Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on August 28, 1952 · Page 22
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rHE REGISTER-NEWS MT. VERNON, fLLINOIS THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 1952 Register-News Picture Page THE FOURTH LN PUERTO RICO - Float commemoratinff U. S. approval of the new constitutton of Puerto Rico is feature of Snn Juan parartc celebrating Independence Day. 5 WHO WOULDN'T SMfLE with a lot of free chicken to eat? These members of the Mt. Vernon Junior Chamber of Commerce and their ladies -"-have their pictures taken at the annual Jaycee chicken fry. . (Leitzell Photo) DUCK OUT OF STEP — Adopted-son Donald's clear out of step with Patsy, his new "ina,ma" as they walk across the floor. They're pets of Jerry Cattell, 11, of Oakland, Cat ROMANS RECALL GLORIOUS PAST — Bearers carry Caesar into Foro Italico lor annual chariot race, part of present revival of circus and arena games of ancient Rome. DEFYING DEATH — Bottom gates hang open after motorcyclist Ricfiard 3IoHen starts on "Highway of Death" ride 50 feet above auilicine at Goslar, Germany. The aluminum cage is 6 feet high, 15 feet in cJiameter, while/^Highway" is 5 feet wide. BIG C A T C H _ christo- pher Hume Cronyn, 8, son of the actor and his actress-wife Jessica Tandy, shows the 12-pound, 10- ounce bonefish he caught off Bermuda's western shore. m CAMERA SHY — Chief Iralike, 80. of Greenland, knows as King Amos, puts an arm around his bashful wife's shoulder after Danish Kinc Frederick presented hin with a medal during a visit. , C 1 A N T TIRES IN ACTION — Two tires. 10 feet high by 4 feci wide, gti seft-terrsla A': . *«st on earth mover at Longview, Tex., plant of desicner L. G. UToorneaa. Peoria. DL j •iJi-? ^ Mi ly}^ ^ "^'l^^s* B'^'s f two types of rubber-tube floats"^ .'WP <«r ,af<>«r.BCM«>i!>^^ uses a iiioycU witb paddte-wlMei p «w«r; tbe other Jiwt paddlM. OANCF, R'S THEIR BUSINESS—A twe-heor eircu at Regensburg, Germany, is climaxed by "Miss AtomU" MA ber feU«w<acfobat who are aliot out aa hUBUi nMlw fra« • c«iuii;it wiUi a thrust, of 2S0 pounds per Kuare iocH.. ^ PERSONAL TOUCH r-Mrs. Jack W, Thomas, Column bus, O., feeds spaghetti to an' Ohio robin which accompanied her and her husband on a vaca*' ;tion trip to Long Beacli, ^Jat^ 0

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