy Tugwell, left, who has been nominated by President
Roosevelt to be governor oi Puerto Rieo, shakes hands with Guy J. Swope,
right, the retiring governor. In the center is Luis Monozmarin, president
of the Puerto Rican senate. The meeting took plgce on the liner S. S.
Ceamo, when Tugwell greeted the newly arrived retiring governor.
Offers Shipyards j
L. H. KorndorfY, president of the
Federal Shipbuilding and Drydock
company, who offered to turn over
to the navy the company's strike
bound plant at Kearney. N. J. He
is shown after having had a con
ference with Secretary of the Navy,
Frank Knox. The company prom
ised complete co-operation to the
Vice Premier Kiichiro Hiranuma,
75, of Japan and key member of the
cabinet, who was struck in the chest
and jaw by pistol bullets fired by a
33-year-old assassin in Tokyo,
Prices Going Up
Leon Henderson, chief of Office of
Price Administration and Civilian
Supply, told congress that there soon
will be a tremendous increase in the
cost of living. He appeared before
the house banking and currency
committee to urge passage of the
price-fixing bill. Photo shows Hen
derson pointing to 10 foot chart show
j ing changes in commodity prices of
present war period.
Air Support Chief
Col. Wm. E. Lynd, appointed chief
of the air support command, former*
ly air officer of general headquar
ters in Ihe war department. There
are now five air support commands.
Where New U. S. Base Is Taking Shape
In the lower left Is a view of part of the construction work on the U. S. base s.te at the British island of Trin
idad, where the government is spending millions to make more secure the approaches to the Panama canal.
Above is shown Major Stafford, commander of the marines at Trinidad, shaking hands with Commander St
George Lindsay of Britain’s royal navy. Right: American ships unloading cargoes of material at Port of Spain
A ‘Mixed’ Artillery Battery in Britain
The present World war is an experimental ground for many things that “were never done before.” Typical
of the never-nevers was the fetish that men and women could not work or fight together in the same regiment.
At an artillery practice camp in England these taboos are ousted. Left, we see men and women of the battery
parading together, and on the right they are receiving gun instruction together. The test is successful.
American Base in Greenland
A scene at the American base in Greenland, showing two patrol ships
tied to an oil tanker, with a coast guard tug beside them. In far background
is a U. S. army transport, while in the foreground can be seen soldiers
aboard the transport from which this was taken. This picture is from
the first shipment of photos of the American forces in Greenland.
For the first time since the World war, fighting photographers are
being trained by the U. S. army. The photographers are taught to crawl
up into the front lines and get pictures of real action. Here one of the front
lines lens lads at Ft. Benning, Ga., leaps a trench, camera in hand. Be
hind him comes bis assistant with film and other equipment.
Roger C. Peace, the new senator
from South Carolina, publisher of
the News-Piedmont, Greenville, S.
C., who was appointed by Governor
Maybank to fill out unexpired term
of late Sen. Alva Lumpkin, who died
after serving less than two weeks
in the senate.
Adviser to Stinison
Maj. Gen. John F. O’Ryan of New
York, veteran commander of the
New York National Guard, who has
been appointed senior adviser to
Henry Stimson, secretary of war.
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