The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 24, 1947
Page 4
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BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.y :COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 24. York, Pa., Couple Begins Coast To Coast Tour in 1942 Motor Bugqy COURIER HEWS PRESENTS WORLD New York NEWS IN PICTURES Gavc Her The Wro " 9 Baby UNGENTLE MEETING—Five passengers were slightly injured when a Chic;ii;o-bomul electric (rain crashed Into lliis elevate;! train, right, on the west side of Chicago. Accident occurcd at ;i surface point where both lines use Iho same tracks. This viow shows the wrecked ;mls of three cars. NON-COMMITTAL— Leonard Bruce Sosa, left, 18- son of Mr. and "Mrs. Leonard Sosa of New York, play infant his parents declare is not theirs. The Sosas dark-haired hoy was substituted by the hospital fo haired girl Mrs. Sosa declares she bore. The cou notice of claim for 5200,000 against New Yor monlli- claimic the light- ple filed a k City. EASY DOES IT—Queen Frederika of Greece wails *or Paul f, King of the Hellenes, to descend from an inspection of the sky lookout platform of the USS Providence during a tour of the vessel anchored near Athens. COAST TO COAST—Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ruth of York, Pa., get ready to leave Atlantic City on (heir cross-country lour In the Pacific Coast in their 19D2 motor buggy. The car has a two-cylinder motor and a chain drive. Ruth says the car docs about 30 miles an hour and gets about 15 miles to a gallon of cas. LONG DISTANCE ROMANCE—Julianne Toth, right, from Hungary, embraces Andrew Locsmanday, 21, machinist and former naval enlisted man, in Chicago, prior to their marriage. The romance began when Andrew's stop-inotiier, sister to Miss Toth s mother, suggested an exchange, of photographs. They hold the photograph which Andrew sent. TOUCH OF HOLLAND—Residents of Holland, Mich., go all out in their preparation for annual tulip festival. Just ns is the custom in Holland, the streets are cleaned before the festival. Here, dressed in traditional Dutch costumes, both men and women with pails, long-handled brooms and lots of suds clean 'the asphalt surface. GLAMOUlt TKONKFUL — Shirley Model) lies head down on a Miami tree trunk to better obtain "an even tan," she says. Shirley wears the latest style in snu^-fit- ting lastcx trunks A DRESb i'OK MARGARET—Miss Vicky Quirino, second from left, daughter of the vice-president of the Philippine,Republic, presents a dress made in the Philippines for Margaret Truman to Mr*. •Truman. Wives of-Philippine officials look on during the presentation at the White House. CASUALTY—William Dietrich carries to safely Margaret Rigcl- sky, 10, Cleveland, Ohio, !?cll Company picket, after a skirmish when non-strikes'atlempled lo cross a picket line of ,150 pcisons. Some of the non-strikers were pelted with eggi. UNLUCKY—Mrs. Glenn O. McVay of Cleveland visits her baby June Alice in Cleveland hospital nfter the -tot's' left eye was removed. The baby was thrown from the back scat of the family car because of a sitddon stop, cmd pieces of child's nursing bottle, broken in the fall, entered her eye.

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