The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1947 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1947 One Person Killed and 11 Injured COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD New Yorkers Protest Britain's In San Francisco Trolley Accident NEV^S IN PICTURES Action Against Jewish Immigrants SLOCK BUSTER—One poison was killed and 11 injured when n crosstown trolley, which reportedly slipped ils brakes, plowed into iripther trolley' at the foot ol one oi Sun Francisco's steep hills. Ambulances, in left background, rus.hid the injured to hospitals " ; «.. rt ltlr ,rtlr.uu ,->nM ha/il'Ji-nim/] nrrivn nn llin r."|i|if*. , FEAST OF THE LANTERNS—At for Japan's war dead, relatives of for display in their homes during Tokyo's Yasukuni Stirine dead soldiers.buy laiilc-rns tlie Feast of the I C i v <* 'M^t^'^l^ ' r> «»A» » ~" £, 1 »**#•« i V* I PROTESTING. PALESTINE ACTION—Protesting -Britain's action in returning the passengers of the Jewish immigrant ship Exodus 1047 to their French port of origin, these New Yorkers _ .publicly demonstrate thetr feelings in New York City. STEAK HUNTER—Maurice Dreicer is determined to find "the perfect steak." He traveled throughout the U.S., carrying with him a glass ruler, thermometer, magnifying glass, and butter knife iu search of "the masterpiece." Now he's going to Canada, Ireland, Sweden and South America • in search of that rare piece of cow. »<• ^s-r h u *: -; ^.^\ »>" t 4^ ^ ^ ? 1*^ ». x ,f "l*«^^ ^^ vM, !->. , »!. i .*'j^ \r GOOD DEED FOR THE DAY'—A U.S. military policeman reverses-the usual procedure as he helps out Ernest Gilbert, 13, of Philadelphia, Pa., who ran info difficulty trying to lole his seabag aboard ship at Statcn Island. Ernest was oni of the Boy Scouts whn sailed for the Scout Jamboree in France. STRETCHING FOR THE CROWN—These three Southern California girls are not reaching for the moon, but are stretching for the cro',vns of "Miss Los Angeles County," "Miss America," and "Miss Universe." The girl* -fill compete for the Los Angeles title first. The winner will Iry for the "Miss America" title in Atlantic Citv. WANTS TO KIGI1T LOUIS —Even though he lost his last bout with Swedisli champion Olle Tandberg, Joe Baksi, above, is anxious to try his luck in a bout with Louis. Prior to his loss to Tandberg, Baksi signed a contract to fight with Louis. Validity of contract is now questioned. .>' FOR THE LITTLE MAN'—Blessing the first shipment of G24 :aycttes to Greece, Bishop G. Polizoktos pauses over George Gordon Hull, who chortliugly models several of the- garments. The Save the Children Federation hopes to he 1 able to send 5.0CK? .. baby outfits to Greece this year. i ITS MINE^-Norma Hislam, right, is having a hard time keeping the cup which she won at a «how in Brighton, England Seems as though Christopher Hughes is disputing the point „ M h« tri« to trab all the elory—and the cup from the 10-month-old babv beauty. AMERICAN IN AUSTRALIA—Shirley Louise Riedel of St Paul, Minn., and Walter Butler, III, smile happily as they cut « piece of cake during their wrdding reception at the U. S. Embassy in Canberra, Australia. The groom is the Son of the U.S. Ambassador to Australia. IiUCKY BREAK—It seems impossible that anyone could emerge alive from this wrecked car in Chicago, but William Galway did just that. \Vhon a heavy trailer-truck overturned and landed across the iear-cnd of this automobile, the car was wrecked but Galway escaped witli only a hip

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