THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16,1948- PAGE'FIVE Â·*?Â£ ^? /*Â»- -, '"' '-f? y'^-*: v?$'*v*'^'*Â§Â»* ' -" "? r ^'* .7 *^^ ^ \l/ I I i% f\ ip r ~TM-Â«--Â· ~~TM-.,,*,,,;. '-~-.-./^'.~Â«Â«.i?Â«*yÂ«';iÂ»iii^^M-'2S '^',^v^Â»/.^^'^^OmÂ»Wi^Af^SS^,-^S^i-vf'V^"K^^K:!^^l^/A. ' v*TM^gÂ«Â°Â«Â«Â»^fwls^WW5 -W I L D D E E R R 0 P E D -- Eddie DuBeau (right), deputy game warden, lassoes a buck in the mile-long concrete snillway of dam at Fort Peck, Mont. Coyotes chased the deer into the spillway. DuBeau and Gene Tourtlotte (left) liberated it". school ?nÂ°Ch L V ' f school in Chicago is Fritz, a crow, Â«ho pecks at a window to attract attention and get into the classroom. Here he tries to take a pencil-away from Edward Goss. Â· A T O M I C T E S T G R O U N D -- This is nart of thp air strin on Eniwetok atoll in the Marshall Islands of the Pacific, where the United States government has announced construction ot elaborate atomic "testing grounds" is under way. T O F C C -- George E. Sterling (above) of Portland, Me., was named by President Truman to succeed E. J. Jcit, resigned, as a member of the Federal Com- U Q L I V A R H 0 N O Â»: f D _ the death of Simon Bolivar, bouth Vi r with the placing of wreaths brier Â· 'Â·;, * right are Maj. R. W. llebsrd: i.r. E'.a' gate to the t". T-T.; Dan-^i DC: r ' .- *- Â·. ii'f 'ilu" in 'Â· ?.\ M O U S E O F C O M M O N S - M O D E L _ T h p sneaker's chair is being placed in position in this model of England's new House of Commons which is being built at Westminster, London, to replace the chamber destroyed by German bombs. S E A S O N ' S G R E E T I N G S - Rockefeller ria^-, a n - nual Chrhimas tree, 65 feet high, is lifted into place in New York, It will uear hundreds of ornaments and electric light. 1 ;. ?T5' j ; .isgk , P I G S K I N E N S E M B L E Joan Rc - ^, r . :0l3; , s 2n ,,,,. usual combination of accessories-a pi^ki:'. :-a nit. sweeping brim an4 draped crov. 11. pigskm gloves, pirrÂ£--"'"--:o*. cre-J lighter. ? \ PiWX^, *v^ * B U I L D I N G A S A N D M A N -- Marilyn Randall (right), Glendale College student, and Billie Ann Reynolds (center), U.C.L.A. co-ed, make a sandman on the beach at Santa Monica, Calif. Sonya Kruger sits at left. Winter temperatures were in the 80'Â§, Q U E E N Jerger-a Actress Adele A T S 0 U T H E R N D i f i of f i i r ." Â«-.\ Vi.r x .*.()',, 'irr; - 'Â·Â· -- I l r c t Admiral Vv'iHidni ' s -r ^t'c, J r f 02nd annual _ F O U R S O R E T H R O A T S -- U was four of a kind when the two pairs of twins in the Minneapolis home of Joseph Williams all had their tonsils out the same day. Here they are recupcr- aling, (left ,to right) David and Douglas, 3',4. and Joanne and Judith, 5. B E A U T Y S P O T -- A group of young visitors to the Mountain Lake sanctuary near Lake Wales, Fla., walk past the " '"" tower," a memorial to Edward Bok. The 230-foot tower has Â» carillon of 71 bells. 8a*S5sÂ»w^^Â£"^r - 4^.^.,wÂ«^^, -. I ^"j^v ^-v.,; ^ j-3 NEW T R A C K -- Air view of the new %-miIe training track, with infield ponds holding 2,000,000 gallons of water, recently completed at Delaware Park, near Wilmington.
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