The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 19, 1955 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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BATUKDAY, FEBRUARY 19,4988 URIC.) COWRIWR NEWS PA08 THREK NEWS OF THE WORLD AS TOLD IN PICTURES Troops called out in JuizdeForo, Broiil, to stem political riots. JuncJ 954—Honduras expels three Guatemalan consuls for fomenting labor troubles. Honduras and Nicaragua in longtime feud over border lines. Guatemala claims British Honduras, has decades-long dispute with Great Britain over ownership. Peru crushes plot to overthrow President Odria. Charges intrigue was directed from Argentina by Peru's ex-war minister, Jan., 1955—Nicaragua is charged by Costa Rica with having a hand in "invasion" of Costa Rica by rebel army. Rica "invaded' by rcbe President Jose rigueres. President Jose Antonio Re of Panama assassinated. successor, Jose Guiiad charged with the murdc i — .*,,.„*,*„,********„. -—• * The fighting in Costa Rica may seem like a teapot war to some people, but not lo the U. S. State Department. Washington is concerned because the attempted coup is a symptom of the increasing instability of the entire strategic Central American area and in some countries of South America. Also worried is the Organization of American States. It sees the conflict as a test of its ability to "IRON LUNG" COURAGE—With souvenirs and get-well cards hanging from his iron lung, Tracy Hamilton, 6, smiles cheerfully as he talks to his family by telephone from a Hondo, Calif., respiratory center. He is one i)f the many polio patients making progress at respirator centers operated by the March of Dimes. FIRST OFTHE LAND-GRANT COLLEGES MICHIGAN STATE COLLEGE PENNSYLVANIA STATE • UNIVERSITY UNITED STATES POSTAGE HONOR COLLEGES—A new three-cent stamp honoring Michigan Stale College and Pennsylvania State University, first land- grant schools, will go on sale at Bast Lansing, Mich., Feb. 12. Central theme ot the stamp is an open book with superimposed symbols depicting milling, chemistry and engineering. GROUNDED—The Air Force has grounded all F-100 Super Sabres as a re.sult of three crashes since Oct. 12. Grounding ol jet ftyhtcr, holder of the world's top speed record of 755.1 mph. was a nrcraufionnry measure pending a triOf""'- -•— *-••• n' •••' causes of the crashes. AMBASSADOR — Maurice Couve de Murville is the new French ambassador to the U. S. A veteran of 25 years in the government service, he replaces Henri Bonnet. TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT—Angus, a mixed-breed dog, belonging to tile Rod Van A very family in Milwaukee, Wis., got the shock of its life when this ral jumped off the piano right in front of his nose. The rat is one of five that the family is taking care of during midyear school examinations. HELPS MEDICINE PUT THE FINGER ON DISEASE —The lefl, which magnifies living cells 1 000 t tly i a .scientist examines cancer cell 1 tl c. i It c 1 corpuscle, which is so small Hint 7500 can be placed lit to a five-inch diameler. The image:; will be 100 ti conventional methods. Some of the ways the Determination of almost in t t c llo i t thologist, rapid diagnosis in f i I c n in classrooms. The micros o[ j i b C 1 1 1 it i 1 f f 1 t f ! I 11 1 il t( t 1 i I t t, 1 t S t t f d B d Labi \ 1 i!i 10 bl LIKE TOPSY, HOUSE "JUST GROVVbD"- ed—by seven lads out in Salina, Kan. it ro..c.ii. house of the Mother Goose rhyme. The boys col hood—black, silver, orange, green, white, yd!n- product, which a paint promoter might call *'dett A low door leads into the reception room. On ti linoleum rug. The main clubroom, upstairs, con' constructed from orange crates. .Lighting is by t; walchtower is under Way. The roof is covered den, i. e., cats and girls. The boys are mostly 12- the year when they said: "\Ve h^ci no ; t ci.ibhMj:;;_- constructed—and being construct>A^ a nrckva! castle or possibly the crooked' Seized dribs and drabs of paint in the neighbor* ••; ;.--iJ rc-'i—:ind mixed them all together. The ent£ HT.ior uurnle," i? trie outside color of the "castle.'* in boUjiu iVor there is also a living room, with a r.:; 1 -. n "p.ijII Vi'j'.e ^nd miscellaneous furniture i!" : .!e. On or,;- side a combination office and bv scrap -hinges. Certain visitors are forbid- v;-cir-r!:;'::. They produced the understatement of} jians '<]>- construction—it just went up." J *^*?&j$& *&& # *t F ^3 ^P^^r-iri , ^ ^^ferf^vr.' 5 ^ ' ^> t £*3>4ft> ^ ^ ^ I ^ «.^* s single standard television camera tubt. WANTED—MORE HIGHWAYS—nimt;;;tv<i al; >vc- .-*: «omc ul the principal reasons v.hy President Eisenhower is asking Congress to ^ppiovc- ;i M •;:'(•::< >•!!?• s-xp;msion of the nation's mud- building procram. Basis of his plea is the rocvnt report of h,s hi*< hw.-iy advisory committee, headed by Gen. Lucius D. CLsy. The report recommend :\ ;il-ve.:r, "rlOl billion road-building program. Tin.-- i"~ n JS-i billion increrxse over thr- pn.-.- ; --i>l i,tv-,;i;i.!i. A i,"i::i I.L->V iacet of the hij.;hw:iy pirfure is the !R-c<' ; -.-my 1'or adequate highways ; ( .i c<.-;^u:i'^ .'iil'i"!^ "f reoplr- from target arc:;!? plus sufficient roads tor spa-din.:! miliury nn-n aiui ;-:u;.,-ii'S !•> lhix-:Mi.-!!:-i! areas. "No ufb,m area in lliel ciiu;itry today IKIS highway j'auiiiie:; e-..L;:iI to IJM.- ln.-k." ™ys the report. STORYBOOK SCENE—Dulnh boys nnd «!rls skate on n frozen cnnnl near Volcndarn, resembling a scone froni the pages of "Hans Brinkcr." The girls nrc wearing friiifiorl shfiwls exiled "knin'is" ouy tb^r fyU/M^uily ^'«<««'' j-*.-.—— < j) ATOM EXPRESS—This loy train does scrinup ivnrl; al Ihc llan- fnrd nlomic plant near Ricliland. Wash. II Is used to transport highly radioactive sainplt's from one chc/nic^J appnr.-HU. 1 : lo an- oliier while workers stay at a safe distance. The tram hauls beakers o[ radioaclivo material mounted on llatcars, fmci;roinid, the cbe<nttal analysis. PROUD—It's hard to tell who': prouder of who as Peter West- Hold Holdcn shuttles his father, screen, star William Holden, between sound stages at the Para, mount lot in Hollywood, '' 1 H±K!!-n s ?L r ai c ^V.?,;SS k 7Sn M« i,r their eye-, when they iViund the (Hal dwnrulcd witli a boat, «iil». aloft Then Ilii-y (liVciivc-rwl it was a stl.nl to flat new member* [or thu OSU Sa'ilJni: Clul>. n«"s Moscr. Columbus, is hiindllngi the DIUJO shttt

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