The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 13, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Thursday, July 13, 1950
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THURSDAY, JULY IS, 19M BliYTREYILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER PAGE SIX + + WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES + + A MOVII STAR ARR1 VES_Misora iiii.ari. 13. Idol of Japanese moviegoers, wearing lets prrse riled by Honolulu fans; arrives at San Francisco for a scries of personal appears nets. FIRE FIGHTER S_ratrldaKollonskl I,yon (Icfl).nfNcw London, Conn,, on^-time fire chief of Emerson College, Boston, demonstrates walkie-talkie lo Virginia Kelly, of Danvrrs, Sla.ss., nt >NewEngland Fire Chiefs conference,Wentworlh-by-lhc-Sea, N. II, ROOT CARVER _ s c |,onl teacher Hugh ,!. norsrll. nf i Jacksonville. Fla.. who spends leisure time carving cypress (rec (roots inlo weird primitive heads, is shown at work on his hobby. - *I-t W.A ,O_ • * Off TO THE RACES 8Y STAGE COAC H—Follow in.; the trailillonal route. > prnrcssinn of olil stage coaches • enters the Champs Elysecs from the Place de'la Concorde, Paris, enroule lo Auteuil race track for the I'rix (3e. c . Drags meeting. ' GETTING ACQUAINTE D_Snowflake. »n clevcn-day-old fawn, nujzlcs ils new playmate and proteclor, Lady, a German shepherd, at tlie Maine Stale Game Farm, Dry Mills, Me. AFTER-DARK EYES —Julie Wilson-wears an eastern "yashmak" presented lo her lor ha\ ing "loveliest after-dark eves 1 in London" by a stage-artist! jury at the Embassy Club. UN OBSERVER-Col. Alfred Katzin. above, of South Africa, is serving ns UN Secretary General Trygve Lie's pcr^nnal ob- £cr\ : er in the Korean bnUlc. TASK FORCE 86 GOES TO S E A — The batllc- I slip Missouri and accompanying destroyers comprising Task Force I 8". execute turn as (bey leave New York currying 1,-iOO U.S. Naval Academy midshipmen and Navy UQTC trainees lo Cristobal, C. Z, If tNGLISH MEMENT O—N-ancy Chaffcc, Vonlura, Cat., Ipnnis star, in Ensland lo compete in the All-England matches al 5 \Vinitilerlon, snaps a picture during llurlingham tennis party. TEACHERS MEET QUEE N—Queen Kliiaheth of Kngtand chits will. Miss Doris Bonn Illinois school teacher, at a jarcJcn pirty in Cliveden for Britnk and American teachers. FOR 'THIRD MAN '—Orson Welles (right) receives (he best foreign actor aivanl from French Inttustry and Commerce Minuter Jean Louvcl, at presentation ot French "Oscars" in Faris. . L^ifl^ U,f ban *? a ,^ =^1' R . E T tlrr , mt '," rlay " alrr I" 1151 ' 1 ""- directing high pressure streams to drive tlie bjll along a wire during Indiana Firemen's Association mecling near Indianapolis. SHORT RULE — Commodore Ralph Hackney of the Atlantic City Tuna Club finds a six-foot rule isn't long enough to measure the eight-foot, six-inch, 812-pound tuna he caught off lha •out ol Ux New i«ncy rewrl PROUD PA—Purchased by an American syndicate, N.-istiillali arrived by boat from Ireland, will stand in stud at fatncd Claiborne Stud, Paris, Ky. The sire of Koor, four-time conqueror of Calumet's Citation, l;ic Irish stallion \vas bred on WAR ENGINE IN PEAC E_A t)UKW Is pat Into iK-aeehmc » trvl ce at [he French w»sUI resort »f Le Touquet where II ferries passengers from the teach for ten-minute trips.

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