SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1950 BLYTHEVII.I.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES POSTMEN R A C E IN P A R I S-Slarl O r n, c amillil! postmen's •p/.-m'lle walk,, Uiroueh the Ut-arl of Tans in which coinpelilors are required lo carry" mailbags. COACHING BY 'COPTE R_A helicopter, carrying rowing coacli Allen "Ship" Wall a iihologranhcr, hovers over ihe Yale University oamucn as (hey practice al Derby, Conn.' 'THIS WAY, M 0 M '—Ruby, seven-year-old camel at World Jungle Compound, Thousand Oaks, Cal., Is led around Ihc camel area by her 3'Xj-wcek-old son lugging on a lead rope. (PLEASANT CREDIT S_TI,ese Rafldiflc College students, learning to sail dinghies on the Charles Kivcr, Boston, earn credits applicable to their college gymnasium requirements. REPRESENTATIVE —Dr. Kurt Sievckinj, 53. adviser lo Hamburg legislature, is expected-lo become West Gcr- miuiy's first post-war consular ^representative in United Stales. PRISONER'S INSIDE STORY - While bidine his time In « Murphysboro, 111., jail, auto larceny s-jspcct John Falkeiiberry swallowed two steel water faucet handjesand a pipe stem. Falkcn- berry is seen at left shortly after an operation to remove the hardware. Al right is nn X-ray picture 'in which the two laucet handles are plainly visible. Jail oQlcials believe the prisoner swallowed the hardware or. a dare. DEFEATED PEPPER —Ken. Cenrce A. Smalhcrs, 36, of Miami, Fla., relaxes in Washington after rlcfcalllljr Sen. Claude I'eppcr for Democratic uomlcition for U. S. Senator. ELEPHANT COLLECTO R-Rcp. Bernard Ke.rney (R-NV), of Glovcrsvllle, shows elcjihanls he has canceled from »U psrli of'the world. On« h> hojO^j^^ oirved Ivory from IndU. 'OLDIRONS IDES' OVERHAULE D_ Wor "kmp,, O verlm,i"chc'u. S. frigate Constl- luliou, "Old Ironsides," Mecca for students and tourists, al the Charlestonn Navy Yard, lioslon, SPOTTY TAKES OVE R—Spolly. nalmallan of Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Jenkins, Bnanlman, O., watches over lue family cat and her kittens, even preventing; sister Sallic tricht) from aiding. PAIR TIMEPIECES —Marjoric Edwards displays a pair of enameled watches al lli> Chicago Art. Institute exhibition. They were made for Chines* L trade in twin designs. MONKEYS LIVE FOR S C I E N C E_K a f ,el W% 1 monkeys maintained for rc:r-.rcli ptu.n.<:<i Ij Ihp I . S. I'n. .c ^. D - , "",,v •' ruerlo Kico rnrrlaker, Inspects some of lire .. . .. _. . . . Hh Ser\ ,cc a.ul the I ni\ersily of Tropical Medicine on an uland »2 th« 1'uerla Kicia cowl. SSJIOO.QOQ htldsc (center} across rotomae aMool "' Hlh Street, N..... ^Va^liinelon. shows I'enln.ioil (backcrouml) nn Ihc Virc:--:a ^tidc and Jcflcrion .Memorial uijlil foreground) in \Vasliinttgii. . —— • -"^ -*» » •** Mv^^M Vis 4*w i » U- •&& ^i \ 3*Kkt txt * .^UMMMK&i BACCALONI AND BEAUTIE S—SaU-alnrc Baccaloni, Mclropolil.in Opera comedian, meets ballet dancers at a rclioanal for his Hollywood debut in "The Chocolate Soldier,"
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