Miscellany, Jun. 26, 1933

"TIME brings all things."


In Red Oak, Iowa, Bannery Shay Jr., protected by netting over his head and long gloves, set out to shoo a swarm of bees from a tree. A limb of the tree broke, carried the swarm to the ground. The queen bee, followed by others, crept up Shay's trouser-leg. He yanked the top of his trousers away from his middle, stood stock-still. The bees saw daylight, crawled out, buzzed away without stinging Bannery Shay Jr.


In Los Angeles, Irwin Meyer took three girls for a ride in his automobile. Resentful...

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