The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 5, 1949
Page 9
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TOTBDAT, APRIL. B, W49 ' (ARK.)' COURIER KBWS PAOB JUKI THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES PILOT AND CHARGES- t i,,l Jolu, l IICMII. of Amcrii.m Overseas All lines. holds :i of llir 53 IH"s lie ilcu [ruin Germany lo X. V, fur Hits lni'1 Kcfugee Orianiiailon. SEMINOLE FANS — ('at Alirains (ilj:hl), Hruoklyn IHidecrs onllielder. chills with Scmiiinlc Indian Mary Tlccr and sun William al Dodgers' spring (raining camp, Vein lleach. Flu. — ™ - -~P U E R TO R~] CO A P'A'R'f M""E" N T _ This is one or the modern apartment houses creeled in the San Juan area of Puerto Rico In boom that has seen 100 new buildings constructed. » SOUTHERN QUEEN- Mis* Jeanne Zlceler (above). Zl-yrnr-iild scnlgv nf Wayne, I'n., will rule !\% Qnrrn over Hie Slid annlverMiry cerrimmlrs "f Florida Suutlicrn C'ollci«, Ltkeland. H OUSE PAINTER — Deborah Kerr. llritish actress. h** fian*a Monica horn* when not in sltidio at Hollywood^ JUST LIKE HOME — Nancy ChalTee. of Ventura, Calif., is reminded of home as she arrive 1 : at New York's 7th HcsnnohlArmory lor thcjiAtionitl, ^j indoor tennis cliiinjiionsliip. • PAT ARRIVES — 'Tat." a Raetrian camel, burn i Ifi, on Ilie PIT of SI. r.ilrirk'* F)ay. make* Jils iv;iy animtd a r:icr ;tl the Central Park /.oo, in \. V., guarded hy his mother, "Klly." 'THE WINDOW •bara llaln (above), 'who Hie school teacher in "Tile Hoy wllb the Crccn llnlr" li fralllrrd In .T new BKO (llin, "llio VVlH(lo\v," In tiruductlulln WOMEN ONCE WORE THE M-Mr*. S»ll r Mar(oils, nf Lu> Angfli-i, shovvt some of 2,100 hairiv* «ti«'« eoHcetwli 'WHEEL-CHAIR' TENNIS — I'.ilicnls at Ihc Vctrrans Administration iros:iit;\l in Oakland, Calif., receive lessons in MrnkiiiE -A captive tennis ball from Flill Crosby. Tlie hall is hunK on an elastic cord. Flayers are, left to rijhl: George W. Boggs. \\. VV. Slclnlire, and Charles Ileynolils. $100,000 WATCH- Mrs. Grimy Mallll. of Sivll/er- liinrl. wears a I'M ualch slic values at Jino.OOn al N. V. Antiques ,K.\l»osilion. It bears diamoiid-r, rubles, einer^ldi and sippliiret. PLANS HIS OWN RANCH — .lolin IMereer, a barber in North Hollywood. Calif., places two Imrros in llic niinlalure. ranch he built In bis siiare lime. Mcrecr carves each piece by hand and has been working on the project shico 1031. The model shows an early western ranch sceno^ « ? »®j£^_ ^V^f^{ ( *>" %*»tfftaK SPRING SWINGS — Louise UalcbcK. I>orls Wallace and Thelma Mattox (Ipfl to richt), of ibe Lorelei Ladies' seflball team, ga iu for ^pepper game" batting al their trainiiie camp, Atlanta, Ga, TWO W H EELS, NO HANDS- Bill llyncs, In- striietor, carries Vivlin Kennedy as a passciiRcr on a training trip aboard Hit neub'-dciirntd Jiua duaJ-conirc) moUiroycle In .V. W ^ ^>MBMHBVM^HW« JUUIUIIIUL mt.^TK^awiTtRtfuSx^ IS&^i .' &8$Jt&a:jia. .HKftuHL u aL_. 9 ART ON AN OSLO BRIDGE — staluiry bj Custav Viseland, one of N'or»»y'« «ui», *(inditii tculptarj, adorns tie bridge at Vitelaad Park, and the Park iittjf, !• Oc!», NOT***, Jj

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