The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1947 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1947
Page 14
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, KM»<< loving United States Senators [Find Bomber Graveyard in Munich BLVTHRVTLLE fAHK.) CQURTER NRWS F1UDAY, DECEMBRR 19, COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD*-*"* Saves Bui.ding Motcn.,s, NEWS IN PICTURES \J IUISII' KR, SAVK THAT MMB—Swedish heavyweight boxing champion Olle Tandberg, left, is slightly disgruntled by the strnnge wood chopping antics of actor Joe Jackson, Jr., *t'N«w York's Greenwood Lake. Olle is in training at the resort for his U. S. debut bout with Joey Maxim in Madison Square ; Garden, Jan. 9. 111. OJ I.I, II HOiMlv — This is the home of Alburn G. Murray, a 12-foot-square canvas tent in Unable to find living quarters for his wife and five children, Murray has housed his family i* this ^Mme. Hero Mrs. Murray feeds her children, who range in age from nine months to 15 ycare. CABRINf STATUE UNVEII.EB-this is the IS-ton marbl. itatue .of Mother Frances Xaveria (Jabrini. America's -.first Mint, after it was unveiled in ceremonies at St Peter'* Mtnhet, in the V.lican Italy. (Photo by Acme Correspondent Albert Blasetti.l I*' >.'- : ^W3a2 t.SCllAMfcl) HOUR-Bug-eyed with desire, five-year-old Jean Blaul almost etches the image »f her awe-struck expression into Ihe plaleglass of . Christmas window in , downtown Chicago department store. This picture leaves no doubt as to what Jean wants from Santa WATCH TI1K H1KD1K—A iiair uf white silkies, not the leasl bit a\\ cd. pfrch cm a c; :n^r;t for a better view of the photographer at the MiKlif.m Pqir-i.' (iiirdon Poultry Show in New York. The pair \vii5 Ihe nHry at II, H. McKone of Mansville, N. Y. ^ GUTTERING — A e t r e s i Janis Paige displays the latest in square box bags for dressy occasions. Made ot solid bronze beads for her gray suit, Ihe bag also comes in blue irridefcenl, white, and steel beads. jf->> 4 t ?: \> ' & •"£*™»-», — _ _*£. ONE OPEN HKEFLACE Ft)R THREE ROOMS—One of the latest designs in heating by fire is shown at Building Exhibition at Oiympia, London. Built to heal Ihree rooms with one fire, lh« construction of Ihe fireplace allows air to pass through air intakes under the floor to the side of the fire and then through llucsto heat upper rooms. OVER THE TOP—The bounding ball gels away from Lou Amnya (on Ihe floor), Oklahoma A. & M. forward, who fell sprawling, and Lou Lipman, Long Island University forward, who tripped over him, during fast action in their game In Mpd : «on Soinir r; id,. n Oklahoma won handily. 52-37. _ BOMKKR GRAVEYARD-Scnator Milton R. Young, right, (R., N. D.) member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and a staff member, inspects one ot the more than -100 B-17 bombers demolished as surplus on a German airfieid in Munich. The Committee made known the fact that these bombers were being destroyed while Greece was buying smaller aiicrafl from Britain with U. S. dollars.

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