SATURDAY, MAT 7, 1949 BT.T'lflBTtT.T.B (ARK.) COWRIKH NEWS FAOE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES £>-. ••• f FLOATING VILLAGE— A Imvn Illr-rally lln:itliiK "" llir w:\ler is llullirrir. II. 0., whose iili/rnx are lumlu'rjai'Ks nnil ratnLlk'^i, and \vliuiti; homes, built on raTts, Iluat on iliuhino Kound. J A B Y BUS miss Van Genus (left) directress of the Rotterdam Salvation Army Children's I Home, and »mirse escort a group of youngsters on an outing in the carriage Miss Van Geuns hail built, ^INSPECTIO N—llnm, miiM-LiI of Hie Grand Cmsshic pnllre v Mutiun, Chii'iijOi checks otlit'ci3 at InsjiL't'lUin of sninnu'i unKui'ius.. p E E N — Nurse Dorothy Dell and architect islralc a lieu' screen fur I.n.s Ancelcs County i ifTtfn fixes ball an inch under liO-puinid impact. _. . .__ _ _ __ HATS HER HOBBY —Mrs. A. V. .Marli. of t liieaco, collects miniature copies of head- ONCE ARAB NOW ISRAEL I—Once Arab heart, quarters ill Lydda, Israel, this is now Hie home of a Jewish family. r*^™^"*™ m ^^^:T\.^'^^ f^^r J.arvvornb,- well-known BU:SY H A N D S-Edmtm.l Kuril, cnnc'crt cellist, alM> hullcts rahinHs, fixes clfieks and repairs his wife's shoes. Here he dnes u Mjle>and-lieel joli nl home ill Greenw'lch> Conn* MINISTER-PERFORMER _ The Rev. Jnhnslone Hmli (ahnvr) i:plMoiial reetor. it newest eloM'H In l'«vas, comJiiunUy circus w'hieii reo«M4tr «^<He4 lit 'SEA TEST' — TCcnalo Greco. 2^-yrar-old Italian mmlcl ship huildrr. tesls a mmlel <tf (he Italian batllcshii), "Armando Diaz," for seaworthiness in the bathroom of his Koine apartment. HISTORIC GRIST MIL L_ T |,is mill uith Its walrr «heel Ixiill .i( Cnlislosa. Calif., in If.lB lii'Tcin- the "K«l(l rush," uas restored !n I'JZH by Naji.i County Native Sous. IMP' COMES TO MARKET—I 30 Inches innc. Mir Imp." Iielnc rraitled for market at Glcndalc, Calif., will weigh only 175 pounds, travel at 3.~> mile: an hour and sell for $500. ZOO PRUNING— i- m i rimer, euralor at the Thila- drliihia '/.no. prunes Hie hnrn of Kifani, the rhino, with kcci John Regan ami Pal Miokhiui. who finished oueralion with slie FAVORED FOR THE DERB Y_r r ed \v. Hooper's Olympia (above with Kddie Arearo up) ranks Inch aminiR favor- t lle« for the $100,000 Kentucky Derby, May 1 t( Cburchill Down*. S'EEKS ANOTHER VICTOR Y_OI,I Roekpovi (an exercise Imy up) won Hie S.ml.i Anlln Derby and Is one of Ihe slrons candiilates for Diamond Jubilee Kenlucky Uerhy, May 7. DERBY CANDIDATE— Isidor niebcr's Palestinian (aliovc with Ted Alhinson up) finlshcrt second (o Olympla in th» .\Vooa Memorial ami will be a choice in Kculucky Deiby, May V.
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