MONDAY, APRIL 17, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE BLEYBK THE. ASSO GATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES &&?&?'Wj*sM SrV-4 j.P R E C 1 SI 0 N A T 6 0 0 M I f E S~A N H 0 U R _ The Acrojets, U. S. Air Force team, fly Lockheed F-80 Shooting Slars COO miles an hour at Hie Las Vegas Fighter Gunnery meet, , n. quirlers building stands alone on Ilic F,;ist Side skyline of New York Cily in this view looking from First ,\venue at .17tli Street. AGROUND ON LONG the fre^Mcr Unrri-ane . TIDBIT STRETC H — Mary Tahmin Tccds Kdilli (left) and her son. Boston, giraffes in Ihr (tingling Bros, and Barmiin & Bailey Circus as it opened the season in New York. 1 |rH-,|i«™i f . ~, ° nt °' lllc v} *"" n! "" firsl "nsiinment of Ameriean war alenal ls unloaded from Ihe deck of the French carrier Dnmude at Bi/erla, Tunis. AIRFORCE H EAD — Thomas K. Finlcller (ahoi'e), »l! New Vnrk, was nominated by! Tresidcnt Truman as Secretary) of tlie Air Force, succeeding! W. Sluarl Symington, rtslfmi'i CIRCUS ARRIVAL S_ Mrs . Martha Il.ml cintdlcs Gar- canltia II and .Mine. Tnlo (rislil), baby gorillas, on tlicir arrival in fscw Vurk will, |h c Kingling Mros. and IJarnum & Dalle iley Circus. ODD BIRD HOUSES — Here arc some of the more Ibaii 1.500 bird houses of varlouj materials e.xhiliited in the travel and sport sliow at the State Fair Coliseum in Detroit. hlbilion .( the Hotel Slaller. New Vork. F A N S FOR JAPAN — A worker checks a fan after the material has hccn set on the framework in a factory at Maru- (ramc, seat of one of Japan's principal Industries. PILGRIMS HONOR M'CLOY- Fie i ( , Mirsta , Yivnnnl MonlBOmery dials with .John .1. AlcCloy, U.S. High Com- mijsioner for Germany, at I'ilgrims dinner to McCloy in London. ' , , r " cl Sccfombc. of Oakland. (Ml., 'nslrates for Elmer Suppns. > Frencti musiral instrument of Lilg.'.'gf- t^)'«.< fcy »f««>iat.itje>-i Hhldi ilrUic the jlrin»» r .-.-.Mre. ,v»lch« . colls lo vhich she reccnlly save iMrlli on Hie farm of David K. Williams in Hickory. V*.
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