The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1951 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 6, 1951
Page 9
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MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 1951 BLYTIlKVn.KE. (ARJU COURIER NEWS PAGR NTN* +ASSOCIATEDPRESS NEWS IN PICTURES** A BERLIN TRACK MEET O P E N S —The ois'.slr-f'-•: r-.-n .-r,-l woniw allies "f Br.-lin'i• irlmnlj s'anil al .iifrilion on the field of the Olympic Sladium iu the former Jlcich capital uurin; the opening ceremonies of a track and tield tonlest C O B B -Y - C A T_Nipper, i two-year-old cat, has no trou'-le gnawing at an ear of corn fashioned on a homo-made 5k?v,-er by his mistress, Dorothy Brlnn, in iiar home at Hollywood, CaL SYMBOL OF F A I T H—Berlin Sladlnm, f»imne<r wllh Germans from East and West for climax of five-day church conference, If dominated by 24-lon cross, 75 f(. high and 25 ft wide. B U TTER F L( EYES) — V.'orn by Shirley Lewis at London's Optical Trade Exhibition are "Butterfly" spectacles of , .black ; plastic, the .frame decorated with butterflies. NOSE TO THE C R I N D S , >> N -' «i-crof»- - t-n i - '- -inv,--" clos. to ground during sidecar event of inlernationLtl motorcycle races at Sciiottenrinc, licrmai.y. VIOLINIST ON A H A Y P I L E-Yehudl M«i«M tr -s Ills son, Smithy, for a hjyrlde oi't?ide Melbourne, Australia. •i world famous musician relaxes between coDctrt apRCAr QUIIN WITH KNOW HO W_ Ne w York sial, s ISSt Dairy Queen, Beverly Prior, 17. of Samiuoil, X. Y.. iluc'.s all meter drlyfaif MTfatner'l 166-acre farm, and milks <0 cows daily. FROM CAROLINA— Vrelty Bobble Phillips, of Aberdeen, N, C., stniles as she drapes herself In large leaves of tobacco grown af Henry and If albert Blue farm, Aberdeen. VEEP 1NVOIC E— Vice PrcsWont and Albcn Darklcy <ri?M) sine nilh at oufTct . supper jiven In Washington for servicemen by Mrs. Barkley and Mrs. Clark Clifford. Zoo. At <8, hes one of oldest hippos ever known In captivity. MEETING IN ROMS — Screen actor Van Jihnscn, ' :c:l ?^ a pr':>i fi^r ''1^5 in >m", e 1 '-'- \ 7 ,'.',h ?"ir r.2 S/Ss's. m. fc:. I>2nicl (1.) and John C. iioagHn 01 U. o. embassy guard. ' //^M''^ : N ; NEW SITE IN SIGHT. N elen'iinl wr-l ? h;rj ,. *V ( , RETURN OF A ,. . .. '-- 1-039 poundl s " ' • fi «t < ~ "~ •• 1 r C.-nrral in hViroiir -re re 1 - ,-c-d in Marsha Hunt, holdi the do«, . *">*'! wsicUionj France (o AyJuiord Pri v r/, MiiiUloue.'EntlUid^ bii !1 - T tn» ^ irtPived from its loca- lion on Cbicijos South \Vestcrn Avc., i 0 a new sue un (he same a\cnue by two trucks,

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