The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MONDAY, FEBRTJAHY 4, 195J BLYTHIVILIje (AKK.) COUXZEK !f»Wf ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES PREPARING FOR RIGORS OF KOREA — V. s. Marines cross rope' bridge over creek during training problem In Tolyabe National Forest. Ca!., where they undereo conditioning at cold weather camp before leaving for ih« Korean front ROUNDING INTO S H A P E sixteen - year - old Sonya Klopfer, Brooklyn, N. V., works out at Grossinger, N. Y., before departure for Olympic figure ska (in g at Oslo, Norway. ON EQUAL TERM S—British Pvt. William Speduna*. ; rix-foot, six-inch Uclorla Cross winner, chats with a. Tokyo IraftU \ cop who barely tops him with aid of toe wooden platfn GERMAN ERMIN. E—Claire Mann models ankle-length ermine cape, .once owned hy Adolf Hitler's wife, at New York thftwlu. Fur, value* at $18,090, Is to be auctioned for charity. TEMPTING THE FELINE — Swedish trainer Gilbert Houcke, wearing llitle in the way of protection, permits one of his liters to "cUw" him during circus act in Munich, Germany. TRUMAN'S AIDE- '•\Villlara H. Draper, 1 Jr., was chosen by President Truman as special representative in Europe for Mutual Security Program with rank of AmbMMdor. HOME STYLE PRECAUTION BO chances « sh« washes her cob upoa fts rttani <• , Co*, Haraburr, Germanj, after It met cuurame* f«r ocSrenar? °K^ ° ' * ' L A ~ Y -Mi« Louise Gardner, Chicago Si?!?l ^ holds gl-year-old doll with wax held as she shows »»rt of her doll collection which numbers over 500 unique items. NILE STYLE — Ancient Etj'pt's Queen Cleopatra inspired this modern headgear, with gypsy touch. Gold buttons are featured on forehead with matching Egyptian gold jewelry. ___ ESCAPING FUR Y O F T HT S f- rap,,.*,,, Nicholas, .f tlberian ,'hlp Libert,, roes ashore by breeches buoy from grounded ship near Cape Cornwall, England, during gale. r — -> .......... .^. . ~r. i i B w 9^^rsmamtmmm NAUTICAL WELCOME TO To. W E R P * L A N MUTUAL EXCHANGE. Leonard Tonder (left). Mnrfrtesboro, Ark,, and Joseph Grater, Brooklyn, N. Y.. recent , falhen of quads, trade cigars in traditional custom at \ew York. * U , UUi ^,' 9. S K ' I M ' —^Is concrete, 33-dcnrce, 168-foot runway on Holm* 0»lo, Norway, wU4 be Uic Kcot of Uie 1952 Wlnftr Olympics ski jumplof

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