The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1954 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Friday, September 10, 1954
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVHXE (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 -FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1C, 1954 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES WILLIAM PENN OFF B A S E > - statue, appearing to adorn top of unfinished Penn Center building, Philadelphia, is of William Penn on City Hall tower in background. FEEDING TIME — Deer, one of many tamed "wild" mnimals kept by R. H. Harper on a five-acre tract at East Point, G»., rises on hind legs to take a snack from its owner's hand. VOLUNTEER SWEEPS- Schoolchildren who have volunteered to sweep streets as a vacation-time exercise, wielr* their brooms in plaza fronting the Imperial Palace, Tokyo. T U R B 0 - P R 0 P P L A N E 0 N FIRST FLIGHT- Turbo-prop engines lift Air Force's YC-130, new cargo, personnel carrier, in half usual distance, for first hop at Burbank, Cal. Special landing gear permits operation from soft strips. CAKE WALK BY THE BIRD — Mike, parrot mascot of the Chicago Anti-Cruelty Society, scatters candles as. it wades into cake provided for birthday celebration. CHANNEL CHAMP — Brenda Fisher, 27, daughter of a trawler skipper, relaxes with tea after winning women'* division of international English Channel swimming NEW AMBASSADOR — Charles W. Yost, of Watertown, N. Y., has been appointed by President Eisenhoxver as Ambassador to the state of Laos, in Indochina, S . V R V ' £ ^ ° N . T H E MOVE — Three comely German girls, attendants at a service L sunon in Deidesheim, near Kaiserlautern, Germany, don skates as they prepare to roll and work. H E C 0 T..T HE BIG ONE- Johnny Issacs, 14, of Bridgeport, Conn., stands with 720-pound tuna landed from father's boat off Montauk, N. Y., as father went-without a strike. GOLFING CIRCLES— Ernest N, Wright, 93. designer of this golf swing corrector, demonstrates its use at his Pasadena, CaL, home. King can be set for flat or upright swing. OUT FOR A STROLL — Newlyxveds Dick Long and Susan Ball who was recently fitted with an artificial leg, start out for a stroll with their pet poodle, Cezanne, in Hollywood. $ T A LACTITE STACI- Tourist Marilyn Sherman" or. jrs her cassl to s ::r.lch (he "star.c curiain" for -lion in Mera" niec Caverns, SUnlon, Mo., estimated to be 70 miUion ye»r» aW., ... _ ^_j TO ROAM f Mt ON GERMAN R A N C E — Gerontmo, bufTalt mascot of sunn t;

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