The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 22, 1953
Page 9
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' MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1953 BI.VTHEVIU.K (ARK.) COURIER MEW8 PACK NIN1 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES NEW SUCCESSOR TO DANISH T H R 0 N E_ K m r Frederik ,nd his daughter,. Princesses Anne Marie, Bencdicte and Marfirethe, left to riffht, at Christianborjr Castle, Copenhagen, [ where the King effected a constitutional chanre putting Margrethe, 13, in line for the throne. ANNIVERSARY MARCH — Motorized howitzers file past triumphal arch of Emperor Consfantine in Rome durinr parade as Italy celebrated 7th anniversary of birth of republic. * „ British flats and lead the cheers as Queen Elizabeth II tours their lection of northeast London, the day after her coronation. IT O AUSTRALIA- Amoi J. Feaslee, of CUrksborn, N. J., * veteran of both World AVars, has been nominated by President Eisenhower as U. S. Ambassador to Australia. ROYALTY TOPS T 1 M B E R_ D ,,tch Princess Bea- trlx and her Areentine mount. Atalanfa, sail over a jump In horse J show near Soestdijk Falace. Sht was fourth in general standing J ' > -««^^v <• ^o. _ «BW ? «-mnw.,]tjM»«Mi^HHH^^HHi^^Bl^HiHHMHIK il UNDER FOREBEAR'S TOPPE R_ Mr ,. RoberlE Oshkosh Robinson, descendant of Indian chief who nave name to Oshkosh. Wis., sits under his hcadilress held by Mrs. Abncr Nap•Ud In New York before shipplnr it west for Oshkosh Centennial. r- EIFFEL P ATTIRN- The shape of thlf ehaln-trimme4 calf bar, nadt IH Parli, i«ein« to have been Influeneerf br a view of the ElrTel Tower, luutt Parisian landin»rk. . GETTING ACQUAINTED- Mrs. Helen Martini, in charpr nf nurspry at NPW York's Rronx Zoo. helps Rambi. A 4-day-oId fawn, make friends with a pair of 3-day-old tiger cubs. MODELS HIS PRODUCT- T. Soheore of Basuloland. South Atrica, showing his skill at Rhoilcsian Exposition, uses srass to make a hat similar lo the one he is wearing. TO HEAD AMA-Dr. \Vailcr B. Martin, of Norfolk, Va., president-elect of the American Medical Association, who will be installed at the San Francisco meeting next year. ALL-WAVE MIDGET —Glen K. Kcker, Pasadena, Cal., metal worker, holds his eleht- ounce, soapdish-si/.e radio which receives both standard and short- wave broadcasts. AFFAIR OF STATE — Winthron Aldrlch, rlirht, U. S. Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, stands with the Marquess of Blandford at a garden party at Blenheim Palace, EniUnd. j TO SOOTHE PLAYERS OR U M P I R I S ?_cievel»nd Indians llslen .s summer •rcheilr» prewnti nrtt of U concert! M a pre-l»rat feature In Cleveland SUdium. MOVING OFF WITH T IT L l_ M r».Berl,,nr,ll». '»o»inl settles her 305 pounds and pet do£ onto a molor sroolrr »It«t winnlni "F«tU»l L»dr In Nprlhwul ll»ly" title In Turin. MOVING ON DESERT — A «9-ton oil slorate tank of the. Arabian Am-rlctn Oil C»m- »»ny In Saiitii Arabia 1» hauled M four-d.j, SJ-mile trip wrosi the sand» from Ab«»l« I* Ala Bw. '

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