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July 30, 1947 - Image 6

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L U N C H F 0 R F A W N - Four-year-old Carolyn Jean
Morey of Millinocket, Me., feeds a week-old fawn after a game
warden found it in the woods. Its mother, chased away by dogs,
had left the fawn behind.

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R E A D Y 1 N C N E W L I N E R - The 23,000-ton SS President Cleveland, biggest liner to
be built in the U. S. since the war, is shown nearing completion in the shipyards at Alameda, Calif..

I T A L I A N LABOR M E E T I N C- This is a view of the speakers' section at the meet.
ing of'the Italian General Labor Confederation, held in the Communal Theatre in Florence.

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8 - P 0 U N D C A L F - Dusty, Brown Swiss calf shown
with a collie dog on the farm of Will Faskell of New London,
Wis., was only 16 inches high and -weighed but 8 -pounds at
birth. Normal birth weight is about 130 pounds.;

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B L A Z I N C S H I P T 0 W E D - Taken in tow by British navy tugs, the burning Swedish
ship, Peter Perinchief, which caught fire near the Bermuda coast..is headed toward Shelley Bay.

C 0 L F I N C T U R N E S A S - The "golfing Turnesas" get together in New York to welcome
Willie, (center) who brought back the British amateur cup. Left to right are Doug, Joseph, Phil,
Willie. Mike. Sr.. Frank and Mike. Jr.

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U N D E R T H E C H I N-Charley Fusari (right) ofIrv-
ington, N. J., takes it on the chin from Tony Pellone of New York
during their Madison Square Garden welter bout. Pellone was
awarded the decision in 10 rounds.

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M E M O R I A L A T N E T T U N O - While U. S. soldiers stand at attention, memorial
services for the men who died on the Anzio beachhead are held at Nettuno military cemetery.

VIC E R 0 Y' S C R E E T I N C - Lord Louis Mountbatten, British viceroy of India, shakes
hands with a Pathan tribal malik, or leader, during a visit to Landikotal, northern India.

E A C E R P I CL E T S - Carol Jean Hamelitz, 8 months,
of Ingleside, Ill., seems interested but not concerned as two baby
Duroc pigs try to reach her milk bottle.

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