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

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MONDAY, MAY 29, 1950 Bl.YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES GIRLS ON TH Ei GREEN S—1'rnfr.sstonal Jlfer Willis Poland fives a coif lesson in sirl slllilrnls of Ktioscvcll llitll Scliuol, AEIanla, ill a program by professional £<Ters to provide instruction in [lie high schools one afternoon a u'cck. A WAITER T IP S—Harold Driver drops Ills Iray as lie nears tlie finish lino to lose the annual waiters' race to Pierre Clir- onde (right) French champion at Grove Park, Chiswick, London. , RUGGED TRAININ G-Xav.il Kunnrry «l,onlme» KU'inir arms* a sinniliilcil rhnsin with \\lu-els of tlii-lr Iwrlvr- l»uimitcr during Draining at Kent, Kngliind, fur royal toMrnanicnl. BABY BUGGY CHAM P—Sc\ en,\ eir old I ms Um- V vin Pftmhn uins a-'rarc f<ir \ounssters m ina\or iw\\cri d ? f\rs it ' Alulrid, averaging 10.3 miles .in hour for a 100-jard course. POLITICAL AIDE— Samuel liehcr, career foreicn servjce olliccr u is mined hv the Si Ic OrparlnunClspnlilinl adviser in John J. McOloy, I). S. _IIi«li Commissioner for Germany. COMMODORE'S Ir^SPECTlO N-rnn^s Mnr- garcl (righl t'rntcr). in iniifnrinV Crmnnnttorr, in^prrEs a drl jnenl of Sea liaiifiur^ trahmiir at I'orlsmuulli, Kneland. NOMINATE D_w. (DTI HuKcruorili, of Louisiana, Assistant Secretary of Stale in charge of Jaiianc.sc affairs, wax muninalert Uy Prcsiilcnl Tnnnau as U, S. Anibassailor to Sweden. EYE--DROPPER BREAKFAS T_ T >n -idii iiaEhaw»r , ,n lid Ills hS>(rr, ,T4t,vcr.' fortl \vilh an oyr-dro'iiiit-r lliclr 11 (tie pet squirrel, "1'risky," tvliich Iliry fuujul nc.^r (JiL'ii home in L)€fa(ur, III. ' EA5ILEICH WORT FRENCH STARLET- MIU-. ' Kitld UP FROM DEPTHS— Mike Gniihis, G, son of a Doric- rancse sponge fisJiermaii, holds a g-p almost as hig as he is, bronchi up hy his father's crew off Ihc Cyrcnaican coasL „„ Sara^-nc leaves the ATT cleva1f>r in Paris • utmn'nc :i roni|)ctition it* To\\rr n-sUnranl fnr the "1'rcnch .Starlet, 1350." •^^"rf^ftp-iHHttrm-i-if.i ^^mfifnmt^^^.ivftf^ IKJ '&~* *y^&, —'flic. <Ir, H'.iviU.iml Conic-l, ulurU flew fram f.oudon ( ;. slaiul.t bcbiflc .1 1925 dc Iliivillancl un Nnirohi I icli 0 M E T AND PREDECESSO " 10 hour*. 2j minutes GERMAN Y— 15-story apartment h airobi, Kasl Africa, in CONDUCTED TOUR-A 21-I.nur-nld Grcvy «bra coll, firs! of its kind born in Now Vnrk City's Bronx '/.no, is taken for an airing by ils mother in Ihc ?cbra yard of Vhc park, a,, yiclory over Krancc. RNINC ROAD R U L E S-vounwtm of Turn- III LSVhnnl. Mn M;l!rn, Ol.. Ir.lrn drivers' rulrs of Hie road \villi a rallic lisiit sjilcrn id up to leach behavior al crossings. KIDS CHOW LIN E—QninlnpIcl younif soils line lip at (lie "h.ir" In lie lioltlr-fcil hy sevrn-yoar-nld ^Torris Harwell and his four-jcar-old brutlicr, \Vajne, at rulaski, T«»n-

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