The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 17, 1954
Page 5
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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1954 BLYTHBVILtE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVMi ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES DOC MEETS BIRD — Whiskers, the puppy, seems a little confused by baby owl cap-, tured by Wayne Havenner and his two brothers, of Tysons Corner. Va.. while hunting squirrels.] PREVIEW OF SUPERIAKKIEK— Artist's conception of Navy's USS Forrestai, I scheduled for launching this year, illustrates fixed island structure and canted flight deckj/C CUSTOMS BOSS- Raiph Kelly, 65-year-old businessman of Philadelphia, is new l : . S. Commissioner of Customs, succeeding Frank Dow who re-., tired last year.. S U R P R I S E—A passerby japes at suit of aluminum—which it's claimed can withstand 2.300-degree ceniijrrade heat — worn ^t by man enroute to display it at London equipment exhibit STAR ROLE AHEAD— Rossana Podesta. 19-year- old film actress who'll star in new super-epic movie "Helen of Jroy," care* for her two-months-old baby, in Romerftaly, BUSY OPERA STAR — Rise Stevens is greeted by composer Virgilio Mortari after singing in world premiere of his opera "The Devil's Daughter." at La Scala. Milan, Italy. Two day* she sang Carmen iit Stew York'* Metropolitan Opera House. MUSICAL^HOBBY — Fritz Men*, of Bad Homburfr.) Germany, shows violin he made from 8.000 matches. He claims tone is more resonant than that of workshop-made instruments.] NAVAL COMMANDER —Vice Admiral William M, Callaphan has been nominated by President Eisenhower te be Commander of the United States Naval Forces in the Far East. ANIMAL FAMILY PORTRAIT— There's no doubt about family resemblance as Christopher, week-old camel in London Zoo. makes public appearance with mother, Peggy. fJL°? VK^ NY LANDS ~AnItaIunRed Cross nursY looks at exhibits in international doll show at Palazzo Venezia. Rome, once Mussolini's headquarters. Dolls were sold for charity./ DOCUMENT ON CLOTH — Sewing teacher Ann Necchi works in New York on project of sewing complete U. S. .Constitution with red and white thread on 70 yards of blue ICEMAN IN AFGHANISTAN- An Afghan coolie carries a block of ice cut from a frozen paddy field near JKabul to a storehouse for use in summer when weather gets hokj ENOUGH MATERIAL FOR SEVERAL HATS- The complete lack »f accents tfce sweeping lines of this larfe brimmed hai of polka-dotted blue silk.. y . j OUT OORS AGAIN — This iriraffe' enjoys balmy v hr- T boinjt let out of winter quarters in Frankfurt. Gcr- r, Zoo. Protective screen arouW »»<§ j» k> pr«vao4 libbUpf^ TRAFFIC STOPPER — "Electronic brain" held by Miles V. Barusch. of Downey, Cat, to Md to **««• intorsecttons ahead of speeding emergcMcy — ^'- ^

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