The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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FRIDAY, JUNK 20, 1047 ' LYTlIUVir.LK (AKK.V COUU1KK NK\VS PAGE N1NB [Rome Women Riot When Argentine Ambassador distributes Food COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD CM Aeronautics Board Probe, » NEAVS IN PICTURES rfilil New York Memorial Day Crash i ". .-* * • 'xtr 2 4W4U1 • * i two thoroughbred collies, Urmnio (K'fl) and IJcauty, became, proud ninth[ each other nt New Hyde Park, N.V. Both hrul lillcrr, of nine puppies Vincent Gentile. 1MAMA5- In half an dogs nrc owned b\ MKN H1OT IN KOME—The Argentine Ambassador to Rome started a riot \ tiling food parcels from Argentine President Juan D. Pcron. Women stormc ian polite had to use night sticks to bring order. Eight persons were i -lulu!': liumi. Acme Sufi' Photographer.) S'llM.KI) VOICE—U.S. film slar Gloria Jean (above) went to London lo .sini;. The song filic picked was Ihe Lord's Prayer, lint, she claims, Hie theater manager ordered her not to "sing tile song because of Its reference lo "r'orgivo' us our debts." The Jlnllsh. she snvs, "didn'l like" liic part about "this debts." IjTI-SOCIAL—For t!ie second time in two months, Bamboo, lyearjf.d, 400-pound gorilla at the Philadelphia Zoo, has : illed his keeper. In his latest attack, Bamboo grabbed the ' |:pcr, Samuel Giunta, and in seconds fractured both the lin's arms and lore his scalp. Here the gorilla glares through ; |: bars, probably wishing he could do tiic same to the plio- ' f\ GUAKDSSIAN FAINTS—The occasion was a full dress rehearsal by the TJrigaclc of Guards lor the Kind's Biilliclny Cclcbrnlioii The guardsman (lower right) was acting as marker for the marching columns. The Duke of Gluuri^k-r (mounted, right) luoka down in the fallen soldier. No one moved lo help him. Mrs. Dorcen ArclK'r-IIouhlon (sitting side-sudtilc, icfl) acled as deputy for Trin crss Kli/aliclli who reviuworl thr paradr from the san^p lior.se duvintj the aclunl crrc'iunny a few days later. HKKLtN'S ClllliO—A wee Berlin youngster slops for a moment from the -serious business of fixing tier slocking. Until the ' photographer called to her, she didn't know her picture was to be taken. •iwll-'I-'IC POINTERS—On a holiday away from the movies, largarct O'Brien takes in the sights r.t Hamilton, Bermuda, lore she gels some pointers on local sights from-a traffic' cop. QUEEN — To lovely Lola Huddy goes the title o£ "Queen of the Sots." A. A. Ostrandcr, New York Cily stage designer, awards her the crown of approval voted by- Manhattan, theatrical slagc_aiul lighting crews. FATAL ROUTE—Arthur E. Gu.Um (right), who controls aircraft traffic at New York's I.aCuardia Field, traces for James M, Landis (left) the route taken by the airliner that cvaslicd there Memorial Day. l.andis is chairman of the Civil Acron- Duties Board investigating the a c ?y£H l 4 ? c .?_ l .'i Joll_ \vas__ 42^ 1 TENT CITY—Sprawled over a 10-acre section of the Colgate University campus al Hamillon, N.Y, i ir. Ibis "tout city!" awaiting returning graduates. The University, this month held its first general i reunion in 28 years and 2500 alumni came back for the party. Area in front of Ihc big tent '.Was U5*i4 \o. p«garc food for the crowd. ' ™-'

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