The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1950 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 26, 1950
Page 10
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FACE TEN svTLLE (ARK.) coimncn *NMSWS • THURSDAY, JANUARY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES B I ll.u'. C NOISE IN WYOMING — Conlraclors on (he. linyscli Ham. Wyoming, ncril.-il 150.000 cubic yanls of rock fill so v itKultulc.d Uvo carloads ot TNT hi Uic stile of a muuiUatu alone Hie Wind lUvcr. Tlio, ro:ir coulit tic lio;xrtl lit'ly miles away. SOUTHERNERS REUNION — swmior it. Russell l.m\£ a"'l «'"» (I""" of l.oui-shina mrcl S'.ipmnc Court Justice Tom Claik ol Texas al Newsiiauer Women's ball. Washington. ONE-YEAR FAMIL Y—Airs. Thclma r.llibs. of Atlanta. €a., sits with her l>vin.s. Jane ant! W«y»c, luirn Jan. IG. If>lU, Vuul t.triplets, Lyiula, Brcnda and Glt'iula, born Nuv. 5 Ihc siinic year. MOSCOW GREETS 1950_,\ E i a ,,i S | ar shines nlo|i Hie Ki-Miilin (oner as Hie clock Intllcalcs midnight, nsherdtf in 1000 on New VvMr's l-^ve in Mo'jtou'j tMiiitat o( Soviet Kussia- OFFICIAL DRESS- Piii'nc Slinistor SliK'tTii Yoshida of -Ia\i;tii vvt'Lirs Japanese, kiiuituu a lit I \\ umlen sljocs, and fciloru. Tnit and .siiitities cif^ar as he .itlcmls .session of (he JJict. JAPANESE WOMEN TAKE UP BASEBALL pusiCions \vann tip al (he Hrst IrynuLs for (lie ivouicn'.s iii'ofcsslmi; m^^mXiii^i GUN BY DA VINCI — Joan Kr;un<lliT Snsncvls » machine SUM Imlll by Kulu-rlo tuiaU'df from sketch by Leonardo Da Vitlri, arti^t-si-icntist. ;it rdisim ^hlscum. Ih-arhorn, .Mic'li. • Two i-andiihites fur. battery b.isL-ball ltM5»f iti Tokyo. LONG-NAME CAT — This is I-IPO'S Ailmiral Kii Chu a lV,;e-f:it'c rifi labhy male. r.xhiUUiMl hy ^liss Ella Conriiy. of New Rkhinund. 0., m show of Atlantic Cat Club. New York. GIN RUMMY WINS — Gin Ktiminy shufTlps nfT after lossinp hts sliorl-titnc riih-r. cnwbtiy Uii-k Davis, into the lanlcirk at the National Western Liveslurk Shotv rodeo in Dvnver. KANSAS REUNION n CorUmrti hiigs doll after ivir, and Mrs. l'i ;uik Thoinp- Min rude tOO inilrs to K^^ Cily. Kai\s., to rrlurn it from timrist camp wiicrc s)ic ifft U. STUDENT — Mrs. Aiuu- 1-'. U.isii, 3G. motlicr of tuo eliildrrn and xrun iif two. p.uises between cl.iisti ^t U;iMu in-\\ 'iiHa legc, Ilcrea. Ohio SHAKER SHOW— :\] r s. John Itopkins. of ,\lljnla. C.n.. nnUls snlt ,i[iil priujc'r slul:cr* from (jcrnuny and Okinawa, part of ht-r st-\cn-ycai <-i>l!culion fiorn IS stales ami foreign cuunlries. fcsifc^UV^iS^^Jv^ . ^ ^-As^Xs _ U. S. Army drcd^r Rs^avons, li'r^ost of Us type in the \voild buiJt al a cost of $11,000,000, cati move tS.OOO cubic: jat ( U of mill jud debris'iu one hour. GIANT INVADES P.ARI5- r c ,n,,n<l [t.icl,ol,ir,l. Ilefyi.m liiiint, spv«-n Tri'l, ^^•von Indus .uul ^il ptnnuls. a.^l^s diroc- linns of n i.jluoin.ui in Champs Lljsco iluihig visil tv 1'Jris. , FOUR LANES IN PUERTO RICO- n ,,i s h n rsl s «n,>n of . , . fWjiii^e higlnvjy connfcliiis Kio I'iedras a»J Casius, p.irl of $30.000,flOl> pr«»ram on. the

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