The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 22, 1941
Page 5
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SATURDAY, MARCH 22., 104J I3LYTHEVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .PAGE'FIVE News Of The World Told In Pictures mama Twin Lions Crush the Italian Empire Scale of Miles Mined waters complete ring around Italians Djibouti, rail line' British objectives after Kerbera capture ETHIOPI v Food for France—From America, by Courtesy of Britain +5 fc«^\\^^S5&&& \ t^V V^^f«^ S^Vw S? ^ *J *>* N '\ )• . \ South African (nrces sweep toward capital of Ethiopia foHou'inp; (Mfiiurc of SomuUlnnd J iu£uui> \f \ -\\\\y J._ t KENYA My [$r Jr Indian Ocetin \ -$m*t British attacks ^ Probable Drives v« (o Objectives r— rrj Occupied L-dlby British (lowboy Methods Save Deer From Deat Loaded with milk products and medical supplies, the American liner 'nickel, dime and dollar contributions to American Red Cross. Brilnin Exmoulh steams £or Marseilles with million .dollar cargo raised by relaxed her blockade u> permit such i:hipmentij to viuoceiipicd France. ice Trunk' llurlb 'CockLaiT al 'Pillbox Closing in on Addis Ababa and other Italian-held Ethiopian strong- hclds in attacks tl\al prcsaye the fnll of the Fascist empire, . 'c nrmir-.s under the symbolic Britir-h lion and native warriors i id by their conquering Lion of Judah. Hailc Selassie. Map shows J>iiish spearheads in Italian East Africa that soon may bring :ibout rej>toiY!tioa of Htiiic- Selassie, fii'st of the axis-deposed ru'icrs, fe« the first to regain his throne. He Has a Book—Or Two ^ V • 3 — t ^£2X ~" ^ <• sv O%k/ ~*V ^w^ < ^-5;^**-^ v#~ 1 <*\_..._^ . /V L ^> '^ -V Private Jack Mansfield of the marine corps sits atop tons of reading matter collected in Philadelphia from schools and public for men at camp. Up and Over Wrmi*, 'f •• v^ x t ''Tf^ ' * n^S* . Badly frightened,, stranded on,on ice floe in swift Hudson river near. Pb'ughUecpslc,.N.^ Yv, after being frightened onto ice'by L passing'train. , Small, boats tried rescue,'but failed because ot current and heavy''ice.' Anally n ferryboat nudged the Hoc . . . : Here's how you attack an enemy trench, as demonstrated by 167th infantry troops training at Camp Blanding, Fla. New National Gallery of Art Opened to Public S5» v »if* * ^i* J^iK^ « v '••> v" T jT *f *""jK*W<SiS»S ~^^R<«<i v " < y> ,~ " P\w - , > ' *"* ^ ^ " v "*:V> 1 < >>*. • ^^-^-'v'*. ,< - v, , ^^^,. *^i,, , ^ A .#S f/A^«.' ,t. j Like something out of this world is this scene at Fort Delvoir, Va. -Duriny rnoc!; warfare ijlayed by the fifth .engineers a soldier camouflaged to look like a tree trunk hurls a "Molotov cocktail" at u pillbox already fired by the gasoliue-liUtd grenades. Where Brilibh PcepoitrrUy f,aud Army in Greece i JTDpOi iui; ixicution to U. S The buck wns washed close enough to bank foi these men-to lasso him. Then they secured his hooves with ropes, took him "from the water and set him free. t ?\ • cfr/" • r o'l i •)? 4:iu Ivnile JJlade is l.his building, the new National Gallery of Art, $15,000,000 gi£L of: the late Andrev/ Mellon. ' ^ v>, * ^ \< * '< ^ , V \ s ^ s V \^^ fho question "Where is Wavcll?" may have been ;inuwuix-d wlicr, ;i big Britioh oxpeditionaiy Forei; • rom North Africa was reported landing at Piraeus, port of Alhen:;, for action on the Greek front. Photo shov/s the port, which ha-; been heavily bombed by Italian planes. Self-Sealing Gas Tanks You've Heard So Much About Blitzkrieg Kindergarten for Visiting Japanese ^>Sx \ ^ «iicin« ilu-cush a s?a of billowy clouds high over Randolph Field, Texas, this baric training ;olane. manned by a Hying Cadet of the Army AU Corps, i= in a world seldom exposed to the eye oi earth-bound humans. Daily more than 300 of these low wing monoplanes at the "West Point j of the Air" give -nearly. 900 student- pilots vie^s like the one above—(NEA teiepnoio. 1 )incnt no\v on Ann-ricon military planes arc bell-scaling gasoline tanks, yhown in bomber win^s on a California assembly line. Builds striking lanU cause v to spiii over rubber-like substance which swells and seals holes. i-irnci-e piniov ;ric m b-iv c[ HM: SXIL c;i i. iiillilnry minion in Govniuiiy u-: iirt.1 hand nttrudiona . from Hitler's army. Tali Nazi officer in rear doesn't appear to regard pupils too highly. WESTFIELD. N. V. (UP)— The "White Ticrse Fred.' or Julian {search for ;i boys' novel written Among the Outhws." It, \va.s piib- ! four (k-auic.s aiio'by » ChauUnuiua )5sl»«l in-I90l.-Thr iniUw'.'-Charlr-s counly'iuithor. Into developed into ;v Austin Ko^dick. luul established natiomvide hunt among book col- hinueir us a \vriter for.boys under lectors. The title or the book is the name of Harry Cast-lemon.'

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