Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on September 2, 1952 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 2, 1952
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me REGISTER-NFWS — MT. VERNON, fLLINOrS • ^ -TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1952 Marchers and one of the floats in the Labor Day parade yesterday. Main street Scene is at the postoffice corner on (Leitzell Photo) __ Sill Spivey Richmond, Ky., diive-in drugstore after drawing a suspended sentence and being expelled from the University of Kentucky for allegedly shaving points in basketball. The seven-foot star denies th-' •---ees. tNEA) SOUTH SIXTH BLOCKED—Trees blo»ra down In the storm Monday afternoon blocked South SL\th street between Broadway and Jordan and knocked out telephone lines. (Mary Jane Studio Photo) RENT CZAR -James Mclnftei Henderson, of Dicerfield, Tex., is shown in his Washington office after being appointed Rent Stabilizer. Former general counsel of the Economic Stabilization Agency, he takes over the rent post from Tighe E. Woods, now Price Stabilize DEATH RIDES MOTORCYCLES —Two pairs of riders were tossed onto the street as their runaway rnotorcycles-and-sidecars lore into the crowd during the running of the International Hamburg Racea in Germany. Two onlookers were killed, nine seriously injured. The riders sustained injuries. The accident occurred when one of the tandems overshot a turn and collided with the other. In a second mishap, a German team struck a photographer, and all three were taken to a hospital with injuries. (NEA) AFTER THE ST0R:M—An Illinois Power Company line repair crow prepares to quit work at 1 a. m. today after 16 continuous hours of work restoring service knocked out by the Labor Day storm. From left aro W. If. Sammons, H, J. LeGrand, Floyd Williamson, Foreman Vern Borah, and Francis Simmons. (Mary Juno Studio Photo) SHE RETURNS AS A QUEEN (BEAUTY GRADE) -The last time Jane F. Bradshaw (inset;, of Westerly, R.. I., was in Atlantic City. N. J., she was three years old and her chief concern was riding the mjrry-go-round with her sister, Dorothy, Now Jane (left in large picture) goes back to Atlantic Cit^ for the second time in her life—but she goes as "Miss Rhode Island 1952." representing her state in the annual "Miss America" beauty contest ADLAI GREETED—Wearinjj his Legion cap. Gov. Adiai Stevenson (left) waves from car en route to address tlie American Legion convention In New York. With the Governor is Mayor Vincent Impeliittcrl. ' (NEA TELEPHOTO) f Not only arithmetic or grammar but teaching youngsters sound principles of physical and mental health is the teacher's job. Promotlnp health education in schools is an important part of the program of voluntary tuberculosis associations which receive their sole support from the annual sale of Christmas Seals. (Photo courtesy Victor Kayietz Productions.) STEVENSOfl'ST'JMPS IN I HE WEST— Newsmap above shows the tentative route to be taken by Democratic presidential candidate Gov. Adiai Stevenson In his first bid for western votes. Ste- vensoii wUl i^ke the first leg of the trip in a chartered four-motor plane, switching to a train tor a whistle-stop trip down California's Central Valle:y ,...g,.,.„»,».,„ - ...rf' , ATOM-BOMBER KILLER -This is a trial-flight view ol Britain's new Gloster Javelin jet fighter, designed specifically to fight off enemy jet bombers carrying atomic bombs. The world's first twin-engined fighter of the triangle-wing type, the Javelin flies faster than sound—660 mph at sea level. It is 57 feet long, with a 62-loot wingspan. The tip of its tail is 17 feet irom the grounl^ KNOWS HER OATS -Bunny lYeager, Miami, Fla., model, I shows off, among other things, a hat made out of sea oats and a Bikini bathing suit inspired by 'colorful designs created by Seinioole Indiana. EXPERIMENT FAILS— The Air Force, after long testing, has' given up on the huge B-60 experimental botiiber (bottom photo)! and will concentrate full attention on the B-52 (top photo), aj faster, single, heavy jet type. The B-52 Stratofortress is expected! IP feplgfg purr.nt B-36 as the chief atomic bOHib e§rri§f fi| the Strategic Air Command,

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