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

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MONDAY, AUGUST 3, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COTTKTER NEWS ASSOCIATED PRE SS NEWS IN PICTURES PAGE THREE ANGLED FOR SPEED-UP — Angled deck of carrier USS Antietam, seen plowing through English Channel, is designed to permit landings and takeoffs on fore-sft axis or on angle. - FENC1NC WITH SUICIDE- Addition to fence enclosing walk atop Hamburg's famous church spire, "Michel," is designed to prevent suicides from jumping from 433-foot tower. POP TAKES BACK SEAT— Prof. Ernst Heinkel, German aircraft designer, rides behind son, Karl, 14, for whom he built scooter which has maximum speed of 54 miles per hour. MUDDERS BY THE SEA — A trotting race on the beach at Beusum, G In the splashing finish, the horses, all but obscured by spray from the surf, 1 Jermany, provided refreshing competition for alL had to be distinguished by their numbers THE DUYVIL COT 'EM — Passengers on "Gotham." New York sightseeing craft, had extra time to study scenery as ship grounded in Spuyten Duyvil, Dutch for "In spile of the devil."- CAR NOUSTIE CAR B —Mrs. Molly Culluni, of Miami, Fla., shows her colt education on cardigan jacket she wore at Car- noustic, Scotland, during British Open golf tournament. SWEET CATCH-Thaddeus (Bud) Sweet, of Glen Head, N. Y., proudly displays the 43'/ ? pound striped bass he caught in Long Island Sound off Matine-, cock Point, Glen Cove, N. Y..^ RASMUS TESTS LEGS — Rasmus. 15-nay-old hippopotamus In the Copenhagen. Denmark Zoo, takes first walk on stubby legs. Alarm, the cub's mother, stands solidly behind. COMMANDO BIRD— Looking defiant, a big-billed etrret perches on nrm of Imlochina commando. Egret is mascot of a commando unit manning the ouSposl in northern Thanh Hoa. VACATIONING LADD S —Screen actor Alan Ladd, r : .7ht, takes his children for a boat ride at Eden Roe, near Cannes on the French Riviera, where the Ladd family la vacationing* MODEL MODELS—A Imdrtinc art student makes a clay copy of the head of a bronze sea nymph by Aminanati. part of the Fountain of Neptune in i'iaz/a della Signoria, Florence, Italy. ECC CAME FIRST — Betty Smith and Dolores Nicholas of Philadelphia look on is Lib) duck tmcrges from til which they found, then placed in glove compartment of Nicholju car. > LATVIAN DANCERS— Vita Kurte, left and Ivan Glflmous swinn Into exhibition they staged with Latvian folk . dioccri for 1933 International Eisteddlod at Uuiollen, Walea. j t MINHVMNWHvev*. FLIGHT OF FASHION— Lacking commercial plane, Frankfurt, Germany, fashion (It- •Ijnen utcd U. S. Mr Fare* plant »i dressing room for models showing summer lines at airport.

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