Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 17, 1948 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 17, 1948
Page 16
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SIXTEEN KVEN1NO TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml)., FttllMY. DKCKMOKR 17, .19'I8- Phono -IfiOn for :i WANT 'AD Tnkcr e Asso ress News In Pictures NICE FISH, SON!_ Gov. Earl Warren (right), of California, the Republican '.vice-preil. dentlal candidate, looks at 31Mi-Pound albacorc held by his son'Earl, Jr., who caught the fish 1 off the ~\southcrn California coast._The gpvcrnor_iallcd..to_land_ouc./" .CAUGHT IN MID-AIR_! Lynnc. 21. New '•fork theatre-Ice skater, executes one of her graceful ballet leaps ^ L a as the camera's jtrobojcoplc lljbt.freezes her in mid-air.• REBUILDING ABBEY — Reconstruction .is progressing on (he monastery atop Monte Cassino in Italy.* The abbey was ruined by; a final bombing March 13, 1944, before its cap.ture from Germans by Polish and British troops. Top:'The abbey as it appears from the rear today. Bottom: A F.OUNDLING.F A. W N-Frances Carkaek of the Colo. rado'jrame and- fish ,department fondles 'a fa-KTi found .in mouo-' tains west of Denver by a motorist who said-the'babydeer wit near aiichway and in danger of^belnj ~ REPAYING PARIS STREET — Workmen resurface the Champs Elysces, Paris' main :,C R APES —Jenny. McAferty —holds;crapes*crown near ' Las •• Vegas\Xev.,*ioni! land < irrigated^ > ,frpmlartcsiani.wells.*« ' UNDER WRAPS — Officers at the Davis-Monthan Air Base at Tucson, Ariz., check humidity and temperature gauges located behind the glass port on the engine of a. B-2D superfortress "cocooncd" for preservation. Left to right: Col. N. R, Laughinghouse, in charge of storage areas at the base, Lt. William C. <£Anderson, Capt-^GeorgeE..Scott.and.Capt..Percy_H..Kramer.> .GOAT FANCIER — Carl Sandburg, the noted writer, [poses with his national champion goat milk producer, Alison, onj VJiis farm,near.HendcrsonvilIe,,N.C.,Her.kltU.brlnf ?100 each.. B I G - SCALE HARVEST — A line of combines moves across Tom Campbell's 22,500-acr» wheat 'farm at Hardin, Mont., where.Sl'.machines.and. 155 men..bave,bcen-,workinz < dayx 1 *nd A nltlit,] OBEYS MASTER'S VOICE — Jim Walker of Portland, Ore., launches his radio-controlled, gasoline-powered model plane during demonstration at Detroit. A football helmet holds equip, mcnt which enables Walker to maneuver plane in air by talking to V A C T R E S S — Valerie Hobson, British stage and. screen- actress, wears a gold clip to keep her scarf in place as she watches the International Air Races_ at Kent, England-. PROSPECTING F OR 0 I I Scientists arc working from vessels off Santa Barbara, Calif., for .three Oil companies is assay the geologic structure of the Pacific Ocean bottom in a search for petroleum. Left: A powerful explosive'is touchcd-off H feet beneath the surface, starting an artificial earthquake of shock waves which give clues to the contours of the sea floor. Cctitcr: Michael McGillycuddy sits before an electronic machine which records the bliock natlern. Right: Bill Booth, veteran oil sleuth,.! heads crew.

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