The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1950 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 1, 1950
Page 13
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, PAGE THIRTEEN THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES BEATIFICATION I N, R 0 M E _ This is a general view of Hie papal allar and high altar in Peter's Raslllca in Rome (luring beatification of Anne Maria javouhey of France, founder of the order of the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Cluny. Mother Javonhey, who dierl in 1S5I, devoted her life to helping the Nejroes of France's African and American colonies. 14 EW HOUSE OF C O M M O N S _ Th,s I, central \ie« of clnmber of I ondon's new House of Commons replacing Inll demised in \\orld War II Sneaker's chair (center forc^rounii, under clock) has canopy bearing the royal arms LONC-STEMM ED_ Betsy Croft was voted 'Miss Corims Dclictous" for California Slate Bar AIM. fMhjon s h ow . C 0 I'F F U K E _ NC«, hairdo in Paris with figure cisht chisr- non at nape held by two diamond clips, follows .long-ball- school. * - J. EYES AND TEETH -^Patricia Bcckics, 4, Is as James Knight, Jr. t ^, 5hows off after being named healthiest IccUi al Children's Aid Society in New wide-eyed hoy with Vork. AnVbiT ^^£^^.~,% "c^n^/^^, <^^d^,, P ^^ •ura« a niumrta jears o.d, come horn various couiitrict including lh« U. «. -. _, STAR SHOPPE R—Aclicss Yvonne Ue Carlo shoiis about a native Indian pottery store in South Dakota's Sioux Indian country where she is on location for new film. WATCHING A DREAM WALKING- |- 011 r-jcar old man., Hunter stands en- Ilirallcd as she watches a group cif dolls walk nlons OhiraGo's Stale Street. The dojls can walk 19 feel unassisted and twinr arms and heads realistically as they toddle along. \ GOING THROUGH THE PACES- rol Aio.i Podnajsky, Viennese riding school director, puts horse IhroiiEh the I-evade in Rye. N. Y-. preparing for, American exhibitions. Animal «i«i torclvi off r'rouiid and holds s Jnini jlalue' po itioru ,C E L E B R A N T — Krl,lcn Sc'hmidl, IS months eld, of Anaheim. Calif.; ii all jet for ih* eitjr'i Hallowe'M futlval. STE PP ED-D 0W N ] E E P _ Member of French fibn slnntmen i club amuses I'arlslins bs iliHing jeep doun step* from basilica of Sacre Coeur «u lop of the gillie Montaurtre. ', MUSIC — A Gcrmin ^outiRslor hnrrrs a toneless piano, made of sutar, it Berlin exhibition where city's leading cunfcclioncrs put their works on display. LARGE MODEL— Emma, 35-year-old, 8.700-pound ele- plianl, proves the star attraction al Angeles outdoor arl show as she poses for Illustrator Charles I'ayzant. I. rT,;?i i f ^ *,*. E ?.~ Two * !rls »»>iise Interest of townspeople ' rl ' " ilh lll ^' ;l > « f *l VValtt ud clock, nn |],Hr backs PORTABLE ILICTRONIC ORCA N—Thomas h. llaudforth'of Temple City, Calif., sits at console o< p«rUWe electronic orcan (background) whleli he devoted three years of spare tim* lo build. Ortan and coniwle are made of parts of scrapped organs. Center mnvabte section of orjan nas basf: drum, *nare drum, lorn lorn, wood block, lambnurluc. castanets, a Glockenspiel and whistle* lor special effect*. Conwle U ntounlrd on dolly wilh 15 feet of cable between organ and consok »». W W »«V*<I «-«uud, , - , i

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