The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 15, 1953 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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AUGUST 18,1958 •LYTHEVTTLE (ARKT CWWTER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES END OF A CATNAP — This mouse, unaware that sleeping cats as well as sleeping dogs should lie, ventured too close to its dozing enemy with the above result. It happened In England. . LADY IN THE RAPIDS — Frilzi Schwingcl of Austria guides her fragile crafl through the Rapids of Passirio to win the lille in (he ladies singles' folding canoes class of the world canoeing championships held at Merano, Italy. BATTLE OF DUKES — The Duke of Edinburgh bowl« fast one for team he captained in a charity cricket match at Arundel Castle, Sussex, England, against team led by Duke of Norfolk.. 'HREE-LAYER HAIRDO— A new Parisian coiffure, cut off sharply all around like a close-fitting hat, is sectioned into three tiers in u,ack. Front waves close over each eye. OFF TO THAILAND — Major General William J. (Wild Bill) Donovan has been chosen b>' President Eisenhower to he U, S. Ambassador to C?m- munist-thrcalencd Thailand. .. POSTWAR GERMAN PLANE- Firet postwar German plane I., displayed at r a ir in Bucsseldorf. Called "Siebel MB-308," the plane has maximum speed of 130 mph., and costs S5.712. VENEZUELAN MOUNTIES- Venezuela's first mounties, organized to maintain law and order in the remote parts of the country, line up for general inspection at Caracas base. FAMILY ARRIVES — Dcsi Arnaz and Lucille Ball are greeted by Eliiabeth Taylor as they drive 45-foot trailer on Hollywood studio lot. Trailer even has children'! nursery. 11 ' •"" ™"•"••i—i^-B^^—••••«•—' •••^^•^••••••••••••^••••MIIMMIHMBMRWai DOOMED VILLAGE — Plrttiresnue Scbtilenberir. In G«rrn»ny'» Han Mounlalns, will he «vacual*4 (• main war far an artificial like. Tht 400 villager! «UJ mov« hlfher up tin valley. TOWERING QUEEN — The towerine "Queen of Hearts." modeled by iHrs. Syd Kennedy, took a prize In Mcl- l)fitirne, Australia, hairdressers' contest for fantastic coiffure* BRIMMED PORTRAIT- Britain's Princess TMWRttl attending the wedding of a friend at Hambledcn. HcflleilohJ' Thames, is picture of comfort in the shade of a wide-brimn»&atat IIOS ll£3 END OF THE LINE- John Ellery. his car parked according to law a mile from the renter of Melbourne. Australia, usta hit son'i bike to cover remaining distance to his office. LIVE A D — A medicine man In Calcutta, peddling a snnkc bite cure, holds up a 12-foot python he carries through llio air eel* to convince hit audltucti thai hli curt [tally v,otku CARVING LIMESTONE BY AIR-pat ncckard, Heltonville, Ind., carves a stain for a Washington, u, £„ church, Hi warka In t Bedford llwcilont quarry and uw» an »lr ttm«fr.f

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