The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1955 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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Saturday, April 9, 1955
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SATURDAY, APRIL », 1958 ! (ARK.) COUrtTER NEWS NEWS OF THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES ROOF OVER HIS HEAD—An 11-inch snowcap covers the roof that covers (his little fellow during a recent snowstorm in Cleveland, Ohio. The bird feeding station not only provided the winged creature with shelter, but also with food. 1, A FRIEND TO THE END—Apparently heartsick over the death of his little friend, a tad but resolute collie keeps Ms hours-long roadside vigil. The little terrldr was killed instantly by • hit-skip driver in Austin, Tex. . . Iron Curtain. The prayers are dedicated to the .cause that these ch.ldren on the other side may soon have the same freedom to pray-. WHAT'S IT? - Don't know why, but sculptor Jose de Rivera calls his creation "Construction." The New Orleanl- born artist says it is made of chrnme, nickel and steel. "Construction" was displayed at the University ot Illinois. ' MAYBE THEY CAN'T READ-The sign it left says "DON'T WAIT IN LINE GET YOUR 1055 LICENSE PLATES'NOW! But on the Vast day "there was this line of lost-minute lalllgnggcn,. Stretching around the corner it's twice as long ¥ ^P«»™ '» *J photo. It was snapped In front of th« St. Joseph, Mich., auto license bureau, but It probably could have been duplicated In »»y <W In the country. AHEAD AND BEHIND—The Southern Cross, Ireland's new 20,000-ton cruising liner, is ahead in design and "behind" in power. That's because she's the first passenger vessel to have her funnel and machinery located in the rear. The ship, with 1100 first-class accommodations, is shown leaving Belfast in North Ireland, prior to a 76-day, round-the-world cruise. ITS A GRAND OLD NAME-A. new French Navy escort vessel, called ?urco«f. receives Its pennant at Saint Malo. France. It was named after the- pubrrrrine Surcouf, said to be the largest in mc world, which disappeared during World War II. WHILE WAITING FOR THE REAL THING—Two youngsters minus baby teeth compare the upper plates they received at Salt Lake City, Utah. Four-year-old Klaus Dieter Wcstphil, left, tui M bib/ teeth because of a calcium deficiency. Lament Tongc, I, loX hit la an accident flve jTMjrt «4« ACA KHAN BUST-This study of the Aga Khan was done In-' clay by his wife, tht Begum Aga Khan. The wealthy louder of the Tsmaeli Moslems is re*] covering at Cairo, Egypt, from: * respiratory infection.„ TOEING THE LINE—Touch thii monument in Quito, Equador, •nd you "touch" the ipot where tht v/orld divides In quarter*. JJ'I iMiM •( »c»oto« poi« iH>*> **O*tr matt* lon«ituda 0-0-1),, "FIYING POGO STICK" LIVES IN TEEPEE-The Convalr XFY-1, revoluUonjrjr vertical take-off ngnler plane, will live In the curious "teepc 0 "-shapcd hangar pictured ibovt it *• Bro*» Field Naval Au!tlll«ry Air Station, San Diego, Calif. The two-part hangar onjjheelt mfoUl^ plane like halves ot a clamshell. Note the tceuee's triple-deck work platform, whi<* pecmm <Mf MCCCSS to ev«ry part 01 the plane.

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