The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1952 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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f AGE TWELVE' BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, DEC.-l«:i9iS ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES STARTING IN STYLI — Keso»rceful iuMe -Don Anderson commutes by uslns » chalrllff lo get to Ike top o( »,Z50- foot Baldy Mountain for deer hunting near Soil Valler, Mahe. NIW MEDIUM — Joseph Ctirlstophe, son of > haher- dasher, readies a piece of wool from a sock to past? Into place on MH "p«r4raH" tt French President Auriol he's completing [a Paris. MINISTERIAL CONFA B_ S lr Roger Maklns, left, new British Ambassador lo the United Slates, an! Lord Wake- hursl, new Governor General of Northern Ireland, chat in London. BRIDGING A WATERY CAP — Pedestrians in Venice use an Improvised fuolbridze to cross famea San Ma.rco Squire when flood water Inundated Ihe area near the basilica of Saint Marc after heavy rains »wept northern and central Itily. LINK TO TH£ PAST — Coast Guardsman Nicola* Orlandi holds one of the riant Isuanas, last evidences of a prehls-. j ioric era, that roam on Mona Island off Tuerto (iico's west coast. A new mosaic floor in London's National Gallery rep- ROYAL S M I L E _ Be- meilalcd Kin; Gustaf Adolf VI of Sweden grins broidly mfter dinner with his family at royal palace In Stockholm celebrating his 70th birthday. CHURCHILL IN resents Prime Minister Churchill In siren suit and steel helmet during World War IL A CH A N GE I N STAT US — Blarlies Gessler, 17, a Polish 'ni_j(laced per on ' 15 m nth ajo, smiles after being chosen Queen of Florida State University's Homecoming Week festivities. MITEY MOUNTS — Tint-sized, Full-grown linrscs. each wclghlnc 50 pounds and standing 2G Inches high, were Imported from England by Willis U. Parker, right, of Studio City, Cil. O JEWELED GUEST — Mrs. Winston Gaest wears pear* shaped diamond tiara and $200,• 000 diamond necklace at the Fan Ball for the Children's Memorial Cancer fund In New York.* , .FASHION COMPLETES A C Y C L E-with re- iturn of the elaborate waistcoat, two students .compare a modern t vest with an eighteenth century model at Cooper Union, New York. SUGARY PRESENT FOR IKE- oino Baslardi, a baker in N'ice, France, finishes his model In sujir of the U. S. Capitol which he will give to President-elect Dwlshl D. Elsenhower. MODERN TRAVELING S AL E S M A N -mrold 1'ralt. .Ir., lladdor.nelrt. X. J. salisman, chuss to' lown on motor scooter after parking plane he uses to cover his territory. B L f. S S I N C THE HOUNDS—An ancient ritual Is performed as Dr. William R. Moodr Biship of Lexington. Kj., reads the Blessing •( the Ho»nd« to open fox hunting season in KenbKfc?

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