The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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' ^TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11,1949 " BLYTITBVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEW! PAGE ELEVEN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES A I R ,.P A : R A D t;— A figure in the Southeastern Fair parade at Atlanta/Garrets a llshl for his clsar from a fcllow-parader's pipe. Balloon heads were ou bodies of inaYchlii? boys. REFUGEE FROM S H A N C H" A~l_ Mandrel Kriili, ?., refuse from Cojniniinlst-occuiiicd Shanghai, C37.cs from purl- }iolc ot liner Gen. Gordon at Kowlooii, en route io San Francisco. fcNU UK A V.KAIN R AC t _ The four-maslcd Dark Pamir arrives at Fahnou(h/ England, carrying-" a chr^o of 4,200 I. tons Mf craui after a stormy voyage of;I27 days from AusUalii. MIDGET CAM •— This camera,, exhibited at an industrial^ show in Frankfurt, Germany, is l\A Inches In djam- eler. weighs under 7 ounces and lues t millimeter film. E N C I N E ER SQ U A K E S U P_ Secretary oJlne In- (erioi Julius KruE (left) adjusts cap during ceremouy >t Colorado School of Mines where'he >vas presented >villi an >ionorary de<reft of Doctor of Enginecrhie by Dr. lien H. Parker, (ilihl), president. MILK C H A M f I O N —Allen I'rosser, IS, a I/lfe Scout, drank'nearly- a sullon of milk In 10 minutes to beat 30 contestants iu a competition a( .liie Lotf Anceln County Fair. SIX LEGS, TWO BODIES- Tuo^lajers, ilancllnir, meet In mid-air as a tlitnl starts up to join them In a football match between Uurulcy and Cliclsca at Chelsea, mracnr. «•• «—-«-., ,— "..™-^-™>™«,^j^j.™.v«-.i.l.-.-J.^.«. .^olM.TaRXlJli^li*..,'b«-« [ .>W»M.-K^^BH««MH^MM*"iB*M SAN D,\y ICHMAN'S TAKEOFF_ An old sand- wkhboard carrier leU a little help from some friendi In costume at the start of Hie "annual race in-the Place Da Tertre, Paris. | A.R 'O.F 3 , 0 0 0 B . • C . — Mr Anna \\tmz \ic«s an earthenware Jar of about 3,000 B. C., oldest piece In exhibition of rare Chinese art at SI. Mary's Chinese Mission, San Francisco'. IOWA CROWS BEANS T Q O _ Gc or« Kink, of Muscaline, Ia,,'stands with some if his beans, the louscsl Five feet, trowrj from an Italian seed planted around the base of a tree. DAVIDSON M O D E L S T I T 0-Jo Davidson, heard- ed American sculptor, finishes a clay bust of Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia at a retreat in-the hills overlooking Belgrade. TAGE QUfcEN — Pat Hall, of Hollywood, has \iccn named Vintage Queen by wine ffrowers of the United States to reisn during National hiaics 10 reisn during National If I T T r M % f\ c t u E u . ., -."^^^^^^^•••^••••••^^^••iMl^lBBWMiBlMBMMW Wine Week of 194D. Oct. 8 to, 15. VO ' H J ab " 7 f h .» „. ,? ii 1 , ° F BEASTS- Be ff lnn,nt to take an inkrcst in the worm aoout them are these 17-day-old lloa UipleU in Polawatomi fark Zoo, South Bend, Ind TWINS MARRY TWINS — The twin Philippe brothers of Tarls. Michel ind Oilbert, 22, pose with Ihcir twin brides, Tberest »«4 Claire Bontt, 24, after marriage at Lambcrsonl, France. AN S — Musician Meredith Wilson 1 Instates a figurine playlnp the ; piccolo, one of 100 miniatures of', musicians he assembled at hl»j Beverly Hills home. day convcnllou ta Tokyo b# MODEL MODI.* •> • * i-t m — TINS mo<iei railroad or Merman Howard ,al I,os Anrcles County Fair, has block system -.1.1,1. «»a)it» litnals and 'i»ttt *Wch dw »* ^»ia» ' __ _ FOR HAITI'S 'PEACE F E S T rV"A'V T _~Tl,lsir(Tie m.lin Ihoroushfare of HaiU ftitt" l«krualion»l Expositiou (o open iu December with 16 nations j>a>Ucip»tia*i

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