The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 8, 1955
Page 3
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1964 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUR1KR NEWS PAGK THRM ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES CANDID C A,M ERA — Queen Elizabeth II has an inquiring look in this camera dose-up taken during her visit to an exhibition of handicrafts by disabled ex-servicemen In London. EXIT 'THE VOICE' — Regimental SRI. Major Ronald Brittain. known as "The Voice" at Mons Officer Cadet School, Aldershot, England, makes last parade after 37 years in Army. ON FRIENDLY THEM E_ Uke their owners, Tontic (lift pigeon atop,Mary Kay Ulekman's head, and Tippy the fox in arm of Gary Rosenberg are good friends in Ellsworth, Minn. IN CASE OF ENEMY ATTACK — Chicago Civil Defense Corps workers, using all kinds of stoves from modern gas ranges to mud ovens, lest available facilities In one of the nation's first big-city emergency mass feeding demonstrations. N EW —• Gen. Maxuell D. Taylor, recently C. K. Eighth Army commander in Korea, lias been namrd to head all ground forces in Japan, Okinawa and Korea. THE RIGHT CHOICE?— Susan Schiomann, 3. picked out a collie puppy but then wasn't sure she made Ihe right choice. Here she pauses to think it over during visit to opening of new annex of Anti-Cruelty Society, Chicago, where doffs were offered for adoption. ICE CREAM FOR ALASKANS— Four native Eskimos from Alaska sample an h.» cream cone during their visit to San Francisco. Cal.. lo attend the American Travel Asenti convention. Left to ripht are: Abraham Lincoln, Forrest Solomon, Mrs. Lincoln arid Mrs. Solomon. TOP BRIDESMAID — Holland's Princess Beatrix is shown at the vi-eddinjj of Thys Booy and Baroness Van Ratid- vyck. secretaries to her grandmother, Princess Wilhelniinj. THAT'S HAY, SON — A baby tapir pokes mom with a streamlined snout during hay-feeding time at the zoo in Frankfurt, Germany. Baby is a month old and mother is six years old. OLD AND NEW— Helmet Brig. Gen. Billy Mitchell used in World U'ar I is shown by Mrs. Nina Lafoon of National Air Museum staff, Washington, alongside Navy jet pilot's gear. R A D I 0 - T V P I 0 N E E R S -_ Dr. Allen B. DliMonl, risht. and Dr. df Forest examine one of first vacuum tnbes latter ever made at meeting of de Forest Pioneers in New York. ROYAL COMPETITOR ON HER M A R K_ rrlnces, Sufra-Takako. left. rnuncrM anil rcRanlcd hy many a» Ihc mosl bratilirul danghlrr of Japan's Emperor tllrohlln. cnm- V clct "Illi her cltw OHwbiin In tm 4l»UcJi UHKM tut at UM Gkl't r*cr bcbM« Ml Tok»«. MEN'S STYLI NOTI- F»th t r..nrt->on ,port, •hirli, fcftliirlnn: very short tileevrit and emhroldercd scroll design, (M, LIGHTER TREND — Navy test pllol I.I. Cmilr. .lame* Verdln »t Doinlin Aircraft plant, F.I Spgiiinln. Cal., and "pupil" Louise Thomas demonstrate llehttr'ejection .«at for Ain mMtr( j »l«»ik boui^r in bickfraund. New Mat wei«U( only W fvu4t WB»*n« to M tor <U «•« X ^tM.

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