The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1946 · Page 8
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•PAGE EIGHT •i-T~- BLYTIIKVILLB (ARK.V COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 2G, 19-16 COURIER NEWS PICTURES PORTRAY WORLD NEWS AND VIEWS Lives In Tent After Being Evicted James W. Standlfcr, Austin. Tcxns, i:ours himself n pan of water from n five-Ballon can, while his wile Lcla, aiul daughter, Jo Lynn, watch. Stanclifer, wlio wr.s evicted from his city home, brought his wife HIK daughter to a piece of property which he owns nea r Austin, put nj) two tents and started housekeeping He says he likes it fine out in the country ami plans to live this way until the depression comes along at which time he says he will build him a nice home on his properly. (NBA Tclophoto.) i Mother Loses Temper in Court 'Flying Herd' on Wyoming's Plains Mrs. Arilhonclte Montenegro hinges lit [fiiards after stepping from ths witness stand during an Uuiues' in Los Angeles court, demanding, "What dirty, slinking coward shot my lltllc boy." Mrs. Montenegro's ton, Eugene, 13, was fatr.lly shot by n deputy sheriff Saturda night as Ihe boy lied from u houso that had been rimsnckcd. (NBA Telepholo). Wonder What a Penny Post Card! Costs? Reproduced above is the envelope of an airmail letter from China, received by Oscar Chapman, of the Department of the Interior, in Washington. It was just an ordinary letter, in a 4V>x9Vi ' envelope, but China's currency is so badly inflated that it required 4700 dollars (Chinese) worth » of postage. At the U. S. airmail rate to China, the Idler would probably have carried about $1.40 / _- _ .worth.of slpmps. Roland Bishop Given Edge on Golf Title In Blytheville Country Club Tournament i Some cowboys are high-ridin' hombrcs these days, having laU { lo using planes for round-up operalions. In photo above is se i shadow of plane which is herding a pad', of antelope lowr.rU corral near Gillette, Wyo. Anltlopes become too numerous cerium sections and are periodically rounded up anil shipped ._ __ less coneestcd a-.-t'.-:^ . -_ . Wheat Under Guard In China noland Bishop, pictured a; rlisiit tfilh his "hot" putter,, is n slight favorite to win the club ch'tinpion- sliip when he tees oil sit, 9 o'clock Sunda morning against Georye Hubbard. Jr., pictured at loft. In fighting his way to the finals Bishop eliminated B. E. Moorn, Os- ceolii, 4 and 3; W. J. Pollard 3 and 2; and James Guard 3 and 1. His scores for the three rounds were two '?3's and a 74. Hubljard bested Russell Fan- C anil 6 with a one oves 1 par round of 75; Fs-.ink Whitwojth fell 2 and 1 tv'hcn Ilubbarcl shot a 7G and nn- uther 7C was f;ood enough In eliminate James Terry 3 and 2. Both contestants started their golfmfj careers at about u?>; 15. Both Bishop and Hubbmd cue lout; with their tee shots, with the /alter having a slight edge In accuracy, rarely getting into '.ro'sble. i3oth liave belter than average lonsj and short iron shots with Bishop holding the eclKe on the i/recns. In eliminatinK James Guard last Sunday Bishop tired three under par 3'i on the back nine, vising only ten puts for the nine holes. George Hubbardj Jr. Itolainl Ilistiop Bundles for All the World—From Uncle Sam In the form of. Jood, clothing, medical supplies and money, the United Stales provided $536,000,003 in relief aid to olher countries of the world during the first three months of Ibis year. From July 1.' 1940, through March 31 of this year, the U. S. government's overall expenditures on foreign relict and rehabilitation tolnlcd $2,30.i,000,000, of which $2,125,000.000 was in supplies. By July I. 1947,'[ the total probably will exceed $-1,500,000.000, the Commerce Department jays. Picto-chart above '>j shows how the relief has been distributed. Under a military guard outside of Yangchow, 13 barges of wheat from the United Slates arc lied at anchor, under Chinese National Government orders preventing their i-ulry Into Communist-Controlled famine -.rcas. Charges that the Chinese Government has "misused" rclicl sunplies uj bin ink its enli nice Into communist are\s resulted in UiCmiidus oidei to stop shipment of relief supplies to Chun with the exception of food. (NEA Tclenhoto.) Called Before Investigators Benjamin .F. Fields, Washington publicist who was excused from th witness stand lii Washington \vhile appearing before the Senate Wa Investigating Committee, gathers up his papers as he prepares leave the stand. Fields was accused of attempted bribe in behalf o members of the "paper empire" of munitions firms wid was excuse from tes'tfjlng-, ftlt«r he demanded his constitutional rights not I ^_ , i testify against himself '.NKA Tel^photo.) New Evidence Lo, the Astronomical Pengo A qu3oii1lio,i ons-pcrtgo notes vould pore a 10-!onc high*c,- Members of the War fronts ln- vosligaling Committee look over Ihe copyright pictures released by the New York Daily New: .ind distributed exclusively by NKA-Acme. George Mender, committee investigator, said the piclnrcs provide "documentary evidence" o( the extent ot f.'icndly relations between the Garssons and Hep. Andrew May. Left to rishl are: Sen. James M. Mead, commiucc chairman; Sen. Jlomer t'crguscn r,nd, ^landing, Sen. Hugh B. Mitchell. Film Double "•'•*•„*' General Porter at Wedding Thi Hoc* of paper bank nolci would 11 vould I'aVc 10 inillic,.. >ci.; ;j cc--: vcigll 625 million Ions. Q H thtiC pcngu;. 1000 l.iliMi, (one qu.-ulrilliiin) pcnfio bill. NcwsclKirl :hov..: v, h.-.l v.";-.il(l i-.;.vc happened if l!icy'<l issued 1,000.000,000.000.000 i-.oR-s ii( r.-.-,c-i:cni;o valiio. Hut Ihcrc's n jiapcr tlioitagc, ,iml hcsicic.-. c:-,; qiiadrillion pcnjos are only worth bclwcen S2 and nothing ut r.ii. In Ihe filming of Ihe dramatic slory ol Ibe atomic bomb. ;' ino\'ic lo be c:illed "The Beginning or llic laid," Ctodfrcy Tearle, above, is lo play Ihe role ot Ihe lale President Franklin D. Koostvell. New York born, ho achieved his great j.ucccss c.". Uic Eiialish. stage Pictured at Ihe x\fading reception for Joseph F. Freeman and his bride, the former Alexandra Earolas at the Staller Hotel in New York City on Cctober 18. 1941, were: left to right: Mnjor Clencral William N. Porter, retired Chief of Chemical Warfare; Mrs. Alexandra Sarclas :.'. ...,u.:, MV. .1.1.1 MJ ^ o:...i!i^ Jveter; •. .>i'. .loseph Freeman, at the extreme right. i,NE;V Tclephoto.) , , \

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