The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Friday, July 2, 1948
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FK1T)AT, si,mrevti,Mt (AREMT, raws Mid-Air Plone Wrecks Continue; Detroit's Is In Downtown Area COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLDr.,^,,. ., wii*. NEWS IN PICTURES lnct **•-«"-" *« An -y PLANE COLLISION—Firemen examine 'he wreckage of one of Iwo Navy planes which collided In mid-Mr, crnstiing town Detroit, Mich/ One plane smashed inlo a home, setting it afire, along uiili huiise;; on eiOu'r side. The other pis into a machine shop a block away. The two fliers were killed and l!ir?c other persons Injmfd. into down- n< clashed FA KM linn Toiry Moore tomes urult-r llic tu'iiding of 'Tiinn improve mi-ills." Sli(-'i ApfMiding a day on Uic f. : in HJler f busy we..-k M ut-r Hollywood movie iet, , CITV OF I.UIHT—Living up• one* rnor* lo ltd r*pulnllon as "The City of Unlit" Rtl«c )'*»« *< bhii'l;i>Lits, I'itiijs .gl'iw* in post-war biillium-e fur the "Cfi'.iiutc <.JuijL/;iin^" fcalivnl, }'uui)Uiii^ llttUiei, iiiuintin*nla,,»iKl buildiu^i t*!c ull UUmimiilL'd hcii. BICYCLE HVII.T FOR TWO —Ray Slarpy. 1S. Palo Alto, Ca!., nru-shiiy, siiinals 10 his 10-ypar-ohi il.ig, Mickey, and they're oft «n Ray's four-mile joiilp. Mirkey used lo run alongside hli master, hrlpine him deTver papers, but when lie got too old foi «uch i long lick, Ray taught him to rin> ilong in baclt. "I.EST WK FOI«:i-:T"—Townspeople at Will?, rslnlilishfit tliii perniniT'iit war mcitujiinl in hunor cf (.Jen. I'atton's Third Army which libcrntrd the vnr-lurn city iii l,iix<'inbolirK. One (if Patton s tanks is |)!:ii'rd on « ronoTH: base i" tlie. Sqliart of M«r- l.\ h rs, and Uie Slais and SltmcF is staffed ibovt. WII.B riTCII—Slk-kliiR In Ms «imi, or In tlilj ««s«, liW b.t, IJodgen' I'ce Wee UI-CM- .India's a wild bull thrown by Bid Cliesne, l'illjliuri;ti ]>ik-|ii'r. HIT.-L- liunK onto Ihc bat mul used it to Hood >ilvai>l»jic btliilu the end ol tli! £..M)« in New Yurlfc A BOV A\l> HIS BUDDIES—Bpcnii.se n[ an acriciont in wliich he lost a Jcg a feu yparj aRO, Ronnld HciiFon, 15. was unal>!e In go to Boy Scout cnrnp this summer. When hi? pals in Bc=lon iound out, they got to.enthcr ^r\d bLiiH him one right in hi» own back yatd NEW RF.D PRESIDENT—Klement Golhvald, cen'er, ,11-year-old Conimunist, inspects guards out- tide Hrocany Caslle in Prague following hit rocont fleclion and installation as President of Czechoslovakia. Tirsl Communist to hold the post, he succeeds Eduard Benes who resigned th« kigh-tensicr. pojl. Looki' lik« he'» jot ouitt » "cabinet" there to heln him nlono in hii new iob- I- ANYBODI CAM, A CABt— Tint Chicago cab and its driver got buried under » shower ef-|»r- bag« wh»n (h«y collided with Iht truck. The driver of the cab was injured snd kiMntu »pi«yt4 kht 4ebri« W Ktli* vurt \htit wouldn't be any danger of Ar^. DELICATE I1T15ATION—The jltualion smelii, declare* Allen Glisch, «bov«, ot tin Chicago Animal Welfare League. Thit * ttie lecond liinr within j week that he'i been called—hurriedly >-l« U\« **«)<• Chicago home vrheve tbt occupauW ... . baby ikui\U >*

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