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January 17, 1939 - Image 6

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Censors iip trouble in Richmond,
Va., cut s;rt the run of "Ecstasy"
starring >3edy Lamarr (above),
now in If lywood. Film drew 12,-
000 per before it was with-

Limb or life decision faced the father of Dorothy Lewis, 8, of New
York, who plays with her doll unaware of pending fate. Physicians told
the father that Dorothy, afflicted with cancer of the thigh, had slan
chance of living without an operation. Surgery offers her a 1-10 chance,
medical n~en said; the father hopes girl can survive without amputation.

Loretta Young of the films, when
questioned by government investi-
gators, denied she was engaged to
William P. Buckner, Jr., New York
promoter, but said she thought he
is a "lovely boy." Buckner is ac-
cused of mail fraud in connection
with the sale of Philippine railroad
bonds. Asked if she planned to
marry Buckner, Miss Young. re-
plied: "It's a questioA for him to

"Stopped" by a camera, an English plane is shown at the split second before it separated from catapult
launching gear on H.M.S. Argus during trials off Portsmouth. The ship being launched is not one of the navy's
pilotless "queen-bee" planes to be carried regularly by the Argus, which was converted into a "control" vessel
at a cost. of £500,040.f"

His desire to serve England in some way has long been the dream of
the Duke of Windsor, shown above with his duchess in their study at
Cannes, France. Their friends speculate on the outcome of Windsor's
planned vihit to his homeland, reportedly scheduled for sometime in


Heir to a fortune that 5 and 10-
cent stores helped build up for:his
mother, Countess Haugwitz-Rev-
entlow (the former Barbara Hut-
ton), young Lance was taken to
St. Moritz, Switzerland for a winter
holiday. He was born Feb. 24, 1936.

With the, courage of her convictions, wealthy Mrs. Harry Bijur marches with pickets in front of the
fashionable New York building where she occupies a nine-room apartment. She denies any "red" leanings,
says she'll help the men until they're put back to work. The signs carried by the pickets refer to the New York
state banking department *hich operates the building. "It's a matter of justice," Mrs. Bijur tells her friends.
She and her husband have spent over $3,000 feeding the 20 striking employes since the men were called out
two months ago.

Louis Greenfield, 42-'year-old
New York milliner, is shown after,
police said, he calmly admitted ad-
ministering chloroform to his 17-
year-old imbecile son because "he's
better off dead." Greenfield was
charged with homicide.

Peace talks uend Chinese-
Ji 'arese war have been advocated
by Gen. Wang Ching-Wei (above),
who has been a member of Gen-
eralissimo Chiang's supreme war

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