The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, November 06, 1941, Image 7

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‘Hornets" for Uncle Sain—and Hornet's Nest
A view of the U.S.S. Hornet, the navy's newest aircraft carrier, is shown at left. The Hornet displaces
20,000 tons and has a speed in excess of 30 knots. Right: In the biggest single delivery of military planes In
aviation history, 123 Vnltee Valiants, basic training planes, roared over Los Angeles en ronte to army and
navy training stations. Some of them are shown, Just before the takeoff at Downey, Calif.
Scenes From Russo-German Front
j The Nazis occupy a captured Russian trench (left). One of the soldiers is taking a nap on the cold ground
of the bottom of the trench. The “gooiness” of the Russian terrain has had a delaying effect even on the
German war machine. From Berlin comes this picture (right) showing the Nazi’s own tanks with wheels en
meshed in huge gobs of mud.
Night Attack in Mediterranean
This photograph, one of the iqost striking of its kind ever taken, shows
a battleship of the British Mediterranean fleet in action as an Axis air
attack is repelled. Tremendous flashes from anti-aircraft guns firing
simultaneously to port and starboard outline the superstructure of the
battleship in lurid flame.
At National Youth Day Rally
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Pictured here, left to right, are U. S. Sen. Joseph H. Ball, of Minne
sota, Brig. Gen. Lewis B. Hershey, Paul V. McNutt, federal security
^ministrator, and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. as they attended the National
Youth Day rally in New York. They were the principal speakers at
the rally.
First Ladies
Mrs. Ruth Licklider, who became
“Mrs. America” at a Palisades
j Park, N. J., beauty contest, is pic
tured as she was received by Mrs.
Franklin D. Roosevelt at the White
House. Mrs. Licklider is a red
haired Powers model.
! Bulldog Oueen
Champion English bulldog, Cefam
abley Queen, reads up on her an
cestry before showing at the thirty
first annual dog show, to be held In
Chicago November 29-30.
Wlmfc Twrntv I)te«l
A Chicago-bound air liner, flying low In a heavy fog near St.
Thomas, Ont., crashed and burst Into flames, killing SO persons. It was
the second crash on a major airline within 34 hours and brought the
day’s death trial to 34. This soundphoto shows wreckage of the huge
American Airlines Douglas ship which started its flight in New York. The
rreckage is still smouldering in spots.
Discuss Air Associates’ Strike
President Roosevelt directed the war department to take over the
C.I.O. struck plant of Air Associates. Inc., Bcndix. N. J. Photo shows Col.
R. M. Jones, left, and Maj. Peter Beasley, center, discussing reinstate
ment of strikers with Anthony Grimaldi, C.I.O. organiser at the plant.
Mil—but Luck)
IJ. 8. minister to Iceland, Mac
Vcagh (arrow), inspects damage
done to V. 8. destroyer Kearny,
which fared better than destroyer
Reuben James sunk while on con
voy duty west of Iceland the day
above picture was released.
Bomber Saboteur?
William Etiel, 22. paint foreman
at the Glenn L. Martin airplane
plant. Middle River, Md,, who was
arrested by FBI agents, charged
with acts of sabotage to bombers.
Closed Coal Mines Four Days
Pictured above is John L. Lewis as he appeared at a press con
ference before a truce brought an end to a strike of 53,000 miners in the
nation’s “captive” coal mines. When the picture was taken Lewis de
clared he was telling President Roosevelt “no” in response to a White
House request for a settlement of the dispute. But after a conference
between the President, Lewis, Myron Taylor, former head of V. 8. Steel,
and William Davis of the National Mediation board, the miners went back
to work under terms of a 15-day truce which called for further mediation
of the issues involved.
Harriman Reports to F.D.R.
w. Averill Harrlman, upon bis return from Moscow, where he had
been heading the U. 8. mission to Moscow, called at the White House to
have a further conference with the President. Photo shows him as he
was talking with members of the press in the reception room in the
executive offices of the White House.
Growing Fast
Unusual view of the bow of the
battleship Indiana, which is rapid
ly taking shape at Newport News,
Va. Construction work on the deck
of this 35,000-ton ocean giant is well
forward, and she is scheduled to
slide down the ways In December.
Lehigh’s Skipper
Capt. Vincent P. Arkins, com
mander of the torpedoed U. S.
freighter Lehigh, who gave an ac
count of sinking upon his arrival at
Freetown, Sooth Africa.
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