The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 21, 1948 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Saturday, February 21, 1948
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r PACK «c p« 0 <.. , n G.OSCO, s , reel , _BI.TTnEVILI.B (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, FKniU'ARY 21, I 9i8 COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD.™, ^ Exercise Food Ship From U. S. NEWS IN PICTURES soo P o rofroops Perform ln Show TAIvl.NC NO CHANCES — Although she was chosen Miss Leap Year by Massachusetts' Berkshire Hills Schcio! students, ios;uio Kal- oiue of Venezuela arms herself wjth plenty ol equipment. Al PKf.CIATlVK SCOTS-A Glasgow, -Scotland, pipe hand leads trucks carrying; fust of $1,250 IHIfj worth of foodstuff arm-ing f.'om Hoston on the "Yankee Friend Ship" SS F.ucarfia. As their contribution to the cause, dock workers unloaded the ship without pnv. FOR niL MAIt) OF OOTTON-Cuslavo I. Tolson, president of the New York Cotton Exchange, prescnls » bouquet of ro«es to 38-year-old Matilda Nail of Fl. Worlh, Tex., 1!!48 Maid of Cotton. Matilda is on . tour of 40 cities including Paris and London COMFY-Modcrn puss-in-bnots is Turty. permanent boarder inA an airline baggage room at New York's La Guardia Field. This™ Ely feline solves the cold weather problem by crawling into a fur-lined boot of one of the employes. CHICAGO'S VALKNTINE-ThirUTn-ye.r-old Evelyn Valcmina •igni some of the 400 valenUnc, she is sending Ihi.s vear A rheumahe ever invalid for nine years, Jh c went ,o Floridn la.t thei,« i , eC ° me C1 ' iPPlMl iP h ° th ' r(;S - H:ivi "« «™VfM-d the use of on« leg and back in Chicago. Kvelvn has already began to receiv. some of the many valentines she receives h.YI-.KCl-Sh SXOHDKOI'"—ncsiRiK-d to test men and equipment in combined airborne and ov, r-.now onei-itions ll-n -\nnv t.xcrc.se Snowdrop" at Pnre Camp, N. Y. Some S',1) paratrooper of the 505th Airborne Battaiinn ,» a d e ' "±t nmV -I .no« ,n U. S. Army history ,n upper photo is shown troopers souing up camp after landing. ,„ lower photo a para r™,'; p- llfllln Kfll n^nne Virvnitif HM« «f<«_ ,::-..-. . : . .. i -n r • > - . . _ <iiEcing in on hil1 wllich was nlain objective. UP TO IIHR HIPS (N BOOTS-Each New York City snowfall dumps a heavy load on (be shoulders ,,f hat check girla Here Alary O'lioui ke, of one of the bigger ni,:hl clubs, surveys a pile of boots and overshoes checked during a show. rt'-r, •-..'.... >:•%•' : '• '•-:7''V*' •'*?•:•'- '^j^ff^--^ >^,'*;-SJM^. hTS-^^^jr^ K;^I m V" ^ ^ - -*- ^r^:;^^.^" i-r-r ^'''----"std,;; 1 :;;,:"^;;;;;;; ,^;: KiL- tu tr.e Sh» was J Mt years winner!'

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