The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, March 26, 1948
Page 9
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FRIDAY, MARCH », 194S BLYTHIYILLR (ARK.)' OOURIBK . • KEWi 1OMB, I Radio-Active Isotopes Help Trace New Gasoline-From-Coal Process COURIERNEWSPRESENfSWORLDBriti.hBre.kCampN.crH.if. NE\ArS IN PICTURES As Palestine Evacuation begins IF THE ELECTION WERE HELD IX TOKYO—Gen. Douglas MacArtbur could count on the support of Toslriyo Oda. Oda svrole 15 books on how Japan could win the war. Now he's president of B construction firm and a firm MacArlliur backer. CONSTRUCTIONAIRE tf ALLIED GEAR HELPS BEKMN CLEAN Ul'—American and British bulldozers, loaned lo th.' Germans, clear away rubble in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin. Th? cleaning is in prop-! aration for n celebration commemorating the iOfllh anniversary of Berlin's revolution. (Pliolo by] Joe Schuppc, Acme Stair Corresoondcnl.) A RlJGGEl* LITE—Tom Richards, editor <rf tht Guam "Con- j iti'ielionniie" demonstuites the nigged life of the tropics. Mil | iioyiil crew are members of the paper's staff. Richards Indicate*) he doesn't think lite in the italci could compare. LABORATOKS MAZE—Charlotte Wray, a Pittsburgh lab technician, needs all this apparatus to precipitate a sample ot gasoline produced from coal. Radio-active isotopes are used lo • trace the process and belter understand it. BRITISH VERSION—Not to he outdone by other designers, British fashion experts come up with this beach costume—black-lined hood, and j short trousers—modeled in, London. V SI'FtiNC COMES TO "THE 7.OO—And the»bcars come out lo soak in the warm sun in Chicaco. The spring-like weather also brought out a crowd of 700 devotees. The bear at ri^ht ii looking for someone to feed him. IT'S Thu COI.LECTOIt'S HEADACHE NOW—Collector of In- .ternal Revenue John T. Jarccki, center, of Chicago, 'and >«-' «islan(« La Verne Willln and Redmond J. PrindevlUt take over ! the headache ttiat was the taxpayer's * few weeks ago. They' , have to process the millions of income tax returns fifed. .) 1 ; EX-KING AND A YOUNG A I).MIHER—Former King Michael of j Romania pauses during a sight-seeing tour of New York to sign I nn autograph for Sylvia Alvarez, four. Michael was eased off his [throne when th» Reds tightened their grip on his homeland. CHIN IN, CHEST OUT, STOMACH IN! There's a martial air ,it Wayne, Pa., where these soldiers (junior grade) put a comrade through his paces at Valley Forge Military Academy. Lett to right are James S. Horwitz, Rochester, N.Y., John Barrett, Wild-, wood, N.J., and John A. Schadc, Irwin, P». BRITISH I5KEAK CAMP IN, PALESTINE—A convoy of the «7th Airborne Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, IMV« camp h»lfw«T, between Haifa and Tel Aviv, en route to Haifa. England h»s begun removing her troops from Palestine. (Photo by D«rvi4 BqwC, i ' Acme SUB CorreipopdenU •

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