The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 19, 1955
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1955 BT,YTHEVTr,T,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK SEVEN NEWS EVENTS OF 1954 IN PICTURE REVIEW BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS t' «*"' ' 5 M*, ~ , **. £.*.! *- ~J A DESTROYER SAVES — Survivors of the sinking schooner Ablr I,ady clinj together In heavy seas off Norfolk, Va., in October, as destroyer Laffey prepares to pick them up* A FAN PROTESTS — President Eisenhower objects lo Ihe umpire's decision on a close piny during a May Washington Senators-New York Yankees game In Washington, SHADOW FOLLOWS HIM TO DEATH- Both William Fallcy, 50, and his shadow are fixed in a dealh plunge from the roof of a hotel in Phoenix, Arizona, in January. NATURE CHANCES FACE- Rock slips away from lip of cliff beside American Falls at Niagara Falls, N. Y., In July, during fall that dropped tons of stone and earth into gorge. SOLDIER'S TEARS — Gen. Christian dc Castries commander of fallen fortress of Olcn Bicn Phu, weeps on release by Red-led Vletminh at Hanoi, Indochina, in September. MARILYN, EYE-OPENER— Man-made updrafl »nd nature-made Marilyn Monroe figure provide different, bul pleasing, September morn picture as star does scene for new film. TOPPLED BY 'CAROL' — Slecple of Boston's Old North Church topples lo the street during buffeting by hurricane "Carol" which swept through New England in August. WHITI HOUSE GREETING — British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill bows as he meets Mrs. Eisenhower on his arrival at the White House in June for a good-will visit. PRODUCER TO CONSUMER— Secrclary of Agriculture Ezra Benson samples milk direct from cow at I'l'im- •ylvanii Stall University Farm in State College. Pa., in-,June, AFTER WRANGLE — Army counsel Joseph Welch iveeps during Washington hearing in June after Sen. McCarthy charged Welch associate with "Communist front record." 'DOCTOR S A M 'Dr. Samuel Shepnanl, who was later tried for wife's death, lies in hospital bed in early Jun, following what was dcscrlbid as fight with her slayer. STATUE FROM AP P H 0 T 0 — A bronze statue, from the fa?rr,'js Associated Press picture by Joe Kosenthal, of Marines on I wo dedicated near Washington in November. CONTROVERSIAL PHOTO — Sen. Joseph .McCarthy, during (angle with Army brass, dcnlei that front photo wu altered before being submitted as exhibit at April hearing.. HE HAD BUT HAS NOT- This German ikler and hit skis p.:rl com iaiiy soon after takeoff at a January It-rlin meet. Despite loss of ikls, the jumper lindeil without Injury. DEATH ON A DOORSTE P _ Hospital escapee II. 11. I.OIIB Is .shot by liollcfnwn Oen« Smith, right, «s Long's hostage, Mn. A. U. Lynn, spins away at Little Kock, Ark., In *t|>t«iik*>.

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