The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 16, 1950 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 16, 1950
Page 4
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8ATOKDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1959 (ARK.) 1 OOUX1TH HEWS PAGE iEYEIf. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES HANGING' ABOVE THE HUDSON— Workmen in a metal ca«e ride cable, ol Ceorge Washinglon Bridge. 135 feel above the Hudson River. New York, to tichten the 3.360 bolta that hold 304 steel bands in place around the four 36-inch main cabin that tupport the 1 bridle. L wp<fl ^••I^^H «MM^HK -^ SHOW PIGEONS— Gloria Ward, 18-year-o!d 4-H Club "member in Arcadia, CaL. shows l\vn prize pisepns she ^vill exhibii in tb* anaial Los Angeles County fait, Sept. U Ihrauih Oct. i. LOOPED JEWELRY — Diamond an'd pearl earrlnfft worn by Shirlry Ruchanap in Los Angeles do not need clip4-t>r screws but loop around the back •( t*r Kk« an tycilass earpiece.! OPERA LONG HAIR — Blanche Thebom. mezzo-soprano of New York Metropolitan and San Francisco Opera Companies, combs her five-foot-long lock] beside a pool in Hollywood. VISITOR IS W E L C O M ED _ Archdl ,k« Stefan, ol Austria, a student al Mali-crn. Pa.. Frep School, meets some of the players on the "American in Paris" set dnriac vUit to Hollywood, FIVE A B-R E A STOVER DANISH WHITECAPS — Danish itlris on water- , tills skto Uiroush motor and sailboal traffic In Svanenioelle Harbor on the outsliirls ol Copenhagen.. ^ K£SHKS;>,3RflBiMBB«nKinm«i!««i<2^ni^^BHlMBBHHM 1 M ISS U . S. TEL EV I S I ON ' _ Edylhe Adams, (above), 23-year-old blonde of Tcnafly. .N. J.. was chosen "Mls» U.S.Television"over twelve candidates In contest it Chtcac« Falr.i ANOTHER MOUTH TO f E E D_ K eeper Bill Leibrand boltlr-fceds a female baby uuannco born at Washington, D. C., Zoo. Cuanaco~'ound in Soulh America, k related to llama.| RABBITS FROM E V E R Y W H E R E_r,errle •on, I.os Angeles rrujlcian. shows some of 2.000 rabbil figurines sent to her by soldiers she enlerlafned before they went overseas. •JAM CA <*>(iMJ« wto G«own} IVPIMn«&iMCrL»^M^HMV£^»£MM?"~:^l*^flKHV^HBKr7PJhM^Bn55«MBMHHBi N DERBY — .lens Hanscn. 12, of Hambnr.r-Bahrenfeld, grinds hh» witerwheel ^tiownj's "Jam Can" Derby at Wedcl. Bolt* are m*d« It Mm 4fec*r4«d j»l» cMtaiMn, MODE L VI O L I N This violin, weighing less than • n ounce and perfect in every detail, yet only as bis as a match, was made by Rudolf Fuchs. German violin maker tn Allen. SEARCH FOR A S O U V E N I R_Screen actnr trrol;' Flynn Inspects a piece of potlerj during a souvenir shopping lour •» at Nice, France, where he Is making a molloa piclw*.. I BIRTHDAY BLESSING — Peter Te nl halha, Iro- qunls Indian (second from left), receives blessing of the Courcl! elders on his ninth birthday during (he annual t'o\v-wow of a doiea tribei al the Shlnnecock KeservaUon, Southampton, N. V. •MISS GERMANY* —Suzanne Krtchson, 24, a Berlin model, was chosen "Miss Germany 1950," al Baden-Baden, for competition in annual "M!s» Europe" contest al San Marino. 0 R K I N C MODEV — Willlim G. Hoffman, of .San Franr-i^co, sludics his model of a Sacramento Northern railway car Uul ca* tx I A L L 0 0 N $ • O W 0 U T,— Ceortes Cornier. 76-year-old Paris tailor, took off. hat W Ifc* k*U*«a» IB tkc kakrMUoMl race al A»»t«r*am, Holland, were croun4e4 by k

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