TWELVE BLYTH^VILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY. MAY 17,1949 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES L LA M E ET S L A D Y — Vhll (riKlit). a male gorilla In the St. Lniils 7.oo. altempU ?£ :ss Mr^ ^^^ ^^ "-• FRANCHOT TONE, CHEF — Krancliol Tone whips up a confec'Son at La Calavados restaurant. I'aris, where once a week a well-known actor Is invited to preside over the kitchen. ONE-DESIGNS CROSS. THE LINE — U. S. and Bermuda International One- Designs start the first of their series of seven races for the Amorlla Cup in Bermuda's Great Sound. Lifting its nose from a wet runway in Baltimore, Met., after a remarkably short run take-oft, the Navv's first jel-pmverod patrol plane, the Martin Mercator, gets airborne. Noted for its high rale of climb, the swift, liard-hitling plane can light its way into and oul of tight places The -10-ton patrol ship looks like a regular twin-engine job, but hides much of its power potenli;il in two in i-r.gmes mounted behind conventional propeller-driven motors. BEECHAM AT 70— Sir Thomas Hccclum. British cun- ffi b toasted at a London reception marking his 70tli birthday. FESTIVAL QUEEN .— M.ircrel Thors. daughter of the Minister from Iceland, visits an orchard during her men as (tiirrn of the Apple lilossom 1 cslival at Winchester. Vs. YS : ' : S >-. .-^asr^'i > •\1 \ « "% \i-.-'iia % OLD SOLDIER STtPS OUT_Scrcc.ini Slajor George Murphy, of the Irish Guards. 82. tells a ilanvinfr narlncr, Poreen Smith, 21, of his campaigns, at Old Time Ball in London. The first and only woman envoy to the U. S., Mrs Vijaya Lakshima Pandit n-ht newly-appointed ambassador from India and sister off PrTmc Stnister Jawaharlal Nehru, arrives at New York's La-. GuTrdia iucld. She is accompanied by l.S-jcar-old daughter RiU^ DANCE FOR A QUEEN — Netherlands cminlry cirls offer » croup clog il.inre in Amslcr- d«m's Olympic Stadium during Ihe ceremonies cclebraling Queen Juliana's forlictti birthday. * DIPLOMATIC CALL — In full ceremonial robes. U. Onn. new Burmese Ambassador to England, leaves his Embassy in London for a visit to King George at Buckinsham 1'alacc. p UP i L T ELL s TEA'CHER — Frank c^^,^ 0 ^,* J : ' rtfrfctOfi tells HIS lorrnrr^s .-'-*i i hi« Hollywood, studio. '.-si >tout screen playsourinj ncr\isiiio nis j i ; i . TO U,N C S.T.E RS DO THEIR PAR T_i n costumes «f ancirnt rulers, lilllc tlrls inarch • IB n*ttm\n in (be Shlbuya area of Tokyo where a new Buddhist thrine Is to be creeled. BEAT ALL THE MEN BUT ONE_Masak» Kalsura, .faiian's only \vnnian nrnfi-sshinal liilli.irdlst. took second »iUce in Japan Ihrec-euslilon clunipiansliip afainst a field of men. ULTRA-STREAMLINED AUTO — Norman E. Tlmbs, of Van Nuy», Calif., stands beside his car on which hydraulical|y-r»is«d tear "deck" 'overt engine, gas tank an* apart wheel.
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