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January 14, 1950 - Image 5

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1950

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MUNITIONS HEAD
-Hubert E. Howard (above),
60, former Chicago industrialist,
was named by President Truman
as Munitions Board chairman of
the Department of Defense.

HO ME OF I S R A E L P A R L I A M E N T -This wing of the Jewish Agency, Jerusalem,
will be the temporary home of the Israel Parliament (Knesseth) until a new building is erected.

TROPICAL SWIMMING HOLE-Thepoolof
the Caribe Hilton Hotel, San Juan, Puerto Rico, was blasted out of
coral rock. It is filled with sea water, changed every four hours.

M A L FP-CENTURY APART-Janet Rudolph (left)
and Vera Tordy, students at Florida Southern College, wear bath-
ing costumes of 1900 and today in a fashion show at Lakeland, Fla.

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TO HEAD COUNCIL
-James S. Lay, Jr., (above) has
been nominated by President
Truman to be executive secre-
tary of the National Security
Council, top defense agency.

PREMIER-TO-BE--
Sidney George Holland (above),
head of the National party which
beat the New Zealand Labor
government in last election, is
scheduled to be Prime Minister.

P A Y A S Y 0 U D R I V E - Mildred Thrawl, of Chicago,
demonstrates a coin meter for the ignition system by which a
buyer pays for a car. Six quarters a day keep it running.

OLD SALTS-Mrs.H. D.
Herring shows some of the 400
old salt dishes she has collected
in 50 years, at her home in West
Los Angeles. Thirteen foreign
countries are represented.

S K I I N C W I T H O U T S N O W - Hannes Schneider, instructor, gives a snowless ski lesson-
to Winter visitors on a bare slope at North Conway, N. H. In rear is the Cranmore skimobile.

PARIS PRESENTS-
This dance dress of white tulle
by Pierre Balmain is trimmed
with white Val lace. A black
velvet bow and sash set off the
flaring ruffled bodice.

-Duke Adolf Friedrich of Meck-
lenburg, only active German on
the International Olympic-Con-
mittee, was elected president
of the re-established German
Olympic Committee at Bonn.

F O U N D E R' S E S C O R T - Italian boys, learning trades and farming in Boys' Republic near
Rome, escort Judge Juvenal Marchisio of New York, a founder, along astreet named for him.

F R O M S E A M A N T O A C A D E M Y - Harry Martinsson, author and former seaman,
is installed as a member of the Royal Swedish Academy, Stockholm, which selects Nobel Prize win-
ners. Left to right: Anders Osterling, Earl Marshal Birger Ekeberg, Martinsson and Sigfried Siwertz.

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