People, Oct. 7, 1940

Roused by the German-Italian-Japanese accord, Jeff Davis, "King of the Hobos," told fellow bindle stiffs in Philadelphia to get off the road and into the Army. "This is no time to be gazing at the scenery."

When a German incendiary bomb marked J. P. K. burned itself harmlessly out beside his Windsor house, U. S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James's Joseph Patrick Kennedy said: "Initials don't count."

Last month H. H. Lady Sylvia, the 56-year-old white Ranee of Sarawak, arriving in Canada, appalled her native Britain by denouncing its child evacuees as...

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