The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 10, 1948
Page 6
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ULYTHEVILLE (A,RK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 10, 1941 COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Here Is Arab Line-Up for Palestine Invasion |" T T^ L *v He's Lost and Found He's Too Old for His Job Bol; Land. expiration of Ite British mandf-lo over Palestine id mld-nlghl. May 14, are close Lo 40.000 Arab troops, poised for Invasion o( th« Typical component* and numbers of. these forces are shownsbove. High-Low Polar Bear Cubs Greet Civilization ^y^^^^^ I irV *>* ' ^^"-OJ^^i^Av .^HMk Robert-Lis, l&ft, 16-year-old leading soprano with Chicago's Paulist Choristers is retiring because of "old age." Old for a boy soprano, that is. Lis' successor. Robert Prince, right, 12, will take over the Jcad soprano parts. He's been understudying Lis lor two years.' Veterans Fix Shoes for Europe Charles Booher. 13, »nd his family moved to Washington. D. O, from Baltimore. Md. Two days later, they went to a movie, and Charles was separated from his folks. He didn't know where h« lived, so Sgt L. O. Morrow gave him shelter in the guard room of the Senat* Office Building unli! he and hi» parent! found eacb other aaain. Dodging Bullets to Get Pictures Light House David S. Boyer, left, NEA-Aeme staff correspondent in Palestine, talks with Abu Seiff, an officer in the Arab Liberation Army ia Jerusalem. Boyer's camera has recorded some of the best photographs of the fighting to come out of Palestine. Politics Goes to Their Heads Ja tb* neckline plunges the bslrUo* riles In this ensemble ol new *tyl« np«"ept hair-do «nd low-twcpt neckline. Both are modeled by Blanche Ames at Hollywood ityle ahow. All utilities are paid for by the landlord of this one-room apartment In Milwaukee, VVis. The now tenant, a robin, gels light and heat from a -25-watt bulb. It's a broken street light. .» Ex~GI's in a Philadelphia, Pa., school have repaired more than 300 pairs of shoes for shipment to Europe's needy persons. Ruth Van ; Aukcn. a representative of the American Friends Service Commit{, tee, checks the tally with Elliot Stewart, one of the students. a With a look of natural bewilderment, Ihcsc two Alaskan polar bear cubs take their first peck at "civilization." The gift of Willibnld Hoffman to the Milwaukee, Wis., Washington Park zoo, they ve just arrived from the Arctic. Hoflman is shown welcoming the pair.l Brimming Over Mode! Mom Tornado Scatters Groceries Just for laughs, Hollywood, Calif., hair stylists showed these political hair-dos at the Hollywood Hair Stylists Show, Theresa Keough, left, and Phyllis Scott model Democratic and GOP coiffures. Biggest-Hydroplane Hits 58 MPH ft ft •***, left «UJ L. «. Blaylock salvage a few marl*, from their McKliiney, Texas, store, .tor . oVMe'mph.s. Tenn.. ,v«s '• lot ot brim on her trnmHit b«d eatnptottly destroyed the building. The tornado struck suddenly and damaged the community to ^ ' Jamce who „ « Mjss vacation of 1!)48." helped open !h« •^ KMBt «< tta*» iniUion dJttars. Only three persons lost their lives la the disaster. t.NEA Telepiioto.) liuernalionai Travel and Vocation Show in Kcw Vnrk "V, -s Travel ot 1948," otherwise Louise Vemer, right, of CtiiYside Park, Mrs. Thomas Moran, a 26-year- old Cleveland, O., beauty. Is the mother ol six children. But she's headed lor a top career In modeling, because John 1 OWCrs. k>«.w York model impresario, liuernalionai Travel ana vocanon onmv in i\cw IUIK >•• -= , ^ Travel ot 1948," otherwise Louise Vemer, right, of CtiiYside Park, , picture and sent tor her- ~'»e i M. 1, Iwid* MI t4ded decorative touob- • ---- taking taking tb* eruldr«a. toa..__ The "Are en Ciel." the world's biggest hydroplane, rocks on the Seine Rivtr after Us arrival in Paris The boat, which can carry 22 passengers and a Iwo-m.-in crew wa; built In Brazil by A A. Cmmnet. It can allam speeds of SS miles per hour with ils airplane «nju-,«. (Photo by NCA-Acmt stifl correspondent Ren* Henry.) I

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