The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 3, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, August 3, 1954
Page 7
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES •,, S " „'• .., BACK IN ACTION — Fish-catching beak of a bittern, broken in a brawl with another bittern at a Providence, R. I.* park aviary is riveted together with a silver plate. A VERY FAMOUS H 0 R S E _ Film studio workers in Rome, Italy, maneuver the Trojan Horse, 40 feet high and weighing 20 tons, through a gate on set of "Helen of Troy" film. FILM BEAUTIES — Three screen stars meet at a film festival in Berlin, Germany. From left are Sofia Loren of Italy, Yvonne De Carlo of Hollywood and Italy's Glna Lollobrigida. FAR EAST BEAUTY — Marjorie Wee, 21, an air hostess chosen "Miss Malaya" in Singapore, will compete in 1954 "Miss Universe" beauty contest at Long Beach, Cat SELF-CONFIDENT — This tiger cub, only seven weeks old, looks like a rugged little customer as he i* introduced to the public at Bronx Zoo, in New York VISITORS FROM A M E R I C A_TheU. S.Navy training vessel "Eagle," formerly the German "Horst Wessel," is ahown in Amsterdam harbor. The Netherlands, during recent visit. SPIRITUAL CLEANSING- Worshippers, celebrating the water festival of Torigoye Shrine, get into boats in Tokyo canal for purification rites in Sumida River. TINY MIKE — Singer Joan Dlener shows eight-ounce wircl-^s microphone apparatus developed by NBC to be hidden in cosl - giving television performers new freedom of movement. FU R TO MATCH — Mrs. Rosalie Noble, wearing * wild mink coat, carries a mink- covered typewriter as she reports to secretarial job witbi husband, a London furrier. IMPERIAL ATMOSPHERE- A student takes notes in Paris' Hotel des Invalides beneath figurehead of the ship which returned Napoleon's ashes from St. Helena after his death. SETS RECORD — Jan Uhre of Copenhagen strides ashore after setting a record of 13'/2 miles in four hours for being towed underwater while wearing a diving apparatus. NATIVE MATERIAL— A Japanese textile plant employe inspects yukata, a lightweight cotton used for summer kimonos, before it is wound into bolts and shipped to retail stores. T R A i- &• ) J L . S S 0 N i — Gorman ;,,: ::\r, rrs ride hik-~ r.-^d toy autos around West iieriin traffic garden •pencd by police U teacto safe road rules through experience. FOR SKILLED DRIVERS- Off-course bus that mir'jft! a, rc-d in souf'iern France is inched thrnuch narrow 13lh century gate at Roc Amadour without as much as a scratch. YEARS OF SCOUTING— Charts F. Seaman, left, and his grandson. Herble Klaiber, 14, of Greenfield, Mass., celebrat* their Eagle Scout awards made »n grandpa's 43rd

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