The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Monday, June 12, 1950
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MONDAY, TUNE 12, 1550 , (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE ELEVEN + +WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES TWO IN THE BUSH'S—Mrs. H. M. I3ush ot Atlanta, Ga., gingerly removes (he mail from her sidewalk mailbox, careful not to disturb Momma Bluebird, who is housekeeping inside. The Bluebirds are the fourth couple to move in and raise a family In the same location. It's okay with the Bushes as long as Mr. and. Mrs.- Elue- .bird leave their mail-alone. SEES PEACE-Vladimar Popovic. above, new Yugoslav an* bassador to the United States, told reporters as he arrived at the White House to present his credentials to President Truman that he Is convinced that peace ,"can be maintained and shall be.'J_. "NOTHING TO IT. POP"—Not greatly impressed with dad's new degree ot Doctor of Medicine from New York Medical CoUcga ore his year-old twins, Gregory mid Kobert Zaun. Dad is Gregory, . _. _ ST., fron^ Brooklyn. * TOP OP DOGS IN THEIR CLASS — This being the commencement season, the St. Louis Obedience raining School (or Dogs held its graduation exercises, wilh nil due solemnity, at Hie American Le- ^ gion Hull University City, Mo. The pooches nbovc, who grndunled magna cum laude, arc, left to ^ -^ r'iEht- Albert miniature poodle; Buttons, wire-haired terrier; Hoscoc, great dime; Suzy, miniature .> \ poodle, and Prince, ol mixed parentage. Prince took highest honors for obctlicncem the class of 15. j; " B1NC GOLFS IN F K A N (J t_Binj; Crosby (right) Dracllces for the British amateur championship in » round at Std, I Cloud, ntw Pwifc with Georie Colman. In center is w»m»n cwtdjr. l: FAREWELL FROM NUMBER 4003-Dr. John W. Lauck, 75, of Maple Hill, Kans., retiring after 52 years ot rural medical practice, gels i farewell smile from threc-monlhs-old Cheryl Maria Oliver, the 4003rd and last baby he delivered. Holding the baby is her mother, Mrs. Robert Oliver. Friends and patients held a __giant farewell party honoring Ifie doctor on his retirement. CHICKS' BEST FRIEND—Rex, a seven-year-old St. Bernard at St. Scholastics Convent. Chicago, spends nil his time riding herd on the institution's 300 chickens. His job is to see that none ot them l«ve the grounds. He's been doing It ever since they were - . baby chicks^' CANADA'S TOP ENGINEER—Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent of Canada took the throttle of the International Limited to brm«, ' the crack Unin into Chicago, In celebration of the 50lb anniversary. of tho Grand Trunk Western-Canadian National Railways, ^.1 FLAMING CROSS IN THE FLORIDA PINES—A. giant cross burns under the pines near Jacksonville, Fla., as members of the Ku Klux Klan hold their first open meeting in the are.-i in many rears. The white-hooded figures went through their mystic ritual just outside the city limits. J FINE THING!—You can pay your overparking fine without going to court in Medina, O. Mayor John Brown points out the new penalty box, situated below the regular parking meter, where delinquent motorists can leave fines ranging from 10 cents—if paid within one hour —up to one dollar. GLEEFUL GORILLA—"Arno," an 8-month-old gorilla down to NCV/ York from Africa, looks forward to the good life In some U. S. 7.00. Animal dealer Henry Trcfflich, holding Arno, calls the animal "ugly and vicious enough to grow up to be a second Gargantua." COCKER CRAVES CHEW'N-GUM—Some dogs beg for food, but when Penny, nine-month-old Cocker pal of Gregory King o( Cleveland, O., sits up and begs, she wants chewing gum. Penny, seen accepting a chaw from Gregory, was initiated to the cra?.e by neighborhood children; now she chews contentedly at every chance,) FUN IN A WHEEL CHAIR—These handicapped students from Morton High School In Chicago had as much tun as any olhcr children on a day-long outing and picnic sponsored by the Kiwanij Club, JPollce and firemen went along to heip HOLDING THEM DOWN ON THE ROAD — Sidecar riders -win; but from | their sc.its to Jalance competing wolorcyclM on » curve is the 1950 German motorcycle racing se with > tut lor pairt •< >Mtr> Ou»u«h Uie tlrtels tt Neuwitd In Ui« Certain N "FREE PRESS" FIGHT—Editor Clayton Fritchcy of the lew Orleans Ilerl, above, and his boss, publisher David Stem u^ nave been put on the carpet by the Louisiana state legisln, ure: for editorially comparing that body to "trained seals" A never-used constitutional clause, aimed to protect legislators; (rom ' disrtspcrt- hil, disorderly or contemptuous" remarks could subject >™™£ to * 10-day jail sentence. Slern called the legislators use ot UK itatute a blow at Ireedom ot the press. ^ ' :\

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