PAGE TWELVE BLWHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUniER NEWS. WEDNESDAY, TONE 10,19B3 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES UP AND OVER — Lucius C. Porlcr, 72, retired Conjrre- •jltional missionary, clears hurdle at Bclolt, Wts. A hurdler in s- college days, he runs two miles daily in good weather. STREAKING SENTINELS— Sabrcjets, based nn Lang Island, patrol over Men- York City. The FSGFs, in the 600- rnile-an-liour class, are part of the "inner defense ring" around the city. Manhattan K in the foreground; Brooklyn and Queens in rear. IRAQ'S NEW KING S A L U T E S-Kte Feisal ' II, left, holds up Field Marshal's baton following enthronement in Baghdad. Prince Abdul Illah, former Regent, is at right. MESSAGES FLY — West Bcrlincrs at May Day rally look on as some 3.000 pigeons tarry trettlnrs to fellow Germans in Soviet-dominated East Berlin. At right is tutted Keielistag. LIBRARY TREASURE — Ellene Wray, of Huntington Library, San Marino. Cal., holds rare first edition ofj Shakes-,; Scare's "Hamlet," on 350th anniversary of printing of the play.rj r AT HOME IN NEW HOME— One of three seals recently arrived at Copenhagen Zoo from Chicago opens jaw» in outsize yawn obviously satisfied with comfort* of, new tome. r MISS LEBANON —Leyla Saroufin, i\Iiss Lebanon 19f>2, models new styles in Baghdad, Iraq, benefit for Red Crescent in Middle East. She \\ ill compete for Miss World title. ffft^M MASTER OF THE ARTS — Lionel Bavrymore, recently 75 and eldest member of flic. famed slage family, shows some of the pictures he has painted at his home near Chatssvorth, C'aL WISE OLD 0\VL? — Confused by daylight or city traffic, this barn owl blinks after capture on Indianapolis street. Assistant State Entomologist Paul Ulman holds it in his office, > BRAID CORONET — Ballet dancer Ludmiilii T^herina, serving as a model, d!5plays a coronet of wired fiberglass braids, designed by Antonio, Parisian hair stylist. 'KID OF THE YEAR'- Jackie Adams, 6, of Clear- Held, Pa., named "Kid of the Year" for his heroism in crawling from a crashed plane to set help, receives (lie Junior Chamber of Commerce award from Vice rretideul Nixon in Washingtoiu HEADING FOR TIGHT QUARTERS — First family Into a SYu'ark. N. .7., low-rent housing project may fee iqucczc. Ht»dinK for seven-room apartment arc John ami n c | C n Washiiifitun am! 13 children. Tiie father plans douulc-uecKer miii fed » SALUTE FROM C Y C L E _ r v l. Kenneth Frost, of Ilhici, N. Y,, based In Frankfurt, Germany, with a Fourth Division Shn»l Company, salutes Capt. Euscne J. Rytfilim. -wf. Kenoslia, .W'U, u he ptHtf tl» effictr in the »*rett an hi* ieU-m»de unlcycle.
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