The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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MONDAY, MAY 30, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES I Vi 7 F E ET APART — Homestead (foreground), of Carnegie-Illinois Steel, beats the William Larimer Jones, ol Jones and Laughliu by Hi fed In a race during i'iUsburth's Welcome Heck. WHO, ME ? This steed, normally used lo haul sinnll disks of win* I" His carl, looks skepll«lly »s lilt driver waves a wlil|> at him during llin animal tournament of lloweis In Rome, Italy. CACSTER DUPES FIREMEN- A g promotes it cltarcttf llfhlrr from (he I.uxor Obelisk, »5«uir to sec an Inscription. Klthi. he desceiitls by S P O R T S M A N _ Denl, t'omplon, English crickeier. who is also expert >t golf. Merer Miuasli, holds the "Sporlsinun ,,t the Year" trophy presented to Lltu hi London. CONSOLATIO N—Aflcr falling to win a ribbon, 2-year old KnlhdliM- Kccllnn of I)»uvllh>, V.i,, gets a srslure ot consola tion from a luiuml at tlio SctlEclluld Horse Sliow, Grecusborih-N. E X T R Y _ This famlliar- object is not today's newspaper made doubly useful in a sltowcr, but is a scarf of waterproofed cotton designed by Brooke Cadwallader. t»vi ikb'rKfc' PIC S — Lydia Decker supervises a mass boltle-feedlnt.operation for these half-dozen pigs near Yakima, h. Their mother died shortly after they were born. i B OTT LE-FE D ICED FLOWERS ON QRAV E-Ice-encascd flowers stand on the Petersham, Enic., grave of Capt. Georce Vancouver who explored area bearlnr his name. He died 151 scars BEACH PATROL — Puerto Rican motorcycle police hit a bit of smooth LiHiuillo Beach during annual maneuvers which include crossing rivers, mountain climbing and precision riding. — Ann Marston, ID. British junior champion, carries her arrows on a New York pier after arriving on the liner Washington to join her father in Detroit. •DOWN* MARKER —Lee Grossman, of Los Angeles, demonstrates his new sideline "clown" marker for football Kames. The number can he seen by players, officials and fans. COUNT Y ' 100 YEARS OL D—Cov. W. Kcnll Kerr, of North Carolina, greets 2 Winston- . Salem policemen who, with other residents, grew beards to celebrate Forsytl. County'* cenlcnniaL i RESUMED AFTER 23 YEARS — Abandoned In 1926 when a hurricane caused d'e- i pledftt, work bat started Main on the University ol Miami's main classroom building, DEN. TIST-CUNMAKE R-Dr. Elmer McKeen,Hunt- initon Park, C.I.. <«U,l. riiowi HUM tulll \» fire .3Z etl. blanks. Kit T H F R L A N 0 S FLAG DAY — Ships leave for the marine review »t Vl»«r««t«, new Rotterdam, on Fl.r D«'- the Sunday preceding the departure of the Dutch herrlw fl«t f« M.

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