The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1954 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, April 30, 1954
Page 11
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FRIDAY, APTvJL 84, JjtiRK.y COURIER NEWS ASSOCIATED PRESS PA6HB ELEVEN WS IN PICTURES THE WONDER OF I T _ A newly-born baby kan- g aroo at the zoo in West Berlin, Germany, takes a brief, cautious look outside of its mother's pouch at sunlight of a spring day*. MARKING TIME— Celebrating 135th anniversary of trans-Atlantic steamship travel, Mary Ann Gleason compares nto4«fc of Savanna)!, Erst steamer across, aad liner United States. QUEENsIN HER S E T T I N 6 - Nydia Otero, 16, was selected by Puerto Rico's orchid growers as queen of their fourth aftftoai otc*a& show in San Juan, April 24-25. r NOT WHAT IT SEEMS — Sea Hawk jet fiffhters fire starling cartridges aboard British aircraft carrier HMS Eagle, making it seem as if the flattop is afire. The 36,800-ton vessel is shown during Ucct maneuvers iu the Mediterranean. CUT E^K IDS — Two-day-old kids at Beltsville, Md., station of the I*. S. Afrrtculture Department created a mild sensation because toat experts usually look for only a single birth. NEW COMMANDER — Lieut. Gen. Laurence*.. C. Craijrie, above, has been nominated by President Eisenhower as commander of Allied air forces in Southern Europe. CHERRIES ON TOP —Natural colored coarse straw hat trimmed with bunches of cherries and worn at a jaunty ancle was summer mode! shown at Copenhagen, Denmark. AJ>ECADE LATER — The ancient Monastery of St. Benedict on Italy's Mount Cassino is partially repaired ten year* after it was laid in ruins by World War II bombing TEXAS MEETS PARIS— Beverly Pack. 1954 Maid of Cotton, models nink everglase cotton frown by designer Pierrd Balmain for French actress Gaby Alidreu In Paris fashion show. TOURIST SERVICE—A Bckian Airline helicopter, flyinn tourists to Dutch bulb fields in the Haarlem area, is deco«i rated with floral garlands on arrival with passengers. •** J} $75 A WEEK TO ST A R T-Robert Dix, 18-year- old son of late movie star Richard Dix, shows contract with MGM. studio which was approved in Los Angeles Superior Court*, FOR CAMPERJ-OUT— Portable water bar and wash fcaifn that can be attached easily to the side of an automobile art •i § MiMfefe, GcMften?. «a«f iof txhibitioB. -, 0 E R I Y TALK-. Harry Gumnheim'* Cain Hoy Slabfes, from which Dark Star won 1953 Kentucky Derby over Native 9»oc«r. hopt for a rewt on May 1 with this colt, OUat Cracker. KING AND QU E EN—Groom John Chisholm divides a sufar treat between Errard Kin*, Kentucky Derby candidate, f oat «»wot, Madame Queen, at New York'» Jamtica track. ACTOR'S SENDOF F— Film stor John Waynt wlihtt

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