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August 21, 1941 - Image 4

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Pictorial

News

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S U P P O R T-That Hawaii's
155,000 residents of Japanese ex-
traction are loyal to the United
States rather than to Japan is
the belief. of Sanje Abe, now
visiting on west coast. He's
Haw.aii's first territorial senator
of Japanese ancestry.

W O M A N O F F E W W O R D S-A year-old newcomer, Alasdair Adam, grants an interview
upon N. Y. arrival with mother by plane from Portugal. They'd left because of food conditions.

H E A D A C H E F 0 R M A R I N E R S-A fishing boat makes its way through a harbor entrance
believed the world's narrowest-22 feet wide, winding, and only nine feet deep-and leading from
Pacific ocean to Depoe Bay, Ore. Only sports boats, fishing craft and trawlers can squeeze through.
Overhead is the four-lane highway bridge of Oregon Coast highway. U.S. 101.

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S 0 C 0 D I T H U R T S-Cletus "Boots" Poffenberger
himaself is authority for the statement that he's no !onger base-
ball's Bad Boy. He has reformed, says he, assuming his audience-
heckling stance. He pitches for Buford, Ga., team.

PERSON N E L-As the na-
tion's No. 1 placement manager
In charge of the careers of a mil
lion young men newly arrived
for army training, Lieut. Col.
Willard S. Paul supervises the
system whereby the right man
gets the right job in army.

J U S T A L I T T L E L O W E R.Since this croaker-the day's
catch for James Nutter of New Orleans-is much too small to eat,
Tiger, the dV, figures he might have some use for it. Jimmy is
worrying already about school days ahead.

W OR K I N C C I R L S-Anita Ehms and Carol Lynne (right)
wear costumes designed in the N.Y.A. workshop, Chicago, to coin-
bine chic with utility for working girls' garb. Left: a welder's uni'
form; right, woodworker's. Both are of cotton.

F I N E A S S I L K-A handful of silk threads that he raised
and spun himself are reward for Bill Jarrell, who's experimenting
with silk culture at the state prison farm in Atmore, Ala. He
hatches sllkwgrm eggs in home-made incubator.

TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE-It's done with a
mirror-this double view of the theater's Beautiful Boy, Victor
Mature, who rose from caveman film roles to rank as a matinee
idol through his appearance in a Broadway smash hit.

S E C-Newest appointee to the
Securities and Exchange Com-
mission is Edmund Burke of
New York City (above), former
director of the reorganization
division of the commission.

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