The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1947 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Friday, January 10, 1947
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% < rPAGB TWELVE KKILMY, JANUAHV 10, I'.MV (AUK.) COURIER NEWS French Underground Leader Is Awarded British DSO In U. S. COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD ***#«****>> IN PICTURES Rher Forces Fai<mers To Evacuate li;ty a. c cjuyhl on fleer by photographer cluv fi;g benefit ball h?3d in Ne Ytuk City for disabled vci . tr«i-.-. The Duke iind DuJi csjs. l;;.\e made mjuy iiubli ; eppcui'ances since: their ar rival in U. S. NIGHTCLUUHING —Screen slur Joan Crawford and hc-t escort Gre^; Baulzcr watch a floor show in a New York liight cluit from a ringside table. Sco" ' Aether frequently, the Hollywood couple's names a 1 'd by runiantlc nutiors. 'FRENCH. UNDEUCiKOUND I.KADKf: AM) KASHI.Y—Capt. Ernest Fiederitk Fluege, orKJinizcr of the Maquis, French imdcrijroiiiul resistance yioup duiinj; the w;ir, arrives in New York'willi his family. Floeije will receive the DSO from Lord Invcichnpel, British Ambassador to thu U. h>. I ^COLLEGE HARVLST QUEEN—Beverly McClellan, Michigan 'SUte College sophomore, embraces a huge scarecrow en-ctcd by «griLUHuial sliidtnti;. 'file pretty brimclle was chi.scn t \ —_ k . Jlaivcst Qijccn over several contestants. Nt:\V TlTLE-Marlli poses in (ull-lc»gth after being chosen siery manufacturers with most beautiful America." Marlha 1'i'iUly workinfi on a Haye picture by ho- ns "star legs in is cur- set oC ! RIVER STAY AWAY —The Vccnot) Kcycs family, marooned by Uie rampaging Snoeiualmie Hivcr, ; near Seattle, Wash , waves from the porch of their home. Isolated farmers throughout the lower Snoqualmic valley were warned lo evacuate their families and livestock from endangered area. divolf . S * VED -^ U!S< ; I'l'ysic.ians at Adelphi llospilal, Brooklyn, N. Y., drain the btoocl from .-, daj-old baby s ankle while new blood is injected in its wrist. The infant, son of Mrs. Helen Donnelly, was suffering from crythroblaslosis. CHILEANS VISIT U.S. CAHKIEK-Thonsnnds of Chileans look advance of the opporUmily to , visil a modern U. S. Navy aircraft carrier when the USS Ley to put into Valparaiso Harbor Here 1 "wlivcsoj the southeiji country stroll on the topside of the mammoth ship. SUGIITLY OVEKCRO\VI)EO When Jojm Hickcy's landlady found lhat he iind liis live dau«hlcrs were living in one room, she ordered them out. H'ji-c the six homeless ones lulk with schoolteacher Kalhorinc Crjiin who provided temporary liomc. • ', Sl'AKED—.S.'outniasler Curl O. Halverslatll pals seout troop's mascot afljr they were spared a lonely night on Ml. Wilson's icy sloped in California. The scoiitiiuulcr and the dot! turned back I-oin hike while 20 scon Is and four scoutmasters continued en to be stranded. , lJ.NIMl'Ki:SSi:!>— ,\j,|.,., X... bsiu.-, Michinl i.nci , ,,tly not uxfil. d a'u. ul tin 'ir iin|'Ciu'iin« flight, the niue-monlh-olcr I'tier, wait at l.adi.a.lia I'irld .f,c.t; ^l,im-'.< l;.l,o-ujl' to lli.u iV ,)aiii-ii "vOS A I.rrrU' IlVTCri r.IKI,"—Tn Holland Kalher Chriili.ias goes his rounds several \vocks before Christmas. Hoi-e, attended by his two "iilr.c;; 1'oliir.i" (black-faced Ruards) he prcscnis Ynldiil,- PI-.../-HI'- 1n :i ;-m.ill I>uldi 'rhil.l.

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