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"TO SPwAK 'THE Ho©*nST”o\A^As
; CHAMBER of COM ME fees
Capt. Henry Pug-net, chosen 'as
skipper of new liner Normandie,
wrorW'H ia'-gest. already has taken
fcfc'.rft® c;'h r. He’s shown familiar*
t- uinp himself with the ship.
(Central Press)
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Notables Used as ■ Supreme Court Sculpture
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( lose examination of pediment oi : new United States Supreme Court
l Building >n Washington shows Robert Aiken, the sculptor, used living
JW.tftblea. i nc] tiding himself, aa models. Closeups show figures repre
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~ When Anna Held, trench Singer,
I Staged Famous Milk Bath Stunt
Three poses ot Anna Held
THE ANNALS of the staOo list
Anna Held as one of tiie areat ce
lebrities of all time. A native of
Paris, Anna started her career
back of the footlights as a member
of the chorus of a London theater.
Becoming a singer, Anna attracted
the attention of American theater
producers by her rendition of the
song, “Won’t You Come and Pla>
With Me?” One of the producers
who heard her sing the song vrth
her marked French accent was
Florenz Ziegfeld. who married the
little French singer a year after she
Starts European Coniiict
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Dr. Ante Pavelich (right), exiled chieftain of the Yugoslavian terrorit
organization held responsible for the assassination of King Alexandc
in France, is now blamed for setting Yugoslav troops marching a gains
Hungary. Yugoslav government accuses llungarv of harboring and ait
ing Pavelich and other ulotters. Paveiich fled to Italy, which refuse
■xtvadition requests of France. Photo? at left show Szeged. Hungar.,
where Yugoslav ;orees concentrated, ado latter on the inatv-lt.
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renting (left) ioviyiav q _
the architect of th P r k? 6 -?^ tary of £tate E!ihu Koot and Cass Gilbert
Hughes and scuiotor ail? 1 dlnß ' and (Tight) Chief Justice Charles E
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I arrived in the United States. Anna,
I a star of Broadway for many years,
j was given wide publicity for lies
famous milk bath stunt. Hevela-
Lon that Anna was taking milk
baths came to light when a milk
company sued Ziegfeld tor failing
to pay for 50 cans of milk delivered
to a New York hotel where he and
Anna lived Although it was dis
closed later that it all had been a
publicity venture, milk bath beauty
treatments spread in popularity
throughout (his country and in
t other oazts of the world
Cabinet Welcomes President Back on fob
Wearing a Texas sombrero, Vice-president Garner heads official party welcoming President an y
Koosevelt on their return to Washington from Warm Springs, Ga. Others in group are Secretary x
culture Wallace, Secretary of the Treasury Morgenth.au and Secretary of State Hull.
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H LLi'ING to .sot the pace for
ih<- steady march ot' aviation in re
cant years was the first around the
'vorid flip-lit over attempted. This
flight, accomplished by l , s. armv
'vers, started at Santa .Monica, (‘al .
• torch H ; , ihiM. it terminated 1
at Seattle, Wash., after |
"s .aid negotiated {7.353 i.
When Geneml Tom Thumb and His Midget Bride
We'j c Ahn'i :ai in B nil unit Society Ceremony.
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NO SOCIAL event of the earlv
sixties attracted more attention and I
was more brilliant than the big
wedding of two of the smallest peo
ple m the world in IMI3. The bride
nnd bridegroom in this weddin
spectacle were Lavina Warren and
General Com Thumb, midsets of
barn uni’s museum. The general
and Lavina were married in Grace
church, in New York City, on Feb. j
Route of ’round-the-world flight
mile* in an actual flying time of
15 days, tl hours and 7 minutes.
Four planes, each carrying a pdot
and a mechanic, composed the
starting squadron, but only two
planes finished the flight. The
; commander of the flight. Major
I 1 roderi-.-k 1,. Martin, crashed his
i. plane in Alaska, and the plane !
i TO. and the ceremony was attended
by some of the most prominent so
v et\ ligutes of the day. A news
paper clipping of that day tells
thai “before the hour of high noon
the entire neighborhood of Grace
vhurch was thronged by expectant
•and smiling crowds. , .The graceful
,orm Qf the bride was displaced to
• Peculiar advantage in her robe of
UjXl'j satjn... Among _ the bridal _
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piloted by Lieut. Leigh MVl*
dropped into the ocean between
Greenland and Labrador. The planes
piloted bv Lieut. Lowell Smith and
Lieut. Eric Nelson were the only
ones to finish. Other i .embers were
Lieut. Henry Ogdei, sergf Alva
Harvey. Lieut. Jack liar. ln - T
- Luut. Leslie Arnold
Mrs. Tom Thumb
gifts presented to the happy paiq
were a coral and gold set brooch,
earrings and studs of the finest
workmanship, presented by Mr*.
Cornelius Vanderbilt; a silver mini
iature tea set, by Mrs. James Go r*
don Bennett..." ft is said that.
I another midget. Commodore Nutt,
wanted to marry Lavina, nut Tom'*
attentions to her were finally

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