Auckland Star Newspaper Archives July 23, 1938 Page 1

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Acton Free Press

May 1, 1958, Page 6

Acton, Ontario, CA

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Guaranteed m Sale exceed of Ion supplement to the Auckland Star saturday july it hot new sealanders see this Panama g00 but very Seldom visit this one the three top pictures of the Gaillard Cut Gatun locks and Mir adores locks respectively Are along the passenger Steamer route. The remaining live Are views of the enchanting but Little publicised Republic of Panama. Palm enshrouded. Music swathe beaches face two Tropic oceans. See Story on Page 3. We who have death at our Side All Day Long working next door to eternity. That White substance might be flour hut it in to it is the most dangerous explosive in Lead aside. Fairly pulling at the grim reaper s whiskers is this Arsenal worker hard at one of the worlds most ticklish jobs. He is riveting the Liming head on the end of a 75mm shrapnel Shell already loaded i but she hates mice this girl worker is inserting primers in fuses for big shells one slip could bring death to her and hundreds of others. Americans sinews of War in the Pic tinny Arsenal at Dover new Jersey 1900 men and 300 women risk their lives daily and hourly packing death into steel cylinders. They Are kept Busy in. These threat fill. Days of 1.938so Busy that they cannot find time to worry about the Shadow which hangs Over them. Living dangerously is their Coffee and cakes. Indian file on a sky striking photograph of a Squadron of . Army eagles in unusual line formation during Atlantic coast defence r t f to j y y quote a amp. B v n shipping a cargo of big . Army bomber being loaded with 6001b bombs. This picture also die to of planes in Light was Rajeen during recent manoeuvres held to lest strengths and weaknesses in America s Atlantic coast defences. On left Yankee War eagles Lay their eggs. Sentinels of of these i6in shells Cost 1000 dollars and could spread death and destruction at a Point fifteen Miles from the gun that fired it is Uncle Sam 0r not ;