r THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1952 Well, Well, a Campaign Emblem for Both Sides "GUN THAT WON THE WEST"—BuITnlo Bill Cody's trusty old E inchcstcr 73. a symbol of the old West, will bo presented to the ufTalo Bill Museum In Cody, Wyo., by its present owner, Col. Walter F. Siegmund, above, on July 4. Colonel Siegmund is seen •rith the historic old repeating rifle and a copy of Frederick Remington's famous Buffalo Bill picture, "Under the Lime Light." Accepting the rifle will be Mary Jester Allmi, niece of Colonel Codsy and director of the Buffalo Bill Museum. MORE PER WEEK—N e w s- chart above shows average weekly earnings of bituminous cool miners have exceeded the average weekly earnings of workers in all manufacturing industries, from 1D46 up through the first half of 1952. Earnings in pre-war year of 1939 are shown for comparison. Data are from The National Industrial Conference Board. an H , ,,,7ZI •KStBEOnllSUiUiLT STAMPS OF UNITED NATIONS - Hero arc the first eight designs of a series of postage stamps being issued by tV^ United Natigr ]S._ Artists of many nations contributed designs. Stamps, in denoi"" - -• of one cent to one dollar, are- '"' ' 1 October and November. WALKING PICNIC-Rlflcman E. P. Green of the Royal Irish Fusiliers models the ideal hat for picnic wear. At the moment the photo wns taken, he had paused for a lunch of pop and doughnuts during Exercise Hold-Fast in Germany. Some 200,000 Belgian, Canadian and Dutch troops participated in the huge NATO maneuver. ; Y<K «- " . ulf. *i « Register-News Picture Page 0* 'v , i'/fi^ SWEETS FOR GERMANY — Sugar cane from the fields is unloaded at San Vincent sugar central, Puerto Rico, to be turned into sugar for Western Germany under the EGA program. PLASANT GROVE CHURCH IN 1902—This photograph of the Pleasant Grove church, whose congregation was formed in pioneer days, shows the little brick church atop a knoll in a leafless grove in winter. A beautiful new building has since been constructed on the same site. This photograph is from the collection of Mrs. Roy Stout. MONKEY BUSINESS—Hugo, seven-month-old gorilla, enjoys being tickled by Mrs. C. B. Greer, Jr., of Houston. Tex. Hugo was captured by Mr. and Mrs. Greer in French Equatorial Africa. The $6000 infant is attended by a doctor, not a veterinarian, and is fed a baby's diet. When he grows up he'll live at the Houston zoo. CROWNING GLORY-Crowns intended as decorations during Queen Elizabeth's coronation ceremonies in June, 1953, are given a heightening up by Joap Bellis. The crowns are made in a factory in London's Old Kent Road section that has catered to six coronations so far, -with Elizabeth's making the seventh. CAR WRECKS BUILDING—This was the scene at a Baltimore, Aid., street corner (Oct. 18) after a car and a building met. The 'car first collided with a truck, then caromed into the barber shop on the first floor, causing two stories to collapse. Suprlslng- ly nobody was seriously injured. (AP Wirephoto) AMONG THE HOT RACES FOR U.S. SENATE i FRANK A. BARRETT Wyoming CHARLES POTTER Michigan - ABRAHAM RIBICOFF Cannae ttcut SEN. WILLIAM PURTELL Connecticut HERE'S HOW—Little Roger Hearn of Houston,' Tex., who only recently learned it himself, demonstrates his technique with the bottle to four of a family of seven puppies. A veterinarian prescribed the bottle for the po*hes when their overworked mom was unable to feed them all. VIVIEN KELLEMS Connecticut JOHN F. KENNEDY Masiachuiatti MUST BE TAKE.N ON FAITH—A visitor to the aniyjartExpositlon of ReligioflJ Art in Paris, ponders the significance of this painting, which" is t(yed "La Foi," or Faith. Executed by Piaubert, abstractionist artist, It is one of 19} works on display at Paris' Modern i> * Art Museum. M THROWER IS RIGHT—.Willie Thrower fondles the ball awarded the passer by nil Michigan State teammates after their. 48-6 .victory over Texas A. and M. Inserted in the back* field in the late stages, the New Kensington,. Pa., senior com* ; pleted seven of. nine passes, twe I ANCIENT CHURCH ART — This representation of the crucifixion of Christ is believed to be one of the oldest wooden •culptures in Italy. The work, txecuted by an unknown sculptor- dates back to the 13th Century, and is on display dur- •at Rome's^ quadrennial art. eajhjbJt. THE HARD WAY-Using his rifle as a crutch, this wounded United Nations soldier makes his way uphill, to a medical aid station, somewhere along the Korean front Someone has thrown a jacket over his shoulders to protect his open wounds. The soldier's features have been blanked out to prevent identifi- cajtoo by gebttivet..hack bonyt., N. E. »• McFARlANO Arkm GEORGE MAHONEY Moiylond KN.D»MUOtaVU SfM^VILLUMJEMNER ALEXIS BAYARD Dalovwr* MICHAEL 01 SALLE ON* J, GLENN, BEALL SEN. JOHN WILLIAM!
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