The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1953 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 20, 1953
Page 11
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* MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TAG!! KLESrein ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES TELLING OF VERSATILE CLIMAT E_Hieana Satterlee. Hawaiian Snow Queen, is flanked by her court maidens, Barbara Friedlander, left, and Katherine Sugiyama. right, during festival when islanders bring snow from 13,000-foot volcano Mauna Loa to warm Waikiki. T R E S S,E S B, L 0 0 M — Flowery, hairdo of'Barbara, Paris model, won title of "Best Hairdresser of'1953" for Pierre Ct'i- jn in hair- style competition at S French capital. • ROOTS FOR MO M—Mrs. Dolores Moggridgc, 31, housewife who hopes to fly faster tlian-'sound, gets assist from daughter, Jane, 1, is she dresses for jet flight ne»r Taunton, Ene. LONGDISTANCE PAINTING- willi NUS, in Berlin, paints portrait of Dr. H. W. Deesan. Shelton, Wash., from photo. Portrait* of Dr. Deetan'i tons In army led to commission. RARE SURVIVOR- Superlnfcndcnt Bob McGraw holds newly-born emu at Mesker Park Zoo, Evansville, Ind. Birth Is rare as eniu eges are seldom hatched in captivity. i. _ "~ " i IN FULL G L 0 R Y— H. p. Beck, on ladder, and Melville N. Lincoln prepare an 8-foot, 8-inch Kodisk bear, one of the largest ever measured, for tiie I.os Angeles County Museum Ex- * hibii, The 1190-pound male bear was shot oft the Alaska coast, j REPAIR DAMAGE OF TIM E—S/onecullcrs work on spire of Cathedra) of St. Pierre, Beauvais, France, to repair Gothic architecture which has suffered from time and weather. OPEN AIR PLANE LIFT— Platform-like elevator outside hull of U. S. aircraft carrier lion Hoinine Richard lifts twin-jet McDonnell F2II-3 Banshee from hangar deck to flight deck. Operation was part of squadron carrier qualification tests of new fighter off West coast. I GOOD SAMARITAN — Mrs. Frank I.ausche, wife of Ohio Governor, feeds cherry to cedar waxwing, a house pet since j it was found helpless on executive mausion lawn 111 Columbus, SHOWS STRAIN-j Carolyn BIcG'oy chews glov« watching fellow Philadelphia high school student sewers rehearse fashion show which won, her lirst prize for design, ^ r Edward F. HOUTCJ'. above, Burke, Va., is Hi of the Federal Trade Commission. The 49-year-old lawyer is a native of Waterloo, la ORDERS FROM H E A D Q U A R T E R S _ i, ba] Singh Rao, a Sikh Inducted at Fort Ord. Cal., shows another recruit his permission to wear his turban and keep beard and hair uncut. FOR I M P 0 R T A NT C U E S T S — The Plallerhof where Hitler housed important suc.,t« to toil* renovated M resort for American toldlcri on th« ObtrMlibtrf la Bavarian Alp*, WEEKEND AVOCATION-Joe Bishop, who runs a brtrbershop'd'.irinK thp week, encases in Ills weekend paying-hobby of retrieving solf balls from a canal at the Mi.iml Shores Oolf i course, Fla. He built hit own boat and compressor for the work. I N C R I D HAS HER FOLLOWING — Children follow Ingrid Bencman on wal» through Naples, I' 11 /' ilreet to Ml of "New Wine," directed by her husband, Robert*

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