WEDNESDAY; JAN. 7, 1953 Bl.YTHEVU.LE (ARK.) CDURIRR NEWS PAGE N1NB ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES T R^ U B L.E O WATERS — Residents of Isola I.lrl, in central Italy, survey flood damage ll Wwm'i 4>m pours more than twice its normal flow of walcr into the rain-swollen river bed. CENIE OF THE LAMP — Tiny electric Heht bulbs attached to ankles and wrists Iracc arm and leu movements of Czechoslovak skater Jerina N'ekolova at Bournemouth, England. <j ILLUSION- Part, Jeweler Mavboussin has detixned thii pinky rint so the eyelet embroidery Mttlns of diamond! ;. *r»wi4 a one-cant atone make* ^ the skme appear larcer. A PUZZLING SITUATlON^Petle'.pjear. puzzled as lo how Tanya, another two-month-old Chihuahua pup, managed to fit herself into teacup at Orlando, Fla.,with«ut mishap.. TO SHARE HIS C R O W N -JV osh io Shiral, world flyweight box-In; champion, and hi« bride-to-be, Toshiko Shioya, walk into a Tokyo restaurant for their Shinto marrlare ceremony. FOSTER-MOTHER HELPS OUT- TWO lion ' „ ; lband °ned by (heir mother upon their birth, «re suckled by Schaeferhund which adopted Ihtm at the Berlin, Germany, Zoo. DEFENSE Af.DE — Roger M. Kyw, General Motors vice-president., will be Deputy Secretary of Defence in the »d- ulnislralion of President-elect .Uwlcht D. Elsenhower. Ai INVITAT.IONS _ Mrs lawrence E , ramej Knvener, nsea speelal pens to address 10.0M in- B l- t ? llle Els * nnower ln»»»«r»I ball In the nation's capital.^ ENDURING PIECE OF WORK ^^^^^3°™""™™**™ one of ereat arches of the National Cathedral In Washlnjlon.; ° " ,? T ' N -S»«'- *'«l"- «nta "<1 MghllEhlcd who sax -r cn ' lMll( "' » f Fred Ilelh<-rin E lon. I'asa.lena. Cal., «lio says ,1, work of 1-clcr Rohde, German artist about ISM with NEVER TOO OLD TO L E A R N _ Mrs. Frieda, Bcckman, 79. discusses work with fellow art students RIary Burke ' left, 18. and Mrs. Vita Loria, Z3, at a New York City hl(th school.! play "l Sj-dne'y' ? A f MlraiiL SI 's r *- Wls duri " ! milch vvilh V[c Sel «» ll—.-—__. II y ' Au . ! ^}|_»_;_S«ixa» won, 5-3, 3-6, 6-3, 8-6, 6-1 O«lshl D. Eisenhower -n , , i, £ • ,? , 5 Thls !s the Bihl<! whlch en«a «shl D. Eisenhower will use : to take Ihe oalh of ofHce as President of the United States on Jan. 20? In possession ol' ^l. John'j Lodge, No. 1. Ancient York Ma^rn. New York City, H is uiii 1. t* ZOO year. •!*).'
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