The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 18, 1951
Page 3
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I SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1951 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB + +ASSOCIATEDPRESS NEWS IN PICTURES •Fl 1GHT OF SN'OW BIRDS' STARTS — Fleet of HO SnowSivds •-•••• : -r, far ;• . :i!nn r.t start of IGth annual ••Might of the snowbirds" off Newport Beach. Cal. A Snowbird is a dinghy in 12-foot cla*; having a siatle sail Marcoui calbut-lype til. ROYAL COURT PLAY — Princesses Birgltla (left) •nd Margaretha of Sweden, granddaughters of late King Gustav V. t Icon** tulhustacl. leva Ibe fundamentals of his favorite game* SCOUTING THE 'GREAT C 1 R C L E' —An RAF Lincoln on a navigational tralnln* trip la North Polar regions, flies above lee-shrouded mountains within the Arctk Circle. E N V O Y N A M C;p — Thomai Whelm. St. TtiomM, N. D., farmer and bualness man. wa» nominated by President Truman as Ambassador to Nlca- raiua. Whclao ta a Republican.] ASSIST FROM CHIEF — Rear Adm. Walter F. Boone. B S Navy Eastern Atlantic commander, uses sword to aid Rose- mt -j, Tlliiiriiiiiniii »t WAVES ninth aMdversarr nke i* Londo* fRIENDLY FAWN—A baby deer found sick In a field near Traunstcin, Germany anrl restored to health, shows no fear of the photographer's dog when lensmen posed pair for a picture. NOMINATED — waidc. mar i. Gallman, of Wcllsvillc, N. Y.. career foreign service officer, has been nominated by President Truman to be Ambassador to the Union of South, Africa. ESCAPING A HOT FOOT— Ills boots smoking, fireman John Hayes climbs Stoney. creek River wall, at Johnstown, Pa., to escape fire started to destroy marauding river worm*. BODY ENGLISH FAILS- Mr*. Paul Kllnefelter watches her 10-foot putt and bid for victory Tall short In Women't Western Golf Tourney match with Margie Lindsay at Detroit. HARD EGG TO CRACK— tmpioj es In the FranW ; [urt Germany, Zoo drill a hole in an ostrich egg to extract Itt $ coatents for an omelet, part of a special duiqcr at Ihf ^**i^ I It t T> { •r "^t^ft '/ ^p*ranecaenu.-Ji«*«if.^i^^"*»«a»' ^^^^" — MOTHER READS A STORY- Comedian Loo Coslelio and his molhcr. Mrs. Helen Cristillo. once again go over "Jack and the Bcanslalk" which be is filming at Culver City. CaL PRESENTING HIS HANDIWORK — Jack Collier points out feature, of his w orh( tat toM-xal* Bw4ii <l iW "C. P. UwXiwUi*" l»c»»ftUv« t* (IfbteMH t> OtUfut, CU. ATTACHED TO HIS, F I N D E R_E,cr since c Ililier of Lancaster, Pa., found "Joe" in a cornfield, thi crow hat. kw« a iinMit pwtMr f«r lk« VIEWING THE ETERNAL CITY — Four U. S. Boy Scouts, cnroule (o AnstHs (O UW W*rU («*•> itm**nt, vt«w a«dect roini In Rome. Ibt CaJeMcum U In the

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