The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 13, 1952
Page 9
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MONDAY, OCT. IS, WJ BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURHSR NEWS ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES V I S 1 TO R ATBALMORAJ; — Queen Elizabeth, accompanied by Dukr of Edinburgh ind their children, walks on (rounds of Scottish caslle with their fuesl young King Faisal of Iran, ROYAL GESTURE — Klnr Paul of Greet* turn* tap for Quern Frederika to drink at Mivromiti where he^lnauivrafed » water rapply ind Irritation intern financed with V. S. aid fund*. WHIRLING PATTERN OF LIGHT S —Time exposure on lights of "Flying Dutchman" create! dizzying effect at Autumn Fair in Munich, Germany. At riiht is a ferrlt wheel.* MAESTRO ARRIVES •—Arlvr« T«ceanlni, world famous conductor, arrives from Italy for nneerte with the Phllhar- monia Orchestra, his first Lon- doi cniatementa swe 1939. F 0 R T R A V E L 1 N C W B A B I E S-Hooks to carry four baby carriages are a feature of this bus shown at the annul! Commercial Vehicle Transport Exhibition in Earl'« Court, London. SIIINCTHI SIGHTS AT CAPRI_o«n. (•torn c. Marshall! former V. S.' Seerelarr of State, and hl»-wlf« •troll through streets *f Isle of CapH during their tour «f EHTOP*. HONOR CLINIC FO U N D E R S_ Dr . c. w. Mayo, right, watches is Scouts unveil statue of his rather, "Dr Charlie " «n* »nclt, "Dr. Will," touniers »1 Mayo Clink, at Koehe«4«r. Mtim. ISTEK —Harold Shantl, » TtterMl lip. lomatic officer with ill ll«l i» several eas4em Z«rep«aB capitals, has been named Unite* SUkt MmM«r t* •• FIRST SHOWING IN PUBLIC- Fo.r fcabr fl«-ers, born S lx week, before, tfcrtr deb»t at NX C**«C«M. Bcmnm. !*•, to a wk« ln>k*t hirJIj kit mouth (o hold their paw>. WARRIORS MEET— Oeorie Murphy, 85, and Sift. Kenneth JacXman, 21, meet during rally of Dlsllntuislied Conduct whM MM 35» Medal holder, attended. MOVING JOB — Floating mining Jilant of Frceporl Sulphur Co., to extract mineral from macshlinris, is towed in bayou country, on i 65'-tnlle trip from Granite Ecaille to Biy Ste. Elaine, La. SIN. RICHARD M. NIXON- Republican can. dUaU («c Vie* rrujfenl U U>* tlctUsB Mxt niwUt, GEN. DWIGHT D EISENH6WER_ Allt , porluil «f the Bepublican Mminee l"» PreitdenL - COV. ADLAI E. STEVENSON-The Democralie ' (MtctliUU fer F' e»Went U Nov. 4lb •Icclloo. SEN. JOHN I. SPARKMAN — Nomhw* *f Pemocratio puly tot Vk« f

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