The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1950 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Tuesday, September 12, 1950
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TOE8PAT, SEPTEMBER U, 1999 (Awry OOUKTCT JAGE ELEFElf THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES STOCKPILE FOR P E A C E _ Nitrate of soda, mined in the "Valley of the Moon,") Chile, and used for farming and munitions, is stored in a warehouse at Iquique for shipment abroad. J 0 UI R N I Y M £ N - T O in 18th ccnlurv costume, nolk inj work In revival of cuslom ~ ™ *—German mason apprentices, from Brunswick to HamlmrK scck- of changing jobs every six inoullis, 2 ?, ? T . A r, M ', L Y ° R ° U ' ~ ''"° <'«'" *'""« '*•""'» "III, their Iwo-dny old Chicago's Brooklield Zoo. Director Robert Bean calls lucm Africa's must IciutUul STUDY OF A STAR — Kalian film star Isa Miranda POMS beside a bust of herself fashioned bv sculptor Kerrucci* Vtccbi in Rome and called bj- him "Ihe SiensiUvt," GOES TO AUSTRIA — Walter J. Donnelly (above), Ambassador lo Venezuela, was named by President Truman as Minister and first U. S. civilian Ilifh Commissioner to Austria. I. It \ .... „.„.,.. a 7,500-ponnd pull In a state tractor. to pull Ui« Ioa4 the required dlstano' oa Uil* ' ' PARIS FORECAST— Jacques Path's knee-hobblins evening gown of white pleated monssellne, worn with a tulle stole, hags the body down to the flaring deep flounce. «° ? V , B ,n E , S ' ,' N f R * N C E - Sla " «-««' ™« Oliver Hardy (risht) American movie comedians, shake hands with llicir Jrcnch "doubles" on tlie Cote d'Azur ivliere !hey are making film.' AIR LIFT AND B A L A N C E_ 0 «m.n ilrb. train- Ins In Berlin at plane hoslfsses, carry trays iiiulcr critical eje of lllenort Ebers, American Overseas Airlines chief tlewardex. r • , ,,; c , ' N T ,L ,, 5 E R T - A " mel «™>" ««"" Gr "» p ." am '"' •>' ^ypt at Gua in the Sahara Desert. Of the seven pyramids three, more thin 5,000 years old, are «0 feet high. J>y Part, ^esi^,. b«w *i (htwUcr. H A , V E ~ l Ih, j v,n *' tc c,f n lnv « ll « llli o n «' "ie llpped-over t the Indian Village, Silver Springs, Hi., moves toward » Sem»l and a y»iui« brave uh* d««u^ tt*m i$ tn >«f»f.

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