The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1953 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 22, 1953
Page 7
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (AMC.)' COURIER PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ^ -ft t- *VSvf . I C H TC ANGLE FOR CURVE- Human ballast keeps both motorcycles on ground as drivers take a curve at top speed in sidecar event of Grand Prix races at Rouen, France. V F W COMMANDER —"\\ajnc C R'cbards of ArKart- t sss Cit"v, has, elected com- irander-ln-chief of ilie Veterans of Foreign Wars at the national encampment in Milwaukee.* RUFUS RUSTLED — Rufus, escaped red-necked hornbill, cause of a two-day skyscraper-rooftop chase in New York City, is held by ASPCA agent after wandering into a pigeon coop. TOsSWITZER LAND —Miss Frances Willis, ol Metropolis, II!., first woman career diplomat to become an Ambassador, poses after taking oath al V. S. envoy to Switzerland. , t GIANT r; PLOW — A boy finds i perch atop 16-foot-wiile scrapers of snowplow built at Kala. mazoo, Mich., for U. S. Air Force UK under extreme conditions at Thule, Greenland, base. D-DAY MEMORIAL — Sculptor Donald De Luc, of New Yorli, finishes his model of a war memorial for site of D-Day landings in Normandy honoring 15,001) Americanj who died there. 11 5 7 N MAESTRO— WolfganE Slrcscman, leader of Toledo, p., Symphony Orchestra and son of a former German^ foreign Minister, is guest conductor at a Baden-Baden concert, i KOREAN AID HEAD —C. Tyler Wood, deputy forelfn aid chief, has been named to direct the American relief and! .reconstruction program In Korcv under Gen. Mark Clark,' ' PREPARING FOR '56 0 L Y M P I C S_ jean Gamble, 11, swan dives, as teacher, ex-Olympic diving champion Dorothy Foynton, grooms her for competition at West Los Angeles. 1 -, YES, IT'S A HAT — Although It may look like a >vi/r, this is a hat by Schiaparelli, Paris designer. Japanese - inspired, it's made of mauvish while cellophane straw.' ^ BOMBS. AWAY — A bomb salvage worker chisels ope» tail of bomb at former ammunition denot near Neumuenster, Germany. I'owdcr explosive is rinsed out and metal used for scrap.' sa. IN THE SUN_T h ., OI , r . nd , h o r ti B are sported by Duke »nd Dndiem of Windsor during , a UW.MHHV. | _|«ta . t K ,» N . C ' S lhf.j>.uUic »t WA R D R ° P E - Neckllcs of ex-King Farouk of Egypt are put on ftypt,_wUh »Uier garb tit the ruJer aud N»rri»M. .Mf «»

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