The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1953 · Page 4
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PAGE EIGHT BI/rrHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1988 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES FAR FWFLL TO A DEPARTING QUEEN— Well-wishers jam New York's Pier 90 and wave (food-bye (i sengers who line the decks of (he Queen Elizabeth as the huge liner departs for Europe with its cargo of vacationists. •BUTTERFLY^ ROSE' — Cotton sun dress with strapless decolletage is called "Butterfly Rose." Print is a lacy pattern in black on while with biff ro.se border in red and royal. .Black cotton net stole is sprte* , 'A kled with sequins. „ DULLES REVIEWS SYRIAN GUARDS—u. S, Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles reviews Syrian Guards on the Syrian-Lebanon border during tour of the Middle East. _ " '; 4''"'V *>" > 4 ^*^«« - ;., I jj^^j)^. * f t, » . k/L^S, I 1 ' ^W^mA.flB Cis.i1 » )7!™,»».»! JVJS^J -s6Ki '»•>*»*',»»?• AN AIRBORNE BLOCK— Nuernberg goalie Edirnrd Schaffer is fully airborne as he . stops a scoring attempt by Liverpool's Bill Jones, left, during Ihclr soccer match in New York. The I IJritisli team won, 4-3, for the 25th straight victory on its North American tour. T'S A NEW WORLD—A week-old giraffe gets its rst look a( the world from the door of the ,Tiraffc ho;:."e as mam* MARINE 'VET'-Two- j-ear-old "Corporal" Floyd C. Bobbins salutes like a veteran at Marine Corps School, Quantico. Va. The youngster, son of IVHrine Sgt. Richard E. Robbins cf Gcrrctt, Ind., wears uniform made by grandmother. ,^^j r~ GOOSE STEPPIN C_Bccper, her pet eoose, stcos alone; beside its mistress, two-year-old Patricia Kittle, as she does for her daily ride near her home in Hulchinson, Kansas. GOES TO EGYPT— Robert Hankcy, trouble-shooting British diplomat, was sent to take charge of British Embassy in Egypt. \vhrre Anglo-Egyptian relations have worsened. A LAUGH FOR LANA — Screen actress Lana Turner laughs heartily during Rome, Italy, news conference in connection with picture in which she will star. With Lana are actress Pier Angcli, featured in the film, producer Joe Pasternak and director Richard Brooks, right. PISTOL-PACKIN* COUPL E_ Mr . and Mrs. Rob- e.rt Lewis show firearms from his collection in Tujunga, Cal. Lewis holds an 1816 Simeon North flintlock government pistol. Mrs. Lewis holds 1860 Colt, a six-shot percussion cap and ball pistol. BALCONIES IN BACHDA D — These liny round balconies create interesting llKht and shadow patterns on a modern apartment building In Ksshld Street, (he "Main Street" of P-ghdad, IfIH. The old city la total modern in many of its new builuiiijs- INFLATION^COES TO THE HEAD_Thl» nlasllc hat, created by France's Andre Miracle, i« blown up to form a large cartwheel headgear th-t gives ample protection from , the elements. When uninllalcd II can be folded may in a hMdbac.J ART WITH MOBILITY— Amerlon servicemen look over palntinH on side of owner'i small bus in Frankfurt. Germany. In bjckgroiind is Frankfurt Cathedral. Owner Ru.iolf Brocks makes 1 i livln« Uavelin* about Western Cermaw In "" » ut « " d Kllln * the ?»«""«»•

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