; n~-~.~l»AGE' TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1048 JLooks Like Spring Some Places; Kids and Roller Skates Abound COURI ER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD Wand Dependency ,„ Dispute; NEWS IN PICTURES Three Nations Claim Port Lockroy • L ! A CASUI.TY—A casulty or the Second Marine Division Is carried ashore during an Atlantic Fleet t|! amphibious operation on Vieques Island off Puerto Hico. Although some ot tlio participating Mar: ines had Ijecn designated as caMillios. tiiis Marine was actually hurt when other Marines foil on him durinir ernbaikjilion. (Plioto by Arthur Rickerby, Acme Stall Correspondent.) , AM) IT ISN'T KVKN SI'llING-As temperature, climbed well above the freezing mark in Mil( waukce. th« Gnzzhcs at WashniKlon I\,rk X,,o rrMPe out of h,l;e,r.-ion and cavorted happily IT'S THIS WAY, SON—Vacationing at the Claremonl Country Club in Oakland, Calif, Baseball Commissioner Happy Chandler, right, chats with Kevin King, 18-year-old newly-signed catcher for the Boston Red Sox. Kevin played on Oakland'! St: Eliu. beth High School nine. BABY WITHOUT A COVXTKV—Neils Frniicis Rebhol/, 16 months, takes a last look at the U.S. before boarding x Copenhagen-bound airliner at ?\. v; Yoik. NYils, involved'in a tc-ch- nicality wbirli bnrred h, m (mm ln-onninj; an An-.ci Iran cili- zcn, is now with his aunt, Klsie Hj..i-thoes, in Denmark, v.brvo ,he will spend a ye.ir until his r.i!in'n.-.hip slalus is rlcicritiinrd. LOOKING GOOD—Marlcne Dietrich leans far out of a i. iioad car trying to spot h r daughter, Maria, as she nrrivcs in Xew York from Hollywood. The veteran nc- Ue.~? has just completed another picture. A SXACK KOK FLOOD VICTIMS—Red Cross workers, Mifs Julia Nicholas, left, and Mrs. Ajnci King, serve breakfast to Cincinnati flood refu^oi-; at a shelter station in suburban Mariomont, O The Ohio Kiver reached a 51-foot level. GIVES WAHNING-William C. Doherfv. an AFI, vice-president tells a House, labor subcommittee in Washington that movia producers should beware of "labor n-lations experts" who "seem to thrive on turmoil and strife" of Hoi:, ....-nxl's. jm isdictional strikes. TOIJ'EL NEVER KNOW—1 lollyv.-.v.,! tr.bni.-:.,,.., ; •dress Cclesle Holm, readying !,-r fur a .,1 11 i r ..\'' 1ho!"-h hr.r broken ankle is in a c,,\. Dii.i;.,.. j,, ; . ductibn costs down, continue fho.ifVg pi,..,-.< :„ v . ..'•' • doesn't sivjw. 4M««te'iM IIOV, WATCH MY Sl'KEvI) NOW — T.iltlc Efimuml Cikanck, Ihit'C. is rnnkin^ sine he won't bo l.nsl on his fotork whrn it cnr;ics lo rfilltrr-^knUtig. Mildor totnpoi-alurrs helped clr;ir tho snnw olf Chk.'iK'Vs side walks, which prompUxf Uttln Kdmnnd to Ret out his skates and oil them for outdoor fun. Cr.NTKR OK DISI't'TK—A survey pcirly niiikes camp at snow-covcfcd E\>rt Lockroy, Wtoncke Island, in iho Falkland Isl'inds Do- ptiidtncy, area of Aulmx'Uca mnv in dispute among Chile, Av^ontina and Britain. Kn^hnt<! tiasrs i(<; claim on mnnv survevs and expeditions. Chile ami Argentina have naval units in the aiea, as has Britain.
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