PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS News Of FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1941 Told In Pictures Aussies Shower Broadway Wdromr on I). S. Gobs Hitler Gambles Again, This Time on Oil/Ores, Food There's an Easier Way ay&j Allied bomber attacks hinder flow oi % supplies to Germany from 15uJk;ui GBRMANY nations under her control Bombing- by allies threatens fields producing; main Rumanian contribution to Nazi war |||||^'« :: '^ Half of Germany's supply of this ore (source of aluminum) came from Yugoslavia; this, iJlus coal, iron. \VllC'.it, HOW CUt Off :. Il ' Germany's key commerce channel to Balkans IIOAV s; \l runs In enemy territory •A ; . «** /; SSTW «• , - m < I j -^ :•>•>"**.? ^:-;^&&'^£^ ^i : v:-j' 1 "'^^-*:: 'i':.: ; : : |.r^Wj.,^ **.••'•••-•: TJt'-^L-'-'^j^i^^''^'- •..i'.'.'ty-.f-'^-'-'.-'-'*-*-:^ •. •^ 1 /.:-:'^r:W.wxo:' • '• % ••:'•:'?: ' :: ,^': •• '&,.!*'::.. ,^ , , fii«Rk.i*J®l»&i£^V^:Vx^::^^ «:,.: - . The Allies Australians shower down a big welcome, Broadway style, for United Shiles sailors marching in Brisbane on good will tour of British south Pad lie possessions. ! For First Lady's Easter Afternoon Invading Yugoslavia and Greece, Adolf Hitler takes another long chance, this time putting in peril ;hfc oil, ores, and food supplies vital to his armies and people. Shown on map are Balkan resources whose flow to Germany may be or is already interrupted, and transport facilities hit by the invasion. New Fashions Make G!ad i American gob and Australian soldier hoist a toast to_United States Navy and fighting Aussies. Sailor was with American squadron visiting Sidney and other Australian ports. Half a House Is Better Than None ,0ff to See i the Wizards While others wrestle alligators in Miami, Larry' Osceola. third from front, calms leather-coated opponent and puts it to sleep by rubbing its belly. 'Gators are from five to eight feet hi length and weigh 175 to 350 pounds. Allies: British and Greeks foreign Minister Matsuoka of J- ;jan above, is training across vast Siberia toward a meeting wiili Hitler—and possibly Stalin — u.ai the axis is touting as world-shaking. Succeeds Browder Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt went shopping on Fifth avenue, Mew York, for her Easier wear this year and selected this new "dropped shoulder" capo ensemble for afternoon. It is of aqmi wool, with pleated skirt ;md aqua baku straw hat. Still Gtim-erous Billowing chiffon, plus the model wearing it, wins the visual approval of Senator Milhird Tydings of. Maryland, who smiles smugly at fashions for both Americas show held at Brazilian embassy in Washington. Mapping Jesus' Last Week on Earth Boom time in Milan, Term, (normal population: 3100), brought by construction of government shell-loading plant nearby, found the to\vn with a hou?ing shortage. So ninny workers 'saxved their houses in half, loaded the parts on trucks and rolled off down the highway to Milan. Traffic Hazard in England <ij^i&3|^r3^^|i^ .-.».«•"- ^ '"'. .- : ..•"•'•' '-.".".VXVi'-'^'vi-^•••--•'•'. • j ^;";' > , '."'",'.''' If'."''/" " csA"' '• -.•:.'..-,-:.^• ••• ^--.'-- •.•-'. . • • .r'-^-.l v. _A Auto drivers who bemoan traffic conditions in U. S. will feel hr-tnr for looking at this picture. After terrific German air raidTon Fnf lish aty of Bnstol, driver couldn't stop this car and it icU £'cT he" bomb crater* CM Good Friday The Crucifixion Jesus tried, found guilty by Sanliedrin in House > At Herod's Palace Jesus derided, mocked 1 'J^^&^^^:^ Palni Sunday, and following two days, Jesus journeyed from Bethany to Jerusalem Photo symbolizes fighting union between big Britain and liuic Greece, A British pilot chats with his Greek ground crew after returning from a raid against the Italians in Albania. Tableau: Strike at Henry Ford's Robert Minor, above, veteran Communist leader, is the new general secretary of the party in the United States, according to announcement of Earl Browder, present chief, who is leaving post for prison. Worried Diplomat The pose isn't new but this picture of Marlcnc Dietrich ;md her famous legs is. It's from her movie, . It was jn and around Jerusalem that Jesus spent His lost days on fvn-th, praying, preaching, answering the questions of His enemies. Map of the ancient walled city, as it appeared at the time of His crucifixion, traces the travels of Jesus during that last week. Meluviet Mumr iAle&un, above, Turkish ambassador to the United States, keeps abreast of news that seemingly is not 3n&&^ ing up well for his homelantk* Striking photo of giant smokestacks now become smokeless tells story of strike at Ford's great River Rouge plant outside Detroit.
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