The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 17, 1954
Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1954 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS PAGE SEVEN NEWS OF THE WORLD IN PICTURES ACT LIKE 'EM, LOOK L!KE 'EM—Tom Fleming, left, and Tom Brown, of Dearborn, Mich,, appear dejected after getting "cue ball" haircuts. Judge John T. Me Williams sent the boys to a barber after convicting them of hoodlumism. Judge McWilliams said: "H rowdies can't think any better than billiard balls, then they Witt have to look iik£ SAFE AMD "SEINE" CROSSING—Preparing for his forthcoming attempt to cross the Seine River fa Paris, Jean Elleano, with bar in his hand, practices crossing the Seine at Rouen, France. Not content w&ii his one-war crossing, Elleano turned around aod made his way back to th« starting point ONLY ITEM MISSING !S THE TOMAHAWK—Jacob Lone Tree, an eight-year-old Winnebago. Indian, studies his ancestral history as he starts the second grade at Wisconsin Dells, Wis. His tclassmate''seems fascinated at having a real Indian in his class, especially one wiih a savage-1 - ** looking haircut "~~ ~TZ.:1'-. ""< TELLING 'EM OFF ARTISTICALLY—Dick Umeed, of Columbus, Ohio, would rather be dealt with* directly instead of through official channels. When someone complained to police of tete- Bigfct noises in the shop of his garage, Dick retaliated with this sign which says that a word to him is sufficient. That's Mrs. Ubteed helping wrtb the artiste reply. HIT THE ROAD. PAL—A team of oxen watch a passing automobile as the West Virginia Turnpike opens 37 of its 88 miles from Beckley to Princeton. "Daniel" and "Boone" were part of th« dedication ceremonies. The turnpike is expected to save three hours in driving time from Charleston to Beckley when it is completed. ABSTRACTION DISTRACTION—In San Matco; Calif., Sandra Leister stands beside "Schizophrenic," an abstract painting that won second prize In an art show. The artist, who signed himself "Al Bijou," was actually Kerney Walton, president of Peninsula Art Association, who entered the picture as a gag and protest against so many top prizes going to abstract art. Despite the embarrassment, the judges defended their choice and stated the painting would havt won first: prizt U it bad been better A MESS—MBce Dougherty, 2, is all tangled up with his goatsj ,cn route to the Los Angeles County Fair at Pomona. Mike hc/es to straighten out the mixed up four-week-olds in time to win a! /couple of the blue ribbons and some of the $61,000 prize moneyj OH, CHUCKS—Five-year-old Bill Pecha, of Eau Claire, Wis., sits on his front porch, with his pet woodchuck, "Woodie." The Pechas got Woodie as a cub from "the farm of a relative. While tiny, he was fed from a doll's milk bottle. Now three months old, he 'has acquired a taste for toast with jelly on it, cereals and nuts. If his water pan is empty and he wants a drink, he'll scratch on I the doer until he gets service. BUZZY—Beekeeper Earl Kel* log got a lot of dirty looks when be didn't have a beard to show at a contest at the Floyd County i Fair in Charles City, la. A smear of honey around his face ; and a walk through his 54 bee- ; hives quickly provided Kellog with a crawling crop. FRAULEIN SERVICE LINE—Business boomed when a shrewd filling station, owner in Deidesheim, Gemany. hired three kwely frauleirts to help "fill 'em «p." Here the gals, on roller skates, head for a customer to wipe the windshied, dirst ti>e aod check tbe gas aod ojL ISLAND CAMERA QUEENS—When the cameramen of the Philippine Islands'met to select a beauty queen, these girls were there trying to win the "Miss Press* Photographer" title. Left to jight: Miriam, ffo_emi Leon, Zensie Lopez. Iggbel Safieoa, Cffelia Bautisia and Enimie Soriano. BETTER NOT MOVE —Physical skill and -coordination are shown by 28 members of the West Berlin, Germany, police force, *s they form a pyramid atop four motorcycles. The comingj Berlin police festival will bring similar stunts lo stadiums in '"-aj British sector. TREAD LIGHTLY—H pays »o walk lightly in • mine field, so British Royal KngNWWt «* experimenting with inflatable sneakers which they can wear while sweeping for mfW mirim. Sapper John Bonny, left, inflates one of th« sneakers before trying them out, right Behind M Sfi. Ivan Liley with a personal detecting "device," a mine-finding fee MMMd "^^» Scene oi th* ex|>et,j)MMiM* »

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