The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 11, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 11, 1954
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES WORLD CHAMPION — Winner's smile lights up face of Miss U. S. A.. Miriam Stevenson, of Winnsboro, S. C-, after receiving trophy as Miss Universe at Long Beach, Cal. DUTCH STYLE— Opera star Eleanor Steber talks with owner of houseboat she rented in Amsterdam. Holland, on concert tour, due to house shortage. Director James Fassett listens. COMING ALONG— Don Williams and Dona Kae Monacelli, of Albion. N Y.. feed a five-week-old fawn, fitted with peg leg and restored to health after being hit by mowing; machine. MUSHROOMS TO EARTH — Japanese farmers pause to watch paratroopers of the U. S. lS7th Regimental Combat Team float to earth in maneuvers at Oita, southern Japan. The unit saw action in two mass airborne attacks in the Korean War. STRAWBERRY FAN — Princess Alexandra, 17- year-old daughter of Duchess of Kent, enjoys hand-served strawberries at her home in Buckinghamshire, England. RECEPTION COMMITTEE— Kim Chia, architectural student at Melbourne University, Australia, meets resident kangaroos while planning enclosures at Healesville Sanctuary. SOVIET HORNPIPE— In contrast to familiar Soviet deadpans, crewmen of a Russian fighting ship dance for entertainment of their hosts during visit to Stockholm, Sweden. NEW COMMANDER T~ Major Gen. George Honnen, of Philadelphia, is the new U. S. commander in Russian- surrounded Berlin, succeeding: Maj. Gen. Thomas Timberman. DIVIDED ON ALL COUNTS— Six candidates for Governor of Idaho, who ap- po-cd on same platform at Nampa. adjourn outdoors for a simulated tUK-cf-war at lawn party vh'ch followed political meeting, rosin*, from left, are Democrats Clark Hamilton Joseph McNcw • and fantril Nielsen pulling against Republicans John Sanborn, Urry Gardner and Robert Smylie* FROM 11 MILES AWAY— This view of Washington Monument was taken from Bethesda. Md.. with tha Army's new "Peeping Tom" camera which has 26-mile range.] LEAVING THEIR CARS BEHIND — competitors in the West German Soap Box Derby of 1954 leave their cars momentarily to attend ceremonies before race at DuisburzJ r~ HERO'S AWARD — Princess Margaret presents John Price, 18, of Essex, with American Cup, donated by U. S. 8th Army Air Force when in England, for work during 1953 floods. WAR TO PEACE — German submarine U-505. cap- turrd in World War II. if in drydock at Chicago being readied as a war memorial for the >1 of Science and Industry., §F™lvV" *"'^\ ?>^Cv^^^SK* ?*tC» ---^^^fc»5 v Vx^^^^|f^«'a^^l .»*»... > ™"'»w-«,* -. JCcWWfl^*"\^sfe»>.Nx*S'«k,>3SXX«SHS ss^raS^Pv^:'^ - : "t^^\i\ ^^^^teffi^ »»^^^i^» tJ&VKM*** ^v««v, ¥s^^ v y Xv.-f'S? 1 ' -"-U^Mar sssi^x c ^^^r,c^^^^^^^ •W*? H . V o.x5.jv s ..' <•» *rtA^^««~~t-^.«i^^v~JlBS888MS^^w>^ %N \« ™8»v<i,v* - <•--•" *-y*i>S> <*M*Mas WHALE OF A TIME— Islanders in bouts drive small whales into shallow water at Thorshavn. principal town of Faeroe Islands, in North Atlantic between Iceland and Shetland*,

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