The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1952 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Saturday, March 22, 1952
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SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 19S2 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES RELICS OF THE PAST— Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, SHAPE commander, looks over exhibits in the Hittite Museum in old quarter of Ankara, during a visit to the Turkish capital. TAKES NATO POST •—Lord Ismay, British Secretary of State for Commonwealth Relations, has accepted post of Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, FASHION HINT — Linda Rae elites, one-year-old Johnstown, Pa., miss, finds mother's Spring finery much more to her taste than the Mr-pinching bonnets folks insist b»b!es wear. READY FOR T~R I P HOME — Pompadour, a red- breasted merganser duck, is ready for fliehl back home around Arctic Circle after a crushed leg ivas healed at Marinriand, Fla. NEW LEADER-Freneh Premier Antoine Piuay, a rlcht- \ving independent, reads a tlec- larMlon in Paris after he ftnd caitinct were sworn into office by French President Auriol. , C'H ICKEN IN FLANNELS — Mrs. Eva Anderson, of Harwlck. Pa., dresses chicken. Black Minnie, in red flannels. She clesinncd undies to protect her prize chickens during a Spring snowstorm. Undies come in two sections—vest and drawers- ~ GETTING A CLOSEUP _ worM fisrure skating champion nick Hutton. of En/rlcwood, N. J-, trains camera on Kussian ffnard nt the Soviet War Memorial in British sector of Berlin during tour of Germany with U. S. Olympic skaters. r * ft / 7* L*f'< v-C V'V, \ S S toy so ••) G ON A^HOBBY — Dou'Ias Fairbanks, Jr., expUira tMory of V's rnUccHon nT crs and military equipment lo daughter, Melissa, t, at faciiic Paliiades, Cal., home. < ! -> > ,^> ' »\ ifijTU i^ , {** A^. f. 7 SEAMANSHIP CLASS— WIfh their ship, the Nlhon Maru, .if anchor in Shimliu harbor, itudenti of Japanese Merchant Marine School learn to handle lifeboats during training." COSTUME CONTRAST — N E uyen Ifuy Lai, Vietnamese officer of Assembly of French Union, chats with Mme. Jean Masson 14. Farii rectptiou for Union and Parliament members. ALL DOLLED UP— Two-year-old Orletta I.andani looks like a doll of the past as she parades past the Judges at a children's ball In the ArUstlo Club, Rome, Italy. ATOM MAN_sirJohn Cnckcvoft. rtirerlnr of Great PritaJn's atomic rrsearch rstali IKhmrnl, arrives in Xcu- York tnronle to Ihe Chalk River f'anadian atomic energy plant. STRICTLY AT EASE — Capl. It. D. ITivJp. skipper of Ihc carrier llairoko. Innks over Checkers, sleeping misrot of Marine fighter-bomber squadron, in his palh during inspection. FURTHERING HER S T U D I E S — Ray iTouson. of \Vcsi •""'• '-.'.",]'nt S , ir;! 1 "-i-Tiv :i's Ar-i:!~''Dn. puls on flippers ' HAZARD— Wall StnKv. Jr.. of Uir cinbanknuiil iuU waler liuring crainin« it^i T. s. Fqnr^rlAn Tram (ikes Reno Rhythm at CiaiUen, S. C\« Cor Olyiupic Gft

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