The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 13, 1948
Page 6
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PACK SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COUBIER NEWS , THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1948 lU. S. Forces Arrest Red Leaders Along With 1100 Others In Japan COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLDwo—'.c«*c«p«f T NEWS IN PICTURES Soil1 F6rMotch * sln A BABY BUFFALO-Chums of the Golden Gate Park mama buffalo who produced this baby buffalo come calling only a few hours after the youngster's arrival. Mama, right, gives baby a Jov« lick while her friend nuzzles on the other sicb. The baby could almost pass for a Jersey calf, otlr.nnjh its body is a little shorter. CURTIS CUP GOLF TEAM—Chosen to represent the U. S. in the Curtis Cup matches against the British at Birkdalc, Eng., May 21-22, these member! pose for their picture before sailing from New York. Left to right arc: Polly Hiley, Ft. Worth, Tex.; Louise Suggs, Dorothy Kirby, both of Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs, Edwin H. Varc, Jr., of Merlon, Pa., team captain; Dorothy Kielty, Los Angeles, Calif,; Grace S. Lenczyk, Newinglon, Conn., and Mrs. Julius A: Page, Jr., Chapel Hill, N. C. I HAGANAH ARMORED CAR—Happy Haganah escort Iroopl lift the top of their armored car as they reach Jerusalem after accompanying a convoy from Tel-Aviv. (Photo by Acme Staff Correspondent Dayid S. Boyer.) SEEING h dren V children LEADERS OF KOBE RIOTS ARRESTED-Military polic. S/Sgt. Robert Moore, left, of New Albin, la., and Lt. Jack D. Van Noy, right, of Bartlcsvillc, Okla., lead Z. luni and his wifa from their home near Kobe, Japan. The lunis, both registered members of the Communist party, were arrested along with 1100 other persons. The'coinle \\-r.f chr-n?d with being leaders of the riots by Koreans in Kobe. THEIR FIRST CIRCUS-Famous clown Emmet Kelly shows a group of refugee children how to cat hot dogs. The young are ese t na vrnr n t C th tral '° n r nCl ** ,""** ™ ^^ GC " lng * eir first t2Sle «**">«"" fun at . circus in Lv York ?*. are staying at the reception center of the United Service for Now Americans, one of th. agencie. .upporled by 'the $250,000,000 nation-wide Jewish Appeal Campaign . ENGT.A.ND'3 USES FOR SEAWEED—Surprising things are made from Britain's common seaweed, hitherto regarded solely as a cheap, though uncertain, weather forecaster. Here a rer search worker at tr.e University of London holds seaweed in her !eft hand, and in her right, camouflage material woven from it. England also makes yarn, transparent paper for food packing, medicines, fabrics, ink, fertilizer, cosmetics, explosives, and even ice cream frnm seaweed. SPIKE RUMORS—All rumors of an Impending separation between Xayiet Cugat, rumba king, and his wife, Lorraine Allen, L *«n to be just that—rumors—according to this picture of lh« •ouoks ahown at a nteht club in New York, TRIM FOR TANNING— This is Hollywood's -latest play suit design for the best tanning results. The garment, with uplift features imd boned front, 1« fashioned of spun rayon and cotton with elastic bands across thci bick to provide comfort and m at action, TEEING OFF—Gary Middiecoff of Memphis gets off a long drive during the $10,000 Goodall round-robin lournanjcnl at the Wykagyl Country Club in New Rochelle, N. Y. The nation'* top pros competed for the coveted prize which Herman Barron of White Plains, N. Y., won in a rain-plagued, four-day MILK OF HUMAN KINDNESS—Although this bewildered baby bunny lost his nest, he landed in good hands. Here he findt friendly care at Chicago's Animal Shelter. In the absence of Ma PjiSi 1 . S? »U?ndant feed* IJtie rabbit mHk with an

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