The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 1, 1953
Page 9
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TUESDAY, SEPT. 1, 1953 BLYTHEVIl.i,E (ARK.) COURIER PAGE ':.**•• ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES HORNS OF A DILEMMA—The black rhinoceros at New York City's Bronx Zoo has to look around the sides of its horns for food begged from one of the visitors to the enclosure. GIANT FROM TEXA S— The U. S. Air Force XC-99, one of the world's largest aircraft, rests on apron at Frankfurt's Rhine Main mlr base at end of its first Atlantic flight. The two-deck transport flew 6.170 miles from Its Texas base. WOMEN SMOKE PIPES, TOO — Eight women, like Mrs. Jessie Rudl. left, were amons 68 in annual pipe-smoking contest at Flint, Mich. She lasted 39 minutes, 22 seconds. LEATHERNECK— Leather, used in fail fashions, makes this useful detachable collar. Available in colors, it's a quick-change addition for blouses and sweaters. SAILS BLOOM — With balloon jibs set and blooming, small boat sailors run before Hie wind under a picturesque sky on Loosdrecht Lakes, yachtsman's paradise in Holland. DEVOUT DIPLOMA T— Mrs. Clare Boothe Luce, U. S. Ambassador to Italy, stands with bands clasped during ceremonies commemorating St. Clare, In Church of St. Clare, Assist, Italj. FRIENDLY EXCHANGE — Gene Tunncy, left, and Jack Dempscy. who once exchanged heavyweight championship, exchange chit-chat after luncheon In Beverly Hills, CaLfl .1 NEEDLEWORKER— Michael Vandenberg, 13, of Monrovia, Cal., .works on a new shirt, his 4-H Club sewing project. H» has an assortment of 4-H medals to prove he's a top needleraaiu H RETURNS T0 INCHON-A Korean junk sails peacefully told, harbor, now deserted by the warships which crowded the waters during the Korean War.*/ NEW ENVOY- W. Riddlebcrecr, of Woodstock, Va., poses at the Stale Department, Washington. D. C., after taking the oath as new !J. S. Ambassador to Yugoslavia, LADY VOLUNTEER- Mrs. Donald Webb, volunteer flrelady of Chcnango BritlRe. N. Y., attaches a hose to the truck •he drives. At a fire, she handles the truck's pump and the radio. • ' U , 5 ?,^ N , D SYMMETRICAL- Ol,lrag»'» Uiicklnstnm Fountain In Grant I' .K presented llils view ol symmetry from a hovering helicopter. In summer fountain operates A BITE FOR -BABY— A baby kangaroo shyly approaches jMiirh (,'hppnni iVnlfnar Him holds a pl~ce of broad as a lure at the loo la Milan, Italy, where ih< 1* director,. MASS PUSH — Finale of the week-Ion? German Gymnastics Festival In Hamburg's Gross* \.i..v. stadium iliowi ill 1,000 gymnast*—except for » couple tl late starters—doing push-ups,

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