The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 18, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES S H lY' S*ALV ACE D AT MALTA — Salvage ships stand by as HMS Brteonshlre floats bottom up afler being raised tr"m tte floor oC the Mediterranean near Malta. The »hlp carried supplies ic MalU during w»r and will be broken up at Genoa.. P A P P A ' 9 C H E E R I N C S E C T I O N _ Johnny Pappa, University «f California halfback, greets his wife &nd two children at practice session of the football team in Berkeley* A M E R I C A N I N VIENN A-u. Col Beckjord (ctn. _ *er), of the U. S.'Army, stands with a group qf Russian officer! daring ceremony in which chairmanship of Vienna Allied Council *•»£ pa«c:d tnm. Rimtt to the U. S. (or the month o( Stpttmb«V. TOSS FOR TH E K I N C _ jack Hunler to»ei the t«- pound slone during Brjemur Royal Highland meeting In Scotland.'' •tlended by King Ceorfe, Queen Elizabeth iiid 1'rinccn MariareL, JOCKO LISTENS- Jocko, educated burro for young•ten at SDR YalleT, nutzles ap t» hear a children's story » spun by Ann Rowland to Sally Slegel w X at the Idaho rewrt. ON THI NOSE — A performing K> lion bulances another, made of pintle, during » training rehearsal for Anuarena, a permanent" water theater under construction.at Sail Maicos. Tex. r|AMED AS ENVOY —Norman Armour (above), for- 'mer AsslsUnl.SecreUry o« Slate and veteran career diplomat, was nominated by President Truman H Ambassador to Veneiuelh/' ACKSTACE VISITOR- M argo« r«t,r«, M , "Odette 1 ' in "Snan Lake," Sadler'i Wtlli ballet at MeiropoHtaa,t New York, talks with Sir Gladyvyn Jebb, United Kingdom dele* flit a*d yc«iid«») «i UJi. Hewitt* touKil, tlter «K | COACH 61 YEA RS —Amos Alonzo Sfagf, 88, talks j to his squad at Susquehanha University, Sclinsgrove, Pa., al •tart of his 61st year as foolt-ll coach, with son, Amos Alonzo, Jr» WHAT'S IN A JET?- Mechanics look Into'the twin Jet engine of the Avro Ashton, high altitude research plane, at the British aircraft exhibition In Farnborough, England. i!...,l>t».L _..... .-.. iliilillii/l i <ui\ammmit,,\t ^ *»*>*»*,awm^^^m&.Y RAILROAD,TO N.O WHERE — Oliver M. Johtwn (foreground) takes guests for a ride on model railroad he operate* over Mt feet of track around his home la Fllntrldgc, Cal. DRIFTWOOD ART- "M»k'wlth Windblown Hair'! to tille of this carvinj by Bohu* litnei, former Cicchoslovak Consul at San Francisco, made of. drl/twood found on beach* FtYIHC AUTOMOBILE? bnwtw WBHut K. U*rt*B, ma> fl> , J , - , f ngless i>!ine, be' ,T tested it W mttr Baxen, na, by u hour ta alt aad k»vtl Uk« MtMMtaU •" CANINECUARD DUTY — Werner Sthl.nck, Ber. Bn, Germany, taxi driver, »h» works al nltht, ilteps while hi* MM Mr** ' CAT ADOPTS watebe* •*«« SQUIKRIL S-T.bbj, pet cat of I.. C Hendrkfcs, flay Lake, D«r«o«4. Mulrrda she x.«H»4 »hca their mother was lost IB a sudd«B i%>i . ^ ' f . .-5 .V*. '•>£»£> (V

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