The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 10, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 10, 1950
Page 7
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SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FAGB THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES LOFTY L 0 V E R S—Ingrld and Roberto, giraffes with an unswerving devotion, arrive at v. Brooklyn, New York City, pier from Africa's Kenya Colony enroule to Jacksonville, Fla., Zoo. SAILED FROM ENGLAND _ Kevin O'Rionlan , (Icfl) and Rear Commodore Humphrey Barton, of Koyal I^ymliiff- - ton Yacht Club, Enirland, inst>ect their 25-foot yacht Vcrtnc 35, at _»w York on arrival after » seven-jyc U . t J. XA££t ^St&SttSiFfiamif&itt&vrHUfiSR i^ y&iauaK»Bgiia»iSKK't.'xa<Miif*B*ta»i^BmM-««. • • i ,u U. N. HEADQUARTER S—Administration liiiltilinir dominates site of United Nations permanent headquarters ou New 1'ork wattrfrout. Empire SUtc anil Clirysler buildings are at l.op. OSTRICH IN HARNES S_Dr!ver J. D. nradler puts * racing ostrich through his paces on the farm trade of Jim Casper Bear SL Augustine, Fl*. Tie oiiltich caa »klde twenty feet, • m FOOD FOR A WEEK —A worker shoM's p:\rt of a 93- pound sriu.ish grown near San- ll go, Chile. A single squash, eaten cold or coukcri, is a meal lor ten persons (or a week. SEEING DOUBL E—Tlie Hollywood cameraman really doubled in these subjects, Joan Crawford and her sland-ln Sylvia r, conceded as Ibe double wbg most resembles her star,. ADDITIONAL DUTY Umpire Keg Ttiornlon shows liow umpires (if 100 years ago minded hats of players, during Cricket CInh's lODIIi anniversary game at Cobham, England^ INVITATION TO SWI M_Thundcr, a 10-day-oia neat al the Nciv Orleans Zoo, Audnbon Park, hesitates befor* ~ | acccpliiii Us mother's laviUllon la Ukt its daily dip In the water* t j CONSUL GENERAL —Ur. Heinz Ixrekeler (above), 4^, whose appointment as first post-war German Consul General In the IT. S. has been approved by thf U. S. government. CIRCUS V/INNER S—Mrs. Waller Bcflcll Smith (left), wife of the commander of the First Army, and I.araitie I>ay, motion picture actress, present awards to costume winners in fhc circus for children at Fort Jayi Governor's Island, New York. WOOD SARCOPHACU S_ No t all ancient Egyptian coffins were of stone. Here's one of wood, 3,000 years old, excavated by government archaeologist at TempJe of Zoscr, Sakarra* TOYS FOR CHURCHES — The Kev. Arlington W. Hooker and his partner, Joe Wagner, make toys at Carmcl for ,bilc In aid of campaign to reopen closed Maine rural churches, A LASKA DEFENDER —Major Ceii. William K. Kcpner <alKive), of the Air-Force, ha.t been named by President Tru- jnanas new commandcr-in-chicf of military defenses in Alaska. YACHTS RACE THROUGH NORTH SEA STOR M_ W lnd anfl waves lest ibe crewi of thcit facbli Lu a race gyer » iU>rm/ course U> Uie iVerUt Sea y3 Ciiiliivcn, Octmany, PHEASANTS FOR THE TABLE- Horace and Frances Alklnson Inspect one of the pheasants Hunter bfcUtg, rcjry, t NUN AND bu o/ MrctU, KING MEE T— Slslcr Marie Thcrcse, of Ani'iecy, France, talks to Kin? Gn«. tukrUif Si. fckr'j BulJIu {or aOic)/ Vur audjcucis wiUi I'ci'e fius XU.

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