The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Friday, December 3, 1954
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1954 BLYTHEYTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SKtlN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ROLL BROTHER, ROLL!— Don Tenpenning of Sidney. Neb., skids across arena barely escaping flying- hoofs of Red Bird after latter tossed him in bareback ride at Nebraska Dareiy escaping } ^^^ Cowboys championship in North rialle, Neb. LEOPOLD LETS LOOSE — Former King Leopold of Belgium blasts one at amateur golf tourney in Como, Italy. •THE VOICE' BARKS F A R E W E L L_ Regimental Sergeant-Major Ronald Brittain. left, called "The Voice, is said to have most powerful voice in British Army. Retiring after 37 yjcars, he shouts farewell at Alclcrshot, England, as successor, Regimental Sergeant-Major Charles Smy, listens. A BREEZY SPORT — I.lshis and shadows and a spanking nrecze make > striding picture as jiair of 18-footcrs go tacking up Sydney, Australia, harbor. They were contestants in race for sailboats of the same class. PIPE THE GIRLS— Winifred rile leads Dagcnham girl pipers aboard liner Queen Lluabeth on arming in New York for U S and Canadian tour Girls live near London. ANCIENT GADGET —. Ballet dancer Eblia Rosen- hlad smiles at N'cw York An* li(|iies Fair as she \vorks 18th century apple peeler shown in kitchen exhibited by Elizabeth L. Davics of Squankum, N. J. WELCOME VISITORS — Actor Tyrone Power is visited on Hollywood set by daughters Itomiua Francesca, 3, and Taryn Stephanie, 2, right. Tower's wife, from whom he li separated, is acti-nw Linda Christian. STARTING SHOT — Argentine President Juan Fernn smiles as he takes first itroke to start world billiard townameot at Luna Park in Bacnos Aires. SHIRT CHANCE—A double-duty man-tailored shirt, in grey and white striped cotton, has convertible neckline and detachable bow to dress it up. IUDCED A HIT — Pear-shaped loncs of Ohio Court of Appeals Judges Arthur W. Doyle, Perry H. Stevens and Oscar llunslcker (left to right) were the lilt of Akron Bar Association's annual Gridiron where trio sang parody on "llcrnando's Hideaway." FOLDED UP FOR THE DAY — Britain's newest submarine-killer, the Faircy Gannct, taxis in with wings folded after demonstration at England's Manchester airport. BIG MO(THBALLINC) — Navy men spot bad points In anchor chains as famous battleship Missouri—"Big Mo" — Is put in shape for mothballlng In Bremerton, Wash. OPPONENTS IN OREGON- Republican Incumbent Guy Cordon, left, of Oregon seeks reelection to II. S. Senat* acalni! Democrat Klcbard L. Ntubtrftr, rifht. CAUSING A BUZZ — Mrs. Louis Adrian and daughter, Jane, wave atop their Holly. wood, Cal., home that resembles beehive. Its 2« sides are angled slightly to live round effect 1*t Kctlon it ricnt coven iwaie and kitchen area.

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