Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 9, 1952 · Page 5
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 5

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Saturday, August 9, 1952
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1952 . THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Register-News Picture 9 JAYCEE PRESIDENT HEBE—Louis Colbert, 'state president of the Illinois Junior Chamber of Commerce, stopped at the Mt. Vernon Airport this week on his way to the national Jaycee board meeting In Tulsa, Okla. He was greeted by local .laycees. In the picture are, left to right—Paul Tyler, Colbert, Ed Meek, Jr., local Jaycee president, and Frank Feltmeier, national director from Mt. Vernon. (Leltzell Photo) K.Jf.^M J„? J, 'JF ^ l.^,^ ^ w ^ ' ^ ^ - Ceremony by U. S. soldiers at Fort Brooke, in Puerto Jllcos historic EI Morro Forlress climaxes new commonwealth's first Constitution Day celebration.' CARS BY THE CARLOA D_ Italy's effort for prosperity via home industry is symbolized by this truck carrying: 1* Italian-made artnmobiles through the streets of Naples. • EASY ON EYES- Pajama. in frreen embroidered with silver for at-home entertaining, was one of hit fashions displayed by desirner Roberto. I CapeucI in Florence, ItaK " iMODELED.FOR P 0 S T E R I T Y_ President Truman !takes time out from his busy schedule to sit for the finishinr touches to a liXe-siae bust by Nicholas Trevor in Washington., H E A D Y«WO R K-M. J. "Blackie" Felsen. of Burbank, Cal., who carves heads of prominent people on pipe bowls. Is •urrounded by his work in •atk' oils stapes of completion ^ ORDERED DEPORTED — Carl A. Latva, a 49-year-old mil! worker, sits bewildered in his home in Wendell, N.H., (Aug. 6) after being ordered deported to his native Finland. Latva says he signed a Communist party membership application In 1984 because "they told me they wanted to win a strike In which I was Involved." F'ederal Judge Charles E. Wyzanskl, Jr., In Boston ruled "with reluctance" that Latva, who signed the Communist application, paid 50 cents and "never heard from them again," must be deported. Judge Wyzanskl said, that under the McCarran act he was bound to uphold the deportation of Latva. (AP Wlrephoto) ABOVE THEIR USUAL LE/EL_ MotorcycUste • the "Traber Group" offer a daredevil ticht rope act wltli eqnip- uent somt 200 feet above the Isar Kiver at Munich, Gcnnaar. DEMOCRATIC LEADERS MAP STRATEGY—Campaign talk was the order of the day as these Democratic leaders conferred (Aug. 7) with Democratic presidential nominee Adlal E. Steven> son at the executive mansion in Springfield, 111. At breakfast (left, to right) are Sen. Richard Bus* sell of Georgia, Gov. Stevenson, Wilson Wyatt, Stevenson's personal campaign manager; Averell Harrlman, Mutual Security Administrator; and Sen* Blair Moody of Michigan. (AP Wlrephoto) BRITISH ROCKET TAKES OFF — A British guided anti-aircraft ndktt spontt as it leaves launchinf platform on performance test. Its speed is rjited over 2,000 miles an hottfj, CHANGING TOPI Light spots on milady 's hair are gold polkadots, an example of ' new fad of two-color coilTures., ; Dots were applied with am> j I monja-less hair llghtcner. FOUR.WAY ST RETCH- Florence Rae, 17. appear, to be missin? portions of her body as she executes a "butterHy" LOH skates in rehearsal at San Francisco for professional debut W of In Caracas, Venesuela, prior to their "burial" nndergronnd, part of the L eitr'< mode^nlsatiqa frocram, ^ Workmen,9 dismantle maie overhead telephone wires Do you have a favorite picture of a view in Mt. Vernon or vicinity which you would like to have published ? If so, send enlarged picture or negative with description to Regrlster-News Picture Page Editor. All pictures will be returned •fter publication. NEW FIELD FOR C E N E Actress Gene Tlerney rehearses with ballet star Anton Dolin in London In preparation Jor a film with Clark Gable in whlchjhe'll portray aballerlM, NEW VISTA AT 8 4 - Mr.. Cosmy Hulitar. old grandmother who began art career three years ago^ primitive-styled land»cape In bedroom ol New York A'J rltJfjiM .1

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