The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 4, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 4, 1950
Page 4
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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SETOf THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PiCTURES SIGHT RESTORED- Taskel, blind wire-haired terrier of Mrs. S. H. Bruner, Pensacola, Fla., had in operation for cataracts and now sees with gla&sefl held bj special collir. COURT CAPERS — "Gentlemen Prefer Brunettes" belt worn by .linx Kalk. nberp irets a rise out of motion picture actress Gincer Roeers it celebrities tennis tournament, Forest Hllti, N. Y. I.,'" AUTHENTIC TOUCH —Chief Bad Bear, a Sioux Indian, wears ceremonial costume for his role In the Aim, "Tomahawk." a story of the Sioux, be- In* filmed hi South Dakota. < TAKING TO THE R O A D _ Compeiitors world professional road e> cling championship pass through Menin Cate, Ypres, Belf ium. Race was won by Alberic Schotte, a BeUiau! new radio phone service just installed. «, 5 A 7 INCLAYf— Architecture student Bill Meede, of El Cerrlto, Cal., puts last touches to flay miniature catnedral, realistic to point of "stained ilass" window k of oil paper. UN HAS MOVING 0 A Y_The «w United Nation. Secretariat in New York recently received its first 450 tenants, vanciurd of 3,000 employes to occupy It acxt January. r Masada objects to hlj selection as "Personality Prince" at innate (left) and Elaine Yota <ritht> alao won awarda! A IIRLER AND HIS D 0 C _ BIII F«nt.«a, c^ dlan lor blrler, teaches (he art to hi, 10-tnonth-old Dalmatian "Peppy,' at Fort Frances, OnL, and vlll take th« doc «• low. . ,-'• wear l«lh century homespun festive attire wilchinr U . pouiub dnrin« a w«Uuu ^roewslon. GoU Jtwelry Is their dmrry. Tt Crovd r • ., !" u~ A workn »" finishes a ten-ton bell Fr«5«m ' En f llnd ' *« •* » n| P»« ) t» U- S. for the Cru^ule for « Ml w-n E. P ;'*J1 'F 1 ^' Commnnl 't Proparand. starting .Sept «. Bell will be dedicated in Berlin on United Nations Day, Oct, ii • i-^^^^». *— A, 4 f ff ^i^^f^f ii^^^^fm<^^^^^L___ A WILLING PATRONESS — Rita Hajworth, Princes All Khan, bnyj a lottery tkkel from her jockey. Paul Blanc, at a party jlven in alii of the Jockey's Hospital at neauvllle, Fra. At rifhl It the Princes*' brollier-ln-law, Sandri Khan. IVIan at Ml Is unidentified. 'OLD IRONSIDES 1 SHOV «f the model CSS Conslllullsn far HMir •«• «f IIU hatu* U. Comdr. W. .1. Vrm Slcllnskl Ulk, wilh mndci of the British Guerriere !n i-reheari«J i £v* racaUt !• 27-INCH EARS- Carter shows the Edward, "" of ENGLISH TOPPER- Panel* May wears a black cwk- screw hat U> London's Covenl Garden Optra House farewell party to Sidkr's Wells company JLL -i >*M *f a ^*_?^lir A " ( *wrr>lhn far nt the Z«th Ccntnr; 1,imllfit moves (nroujh th« rinsl«» ***^ BMlMAinl w^riakftf saacUM iiMialiv4 k* Ika Kcv Yock CaAtral Bjbiiraari, New 1 ^»^w fact.

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