The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1954 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 31, 1954
Page 9
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MONDAY, MAY 31. 1954 •LYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES HEADING FOR HOM E—With spinnakers billow- Ing as the sun sets, this Luders 16 yacht gracefully heads for the finish line during International Race Week series in Bermuda. M E ET—Poets Robert Frost, left, and^Carl iMnner in New York City where they were .". _ Ji-^_i— te n^f worit of fcooks." R E A D Y TO WORK— Sidney, seated, and'Charles ChapHn. director Alexander Paal and Susan Cook study script ta BMrtwtf, Ge«nao0, where sons of actor wtft make a movie. SKY AND SEA FIGHTING TEAM — A shore-based long rangre Ix>ckheed WV-2 radar plane flies above carrier USS Oriskany in the Pacific. Plane, with its electronic equipment, can direct carrier-based planes into battle. 60INC <m New AROVND IN STYL E — Painters use electrical scaffold to work on cable sMe of Sewfe Waefetof ton Bridge over Hu*soa River, The job w& tefce two years. NEW CHIEF- Rear Admiral Alfred C- Richmond Ijas been appointed by President Eisenhower as Commandant of jj. S. Coast Guard succeeding Admiral MerHn O'Neill. RARE STUFF~Mr S . EL mer D. Samson models rare ornaments, in a San Francisco museum exhibit, made by South American Indian goldsmith* before Hispanic conquest. STRANGER AT THE TABLE — This mother cat not only tolerates a baby rat but permits it to feed %vith her kittens in the Flint, IVfich., home of Mrs, Lawrence Miller, t^ FURRY FRIEND S_Tina. a Siamese kitten, and Ja-Ja. a Capuchin monkey, house pels of C. M. Gibboney< ^of Lonf Beach, Cal,, nestle close to each other—strange but secure friends. HELEN STEPS OU T_ Opera diva Helen Traubcl practices dance \vith Jose Ferrer as she prepares to make Hollywood film debut in movie about Si&mufld Romberg and his musio. .^V"™^ ^ r, ~w»™°*«" ACT OF CRATITUD E—Lorgi Mollo, an Italian •migrant, carves head of Simon Bolivar at his TureD, Venezuela, in appreciation for opportunities in new land. N MERI*SI6HTSEE R_Thte cow Is not headinf for the CapKol to re^inter a beef Mtrel/ to l» t«w of a police patrol cnroute to Washington pound after (ailing from A FORGOTTEN H OT- L I C K E R_Michaci Mofratt ptorrs a spr v »cnt, an obsolete hnss member of t'ic cornet family, in duplay case at New York's Metropolitan Mutewu of IOUND FOR GIANT FISH FRY_ An oversized frying pan 1$ trucked throu|fc Genoa, Italy, to Camogli for a fish fry. Three tons of 0sh were U» be cooked in lot D*H.

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