The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1953 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 29, 1953
Page 9
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MONDAY, JUNK / 1<> ,:\ BLVri-lEVILIJC (AKK.) COUIUEK NEWS PAGE NINE NEWS OF THE WORLD IN PICTURES r ' L WAS IT A TOUGH JOB. MA? —With, six children to raise, Mrs. John .Lawloi. 32. of Troy, N V., a widow, decided her best move was to capitalize on two years of college training and get a teaching job To do that she had to graduate and that meant two more years of school. (Vtrs. Lawlor entered Russell Sage College for Women and continued to raise her children She will soon begin teaching kindergarten at Berlin. N. Y, The children are (leti to right): Johnnie, 12; Bobbie, 8; Billy. 6; Totnmie, 5; David, 2, and Mary Ann, 10. SILVER TUBE KEEPS DEATH AWAY—One-yesr-o!d Rudy Sterpka, Jr.. is able to breath onlj ,. because of a silver tube in his throat which keeps it from closing, due to a growth. He is the son '"of Josephine and Rudy Sterpka, Sr., of Cleveland, O. His mother, with whom he is pictured at thi i left, keeps a day-and-night watch over him. She must be alert to change the tube when it become) clogged with mucus. Any delay or fumbling might allow the boy to sutlocate When the boy cries the can't be heard, because the lube bypasses nis larynx. An operation in several years maj f remedy _the condition, but in the meantime, the vigii against death goes on. WHERE'S CINDERELLA?—Resembling a huge pumpkin-like coach, this 60-ton spheroid oil tank rests on a multi-wheeled trailer, awaiting ti iinspoi tation from Abqaici to Ain Dar, in Saudi Arabia. The big'tank will be installed at one of the rich oil fields operated by the Arabian- American Oil Company. Crews juggled the huge "bubble" ever the 65-mile route in four days.) LIVELY CHESS CAME—Live chess men stand on this huge chess board in Ebersberg Germany i as the town s residents wind up a week-long chess tournament. Schoolchildren and local dignitaries i look part u, the unique pageant which dramatized a same played by American champion Edward '' - ' _ _._... iS4i COMMUNIST UNDERGROUND—Ornate chandeliers and decuralive arches lend a ballroom air to tile central hall of the Arbat subway station in Moscow. According to the Soviet source from which this picture was obtained, this is one o! the three new stations in the Moscow subway. 'i HE FAITH GOES ON — The lowering ruins of the Kaiser NVilhelm Memorial Church tn tierlin icrmnny form B weird letting for Sunday services Althousr ;he church rtn* neither roof nor pews toi the faithLul, it was crowded to capacity. NOW EVERYBODY'S STUMPED—H looks like a shell-blasted battlefield—and In a sense It U • a battlefield. For months townspeople of Newington, N H., fought to prevent the Defense Department from turning this vast acreage Into a $50,000.000 jet air base. But they lost and the government went ahead with its plans, clearing the area of the trees local folk had fought to iav«. Now. because of rr~npower and budget cutbacks, Defense Department has abandoned Its Dions for a base there. DUCK SOUP'S OFF THE MEf'J — Mama Duck, with her! ducklings safely cruising out of i m's way, paddles as close in-\ shore as she dares to qu::^!: in 1 "'!!: 7 , at a lioness in the British! Sector Zoological Gardens, in Berlin. Mrs. Simbii hates the waterl more than she dislikes losing a tasty duck dinner. * VATICAN DISAPPROVES—These drawings of the Stations of the Cross by artist RuAolt Exvzskowitz, have been condemned by the Vatican as "too modern" lo conform with "the point of view of the church." Szyxskowilz, a devoul Catholic nnd loader of Austria's abstract school at *rt, had done the drawings for the Chapel of the Sisteri of the Holy Cross in Graz, Austria. PUFF HARD—With an impish look, Jonatha Matthews. 8, seems to be starting Byran Lanahan, 8, off early as a smoker. The pipe is made of rare pink and white opaque glass and was used in a 19th century English tobacco shop only for display. It is one of 3"'o rare and unusual glass exhibits in the Corriing Glass Center, at Cornine. N. V. PRINCE CHARLES HAS WINDOW "PAINS"—Most little boys love to look out windows, but for Britain's "Bonnie Prince Charles" the pastime is n full-dress affair. At left, nil combed and ^brushed, he "pops" a salute while watching the Royal Guards rehearse Trooping of the Colors. At 'right, his nurse examines the royal four-year-old for un-princely-like smudges, as he makes an unscheduled appearance at a palace window. I took DEAR MA: WENT TO CHURCH SUNDAY-Thes.- Mm-incs tiikc timu out for church services in UK- nhnrlow of their sti-arn nmtVL'l while on tnmiiriK ni;meiivcr.s in H;nv;iii. Tlu-y ;tn- ini'in- 1, -'s of llic- 1st ProviiuoHii; M«viu<* Aif (Ji'ouua T;^k Korvr. N'itvy ' mi . I'. J'. Kifkcr, C'h:ij)l;iin, r-oiifiijc's MIC c'crrinniiif-:- Tl;(! iJ.idii.'K'i iue bci:ig |>n,'|>'itc(l for ;i ni'.-ck iiivu-sion of Alaui «'ii t^iii't^ I o^ Uifjir IraiiilnK ia Pacilic wa£/ure. a 1 ALL TANKED UP—Yon nre looking at 537 Walker liulldog tanks, lined up awaiting shipment to uncle Sam's nrmcd forces. They've just come from the assiwhly lines of the Cadillac Tanlt _flanl at Cleveland, Ohio. The first Walkci Bulldog tanks readied Korea several weeks ago.

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