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October 10, 1950 - Image 8

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THE MICHGAN DAILY

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MECHANICAL HAT
-Mrs. John F. Nycum, of Col-
lege Park, Ga., models a "Merry-
Go-Round" hat devised by her
husband. Top turns with blink-
ing electric lights and music,

BUMPER CROP_-A
French girl crushes grapes in the
Perpignan region of southern
France as the annual grape har-
vest opens with prospects of a
bumper crop.

C H AR ITY L UR E Frank Wedde, professional tamer.
attracts Frankfurt, Germany, crowd with "Yank," an eagle which
he- cautured in the Tatra Mountains and exihibits for charitv.i

OBEDIENCE TEST -A police dog jumps through a
burning hoop held by a Western Berlin policeman daring an
obedience test, part of a police efficiency demonstration in Berlin.

U N C OM M ON R lERpe7 gzio Pagoria.
of Chicago, rnakeĀ° i ~l i~ div vies w ithte aid of a spe-
cial cart he designed,. b smiso o h IofnarGoerak:

D I ZZ Y YT1AD . -,v amJr., official.
flagpole painter in a3 12 - hst~ ~tor ~ efinishes'
Painting the, I:S-i tjoe. _ 4tv ir~r~tgo uilding.

O N T H E 1 R 0 NW--Three young actors, sons of famous
people, Heywood Hale Broun, John Drew Colt and Charlie Chap-
Un, Jr.. (left to right),~ rest during rehearsal for a. New York ulay.

P EN N M EMO0R IA L ,-..melimonri Mi ller (l ft), secre-
tary' of Philadelphia Yearly Meii,-Ong of JFri :.d., uVetilS a tablet
to William Penn at Church of All Hlallow 1By-.ye-Tower. London1

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SWEDISH FAMILY TREE-Fifteen of hernlne.
teen children mark their mother's 50th birthday near Stockholn.
Four others are in army. Mother and father -Lindstrom are at top.

SAUERKRAUT BY THE TON_.Chiefs atthe
31st annual Sauerkraut Day in Forreston, Ill., prepare three tons
of kraut and ton of frankfurters consumed bt 35,000 visitors.,

PARADE HIGHLlGF~~ lrl"us Boots"
drawn by a tractoramessd r spout f the Dutch
flower center of Aalsui rtae exhiited j an Aszteram parade.

LONG-RANGE BINOCULARS-Norman Ringer
peers through his 360-lb. binoculars with which he says he can see
objects 110 miles away from his hillside home in San Pedro. CaL,

V IR G INI A R E ST ORATI1ON--orkmen set cobble-
stones on Francis Street, Williamsburg, Va., to give the section an
18th century appearance in harmony with "restored" community,

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