TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1955 BI.YTHEVri.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ATOMIC ACE SPECIAL— Workmen in Woburn Sands, England, look at plastic suit with air tubes designed to protccl atomic factory workers from dangerous radioactive dust. FOR MUSIC'S SAKE — Wearing musician's while gloves with fingers hare to knuckles, Pfc. .Merlon Carpenter, South RoyaKon, Vt., plays life in U. S. 5th Infantry band in Germany. VERY POPULAR — Movie star Clark Gable is surrounded by admiring -Japanese showgirls during Visit to Tokyo's "Coney Island" while enroute to Hong Kong to make a new film. HEP YOUNGSTERS— Korean children, obviously enjoying their song and dance routine, entertain V. S. Marines durinr dedication of Bong 111 Chong Military School in Korea. Marines sponsored the school built with Armed Forces aid. SHOW OF HANDS Contrasting gloves and glove-hat at new Paris showings, is novel "marriage" in fashion by glove-maker I'crrin and milliner Alcxandre Carlta. FLOATING SOUND — \Yhen the I'aul Dumont family moved to a new home in BloominKclale. N. J., everything was floated, even the piano, to a one-acre island in Glen Wild Lake, OIL TRANSPORT DOWN UNDER- Those pipes carry crude oil from (he tanker jetty to the new Kwinana refinery Hearing completion near Fremantle, western Australia. NEW AMBASSADOR — Maurice Couve deOlurville, new French Ambassador to U. S., succeeding Henri Bonnet, until recently was French representative in NATO. SEA-DOOMED — Hotel on the island of Sylt, off North German coast, has been ordered demolished because pounding of waves against shore is eating away ground on which H stands. MRS. AMERICA IN PARIS-Mrs. Wanda Jennins*. 28, of St. Louis, is given French looking lesson by chef Eugene Lcrch during European trip she won in beauty contest. SANTA, DUTCH STYLE- Holland's St. Nicholas, whose birthday is observed Dec. 6, rides through streets at Amsterdam after official welcome "from Spain" by Queen Juliana. GANGWAY IN GONDOLA TOWN — Venetians, accustomed In canals and fondolax, lakf to gangway at Si. Mark's CalltcdraJ rather than slosh through rain-Hooded city. VISIONINC THE FUTURE- llerblc Packer. 3. and Palll Fillnpl, (i, of Klklns Park, P.i., stretch their necks during a prc-Chrlstmas visit to a sfed factory In Philadelphia. GETTING A START — Patrolman .lack Herrick conducts a class In auto drlvlni, tlrmini pollc« friendship, far students at Whakon Junior Hi|h School, millninuft WM.
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