The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 1, 1950 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JULY 1 !; 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS + + WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES + + PAGE THREE 1, THEY ALWAYS LAND ON THEIR FEET?-Here's a felir* hitchhiker who came down on something other than its own personal landing gear. "Slipstream," a S-rhonlh-old kitten seen with it* . owner, pilot Art Horst, 30, manager of a Pennsylvania airport, e^tneaked into the plane's wheel well at Millard Airport near Millers- piburg, Pa., and somehow escaped injury on a flight to Cook Cleland's WUloughby, O., Flying Field. Slipstream was found, shaky but unharmed, after the 300-mile ride, ' FV —'•'"" !• MASTER DIPS—Frank l>ahy returns from refreshing daily plunge at his home on the shores of Lake Michigan. With a string of 38 victories going for him. and Quarterback Bob Williams returning to direct the Irish attack, Notre Dame's football coach can relax. SCHOOLMASTER IS KING-Who Is taking off whose hat to •whom? King Feisal of. Iraq, a pupil in Harrow School, Middleiex, England, raises his hat to the headmaster at the roll call parade of- the Speech Day ceremony. It was the first time since World War II " that the wearing of hats at thij function was compulsory. U. S. CORPORATE BEFORE AND mli r ry ""•""-"ow" to d«end (heir country agninSRe.linvao,, nn, °, ! • S ; Amy l5t "• Ra y mond «<"•«, left, and South Korean Btm at tL A S • SKO ^ ™ m le "' < ' uest ^ n a native .soldier on the working of a .50 calibre gun at the American 'Fort Denning of Korea." About 500 O. S. military men have been conducting intensive training o£ the republic's army o* about 93 000 men. . north Al Col Chun^n,?;? 03 S Forecasts by T63 manufacturing companies indicate 1950 pioFitl will be With Congress preparing to lake a larger bile in taxes from large corporations, the Newschart above shows corporate profits and taxes for the past three years and for 1929 and Ifl39. Top chart is based. on dala from the President's Council of Economic Advisers. An Indication that profits for 1950 may be the same or greater than last year Is contained in the bottom chart, based on a survey of 163 manufacturing firms by the National Industrial Conference Board, giving their estimate of this year's profits as compared to 19 Ws. It h^wHiVnTV™ 1 ^ lf> T " K FUTlJRf - nic de5ti »y "' the re P' lbll <= <" Korea, and of the world, s Being written by the blazing guns of American F-80's M U. S. military might seeks to drive Communist ^ Va rtT BO !T S ° U . th - K0rea ' Since "' S ' ^P 5 ™ re r « allcd '">"> lhe Asiatic hotbed last June, the Soviet puppet government of Northern Korea, scperated by the Mth parallel, h« eyed the 400-mile long agri- culura peninsula as . potential conquest to weaken U. S. prestige In Indo-china, Ota*. Burma andI Indonesia, u. a. am to the mountainous non-Communist area, populated by 16,000,000 persons wai rf.-<Lrvr«t<.iv •needed, for S o,,t h Korea, with only ,00.0<X> armed men, ,ay a,, but help.ess beforeZ Retimed «,K. £ L^ ££L ^ / K0 ' ea ' " th rCSPCCl ^ Japa "' R " d " the ° n ' y »«»-Co»»n»»l»t Action of Uie Ea« Asia mafaiana north ol troubled lado-Chlna, • it ' and parsTev olaM^S £?v°T!* t0 ?' b « tj ' "bbages, lettuce. CnUNG PAIXS-A,, Wlmat«f 10 to,,, of Plascn enifcfni the ceil """ ° U " d) ° f thC S ° tlUOla '"«™ »««« "> Rod™* oil,. 0,11* during the st g **""* dropped WHEAT HARVEST IN FULL SWING-LockinR l,ke three prehistoric monsters, these combine ow-ncd by Joscpl. llober o£ MU.ol, S. D., move through the 83-acre wheat field of C. O Zile near .Mitchell, Kans. The scene is n typical one throughon't the Wheat Kelt o- firmers harvest their unexpectedly good crops, yielding 30 to 35'bushels an acre. - . J DIAPERED DAMSEL - Pluy- lirnc is diaper time, according la Parisian designer Jacques Helm. The sconty shorls, draped ili- apcr-stylc and knotted at ti e front, arc of vividly-striped cotton. The loosc-fitliiig bo-1- necklincd blouse is of brir t green colton. {Photo by NFA- Acrnc sljff correspondent none Henry.) ATOMIC BLAST OVER CHICAGO—The familiar mushroom of an atomic bomb explosion shot up 200 feet in the air over Chicago, but not to signal the start of an atomic war. The simulated atomic blast—set off by remote control by a cyclotron at Stanford University in Palo Aito, Calif.—was a send-off for the 1D50 Chicago Fair, whit opened for the summer. . THE I.ABIES WERK UNSIIAKES-Pollcc officer D. P. Copley of Los Angeles assists, two very stiff, .lightly damaged.young ladles from the scc-ne .of .,", accident. The young ladies, who happen to be un- rtrapcd window maunekln.s, never lost their composure when the auto of Thomas McKnlgl.t careened onto tb* sidewalk and crashed through the gla&c window, /

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