The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 20, 1954
Page 5
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MONDA V . SEPTEMBER 20, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUiiiEK NEWS PAGE FIVE 7 WARM-UP — This 76-pound snapper, taken by Gerald \Vhite of Dexter, Mich., while practicing, would have won championship if caught during spear-fishing tournament, Miami Beach. A A VISIT WITH FATHER _ Grace Kelly, on » vacatyh from Hollywood, greets her father, John B. (Jack) Kell-y, ai Aliaaiic GHy, N. J., race course, of which he is president,) BELLS, BELLS; B E~L L S — Johannes Liese, * West Berlin, Germany, composer, displays some of the 200 bells front many countries which h« ha* collected in 20 years. PORT1LLO AND THE INCA — Inca Mountain, towering above Laguna del Inca and Hotel Portillo, popular sports , and tourist resort near Santiago, Chile, appears as an Inca in profile if picture is turned to put right border at top. * FRIENDLY FOX AND FOWL — The goose is taken for a ride at Hamburg Germany, and a friendly ride at that. The two are part of a group trained by Keinhoid Hasten. NEW COMMANDER — Seaborn P. Collins. Jr., of Las Cruces. N. M., who flew* "the hump 1 ' in India in World War II, is American Legion's new National Commander, , YOUNG FOR FAIR — Carol Mills, 18, of Montgomery County, cuddles day- old calf born to Jersey cow she entered in 4-H competition of Maryland State Fair, Ti.monium. PRIZE-WINNING MOSAIC — A visitor admires a mosaic awarded fi.rst prize in the Kavenna, Italy, art show. Colored s lass and marble cemented by hand show deer_in a forest. JUST BORN THAT WAY- Scratchy, cross-eyed cat owned by John Miklas of Indianapolis, can chase insects in i the yard and jet away from doss as well as any normal-feline;I VISITOR'S MARK — Yera Valenti, left, and Lillian Kond start fad in Sicily by painting eyes on foreheads during visit to land where le^endar* Ulysses, fought one-eyed Cyclops,] ART AT YOUR FINGERTIPS — J. Peter Lloyd, Hollywood artist specializing in miniatures, paints ballerinas ott fingernails of Saundra Edwards. Figures last three weeks. t PRACTICAL IF NOT 0'RNAMENTAL_x ew Armed Forces Institute of ', for »cdic»i re»e*rcb, if itructurc un WftfJiioft«» ItMl vg]atr§blt U» A-bomb HANDY TO HAVE— Cocktail table with hand-pair'- tiles ^nd built-in ice bucket holding four trays of cubes is dcmon at New Vork Gift Sbow b>- Josephine Snydw. BISON'S BAND WELCOME — Geronimo, ll-wcck-old American buffalo, «et« welcome oo arrival in Fraukfurt, Germ»ny, t» bt ma»c»t «f D. * ilOlk Tw»* , J

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