WEDNESDAY, SEFT 8, 1952 8LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAG* ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ANNIVERSARY WALTZ- Cecil B. De Mill*. 11- year-old movio director-producer, celebrates golden weddln? an- .giversary with granddaughter, Dianna D» Mille, 5, in Hollywood^ ZOOMING 'SKYBLAZERS 1 — The U. S. Air Force precision (eam'frlvgs an exhlbllion it Porl Lyauley, French Morocco. The. group ivill appear for. the first lime In the U. S. at the International Aviation Exposition 111 Dttrojt, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. , SET FOR BIG BLAST— EmH Benmert, 71, listen* a* Uttle Franz Nebel, 4, sounds oft on 9-note Alpine horn belor* eoetot betwHm 112 at leuntry'j b<st at. .StJBttU, Switierlan*., ," T ,P ., — ** h Swltier, Zl, McHenrjr,.lH., boatrnaker, nears Ruiison Rlvtr Rniih 1 «f l«8-mUe, AlbanrUa-Ntw Yuk •utboard race m time of J hoars, J »ilnMt«f, 35 Me*.,**, /J HAS CANAL f LAN ^I)r.> William H. Hobbs, 88, TJnlvcrsTtr of Michigan reolortat, discusses Idea Tor waterway under Honduras mountains to icttcve • Panama Canal traffic. AT JEWEL SH 0 W — MAN OF FA R T S —William ScliirfT, of Brooklrn, N.Y, !s one of the fe\v suppliers of Model T Ford parts, which he began stockpiling when Model A look over » 1»J, .. Kalherine Casstdy shoe's dia monds and other precious ccms from the *12,000.000 California ReUil .lewelers' - Associatitm .. « thaw la Lot Ant ties. ROUNDUP LEADER— Elizabeth the roosc waddles out to pasture at mllkinc after a few iq.lla\vks. to line up the cows, leads them to Lcs Irwin'a dairy farm, Sydney, ^,"3 lime CHILDREN'S DELICH T_TI, e "White Fairy" rldei OH a ulaiil butterfly to form this colorful tableau In annual outdoor festival procession beld at Geneva, Switzerland., j ' CLOOMY NEWS FOR MNBOYS — c<-or«iu ,D»vls watch«i"new «lectronla pinselter, it« "brain" la boxyil lift, ||«|«K phM taU t»»W»f tabu at bowline ewUr )• »r»»klji«, N.T. 1 KITTEN TAKES A LICKIN'- Rult, German Bhcrherd owned by Ray Wallace, N'orwell, Mass., launders Puff, a ktltafi lie. sometimes carries around in his mouth—but lightly. OFF THE DEEP • THE DEEP END — Navy nurses hold skirts as Iher Jump Into the Naval Hospital'* swimmlnj; pool at SI. Allans, X, V., durlpr "abandon »hlp" clan in t "survival swlmminc,^ j BALCONY, SCENE — New houses •mushrooming Ml over Rome, llalj, provide visitor) a three-room apartment with> .flowered rnodern-lyjx Juliet balconlci Ulii: thcw tor JC5 a manth., j.W ATER TIGHT — This porlabte 4,750-«allon alumlmim-plMlIc iwlmminir post, « f*«i *• 1 •Ircumfcrtnce aoiJ fiv« feH high, wa» built by Fit Felrlei *(_Ner|h H*tijrwn4, C«t.
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