The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Tuesday, January 25, 1955
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TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1955 BLYTHEVTM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES KEEPING IN T 0 U CH — A pup and kitten appear to be having a sad parting as dogs and cats are put on separate Coon of Hie nsw Bidr-a-Wec Home, animal shelter in New York. 'SPACE MEN'— Officials wear outfits to protect them ualm4 »lomk radiation and "tuns" to measure radioactivity during We»l Germany's Ural civil defense trainlni prorram. NEW CHURCH FOR BERLIN — Model for new Protestant Kaiser Frlcdrich Memorial Church with high spire l» Inspected by Its pastor Dr Schmidt-Clausing in West Berlin. ADDING CONTRAST TOAN OLD LANDSCAPE- Four Sabrejels of the U. S. Air Force's 512th Fighter Day Squadron serving under .NATO pass over a Dutch ivindmilf enroute to their base at Soesterberg. Holland. fc T HIPPO — Betty D'Amore views a pygmy hippopotamus brought by JohB from Liberia on a fan American plane to New York. He hopes a zoo will take animal FROM EVERY LAND — Mrs. Charles Thomas, wife of the Secretary of the Navy, shows two examples from her collection of slippers gathered from ail over th« world. CLAIMS RECORD— Paris restaurant employe William Bley claims his feat of shucking 100 oysters in three minutes, h'fty-scvcn seconds, gives htm the world title. MUSEUM VISITOR — Movie star Gregory Peck bearded for role in "Moby Dick." Inspects painting by Dulth master Jan Vermeer during visit to Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. LENDING A HAND_A model's gown Is kept off the wet grass as she rehearses for a private fashion show in London for Queen Mother Elizabeth and Princess Margaret, LION RIDER AT WORK— Miss Tintye. a nerv, performer In the Medrano Circus, who does an act with seven I lions, rehearsM /w tht new show of the circus in Paris, France-.j AN ANCIENT TEMPLE IS RESTORED — Portico and, facade show restoration work in progress on the Temple of Antoninus and Faustina built in 141 A.D., in Rome. KEEPING MEMORIES ALIVE — Retired sailor Ole Suanson of San Francisco relive* Ills sailing days by carvlnt miniatures of vessels on which he icrvcd. BY A WIDE MARGIN- M , rl( . Sar)trm „,,, „„ Si 1 1 "•• ;i: nlfi ptium's to lir clcclcd "Sloutrst (;irl in r.ir'." by Tie "100 nlln Club." ineinbers of which must wi'ilh 220 pounila, t DOCS FIND HOME — A nura- Is surrounded by some of HO (lugs at Islr of Capri tslatr of Countess Maria dc Lazzara who converted It into a retreat for homeless canlllM.

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