The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 11, 1948
Page 7
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FRIDAY, JUNT 11, J!M (ARK.)' COURfER NEWS 1XVBM Resp,en«W Horse Guards P o ra de COURI ER NEWS PRESENTS WORLDMb*. Schoo, Compus ,. T «. A, lnRehe °" olforKins ' sBirthday NEWS IN PICTURES c hi n. se p rotestl ,, Aidt<)Japari :/V ^ A II F.ALT II Y SVU.Vn-Movie songslrpfs Jane Powell didn't limit the christening cf this p lane in Cmcago to just the aircraft. Almost everyone iu the p a ,ty Rot a chnmp^n* hath Ihe ceremony marked first Trans-Canada flight to Canada and Great Britain. The other ' ^ith the bouquet is JaneV mother, lady cnu:r KABBI FOR imrrisH KMI'IHK-D,. isrsei HI r. led, seated, senior Jewish Chaplain to (he Bi-iljili srmnl forces was unanimously elected Chief Rabbi nl (lie British F.n\p\ir hy delegates of Hebrew congreRations. He is shown here conlinu- ing his instruction to servicemen at a London synagogue. CHICAGO SCENE-For the 10th consecutive sras on, Pollv. a Zfl-year-old parrot, and her owner. Dora Kane, 76, make their first be.ated spnngtime appearance in Clucapo's Lincoln Park. The Ps ,r ,s a familiar sighl as they sun tlicniselves 0]1 a bem ., Here he bnefs ™i» of the New Yorker, h. hired for Uis Chicago sl.ow. s, U.S. hid to . mid Ullti-.l LI OUIIl'tiM fl.l>]iM \ -^* "l>,' I.Kfi I.OVKl,V_J llr ,' e Wy-. man, above, accoi ilin K |,, , ' roccnl conlcM l>y the Hosiery Mannfacluicrj Ass.n-ialion, has "the loveliest legs j rl Hollj-wood." HriE Die prcsi- rirnt oj Hip association docs the measuring, which lurnrd out to be: snklc. g'.j, jtiches; calf, 1214 , n( | thigh Id 1 !,! Runnets-np in the conies! Included Marie Wilson, Virginia Mayo, Gluiia Graham* • nil Jane Mussel!. rOKCICI) OIT TIIK KO,\D-lV,i. ..Mo.ncl.lle •duck » bridg. " "• lllrl1 »!>l>i'":nr!y lf.,p«l K t:;l throupi, Ihe air hefor* I! hnnlcd it. tins fashion („ B ,; ;,. KI , U , j,, Nm||| „,,,„, ( ,, 0 T|lf •luvi-r uci-ived iniiivi tu(«. Vvt til:' wife V.M iwioiuly Injured. * S ~ A Aviv no h K 1,-onl f h ho<1 ", hM '•cm of h,s es.ahhshmcnt s ' "" P'»Pri«lor of this Tel r buiid an „!,-„.« shr-Urr in o that persons will not flee when slert signal is sounded, h A London. Ai"i, It. IfOKAKY SOX_M !S j. B . Cook . riKh|i „,„ „„ da Mw Belly, greet in San Kranci,, o » new member of their familv, l«-.vea,-.old /cp Kin K [H,, ,,| Shan s li»i. The youth, lemoorarily «dopl*d by the Memphis fam ,ly, will receive an American col- lese education, then return to his father in China, who offered nis son »s a i epliu-pjurnt for the son the Conks lost In Ihe war • The boy's father was the Cooks' guide while traveling in Chini.'

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