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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 7, 1954
Page 7
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FRIDAY, MAY 7,1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES GOVERNOR TUR^S FISHERMAN -New Jersey Governor Robert B. Meyner waits patiently for a bite as 1954 state trout season, opens at Saxton Falls, near Hackettstowm THIS FUN TOPS AL L—Nibsie, a boxer, plays the sedate guardian to three orphaned baby squirrels found by chil« dren of Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Delavigne of Silver Spring, Md. FIBREBOARD TEN T— Fay Thomas of Chicago tries door to a fibreboard tent designed for U. S. Army. It can hold 10 men and is claimed to be cheaper and warmer than canvas. ROUND ONE OFTHE STAR BOUT— Two Palomino stallions wearing straps and "gloves" to prevent serious cuts, put on a boxing match for which they are specially trained by their owner, E. Olenkamp, at Paramount, CaJ. KISS-CURL CLI P- The tail of this eight-inch diamond cockatoo clip gives a kiss- curl effect to the samin hairdo ^created by hair stylist CariU _ ^ Alexandre in Paris. WINNER AND LOSER S— Italy's Giuseppe Farina passes two burning cars on way to Grand Prix victory at Syracuse, Italy. One car struck turn barrier and tecond crashed into it., I FOR DOC FOOD — Crew members of ice breaker Kista Dam haul in a seal killed to feed sled dogs at Mawson Station, Australia's research base on MacRobertson Land. Antarctica. MINIATURE V-8— Norman Seymour, of Whittier, Cal.,shows a IS'/^-pound motor which took t\vo years of spare time and cost $125 to build. It is capable of 7,000 rpm. SENATOR ON HORSEBACK- Mrs. Eva Bow- rinf. Senator from Nebraska succeeding late Dwijrht Griswold* looks over prize cattle on her Bar 99 Ranch near Merriman, Neb.; MARBLES CHAMP— Geonre Maynard, 82, who led British learn to victory over II. S. sailors, greets Seaman Georgf Smith, before marbles match at Timlcy Green, England. VISIT PRELATE— Korean Children's Choir, on tour for American Korean Foundation, visits Cardinal Spellman id Newjkfork. Gen. James Van Fleet, looks on. OVERBOARD — Jack F^ejrc^r, anchor man for T.nnff Li'-ml *.%rrir'Tlt» School am collapses in mire after linisliing third in Colletute Track Conference relay race at New York ULTRA-MODERN C H U R C H - New St. Albert Ca"io!ic Church, Sanrbrucl-'-n, Germany, has Chanel under open spire of concrete pillars and main building in background. ^ NO CONTEST—A Princeton University freshman crew fives up after shell hit * rock , during Potomac River schoolboy regatta at Washington, D. C. Harbor police rescued «trpm«a» j

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