The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on January 3, 1948 · Page 12
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 12

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Saturday, January 3, 1948
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[THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANPAIGUA, N. ,Y., SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1948 ·\ .* C O M M A N D E R -- IA. Gen. John K. Hull commands a joint tusk force which w H l conduct atom energy experiments ut a new base n Kniwetok. in M a r shall Islands. -The former S.S. Hoosier State, renamed the Friendship Cargo, second ship bearing sifts to New York City carrying 5,000,000 pounds of food donated by the I -S. people. H O L Y LAN D T E N T H 0 M E_A Jew and his wife rest outside their tent near Tel Aviv (background) after leaving their home due to clashes between Arabs and Jews. L Y W A N IS N O Cf R A C K E K _ Laura. 30-year rrot, holds spoonful of food itt San Francisco home of Mrs. Grbwoid. who says the bird prefer, chops and mashed. ootatoes to crackers and bird sei-u. ·HH'ii ii i ii I' S E E K V O L UN T E E R S--Leaders of the drive to enlist · ' Ghamy Abdin, second assistant recruitms O^.ICIT. I 0 N P R 0 T E S f E D_A crov.d of Egyptians gathers in Cairo's Oppr:-. Snuare to hear Arab leaders (on roof, right foreground) protest partition of Palestine. E S K I tvl 6--Rebecca, \\ho is 15. carries baby Barbara Turner Eskimo fashion as they reach London from Baffin Land. 1U-- becca came home with ^\lrs. Canon Turner to be nursemaid for th* l\vo Turner children, June and Burburu. H A N D L E S P R I Z E B U L L_.\ pri/.e Aberdeen bull is handled by the small son of a herdsman at ti-, Island Plantation. Yemassee. .VC. The bu.l \ , H 1 l« |'" · ^ Southeastern Angus Show a t .Memphis Jan. 1 4 . Iras i w n at W A C V E T-Miss Edna Lou Calian. e \ - \ V A C and I'liivcrsity ot Texas .junior, lias been elected c o m m a n d e r o f t h e s c h o o l ' s American Legion post at Austin, the slats capital.' I C I.N"C"H'C A 16-inch K as pipe line, coated and wrapped automati- callv by machinery, is laid at rate of a mile per day in Alberta Province. Canada. P U P T A K E S IT E A S Y_This pup doesn't seem to be ( leading a dog's life in Japan as it rests behind the ranks of thei .spic-aiid-span Australian 77lh Infantry Regiment's guard mount during rille inspection. The ceremony took place on - parade - grounds of the Imperial Palace at Tokyo. ^ -- H O Y , W H A T A T R A I N !--«;!! Andrea o f Knoxvillc, Tenn.. e\ani:!, locomotive at a display of amusement devices and toys at fhic.ti;i. a Jive stcuui C A T S H O W VV I N N E R_\\est A l i i s Jubilee of Blue I ice o\\iii-(l by Mrs. Lester O'Neill of Milv, .inker. \ \ a s chosen best at Bnesford slio\\ in Chicago. He's a blur IVi'M Z E B R A S P O S E I N S N O W--Their hlark .stripes stand out ar.ain.sl a snowy background^ as four zebras strike this pose for a cameraman in a zoo at Chicago.

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