The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 26, 1947
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVIM.K (ARK.) COURIER NEWs! FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1947 Italy'* ScKoo, System Colopses COURIER N EWS PRESENTS WORLD^r'"- Hunler Gets Big One, Refugees Occupy School Buildings NEWS IN PICTURES Bogs Rare 100-Pound Albino Deer * 4 cw '«tir, v INDIAN "FRIENDSHIP" TRAIN—Speeding relief lo hungry and cold Navajo Indians, Now Mexico .organizations sponsored a Navajo Caravan ;rom Albuquerque and Santa I'e lo transport food «nd clothing. Here a "Friendship Train", is unloaded at Gallup. PRINCESS SENT HKK THANKS—Four-year-old Julio Alloro ol New York, right, who sent a turkey to England for Princess Elizabeth's wedding, proudly displays (lie, wishbone sent her which she had requested. At left is the letter of thanks which was lent, to Julie in recognition of her gift. END OF AN MlA-Pfc Ea.l F,\ ri-hi of Reading, Pa -Inkr, hands with an Jlalian sergeant in Livorno, before joining his on the transport Admiral Sims as a member of the last contingent of American IrooDs to leave Italy. CROWDED Ol'T OF SCHOOL—Italy is having trouble with her school system. One of the causes is the occupancy of COD Italian schools by otherwise homeless refugees. This scene is typical. Here children play in a former schoolyard while building is occupied INTERFERENCE—Appearing as if he has bask»lball conf,,.,, w,th football, Washington State's We* Dahl, B.dHoblS dow court rt M^on Square Garden in New York with teaml" u Bob Gasloo running interference. Dahl is actually cha^nl Ml » the OM « ain , t Manhattan which visitor/won 58 5 DI.CORATKD _ G ; n , Mark-Clark, commander o the S.xlh Army ,-u thc ,, ™ d'o in San Francisco, s ,| ul-os! roops passing in lcvicw n ° f _ •or he tcC9 ., v6d lhc Ug . on Honor f rom French C tharlcs E. Mast. A "WRONG-WAV" SANTA CLAUS—Evidently the compass in this Santa's sled isn't working properly, for instead of talcing his Sifts of fur to the North, he found himself grounded on a Miami Beach. Though there seems to be little need for furs, the girlj like them anyway. HUNTING RARITY—R era Id Hall .takes a gooil look at Ihp albino deer, one of nature's rarities, \vhich he bathed near OSCP^! ' * Pa. The deer, which weighs about 100 pounds, is almost j(j|i|j (^ exceot for a small area of colored hide. COLLAPSED—This is an interior view of a Washington, D.C., apartment buiWing which collapsed. This photo shows the sec- end, third and fourth floors of the building whidi housed 150 lenanb. One oerson was killed and, 13 injured. PRESERVED IN ZIPPER BAGS—Weatherproof zipper bags are now in use by U.S. Navy avi.r lion groups /in the sliorl-tcrm packing and stow ing of aircraft. The pianos arc completely covered w ith the bags, after packages of desiccant powder or crystals are placod in various parts of plant'

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