The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 3, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 3, 1948
Page 5
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SATURDAY, JTTLY 8. 19 '. *T/mrEVTM,K (ARK.)' COURIER XTWS COURIERNEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Refugees Safely Cross No-Man's-Land Burning Issue Arab refngeei, being transferred from > village where food and housing could not be provided to . sajer location during the E'n«« T'rt T^T ChCCk6d lh '°" si ' a 8ale b - v international Red L.O.SS and Israel Army representatives. More than 1500 such refugees were moved from the Haifa area to the Arab lines. (Photo £>}' istA-Acme staff. carrcEpondeiil David S. Boyer.) Papa Takes a Spin The New Jersey Heads for Mothballs Police Raid Berlin's Money Changer fire Prevention Week in Tokyo is serious business, since ftr« List year destroyed buildings ninounfing to 40 per cent of alt. new construction. But a spark or humor was added to the campaign when the translation of this warning from (he Japanese can-" out: "Keep Your Horn*! Burning." 1 u«* haul | ie ll.SS New Jcrwy. powerful .|S,0(H)-ton battleship under the Manhnllan Bridge in New York Til* Now JerVev' hl'decomm"'^'!,"' 1 ' 1 """''' "'"""' "'" C "luil'im'nl. L n ,H,*r way to Sh« will join the N;.vj , ,„• , M\kVl''ai!,rbe V hcW' U |n'' 1 res«tvi New Olympic iWilliam FGirard, former world log birling champion, takes a ducking as his son Lnivr-ll evMhii. expert snubbing skill at Wisconsin Dells. Wis. Cirard and his three sons~»r Clads'lon" Mich c a ! lenged all-comers (or the Wisconsin state title. ".".n.. cn.ur Dutch Eye Treat! A $100,000 Job The U. S. Olympic s^u.-irt v. 29-Angujl H. wilh hiils of complele v\ith cjnblom ;n pants and skills, h's .sdl.l xwralrrs. Tho men ha\-e ji tttiry cul ^>f lh»* (Uiublc-bi r;i . Kirls hHve to be content 11 be strictly c<.li<'i;i"l>: in Ixjiulnn. July cillc.ii |><>])lm. iiiivy blue Mnnnrl blazorV 1 Olympic hut I niis, plus «i ay flannel i-d, while ami bint- he's and sleovdc.n.s r-w i""k compared w,i|, Hie sliarn niili- '•d ;a>-kol= wnm in fi^ilin in IMfi. Th« \ ith a skill <.>[ scrm-iR"ji- look lenclh. . V/here Soviets Block Allies From A pretty girl Strikes * pretty pose on x beach—it's th« ««m» all over the world. This pretty Rirl is Mary Van Den Velde, snrl she's wearing the Dtitchi, version of Ihe brief bathing suit. Mary is cavorting on the beach. •t Scheveningen, Hollwtd'c At* lanlic City.. Bfitish slopfieiglil from 6iiT- iih zone lo Russian, culling off 250.000 Ions of coo 30.000 tons o per man Al[itsha»« 15,000 <i 2.000 com troops in ttrh« 4000 arc Amcri com letlm'i 12.000 Allied CZECHOSLOVAKIA Grrimm police, <!irc.cli'<l by AuK'iicmi tioops, in Jeep, roar, raid « liliu-k tiiiirki-l in Ik'ilin which wns Iriuliiii; nowly-issucd western money fin the r.Teiill.v-nnlhiweu' m-ichsmsirks. Kxc-lxiiige rsl« v ;u Mud In ho imc now innik tor IS ,,!,! HpioliMiiarks or 25 llussimi- Uslicd murks. U't'i'lo by NKA-.Vme MlK correspond.!!! A' Hitler's Auto Now Just a Used Car Christopher «. ,7;m u*, m«mi|;liiK tllrcL-lor <>f > ChluaKo Importing firm, wnilcil two years f.jr u new car, without uny luck. Finally.' ter . be Hitlers L'listom-uiiiH, .iniiile MoiTi-tk.s-llen/, in which the Fuehrer rode In uurudoi. It's shown Iji-inu imloudeil in New York. m, wnici wo years .jr u new car, without uny luck. Finall he acceploil n cm- from Sweden In payment for a shipment alte Sweden dumped down nn exporting dollars. It turned out to b ' 'Language Barrier Rises in Palestine UN guards William Drntc, left, of New York, and Antonio Dei Grosso, of M.issiidinsetls, try to overcome lani;ita(<e barriers as Ihf.v give insliiiclions In Ai.ih ivfuijoi-s on the Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway. (I'lioto by i\]-:.\-Acinu .si;iir cuiicspondcut E. F. Hani) Children Are Always Friends Map above shows how Russians, by setting ,ip blockades at Marienborn and Masdeburg. block western Allies from scndinn food »nrt --pl»«i to 2,000.000 Gernwix in Berlin regularly led by th* U *. At a babj beauty contest in New York, held to benefit the American Overseas Aid-United Nations Appeal for Children, youngsters of many nations demonstrated how lo make international friend— •hip work. Jank-e Henderson of, Norway escort* Maureen Ciojr, i »(t, »nd PriscilU Eng, 3ll 2-y«ar-olds, to the coolest -••

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