The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, May 18, 1950
Page 13
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THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1950 BLTTHRVn.T.R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TtfmTBMC THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES OFF TO BOMB BANDITS — A Malayan auxiliary RAF policeman on guard at Singa- I fair, airfield, watches a heavily-loaded bomber lake off to bomb a Malayan guerrilla fl-r- —'•-••!. HOLDING THE POSE— "Old Hairy Face," favorlle of young and old visitors to (he monkey house uf Ilic Columbus, O., Zoo, strikes a pose in his cage as liie photographer snans him. M'CLOY AND CUSSIE WIN — .| 0 ],,, j. McCloy, IHcli Commissioner In Germany, and lits partner, Gertrude (Gorgeous Gussle) Moran, go Into action In Iliclr doubles lennls match it Bad llomburg, Germany, In wlilch they defeated l.ady Kllzahetli BlcC'rcacly anil Lawrence Phlllipi. T H R E E - L E C C E'D" K 0 R S E _ Born in Milan, .lt»\y." with only three legs, this horse is perfectly formed In every other rcspetL The owner uys he intends to keep it as a family pet. DOWAGER QUEEN —O.uccn Mary ol Englanil, mother of King: George, leaves Phoenix Theater, London, after attending a play, "The M'ay Things Go,", and meeting members of cast. BEAU T Y AND BEARDS — Newly-grown whiskers For Hclldorado Week at I,as V--a». Nev., jive the local boys confidence as two of them greet Bebc Shoiip. the "Miss America" of 1948. ACTORS AT WORK — Hugo nutz, 03. a blacksmith, \vho plays St. Pelcr In the ID50 fassinn 1'lay at Oherammerrau, Germany, works in iliou with his son, \Valtcr, who plays Herod. LONG IN SERVICE —Dr. Thamu E. Elder (»bove), M, of Frederick, Md., hu been • >med u the oldest practicing 4»tl«t in Maryland, and one of the oldest in the United Slates. STILL ON THE AIR — George E. Slcrlinjt, first "ham" on the Federal Communication. in-'--:on, keeps his hand in by operating station W3DF in hl» Silver Springs, Md., home. EAR SPLENDOR — Miss K. Jaspal wears earrings of unusual design as she leaves India House, London, for a reception given by Britain's King anil Queen at Buckingham J'alace. EASY STUDY — This oversized model of a walch, in (he C'erman Museum I'hysfcs department at Munich, affords a school- lay an easy study of the working! without risk of breakage. NOMINATE D_j 0 hn G. Krhard! (atipvc), of New York, a foreign service career officer, has been nominated by President Truman as Ambassador to th« Union of South Africa. S^WIITS ^OR_GERMANY —•Sugar rune, from Inn fields Is unloaded al San Vincent ice, to b* turned ioto tutu for Western U.c.[auny under Uit I SCULfTOR AND MODEL- Rudy Gabler, Surf-, ( « 1J e, Fla., poses for Miami I^tch sculptor Gu'liv Mahland's "The -- THROUGH THE Y E A R S _ Poslmen* In "mail senlce iimion, •rt reviewed Wore delivering auU at the lulcrujllouil stamp Cxhibi.Uga in

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