The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAG* BIA'THKVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 1948 COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES War's Sacrilege Action on Lireiine Highway Beauty Hostess Cagey Journalism %?' i~. . --.. Tiie Tel Aviv-Jerusalem hlfihway is vital to Israelis, battling to keep the Arabs from capturing all of Jerusalem. Haganah troops dash through the deserted streets of an Arab village near Ramlch, on the highway, which they just attacked. (Radiophoto by NLA- Ac'ine staff correspondent David S. Boyer.) With a bide Uish ot Psychiatry .-white against » Livid sky, th* ruins ot SL Georges Greek Urlhmlux Church rn Jerusalem t ttx destruction wrought on sacred monuments by lire Jewish-Arab war. Comrade Gromyko Does Himself Well—In the U. S. A". When you order spaghetti at Phil Guarino's Italian restaurant in Washington, D. C., you're liable to be psychoanalyzed on the side. Guariuo, 41-year-old ex-psychology professor, opened Uic restaurant when he needed money, but still hopes to re-enter the teaching field. Customers unwittingly act as clinical material for a psychological study hi>. is making. Hey, Doggie, TILT! Drlicial hostess (or the beauties seeking the title of "Miss America, 19'1B" at Atlantic City, N. J, ti September will be 18-ycar- jld Wanda Sullivan, just elected Miss Atlantic City. A high school senior, she won a scholarship !or her beauty and will enter liucknell University this fall.. Paces Deportatior Frank Florsek (background), head keeper ot St. Louis' Forest Park Zoo ope house, thought he had seen everything until he came across Paui Dix, local reporter, clinging to a cage as he interviewed Rusty, 2-year-old orangutan. Kcrfheritie's Back Andrei A. Gromyko, Russia's deputy foreign minister, and his family will occupy this 25-roorn maniion on the Richard Reynolds, Sr., estate 'at Glen Cove. N. Y., for the summer. Situated on Long Island'l iwanky "Gold Coast," the house stands amid five acres of grounds which include a private bafebmg be«c4i on Long Island Sound. Relieved as chief Soviet delegate to the 13N, Gromyko will return to Russia next falL i, Omnibus, Sweet Omnibus Here's a pooch wHo likes to chase the marbles in the piriball machines. "Little Willie"—who is a "she," incidentally-—dashes I about atler the bouncing balls shot by her master, E. J. Christian-, * sen of Houston, Tex. Jacob A. Stachel, director of education of the American Communist Party and fourth-ranking U.S. Red, faces deportation on charges of illegal entry and joining a subversive organization. He is a native of Galicia now part of the Soviet Union. Katherine Rawls executes a graceful dive rnlo a Miami Beach pool, where the versatile veteran is training for the trials which she hopes will take her to the Olympic Games in London this summer. The Ft. Laudcrdale star, holder of many swimming and diving championships, will compete only in diving. She was a xnember of the U.S. women's swimming team in the Games in Berlin in 1936. When Potentates Get Togethei Royo] l nstructor it's Expensive—But Is It Art? Three obsolete buses of the St. Louis, Mo.. Public Service t'nmpitny. uvo of which arc shown, arc now home to 10 people. Mr. and Mrs. William Chruiey, nun thnr four children, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Yates, and their two children, all live in the crowded quarters. Dinner On the Fly Mechanize tossed Emmctt Roberts at the second jump of a Bclmonl Park steeplechase and continued on hie »«rry way, munching shrubbery from the hurdle. The jockey wound up in a hospital with » jponibto fractured skull. At the fifth jump, Frank Dooley Adams parted company with Tourist Index l»nd w«« taken to a hospital with a postiblc- concussion. William M..llison frll oft Ethels Joe when the riderless Mechanize h.l his mount eotnn over the fiflli d nn\ tmi w as nnm,.»-.-,,i Galloway Calhoun, Shriner from Karen Temple, Tyler, Tex., admires the jewel worn by Imperial Potentate Karl Rex Hammers, of Syria Temple, Pillshurph, Pa. Calhoun, former deputy imperial potentate, succeeds Hammers as head Shriner official. Mrs. Taniaki Ucmura, above, an ordained Presbyterian minister and president of the Japanese YWCA, says that she expects the family of tmperor Hirohito of Japan to embrace Christianity loon. She lias been instructing Empress Magako and her three Saughters for some time. The Kmperor and Crown Prince Aki- fcito do not attend the classes. Paul B. Mueller, right, «how» his lawyer, Harold Gordon, «n oil painting he «ay> he was forced to buy for »JOO In ord«r to mot «n apartment in Evanston, 111. Now he's ruing landlord Willis Weaver (or lh« difference between Ihe purchase price and th« »5 y«lu« placed on the painting b/ an art «xp«rt

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