MONDAY, JULY 31, 1950 BLYTHEVin.E. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PARK NTN» THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES /«/>/,*?/// - jf, */' t , V&P-ft'X ' v", CHAM PION'S ICE C R E A T 1 0 N _ oi y m n io champion Harbara Anti Scoll wears her "Kose Marie" wcdtltip dress during rehearsal for ice show at llarringay Arena, London. NO SNOW NEEDED — German ski ace Krich wiiulisch lakes off from straw-covered ski- Jump In lournamenl at Munich's Thercsicnwicse Park. In background is monument, "Bavaria," START OF A CLASSIC— The sloop Hcvclry (upper loft) Leads (he fleet across the starting line In the 2(HIi ainnml 213-mile Tort llurou-lo-nlackiiiac, Alich, race on lake Huron. MECHANICAL HAT —Mrs. Jolm F. Nycum. of Coll«e Park. Ga.. models a "Mcrry- Go-Round" hat devised by her husband. Top turns with nlink- tal electric Hghb lnd mu • MOMENT FOR MOPPETS- Hundreds of balloons are airborne at the climax of a day's fun in I'mii! furl, Csrmany, /.oo. where i.COO children were quests of the city authorities. ~1 CHESAPEAKE BAY S P A N _ Alr vicw sllows Jup . norts for the four-mile. SH,000.000 bridge across Chesapeake- Bay Irom Sandy 1'oinl Io Malapcakc. to he coniiiletcd In June 1951. f '^T~^eatr-ir-iye v &*, *, s </ ^ ''- AS # v* t SWIMMER RIDE S_Shlrlev May Trance. 11. of Sonicr- fcel, Mass., Ivii;ili«li <:li:innel s\\'itnn]fr, rities with roach Harry iJoudukiau (left} and manager Ted Worncr at Uuver. COMMISSIONER — Ccorcc N. Schuster (above), of .Stamford, Conn., was rcccnll' nnpoinlrd II. S. Land Commis- sionci.fc.r the United Slates zon« , stale ul Bavaria, Germany. _J FREDERICK THE GREAT MO vfV'l^T h e monument of Frederick the (ircal, in rlerlin's KiiEsian sector, is moved from its pedestal to Knipcror's old rcsWcncc in I'otsdam. VACATION DINNER —Or. Randolph Ray, rector of Little Church Around the the Corner. Now York, lias a New KiiRland clambake on vacation at .• \Vcntworlli-by-thc-Sca, N. IL J] RACING FAMILY — Peewce l.onj;. Oklahoma Cilj niKlscl and stock car driver, has an attractive assislanl in his wife. Jane, who hclpi make repairs on Ins car to keep it in racing Irirn. BOY WITH BATON —Jerry l,yon, four-year-old son of Ernest l.yon, University of Louisville band director, holds balon at a rehearsal of high . school and college, students. DRESSING ROOM SERVICE — r.™\! Ralhhone, s'ar of "Julius t'ae.sar," slaved on floor of Hotel Kdismi Arena Cafe, J Netv York, dinea in Ins hotel dressing room before the: show, i PUERTO RICAN IRRIi Jacafiiu River, Impounds water for Irrigation alone' Mie' sou"lh PCMODEllNC THE WHITE HOUSEA .vortman nptr;ilr.s a jackhanmei ilurinit rerndclinB of Ihe — ••J!"* .USM!S ^?. VVj^jJiit'O". tclicUulcii to coil $1,500,600. THE BULLDOG'S NOT PROUD—A rhnmnlcm while Pekinese turns away In ill jj lasiic case as a biiihloK comes over to get acquainted din ins liidimunil, Siuicy, Lnglami. do; sliow.
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