The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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WOWWAY, MAY II, 19B1 (AUK.) OOCTRflPR XTN1! NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES WORKING WITHIN THE WEB_ Workmen climb over slccl girders, part of ronf skeleton of engineering bull.lint al Ford Motor Company new research center, Dearborn. .Midi. FLORAL FOOLERY— Mrs. Miles R. IIoll models a lany l:at made of daisies, ranun- culi aim calendulas at the annual flofal IJeaddress Ball held for charity in Los Angeles AN UNWILLING MOUNT- Towscr. a gfani SI. Krrnard, due.sn'l a[i]ipar to show proper interest as Itny 'I'ia Jcrgcr attempts to mount him for Children's Parade at Las Vegas, \cv. B o vv I r \\ me arc r ' C l-'er'f !*v:> •»/ /*s- r *i -*..•%'••*> V<- ** * y *. V^vf^-*-, f « FX-T . * \.. *> " . * ' '_ MHi '!G OUT OF RAC E—Rrokcn elass attrl spilled 1 of tils'; collision bcUvern two entrants partjcipating itcrs' race through the streets of Munich, Germany STILL CHAM. __,„,., Clara I>nmady of Philadelphia smilrs after retaining fcer national calisthenics title In tryonta for 1932 V. S. Olympic team at State College, Pa. LOOK OUT BELOW! — University of Missouri's Boh Gordon looks as if he's due tn collect a mouthful of sawdust as lie clears the hieh jump lor upside down to win the event at the Drake lielays in DCS Mohu-s with a leap of 6 feet. 6 inches! LIVING STATUE S—University of Maryland gymnast' pose in a tableau suscesting Joe Hosenfhal's famed AP picture of Marines raisine the V. S. flair on Mt. Snrihachl, Iwo Jima. riurinff World War 11. The group visits .bases to entertain servicemen.. TRYING FOR BRITISH TEAM- U . Cormtr. It. Oram, li. N'.. lakes Bnmbl V over Water jump in Olympic equestrian trials al Uadmhittm, England, as royalty watched with spectator*. PLANNING A T R 1 P _ nr. I-ouis Bombard studies a ftailhnat model in Nircr, France, as he plans an Atlantic crossing on'.' raft with five friends, subsisting on what the occau provides. NOMINATE D —MTTOM M. Cowen, State' DepcrtaMOi : advisor and former envoy \9 th« ' •Philippines, ha» been by President Triman tc U. S. Ambassador ITALIAN ENTRY- Cianna IMaz7occhi, Italy's nnlry In tlie "."Miss L'nivcrsc" brauty content, smiles as she altcnd.s opening rcrcmonlrs of the Milan Industrial Fntr, METAL DETECTO R_K!crlrfcal Instrument developed by HHii/ Frcimd of Berlin utilizes a voltmeter \vliich helps t« locate hidden nails and oilier urmanlcil metal In auto tire*. FLORAL.TRAPPINGS OF ROYALTY- T «ll™ float representing Oueen Cleo- pitra's chjriol drawn by Sphinx moves in annual parade in lulb-srowinj district of Holland., BABY'S FIRST BAT H—Gumdrop XII, the new-born tncmy hippopolamiis al the \Vashln«lon. n. C.. Zoo. Is a handful for Ralph Norris. asri-lant !•".-! deeper, at Us firrl hjlh. Tl'.e anK V uial \\ciehcd uluc poujidi at iu birth a few days earlier. . j 'PROF cu^sc5 a ESSOR GERTRUDE' HOLDS CLASS — A,-lrrss Orrlrude I.IM rente jtiipl "ilti her iUdtnli in "Itie study of Kulcs »nj iccncs ' at CoVumbii

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