The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1953 BLVTWJ5VTLLB: 'AKIO COURIER NEWS PACK TRRR ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ON PARADE FOR FORMER CADETS —Members of the Corps of Cadets march out from their barracks area for a. review by visiting alumni during Alumni Day activities prior to Commencement at O. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y. r 1 TIRE ON HIGH — Flames form roof for 41st story of ; Mexico City's tallest structure, the incomplete 45-story Latino Americano building. Street throngs watched the towering blaze. PALS AT FIRST S I C H T _ Rabbit Charlie I. » trusting soul resting under paw of Niskanl, a tiger cub, in Stock* j _ holm. Cub, borii in a circus, is named after a Swedish river., BAYOU BOAT RAC E — Contestants start 1953 pirogue race at Lafittc, La. Winner covered four-mile grind through choppy waters of Barataria Bayou in 38 minutes and 44 seconds. BREEZE CATCHER — This beach hat, favorite at Puerto Rican resorts, keeps the sun awa.y and permits breezes to hold sway. A fishnet tie serves as anchor 1'or the hat. MARCH OF THE PRINTED PACE- Russell Sage College students, transfer contents of their old library to Bew building in Troy, N.Y. Some 000 students moved 58,000 books. WALL THAT LOOKS B A C K _ Paul Behm, f or. j tner goldsmith, adds to thousands of newspaper and magazine portraits used as wallpaper in Hamburg, Germany, refugee camp room* CHURCH GETS NEW T 0 P _ A new "hood" of concrete and copper is put on one of two towers of Frauenldrche in Munich, Germa'ny, to replace old wood and cdppcr plate tops. NOMINATE D-john C. Hughes of New York has been nominated by President Eisenhower to be U. S. representative on the North Atlantic Council with rank of Ambassador. HEADING FOR BRANDING 1RO N—Spectators watch wild horses stampede inside corral during annual roundup for branding of yearlings at Duelmen, Germany, reservation. WHAT'S THE SCORE, C A P ?_Sauadron ma,cot Ace, perched on Sabrejet intake, looks questioninely at Capt. Eugene Kamp, Grand Island, Neb., after Korean MIG mission. SHIP SHAPE EXPERIMEN T—Venturl, twin-hulled experimental vessel that oar lbJf> bBlMint, i, mowed it FWur Itlud, Fit* fer IMK by «Mito*r, QK W«*d. FATHER OF THE T E A R-Frank Fl.cheth. 33. factory worker named 1053 "Worker Father of the Year," shows son, jmutk. Jr, S, t>»w t» bit U» /ud it Uiitlr Mtwuk, N. )• AWAITING US E —Private iwlmmlng pool of former Egyptian King Farouk on ground* Ctin IMMJM MM«k Ftl*c«> w>der new t»craineat, it »pta to

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