SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1950
THE MCHTEGAN DAILY:
EAST AND® WEST M E ET- Esther Williams, mo- M O N T Y S M I L E S --
tion picture star, admires a hair ornament worn by Kinuyo Field Marshal Viscount Mont-
Tanaka, first lady of the Japanese screen, during a luncheon to gomery sn.iles at newsmen
the Oriental actress in Hollywood on a tour of United States. aboard liner Mauretania on
which he sailed from New York
for home after a visit to the U.S.
- Tom Showers, Los Angeles
County fireman at Pico, Cal.,
shows the model fire apparatus
he built since he started eight
years ago as U. S. Army fireman.
FR E N C H PRIZE BABIES - Jean Paul Roume
(left), 33 months, held by Jacques Marinelli, cyclist, and Patricia
Claude, 30 months, held by Line Renaud, singer, won Paris's most
beautiful baby contest over 500 entrants from all over France.
CHRISTMAS CARNIVAL -Nuns from Mt. St.
Joseph's School, San Francisco, watch their charges on.a ride at
the Emporium during Christmas entertainment for children.
OLD ITALIAN GUN
-Allan Anderson holds an 18th
century Italian Bombard flinf'
lock at the exhibition in Harding
Museum, Chicago, illustrating
the evolution of firearms
FIRST LADY IS HO®S T E S S- Donna Inez Munoz-
Marin (right), wife of Puerto Rico's first elected Governor, is
hostess to stage and screen star Jose Ferrer, native Puerto Rican,
and his wife, at opening of the Caribe Hilton Hotel, San Juan.
S E N A T 0 R I A L D U C K H U N T - Sen. and Mrs. Millard Tydings (center) and guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hines discuss their bag after a duck hunt on Tydings Chesapeake Bay, Md., estate.
C LE A R I N G O V E R H E A D -_Italian-goalie Giuseppe
Moro (right) goes above England's Jack Rowley to defend the goal
in an international soccer match in London won by England, 2 to 0.
' E V I L '-Italian-born sculp-
tor Diego Calcagno-Feraud ex-
hibited this statuette called "Evil"
in his first one-man show in
'ndon. Born in Naples, Feraud
studied in Rome.
D I M E D R E S S - Patricia Novell displays a black satin
evening gown trimmed with highly-polished Roosevelt dimes,
made by Eugenia Seymour of Monrovia, Cal., former WAC, for
March of Dimes fund. Mrs. Seymour spent 3 months making dress.
MARCH OF DI M ES GI R L I N CLASS- wanda Wiley, March of Dimes poster
girl, points to the blackboard in class under teacher Mrs. Doris Dodge at Govalle School, Austin, Tex.
ASSISTANTS TO S A N T A .--William P. Dwyer,
founder of the Kansas City Santa Claus Club, which renovates
toys for distribution to poor children, looks on while 22-months-
old Bobby Bergnes, son of a club worker, tests a rebuilt horse.
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