The Press: Grave Scoop

Two precocious young newspapermen are the sons of Britain's Princess Royal, Viscount George Henry Hubert Lascelles, 16, and the Honorable Gerald David Lascelles, 15. Since 1936 these young men have edited and distributed to their subscribers (now 200 at 55. a year) an illustrated monthly called The Harewood News. Heretofore Harewood News has been read chiefly for its illuminating racing tips, supposedly written by the publishers' father, Lord Harewood. But last week Viscount Lascelles and the Honorable Gerald Lascelles made banner headlines in London's newspapers.

Not long ago the Lascelles boys, with a group of fellow Etonians, inspected some antiaircraft guns at...

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