The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1951 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1951 BLYTHEV1I.LE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINB ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES MISS EUROPE, 1 9 5 l-Jacn.iielineGrcnlon.20.blor,rfc: Swiss professional model, holdi aloft ribbon desienalins her it MlM Europe »f(er winning beauty contesl in Palermo, Italy. <>• MOVING THROUGH THE HEART OF CHICAGO — The GOO-fuol Tom M. Ginllcr. a former ocean vessel converted inl» in ore ctrrler, moves past the opened Madison Street bridge on (he Clilcajo River enroule to Lake Michigan. FOR MISS AMERICA'S AFTERNOONS— "olleen Kay Jinlthins, Miss America of 19S2, weirs t flare-skirted blue cotton dress with melon sleeves and blick velvet piping. SENTINELS OF DESTRUCTION — Pillars of ruined Seoui nubile museum rise »b»v» tn« weed-etKrusted site as mule reminders of the balUes for the Sovth Korean** capital. ms^£SMiSt : sSsS3SiX^mKS£££SK^^sa^fai mm MI'I t,t*fmammmmm*m^mmmmmmm^m^mm4 UNVEIL NEW GRID WRINKLE— Notre Dame's Iwcklield line, up In the "f* formation, somethlnr new in the gridiron lexicon, which has befuddle* opponenU ol the Irish. AMONG RECIPIENT S—Comclr. P. J. Williams hold. South Korean children at Pusan orphanage after ceremony In which his command, hospital ship Repose, donaletl needed items. ISRAEL'S BEAUTY —Micha Harrison (above). 20, * kindergarten teacher in an immigrants camp near Haifa, \vas chosen over ii finalists as the 1351 beauty queen of Israel. CARPENTER WITHOUT S 1 C H T_ Alex Men- xvissrn. blind carpenter of Cliaska, ^linn., lays rlrice shlnglfs on house roof depending upon developed senses of touch and hearings , EVENT- I.eila U Morse, descendant aiitt \V. B. Patterson, prcsiclcnl Morse Club nf America, inspecl a JOO-ycar-olcI scntllng key at t]iE llailroad Telegraphy Centennial luncheon In Los Angeles. N EW NAVY A I D E- Ilerbert II. Askins (above), 52, 1'hocniv, Ariz., business man, lias been sworn En as AssJstant Secretary of Ihc Navy In a ceremony at Washington. FLORAL THANKS— Bounuets are presented io Mrs. Ferlc iHcsta, I'. S. Ambassador to Luxembourg, and actress Irene Dunne (r.) at party riven by them to Luxembourg City orphans. LAYING DOWN THE LINE-- Street strlpln? macMnr InvrnUd by a Tacom*. \Vaih,, policeman, Iaysjlo\\a double center line and luo ouLsitle Lines in Los Angeles demonstration. FELLOW ACERS — I'. S. Army C.ipt. A. L. Dum jrrert* Ni,'.'.',!:(> ^rkiMrs aftrr litler marte lio!c-in-rnc at same Shionama Golf Course >iolc, Jipan, \\hcre l)iun nccompIislicJ (cat earlier. RETURNS TO BIRTHPLACE — x tw York's Mayor Vincent R. Impcllltlerl sp«*k« from l>alcon> to pojmlacc gallicicd In Uncllo, Sicily, to welcome tlir ^Ia>or to hb birtlipUct.

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