The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1952 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 21, 1952
Page 4
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' SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1952 BLTTHEVTLLE <AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES M&Sjlffifi&StiTi aTa^wA'Y*^-!^-.^!-!. ,.„ _ "* ~ •*--•*' X £•! J ft EQUESTRIAN DISPLAY — Snorllnfr distinctive hezdscar. members t>! Carablnierl, Italy's national police force, demonstrate equestrian skill at oflicers' school in Rome luring ceremonies marking 138th anniversary of corps' founding. ONLY FOR EXPERTS— Mela Elsie dots & froul somersault on pariHH bars as s'ie pruclices'for a Lenpfil perform* ance by the 1'nivcrslty of Chicago's Acroihcalcr acrobatic team. N £ W, C H I E F _ Richlrd E. MrCardlc, above. Is the new Chief of the U. S. Fores! Service. McCardlr. a member of (he service for 25 yc.irs. sucreeds Lj-le E. Waits who resigned. SMALL. SHIPBUILDER _ On day the new liner United Stales becan official Fr>nk Cronic.n Ultd oal bi. 50-lncli K»le workinj model in pool of New York" Central RARE SIGHT — Kcnluckians may have rubbed (heir eyes and looked twice as Mrs. Basil Caummissar Iransporletl tills Shetland pony 245 miles to Louisville as present Tor her dau£hter& .v IN AUL KINDS OF WEATHER_ Lack of mow I? no handicap to Hrnrl Oreiller. for he uses skis mounted on roller skates to do !jis shopping in I'aris despite heavy traffic* FAMILY ARGUMENT — Richard, male member of the Kodiak brar family al the Vow Orleans Audubon Park Zoo, tells his male, Lou, lo find her own pool of w*Ur to keep cool. WARM WELCOME — Rr-nrr .ATnrtz. 12-yfir-olci Or- lanilo, ria., rvanffflist. finds parasol a nprrssily on arrival In England for sinrt of l.i-nation, preaching tour of Europe. FLOATING C L A S S R 0 0 M_u. s. N.val Af^em, mitlshlpmen xvave from l)0\\' of TSS \\'Jsconsin at they satf from Annapolis for 8-wcek cruise In European and Caribbean watera. PAST REENACTED— Mirllyn M>tth«wi. li, of York's tercentenary celebration in July, writes with a qBill aA • illuut deik U Jeffcrdi' Tavern, famed H>ot ID o!4 Malnt »Ulaf«, N I P P O N E S E W E L C 0 M E _ M rv K, UI I T.keuchl excn.infef boil s vulh Erkichl Arakl. nrw .fanancse Ambusjdor U I li. b.. a> s..« ireets him and his daughter In \V»shin»lon. A TIGHT F IT_ Tnf SS Johnstown. 619-foot ore earlier. 1 .^^ H A bars N D Y WO R K - Monitors of French Rcpublk-an Ginrd do W3^ handMand ».t ^V«y"»?_B of .N»tionaJ Ctntcr gj fUjsicil EducaUoa and Sporls^^oiiv-Uli^. m parillel *w Ptflay

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