The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1951 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1951 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE + +ASSOCIATEDPRESS NEWS IN PICTURES i. AN SWERINC CALL FOR ASSISTANCE— s/Sgt. Hugh Fowler prepares tor practice rescue Jump from helicopter during training in Japan. He carries complete medical tear. CLIMAX OF YOUTH F E S T I V A I—Crowds line both banks of a stream to watch the fireworks display In Berlin/1 which officially closed the East German Youth Festival. SWAN'S NEST-Grace• ful feathers In swan form perch en black feather* in tUs.cock- Ull hat nhown by Balenciaga' In fuia. Diamond necklace 'MISS SPARKS'— Ylw» (cq) TomwaH, M, of Solves- - borg, Sweden, is all smiles as she tunes her receiver after her first, I wirelM* operator »a the Swedafc ship Lcbelm, J CITTINC READY TO M 0 V E _ with the hunt- i Ing season in northern Ontario approaching, this buck Is caught by I the camera for a split-second before bounding away into the bush. AGED IN WOOD — Explorer Russell C. Fry, investigating American Indian culture in northern Arizona, smokes ancient Cohonina Indian pipe which resembles clear bolder. THE MASTER'S WAY— Margaret Truman llskns • s Irving Berlin plays and sings a number during their rehearsal tor tho lelcviiiciu revue, "Irving Berlin's Salute to America.^, ACROSS THE YEARS — Bernard Bariich, adviser to president, meets eight , Divld Loeb, held by his mother, during an 8Ist birthday visit to New York's Central •month-old Park. FAR FROM 'CARES O F O F F I C E_ Secretary of State Dean Acheson sands edges of s. mahogany piece f» be fashioned Into a bowl IB workshop of his weekend home In Maryland. EASTERN RHYTHM _ Odd-looking reedllke butrn- mi-nt U played by Chinese participant .in Bast German Youth Festival entertainment on Unt*« ". Dto Unden i« B«Bn.[ 1 TUMBLERFU L_j C iebel, two-week-oltl Chihuahua, puppy weighing Just eight ounces, is grateful for cool sides of glas> in Long Beach, Cal., home during summer heat wave. HEAVY CASUALT Y_Guy N. Cherry, 27-year-old LOOT Beach, Cal., disc jockey scaling 640 pounds, Is a weighty problem for hospital atlendants after his car crashed into a building. ' V II E SWEETEST MUSIC...' — Orchestra leader Guy Lombardo kisses his mother as Guy, Sr., took* m dorlof tutatt' joMo vtiiini nttrtntif xtotoathMI it a»»t»»'taky CITY ANGLERS— Far from bountiful streams, thrse youngsters dip their lines In Central Park lake during small fry FOR BONFIRES ONLY —Milton Bunker, of Escanaba, Mich., drives a baby fire truck : with a lUtB Ju*i a» }»*1.»«J

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