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NEAR A BABE'S MANGER, BAYONETS are now to be seems--in. Bethle he n. This debris-littered street with its bombed cafe (at left) shows the
war-d a w.. ned city h) which Christ. was born. The Church of Nativity is back of soldier at left.
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BEAST HAS THlE BEST OF IT In the workshop of Sculptor, de Betzenbroeck (left), who's prepaing .
giant polar bear for' 1939 Liege, :Belgium, expositlion. It's about 15 feet high.
THATCHED ROOFS of England had. nothing on the thatch of this
rugby player 'who felt his way through a drink after tradtionlI bale.
game at Eton where two teams battled to a goalless score, This was the
25th year without a goal.
TO F. D). R. this glazed brick on
which W. G. Fraser (above), a Lon-.
don artist, painted the famous bust
of Princess Nefertete is to be sent
as a present, for his home.
TCAT -AP' FORE-KiTtY LEACMU.ER? Other baseball players at the
recentcb. seball meeting in New Orleans agreed that it must be, since
the sl .ep r is H. I. Buck of the Kentucky -Tenessee Kitty League, He's
francI+ on~, Iy.
TWO DAYS OF GRACE asked Secretary of Interior Harold Ickes
(shown leaving White House) when newspaper men questioned whether
he'd enter the Chieago mayoralty race.
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