The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 25, 1954
Page 7
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1954 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE SEYEtf ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES A SIZZLING SEVENTY — Mabel Butterworth shows Indianapolis that she can do a Charleston kick despite her, 70 years. She started dancing in the l«90s. CREASE ON THE SPOT — A device designed to press trousers is demonstrated at the International Fair in Frankfurt, Germany. Its heater can be detached for other uses. SUBJECT IS THE W EAT H E R- Reeves Lewen- thai admires a copper ox weather vane from a century-old Gushing mold, part of collection on exhibition in a New York gallery. 'mSi&at&.jatk jSfcxsi j ^.... ' »**»««„. PUTTING NEW SKYWAY INTO USE — Dedication motorcade rolls over mam span after opening of Sunshine Skyway, one of world's Jongest pre-stressed concrete bridges, at St. Petersburg, Ha, The. main spaa is 150 feet high. EDNA'S EFFECT '— Hurricane inspired this hairdo modeled by Joan Odell In Miami, Fla. Designer "blows" hair to one side to soften flattened look of new styles. GOOD CLOSEUP — Tiny camera that can be attached to eyeglasses Is demonstrated at .International Fair in Frankfurt,,German*. M is fitted with an H.6 lens and use* l«m». filnu AT. 'TECHNICIANS DAY' SHOW- Comet HI jet airliner is framed in background by twin-tail of DH110 day and night fighter, at Farnboroagh, England, air show; CAREER VETERAN —State Department career diplomat Norman Armour, called out of retirement, is President Eisenhower's nominee for U. S. Ambassador to Guatemala.. $ — PREHISTORIC PLAYMATE- Roland Schaedic rides concrete t\rannos3dr in his sculptor uncles "zoo' at Ossineke, Mich. Zoo is collection of figures of prehistoric LENDING AN EAR— Film actor Jeff Chandler listen* carefully to his hostess, ice-skating star Sonja Henie durinf * sbe gave a* her Beverly Hilli, C»l., homt. NO IMPRESSION — En'sa DeViolini gets no reaction from a huge Easter Island stone head as she dusts the recent acquisition at the Forest Lawn Museum in Gtaodale, California CtKMANS IN BATTLI DRESS — West Berlin anli-rfot police, built UD with permiMion and maUrial aid of Westtro Allies, make first public appearinc* in Olympic FROM THE MOTHER LA , wearing.urcsscs from Charcnte region of France, stand In a Paris fttrcet before leaving for French •^ T ii/ '^tHi, M ^ * * * "" Harry Qnlck * nd thrc * f * 1Iow " 'Wve-stean'model

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