The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 8, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1949 •; BLYTKEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES EAST GREETS W E ST — Diane Shinn (lelO and Dionne Wheeler, each representing a terminal of a new air service to Ihe Orient, meet at San Francisco before the Initial takeoff. SPEC'lALIST. HONORING C 0 L U M B U S_i.i, Plh to.ada decode, tliefimll> 'CBS tree «Illi rmpt) sliell i 1'iirilo Rkiu counli) ~ ful'i (he jlbaro pn pire I cclebr Ic the millidiy of Cliri lonbcr Columbus, who visited (heir land on his second voyage In 143? PLEA D INDIAN DANCE '—Auiurie, dancer In India and Pakistan, expresses "enticement" one of thtfljures of her recilal under auspices of the Royal India Society in London. ...... „ tree in Brooklyn, plants a yaupon bus'h at her new Heart, N. c. The yaupon is a species offholly. R 0 L COR C L I D'E_TI,, three-in-line roiiers of Ihrve skates exhibited at Hie Tall fair in Frankfurt, Germany, ran be. ' replaced by a steel blade for ico tvc* .TUBC uuw-rtavcr •%>**£,;&: -J&za^f ^F^»* *&,* ,' ME.MvJ&tMBMnnMHHHHHm^H T Y P E W fi IT E R P O K. T K A IT S_J 0 ,ef Abel, fashion designer In I'raniifnct, Germany, shows some of the portraits ho turned out on his typewriter. lu background Is Kill Hayworih. v*>*» V '-.> ** -* & ' r ^'-^' rf *'-'* v ^^ ^r^ n ii ••^iniin n I^IMI jaj^ , „ ^ ^ • C A N A D I A N B A L L E T_j[ cm bers of the Ummpeg Billet offer i, Ubltau of "Visajes," • their p'rcscnlation -in the Canadian Ballet Festival at Toronto given by dance groups from six cilies. AFTER 360,000 MILE S_rrii/. n,,xcl (left) conveys his 1912 Opel with a record of 360,000 miles to the manufacturer at Ruesselsheim, Germany, for its museum. Looking on are Alfred Gaedcrtz, manafer, and Huxcl's daughter, Mrs. Llescl Sort. f i ' * To! OMB i AN " E N V"6 Y" —J3r. EdB»rdo ZuleU Angel (above)' recently paM his first formal visit to Ihe White House as Ambassador from CotombU to the United Slates, succeeding vr, GoiiMlo Aeilrcpo JiramiUo. CLOCK WATCHE R—Leopold Meizenb»r», of Chicago, sits in hii study tin A i •._!._ _v j-t —-{(I] Kt FAT* «-»-•-.•'• > »i . > •-.'•' . ^_'««»M»ij WEST ,CE R.MAN FLAG FL turt Fair next Sprlnr Is lopped by the E S—Site! frameworK for, the main hall of the Frank- rti »nd told flar of the new West German Repnbljc. (JERMAN OLYMI —Duke Adolf Fricdrich of Sleck- Icnburg, only active German on Ihe International Olympic Committee, was" elected president of the «:c.iUbIlshed German,

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