The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1954 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 15, 1954
Page 7
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THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1954 (ARK.) VAtB ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES SPRING FEVER — The Baron, a gorilla seven years old and growing in strength, raises voice in temporary" cage while ref iriar one it fitted wife stronger bars at Columbus, O., Zoo. SUBMARINE HUNTER S — Five American-built Sikorsky S-55 helicopters of Ihe British Navy's first anti-submarine squadron to & formation near Gogport, England, Air Base after the unit was placed in formal operation. MAM IN THE KITCHEN _ BIM Chappeii, male in hone economics course at University of Rhode Island. wMh «M otosttnatM in teit of preserve*. NOVEL FIRE DRILL— Firemen In Verona, Italy, put out mock btoze at city's Colos- »eum, a structure larger la circumference than Colosseum in Koine aad just as ancient CHIEF CHAPLAIN — Maj. Gen. Patrick J. Ryan, a Roman Catholic, has been nominated at Chief Chaplain of th-- Army, succeeding Maj. Gen. Ivan L. Bennett, a Baptist. , SMART LIKE A FOX — Rusty, a pet fox captured by W. C. Rosebud, of Burbank. Cal., when the animal was thre* months old, performs one of a number of tricks It has learned. IT'S THE LAW — Flashlight on stirrup, with white beam front and red to rear, is ustd by Stuttgart, Germany, mounted police to comply with law that nighi riders cftrry Ufbta» IN THE FAMILY— Judy Devlin, left, and b-r sister, Sue, of Baltimore, Md., hold trophies after v. inning All England badminton doubles title in London. Judy won women's singles. CUESS WHAT? — This hairdo, called "Sea Gulls' Flight," with a spider-like decoration, a creation of Carita and Alexandre. is the latest thing shown in Paris. RESTORATION PROJECT— Architect Werner March, left, and Protestant Bishop Gerhard Jacobi view model of war-damaged Kaiser VVilbclm Church to be .rebuilt in Berlin. HONOR WAR DEAD — Japanese cameramen cover* ing U. S. Marine exercises on Iwo Jima offer prayers, flowers and wine at grave of Unknown Japanese Soldiers killed there in 1945. NEW SCHOOL OPENED — Schoolgirls In national c«stumes meet officials inauguration of new Allied Power* Headquarters scJkwl l» St. GeriMiM en L*>e, near Fai FOR LOADING SPEE'D — Pennsylvania Railroad's conveyor in PhiladcJphia will cr>-ry 3.600 tons of iron to fr«ifhi cart from ikl^t » %iurl«r-«Bile WONDER I U I L D I N C ' — Galvanized steel panels fastened with nut* Md bolts fi Iriittlcai kttkltaf *t nanj wn. Over it it test span (• deknnint wind Md

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