The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Friday, April 2, 1948
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FRIDAY, APRIJ, 2, 1948 ;BLVTHEVtLLE _ (ARK.V COURIER NEWS PAGE It Won't Be Long Now: Bali Parks Begin Spring Cleanup For Opener COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLDo.^ NEWS IN PICTURES s j > r-* r'-j M VI ™ T . ION OR ADVERTISEMENT? When the Mississippi River overflowed its banks at Canton Mo, flood waters .wirled around the' town's f, 5 h market, making this sign particularly appro- _ priale. Ihe flood also brought the source of fish supply right through the market's door. "1 For Proposed World, Trade Group S p,in 1; cleaning t» ? rep.,at,on .or ^oning , ~. * f _ * , , Ma^KKiMt- <~ I JHEADED FOR ACTION-A British-made armored car, manned regular Greek troops, moves into operation in northern Greece where guerrillas stil! infest the countryside. GOOD MEDlCINE-Bobbie Barlon', emergency operation wil » success except thnt he last his appetite afterword. Then his Los Angeles doctor heard that Bobble's dog "Frisky" had been lent away during Ihe youngster's illness. The doctor's proscription: Bring "frisky" back. Now evorylhing'» all right ^ V v of the sch OSS °" TIME IN WASHII «5TON-And the early spring surprised thu cily. The blossoms csmc out two weeks -' time ior the annual Cherry Blossom festival. Mrs. J. M. Husted end her son, Jimmy, H months old, don't fr t" ' ; ±&'.'L.>._J seem to mind, however. JAM1LAR FACES-Jimmy Lalimcr, 12, of Hdrrin, Mo., has no wsllpapor problem. He has 300D pictures of sports ficu-c-' -<k other favorites pasted around his room, and when lie tires of these, he has 2000 more »U ready to go up. • , MNEN THEME—Grace Arcuri mc.cis in liu.... a gray and white blocked linen play suit of trimmed shorts and uplift bra. A, i white linen skirl and bole.9 k comulete the outfit, J NARROW ESCAPE—Brig. Gen. Telford TayJor, chief counsel for the war crime trials at Nuernberg, and his wife, M»ry, hold ' hands as they occupy adjoining beds in an Army hospital in Berlin. They suffered minor injuries when they were forced to parachute from a crippled transport plane over Berlin. (Phblo .by Al Cocking, Acme Staff Correspondent.) " WHIRLWIND COURTSIUI'—Lucy Emma Grace, R4, and Turner Chambers, 85, announced their engagement in Los Angeles afler a whirlwind courtship of only fcur wcc!:s. Chambers said he won her hand with !-.i: gc^d cooking. CUNfEKENCE IN HAVANA—Some of the delegates to the UN Havana Employment »nd Tr»oV Canfcrence m;ct to finish work on a charter for a proposed international trade organization, giinyltaneous intcrrjretaUon booths like those in background help to break down langu»t« b*rrier».

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