The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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SATURDAY, 'MAY 3], 1<1<17 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COUKIHU NEWS San Francisco Seals Replace Wire Backstop with Glass COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD Tw ° NEWS IN PICTURES To Arkansas Murder Suspect DEAD EXGINI]—T\vo train crewmen were- critically injured when Ihi.i engine overturned afiar collidinjj with a froiijht train in a northwest railroad yard. ISI'OODIIOUNDS — These two bloodhounds, held by police, led detectives to (lie liidiiij; place of :i5-ycar-uld William Lawrence nuke near •Forest City, Ark. Duke reportedly confessed to murder of Mrs. IClhcl JJoyd, taxi driver. GOOD I.UOK TOAST—Mis. Stanley T. Manlovc of Nowburgh, N. Y. runner-up iivlhe election for President General'tit the •Daughters of thn American Revolution, toasts the winner, Mrs. , lioscoo C. O'nyrne of Ilrookville, hid,, in Washington. ;' -I— <L Jo~cpinne,'* white-faced chimpanzee from the Belgian Congo, presently Urnnx Zoo, pc-jrs \villi myopic eyes at the leltcr she holds. Probably from a friend in Africa. UNFOHGETAULE — Hazel Brooks, Hollywood starlet, was given a movie contract because of (lie "visual impact qualities of her face," according to llollyv.'ood mo via scouts. CHECKING—Jacciucs Fatli, 32, youngest big name fashion designer in 1'aris, gives gowns worn by his models a last minute check before they appear in an exhibit. Considered h designer ,'of new trends, Fath says skirls \vill get longer.' "• '• IN GOOn SHAPE—Lord Nelson's; If. M. S. Victory rests quietly during early morning hour:; at Portsmouth, Knjdand. The- old vessel which survived victorious at the Hal tic of Trafalgar, is maintained nc a museum. maintained nc a museum. i cfl ,-» ?^ * $*• •<• v '* SSV • • " » .*>"-*•<, f* < r,-i i A niK OA'I: nfiflXS—TIi? 27.030-10:1 carrier Randolph slides slowly into her berth -A Kcw York C'iiy. The carrier d.vlc w.is lal"i- used for a (':::>.co held in honor of 1000 men and women Veterans who were iworu into the inactive Naval Kcscivev Admiral William F. Ilalscy was guest oJ honor. «**»««.-* NI'.W KOUTINE—Dorothy Sun, dnnccr, teaches n new routine to a group of ijan Francisco Seals ,is the ((uintot throw theii v.<-i|;!)l lo lest strenglli of spi rial f.la^s. The i;la : :.s |j(issis.-ing unusual compact resistance, lias bwi used in building a 100 by 12-foot backstop at the Seals Stadium, TAMI GKTS CATS' JIEOU'—Gabriella McDonald, nine, daugh-' tnr of the propricto; 1 of a .(reining camp at Greemvoti Lake, N. Y., shows boxer Tnmi Mauricllo of the Bronx the carrip'* new kittens. Tami is in training for his light with Jimmy Ca...,:......, . rolls in Brooklyn, N. Y, ..-..:.,_ .^.•^..\

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