The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Monday, January 23, 1950
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PACT BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'MONDAY, JANUARY ; 23, 1999 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES SWIMMINGON A SNOWY. MOUNTAIN- Lcalrice Reich dives Info the pool at the foot of Aspen Mountain, Colo., where world ski championships will lie held in February, HIGH HIGHSCHOpLERS _ jm,,, iiolup (left),'.* senior, six feet five inches tall, ami his brother, Joe, a sophomore, • sis feet four inches, play on Ilie.Swoycrvilie, Fa., High School basketball team and are also members oE the football squad. r BEST OF THE BIRD S_ Pianist Arlur Rubinstein, as a 9*BCU|B, and bia wife, in a headdress of ostrich Feathers. won 9TUM l*r the outstanding bird costumes at a ''Ball of the Birds" (H«a by Mr. utd Mrs. Paul Kollsman in Beverly Hills, CaL CARS IVAL HAIRDO —A model demonstrates a hairdo for the German pre-Lenten carnival period in thcihair style slioiv sponsored by the Munich Hairdressers Association. MINIATURE ARTIST— Zygnuml Sowa works miniature of Bishop Stephen .S. Woznicki. in Detroit. At right are completed miniatures of I'rinccss Irene Czajlory made in Poland. i" A D O W M U S L C — Miss Nora Jolmslon tests Iicr Ihcory that music for cows increases production, by serenading a barn-bound herd on her portable carillon at Slaines, England. VOCAL DRUMMER — Two-year-old Claire Breen. enroute to HJKhland. Ind.. adds a vocal accompaniment to her drum solo as she arrives in New York by plane from London. BAN A N A BUYER— Miss Sally Booth, an American Tisllor to Puerto Rico wilh a Ii!<- uij for bananas, lakes advantage »rthe low price (o buy all »he wishes in San Juan. GOLDEN KING 'TUT BOUGHT HOME FROM U. S. — Mrs. J. Kiclwrd Brcndcl. wife of the Mayor, plays with sou, Richard in one of 700 houses residents purchased from the lovcrnmcnl at Winlicld. N. J. GERMAN LOOTFORSALE — Prospective purchasers inspect some of the 2S Ions of confiscated silverware found in German sail mine hideouts by American Army, on sale at New York's United Nations Galleries. International Refugee Organization will receive proceeds of sale. —I-jT>ptian authorities Searching * for tombs of N Pharaohs of 4.000 years ago. hope to find treasures like the gold mask (above} of King Tutankhamen TOWNSPEOPLE BUY A COMMUNITY — sircrl in Winhcld, N. .1.. 20 miles N«w Yotk, a community containing 100 nouses whlrh residents have voted to liny from the coveroment for $1,350,000 throufh their own cooperative Mutual Housing Corporation. JUNIOR RACING C A R _ Torr.v Kvans, 5. sllsin the .car Ms dad, Ted (IcM builf for him at Heir,' Cal. The auto ts 6J pinches lonff, weighs ISO. pounds and travels 15 miles an hour. ICE BOWL GAME IN S N 0 W _ Lrmcr lly « Alaska and I add Air Foree~foolbaU " teams battle in ten inches of snow in Ice Bow;l jame At Ktirbaak*. Alaski. University woo, 3 to I.

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