Dr. John L.C. Griffin gives babies a health screening, a preliminary step for movie auditions. From left to right: Mildred Feldman and Iris Joanne Feldman; Mrs. Steve Hopkins and Howard Hopkins; Eleanor Boadt and Stephen R. Boadt; Mrs. Louis Shalitt and Philip Myron Shalitt; Marie M. Grivel and Leon Robert Grivel; Mrs. Dora Milstein and Irving Louis Hayman, her grandson; Dr. Griffin. The babies are seated and standing on a table covered in blankets and all adults stand behind them.
Children in wheel chairs with plaid blankets over their legs are entertained by two actors dressed as penguins and one dressed as Santa Claus during a Christmas show on the lawn of the children's orthopedic hospital.
Because he was denied to make his own restitution by New York authorities Herbert J. Teater has denied himself food since his arrest on August 15th, dropping down from 211 to 165 pounds. He was ordered to be taken to the hospital by jail physician Kirchner and has since then consistently been taking liquids.