The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1953 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 18, 1953
Page 10
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?J PAGE TEN BI.YTITE77t.lE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1955 NEWS EVENTS OF 1953 IN PICTURE REVIEW _ _ BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — A CHANG E v IN LEADERS — Soviet Premier Ccorcl Malcnknv, left foreground, helps othn Red leaders carry casket of his predecessor, Joseph Stalin, at Moscow funeral in March. HAPPY MOM ENT- AP correspondent William Oath imiles as he passes through Iron Curtain Into West Germany In Mar to end two-year Imprisonment In Czechoslovakia. KIDNAP KILLERS — Ilonnle Heady and Carl Austin Hall turn eyes from cameraman at St. I.ouis. Mo., on way to arraignment in October for kidnap-slaying of Hobby Grcenlwisc. L DROUGHT,- WAS HER E—A Texas farmer views Ills sand-choked farm near Brownficld, a typical scene In the Solllh- west as the lone Summer dry spells ruined crops and nastureland. MR. REPUBLICAN — The nation lost one of its lop statesmen in July when Senator Holier! A. Taft of Ohio, shown going to a June White House meeting:, died of cancer. TEMPEST IN TRIESTE— Italian demonstrators watch office furnilure belonging to Trieste Independence Party burn In Trieste street during November rioting which followed Anglo-American decision to lurn Zone A over to Italians. INAUGURAL ADDRESS- President Dwlgnt D. Eisenhower, nrsl Republican Incumbent In the White House in two der;ules, speaks at his January inauguration in Washington, is his predecessor, Harry S. Truman, and Mrs. Eisenhower listen al right. •--^ AN OLD ENGLISH CUSTOM — Queen Elizabeth II, carrying symbols of her office, leads procession through Westminster Abbey nave, London, following her coronation in June. * - a& - ** ^ ^*^J CITIZEN r HARRY TRUMAN-m \ ste January. Harry S. Truman enjoyed a freedom he hadn't had in more th; " •even years, during a Sunday morning stroll in Independence, Mo, sTri HOOVER SPEAKS— J. Edgar Hoover, FBI head, tells his side of the story in the Harry Uc-xfrr White ease before a Senate Infernal Security subcommittee in November. ^m^^ * _ f/ ^*..* , ,, TOP POW FREED — Major Gen. William Dean, high cst ranking V. S. captive of the Reds, poses for picture at Pan- munjom, Korea, after lie was exchanged in September, STONES AGAINST TANK S-Two demonstrators hurl stones at advancing Soviet tanks in East Berlin's Leipziger Plati during June outbreak against Red rule in East .Germany. ENDrOF SPY DRAMA — Mrs. Sophie Tlosenbcrff weeps hysterically us casket of her executed atom-sjiy son, Julius Roscnbcrc, is lowered into FarinlnjiUalc. N. 1'., travc In June. RIOTS MARK IRANIAN FEUD— p r o-Moss»- clech uarlisans to;ipli. statue of father of the Shall of Iran durlnc early Autumn OIII'/.'MVS between supporters of the premier and the Iranian ruler \iliicb eudcd In Hit overthrow of Wossadcfh. THE SEA TAKES BACK ITS LAND —The Dutch coastal village of Oude Toiut Js submcrccd by floodwaters \vhicb devasUted North European c«untrl» early in the year. 0

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