The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1948 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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SATURDAY, JAXTJARY 8, 194S BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER HEWS PAGE ' «EVEK Service Station Curb Go, Sole, COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD Londoner, SHII BroxeCold, Fog At East Coast Gat Pinch Grow. NEWS IN PICTURES To See Royal Wedding Present. FUMIGATING GAS EXPLOSION—Neighbors examine the wreckage of i IwjA-slory frame and stucco home in Los Angeles following a disintegrating blast that killed two men who were fumigating the home. The explosion blew bits of the building as far as half a mile. Firemen were of the opinion the cyanide gas pumped into the scaled home was ignited by a gas-heater pilot light which had been, left on. YOUNGEST — Little Joseph S. Howard, Jr.. t'f.'o and" one half weeks old, believed lo be tho youngest baby to fly across the Atlantic*, gels a pacifier from his mother, Martha Howard, utter iiis arrival in New York. TM: roil ITALY—Italian Ambnssndor to the U. S. Alberto Tnrchinnl, center, shakes hand*] with catlU'mnii Mnrlin Stnilo ns tho latter shows Ihu Ambassador nnc of his heifers being sent to hungry Italy. More thrm 100 head of cattle left Baltimore. Rev. P. J. Zaccura, left, looks on. WITHIN SIGHT OF LIBERTY—Mis. Isaak Sczwarz, center, 22, tholds her new-born son, Samuel, who was brought into the "v.-ovld aboard the Sobieski, as the ship crime within sight of the Statue of Liberty in New York Bay. The boat was enroute from Italy to New York- IWLLS FOR UNDERPRIVILEGED CHILDREN—Pauline Rosen sits amidst some of the more lh:m UOO dolls Nr:w Yorkc:s contributed to underprivileged children in hospitals, institutions and poor homes. The dolls will be distributed among 8!) charitable agencies. NOTHING STOPS THEM—Mrs. A. A. Hoare, center, wears « blanket cloak and M. J. Powell is protected from the extreme cold by knee boots and a muffler as they wait outside St. James Palace in London to view display of Princess Elizabeth's wedding gown and presents that were shown lo the public. Th« couple was on their honeymoon. NEW FRIENDS—Two newcomers to Sanla Anita racing In California ara veteran five-year-old Endeavor II, Argentine horse owned by Jorge Pe Atuche, and litlla apprentice jockejr Tex Jasperson, 10, above, of Thame, Wyoming. Sanla Anit* onnns its winter season Dec. 27. VOLUNTARY GAS RATIONING—Henry Whalen, operator of « New York service station, fills , • tank is customei Leo McMahon reads sign announcing earlier closing time and complete shut- OB Sundar du* ta aaialina ifauUa* !• th« east COVERING THE SCARS OF WAR—Working near tha famoui oid Chateau Fort de la Roche, Medium, on the hill, residents o( La Roche repair bomb daimge wrought in the town almost three years ago during th« Battle of the Bulge. Eighteen mile* from Bastogni, L» Roche w«§ formerly a resort town. MAKING A POINT—Sir Alexander Cadogan, center, Kingdom delegate to the United Nations, points out the ..,,..—_, meager weekly ration ot food allowed to each person in EnglafitJ to William C. Biillitt, left, former Ambassador to Rus»i«, «nd Lady Theo Cadogan. They were guests at a New York dinner . party given by tht English-Speaking 1

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