People: People, Apr. 13, 1942

Prince Louis Ferdinand, 33-year-old grandson of the late Kaiser Wilhelm II and onetime mechanic in the Ford plant at Detroit, now an officer in the German air corps, was reported a prisoner of war in Canada.

Charles Augustus Lindbergh turned up at his new job at Ford's Willow Run plant, wearing "Victory model" trousers (sans cuffs), posed with his boss for photographers.

Out of the Atlanta pen went the late Huey Long's onetime social tutor and short-time political heir, bald Seymour Weiss, paroled after serving about half of his 30-month sentence for mail fraud.


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