PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1954 IN COMMUNISTS' BACK Y A R D - Huge cross dominates scene at Leipzig:, in Soviet zone, as 35,000 East and West German Protestants hold sixth open-air church rally. YOUNG EQUESTRIENNE- Shirley Thomas, 18, of Canadian team, guides Revlons White Sable over bars in workout for International Horse Show at White City Stadium, London. SINGS OF BAS S— Singer Perry Como and son. Ronnie. hold striped bass they caught off Cuttyhunk Island. Mass. Fish caught with trolled eelskins, weighed 29, 38 and 40 pounds WATER W A G 0 N _ A "swamp buggy," designed and built in Kansas for use in Minnesota pipeline construction project*, rets a deep-water test in Cave Lake, near Dodge City. It can run on hard or soft ground, in or out of water. FOUR-SQUARE- This four-dimension beret, with a matching: handbag-, is of white brushed beaver with black "beauty spots," pointed ui> with scarlet quills. WHOOSH-ING OVER WA S H I N C T 0 N _ The 95-ton Boeing 707, first American jet airliner, designed for commercial or military use, soars over Puget Sound on maiden flight. GYMNASTIC REVUE — Sixteen hundred students, ranging in age from 10 to 13, perform in baseball park at Caracas, Venezuela, celebrating construction of 132nd public school. NOMINATED — Charles I. Schottland of Los Angtics is President Eisenhower's choice for Commissioner of Social Security, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, BRIGHT MOMENT — A radiant smile lifhts up the face of this blind British lad as actress Marlene Dietrich kisses him durinr a garden party for sifhtless children in London. CURE FOR ACHING FEET- Maha Rani, 35- year-old German circus elephant, got these slippers in Frankfurt after reportedly developing foot trouble from concrete floors.; REPLICA OF FAMOUS- LADY-puertoRican Boy Scouts polish replica of Statue of Liberty before second Anniversary celebration of island's commonwealth status. NEAR THE Th,r< Av, «£,," WORLD-WIDE HOBBY- Pipc collector M..j. "Blackic" Felsen, of Burbank. Cal., smokes one from Egypt's .President Naguib and holds two he carved for the General. MARINES LOSE A BATTLE — A patrol of U. S. Marine Reserves from Fort Schuylcr falls far behind a jeep trench digger in a digging demonstration at Scarsdale. N. Y.
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