The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 19-17 BLYTHEVII^R (ARK.) COURIRIl NEWS PAGE rtvk German Prisoner of War Granted Permission to Wed English Girl Since War to His Summer Paiate COURIER NEWS PRESENTS NEWS IN PICTURES FIRST—Four German prisoners-of-war Jine (he cluu-ch en- Irrmce in Lowrs, England, as Willi Runkel, formci- German paratrooper anil his Knglish bi-iclc, Rosemary Vinall, leave after wedding. Tho groom received his release two'weeks before The couple, who waited.a year for permission to wed. have a one-inonth-old son, -David. TOO I,ATi:_Polico apply ,m inhnMo, in vain allcmpt to -nvo the life of J., ( l<i<> Lee Ci.mmI.-i K s, ll-ycur-old polio victi d.u luok K.m out ,„ » iowlo.,1 fo, a d.,y's fun m I^c.uc 1 1, Hay. Fne, ].., « UJ , ()VB ,U,r n «l. Uud w» S unuble.lo l.ve Ur SESTORETUKNHER K 6 UNABLE EDTOHERTOR SIIMi\li:it IIKSllMiNCK-From the balcony of hts'siimm-r'p'al-' ct.' in C:usU-l|;,.,.,l.,iri,, Italy, Pope | J ius 'blusi.is a crowd'of vil- 7n{jcrs. This is-the Pope's lliiril vijll since the war. Ha Will 're i-.-.;-.in for Ecvci-.il. wtclta bcfors rclurning to the Vatican. ; FUNEHAI, : 20 Jivos los Iiachic, Te tPPlIC^ MX 1 -* y^s^^fi^ 'mm^^m^^^-^^^^F^j^ ' "•" ; -"• -"• -<•••*>• - •• ••• '>••••'• '?.~»-.'.'.:s;;..:a' •ri'i'*?? vboT n'' 1 ..n^l C im.' :1)> ' 1S J"/ hC 1foret ' 1 '°" nd "' ""'s scene gives mtile testimony of the .Mien a tasohm. tiuck (rear) crashed into a truck load of people in \Vixi- , N.nc.een w o,e killed. The truck driver was burned to death in his clb IVHM'iCKKTS—Ernest Whittle's sign tells the whole story ns ii<> pickets in front of his daughter's home in Detroit, Mich -its papa who pays," claims Whittle. Daughter says sbe has paid his doctor bills and offered him a weekly sum. !^ * ^^^"^ f ° W ycnr>s " e " il was C o1< '- fisl1 swallowing; now the tcon-erazo is an "Atomic rCuil S . l " c ;' lo , Sp « 1 " ! -" '»• "Ti-'-lHilcnl Time." MiUi Weiss. 16, Shirley Williams, 17, and.Dolly cCullo.igli. 1C, try the slulf out in Cliiengo. These are "Monstrosities," cost about $1.00;-contain - x six large scoops of ice cream, two .bananas; weigh two pounds. ' . HOT, HHIIT-Your tongue would be hanging out loo if you had to wear a fur coat in the 100-plus Clucago heat-wave. Pelc the Polar bear would just as leave trade the whole Brookfield Zoo. where lie makes his home, for one, small iceberg. Kfl.ROY WAS HERK, TOO—While six-foot Dorothy Ford (left) and Jan Ford, a five-fooler, poso in nn-airplane to be exhibited at Southern California's Induslrial Expnsilion in Holly wood, "Kilroy" (loo-left) Irics for a beller look. USKD CAR-SlO.WM-Frank R. Franklin shines up the parking lamps on this 1919 Packard "lim- onsmc, bought by his dad for $500 in New Orleans, Bringing it home to Llano, Tex he estimates its value from $8,000.to $10,000. The car belonged to the Whitney family iml seivtd President Wilson on several'ocoaqiniw

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