The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1954 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 28, 1954
Page 12
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fAQlTWJLTl BLYTHETUtE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28. 1954 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES U E E N OF DIAMOND S—Barbara Ann Scott, ice rewe Star, wears the $100.000 tiara with which she was crowned Queen of Diamonds by diamond manufacturers in New York. Utra wa§ formerly owned by fee Austrian Imperial family. RACKET TO RIFLE— Anstralian tennis star Lewi* Boad, fresh from his Davis Cup triumphs, leaves a Sydney army 4epot with full kit after reporting for infantry training. MOVING FAITH— Hal Hyde welcomes visitor* at Barnwell, S. C., to the dedication of a Presbyterian Chapel?* .40-foot frailer providing religious services for snail ccmmunitiev SLOW AND EASY DOES IT — Two ferryboats move carefully through the ice-packed Hudson River near Newburgh, N. Y., after a frigid Canadian air mass caused temperature to drop 22 degrees to nearly »ero in less than ten hours. - BACK TO THE FOREST — Bambi, a year-old buck deer, is roped for removal to a forest preserve after being reared from fawnhood by Rock Island, 111,, arsenal employes. NAVY UNIT HEAD —Vice Adm. Felix L. Johnson* U.S.N., retired, has taken over as chairman of Naval Reserve Evaluation Board, succeeding: the late Adm. W. H. P. Blandy. NEW PRESIDENT- French President Rene Coty wears the gold chain and sash of Grand Master of the Legion of Honor in inauguration at the Efesee Palace, Paris. r TWO PROGRAMS AT ONCE — Twins Jean, left, and June Steinejt watch .different shows on Du Pont Duoscopic IV receiver, using polaroid glasses and individual phones, r ENVOY'S GESTURE— Soviet Ambassador Georgt Zarubin appears to wave as he leaves Washington talk with Secretary of State John Foster Dulles on atom pool plans conf erenc* SELLS OF G. B. S.— Gillian Gray examines sprint dumbbells which belonged to late George Bernard Shaw, at SU Albans, England, auction rooms where they were up for sale* DESIGNER GOES N A TI V E - Designer Margaret Newman studies patchwork made by Edna Jim in Serainole vil» Jaie at Miami, fla., where she adapts Indian costume*. • ^ IN^AMERICAN SHOW — Guards watch lunging of "Whistler's Mother," rallied at IMMM Ml Joaaed by Farto Louvrt for exhibition of Aawrkaa artut*' works ai' Cbicaco. NOT SO NUTTY — Dick, In An» Arbor. Mich., *pts a walnut from market cashier Mary McGrew. jPick shows up as often at elfbl tiaet a day for food handout*.. WITH THIrCRIATIST OF E A S E _ A lion Jump* over three •ct of trainer Joaa Sktohofl featured la the Apollo Circus at West

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