Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 19, 1952 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

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TH:I REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS TUESDAY, AUGUST 19, 1952 SMALL FRY MT. VERNON BASEBALL PLAYERS — The Gold Seals of the Little League, coached by Dr. B. P. Komasa. Front row: Don- nle Rightnowar, Earl Woods, Byron Young, Coleman Carrodine, Ronnie Garbers. Back row: Robert Wolters, Peter Komasa, Eddie Curtis, Johnny Reznick, Donald Johns, Lee Yearwood, Darrell Davis. ^ ^ HOME — AmeHca's new superliner United Stales is welcomed «> New. York after seUinj trans-.\tlantic records for eastward and westward crossints.. * TO .STUDY U. S. HOSPITALS - Amir Ab- i'iullaiiAl Faisal, left;Saudi Arabian Minister of Health, arrives.! ! with BWffuard iii New York_to start tour of American hospitals. ALL MARCHED OUT — His drum corps drill mates continue on after Harlan Hall, of Gloversville, N. Y.. Yellow Jackets, collapsed from heat in "Pageant of the Drums" at Syracuse. CHANCES *W ERE MADE — John H. Walte.. Jr.. 34. of Boston, who went to Europe 0 years aro as a bachelor GI. arrives in New York with his wife and family. Three children are own, three are Mrs. IValte's by a previous marriage, and the seventh was adopted.* ] f IS T 0 L C HAM P —Detroiter H. W. Reeves, left, is con. craiulated by A. M. Vik. Norwegian Shooting Association head, jrfWr winning pistol shooting championship 9t Oslo,,. Norwa_y, iwvifht of f ^L^ .^ir* Stanley Mrowczynsiti checlts J.,.,... „,^.^,J[#R«>y, Mt, ahd Larry, who, totaling 18 pounds. iL *V /i */jy^V*.?"?>^? W?""'^'"'' ?* heaviest twins ever. ^ T ..^.^.^ • T— A British Kasoline truck reaches an awkyvard though Impressive position 17 feet above ground in a , ileiaonstrat on by a new forkllft track. The powerfuUmachihc. has ,»>clalmcd load bana^dtV oljlgjigft Jounds .wM L Uft .( SL SO,Iset, STEBILIZATION CASE E. Williams stand outside the courthouse at Front Royal, Va., (Aug. 16) where a Jury disallowed his $25,000 damage claim in which he contended his wife was sterilized without his consent. Dr. Lyle Hansbrough, the defendant, testified he operated at the request of Williams' wife, Ella, and thought hospital personnel had obtained the husband's permission. Despite the operation, Mrs. Williams gave birth to a fourth child two weeks ago. (AP Wijrephoto) A KING-SIZE SWORD FISH — Mrs. Mildred Allison of Los Angeles stands with four companions at Antofa- casta Chile under a 759-pound swordfish she boated off Tocopllla 'Bay with a 39«0irea4l liiw* She daims s.worM record for the catch.:, f c c 4. i. mm

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