The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 4, 1953
Page 3
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(SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1953 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ^5SS> v T* " -^ilrifHK' ~ ^TT'^ ~v >.-¥• ^ar/"- •: i AT A STANDSTILI Police attach tow-line to one of two cars that by earth slides resulting from rainstorm on Cross Island Parkway. New York City. 1 1 ANGLER'S A I D E- Actress Shirley Tegge puts to- Rether a trout fly In Hollywood. She's made trout flies a paying: hobby since high school days in Iron River, Mich. WELL-BALANCED TOT— Teresa Ann Mascio. weeks old. may have trouble sitting up but none standing as balances herself on her mother's palm in their Philadelphia ho . 17 she me. r~ LEISURE TIME PAYS 0 F.F _ u. Chris Gcorgef., former Toledo art student now with U. S. Air Force, paints re- llj-ioas scene in Frankfurt, Germany, billet. His work sells well IN NEW FIELD- Mrs S. 3. Gall, the Betty Compson of silent screen days, Shows a ciga rctte-snuffing ash tray she and her husband manufacture ill Giendale, Cal. GETTING IN SHAP E—Joyce McClung. second baseman for the Tomboys, one of the nation's better women's Softball teams. leaps high after a line drive during spring training, at Atlanta, Ga. The learn will make a nationwide lour this summer. ROOM FOR EVER Y BOD Y-Airman 2/c Richard K. Mai-key, Miami. Fla., who is -i feet, 7 inches tall and is believed to he the smallest man in Air Force, chats with Airman 2/c Floyd G. Hunnicutt, of Fort Worth, at Carswcll Air Force Base, Texas. HELP WANTED — Sultana II tries to lead her Ihl-cc-mniiths-old cub out of moat Into which tiny polar bear fell at Milwaukee's Washington 1'ark Zoo. kamp was built to ret bears out BEAUTY KNOWS NO AGE- Mrs. Fannie Simpson, 99, of Vergcnnes. Vt.. inspects her first haircut and permanent. Holding mirror is beautician Ruth Merrill who did halr-stvlln«. NOMINATED —William Howard Taft III, Gaelic-speaking son of Senate Republican leader'Taft, has been nominated by Presidenl Eisenhower as U. S, Ambassador to Ireland. SWEET STYLE-Candy- striped hal. gloves and blouse in pink and white are the cycr calclicrs as worn with a gray ront dress by model in a Londo spring fashion show. II juigHfe^ wwmW!vKH«NHK^H»""i SAFE AIRY PERCH — These London babies play In a mct-l e.i., oulstdt -i window of llieir second lory home Cag« provides for safe airing of children who live far from parkv NEW CHURCH SHAPE— Men attend a mission in new Blc.ssed Sacrament R. C. Church in Holyoke, Mass., which depart* from traditional church architecture by be in* oclaconal la ->*»*^ WELCOMED TO FASHION'S H 0 M E_Allc e Corr. renter, 19-year-old Queen of Collnn from Pr'ma. Ala., waves v\.m\ h"r a.-i-:val at Orlv Field, Paris. On hand to greet her are cotton ilrtH-garbtd f u '^ u&uuciuint, Sjlviiia, lett and Vv»nn* HOMES FOR PUERTO Rl C-A N S — Aerial view shows the Morons Torres hnilsln project near San Juan, 1'. K. 11 cunsistt uf 2,SOD apartiucnU with livlnl quarlen for 18,»8». '

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