The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1948
Page 12
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VAGI TW1LY1 ' BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW! ' THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1948 ' |P.mi«D«, 9 n«Di,p.ayGl.v« COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD Ex **•**„* Yu 9 «.«xia Says A«>WPri»M-««« 1 Pi.e., NEWS IN PICTURES TitoWo u ldU«ln.V<*. Today ! Of.OVKfl—At fix convention of glove makers In Paris, Hies* wera two of the museum pi«e«* displayed. At leit, a young Hindu boy piKontt a pair ot royal falconer's gloves made I buffalo Wd«. On the right, Nicol Parent w?art a glove that belonged to a famous Ronaii- sanee woman, Catherine de Medici. Made of niedc, the glove is greeu in color. ' THRKK LlTTf.F, BEARS—Mama hear lakes her three liftle ones for a stroll around ilieir quarters at Chicago's Lincoln Park zoo. The brown grizzly cubs were born in January, but this ii one of. their first appearances outdoors. And Ihcy still hesitate to slrav too far from mama. CAME OUT ALL RIGHT—Miml Kit/gibbons, seven months old, looks with interact at a safely pin held by her mother, Mrs. Laverne Fitzgibbom of -Chicago. Doctors removed the pin from th« child's esophagus. The baby had swallowed the pin point down. BOTLM A BETTER MOUSETRAP—B. O. Burkitl of St. Louis, who h»t made » profession of trapping rodents, hai invented •what he calls » better mousetrap. The new gadget looks much lik£ the conventional trap, hut in place of food, the lure is •Burkitt says rodents must have water above all eLsa. I fe. AUH •Kche of There we CACHE-New York police look over part of a huge of arms dieopvered in a ftvc-slory loft in Manhattan *er« many machine guns, in the small ariienal, which poUc* b«li»ved wa» destined I or Palestioa., Whi'le )r jo JOB K" <;r0lSfiainCV '' M"?^ '° r lhe gr "' ould «"'»-<«'*P'»y«='« in^o"-at San Francisco's Sporls, Travel and Boat Show. Wh,Ic Jciry Kmney fishes old style from a boat in the casting tank, above her hovers the fisherman of tomorrow. Pilot Jay SflSJfflJM l!!LQl u I?L^J};i.".?!!«£&?- ?"."? .?!?« water to R^): put his lin«, then will fly to the watsr to net hi* wt«^.. S190,W»« FIRE—Part of • crowd of more tha« 2000 watch firemen battle a Chicago blaze destroying $1QO ; 000 worth of fuel ?ILj2*_ii^SJh. Z*o 5fl,00q-jallon storage tanks were destroyed. I. ATKST KROM I'ARIS — J.ise Bourdin, Paris nnxicl, wean silorft js she displays an fvfii'mg ijiwn and othcT I'nrisian finf-ry in PhilaiW. pl)ia. Miss Bourilin i« help- Ing to promoto ar. American moyia about Krencs. SAY SOMKTHING—Model Christine Clermano looks straight inlo the rye of that macaw perched on iier shoulder. Christine it visiting the Parrot Jungle, > hangout for local macaws in Miami. The blrclt »r« well trained and Quite friandly. IX KX-K1XG AND HIS FAMILY—Former King Peter of Yugoslavia' his wife, the former Prin- less Alexandria of Greece, and their two-ye«r-.old son, Alexander, are caught by th« phologra- >her upon Ihcir arrival in New York. The 24-year-old former monarch, who will work in be- valt of Yugoslav displaced persons while in the U. S., said he w»s positive that if an election eld u> VugosUyui UxUy H««h»)-Titg would ke everthrowi M Pru&iw. t: -,.',:-^'

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