The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 16, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 16, 1954
Page 5
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MONDAY, AUGUST, 16, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS *AGE FIVE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES MORE ARE EXPECTED — Penguins washed up on nearby beaches when this picture was taken at the Melbourne, Australia, Zoo, created a housing and food emergency frowing daily. OUND1NC A MARK — France's March Flachard came out of this turn still uprtrht^ he won European Water Ski Slalom title over 50 competitors from seven nations at Milan, Iwlj.. 'j MAN-SIZE DO C — Owner F. K. Thompson, of Brighton. Melbourne, Australia, holds Lapana Magnetic, 161-pound Great Dane, winner of 36 first prizes, during a recent show of the breed.] EASIER NOW-Edna Selan leaves a display of modern electric mixers to try the 19th Century variety at an exhibition in the New York Historical Society. DUTCH OVEN — "Mill de Noord," tourist attraction In Rotterdam, The Netherlands, gives way to flames. The famed landmark, built in 1577, escaped harm in 1940 fire nearby. CONFERENCE ON LOCATION- Producer- director Dick Powell and actor John Wayne, who wears a beard before cameras, discuss scene for film, "The Conqueror," in OVERHEAD TARGET — Staircase of the Victoria Insurance Company in West Berlin is attractive t< L. who focus on the receding circles from the AIR SCHOOL DEAN — Brig. Gen. Don Zimmerman was appointed by Air Force Secretary Taloptt as Dean of Faculty at Air Force Academy, to be built at Colorado Sprints* FROM BITTER MEMORY — Stairway to roof of Italian author Curzio Malaparte's villa on Capri is patterned after one in Fascist concentration camp where he was imprisoned. TREE DWELLER'S DREAM — Built for their grandson. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Harris' tree house at Bradcnton, Fla., has running water, stove and sleeping accommodations. BY THE HUNDRED — Frank B. Strawn of Van Nuys. Cal., smokes a standard pipe as he looks over his collection of 342 miniatures, ranging from three-eighths inch to four inches. REMEMBERING IWO JIMA— Luke Bodor, top, works on 64-foot memorial to Iwo Jima flag-raising, which will overlook Washington-Mt. Vernon, Va., Marine Memorial Highway. S e A SONGS ON A CANAl — Admiral Robert Carney, Chief of N'aval Operations, ntnims suilar during a horse-drawn barjc outing on old C & ^ canal fromWashinKi Rear Adm, Walter Boone. Ladiei art MM. George Atkeson, Mrs, John Pratt and BEAR IREAK-IN — This baby Koc'fr.k hear at the Ciiilurrr.'. 1 ? Zoo of Brookficld Zoological Grrucns. CJiicago. secn'.s determined to do a bit of bousebrcakinf, with no holes barrcci, HEY, NOT SO FAST! — Rachel Lyslcy, four years old, of Suffolk, England, tries U »iana«e tbrec SaKkara Saluki 4fiff before competition al Saluki Societjr tbew La •«nhi»»U%

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