Foreign News: Jumping Jacks

One of the two greatest warships in the world is H. M. S. Nelson* which upped anchor in Portsmouth harbor last week and steamed out to sea at ebb tide. Just at the harbor mouth the 33,500-ton island of grey steel nosed into a bank of soft mud and stuck. On board was the new com mander of Britain's Home Fleet, Vice-Admiral Sir William Henry Dudley ("Ginger") Boyle, K. C. B. Along the deck went he to the control tower, to confer with the Commanding Officer Captain Patrick Macnamara, well known in Washington last year...

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