Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 24, 1948 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 24, 1948
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SIX • EVENING 'TIMES, CUMBERLAND, M~D., ..FRTOAY. DECEMBER 2-1. T!)<I8 The Associated Press News In Picttir T A M E^iWO L F DOCS.— L. Saarloo* (Irftt -of Dordrecht, The Netherlands, holds two pups he bred with real wolf blood. One o* Ifee Sftjjrioos toff (rifrhW »Hs,glrfet}y while n. liMle boy plays with -him. The experiment-was-started 20 years ago by mating ^ f«- the.blind and w polic« dors-tn The Netherlands. LOW CUT — Eclcna. Romney, British actress, weans a low cut evening; gown with a wide lace collar at.a 1 reception in London for film folk who look part in a command performance, u PUSHBUTTON HOUSE — Actress Pat Hall shows how wall slides away to reveal book-" i-i-i'--.'—-rn_ radio and record player in pushbutton bouse desisoed^for Holly wood-movta?.'; :•*»*. .^ _ SEARC.HING FOR FOOD — Catlle In the drought country near Kavcnswood, Australia, 'search the parched land for dead leaves and bark for food. No useful rain lixs fallen in nearly half of Queensland State's 070,000 square miles for two years. CHAIRMAN — This is a recent picture of Former President Herbert Hoover, who is chairman of A commission con- sldcrine nrjranir.ation of executive branch of U.S. government. REBUILD INC R E F I N EJT? _ T hi, Is one. of- three riant new oil ttontee laiik* bcimr built tit war-damaged fernery to HwribucK, Qermany. Thlj ftmK-wta>«t(j«ar iyfo onder constrnc- Uon-ii'W ha** f»pacil/..of atonnfl'.JiSOOXXX) NEW GOVERNOR AT H 0 M E _ mis: M*no«: Marin, first, popularly-elcclod governor of Puerto Woo In a»ftrtr->" •' , 500 ycara, sits with his wife at their horn* nejir San• Ju^.>FSit; - been appointed-by :Cig,.D«iiijatBI»,<-..7 JOAN'S FOURT H_Actress Joan Bennett holds youngest daughter. 5-njbnth-oId Shcliey Wansrer. in Hollywood.'Shelley's 4, 20..J J ctan ; s.husband is producer Walter Waoeer. B A K ER_Little Prince Carl Gustsf, 3, of Sweden fashions a cake at Stockholm palace ^ *is<eE,-:Chrislin», watches,'' A R T S C-H O OL IN GERMANY— Sketching- students find an airy classroom in war- damared Dart of commercial ichool ta Haraburs, Germany, where U.S. advertising art is'taujrht. "A" STRAIGHT RIGHT — E.. Corrodi of Switzerland- punches clear a shot from English team during soccer match:at,..- toodon. In line of fire was a Swiss defender <center): and: on««the English forwards (left). TJie English - won, 6-0. - •'.'•"' CLINIC FOR DOLL S—Carol Kadlec watches while "doctors" Emil Prunk (left). 10. and kriC:Zi*inpt4rl' 9. perform major operation on her doll at» New York child center. MUTUAL'A DM IRERS — Arturo Toscanini receives praiscs-of Primo Camera (rijrht).. aflcr conducting symphony Orchestra rehearsal in New York. Camera, formcr^heavywcigbt turned wre$^,..if_ij^j£.^tk^J>SXffi&i ' s » snorts lau.^ yy^ff^^^jP^^^^^ffffjgjj^a^ \^^jf^^^^^^^fl^ff^^^^t^lSS^S^K.&l3s^H^^S!fj^Sij3SiK^ff^m' ™fa_ i „ _ iL A K E M I C H I C ; A N FISHERMAN-. Edward J. N'owicki. bundled: up in parka, tend* his fishing pole as bJcb_win(js d#sjj spray asainst;shore of La^cJvitchitanjUjajicato.., -' '"J

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