Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1948 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

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Thursday, December 9, 1948
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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1948 The Associated Press News In Pictures .T- OWBOY5 IN ROME — Performers with a' rodeo visitinr Rome ride across a bridge in -,~ the. Italian capital. The Castle St. Angelo is in backsround. Left to right: O. D. Miller of Sawfa, •;•;•,;• Fla.; Curley Denman of Deminp, N. M., and Joe P. Evans of Bainville, Mont. ^&^S«W: : ->^%» Kg%s*:;V5s::'«;VSi 5^u;:s:>w«., ; ii'» : .';; : -;;.^.:>v^ •*«« >«rsa!.«i^ spiiitt . ." - j^ "fW""ifc • — *• '^.f^^^'A.^.•i--^,A™v^•^^A.;^..v^-^^«il:^^: T vv/,lK^'^Ul^»A^W;v^i^~^K^i -,,., WORRIED LOO K_Phyllis Jean Pavao, 3, seems worried as she minds 5-wcek-oId twin brothers, William and Willard, at San Francisco before leaving on clipper plane for Honolulu with parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Pavao of Petcrsbursr, Alaska. FIRST *•*»- /''-i . *{^ *>,£it*iU^~-~*&J I S R A E L C E N S US — A bearded, orthodox Jew. wounded fa the Nerev fijhttaf; a paper in Tel Aviv civinr his age and other''details for the first Israel census. , S'C H 0 0 L .D A Y-S — .Lou Boudreau. "Cleveland Indians' manager, sits in seat he occupied as'a first '"jrade pupil at Whittier Elementary School at Harvey, III., and chats with his former teachers. They are (left to rlyht): Miss Flora-Way, his first rrade teacher; Mrs. Frances Mullally, -his Jrd trade teacher, and Miss. Dorothy Eherly, bis 8th trade teacher. "M T R T S . 'ROOSEVELT IN PARIS — Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt (left) Restores as she talks with Guy Perex Cisneros, Cuban delegate, at session of the.United Nations Social Committee in Paris. At ritht she adjusts her classes durine meetinj: of the committee. NEW SUIT-VivecaLind- fors of the movies wears .». brown, long--sleeved cocktail suit i trimmed with black braid. L A N D M A R K R E P A I R E D—Repairs are almost com' pleted on the Murphy Windmill, 43-year-old landmark In' Golden Gate Park, San Francisco. Mill will be painted later. ARTCOLLECTOR — Avery Brondase. II. S; Olympic Committee chairman and collector of Chinese art, stands at Chi' caro beside a Chinese vessel known as a Kuan?. Decorated with ,fls~ures of animals, it is believed to have been used to serve wine. GOVERNOR _. Chester Bowles.'fonner O.P.A. Admin- Jstrator, is the'new Democratic . governor-elect of Connecticut iTER AND FAMILY — Spanner (left)," the papa, and Spotty (right), the mama, pose with their 8 Dalmatian offspring in firehouse of Engine Company 228, Brooklyn, N. Y.. Spanner, is the company mascot. Spotty is owned by Anthony Camerano of Brooklyn. IT'S DINNERTI-ME- T la. younr oranjutan from Borneo, is ready for a holiday feast at Chic»ro TOO. A T T H E T R A C K"_ Gall Russell and Dennis p'Keefe watch Panl E. McPherson of Goshen. N. Y, work 'out Vlsalii- Abbe at a Bollywood-.track. Gail md Dennis will-play .in picture for which H. i, worx v authority on harness racing.will be technical• adviser: BACKING UP AIR LIE T-_ Wheels for 4-cngined York freighters are brought to a Dakota plane by K.A.F. crewmen at - Honinjton, England, for dawn take-off to Germany. Known as "Operation Plumber," G Dakotas ferry unserviceable plane parts from liases in Germany and return with'replacements for-the giant transports employed in the air lift to blockaded Berlin. LEADER _ Dr. prances Scott .of Northampton, --Mass., president of National Federation, of -'Business and Professional Women and a physician for 31 years, pose* durinr N. Y. visit

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