MONDAY, JUNE «, 1949 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE WINE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES n9gfX9BttinEjv^3m^iMHHBlBH^ ROLLING DOWN THE SAILING PON.D — Model boil builders lest their (replicas ot famous sailint craft in a week-end meeting it Round Pond. Kensintlon Gardens. London. FEATHERED FOSTER MOTHER — Four cruy kittens-, born in a. hen's nest *» the, barn of Mrs. Edward Koulh near Faycltevillc, Ark., buvc beun adopted by the owner of In* nest. MODEL WALKS THE PLANK — A model walks the sansnlank between ship and slime at the fashion .show Given by Jean Farell on a ship anchored in the £iine Kivt-r at I'aris. ._ POPE ' S PROCLAMATION — Father l.wgi Trus- sardi. of the Vatican Chancellery, inscribes the I'apal bull of Pou« Tins \1I, read in Rome pruclaiminz (lie 1950 Holy Year. ORIENTAL AR T_J Busch wears » 2,500-ycar-old necklace fashioned by a Persian goldsmith, one of a collection acquired by the University of Clii* caeo Oriental Instilute. BUTTERFLY AUCTION— p r of. EUKCI.C i.c .Mount, entomologist, inspects a pair of Rotschiliti IniHyi (lies v\ hit-It hrou^ht francs at the aucUun of his cullecUutt iu 1'aris. ' F L E E T *A l' R CHIEF —Ilcur Admiral John II. Cassaily (above) has been appointed commander of Fleet flQr, Jacksonville. I h.. one of the most rc- Klionsililc pusls in naval aviation. SINGER'S SCENT — M 0 na Paulee, Metropolitan Open tinscr. shows some, of the 100 hollies of perfume her husband. Dean Hull, has jivrn her since their wcddinf 12 rears ajo. COLLECIAN GRANDPA — Louis Kich, of South Oranfte. X. .1.. 86 and a grandfather. ~uts a cake with fellnw N. J. The coeds are i v*R«ntur/* — Louis Kirn, of south oranire. .N. .1.. »l> and a grandfather, Imv-students, markine the compielion of his firsl year al Bersen Collese. Teaneck, Harriet Gultman, Babs ^jomach, Rose UucofY. Nikki Wnukowski and Dawn Oulyas. CANDIDATE — Jose P. Laurel. Japan's puppet president of the I'liilippinex during uar- limr, ha* hern nominaltd for Philippine president by flic mi- •vrity NacMUuluia BABY TRANSPORT —Sirs. William Kenneth Skacr, of Washington, I). C.. (hanks Indian mothers and kangaroos for this method of carrying , her dau(hlcr, Susie. 18 months old, F O OD FOR MIND AND BODY — Mr. ami >!rs. .1. Fred Weisherl. operators of a butcher shop in Center Market City. Washington. I). C.. inspect a portrait by U. S. Senator Eslcs Kefauvcr (D-Tenn.) in market's annual art exhibition siionsorcd liy Institute of Contemporary Arli. SHORTLIVED SCHOOL-, children of builders of the Hanford Atomic W*rks play out•Me their «uoas«l'kut tchoal a4 N»iUi KichUnd, Wiik, • tutpw> !•»• Uc UM « | U N I 6 R ') E E f— Frank Holland 4, of Cornfnt, N. V.. sill •I the wheel of the 10-raile-»-hour jeep his father built for him. •^ *SfeiMPBO»3PiW»iWJ«*»*^Bii™*W™WWi» tat- ji^^w^nK^inK9Hn^BBHRRKAraHMR9^nMIHIIIHDlMMMMii^MM^B^^R^Me^V< ^ HORSE, RIDER, BARRIER DOWN — Miss Matl^e Kerne's mount hits the rreoml •OK first is he BiUsej a hurdle iu Uie Koyal Agricultural Ilorsr Show at Sidney. Australia.
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