The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 19W BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER ' FAGE THIRTEEN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ACROBATIC FIREMEN — Japanese firr-lislilcrs perform aerobatic feats of lialance agility during a lirc-Iiglituig exhibition held on the Imperial I'alatt: 1'laxa, Tokyo. GOVERNOR'S SAILBOAT — Onvernor Herman Talrnailgc of (icorgia stud IPS a ID ni\f I s:iillinal liuiU from used safely mnlchos hy two inniatrs of Talt>all I'rtson, Hcid.sviltn, (3n., and presented to Governor. J'lwlo Ink CM al his ollice In AU OLD STATION TO BECOME HOM E_M(SS C. Louise !Mllel supervises fireplace cunsUuction in ubamlunctl railway station she is converting into a home at New KochcHc, N. Y. DP AND DOLLY —. ^Vera Chreplowsky, 30 months' Pplrt. carries her dull in her knapsack as she arrives at a New York pier uiili lie'r parents, rlis- placed persons trom the Ukraine. ! ' • -.W V_ ,...>, ^ % _ *M."« READY FOR THE RUN— Girl skipper of tlic Whalaron, airplane-motored iee sled, waits for her co-pilot btfore starling a test run on Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada. SIAMESE FAMILY — Simmy Til and Salira, Si.ime.se rats owned by Mr. and Charles AVallirs, of Itunic, N. V.. preside over ceremony as Ilieir iilriir-wrrhs'olll killcns pose for lirsl portrait. ""*"!' v ^?" ^ __ TRADE BOARD HEAD MUSEUM EXHIBIT —Folm Jamlcson repairs z toltm tiole as ncI chickens follow him alioul (lie srounils of tliei Mu>" »enm ol llic Amcvicnn Inillan,) Jleye ]'c^un;l.alio]] > In New York*] CARNIVAL RULERS— MnriU Mueller, Prfnec. an.! Irene Ilpniic. Prlncfss. sahile Ihcir Mihjccls from throne after bcijiR crowncrl rulers oT prc-Lcntcn cnrnival nl Munich, Germany. —Carl Boslrom (above). 10. who bis business career as a S7 a week me.sscnecr at 14. is the new president of the Chicago Board of Trade. «ia«imH»s izz.itttlamnaetmiPfMfxsKsmtilSy'.,m <::,•:.mm ,:••••.. «DHSCJ.. GERMAN POLICEWOMAN-,V woman member )f Ihc C'ommuni.sl "people's poliec" rlirtcls trafltc in Soviel srettir )f Berlin, liuildinc in Imkcruund «zs J.udwafle headquarters. MATCHING JEWELS — Ollered in tbe rrnMin's n^^v• Jewelry abroad is this ruinlilna- tion of bib nccklaee and match- Ing bracelet of cold mesh and diamonds shown In 1'aris. S H E E T MUSIC C 0 L L E C T O R _ € . ci.de M«. sbaw, of Ihd.lalKl Park. C'nl., s)in«A some of the r.O.OUO eojiics of s)iecl music lie has cullcclccl since lie started his hubby in 1903. ) ONE-PIECE DESK — V. S. Senator Millard E. T.vdinrs of Maryland slaniJs it a rtesk carved from one piece of mahogany presented lo him by President Clpidio Quiring »l Uit riiilipplncs. VILLAGE IN APARTMENT._>i r . tnd Mri.j a / »rph M. «ariiell and Ilieir childrrn, Carol, 5. anil Alan. 8. insn.-'cl Uit vilj>|c Mr v §arncU bulll tp Uiejr Ncw.Vjrk Cll>- aparlnicnl. NEW GERMAN AUTO — Shown rrmiDv at ihc Opel plant, Riicssrlslicim. Ocrmany. n-u Ibis 1950 Olympla scilan with i speed ol 70 miles an hour and fuel consumption of 35 miles to gallon.

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