The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1952 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 14, 1952
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PAGE SIX (ARK.) COURIER SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 195J ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES fT7f?fTCFr'T-', ~ ri £V>& V*A\ >,*'> ;-v><£j4j, i • •.jy&ivfyS'^- <i4&"*.,' iW'*J*'A'M A '< ' '''* * »<*,?: ,',; '-. wy/*v; P. "^V-Mf '" ,,'>'>'/^W ^JU"' J^Y^'^-'''*^' ... . Sti _ START OF PEDAL T O U R _ Comnclilors In Tonr Of Italy race, pass Ilirouch Cathedral Square. Milan, at start o( 22-day, 2,410-mile marathon which emls In same city. KEEPING IN FORMATION UPSIDE O O W N -It is bottoms up for four Bristol Mettor FR-S'l ai they reach tap of a loop with aircraft camera recording the perfect formation durinj KAF ficbter rKooaalMaiMC. in Ibc MM4!e East - -^--T—-—««. _-,, i * _ *" 'r"^ STALEMAT E— Ens-land's N«t Lofrhouie, left, MI* Bini> F«rwlo of Italy, battle for the hall on goalllne durlnit the tnler. nation*! soccer match at Florence which ended in a 1-1 deadlock. COLLEGI • noHs; Marcl* •Vookllne, ATE CAPER S— Elaine IUn*on. Washington. D. C.; Elizabeth Erickson, Mtnne- Braman. Mlddlebnry. Conn.; M»rj Ellen Frledlander. New York, and Erlka Relder, lett to ri(h4. W trinity itadMta. «MK« at Ir« Dar fwiiviUu w e«llece STILL WORKING — At tt, VHIorio Emannele Orlando, former Italian Premier and lole survivor of *'Bif Four 1 * «f the VersmllleH Peace -Confer- UMC, work* J» ki> K*au kome. fOV N D , N C F ATHTRKO NORED- Mcmorh, Ta'k"™ 1 ' 011 ' A™""/" Malrsman. will l, t dc<ilcaTcd In Park, Chlcaso, July 6, eve of Republican Conv.ntloa, NEW CHIEF-u. Gen. John R. Hodnr. commander of the Ttird Army, has succeeded Crn, Mark Clark, new U. N. commander In Korea. »« Chief of Army Fie 14 F«rm. IET FOR HITCH-HIKE FLIGHT — A partlj-dlsmantled Navy Skyrocktt pl»«e k» Mt«n<d down InfMe an Air Force Globemasler at El Stcurfo, t«l, fw a AlfM t* -T'lSpW 11 "™ •HF / d_ ' ^'-'-Jf BM«^«pSif l™^ ^••^ijkcn ^jj.ft-fc-ji • *•' 1 i —r jflPKj^K..^ AMERICANS MARCH IN GERMANY — Some of 10.000 American troops participating in Armed Force* Day parade move past spectators on street in Frankfuti, Gcnunr- ACTIVE ACTOR S _ Jane Nortell pracMc** with John Devereaux, grandson of the lal« matinee Idol John Drew, for foil! tournaments of American Theater Wins program in New Turk. HUNGRY AND H 0 M E L E S S - Moved from their Best when parents adopted other birds, these baby robins live In » . box and are fed by Mri, Jack Schomake, Waukesht, Wb. '' WED IN ENGLISH V I I I A r- c Hsl T^h v n , , t ~ r>r - T -"° Tirn Chln - Camhrlrlce ;-nlversl(r sc!en(M, Ksl Teh, .Norlharaplon, Mass,, walk la weddio* uraccwiwt »l ThaxUd, —™"»™^*:-vwv^ -"«*:-TT^««_. u~**&*^^fmfr.*H*SIZX$&j?7..ZXi£X3al^" ^^i^-WIWB^T^B^WBWStW^WWA^-.:.^^*^^. - REDUCING.SLUM AREA S —The Pucrta de Ticrra low-Income honslns pr . ta heart of *U SM JVAB, P»«rt« Rko, leu- w*t*rfi»m. Tb< •!•>«• «•!»• k*vi W4 — rise*

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