The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1950 · Page 11
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Monday, May 15, 1950
Page:
Page 11
Start Free Trial
Cancel

MONDAY, MAY IB, 1050 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.)' COUHIEn NEWS PAGE ELEVEN 1 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES AIR CHIEFS MEET— Col. GeraMlne May (richl). Director of U.S. Women's Air Force, met British Air <:<nnm;iml- ant Dame Felicity llaiibury on arrival in London to visit KAF. HIGH-FLYING CHAMPION — X;,,,<.y r.cc I'arlcor, twice national «nlor women's lolicr ll.s 11 re skating champion, demonstrates acrobatic form in a (mining session at Detroit. , . Raginj (0 Ibs., were in one day's calch by Frank Hull, Skipper and Lt- Col. S. U. Skiuncr of ^'irginii at Oregon Inlel, N. C. T R A V D E SALUTE — Hr. Kniil Landoll, Mayor or Zurich, Sivilzcrland, and in.isti-r of one of city's Irade guil<Is. raises his roblel in salnlc dnrinB| a Spring festival guild parade. GEN. ARNOLD'S FIRST P L A N E_TM S model of nrst iilane flown by late Gen. II. H. Arnold, Is one. of his collection now on exhluilion at Sonoma, Cai., near where he died. NOMINATED- Slilllley Wowlwarct. Chief ,,f Protocol in llic Slate Ui-iiartincnl, was noml- nalcd uy- I'rosiilEiil Truman as Amliassaclor to CauaJa. siiccert]- laic Laurence C. Stclnlinnlt. FRAMES GOLF WINNINGS- R CP . Robfrt r Hlclr (H-E'a.) sliows his IVasliinglon collection of earloonj and un" Hl caslicd "folf checks," fruits of victory in matches on lull COUTM. i CLER ICAL HOB BY — The Kev. Carl Knorr, of Milwaukee's Immanucl Lutheran Church, uses a magnifying glass to work on his model railroad, which look a year lo build. ^^mmmKmmasm^<^f^^m:^^^^ > NOT ENOUGH LIFT— IJUIe Springs didn't spriiijr enoupli. hil a rail and Ilirew Joe Allchcson, Jr., in Ihe Maryland Hunt Cup race at Worlhlnglon Valley..Aitchcson walked rider a\va>*. HOUSING SHORTAGE— p.il. a, five-week-oh! puppy, sliarns tbn basket Koine of Whiles and her kiflcn in llic Joseph Garrcau liomc al rawluckct, II. I. r.il moved In when two Uiiys old. " " ' "'' .": - r "x:*:-.; • ' -Ilnji, J. ITanlin E'rlcrson (I>- 1 sho\vs part of his rock collection, a mam ninth's loolh im» in a KJorida phosphate deposit, al his Washington ofl'tcc. OFF TO WAR GAMES —A lank is loaded inlo a C-U4 Glnncirmtcr II. first of C.O sucli Air Force piancs, to be flown to "Exercise Swarracr," the nuneuveri near Fort Bragg, .V. C>'. s: lias onl; T_ parlial use . of Pollc, his hands sinre boyhood, rclr* FRAGRANT FLOAT — This horse anrl carri^e. made cnlirely of Spring flowers, WM one of Uie Doils in the awiual lulJ>JcsUv»J fict&t Ibrou^b Dulctj bulb-3

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free