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May 21, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1949 BT.YTHEVll.T.E (ARK.) OOUR1KK NKWS PAGE FIVE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES JilEENSAMONGTHE BLOSSOMS — Pal Davlson, military ball queen, and I.ynn Davis Kake Walk nuccn, both of the University of Vermont, admire the apple blossoms In the orchard of United Nations delegate Warren R. Austin, near the University campus in Burllnglon. LADIES IN THE RING — F.ilme mklr, of Turkey, losses Madeleine Dmal. (if I'lancc, over her shoulder In one of tin international women's wrestling show lualchtt in Milan, Italy. FLYING ELEPHANT — n av id Cansrtale, son of the London Zoo head, has Ihe first ride on a four-months-old elephant calf that arrived from Calcutta on a British Overseas plane. 'POPPY GIRL 1 -Mile. Annie Rohineau (above), daughter ot » French veleran. will be flown from Faris with Flander* popples for the American Legion's poppy campaign. __ 1900 NET BALI Dignity outranks mobility In this exhibition tame of netb.ll betweea women players lu costumes of 1900 that icalurcJ a tournament at Wembley, London. BIRD ON HAND _ rvelvii Knieht, SIIISIT. receives a&sislancc frum lalkalivc pet parakeet at her home in The Bonn convention which drafted the new German constitution adopted the Rag of the old Weimar Republic, above, as the new national emblem. The tricolor was thrown out when Hitler came to power and raised Ihe swastika in 1933. It makes the fourth time the black, rc<i and gold flag has been used in German history. H was also the slandard of General Von Lutzow and his men in 1813 and again during the 18-18 revolution. NEW AMBASSADOR —David K. F. llrncc (above), former EGA hrail 111 Paris, appointed Ambassador to France. FASHION PARADE — Models In new fishloni drlv» ground Koine's 1'iazza dl Siena after appearing at the hor«« »h»w. &$f "AM B A Si A D6 R-F I'S H E R M A N — Javier N;ijer» Torres. Mexie.l. l.«y .imbjssailor to Ihe 1! S . lislies will, Karen luce his K «i;l.- for a day al the (Jynsy trail tluu, Carmel, N. X. ADVISER — John Foster Dulles (»bov«) will advi»« U. S. ironp it 1'aria meellni of For- I eign Minister! on Gerni»i>y.. BOY TRAINER — Michael Fay. 13-year-old Granada, Cnlif.. lilsh school student and a horse trainer, has bis T.ilomino, Jimmy Hix, demonstrate how he releases his master from ropes. PAPAL GUARD RECRUITS- Two new recruits for the Kins'; Guants (lefl) at Vatican City, don Ihcir uniform* in (he organi/.alion tfi.U has heen gtianline (lie Topes since 1506. OPEN-AIR 'ACADEMY . Victoria Embankment GattkM, — Artists arrange Ihcir exhibits in. this open-air " lorn, eack "«xiu»il»f" beuic all«wc4 >• wi»ar« •«•* «allery" in t W »»•<•« G JUMP— An Austrian rider jumps bis B gual from a standing position In ^ Rome'horse show exhibition., E "B I <j rVUK Mtt I—The Palais etc Marbre Rose, home of «h« D«chtsi •* T »H/- ,ord, In 1'arU, wlU be the K«n« ot the Bit four «onf«euce on GecmMir, WliiBI IUJM-