National Affairs: Shadows

War shadows spread across the Atlantic last week faster than the Clipper plane that brought home Cinemastars Tyrone Power and his wife,Annabella. At Binghamton, N. Y., Dr. Ernst Schwarz, German-born president of Agfa Ansco Corp. (cameras, film), got his U. S. citizenship papers and quickly told the newspapers about it.

On the Virginia hill that slopes into the Potomac, twice as many Americans as usual walked, hushed and hatless, to stand in sombre silence by the white marble Unknown Soldier's Tomb. In Sudbury, Mass., leathery old Henry Ford, who once called history "bunk" and...

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