The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 31, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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MONDAY, JANUARY 31, 1955 ' BLYTHEVIM.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES VENEZUELA DEDICATES NEW DESTROYER — New British - bui destroyer Zulia is Inspected by government officials durlns dedication ceremony at La Guair AIR UNVEILING—A helicopter lifts parachute from monument honoring pioneer aviators at Governors Island. New York, on anniversary of first powerflight December 17, 1903. SKI SLOPE IN TOKYO BALL PARK— A one-foot deposit or snow from 700 tons of ice is packed on bleachers of Korakuen Stadium, home of Tokyo Giants, for skiers. LIVE COLLAR— The Begum, wife of the Aga Khan, smiles as a kitten crawls over her shoulder at Home airport louvenlr shop during a stop- APPRAISED— Dutch sculptor Wim Vcrbon drew comment from Premier Winston Churchill on his bust: "Mr. Verbon, you have credited me with more character than I have got," over en route to Cairo. TO R E S C U E — U. S. Air Force Sst. Larry Hairman, son at stage star Mary Martin, catches wind-blown veil of bride, former M»i Irent Axelson, Swedish drwt designer, H London wedding. HOLIDAY HAT-English actress Julia Andrew wears a holiday party hat called "Christmas Ansel," of TOPPING OFF HER V I S I T_ C lare Booths Luce, opals, rhinc.stoncs and pearls U. S. ambassador to Ilaly, received a typical Italian student hat from Trieste University students whom she addressed. with a swirl of white feathers. PUTTING TEETH IN HIS WORK- Andre LC Gall, a Krrnrh rxliiliilimml. nsrs his tcpth ami ladder run;;! for leverage to draw a, plough la entertainments outdoors. BUSINESS-GETTER — Tommy Chapman stands on hrnd lo read (Jrntj store siffn in Atlanta, ("in,, as o\v;icr, Ifowcll Glass, who says business has increased since installing it, watches. ONE-MAN AUT 0—Carroll I.evis. 280-pouml London impresario, lills German Messcrschmitt scooter built for top speed of 56 M.P.I!, and gas consumption of 123 miles to callon. DRESSED FOR OCCASION- Mrs. Micheie Grundt arrives as a .snowball for fancy dre.ss ball on ice at Palais de Glace in Paris, a top social event of Christmas season. SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY— A 228-1011 stnlor for a new pon-er plant .it Mor-o Bay, Cat., Is nittvcd 9.3 miles from Camp San l.uls Oblsi»« on a blgliway protected wltli i>Un,.. i t.j WATCHMAKER-COLLECTOR- M.r,(rr wairh- m.•':(•!• iiiiil rvprrl IJrnry II. I'ricd. Jamaica, \. V., i ;/'.iys p.;vt uf his urivntc collection of timepieces cuch in \\inkiiii; condition. i , Jt*»>* MARBLE STOCKYAR D — Much of this carrara marble at plant In Carrara. H»ir,,.| Is destined for reconstruction ot Monte. Casino Abbey destroyed durlnj World W»r U. j

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