Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on November 5, 1952 · Page 6
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 6

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Wednesday, November 5, 1952
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THE REGISTERNEW5 — MT VERNON. ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1931' CARRIED TO POLLS—John M. Boyd, 1001 Month 25th street, Is shown being carried to Mt. Vernon's tenth precinct polling place yesterday by Bob Ituddlck, second from left, Democratic committeeman arid Harold Coryell, Republican committeeman. Mr. Boyd, who was a Judge nt the precinct for many yenrx, has been In falling health for Homo time. Standing at loft Is IIIH son, Robert. (Mftry Juno Studio Photo) AMERICA'S NEXT "FIRST FAMILY"—The Presldent-Elcct Is pictured above with his family. In this informal portrait taken in the Elsenhower home at Columbia University. From left: President-Elect Eisenhower; grandson Dwight David II, 4; the Eisenhowers' daughter-in-law, Mrs. John Elsenhower, and her daughters Kusnn Elninc, 8-months-old, and Bnrbarn Ann, 3; and Mrs. Eisenhower., i The Eisenhowers' son, Mnj. John Eisenhower, is on duty in Korea. 'W '.• iff EISENHOWER ARRIVES IN BOSTON— i> wight Elsenhower waves to the cheering throng on arrival at Boston's South Station as lie starts a final tour before winding up his campaign with several major addresses in Boston Nov. 8. (NEA Telephoto) Register-News Picture Page •of *g 'fad .,,^$5,. • NOW WE KNOW!-Or do we? William Black, of the 1st battalion, Cameronians, supplies the answer to an age-old question as he capers with Lillian Ponnampalam in a country dance sponsored by his regiment in Singapore. The age-old question: "What does a Scotsman wear under his kilts?P DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER HE NEW PRESIDENT LONESOME LEO GETS A HOME—Booger, half-grown lion that was left unclaimed a,t Haltom City animal hospital in suburban Fort Worth, Tex., looks sadly out of his cage. But better times are ahead. Dr. J. W. Heaton, hospital operator, offered Booger free to anyone who would give him a good home. He got some 200 applications from all over the nation. It has been decided that the lion will go to the Ardmore, Okla., zoo. RICHARD NIXON VICE PRESIDENT-ELECT Eureka, Ppy Dirt at ADLAI WATCHES TV ANTENNA GO UP—Governor Adlal E. Stevenson pauses to watch radio technicians adjusting: parabolls reflector antenna which will enable them to televise direct from Springfield, 111. election night. The program will go through •even relay points between Springfield and Danville, III. before reaching the network. Left to right: Governor Stevenson, I* Buresch, R. E. Fatten and A. E. Sfejbestik. (NEA Telephoto) OVERSEAS "PENTAGON* —Approximating the shape of Washington's mammoth Pentagon, which Is the nation's Armed Forces headquarters, is this one-story structure near Tokyo, Japan. Locally Ifcoowp as th* "Little Pentagon." U bouse* the gensraj stall offices of the First Cavalry Divisiaa> i ; ' TRUMAN ENDS CAMPAIGNING—President Harry S. Truman points a parting reminder as he leaves his train for a motor trip to his home In Independence, Missouri. The president completed 18,000 miles of campaigning through 27 state* and will rest up' in his home town until election day. At right Is Margaret Truman. (NEA Telephoto) THE FASHION HAL|L OF FAME in Hollywood has decided that Virginia Mayo , (above) is the film star who "best typifies the qualities that make up American glamor." The. Hall's Judges decided, therefore, that she should be tagged as "Hollywood 's Fire and Ice Girl." She qualifies for the latter, her press agent explained, because of her "striking combination of fiery excitement and cool poise.** (AT Wlrsyfeotafc

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