The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1948 · Page 13
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 13

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 8, 1948
Page 13
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TUKSDAV, JUNK 8, 191S KLYTmOVIU.K, (ARK,) COURIKIt NKWS PAGE THIRTEEN ' Huge Davis Dom Nears Completion; COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD ltalian Fi| m Director Tomburella \ To Supply Wafer Power to California " NEV^S IN PICTURES Wins'Oscar'for Foreign Movie 10 PRODUCK KLKCTKIC1TY— Workmen at Davis Dam, Kiiifiman, Ai a.., set in place n wooden form lor the transition section of one of Die five 22-foot diameter pipes leading to the turbines of the power |>!;int. The form, weighing 23 tons, was lowered by crane from top of the trestle. Davis Dam will help produce hydro-electric energy for areas in Southern California and Arizona. MODKl, (IF ItllAl.ITV — Jean Falumnet assembles IMS rjldio-eiihlrollcd ant-rull carrier model, complete with liny planes (in flight deck. He won first pri^o in Ihe mode] boat contest al 1'aiis' Scraus Park. (Photo liy Acini; Stall Correspondent J. P. Caison.) l'N'S<:ill<:i)lll.V:n STOP—Tills, luwlly loaded truck came to nn unexpected-halt when ll» r» , wheel ciiislied tluoush lli« plnnklne that covers a suljwiiy. txc«viilion in New York, City> AN "OSCIAH" I'OR ITAMAN PUODUCJiR—U. S. Ambassador tn Italy James C. Dunn ton^i atulates Italian movie producer Paul Tamhnrella upon receiving the U.S. Academy of Motion Pictures' "Oscar" award in Home. Tamburella produced th» 1S1-17 fureign film. "TEN-SUU.\" — Prinn-Es Elizabeth inspects members or the Roy.i! \Vnrv.-ick5hire Rogininnl duriiif; her visit In Cnve.ntiy. The inspection look plsce in Memorial Park, Coventry \v;js hard hit by the Nazis during World War II. SKRIJARY MARSHALL SINGS—Secretary of State Georga C. Maisliall, guest of honor si a benefit to the American Overseas Aid-United Nations Appeal for Children in N'ew York, enthusiastically joins the other 20,000 persons in the audienca in ainging "I3aUie Hymn of the Republic." . .M'ST I.IKi: Tin: Hi:.M, Tllixr.—In * mock ceremony hi n Cleveland church, Ceo, K in<; Sunkoy, five, became Hie "bride" of Vaiu-e CVas^aV, six, Jleie tlrorjiinc walks to the nltar with her "father." Paul Mejilosky. fiRhl. Rut lilt la train hearer \ onny K;.arka, tv. u, fur no appaienl reason seems til he unhappy .••'•mil Hie v.l"-'- I' •••. COljNTRi ST^ I.K-Tiiis scene happened in the he.iri of New York City, A boys' club <[>on v.-ri « fair where pigs, sheep, ducks, chickens and rabbits were on display so that members ul (hi club could get to know the animaJs. TT.I, AVIV BLACKOUT—A Jewish laxi driver paints his licadliglils, during the battle for Tel A\;v .";•!'M the Ar,-;bs, in accordance with the order by the Jewish government that no cars may travel al night with lights in the coastal area. (Photo by Acme Stnft Correspondent David S. Buyer.) TRYING FOR ANOTHER—Eden Ahbcr, composer of the tun* "Nature Boy," plays scm.- of his 50 unpublished cWio«lioni • for singer Dick Haymes in Hollywood. The bearded -,Yo»i 'mystic hojies he hai another hit amo:ig hU

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