The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1954 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 7, 1954
Page 3
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THUREDAY, JANUARY 7, 1954 BLYTHEViLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRE1 ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES P E R F ECTCWH ET H E R UP OR D 0 W N — Four Meteor Is, flown by members of a Royal Air Force acrobatic team, •re photographed as they fly upside down at the top of a loop during a maneuver over the Yorkshire coast near Bridlington, Enfland. NEW ENGLAND Y U L ET I D E_ Lighted tret illuminates Center Congregational Church on New Haven's historic Ireen. In right background is Yale University's Harkness Tower. WALKING THE ' K I TTE N'_ Alexis K«rr, *. daughter of an animal trainer, takes "Nizam," a two-year-old Bengal tiger, for a stroll in Ascot Village, Berkshire, England. CAMERA CUTIE S—One kitten appears to be "pretty, ing up" the other as they were being photographed by Walter . Chandoha, Hunting ton Station, N. Y., for the Cat Calendar of 1954, S E T T INC;' UP IN NEW FIELD — Abe Simon displays muscle to group of former pugilists, now fellow actors In Hoboken, N. J., for film on waterfront crime. Cast as "waterfront toughs," are, left to right: Roger Donoghue, Simon, Tami Mauriello, Lee Oma and Tony Galento. N DISGUISE-obser. ration tower in Offenburg, Germany, is in reality a printing plant chimney which was masked and decorated to make It attractive to sighUecn. HAPPY MOMENT— Mrs. Kathryn Godfrey, mother of the radio and TV stir, poses with conductor Andre Kostelanetf ta Toronto after premiere of her composition, "Marine Boys March.V YOUTHFUL STAR — Fourteen-year-old Bobbie Sir Kcgian, of Temple City, Cat., sits on one of his motorcycles surrounded by trophies he's won in open motorcycle drag races. GOING BACK INTO USE — Hangar at South Weymouth, Mass, used as base for anti sub patrols in last, war, will house llghter-than-alr craft formerly based at Siiuantum, Mass. OLDE>HAIRDO-This Parisian coiffure, Inspired by the Middle Ages, features a blonde switch draped over the forehead and outlined by a diamond necklace and earrings. TIMELY TOUCH — Mrs. Jenla Belch, 21, one of the few women clockmakers in the United States, adjusts chimes of a 209*, year-old Viennese clock In her father's New York City shop,* WHEN MOTHER NATURE * « *• L S-«wew workers move Into flooded streets W tellers, MiUitrn FfMct, altar Wvw Otb «vtrf»w»« kMki u« laiwItM put of MWB,. ? T '? ? ° PAST — A worker touches up teeth In restoration of jaws of a prehistoric shark In the new fossil and fish ! •fcov. o( AmwicM MUMUJB of Natural History IB New fork, j SHORT CUT IN H I L L S — Traffic moves on new VenenelM wperMfhwif UuMfa Aadtu iMtUlto tMUKcUa* tuftrt d UGMira With «•!••%

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