The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1954 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 6, 1954
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER «, 1954 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.l COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES L I VI N G HIGH — A group of German aerlallsfs known is Zugspitzartistcn give a performance on a -:able strung 300 feet above the street between two Miami, Fla., hotels. GALE IV CHURNS UP SPRAY — Gale IV, driven by Wild Bill Canlrcll, zip* past spectators to win President's Cup refalta on Potomac River at Washington. Gale IV, owned by Joseph Scho«niUj, averaged 81.217 mjili. and won two of three heats, j ADMIRAL IN THE A I R _ Crewmen of the U. 8. submarine Seal Owl sec Vice Admiral Thomas S. Combs lifted from sub to hellcoulcr en route to his flagship off Greco. DIGESTIBLE C R E E T I N C _ A visitor bites Into an edible marzipan postcard sold by a Swiss firm at the International Exhlbttioa at Gwtronomf Mid Tourism in Munich, Germany. PUFFING GOLFER — Barbara Anne Bruning, of Armonk, N. Y., smokes pipe at first green, Allegheny Country Club, Pittsburgh, as'she plays In Women's National. Ajnateur* SNAPSHOTtFOR MOTHER — Admiral Robert E. Carney. Chief of Naval Opcr»- tions, photographs house in Vallejo, C'al,, where he was born. Photo to for his mother In Honolulu. THE CHOPPED T 0 P_ A pair of quills and a beaded lirndhand highlight this shiirt-crnp hair style worn by a Bashl male tribesman In Ruzlzl Valley areu of the ttelglan Congo. SAFETY S P 0 T T E R S — Shoulder cane blinkers and an arm rear view mirror exhibited at the German Inventors Fair in Numbers, Germany, are designed for safer motorcycle u.iving. MIDGE TiiRACERS— Micro-midget racers scoot around a dirt track at El Ccniro, Cal., competing for prizes donated by local merchants. The 60-inch cars ean go 60 miles an hour. l . li SA7 !"** «•• »4MH< k«4l w HIGH — A prfltr Mllor hi Hamburg. Germany, doits high In a (Uss fihcr t iY i I . t TO MEET PUBLIC — Ben I-awleM fashions new arm for plaster figure of Mrs. Andrew Jackson, Jr., In White Hnu.n kuttuu collccUoB tttAM l*c faUUuwBiM ioiUlut* NEW AMBASSADOR — Jack K. McFall, I). S. Min. Ister, has been named first U. S, Ambassador to Finland as the U. S. .legation in Helsinki ii elevated to an Embassy. 4, 1 HOLM AT HOME — The location may bother peoplo who talk too InnK hut actress Celeste Holm finds the clothes Closet In her New York apartment the ideal spot for her telephone. YOUNG TRUCKIR — .Tcrrr Bennett, five, of Troyi Mo., sll* in cafc of mlnlatur* MM fcr iia kr Wi fete* 1. 0., ritlit. Jt»r bw »lr«ad/ iMQMf «• *lv«,

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