The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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PACK SIX BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.)' COURIER NEW* SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1948 COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES N Rumors Tel! of Soviet Snooping Near Alaska ^ nly one highway {Alcan) enters Alaikoandunfyone img!e-lrack railroad (from wafd to Faiibon(.sJ«jo«s into the interior. Only two poili (SoworJ and WhilHci) arc r-round porK. All equip- ent artd muth food /nuit conic in b-e ica CM ui(. •liH An American pilot sighted a Russian submarine in KisVa harbor. TSe lub iped a*ar, Tukon volley. Air xtrecraftti$3olow v the Aimy villnof divuWflgutes.-' 'Jt ore tugi, palraUm j Ihc Mgrtam^j:,:* ^ © Joan Bennett's Daughter to Wed Jewish Food Convoy Breaks Arab Blockade Only two miles of rough water In the Bering Strait separates Russian territory (Gig Diomedel nntl Amegcan territory (Little Diomede). 'Here, where the Soviet Union and Ihe U S arc close neish- ?a r nn nrU T rS f* ^l" 8 circulille[I lhat Soviel " !a "« and subs arc roconnoilering along Alaska's 19,000 miles oi coastline. The Army has ordered reinforcements to Alaska but far short of tho "nuaiimura deiejis«" fores JKtnlly urged on Congress by Chief oi Stall Gen. Omar Bradley ^ortaKe c-ju-o lT f h hi fT*' f °° d U ' UCks arrlve safcly '" Jerusal <=™ * « S6 the critical foocT shortage raubcc by Arab blockade of "lifeline" road from Tel Aviv. This shipment fust to get) through in three weeks, was followed by a second convoy of more than 200 trucks. ' Switch Pitcher Big Boy Kansas' Top Kick Diana Bcnnelt Wanger, 20-year-old daughter of film star Joan Bennett, examines her marriage license with her fiance, John H! Anderson, in Hollywood. The adopted daughter of Walter Wanacr, Ooan Bennett's current huslxmd, Diana met Anderson six months — __ ago, He is 30, an airplane parts manufacturer. . . To Lead the Arabs into Battle .BUI fi from 210 world. , {ill 375 pnimcl.i .if Mm ,,= nn r' 1 p" ld i Sl bH K '' r ' m>S M( J ' rih ' around nimbly ami is amateur. but he Rets ko a piofosinual. j-. ( ;t w .'i v Ik i.! n t'no v farboxcr J. V. Sikes maps assignments in Kansas' spring football practice. Formerly an assistant of Georgia's Wally.Butts, the new- head couth succeeds George Saucr, the Miracle Man who moved to Navy. 1&-J•Regardless of how the well with his right or hand hitler and lcfl-h 5 ** ** -° rOm icth Thompson, who throws equally! this spring has yielded only five hits"in'18 Uming" ° lndsor ' N ' c -' High! • This Is an Electron at Work ^"ilr^Scnnite''^?"—-?'^ raIJh "'^ rep ™ duced *^~ ~- r , Arob Legion Marches to Bagpipes' Skirl ill Kins Abdullah of Trans-Jordnn, whose British-trained and equipped Arnb Lesion is the besl striking force in the Arab world v. ill lead Ihe 20.0<JO-man Legion into battle in Palesline himself' Jnc monarch has demanded Arab sovereignty in Palesline. (Photo" by KEA-Acrne start correspondent David S. Boycr.) Vendor Sells Water in Jerusalem Arabs Wait for Fuel Ration ^ i - -«spondcnl David S. Boyor.) "« tore. . ,., '^M --;/..•;•. •'.?„?! " ; /;/'M : ^^P?Si»i, i •- ..•.3j;^.waS8&fci. ^&&si.-^s&--.^ wnt^r ( i ' in conlro1 of watcr Pimping stations In Jerusalem ^^^"^^^^^^^^^K^ rrom . street vendor. (Photo by NKA-Acme start'correspondenc mvid s. Beyer.) The name O £ this little uuggig Is. appropriately, Incomparable Big Enough. A St. Bernard, the mighty canine dwarfs his plav- mala Michael Stearns. Incom. Parable Big Enough was entered "> the Los Angeles National Kennel Club Dog Show. Just Rehearsing These Arab women are waiting for their ration of kerosene, used as a cooking fuel in Jerusalem. The Jews have cut the road between Jerusalem and Haifa, making shipments o£ fuel almost impossible. Motorists freouently pay as much as S2.50 for a gallon of gasoline. (Photo by NEA-Acme staff correspondent David Boyer.j — Arline Judge, whose divorce from her fifth husband. Bob Topping, fieed him to many Lana Turner, is rehearsing for her sixth wedding. Here Miss Judge and her flanc», George Ross Jr., an Insurance executive, practice Ihe threshold- camina ceremony in New Vort.

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