The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1950 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Monday, June 26, 1950
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MONDAY, JUNE 26, 1950 BLYTIIEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES S rX T U A R Y ON FOOTBALL F I E L D_i,j ke fibres in clay. these players appear immovably encased in mud during Australia-KnjIand Kusby Leutue lest al Sydney, Australia. PROTOCOL CHIEF-John Farr Simmons (above), of New York, present Ambassador io Ecuador, has been appointed .Chief of Protocol In the Slate , Department at Washington. TO BE RESTORE D-Erypfs fame d twin statues, the Slant 3.000-ycar-olrt Colossi of Memnon at I.llxor, »re to undergo La two-year restoration program to efface the r«V*ies ol time. LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER AT 70_ Frau Emm;v Blicthbauer, ."0, cleans the mirrors of llie rcflcclors al Cuxhavcn I.Ish(house on German Xorth Sea coast where she is the keeper. BARE COMFORT— This onc-shouldcr slit rtccolle- tage is a snn dress in pi(iu« woven In a diamond pattern, accented by scattered rhincstones, with a matching bolero. AMERICANS ABROA D—r.ce Savol.i (left), world heavyweight boxinfr chamiiion in I^iiroiK-, nml his nnnaKer. Tiiit Daly, sarlorially correct, leave their London hotel for Ascot races. ROSES AT GA~RDEN PART Y_ciirislinc Nordcn displays a new creation, with rnscs as tlic principal decoration, at the film garden parly held at Monlcn Hall, Surrey, England. I-, A , TE . FOR t-UNCH-Thn lonesome ynuntslrr at the left is eomff hungry in this first wave of a ten-pup ailack on the mother pointer owned by J. A. Little of Miami Sprinss, Fla. t*t J£ 'm j£t' fl'Ji *>« A~U*£~JI *JJ^ii.-i-iJi-** -i' n— *t**4± 4->" -j. Vi. a-iEJ ^i^rtt - «^Ub^)>uz^&tt^>uia«^«nBUWiM WINGS OVER ALCATRA Z—i'lanes of Pijhlrr Squadron III pass In formatlo • Alcafrai Island on patrol of Sail Kiancisro Day area durlnsr Marine Jtori's Kese^rve tralnli n ov«r aining wrw*F""^' " * **-*** ^'4.*' PLANS CHANNEL SWI M_ M r*; Betly (;nh». in- ycar-ohl Kranilnintbrr, \i-lio r>T:i'is allrmpt »n Kn^Ilsh (Channel, • pplics grease before H-mile swim in Hud«on River, New Y«rk. RULES ON RULES — Clurlci I,. Walklnj (above),' K\\n starterl as clerk In 1J. S. Senate In 1915, k first fill! llm« Srhalc ParltamcntarTan. He ln- ORCHIDS ON CAKE —filc|il:anic Slcvcns stands lic- siiir a wcdilitip cake covcrn! with lialiy nrchiils, clisnlajcil at the Kclail flakrrs of Amcrira £cmvcnlion al Long llcacli, CaL PILOT AND CANDIDATE- C ap(. .F. A. Tcse points out feature of ISO-ton Ilristol llraba^nn planr to Miss Mary Beryl Cooner. "Miss AU-ways, 1950," candiilate .it London Airport. DELIVER S—A nun xtirplierds orplians who receiver! nlfls from the ship's personnel ^icrican religious groups during. » visil to U. S. cruiser Woicesttr »l Narples, PHEASANT-CHICKEN S_niannc Wallace studies jrhicksbrcd by crossing pheasant, Cornish chicken and New Hump- of and BERLIN C L E A N U P-.equipment purchased with funds stemming from Marshall Dan Lcxpcdlles clcariu* of fyitble In JSufucjsten yea, Berlin cvualtrpul of .Vcn-. York's Pifth Avenue.

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