The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1955 · Page 5
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RATUTOAY, m V7, 19SB 'fARf.T eouww warn PAffUTT* NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES EIGHT DEAD AT ONE STROKE—Lightning bowled over nine cows in the P=f'"« Dowman, lelt, in Oakwood Village, Ohio. During a violent thunderstorm Dowman s herd ol a dozen Holsteins huddled lor shelter under the branches of the old tree. Lightning scorched the tree, and Jelled nine cows like a row of dominoes. All but one were killed-a loss, Dowman said, ol ?3uuu. SOME "DEW" ENJOY COOL COMFORT—Line forms at rifiht for passengers who'd like to escapt August by taking a cool Canadian Arctic cruise, if only in wishful thinking. "Crujse" ship Is HMCS Labrador, currently plying icefields in the far north while on survey lor sites lor the joint United States-Canadian Distant Early Warning (DEW) radar system. FANCY PANTS IN THE BULL RING—Mono Moreno. Mexican bull-ring comic, combines two lively arts as he executes a strip lease durint; a bui! fisht in Mexico City. The performance stopped not only the show but rtlso the bull, and Moreno \vun, pants down. The event was a public benefit (or undernourished children. DON'T BE SO "STUFFY"—"Or so heavy on my feet." That' the word that Michael Angelo Grandcll, four months old, has for his huge playtoy as he arrives in New York City aboard the SS Independence. Mike and hi? family are en route to Fort Knox, Kentucky, from Salzburg. Germany, where daddy was stationed (or threi years. VISITOR—A litle more than 10 years after he signed Japan's surrender aboard (he battleship- Missouri, on August H, 1945,j Foreign Minister Mamoru Shiij Remilsu will visit Washington.' With Secretary of State Dulles,] he will discuss Japan's pressing?! problems and especially the' critical one of rearmament. ""!.*' ""' '"31 ?A»a* > THE COLORS ARE LOWERED—The huge garrison fiaj is lowered In retreat ceremonies at The Women's Army Corps Center, Fort McClcIIan, Ala. The rraduatinr basic training company ha« the honor of providing the Bag: detail each day. r DEEP-SEATED PAIN—Twenty-month-old Harold Carter o£ Mtmphis, Tcnn,, has finally gotten to the seat of his troubles. It's his six-year-old brother, who accidentally shot Harold with a ,22-caliber rifle for the second time in six \veeVs. First bullet grazed Harold's check. But this second one! Harold has given up sitting for a while, and that's why Nurse Anne Godwin is holding him. AND AWAY THEY CO—An unidentified cowboy, his hat and bucking bull go their separat* ways in * Brahma bull-riding contest In SU Louis, Mo. II was the opening performance of th« St. Louij FkeiBMi'i Chaginlousjilp Rodeo. NOW SEE-HEAR!—It's here! The television-telephone is demonstrated for the first time as Eugenia French talks to—and watches—Field Engineer. Tom French. The device, which could make telephone answering an embarrassing, experience, gives both caller and receiver a 10-inch screen view of the person on the other end of the line. The TV camera is in the upper left- hand corner of the unit, which was shown at a western electronic* show and convention in San Francisco by Bell Telephone an£ Kay Laboratories of Snn Diego. Kay offlclnls predict the k* tt@«4 first ip COOL COSTUMES—These young girl athletes in silky, toga-like uniforms are marching across Stalin Square in Warsaw, Poland, They're participating in the procession of Polish Youth at the Fifth World Festival of Youth and Friendship. Photo and caption material are from an official* Soviet Agency. flight over Edwards Air Force Base, Calif. Its rocket engine can develop as much power as a Navy, cruiser. NO SHELL GAME—The turtle's name WAS Henry, but now it'; Henrietta, since "he" laid those two eggs. Some Kansas City, Mo., firemen made her their mascot when they found her in front of the fire house, run over by an auto. 300! — Supposed to add glamor, as well as height, is :his formidable looking chapeau 5y Eric of London. It's made >£ black velvet and black istrich feathers. ' ir-r «/-ir "Din cc" PSPTIICFD RY TINY BULB—Pulsating flame from afterburner of F88-D ff^JX^lnt^™^ W PWV«. one of a series in the f-Uet-to-iet night flash photographs ever taken. Snapped at Sfelfridge Air Force Base, Mich., from a T-33 two- seat j"t rai P ner.some 60 feet away, only one M-2 bulb, smallest in commercial produc ton washed for a light source. Afterburner's exhaust usually shows as a horizontal column of flame when taken with a time exposure. Photographs were made in connection with the 2=th anniversary of the introduction of flashbulbs in the United States, Aug. 1, 19.30, by General Electric. GOLD 1W THAT THAR CRIK!— "Week-end K*Petlor»," MiMler. stationed at Fw* Atanka, pan for f«)* In nearby Ship CrMk, e»n »rtr«r» about 111 worth a a»r. Jncpli Kamaihla, Lynn, M»M., teft, specialist TMrd Claim William Rofrn, VM ClM Ehwr »«k>«taVr. M.lftm, Ohl«, m *M kwfc *t MH

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