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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 7, 1948
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7,1918 Pro Golfers Get Ready For 1948; BJ.YTHEV1M.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGB SEVEN Bobby Locke Returns to U. S. COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD w., L . P ,., Rom . Bee Eight Yeors , NEWS IN PICTURES u s R. unionEnd , lnMorriage MARGARET MEETS THE PRESS_M.r e arct Trumnn, whose singini h» been boll, panned and PL-used, tells a press conference in Washington f.iat Hie critics have taught her a lot Miss Tiurmn concluded her lour with a holiday appearance in the Capital. The Present atlcndcd, hearinfi his daughter from the concert singe (or the first time. Chetler w - - "" of Nnvnl Operations, demonstrates his l,iibv sitline technique with his 17-moMlhs-pUI gr.n.ulson, Jn.ncs T. i. av J r In San Dicrjo, Calif. to b« told at unction, • ' A' FAIR IN TOKYO—A Japanese huckster displays pots and pans *t the Boro-ichi, or "Junk Fair," which dates back to the Hojo dynasty of more than 450 years ago."Originally the event was held so people could exchange housrhokl articles Ihey no longer wanted. Now the items are sold. attempted | nm f,, r „ nnr . wnv ri(il , THAT MAN ACJA1N—IJob- l>y Locke, South African golf champion who set the American professionals back on their heels lust year, looks confident that lie will do it again aj lie arrives in New York, loaded with clubs. UNO O" TJFK l.i::i:—Two persons were killed snd 15 olher.i were injured in a head-on collision of two high-speed trolleys near Media, Pa. According to police, the motorn-an of one of the ears Apparently bccr.iv.e ill nnd siunipc;! over the controls, permitting the car to run through a switch. ICE GOINr.—Fred Trcnkley, skating clown who falls for fun, Sivoi cliorus gills a slarl as they rehcjrse for their nations! tour In ChicnKo. Mnkinfi the catch, are, left to right, Jitn« "taller of Long Beach, Calif., K;iy llusser of Chicago and P»lsy 1'ricc, Los Angeles, ' for victcd_of dratl cs^on. AbsJ. ol thojo purdoncd wcr. conscientious objectors. HER ROMANCE LAPSED EIGHT YEARS—Fanny Hochman- ova, 25, whose conccnlration camp tattoo marks are visible on her arm, poses for photographers upon her arrival in New Yorfc. She Is to marry Raymond Brown, 32, of Philadelphia. Thi couple met in 193-1 but the \vm- interrupted their romance. Mlsj Hochiiunov* ip_cnt roairy of those years in the AujschwiU c»mfc

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