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May 16, 1941 - Image 8

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T E N 0 I t0F H I S W A Y S-Three non-operatic fishermen
join with Frederick Jagel (white cap), Metropolitan opera tenor,
to celebrate musically his designation as captain of a Grand Banks
fishing schooner, Mary, by the N.Y. Fishery councilx

P 0 L I T E N E S S P A Y S-That eloquent "please" along with
this contraption made of some gloved waterpipe and the effigy of
a man persuaded -Clarence Duet (above) not to park in this space
-used for freight loading-near a New Orleans store.

SCOUTS DID THEIR GOOD D E ED S-Young "Cubs," too young for such risky deeds
of valor, admire the ,decorations newly received by these Boy Scouts from the Bermondsey section of
England-awards given for devotion to duty during enemy air attacks. Sir John Shea, scout com.
missioner for London, presented the medals. At the left is Scoutmaster Ernest Burgess.

S W I S S H O N E Y M 0.0 N-Dr. Hialmar Schacht, 65, Ger-
man financial expert, and his Hungarian-born bride, the former
Manzika Vogler, 34, spent their honeymoon in'Montreux, Switzer-
land, Dr. Schacht's first wife died in May, 1940, after a long illness.

C H A N C E C F j 0 B S-Elie Lescot (left), who has been Hai-
tian minister to U.S., will take office soon as president. of Haiti,
and has been conferring in Washington Wvth officials. He's talking
to Harold D. Finley of U.S. state department.

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TO ! L-Not only does Walter
W. Head of St. Louis direct a
large life insurance company'but
he also heads the Boy Scouts of
America as president, a rank he
has held for 15 years. His work-
ing schedule is 14 hours daily,
six days a week.

B O Y S M A K IN G G OOD-Lester McCrabb, A's pitcher
who left Toe DiMaggio hitless for first time in 27 games, when
Athletics beat Yanks 6-5, whispers his success secret to Cecil
Travis, the Senators shortstop who has been batting .577.

L A S S E S I N L A C E-Sure cure for late-winter fashion dol-
drums are these lace outfits. On the left: a daytime two-piece in
beige spun rayon lace. Right: a black strapless bouffant lace eve-
ning dress with net ruching around hem and neckline.

ON 'HOME LEAVE '-He's "back for the usual two
months' leave of absence," says Jefferson Patterson, on arriving
in N. Y. with Mrs. Patterson aboard the Dixie Clipper. He's been
first s cretary of the U. %S. embassy in Berlin.

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