The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 23, 1952
Page 7
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NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES 'THftlROK-AJtMGD SOtDIFR 'OM> AStiUHCOtN CAKB OUT O? THE GAU.ANT OIB SO1DJER IN THE OXDI'OWN To- 1900 OH,HO,CBOV5ER, Soon WHEN J&ittHS "VOWS ARE CoswrtO WORK WE GO" BARRELING RIGHT ALONG-Traln In flooded area ol St. Paul, Minn., moves along at a snail's pace, as trainmen in water (arrow) push ban-els, floating on huge pile a! lelt, from submerged tracks. START SINGING AND HUMMING; CAMPAIGN SONGS ARE COMING-Now that Eisenhower lupporters have lustily taken up the Irving Berlin hit, "1 Like Ike," you can. bet your favorite-son 11. p '". lhat nval campaign managers will throw their "tune sense" in. Pictured nbove is »at pohticos have been saying it with music since 1840. If this year's crop of campaign songs is anywhere near as colorful mid catchy as those celebrating Lincoln and Al Smith, the 1S52 race should please everyone—musically, that is. MOTHER^pF THE WORLD—Senor* Host Markmann d« Gonzsloz-Vldela wife of Chlle'i preil &«•? CoTmmeT aTwiu lournty^om'''^.^.^^ ^^^^^'.^1-^'^ * ^™U Mf V".l"'5.'fc, Mm '± r>I ?H T - ^° m IT" 1 5™"' G«»'«-v!de^ efde^daughUr "s-nl: zL, d. Claro. her y^li ^^ ^J ^ "oi ^Tu^.'^.tS^r ^^ G ° to ' 100% FIERY CEREMONIAL—Almost a million spectators stood with bared heads as flames from an elaborate funeral pyre consumed the body of the late Prime Minister of Ceylnn, n. S. Senanayaha. Five .thousand school children led the mile-long funeral procession j in Colombo. PER CENT OF TOTAL FUEL fNfUGY PRODUCED IN THE UNITED STATES 1920 TO 1951 I9JS 1940 COOliinB Wilh gos " '" nn . revolution" will continue u» 1952 and future years. ^ The portrait will stand four stories high. general. __ ,„, ; , „„_. DRUMSTICK FACTORY-"Tippy," bantam chick with four lees is admired by Mnrgarct Martinet, of Miami, who says she's never encountered such a bird before, in all her years ot chicken- raising. Tippy, who ,s the answer lo a drumstick-lover's dream, uses three ol his legs to navigate with, and saves one for a "spare- - ~ *.<-^« lt -*^'-^"^ " w 1 «i»u_S: •¥- J fi^fcrt^ r^ ^ *^^ai!^^l^"v^ ^*A^ c 5 r^f? V l!Ip G r9h FF FOR , M| SS LIBERTY-Called the 'newest and speediest" of the Navy^ surface The Navy °s mfmTbo" T"""" '7 b °V S Whi "" P: ' S ' t! ' e Staluc 9 ' Uberty in Ncw y °^ harbor I he Navj is mum about the aclual speed of the 7,i-to n . B9-foot-long craft, but says it's faster than World War II PT boats. M~T^r---** — * _ _ . ' WHAT WOULD MAMA-SAN SAY?-Kveryono but the twr, gentlemen hiding their faces with briefcases seems to be_ enjoying the back-scrubbing routine engaged in by n patron of a Tokyo burl«qu« house. He U engaged in an old Japanese custom, as audience partkipaUon is part o^ r"ppone« burlesque show routine. ORIGINAL CONTAINER-Arlene Browder. S b -™= sSRirsA-- o-. Cow Pgijc* U WM around grimly Ironic sicn on highway 20, in history overflow (arinlands and ciUc^_

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