The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12; 1930 'fAmc.Y couimnt THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES A I R PLAN ES OVER MEDITERRANEAN- -Fireflies'- of the Hth Carrier Croup fly over warships off Sardinia durijie. exercises ot the British Hone and Mediterranean fleets. A M 0 T H E R A N D H E R C U B _ Brumas, the lialiy nolar bear, receives tt.e ««elcsi . allenllon reserved by mothers lor Uieir children as mother Ivy nuzzles the cub at the London Zoo. ' TO DRIVE N E W L I N E R _ ,„,,.„, prwellm rast b. for a passenger ship cross George Washington Briilsc. ; iork, enroule lo Quincy, Mass., for liner Independence WINNING CAPTAIN TEXAS S A P - G A T H ' — Koscmarj Dcilineer, of Tex., galhers sap in. (he Middle-bury College, VI. ma'plt — for UK annual itudent nuaje "sujarmg-pfr v«ly. —M: Darlinr, of Edmonton, holds the .championship trophy after Ihfi Canadian ice: hockey ; team teat Sweden in the world ti<l« fa^l M Wembley. London. , next season, NerrO! sa opera baritone Robert Merrill rehearse LITTLE DRIBBLE — Stephen Winfrey, 3, son of coach Shelby Winfrey of Kingston, Ky., was an unscheduled performer at State hlsh school'basketball tournamcut iu Louiiviilc, GIFT FROM N E H R U _ Ashok. one ef two clephuti by Frcmlcr Nehrti of India'In WashlhBlon, D.'C. Zee, M' Lolikd aboard Hit IctlimUui freighlcr Steel Fabrlcatar U Baabw; ,j •MAID OF COTTON' — Elizabeth McGce, South Carolina's "Maid of Colton" and good Mill ambassador abroad, walks in shadow of the EifTcl Tower on her arrival in Parts. A QUEEN IS FORTY, a, to - -••»«•*• wi »<«,•'n 1*1 •*. jtunds on the bilconjr of the rcynl rtk and the Princesses Anne Marie. 3, Bcnedikte. 5. and I the crowd which {retted her on her fortieth birthday. EXCHANGE STUDENTS — Women's RAF members arrive In New York on the Queen Elliabeth to study at U. S. air fields under an exchange acrccmcnt. I.cfl to rlcht: TliKht Ofncer Joyce Borlase, ioinj to Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, Tex.: Sriuadrnn Olliccr Mary Ooodworlh, lo Wash- Inttoo; r, O. GUliua Camiiiou, to Scott ricid, III,; and F. O. Audrey Tenfold, lo ^litchel Field, N. Y. SWIMMER ARRIVES —Crcla Anderson, Danish swim* mer, shows medals she w-on in 1318 Olympic Games as she arrives at New York International I Airport cnroutc to San Francisco. ] AMERICAN ATHLETE-PREACHIRA8R OAD_ oilbodds {left). fa»»« 4ij. tancc runner, \vli6 Istln Japan 6n a preaching Itmr «nder the auspices of the Pocket TesUmcat Infwt el New Ywk, talkt wllb Sil, KoUie KowUoAi at the Armed Forces radio lUtion ia Ttkn. .

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