The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 30, 1949
Page 11
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1949 BLVTHEVILLE fARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE EI.KVRN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES rOUCANETTE COMES TO TOWN _T/7 "»'"!»'' S'hllbert hisprcls »" African loucauclte owned by Mr tlhcl l.anaras, prize winner at .Valicmal Bird Show in Xciv Yor U,rcd ,V, " ArctA* 'a^LLf *°",£ l^^i^ ™^,? aTt^ '^c^w ?£.* NEW AMBASSADOR — Irving Floruian (above), 52, Polish-born Inventor wilh more than^IOO patents lo his credil, has been named Ambassador to Bolivia by President Truman. } •*: •^^^^•S^y^^^^.^'^^'i^^AVK-i^mKS^KBKKfOifHHHH^ %& 1 BOMB-DAMAGED SAV01A — The Italian liner Conic de Savoia, on«-fime luxury vessel, rests in a shallow lagoon near Venice wllh a holt In her side (rom Allied air bombs. BEARMEETS BEAR — Brought to Moscow as a «lft to Anna Diirova. animal trainer. "Snow Bliz/aril, polar bear cub captured in the Arctic makes friends wllh * Himiaii bear al tlic 7.uo. BRITISH VISITOR — Haiold Wilson (above),, 33, who succeeded Sir Stafford Cripns as president ol Kritatn's Hoard of Trade, H visllhiR New Orleans, Washington, Chlcaju. Orson \VcIIcs WELLES PLAYS ' O T H EL L O' (rigbl), as ••OthelTo." and Nicholas Br,,rc (Ml~ as^lulnrico" U,«n ™ e M?i" C or S Ih P n ri1 ( "v CrK Al ™ riCa " «''«• »*• * "«'* at ( alace of Ihc Dojcs, Venice, where picture is bDlnj: filmed JEWELRY"" Sliimmerinf; sold mesh, wllh » rilMile of colt) fringe In give it lUliihly, is fcalurcil j,, tlic "(;al- lant Kiiiehl" nianlelcl by Uoro, a holiday otTcrinR. ORANGE. BOWL Q U°E E N'_',,c GarcV rcun as Qurcn of 1950 Orange llnwl IVslival, Ncr zfi- l.m 3 i s filtcU wllh one ol her coslumcs by Mrs, Florence Ilichic in .Miami". CLOCK COLLECTOR — Mnrvc Uiilfhinson, retired rriinl.sfcr of Hollywood. o\\ ns 300 clocks from ^11 [i.irls of Ihc world, works OTI a Krrnch skeleton cluck rnailc abnut 1800, program In rehearsal al Madison s.nure G.-irdcii, New Vorfc. fr r n J. H ° R P _ I ,.,,.rp e ., nn Jim Thorpe, farnou, tthlele. »tar of Fl. Monmoulh's learn, Iries , helmet «n All« LuU. "ilU» CSO HosplUiUy" at H. Utveus. Miis, INDIANS GIVE THANKS-Chlef William n. Rockwell, Onoicla Ijke. N. Y., medicine man, shows Mrs. M.irion John Miles anil her pnpoose (he stiipes on the sqdasli I],at uscil to detsrmlnc v:hen his ancestors would celebrate ThanksgivitiB. I.on« before the IMgrims arrived in America. Indians o' the Five Notions living i" what i? now New York Slate liac' Ihci. own Thanksgiving celebration for Ihc harvest o.' corn, beans and squash" DELAYED ACTION-Dr. Ar- J iiulfo Arias, flbove, becamo Panama's third ijiesident in si.t' days nilcr an electoral jury announced Ui;it a recount of votes cast in 19-18 showed lie should have been president all the time*; Arins' elevation come shortly iiElor the police overthrow of President Dr. Daniel CHanis, Jr.f and temporary Installation oj \'ice Pic.^irlenl Roberto F; ii in the uosl.

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