The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 15, 1953
Page 11
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BSD AT, TOIT 18,1!)S9 PA«E BTJSTZW ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES R E W E L L TO EVEREST — Sir Edmund Hillary, Col. John Hunt and Tenzins of K»allook at Mount Everest as they leave area after Hillary and Tenrinj had sealed the peak. AMBASSADOR M. Robert Guggenheim, 68, a Ired businessman, is the new ilted States Ambassador to rtugal, succcedinc Cavendish Cannon, a career diplomat. COOPERS MEET THE POPE — Pope Pius XII chats with actor Gary Cooper as Mrs. Cooper kisses the Pontiff's ring and the couple's daughter, Maria, 15, stands by with downcast eyes during a Vatican audience for tourists and pilgrims. NOT WHOLLY IN THE DARK- Werner H. nr.-ril, blind, teacher and father of five, works with typewriter and ta»e recorder, important tools for sightless, in Los Angeles. FLOWERY CEMS- To add to milady's charm, the floral motif in diamonds is carried out with wafer Hly "appli- qucd" onto skin, rose-shaped rinff and "ivy 1 ' bracelet. UILLOWING IN THE BALTIC — A Swedish Star boat appears to take water in a regatta on the Baltic Sea during Kiel Week, Germany's traditional period ot sailboat racing. DOESN'T SKIP MEALS— This polar panhandler is ready on the chowline at Melbourne, Australia, Zoo, durinff recent mid-winter cold spell. Bear did not miss the tossed fish. REACH GOLFING HEIGHTS—Sam Sncad. an oflicial scorer Al Bcssclink and I'orky Oliver, left to rlsht, tako eass «a> 1" lop at Manikiki Open tournament in Cleveland by nduig elnaloi up hill leading from 15th green to ICtli lee. NOMINATED- Maj. Gen. Corllandt Van ReniieUef Schuyler has been nominated br President Eisenhower to )>« Chief of Staff of the NATO totcti under General Gnltnlher. TALL BEAUTIES— Ruth Murphy, lefl, Somervillc, Mass., five feet, eleven inches, was chosen "Queen of Height" at Tall Clubs convention in Philadelphia. Runners-up were Koan Ross, center, Burbank, Cal., and Bruce Menke, Philadelphia. _ PAPER OUTFIT- Sklrt and matching hat worn by model are made of woven twisted paper yarn rhemically- Ircatcd fabric which can be cleaned with a damp clolh. I ' 73CW « rSfmaimaaKmm w v i mum DOUBTFUL PLEASURE— Spidc, South Amerlcin spider monkey, is a bit confused as it meets four great horned owll being trained by Ralph D. Heifer, Los Angeles, for movie work. B R I KrfASH*"""***""'"' ' ' ---- ' N 1C IN THE RICE — Undulating line of women pickers, the "mondine," move* rlc. fleld •! V«r«IU taveiUiw •»• «»«•» ««» «• "«lTl ««'«»• » V.lle». ._ CHANCE IN CARACAS-Dr. Milton Elsenhowi-r, hat on forreround -head of President Elsenhower's food-will mi'slon to l" In Amerlea, view., $300,000.000 conduction projtcl which 1. rebulldlnt Iht VeneiucUn clly of Caracas. BALLERINA HONORE D— Statue In memory of Anna Pavlova lit unveiled by ineabtn of Sadler's Wells Ballet on Islet of lake at Ivy House, London, where Favlova once live*

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