People: People, Feb. 3, 1941

Having less need for an extra stop watch since Tommy Harmon stopped running, glib, studious Bill Stern, top NBC sportscaster, turned his over to Socialite-Explorer Charles Suydam Cutting, chairman of the American Committee for Defense of British Homes, who is collecting 5,000 stop watches to send (with binoculars, small arms, steel helmets) to Britain to help ward off invasion.

When Germany issued a special twelve-pfennig stamp advertising Italo-German solidarity (with pictures of Hitler and Mussolini, fasces, swastika and inscription) the British Broadcasting Corp. broadcast: "Now we can lick them both at once."

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