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March 9, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 9, 1949
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PAGE TEN BLYTJIRVILLK <ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1949j THE D PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES ; ;v ;$£$&•»;'' "' *&*"*?^-VJj '"** v A V.V5 ((.11.! uw» • ,$»'»ft* ' V f f n ' v * i 4 s " 1 * ^yi^- ' A-nfl »ifm **W7 1 < ti''l ' •$" '^f pk' c ^ ~ »*'» «f^, <s:^ -,#'K.."'$> V g^rfc^j ",,., ^-"H r ti^itinii?^ "' ? $£ **£ CANAL CROSSES RIVERA Tnillir movi-s ,>mv m»rr on tin- duet nernsR Hie \Voscr Itivi'r m-ar Mimh'ii, Ocrmiiiiy, oVslr<i\td (luring the \ '1'lic viaduct euts (ravel between the Ruhr and the Ilannm'LT-lirunsu i em'il .ilillrllaml i-ia- v ih. army IM liy M.\ hours. hfe ^ Q a\^ 'f** .4^ s-.* 1 ' K«^ jf> . f »/t ^. N !\f77 -X" COLLECTS CIGAR BOX C 0 V E R S-I stanlev' J. Malcrki. of I'liimd. Wis.. slio^s some of his . iilln (ion of 1 liji) v eigar box covers al the \Vorlil Hobby K.\|iosilion in Ciiitaeo. i^j?* :^ y\ ?7* .& I^J'l 8 7 - Y E A R - O of Ntcnah. \\is.. \\\\ A R V E R _ vip \\1utiliiii: ; of his \\ork al a session uf the \\orlil llitW»> CHARITY DANCER — Mhni Sj.ilirir. ilanshli-r nf tlie former Inilonesi.ih rrerjiiir. Su- Sj:tlirir. rkuncs tlii' Iiul.aie- "Men;ui" in a l.oiiilun jim- £r.un fur Iiuluiuvii^n lUil Lross. CHAMP 16 N GREETS CHAMPION — Ai<na ^ Vr/anova. of Czei-lioslovaki.i, is kiss*tl liy men's champion Oit-k Builon, of U. S,, alter she uoii woinen's ligurc-skalini; liilc. ^ m ; '.^4 ,, JL ROYAL SKIERS— Vrincrsses Kircitla, Margaretlia an.| Ih-iii-r. of Svirdi-n. start on a ski e\iursinn at tlic Slorlicn winter rcsorl.'Tlicy are great graiuliluugUteKi of KiilE CJustaf V. SKIJORING IN GERMANY — Towed by galloping horses over a measured course -I lluse sliiers race al (ianmsrh-I'arlrnkirrhcn. Germany. The romiirtilinn was part of (be annual winter ,' siiorls necks in which visitors participated in speed skating, figure-skatine, bkiing anil hockey. » Z-YEAR-OLD SKATER — 'Kicko (asvida 2i' mjiiths old. of Rk-hmontl, Va., strikes out on his new skates after a learning period that produced more dow ns than ups. ^, - "^ar ,., , r~ n ^ "rS ?* «£«t! OVERCOATS FOR VEGETABLE sl.iark Cay' ' i ||T.(I n runts wlitn eoh ™i I. ! ^i I* 4 f.fs.'ffma \ collier .'. 'ji k on A Hi)lly\\ o»d nui\ ir market scene. MOO S"E"" H A vl ' M 0 O S E MASCOT— niii (nchlt puts Jiis l.une nini>sr. Nancy, t!irmii:h her routine nf Irivks ii^ Lander, \Vyo., \\>icre she is in.istut uf ihc Moose Lodge. sv it&mxm 1 . ^',* 'W^-V'- Vv> 'v"-I^liVk" . i >^ ^IwJrasViC-. Hi m.&% 8&M. POOL-SIDE SERVICE — Ted,Clarlc, keeper al the Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago, feeds herring lo Betty, an 11-year-old Ml lion he Uaintd to stand Oil her tail while eating. A? -»,^ ( . *,j BALLET TO B 0 X 1 N G— Paul Valentine (left). _«>'- »• let Russe tianrcr and bo\.r. (rains « ilh Tonnnv C.arlana for "E^st Side Story" in Hollywood. Dcura ragct, also in the film, referees. tfs*~ ] "m^,^ •£#.:•**'* ~ C E WAtT^foTTc E' 0 F T^W^cT ZONE {. to Clcrman policemen in the Soviet znno ai H^V , UI [llin * " built by Uic Russians to liall '^niii£Alii) £ ^ t S*4M Uin fMTinan iMilirrman ftvftl l.tlKs 'i < ill llio A mrriraii-Soviet hut tU-T mil a i Luhniutiikn liritibC. 151 tint. , •,. SCHEDULE BOAR D_| . s. Sen.iim- Kduin C. ,Inhiis«n (l)-(ulii.) \\Yslern l!.lsrli.lll T.eaRilc luesiilent, displays a schedule device he ilciifiiud vijlli J.'CJS »li»»ii!( dales cjc.'i team Klajs.. fe^>. i!C^ ^*:3^^i;:^^SS^^1^^ ^**« - •» *« pQLQjNG BOAT — A demonstrator sliows how the Trav-I-boat, a murint plywood rrafl, f url on frei loiiP* fA» lir folded in half for tow behind an automobile. The bnal was one o( _ >hc novelties displayed U th« New A T oyfc_Sporl»!jyn>,Staow,^in Grand C^Mril I'aUc^