The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 9, 1954
Page 7
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1934 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES THEY'RE FRIENDS — Boxer pup Dexter and parakeet Pete are friendly pets of Dr. W, E. Coons in Springfield, Mass. Usually Pitt, a laiy one, rides around the how* on Dtxter't he»d. TACKLING H I C H — Jim Colclouch of Qulncy crips helmet of Brooklinc's John Karris during tussle between Massachusetts high school grid rivals at Brookllne. Qulocy won, 13-6. PORTABLE TANK — British Home Guardsmen put their shoulders to Inflated dummy tank, simulated weapon designed to confuse enemy, In exercises al England'! Salisbury Plain. SURF CURVES-"The Sphinx," headdress also used as capclet, gives Us name to a swim suit of striped nylon jersey worn by Mollic Sinclair In Liw Ancefeg. ffflj GOING IT ALONE— Georges Sablier shows portable "windmill" during helicopter contest at Saint Etlenne, France. He claims 60-pound, six tip. craB «• fly 10 hours »t J» B>ph, EYES, FELINE AND FEMININE — Swedish actress Marta Toren compares her eyes with .pet cat's at a parly ID Rome, celebrating completion of her movie, "The Shadow." NO HELP NEEDED— "Snbor," a robot, l» aecom- panicd by two farmers in Swiss native costume on a walk through (rounds of Swiss National Agricultural Fair In Lucerne. HEALTH GUARDIAN — Dr. Leona Baumzartaer, Health Commissioner, wh» watches over New York Clly'l residents, Is the first woman to hold lh< klftt potttiM. A HAND IN TIME — The Bcsum Liaquat AH Khan of Pakistan, first Moslem Ambassadress, is aided by Royal Master of Ceremonies D. G. de Graeff on her arrival at The Hague. GERTA AND HER PALS- Gcrta Muck, five, whose father keeps 12 raccoons and 20 beavers in his garden, takes two ot the raccoon] for an alrlot in west Berlin, Germany, SON'S 15 LIKE FATHER'S — Detroit Patrolman N'orrian Tctcr st.-nis his pairol car to watch his son, Marc, 2 l /z, pedal prowl car. Of course Marc wants to be a policeman. TIMES HASN'T CHANGED — sir Ccdrlc Hard- wit'kt, Knulish lu'tor, costumed as KlnR Priam, reads London, Times between scenes for "Helen of Troy," filmed In Hollywood, FOR SHALLOW W A Y t R i — Army's new stlf-prc;.. i:d barge ot flber|ias> honey. ««•» UBdwlck «M^u tar tabwd wMcri. >k»wm at F«ft EH4te, Vt, MB ttnt •*••!•• R A P. E F I N D — Sir David Eccles, left, and London Museum I .-ecl.;r 1.. lam Crimes discuss slaluc of Persian «:od Mithras taken from second century Koman temple uurlnc excavation for k*iMUM I* Lomloo. tjwn hen_r»ta« wUI b* AMERICAN HONORED — Jnenuellnc Cochran Is greeted by International •lion o««Ul< >4 fc*»uby|, ftukt*. Ukr rwrtvlo* F«dtr»«on Mctel u }Mt'»

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