The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 3, 1953
Page 3
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SATURDAY, JAN; 8, 1953 - , BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES PREPARING FOR B t C D A Y _ stale landau arrive* At Westminster Abbey, scene of Queen Elizabeth's corona* Uon MX! Jane, in procession rehearsal from Buckingham Palace. A S Jf ,?/_? ° 9 ,*,'i. D _ F I S H _ A cargo of herring (hat shifted after a collision with anftlher craft In'(he fog-bound tngllsn Channel left the German trawler Marlenburg In this helpless position on the beach »l Dieppe, France. BRINGING.THE EAST W E S T_ninak 0 Kojima. of Osaka, "Miss Japan of 1952," shows fellou'-stuflents Anne Slay- berry, left, and Mary Ann Stamm, of Antioch. CaL, tfoxv-to wear Jimnese attire. She is a music major at Mills College. Oakland. A STEP ATA TIME — This slick chick, emulating a tightrope walker, does Us act on a telephone .wire three floors above a downtown Cincinnati street audience watching its moves. LE A-D ER- llihak Ben-7,vl. 68. Labor Party; leader, was elected by the Israeli Knesset as second president of Israel. He succeeds the late Dr. Chain* VVeizmann. i NEW M E D I UM F ORR 0 B E R T 0 _ Film dir« ?.»' "rt'rto-Rosscllln! Adjusts soprano Renala Tebaldi's wig „ bralion ta" liannover"'Ge™"ny" Otello dress rehearsal in Naples, his first opera direction. ' : ^ "v". Germany. , SEPTUAGENARIAN — Field Marshal Ccrd von Rundstedt, former German com- mar.der on Western front, shown during his :71h birthday cele- RELIGION ON T H E RIVER— floating church, buill on an old barge and sealing 120, moves op and down Elbe River near Hamburg. Germany, for boatmen's religious Krvlcei. MAKING HIS PITCH — Francis Slanislaw declaims . from Shakespeare's "A Winter's Tale" In !,u<lgaie Gardens. I.on- doiV while organizing a nelilinn fnr a Londnn Sha.l£CEnoara IhAaUx. 'WORKING ON THE S P OT _ Sculptors Jacq«lin S i and Oli\icr Deicnmps work on sculpture. "St Joseph," on ipot I where il will jest In front of Saint Sevcrin Church In Parta. WALKING 'POWDERPUFFS'- Mrs. Marjori. , Sencsac of Temple City. Cal.. holds rare Black and White Silkie chickens, a breed mentioned by Marco Polo in bis wntinrjP C \, ',& C °MPET1TION_ Chlc a,oan John C. BinKon-skl, \h2 crochelln? winner at Illinois Stale Fair, works on an intricate .2 by 104-inch tablecloth, his entry in the 1953 Fair. HOME IN THE. HIGHLANDS — Transplanted Swedish reindeer graze on footSrite "- otithe Cairngorms on the Rolhlcinurchus Reindeer Reservation near Invernesssnlre, ScotUa&Y

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