The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Tuesday, July 7, 1953
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TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1053 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES PRESENTING MISS LIBERTY-Ssr, Juan Mayoress Fellsa Rincon de Gaulicr accepts replica of New York's Statue-of Liberty from Boy Scouts of America Puerto Rico Council. (AUK.) COUIUER NEWS PACE MINK FISHING FROM FU R-Murlel'Hagbers, Miss Alaska, prepared for warm air temperature above, and probable chill below ice, Bshei at Ku'Uebue, 40 miles north of Arctic Circle. THE ONLY CRADUAT E—Cathcrlne Carney proudly shows her diploma from the grammar school at Ctittyhunk Island, Mass, The lone graduate, she leaves six pupils in lower grades. SKIPPING TO DIPLOMAS— Skimminj along at 35 miles an hour these youngsters arc taking "final exams" for graduation from a water ski school conducted by Mrs. Aileen Williams, center, for the Long Beach, Cal., Boat and Ski Club. BROTHER'S BIRTHDAY PRESENT— Isabella Rossellinl is kissed by her brother, Robertino, three, while her twin sister, IntrriU, has her attention diverted during twins' first birthday party in Rome. Their parents are films' Ingrid Bergman and Roberto Rosscllini. PICTURE PROOF- Dloria Butler, U. S. player in London for tennis competition, •sffers picture proof of identify. Her tennis outfit is adorned with her likeness. NAMED ENVOY- Lester C'orrin Strong, of Washington, D. C.. has been nominated by President Eisenhower as Ambassador to Norway succeeding C. Ulrlc Bay, resigned. FUN FOR FIREMEN— Firemen turn to waterball with fire hoses In exhibition of fire nghlinj at Essen, Germany. Degree of dampness was not a factor in choice of winners. r~ MILAN STANDOUT— This modern skyscraper, under construction in Milan. Italy, is believed to he-one of Europe's tallest. Its 30 floors will reach 338 feet above the street. FEATHERS IN HIS CAP- Admiral Robert B. Carney wears the feathered hat of the Italian Bersaglieri Corps during a visit to his Southern Kurope command before leaving for liis new post as U. S. Chief of Naval Operation! In Washington. HIGHWHEEL SPEEDER S-Giirnlhrr Schaclc leads the field as bicycle racers pedal their 187n-vint:isc high wheelers along A course between Hamburg and Scharbeutz, Germany. BERMUDA MEETING SIT E — Castle Harbour Hole). Tucktr'i Town, foreground, and Mld-Occui Club i* Hirrlruun Sound, lo» Ml, wlU b* illt for »lannU Bl« Tbttt mt«lUu. PARI.SIAN INSPECT ION- A workman and > ciirioiu youngster «tudy a huge chime, composed of 46 bells weiili- ltt( fr«n 44 l« 1,1H poundi, declined for 1'wli' EUfel Tower. i (' R 0 N C AS A HOUSE — Five cars and traclor arr hoisted to roof of home In Its! it ytlllLunitcwn, MM*. Tin aouM ciu bt transiiurlcd by trailer to a iltr.

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