The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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•SATUUDAY. JANUARY 25, 1947 •LTTHJEVILLJE (ARKJ! COURIER RE* 4 Peiping College Student, Prote,t COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD United States Nation Against U. S. Marines in China ^g^j |^ P|CTURES Re ' Umed ™ ^^Yugoslavia IKI A LONG WAV TO GO—Jennifer Lynn Bown, scven-wceks-old, born will) two teeth, still has many years ahead before she will have a sot of molars like her smiling mother. Mrs. Betty Bown holds the happy youngster in their home in Chicago. | "GOLDEN MAN" — Ernest j Ayrhart, Mayor of Cainp- bellfor, Ont., Can., and gold prospector who made a 52,000,000 strike early in 194Q, arrives in New York for his first visit to the big j city. 'Ayrhnrt was en route ! to Florida. A 1,1, SAFE IN S3IASH-U1'—This cab of truck-trailer, bound from New York to Chicago rests in- £idc a Gary, Ind., gas station after hitlinij a car and then crashing into the building. Neither the driver of the truck nor the ccc.ipanls of the building were injured. DEMONSTRATION IN PEIPING—A Chinese girl writes a i slogan on the .street'during a demonstration and parade <>£' Hum' than C,00!i uiiiversily :,ludi-i.!s in I'vipim,',' in pvnlr.it i . iijjaimt U.S. Marines iu Cliinn. ' • BONNIE IIARTLEV smiles coyly as she poses in her chorus girl attire for her new picture. The pretty blonde lend? her charms to the line of show girls in tho movio i "Here Comes Trouble." , IT'S OFFICIAL NOW-Franl; Harlman fastens Velma Fay's skates at Central P-,rk -is In. on,c,« skating season slar(s in New York. Seasons's siarl depends on the weather and this was th' f.ibt day the red ball Hag, marking safe skating conditions, was up. Diane liowcr, center, watches TO SCOUT THE SOUTH POLE-Qn the deck of the USS Philippine Sea, Navy carrier en route to the South Polar region, with Hear Admiral Richard E. Byrd, ttlis Navy IWI1 \yill have duly with the training and exploratory expedition. Twin-engined plane will be "jato" (jet assisted take-olt). W/.KCH PREMIER SPEAKS—Jan Masaryk, left, Premier of the United Nations representative of Czechoslovakia, addresses Ihc New York State Chamber of Commerce in New York. Seated, left to rifihl, Peter Grimm. President of C of C and Arlluu U. Pope, who spoke on "Asia." INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS—Crowds of passcrsby gather at thin United Stales Information Savicc windou in Belgrade, Yi: ; ,c.:!avin, to examine- pieUrrc- sliov.iiiR plu'.-ces of life- in the United !jl:ite.s. fis the USIS Vi-^unifs its activities in lic-li-i ado. Tlu- ofTicep had neon eloped for three months. I-ttUE AGAIN—I..GIOV L.uulis, foimei sailor, and Ella Cicssiim53£ ID, were abducted in Nomslowr, N J , by two m.itkcd men wh*' 1 tied them up with the gulS s,lk btocklhgs, left .lhcm"m\ii£S nbundoned furnihauw M.ss Ciessm.m wolkeii hciself fiee.auJ^I then ficed her comnamnn ' iLl** DIPLOMATS AKItlVU FOR CONFERENCE—Maurice. Sch'u^' mann, president of Mouvemcnt Republican Populairc in France; I'anl Aucr, Hungarian Minister •Plenipotentiary in Paris, and') Mrs. Schumann, left to right, step from overseas airliner as they arrive in New York. They attended a world conference ' in Cleveland. r * MAKING THE JOB EASIER—Dean James, five-and-a-half, and his sister Carol, three, demonstrate one use of a new type vacuum cleaner on their dog in Chicago. The vacuum features an altnchmf.'iU for \\s,? on articles rlraned with suds, iciv.oves ,. . . ' ' '....' bgtli suds and divt.' _ •; _ . ;;;, - ;.;_ i-

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