The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 19, 1950
Page 6
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PAGE BIX BIATJ1KVJIJ.E,' (AUK.) COUKIHK NICWS THE ASSOCIATED MONDAY, JUNIO 10, 2950 EWS IN PICTURES HOME AFTER A DAY AT SE A—Trawlers of the. herein* fled, loudcd -villi rcla- livcs anii friends of the crews, rcliirn from a regatta al sea off SclievclliuEcu, Holland. SWAN SAND THEIR FAMILY- T«-n Minneapolis 1'jrk Board swans present thrir Ihrcc frmr-day-old cyRnel* in Ilicir first appearance at Ihc (lark system's "winter quarters." . ROME SEES BIRTHDAY P A R A D E_iiah'an troops form for'a pjradc on i-.ome'j" Avenue of Imperial Foruma, cdebraluij; lue fourth anniversary of founding ot (lie Republic. INVOY ARRIVES— Dr. I,u1i Eslevcs Fcrnandcs (ihoTt), newly-appoinied Tor- iutlitM Amlussadt.r to United Slates, smiles on arrival in ,Ycw !tork enrouk to Washington. BULLDOZING FOR AR T__Aclrc.« Crrlrmlc Lawrence rui;s hulldozrr tn clear land nt Hyannis. Mass., for Cod Cape Music Circus urcsenietl by licr husband, Ricliard AUlrich, in a lent. ;g||?; STILL LIFE AND NUD E_T, iU | n Josephine Jones. bravine London's heat M:IVC. heil>5 han.T sonic of her irnde's work al the Heath Street, Ilampslead, pavement art exhibition. . .LaSfSTvA TWO AMERICANS ABROAD _ Rn , 1Kl T , v!nr (Icfn antl Buddy Bncr, fnrmrr heavyweight'bnxrr. rhnl l>cl\tt-?n .scenes of th'e motion picture. "Quo Vadis?" beins filmcrt in Elome. MAGIC CLIP. S_,\ Tarls offers these adornments of rubies and diamonds, platf- num-rnminted, but does nnt an- uouucc how 1117 novelty-jewels : remain in uosilion, .' HELICOPTER B A S E_ P ., lrc crew, n,,e ,, p before Ihclr rnachinc5 at ceremony dedicalinc new helicopter base of New ' >ork Police Dcparlment on Ihe Cast River, lower Manhattan. CHANCES POSTS— Dr. Jan Herman van Royen (above). Ambassador lo Canada, has been appointed hy Quccrt Juliana as Hie Netherlands rtm- lassador to tlic Unilcd Slalci. CHERRIES IN C H E E S E C L O T H _ Mrs. Harry Oambrct drapes the rhr:rv tree in rhrrsccTnlh at her Kansas Cilr home to protect the fruit fruin birds w iucii annualiy carry il ot/. CASUAL IEWELRY —Tills riliadrilplr.-s(rand ncrk- Iirc in featherweight pastel- colored metal, and double-link hracclel can be wnrn ^vilh a ^ithlns suit even in the water. VISITOR FROM ARGENTINA _ The new molorshin Kin de la rlaia moves up Hudson River past downtown ( New 1'ork, inililting Arjcnlina-Ncw Vork passcnscr service, j FORMAL ACKNOWLEDCEMtN 1- -S-i«m, Korran jo.mcsUrs lhank 11. S. J. R. Darrice (U»r, *n) pulH^ry j4>^tr to Ihc Korean troyps, fyr candy he gave CLicui near !\a< IN SWAMP 'CLASSROOM 1 — Clarcnrc Smith <lefll and A. H. Cbaney. nf 'I'nlanr Vnix-ersily r.onlocy department, latino a fonr-fnot aTT'-T.itor for iih'nlirralion in suatnj) "rlassroon^." 1,300-icrc Satuy Wild Life Unearth Kcfunc near New Orleans. _ WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE ?—?even baby gorilla*, destinerl for zoos In various slates, rcit in a New York pel sliou itler a voyage by air from their native Africa.

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