The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 7, 1947
Page 5
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} MONDAY, JULY 7, 1947 BLTTHEVILLE (AMCJ COURIER NEWS They're Shooting Again at Anzio COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD Student, Really Le«» theRc^ But This Time Just for a Movie NEWS IN PICTURES Watching Teacher CKiWb a CKf r" TONG TIME NO SEE—After 11 years in the Philippines, five of which tlicy spent hiding from the Japanese, the four children of Cipnano Weinstein are reunited with their father in Brooklyn, N. Y. Here, with his second wife he greets the youngsters who • went to live with their grandmother after his first wife died. A .Vm : ; -' ^ ; f:Vl"' ill ••SHOOTING" RESUMES AT ANZIO—Italian extras, dressed as Russian peasants, form.up for a crowd scene on Ihc beachhead' that was one of the war's bloodiest battlefields. Peacetime shooting ia being done by.cameramen for an Italian movie production. JUST I.IKE A LADY—The camera frames the Queen Elizabeth for a pretty picture as she moves into dock at Southampton, England. Proving beyond doubt that a "ship is a she," the big liner "had her face lifted" during her first overhaul'since return'tb passenger service. ONE ARM IS ENOUGH—A sentimental favorite at the All- England tennis matches at Wimbledon was Hans Hedl of .Austria, former Wchrmacht member. Here he serves by tossing the ball up with his racket. He losj his arm op Ui« Buwian L-ciii. CATALINA QUEEN —Barbara Marriott leans against a palm tree in Santa Catalina, Calif., where she's just been elected queen for 1947. But • don't let the pose fool you; ! no mere bathing beauty, Barbara swims across Ava- : Ion Bay every day. j MNE FORMS TO THE LEFT—This long-horned Barbary sheep wasn't prepared .-for triplets, so there's a waiting line at chow time in the zoo at Sacramento, Calif. Zoo officials said the triplets were extremely rare, but are hopeful all three will survive. ' THE SENORA SIGNS—Madam Eva Pcron, wife of the President of Argentina, dashes off her autograph for the Ale-war ot Toledo while the bemedalled gentleman watches intently. She visited the historic city during her Iv.-r cf S^nK ANCIENT GI—Spry Civil Wnr vet James A Hard unpacks mllt hid Z60-mlle motor trip to take Placid, N Y, where he was onfy. representative nl' the -sla'to encampment ot the GA.R Ht'jj" celebrate his 106th'birthday July-15, in'Hochest«r, NY ''" * \VORI,D HriNE^'MOON — Newly wed Richard Fortune bride of Los Angeles. have Jn one-week honeymoon, so theyV see the world. They're holding tickets they won. to become t ' first couple, to fly around the world on their wedding tnp LEARNING THE There ire more than ' treejj for students *m Jasper, Albcnij Canada, where niountain-dirnif- ihg lessons.'are given in. puluc 1 schools Here Ernie NieaeM^ skilled guide, shows them'lSi. ropes. He knows they'll looking while his back is

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