The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1948 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, June 11, 1948
Page 9
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FRIDAY, JTJKE II, I Resplendent Horse Guards Parade COURI ERN E\VS PRESENTS A IlhAi/lin SWING-^ovie jonssircFs Jane Powell didn't limit the christenin E of this new plane Hi Cmcaso to just the aircraft. Almost everyone m the H ot a champagne bath too Ihe ceremony marked first Trans-Canada flifiht to Canada and Great Britain. The other'lady witli the bouquet is J;me'^ mother. CHIEF RABBI FOR BRITISH KMI'IKK-Dr. Is, a, 1 Krndio. ) r f t Denied, senior Jewish Chaplain to the Briljsh armed forces was unanimously elected Chief Habhi of the lii-ili*!, Kmpii'r hy tielcgales of Hebrew congregations. He is shown here com urn- ing his instruction to servicemen at a Londun synagogue. 1'KOTKST t'. S. All) Kl, John's IhiivriMlv aga • ™™-i' >«MOTn«KM!3:7.Ktf 01N >l«t«! "VanKxXM^HMllHilV '",,'• Ar ''.''. li ;'"", t '" mvl ' r ' " 1S •' il ' 1 ( " Sl.mnhBi. Tlu* imM^t'n'rKVMllo. U. h. Hid to Jill,,,,,. »,,J ullclhlll to l.-vivu Ullli-.lunii,,.... f.,,.|im,. UUCAGO SCEXE-For Ihe'lOlh consecutive , MM n. Pollv. a M-vcar-od parrot, and her owner. Dora Kane, 76. make .h,,r fim belated spr,n c t,me appearance in Chica R o' S Lincoln Park. Ihe pa,r ,s a sight as they sun themselves on a bench. '^*K"^3%y?: 1 5 i; %f5 t >V?iJ^r ~ . ^^^^iMfe^ of the New Yorkers h. hired for his Chic.« jh uw . >.l-:Ci LOVKLV-Jane Wyman, abo\-e. ai-cnrilijig to a recent by Ihe llo.sir, y Alannfaclurerj Association, Hollywood." Here the president of the association docs tho measuring, which turned out to be: ankle, S'j inches; "If, 1214 and thigh l!)i^' Biiiinerj-np in the conlosl Included Maiie Wilson, Virginia Mayo, (lioiia Ciral,ii,i,« • nd Jane Jiuicell K) ICKU OIT TIIK KC.AD-'^ir ...tomobll. .truck a bridg. • tlic " "!' .lM in ll,,s f i( >l,ion in e 1i ; liv'civvJ [lilnui cut«, byl the air before 111 Bend. Ore Tin i si.-iiously Injured. is sounded. GiM.ds ,< duvpl^cd at die , ,,l,r a .,1 f tr ,,,e T c« pmg of Ihe Color Narriol l»kes the salute as the Hone Una,,Is parad. in Whiteh»ll, London. 18- .d his . IPOHARY SON-Mr,. J^ B . Cook. ri s hl. and her daughter t.y, greet tn Sai, V, „„,;.,„ » , unv ,, u . mber of t , lci . fami] -year-old /ee Kingi.-,,, of S!,a,u;h H i. Tlie youlh, temporarily opled hy the Memphis family, will receive.*,, American col- e education, then reluin lo his father in China, who offered son as « reul^ciiK-nt for II, e .son the Cooks lost in the war • boys father was the Cooks' guide while traveling in China,

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