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May 12, 1939 - Image 8

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While operators and union representatives attempted in New York to reach a truce ordered by President
Roosevelt to allow soft coal mines to reopen, these idle miners sat on the door steps at Bethel Township, near
Pittsburgh, just waiting.

Louis Greenfield (left), held for the "mercy slaying" of his 16 year
old imbecile son, Jerry, is shown on the witness stand in New York,
being quetsioned by his attorney, Samuel Leibowitz.

While their parents, the King and Queen of England, were on .te
high seas, bound for Canada and the United States, Princesses Elizabeth
(left), and Margaret Rose (next to her) went for a ride, properly
chaperoned, at the London zoo.

Italy takes her turn promoting a world fair, and it's to be ready in 1942 at Rone. Above nodel shows the
fair with a symbolic arch and pavilion for the countries.

Independent Nepal, a tiny state
bordering Tibet in Asia, has sent
Gen. Singha Shumshere Jung Ba-
dahur Rana (above) to London as
her envoy.

With her borders well manned, the Netherlands anxiously wat e4
news developments in Central Europe lest Dutch welfare be endangered.
This is a typical lookout post.

Vicar's daughter, Barbara Gray,
21, rehearses her "Go to Hell" num-
ber for a London cabaret. She says
that her father, vicar in a London
suburb, doesn't mind her appear-
ance in a cabaret, but she adnits
that her name isn't Gray.

George Anthony Carr, 14 months
old, of Warwick, R.I., has a diet that
included pork chops and spaghetti.
He also likes steak for supper.
George, who was picked as the
most perfect boy in a Providence,
R.I., baby show has 12 teeth so far.

When royalty rolls along the wide plains of Canada aboard a train conveying King George and Queen
Elizabeth to Vancouver, their majesties will occupy this homelike sitting roam. A private dining room adjoins it.

A "dead or alive" reward was
posted for Robert Burgunder, Jr.,
(above) at Phoenix, Ariz., son of a
former county attorney at Seattle,
Wash., after the youth was charged
with the slaying of two automo-
bile salesman.

Robert Harold Ickes, foster son of the Secretary of the Interior, and
his bride Marcella Charlotte Levine, 22, of Chicago, are shown in Pitts-
burgh after an elopement to Lisbon, O. Young Ickes works for a ght
company in Pittsburgh.

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