The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 21, 1950
Page 11
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PAGE BIATHEVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1950 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES AIDING AN ORPHA N_Two-year-oId Susan Bruwn, jf Bethel, Me., batUe-feeds Barn hi, twn-wcek-olil fawn delivered by Caesarian section after its mother was killed by an automobile. iCHUMAN MAKES A P O 1 N T_ Frcm; h Foreign linister Robert Schuman emphasizes a remark during his address >!!ml a mcelini of the Antlu-American I'rcss Association in Paris. .FANCY HOOKIN G—Golf pro Jack Summen nas his I hands full displaying the 4C-ponnd striped bass he caught near ', Strong Island, Chatham, Mats. The fish wa> 4S'/2 Inchf* long. RAF METEORS tional fighter planes i N F L I G H T—Three slim, silver Gloucester^ Mclcor planes —claimed hy Hie llrilisli to be faslcsl opera- i the worjd—flash over Forth Bridge In Scotland during exercises of Hie IIAF 222 (Natal) Siiuuclron. 1 KING'S BEARSKIN —Kins George VI of England vears bearskin and scarlet uniform as he ritles from Buckingham Palace lo the annual Trooping: the Color ceremony. NORWAY HONORS R 0 0 S E V E LT_Mrs. Franklin n. Roosevelt (scaled, second from right in background) hears Mayor Halfdan Slnkke (slandlnsr) of Oslo. ""»k l),o nconlc or Norway for the memorial statue of the late President unv*ile£_on_lhe_shorc of Oslo' I'^bor. MASSED r I AN OS IN DETROIT CONGER T_T>,I, h UM weie In Detroit's Oljmpia Stadium durlnf » concert la which 1.1M mulciaiu >Uj«4 1« ptaa*. am- ZZ .ri»ni. PAUSE FOR LUNCH —Sylvia lloucll. BOAC rcctp- tintiisl, Tccil.s tropical mynah liirils iliirin;: stopover at London Airiiort '\vhile enroute from Calcutta, India, to New York. SNAKE GOES ALL OUT-fowbor Dick F.lrchIM dots some TiUh and fancy riding to May ahrjard Ihc famed buck* Inj hurst, Snake, required tea seconds *L » KusaLU, Wuh., rode*. ST1LLL1FE IN WOOD- rmil .T.nri. a craflsman. carves a reclining fiRnre from & plrcc o( alder wood hlii San Francisco itlldlo. He tMt thj; wo COINC BACK FIFTY Y E A R S — M.nnenulrw U the fashion houses. In costumes of the early century, celehntr Hie SOlli anniversary vt (lit Avtnue Victor lluto, to ParU. GOLF IN A SPANISH MOA T_T\vo rolfcrs tee off al Kl Morro, Spinlsh forlreis !• San Juin, Fucrt« Bico, Grten at kit of brld{« 1» retched Uvtufh Uumtl or ov«r trcb. • C H E E R I 0 1 _ Nor7n>n SL John-Slev»s, coxswain ot Cam- brldK* Unlbn crew, waves hij illck after being ducked at end of costume race with Oxford M ew in Engla«4,' CYCLING ACROSS SWEDEN — skamll Ha- Vansson, 65, pnmps tire during cycle trip from Yslad, .southern i t# BO[U]er4 liaparjiuUA, dupUcDtiux trio of 25 vtarx a<^ MAHOGANY LO C 0 M 0 T I V t-chrts A. NoNm. of l.os Aniclcj. shows his mahogany replica of the li -omotlve of .l)i« 13lh ctnlury N, V, Ontril Irjln Ijie Cpfluaajorf

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