The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1949 · Page 10
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June 7, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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' PAGE TEN BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER K1!WS TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1949 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES LONDON SEES FIRST YACHTING IN CEN TUR Yl 8anela E n S aiiiu E C.ub holds race, cclebrali,* U 5 diamond jubike. t h, ,irsl , dm ih, TH « . in tonal >I mTr^ "an Vcen^y IN. DOOR WHALE R—visitor* board one of Die world's largest models, a 50-foot replica of whaler l.agnda. with a .lO-fuo mainmast, at Bourne Whaling .'Museum. New Bedford.JMass. BAVARIAN 'HALL OF M I R R 0 R S '_ Copied from Versailles. France, the "Mirror Hall" of Herrenchiemsee Castle. Bavaria, is open to the public for the first time in 20 years. FEATURES TO O r. u c n — Ttes* Casufson. 5. plain a new face for his doll, one of a ce~z sErjcfc trp« on uhich children may re-draw features vvita i;eeul colored crayons. JAPANESE 'OSCAR' — Samuel Goldwyn shows "H»n»j'i," highest Japanese film award he received for "Best Tears of Our Lives," shown in Japan by the U.S. eovernmcnl. BEAUTIFUL FEET —Pilricia Hall was chosen "girl with Hie most beautiful feet" in Hollywood, by the Western Chiropody Conjfress during National Foot Health week. I A K E R S IN vocational trai i J H i^ !^ ,*.,!* ' N G — liakinc students check their daily production al Ihe ms school of Ihe University of Puerto Kico which has an enrollment of 3300.,. VISITOR-VICTOR — I.ennart Strand. Swedish champion, holds the plate he won hy beatinR Lurtwig Warne- munde, Gernran champion, in a • 1,500-meter race in Berlin. NEW CEkMAN (_ U I N 5 _ A cashier of the Landei Central Bank in Frankfurt pills into circulation for western Germany new 10-pfennig coins made of an alloy of copper and zinc. CAN CRUISE ON LAND OK w A I t K — Herbert F Farrar. of Miami. Fla.. pal* his automoboat through its paces. It has heavily-ribbed tires which propel it afloat or ashore. CAR — Stilts replace ladders for carpenters building stands for Ihe Paris Fair. Workmen say they move around taller and the slUls cost less lhan ladders. LAR ,. {' 'M ERCURY' — Schlaparelli's "Flyins Mercury" collar, in navy and while striped faille, forms a papnnse porket at Ihe back of this slim - navy larTela evening sheath. ( when plow It reverted. SUMMER FUR -Gold brocade contrasts with while American hroadlail in this jacket by Kslher Dorothy- The brocade also forms cufTs, bell and band around Ihe neckline. SISTER OF A FOR-t* K i N c _ ra. ..rrs,,, Um •f Italy, walki with her children, Guy, S. Chaatal. J, and Rtny, 7, on k*r «Ul« »l M»ndelieu, FrMcfc

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