The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1951 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Saturday, September 15, 1951
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1951 ' (ARK.) ommrwi 7AM + +ASSOCIATEDPRESS NEWS IN PICTURES + + MAKING PORT IN GOTHAM— Italian cadcli L wave from the rigging nf Ihcir training sltip, the Amerigo Vespucci, it they arrive in New York on lee of a 10,000-mile crulso,) SHOWING HER M A S T £ R Y-,E A R L Y _ Ju ii e Allen, Crandon Park Zoo, Miami,. Fla., director and lion tamer, •hows three cubs which will cose problem for her in near future** CHECKING UPON GEORGE- Charles Grunwell. Jr., garbed as Gcorec Washington for District of Columbia historic play, "Faith of Our Fathers." and Treasury Secretary John W. Snyder check on the Continental Army costs, at U. S. Treasury. . - .-10.,,_?-_ CITY TRAFFIC NO PROBLEM FOR FLOCK- Though pedettrlana tremble at bucking dally street traffic, these sheep unconcernedly move tnroufh Frankfurt, Geraaanr, thoroughfare. It to understandable kn Uat U was on a Sunday. AMO N D-DEC K ED t Burragc wears a king's n in diamonds at the open. ing 'of the Je^vplers 1 Show in [N''A.Work City. Gems tolal up to _ i'J^U carats and $2,225,000. .. SOMETHING NEW IS ADDED—; Carved rlbi of a radical design lift this German racinc boat clear of Ike water a* bow tat stem u i« iuke> It. naMen run on Weser River. ^ MijASS RELIGIOUS CONVERSION- Jehwah, Wltre«« line Frankfurt, G«. many, swimmln; pool to set convert* baptiMd kr iaiBKnloi at MCt'a taUmat*»nal eonfreM. a / PARIS FANCY — this SchUparclli creation, an orange Jersey hat worn far back on head, ends In plaited pigtail U^d with grosgrain bow and clipped with diamond barreUe. BACK IN SWING A C A I N _ NIn. (Honey Bear) W.irrcn, daughter of California's Governor, lakes sun at Jonathan^ Club, Santa Mo«lca. She's almoit completely recovered from polio.. I RELAXING IETWEEN >FI timer Mac Marsh, of "Birth of A Nation" tcaye durUit leisure time b«(w<en rain I TROPHIES FROM THE S 0 I.L _ M rs. Jame. Rccd displays giant Guinea heans grown in her backyard garden at Kock Island, Wash. One weltiis ten pounds, Is 50 inchei l WILL REIGN— The Queen of Ihc J.os Aneclrs County Fair aeleeted (rou UieM eleven uojli;ls, all studlcnls at JIoiuil San Antonio a'3 Po , (J.-oll mona. Cal., \vlll be llege, rumoua,. • j LEN^S.INTRODUCTION- rip., a new babj dwarf donkey at thf flaKcnhcrk 7.00 In Hamburg, Germany, SHAPING UP FOR SESSION— Buildings being constructed for the U. N.'i G«n««l k_ Awemhlj session iu Vatii form a U around the fountain in front of the Palais d< CkalMoL. •

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