The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 17, 1947
Page 5
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MONDAY, MARCH 17, 19,17 M3 (AUK.) COURIFJR NEWS PAGE FIVE COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Yf' SNOW HMTZ—Maric Klonlc, Glcndii].', l>n., (rios to hiilo bohlnil a tree but cols splattered iinywuy ilu]ln K a snowball b;irraj«u. H all liaDpcneil cliiring a recent lioavy snowfall in the Pliiln- delpliia area. 0\r.R Till SIDI- —iht fiist of 140 locomotucs Oldoiccl fio.n Canada for Fi-ciich j-aih-oads is swung over the side of the freighter S^S. Bolpai-eil at Chcrboui-g, France. Still to I),- im- loadcil from the vessel's hold are 39 othei.s. (Photo by Ue«u Jlc-nry, sliiff pltotographer.) CJUKEN or Tirrc COI,I,I:I-:NS —Lovely Janis Carter, Hollywood film player with smiling Irish oycs, would be a natural selection to reign as "Queen of Colleens" on SL Patrick's Day. <UMJM> i LhNTY—A New York; City detective rlemonslralwi a •P.ol.1 Lslerting device, made riom an ordinary hearing aid which was used to gel evidence against a bookmaker. The device J^J±±^l n .^!L'"'- |in '' 1 '•'•'•'""'•"•- of I'v. b.mlunakor LUCKY KID-EobCorry, 11, Galion, O., gels some pointers from Frankie Hayes (left) and Joe Lroiun at the Boston Red Sox training camp, Sarasota, Fla. 1N BUSSIA _ Pcrchcd hlgh on .... hih-s.;.,, herdsinan slowly drives cattle and goals across t!.c wmd and snow-.wept Russian plains f VfcRSATILE-Nol only is Barbara Ann Scott, IS, of Ottawa Can., the women's fig,, rc skati,^ champion of the world but she s, also an accomplishr-d pianist. Here she demonstrates hcr skill for the photographer during a visit ( 0 New York City STUHKNT NOW — Francis X. Burke, Jersey City, N.J., C'.in/jicssional Modal of Honor winner, pux/le* over a law at the Jersey City legal drpn! InK-iH. !lo liopt\s to !)e a iiill-fledgcd lawyer in two years. .-:]).,. ! lmt slieet, nppai -Hysterical after hearing that her mother had been shot and killed on : a i'" by a robber, Mrs. Gertrude Herncll, 21. seeks comfort in the arms of her i jt inothev-in-law. Mrs. S. liennett (loft). }•• ! n ll< > e "-° W me » lbc " "f the Children's Aid Society of New t Ihe lied Cross on (he receiving end of the "Doughnut Ws.gon." All members of . cooking class, they made and sold doughnut,, turning the proceeds over to the Red Cross Fund • •-.-Drive for 1947. v

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