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World War: ARTIC REGIONS: Invasion

ARCTIC REGIONS This week the British War Office announced that a combined force of British, Canadians and Free Norwegians had invaded the Norwegian archipelago...

Arts: Two Groups

There are certain U. S. artists who concentrate on painting the wild places of the earth—deserts, jungles, arctic waste. Last week two groups of such painters...

AERONAUTICS: Nothing to Wear

Throughout their entire flight, the U. S. world flyers have never had any clothes except those they stood in. With the enormous gasoline loads their ships...

Science: Under-lce Mountains

The Soviet Arctic Research Institute reported last week that it had mapped the bottom of the frozen Arctic Ocean. Main feature: a mountain range up to 10,000...

The Press: Modesty At All Degrees

Modesty of All Degrees The Times-Picayune (New Orleans) printed: " Dr. Donald B. MacMillan, one of the most famous of explorers, and Peary's lieutenant in the...

Skin Care's Cold Snap

When Lev Glazman, CEO of Boston-based Fresh cosmetics, was growing up in Russia, sea buckthorn berry oil was a popular home remedy his mother applied to scrapes...

AERONAUTICS: Polar Flight

When the Shenandoah broke loose some months ago from its mooring mast at Lakehurst, N. J, and avoided destruction by supreme skill, cautious Mr. Coolidge...

Foreign News: Nobile Bussed

Frenzied cheering and moist tempestuous kisses greeted Polar Pilgrim-General Umberto Nobile & Party, last week, upon their return to Rome. Correspondent Edward...

Canada: EXTERNAL AFFAIRS: Storm Lookout

In the vast wastes above the Arctic Circle, where much of the world's weather is generated, Canada has only two weather stations equipped for long-range...

AERONAUTICS: Post-Postponed

Again Captain Roald Amundsen, Norse North Pole habitué, was given pause on his way to the Earth's upper end. This time the impediment was an invoice from his...

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