The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1954 · Page 9
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January 20, 1954

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1054 Bl.YTTIP/.'iM.R (AUK.) COtmTKK KBWS TAQE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ROYALTY ON WINTER HOLIDAY *t fudt G I K E «em LITTLE LAMBS- Midget poodles of Frau Maria Schmidt In Stock- t» b, in a listenin, mood. They grow to ma x ,mum.he,g,,t « 14* inches. K <J I A U I I w 1^ »»!»•«•"•• .- — _-—-Queen Juliana walks with skis across her shoulders durin lamily's winter sports holiday »t Grindlewald, Swiss ski -Dutch S royal resort- IN NEW H 0 M E- Jocko, a bald eagle, stretches wlnss at Washington, DC.. Zoo after arrival by airline. The bird was rescued from the Ice In upper Michigan and nursed back to health. PONY-TAIL HAT — This winter wool cap, worn by Pal Benoit, television player, features a shank of yarn as a tall down the back, held up by a pony-tail clip with button. ECONOMY SIZE AUT 0—Auto which goes 93 miles on a gallon of fas Is the smallest Kalian car on market Manufao- turer of tiny car with rear engine and front door is ISO of Milan. k .JW 1^ «^—• • STATUE' MOVED — Workmen erect scaffolding around Victoria Statue in London preparatory to moving It five yards to concrete base In foreground. Movlnt will speed up traffic. NOTING CHANCES — A visitor to Milan, Italy, t'aihedral Museum examines 15lh century model of famous church whioh differs from present day edifice after several restorations. GREAT, N EWS_MaJor Sammy Lee, Olympic dlvins champ and now an Army doctor In Korea, smiles at news he has been awarded Sullivan Trophy ts outstanding amateur athlete. ARTIST AND 'CRITICS'—Passcrsby study efforts NEW' ART FOR M—Pierre Barnaul!, Parisian artist who makes pictures with bird feathers, models a prehistoric head. He opened a shop In Monlparnasse quarter to exhibit works. IT CREW AND CREW — Barbara Fuller, 7, holds carrot weighing more than five pounds pulled from home garden in Liberal, Kan. It apparently kept growing up to winter season. " ss GREETINGS AND C I F T S-A policeman In Alhent, Greece, amid presents from motorists, greets a passerny on New lew's O»y, a day celebrated more by AlbenJaua Uian ClirisliBas. : HOCKEY LATIR_rr» tennis slars Don Budse, forcRround, and Panctio Segura play after.. Boon »al«li In N«w York's Madljoa iiqutn Garden on mats over ic« uwd for nliht hockey ,am«._

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