The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1952 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 16, 1952
Page 11
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WEBWB9BAY, "AMlflj 18, ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES STAR AND ST U D EN T_ Jacqueline duBlcf, French figure skating champion turned pro, fascinates a younc spectator In Rockefeller Center. New York, on arrival to join a show. SKIMMING ON SURFACE — AlIynTJ. Hazard handles airplane-like controls of HID hydrofoil boat, a molorboat that skates alone Long Beach, Cal., water on three metal struts. 'LAT Balbina Gutierrez, 22-year-old Parisian mannequin, holds trophy she won with title of "Latin Beauty" in Paris competition to aid flood victims. VICTORY DUNK— Still elated over his team's victory In NCAA water carnival, Ohio Si coach Mike Pcnne laughs as Buckeye swimmers loss him into pool at Princeton. N. J. SCREEN TEAM — Irene Dunne, left, anil Joan Evans, teamed together as a mother and her daughter, chat between •cenes on a Hollywood set dartac maklnc o* "U Grows oo Tree*.* FAREWELL TO MET — Klrsten FlarslatI holds tlft as ffcneral manager Rudolf Blnr hlds her farewell after final appearance, as Alcestis, in Metropolitan Opera House, New York. *"'% \" " < JvimJlF-tZZS'j'i&i' f /. 'Ik'rA&Syft WATERED-DOWN FEROCITY — Janet Lelch IE evidently on good terms with Fearless Faean, 410-pound movie tion, as she lives htm a drink between takes of Dim In UtUrwood, TRADE MASTER— Mrs. Teresa Smld. cerllfled >l a master plumber by the state of Illinois, threads pipe in the plumbing shop she and her hus» band operate .in, Cicero* SOFT LANDING— The Maid of Cotlon, Tat Alullarkcy, right, is greeted by Thcrcsila Monloz on arrival in Paris to start a European tour as cotton Industry's coodwUl atabasaador. GETTING IT STRAIGHT- Secretary General Tryitve Lie-shows Sivcdish Premier TaRe Erlander how to use dolouales earphones during latter's visit to U. N. In New York. Erik Boheman. Swedish Ambassador to United Slates watchea. ••_ .» '»• t* ,,v /t'^l EARNING CREDIT — Jranella Mincer extinguishes on oil fire during CDA rescue course at Oeontz, Pa., for which she will receive academic credit at Uloomsburj Teachers Collect. MAGNIFIER NEEDED — Conies of what Is hrllevcd to \ir. world's smallest printed hook fit into a malthhox in Munich, Germany, bookshop. The Lord's I'rajer is book's first page. .- ,T9, BE COMPLETED —«ork Is rmhcd on Home's Oljmplc Stadium so It can •• Bouara tor lUe tnsiand-Italy soccer match in May. Slauiuui will hold 81,000 spectators. ON A BIG SCALE — Marjorle Swelter plais music on "cloud-chamber howls." at Mills College. Oakland. Cal. Instrument, deiijn«d by tLuty Pirlch, U Bia4« at laboratory botllcs.. ADDING TO ITS MIGHT — The submarine fompon lies •scven-rl In Philadelphia Navy Ycrd dr>clock as workmen lower a new insert ttilh electronic scar iJtlo iU mid'Secllou.

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