WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1950 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.? COURTER NEWS 1»AGE ELEYEH THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ^V flTl NG SHI P. REMAINS IN ENGLAND — Prince George ol Denmark and the Ma%or of Hiimsalc are led bv Ihc in-iccbc-irer iluriiiR ceremonies at which the Prince presented the UamJhTi!king ship "lluem 1 (bicUs.ouml) to r.anisgale and Broadstalrs. fcnslaud. PARIS N ECKLACE- >This simulated pearl and rhlne- stone necklace is one of a series ''iglroducrd by Pierre Balrnain, ^ffl* dress designer, in showing ha Fill gowns. FASCINATION — Mrs. Ernest 3. BraiUey admires a gold salt cellar made by Be'nvenulo .Cellini, one ot the Hapsburs v. treasures exhibited at De Young Miutum, Sin Irancisco, STACK BECOMES BRICK S_ A huge smokestack breaks to sho-ivcr down thov^rr.-'s of b:'lrl<:s ihiritlff wrccltiiic: oiicr- alion at l.aiisiiif, Midi., for Oldtmobilc's cxjiansion iirogrank KEEPING TIME — Oscar Ditryca, 82-year-old dancing master, checks 2 routine of instructors Barbara Grouse and Anno , Uur/ifon at Dince Educators of America convention in New York. • SOAP TOWOOD CARVIN G-nalc Elmer (left), wim hr-r-in with soap sculpture, shows his woort carvings lo artist Robert "pashell at Ws exMbitio,, in the Berkeley, fa... library. DUTCH CHRIST — This S6-year-old house painter, father of three children, plays Christ in the Tcgclen, Holland, Tassion Play given by villagers ^ who remain anonymous, j 'NE on a •?'•'..^••?:-m< \\ igM^Kfev^S '>» ifii*fv:K;:^fKit ( ;I __ R 0 ' ENTERS THE FORUM— The "Emncror Nero" is can-It portable llironc ilitriiiE Hie second "1'allo" (eslival of Hie lloman I'ress As icror Nero" is carried into the Forum t •'""" Associatio]! in Italy. , PAMPERED PET — GIIS. sole survivor of 37 goose eggs incuhaCed on IMnssin, jVIit-li., farm of former Lieut. Oov. >'crnon .1. ' brown, of Michigan, watches Mr. Itrinvn at work in slutlj ou farm. LACE ON VELVET — Inspired by Italian Renaissance,-' I'nris milliucr Albuoy drapes \ while lace over a Venetian black t velvet trkoriK 1 , faslenlng «catlJ with a diamond din ' ,-^ KNOWS HIS TRADE —Although he lias had but one arm for the past 46 years, Charles Dyson, (above) 7.1, has been a successful paper hanger and painter In Charleston, It. !, AMERICAN DEBUT — The Volkswagen, popular- pricrtl (Icrman car, rniisrs on New York's HroatUvny after arri-. val in U. S. for exhibition at Chicaso's Inlcrn.illonal Trade Fair. A N | U A N DRYDOCK REOPENS — The 6SO-fo->l drydock at San Juan, Puerto Ico, leawd U> a private conipaiy b> U. S. Navy, has Us firsl major job alter b«iji« closed sine* IPISr S A N Rico, DOUBLE-NECKED VIOLI N_j n |,n r.iccaro, a SI. l.ouls, Mo., cabinet nukcr, riemonslrales » douhlc-neckrd violin- he eonslriirled, »t an exhibition in Chlrata. Neck is carved from' •M piece «f wwd u>4 b«tk Mn •( l^ttruAul cu I THE MASTER SPEAKS — Junior sludel-ls of the Ro.val Academy of Iljnclng hear all about it from Ccorgc Uabiulihlc, lamed I'Jlict director, at a cturily (Jidcn parly ill Lonik'u.
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