The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 19, 1954
Page 5
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MONDAY* JULY 19, 1954 BLYTHEV7LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES STILL UP ON HIGH — Despite his 73 years, Frank Ashmun continues his steeplejack work as he prepares to paint flagpole atop the 52-story Terminal Tower in Cleveland, Ohio* WISE FOR HER AC E_ Monique Ar^uad, 17, knows food cooking attracts men as she shows samples of her culinary skill after winning "Best Housewife in France" title in Paris. VIEW IN TRIPLICATE — June, Jean and Joan Corner, identical triplet students at the University of Nevada, i»tretch to *»e t«m at start of Ihelr vacation in La* Vegas, Nev. ON TOP DOWN UNDER — Two hitchhiking- seagulls, wearied from flying or chilled by the prevalent winter winds, roost on backi of seemingly unmindful pelicans fishing in the waters of Port Phillip Bay, near Melbourne, Australia, MINKY PAIR-Actress Janet Leigh carries her French poodle, which wears a mink collar like its mistress in Hollywood. Janet also has mink arm leash for the pet. TOWER, TOUR — A yeoman warder points out a feature of the Tower of London to , members of the Smith College Chamber Singers during a stop on their European concert tour., j ON MARCH AGAIN — Memorial honoring- the Seventh Regiment rests one block from fon:;er site on Fifth Avenue in move to make way for new walk in New York's Central Park. JAPAN'S BEST — Mioko Kondo, 18, of Nogoya, was named "Miss Nippon of 1954" in beauty contest at Osaka, Japan. She'll represent hi Miss Universe contest. ROUGH ON RUNNERS — c. W. Suddaby and A. J. Weeks-Pearson, of Oxford,^ carry extra weight in mud in three- mile run of Oxford-Cambridge vs, Penn-Cornell meet in London* MILITARY CHANGEOVER- Admiral William Fechteler, commander of South European NATO forces, wean >lumed Bersagliert bat duriflf visit to Italian unit* in north Italy* TUNED TO THE WEATHER — A repairman takes advantage of drying power of the outdoors as he applies final varnish to piano keyboard on Budapest, Hungary, street. TEN YEARS LATER — Sr>.ooll"?ys wr':: to the '/ T-oM It.-.lrn Abb. M«nU C»sMao, almost totally destroyed in last war. At right i* reconstructed section. MODERN SOLAR TRAP — These porrhes on the f cf a (' ' -ne, C:. - ny, r.;". mcnt hc.:sc v/crc « 'signed by the architect to catch all that it possible ot Ehineland funshlne.. REMEMBERING PAST GLORIES — Crowds in Legnano, Italy, watch f*r*4« •«BU0em«raUng the battle el Lefnano in 11 »6 between Lombard Leftfte an* Frcdertek •fttlMMrMMbj

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