The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 21, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Saturday, August 21, 1954
Page 5
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVI REPLACES A-BOMBED CHURCH— contributions built this World Church of Peace on the site of another Catholic Church, demolished in Hiroshima, Japan, nine years Ago. r^^^^^^gSSiSaaiiSiSii^aaSE KaSKMaty^Sgfevr.WK-: .vM .-y^^uc^iBa: \ jts^f. -*-M^ T^V™,.^.^ «™™-~ NOT ON CARD FOR AUSSIE S T E E P L E C H A S E _ Fans at Cheltenham track, Adelaide, Australia, get an extra thrill seeing jockey Dave Kelly, up on SUpact, ride his mount off the rail in spite of severe bump by riderless Lucky Silver. O I L U N D E R CAPITOL — The Stat* Capitol in Oklahoma City stands in an oil field which contributes to state funds. Well, below foreground derrick, rues under Capitol DESERT PET — Rex Spivey, oil exploration crewman from Tex shows his pet Arabian desert fox to Mandy Mathews, f a New York Arabicist, at Dbahran, .Saudi Arabia. ROYAL BIRTHDAY CAKE — Queen Juliana inspects model of Dutch carrier Karel Doorman atop cake presented to Princess Irene on 15th birthday by the Royal Army and Navy, U. S. DEFENDER- Gen. Benjamin Wiley Chidlaw, new head of Continental Air Defense Command, leads combined armed forces group defending U. S. against air attack. DISCUSS MUSEUM P L A N S — Prudent Etoen- bower views Statue of Liberty replica, as Ann* Lord Strom and Pierre S. du Pont, 3rd, of Museum committee, tell of proposal for an Immigration Museum in ba*e of the "iMOOttj lad*." BANNED SINCE 194 5 — Flag: of Japanese Imperial household, with golden chrysanthemum on maroon background, flies again from the hood of Emperor Hirohito's Mercedes-Benz. WATCHABLE- Harriet Jones is a model both comely and timely — wearing capsule watches in her ring, pin, necklace and bracelet at jewelers' convention in N. Y. CAPT CARLSEN, FLYER— Capt Kurt Carlsen, skipper of ill-fated 'TOylng Enterprise," sits in cockpit of plane in Denmark where he is spending a vacation learning to fly. LONG VOYAGE — Wolfgang von Schwanenfeld, 21, of Munich, arrives at Newhaven, England, on 25-foot rafth«splans to sail around the world by way of Panama Canal and Australia. PLANE IN THE MAKING— This long tunnel Is fuselage of Boeing 128-foot jel ft **• apk. clMt, «Mbl« eJUxtr M Ak Fore* ak u»k*r «r GOOD DAY'S FISHIN C—Capt. V/alter Drobeckcr helps John Nucci, left, of Huntiuglon, N. Y., s'.iow his 132V4* •KSfV \?Wfc«S^ JfA&M^xiWUPWWPBPWW*"-" IMW-IOTOII™ — LION-HEARTED HARE — Sheep on farm of Mrs. Mary McCabe. Eureka, i*t BttUteff wtol «v*r tyw ^ *"- lh -*- -""• •** w *•• fM»ota«* karkMMt. B*W a ifeMftk

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