The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 29, 1950
Page 7
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SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1950 BLTTKEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW8 PAW 9ETEN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES POLO WITH A ZOO-POUND r BAL1 Anlo drivers, encased in steel hoops, demonstrate molo polo, a comblnatlom ol soccer, football, polo and pushball, played with a Zoo-pound, five-foot ball, in an Inr.ueural U-st at Bakerslield, Cal. CONFOUNDING CARPING CRITICS— lanice Sturter carries a 41'/i-inch, 31-pound carp caught with his >are hinds by Rudy Seifert in Humboldt Park lagoon, Chicago, ifter he decided he'd catch it to make people believe he saw i(- MAKING FRIENDS QUICKLY- A karma™,. •one of i shipload of newcomer!: lo Milan, Italy, /,oo, licgs a tidbit, •from Slunora Mollnar, wife of Zoo director, shortly ifler arrival, j RESTORATION IN C A f I TO L_ Frank L.lund- botaa mtorc* morals of 1870 damaged-by water from faulty : In a corridor on Senate side of Capitol at Washington. EGG PORTRAITURE —Graham Dale, of Hollywood, uses ecgs instead of canvas Cor personality portraits. Other materials serve to complete characteristics of each subject. CYCLE BURGLAR A L A R M — bivlfl Saunders turns off nurslar alarm which protected his bicycle during classes at Indiana Central College, Indianapolis, as he returns home. IN A.I R 1 7 YEARS —Stewardess Mary Ellen O'Con- inor, 17 years with United Air : Lines, will mark ZOth amiiver- Isary of slcwardess service, May i I IS, with airliner na«ned for her. j FOOT- POWERED B 0 A T_ Ralph Walentiny slralcx at Berkeley, Gal., Ms foot-powered drive for sma which wlH propel Hie craft at (cow one to five »Ji*« «<nB*n- J lt • boati • kour.r-,| -...-..,.„.-_- m _ ^__. ^ „ T»>»*y- '•f^tff.'fyit^^r^^, fyf^tf. COMING TO U . S. — Lord Tedder (above), former Brillsh Chief of Air .Staff, sails April 29 for new post as chairman of the Brillsh Joint Services Mission in Washincloo. RESHAPING A LANDSCAP E—Eleven separate 13-story buildings beinf emntnutnl la southwest San Francisco at a cost of $30,000,000 will house more than 5,004 person*. , SAILING THROUGH THE TULIPS — Garlanded children take an Inaucural lourlit trip by towboat Uirouih fields of I.isse, Holland, center of lie Dutch bulb-crowinr Industry. i,m^^^^^^^^*mm^^^^^mm^m^^**^m^^m\ M i • •• i ^ i i ns^tsssi m n ••ia^ai'ir' SITTING SU N — Joan Daniels, of New York, as "San, over the Mediterranean," sits out a dance at the Art Sluiienls' League coslunje ball in the Waldorf-Astoria, MAY (rovnd, DUPLICATE SIRE'S FEAT- of 1936 Derby winner, Bold Venture, will try to emu- CALUMKT FARMS ENTRY -Theory, held by trainer Ben Jones, Is not top favorite for Kentucky Derby, but . CaJBiwM F.tqM, k*4. «lflc, M> *M»«> .«lrcl< tour time*,, HANDBAG SEWING _ „ .,„„..„ larty demonslratcs how an 11-lb. electric sewing machine designed I by Georte Sl<hf, of fcappelg, germapy. can be carrM In handbag, j GUN COLLECTOR — Richard T. Brady, of Baltimore,; Md., shows his guest, Marie Tama. pistols in his coUsclior. of fire=, • ajj

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