MONDAY, .KILT 28, 195* COTTRTCT FASE THIRTEEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES DECORATION COMMEMORATE D-v mifn in French Marinr uniforms of 19th century march In Vincenne», -*?»»?«• to "" r « ctnlenary of lnauturali«n of Mtdaille MiliUire., k S U U J S ,v < ? W M ° T ,J P N - T °" "in*-Mount Rainier looks down as S1 ,,,lcy Ssyrcs. lc,vi,, B mile-lone his blo-.Mo-Shun 1\ lo a new world hydroplane sneed record of 118.497 miles an hour on Like \Vasliliielon. Washington. '. DUCK OUT /OF STHP "mama" as ' J° f ,, * Adopted-son Donald's clear out of sfcp with Palsy hlj ntw they walk across the Hoor. They're pets of Jerry fatten, 11, of Oakland, Ca). BIG C A T C H _ Christo- phcr llumc Cronyn, 8. son of the actor and his actress-wife Jessica Tandy, sliows (he 12-uonml! 10- ounrc honclish lie canglit off Bermuda's western shore, j PERSONALTOUCH —Mrs. Jack \V, Thomas, Columbus. O.. feeds spaghetti to in Ohio robin which accompanied her and her husband on a vaca- Ltion <rip lo Loii£ Beach, Cal. WORK OF A CONTEMPORAH Y-A Icasls critical eyes on a wooden replica of Noire l>»m« e fdurtnr Paris cxhJ.'.HJon n art nork t>r French m h»ili FOR BRIGHT, WINDY DAYS- YOU can ,e. at a clanre Ihis nclal l.icc lial ii'orn hi Airs. Neil (Josser, at Ifenley tnjland. is wind-proof. Her anli-clare glasses are mirror-fronled/ r —~™__ l^SUMMER FUN ON WATER- These ,irl., rwT^v. type, o, r« : *al«r near .Munich, Germany. One usu a bicycle with paddle-wl»ttl p»wer; the other just paddle*., ,NOT A DROP WASTED-AmllVlrea. iVulvento • six-wrcks-old South African lion cub by I.uVt McCabe. senior- r tl ,\itf Xerk.« CeaiuLatk lat.M hi Ukc a U ouldaors.* w^. .-.•JJCTWW- *ww '*-.<-. s.»*JiT' ••'L'^^txr^^Ks/KVHuaivdMH^^^ 1 ^ • ^UpB^HBggjBmfta lltfirCMMMBBBKtiui-jJ^-J-giigiM^B^^^^^B^^^P ROMANS RECALL GLORIOUS PAST- „,-,„„ >,„,, Caesar Inlo For. lultc* 1. .for annual clmlol race, pirl of present revival of circus and artna tames of ancicnl Komt..
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