The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
Page 10
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PAM TBK WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2T, ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES fARDON THE INCONVINIENC E-Skippers watch for "detours" as U. S. Inter—"—' eias* raw at Marblehead, Mass, passe* highway construction sign hung by pranksters. PIN.WHEEL DRESS ,— SWWnr detign to worn by Mrs. Hwa*(n N»ab at The ifligoe. NeUnrtandj, reception •• for b*r hMband M he left" for »ino'i Foreign Mlnbler. HELMETS^FOR SALE — Oskw Scharbow, left, displays in his Berlin antique shop window parlof his collection of Prussian war helmets. One he holds dates back to around 1819. HISTORICAL GIFT _ Ancient Roman vase and *™£ n M . ei E'""E J.-ISO pounds are given President Truman by Ambassador and Simora Tarchiani as friendship tokens from Italy, R U I T - L 1 K E — French Army recruits* headgear inspired hairdo by Gulliaume of Paris.'featuring: fbT-cclored braid lopped by ri' ' le with flying THEY JUST MET — Perhaps It's a look of reproach IrCtilia, a spotted leopard, plves the photographer for interruptlnj K romp with Felicia,'a black panther, at a Los Angeles, Cal., zoo. * R 5 ? ? ^ S E *~ Thls 78 - fo o ( launch rests !it<e a toy on rocks tmder a cliff •wept by htaTT aeas war Sydney. A»slralia. Eight men aboard scrambled », iT. ." * S —Actor Orson Welles chats with wife tf n SlSir Jae ? lles Falh at 'liter's annual costume ball in fe CorkeviUe chateau m»rkint Fall fashion show openine. CRN AMENTA L_on- enfal dancer Mara Kim models an t antique necklace of oval amethysts and pearls, and a headdress during a jewelers' national convention la New York. , K , ~ Mrs " ""'<* E "' of «•«'»!*. Sllch., Magus besfiie the blue maflin she cruifrfit on 15-thrcad line after a batlle of an hour and 38 mSnufes oft Bimlnl. British West Iniiles. Il'weiched 3SO?i pounds with a leiieth of 9 feet, 9 inches. HOBBY CARDS-Anne Turner, 14. of Sun Valley, Cal. displays part of a collection of 25,008 oldlime playln* cards she bas rathered as a hobby iu (he V Pist five years. „ BACK IN'ORDER- German - - " • •• —• •- •- — " — vjci 111411 merchant Gnenther ,„"„ rd ha5 flis straw clock Hckinf. Built by great-uncle between 1892 and, 1907, it wax reported beyond repair in 19Z7 mishap/^. FUTURISTIC DISPLAY _ Tht, «spa« ship- „ flowers entered by Parish of St. Saviour won first prize for flojla ^ * MwutMMjwj M KutU* CtokMi WaX •! itntt, ~ ^ 'BIRD N E Y — '-Gani-ry" of mtsratory Canadian rent strati aw***** miuih fcafe in rail M larciwoi^ N, ^ 3

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