The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1953 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Tuesday, January 27, 1953
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TVMDAY, >AK. 17, MM- (ARt) COURIER NEWS PAGE TORSI NEWS OF TH E WORLD IN PICTURES EXPENSIVE MARKET BASKET—The cost of the market basket reached an all-lime high during 1952, according to latest figures ireleased by the Bureau of Labor. Above Newschart shows the cost to! the food basket conlaining 15 representative Items from 1923 to ihe present. Experts in the food field see no appreciable drop from ; J10.91 reached in 1952, In the foreseeable future. M-O-O-RE THAN SHE EXPECTED -. "Mama" Hoktelu, ot Merced, Calif., is understandably proud of her four calves. Quad- niplct births in the bovine world arc extremely rare, and it is tfaar all four calves survive, as did the cjuartet, above, i KEEPS SMILING—Although her legs have been kept In traction splints since Jan. 12, eiehl-monlh-old Jerri Ellen Burkholdcr of : wavcrly, Ind., keeps a cheerful smile on her face. A fall broke'her lelt leg above the knee, bul both legs arc raised lo keep her from tiirnme. She's recovering at the Dukes Hospital, Peru Ind ™ trip with the,aid of a portable respirator, as she is still confined to an iron lung. GLOWING EXAMPLE OF INCENUITY-Bem ord j. ration, of Los Angeles his'fashioned ih ^ Fatlon with a fast-growing business. : =«W"i-a LOOKS LIKE QUITE A HEADACHE-Sculptress Cornelia Brendcl Foss admires her creation, "Harlequin Head," which is on display at the first "Meeting in Italy" art show, in Rome, which ii the first of a series of shows to be held throughout Italy. Cornelia wbp is from Germany, is one of 52 artists from 15 nations whos* works an; on display at the show. Federal Budget EXPENDITURES as a Percentage of National Income Fiscal Years JZSi 25% fS For fiscal 1951, Uncle Sam's expenses are estimated to take one per cent more o( the national income than in fiscal 1953. But they still have a long way to go to equal 1945, the peak war year. L£T\ ^V? m , 3j ° r na "' onal tecurit y P^rams not only «*£ Jr, gC n but accounl for m «st of the Increase in budget «W«ndilures s^ce tijfl, U»_t (uU fiscalj ev btiot« to Korean n , NEW TESTAMENT -Norman Malek n of Richmond Va., above, examines an ancient copy of the to have «oYn TS* * to have been wriltcn belwe « n 3S » 8 "d 420 A. D., which has been in the possession of his family for many years. Yonan says that it-will be sold to a group ot southerners for i seven-ngur* sum. The valuable document will then be displayed at a nationally known university. WHICH FINN HAS THE PLANE?-Los Angeles Federal Court nl,» y r g 4B • , VE „ ,, Uvi " myslcry ' The twlns b °"B h ' » °"'i\ e«?"ntnT P v" e - , Gut " nde Sam said " lVfx " ""<! ^ed them for Illegal oivnersh.p. In court, the above twin (either Charles or Mis-Z «» th V C ? tify him5d( and was ' lclti «> r contempt i^lv wS? - 6 ^ ther twm (£ilhcr Chailes <"• G *°r8e> and on. 7 h'^n airplane. With the Finn twin above i, Patricia Lyr," ys> «ia™ed she didn't know which twin he was FLYING BASKET—Henry Meider, of Manila, P. I. extreme left o-M ,1 Th r? 6 - " F £ in ? BaSkC( '" Which hc "cently succ?s S ful y Piloted. The Flying Basket's body was manufactured ot strinned bamboo and.wood obtained in the Philippines ar rf rteteZned whether local products could be substituted for expensive ™nom In plane conslruction. The project was sponsored join ly S? th. phUiapwe Ajx.Fotce. »nd.lnslUute of Scfrace «d Tsctaolo^ ^VERSAILLES - ENTREE D'APRES UrRILLO- POSTAL ART "GALLERY"—Any Frenchman with IB francs' to spare can now own a reproduction of a genuine Maurice Ulrlllo painting. The French modernist created the dcsien, above, for a new French stamp. The design represents the entrance gate to the yi MEETS COLD SHOULDER—The snowman stems fmpmrtowj to the warm grenllng being given him by this young womnn at: Fuessing. Gcrmtiny. Although the ground is snow covered snd It's cold enoiiRh to suBtnin n snowmnn, she's suffering no goose pimples. -She.bathes In Pressing's /amous pool fed by a-naturally hot well, ch WITH THE BEARSKINS - More than 3000 bearskin shakos are being fashioned in Michael Sllberston's clothing factory n London's sub;,rbah Bethnal Green. They will be worn by tS- 1 lowering members of the Brigade of Guards as they m^rch in he Coronation parade fn Ju^e. Silberslon, whose grancKer mod^ cu? raS n of '"hi k r | thc ' mp f tal ttoops ° r lt '° last ^^V C2ar™UJ cut all of the skins himself. Employes, ahoye,- begin To fo™ th. hats on wood frames. • >'S SUPERSTITIOUS?—After nearly eight'years of conlns, ,7^" lh Vf, ion ' s tou K''«t Problems, a litUe •hing like «Sk n! H^dcficd u!o e a r nci I en <1 t r ?a n tlder t jinx whUe"^ r^u? ^^ Back Building at Koreas' Ci"^ M*"^

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