The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1954 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 5, 1954
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 5. 1954 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ALLWOOL AND YARD W I D E _ Th i s ball of wool on the hoof won, for owner, Clifford Nocholson, of Lincolnshire, prize as best shearing ram in Windsor, England, show. GLORIA IN A CLASSIC MOOD_ Actress Gloria Swanson blends Eastern and Roman atmospheres as she relaxes in a difficult Yogi exercise during a vacation in Rome. BALLOONING HOME- Bryan Xewkirk's Buzzy II. from Toronto, crosses finish line to take second straight racv: of International George Cup series on Lake Ontario, Rochester, N. Y. SPEEDING T 0 V I C T 0 R Y _ Werner Siefert and his co-pilot in craft at left take a look at their engine as they speed to victory in 2oOcc outboard touring ciass of the 1954 German Grand Prize Motorboat Races on Lake Constance. POOL COQ! Polar bears at the Rome, Italy, 7.00 enjoy a romp in the pool under sweltering summer sun. Amoii£ zoo's chief attractions they're the envy of perspiring visitors. EXTRA TOUCH — This striped linen beach outfit shown in Berlin, Germany, has a novel addition in the Peter Fan collar worn on bare shoulders— with earrings. LIVE NECKPIECE — Kafupe, bush baby mascot, perches on collar of Miss Terry Fisher. Northern Rhodesia javelin thrower in British Empire Games at Vancouver, B. C. PARADE IN CARACAS— Goosesteppinjr troops in "Fatherland Woek" celebration of K3rd year of Venezuelan independence were described as warning- to outlawed Communist party. VISITOR FROM THE HILLS_A tame deer, no distraction for the golfer putting, noses around - the course which Portland, Ore., voters have approved as site of a new 200. COOL YET NO SUMMER COMFORT — Ice on a bit of Arctic waste offers little comfort for the seamen from an American ice cutter paddling ashore during a survey. NO NOSE FOR QUILLS — This sad boxer owned by H. H. Johnson, of Phoenix, Ariz., feels that even the silliest porcupine should know a nose isn't proper place to deposit quills. I?? '* ' Z * ™ Danlcl Gal «sha waves to his son, Jimmy, 4, as the lad starts for a spin hit V/x horsepower auto, mad« from spare parts at their farm in WHliamstown, Mass. BANKS FOR SAVING — Dan Oredson, of South Pasadena, Cal., holds a mechanical bank, one of 125 in collection back to J869, some of which shoot coini and »pcn door* RECORDING NATIVE COSTUMES — Yale University Gle* Club membcrt Uke pictures of two Welvh firta on visit to Llanfollcn, North Wales, international MU

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