The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Wednesday, July 21, 1954
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1954 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUKITSR MINT! PAGE SEVEN THE STRETCH DOES IT— This giraffe utilizes its height and Ion? neck to reach over the rail for a piece of bread from » visitor to the Zoological Garden in Rome, Italy. CAUGHT ON THE FLY — Joe Brooks shows a 16- inch flying fish he hooked with fly rod while fishing in Bermuda waters. He used four-pound test nylon leader with No. 6 hook. CAMPING COMPANION S—Two women demon- *trate portability of a 500-pound German folding house which can be folded on trailer and taken to camping and weekend sites. COMING ROUND THE BEND- Three motorcycle sidecar racing teams, with the passengers throwing their weight to the inside, veer around bend in course during 107.9-mile international race on Isle of Man in the Irish Sea- TENNIS WHITE- White straw coolie hat and matching white earring's,Roman summer fashions, are worn by a spectator at the Wimbledon. England, tennis matches. J\ REDS ON THE THAMES — A Soviet four-man crew rows on the Thames River Henley, England, in preparation for 1954 Henley Regatta, Russia's first since Czarist times. SUGAR SHOWPIECE — West Berlin confectioner Herbert Stenglein finishes 40 hours of work on a sugar icing reproduction of Berlin's famed Brandenburg Gate. CLASSIC ROLE- Claire Bloom plays the unhappy Ophelia in Old Vic Company's production of "Hamlet" at Kronberfr Castle in Elsinore, Denmark, the play's locale. w THE HORSYSET — Mrs. Netta Tudor is one of many women at fashionable Ascot track in England to wear an eye- catching hat — a jockey with, mount at the rail. Note the earrings, IN MINIATURE WORLD — Helen Armltage, Altadena Cal., sets a pew in place after taking- out one wall of the miniature church she built Everything's to seal* to small six* MARGARET GETS READY — Margaret Truman and George Voskovec appear in dress rehearsal of "Autuma Crocus" for her legitimate stage debut at Mountainhome. Pa. SAILS ON IU L, THE SEA — Some of the 77 entries pass dcslroyer escort Marvcson at :A* »**b*, \VOK ktf C&a^tt D 3diz._f jhihi wAuti %i«i-* m WORKING FOR W AT ER —Baker apprentices fetch their fbily supply of water from a century-old pump in Reinffld, , aurkrt »ia««, U»« MWB'I •«!• MUTot W w»ttr* Volkswagen Auto telt

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