The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, September 23, 1947
Page 5
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TUESDAY, SEPTUMHKU 23, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COITC1ER NEWS Argentina Government Buy, Four COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD U. S. Frigates of Ashville Class NENVS INI PICTURES When Two Double-Deckers DERAILED FREIGHT—A railroad crane lifts wrecked cars, clearing the tracks at Bedford, Conn. Efter 10 cars o£ a freight train were derailed. The accident blocked all traffic on the busy shore line route for more than 13 hours, stopping trams .running between Boston and New York. GETTING THE RIGHT SLANT—Pfc. Waller F. Johnson, right, of Camdcn, Tcnn., has his picture taken before the leaning low cr in Pisa, Italy. The famous background may not be as picturesque in the future for it is reported plans arc in the making to F,tr^i"'"*^n the world \vontf rt r * •> •f HOG WILD—A cooler room worker in Chicago's slockyardr. looks over the nation's most expensive hams and pork chops as ho«^ readied a record price of S30.50 per hundred pounds. Chicago packing houses with a capacity Wad of 10,000 ho»s pi>r day handled only 3000. AM, IS FORGIVEN—Model Cnrol Janis is "the most beautjlful woman I've ever seen," said nvtist Edwnrd Withers, nbove, sjri excused her from the destruction of a-semi-nude'oil painttai Withers made of her. He charged that Miss Janis' fiance, Jorm Gilbert, slushed the picture, objecting to'licr. nude posing,^ '. WEST JIEF.TS EAST—Mae . West, stage and screen personality, gives New York a last lingering look before she sailed on the Queen Mary for London. j t -. \ >4'*7^''-^\v/' - vllt ">< * FOR ARGENTINA—These two Navy frigates, Uni'ontov.-n and Caicos of Ihc Aslwilic escort class, t lie alongside each other at a Hobokcn, N.J., dock awaiting overhauling. These and two others of tlic same class will be placed in fidl operating cancu'lion for the Argentine Navy, who bought them. MONEY SMILE—Beaming after hearing that his former-employer, the late Miss Anne Craig of Chicago, had willed Wm cash assets that may tolal over $300,000, is James Mattal'ini, chauffeur, shown with his wife NO PLACE TO LIVE—Mrs. Eunice Bohaty of Chicago and her two small children, Dennis left, and Claudelte are to be homeless despite Mrs. Bohaty's months of searching for a place to live. Mrs. Bohaty said landlords refuse to rent to families with children. HERO—Bus driver Robert Williams, seated in police car, gives his story to a policeman regarding the collision of two double' decker buses during the morning rush hour in Chicago. Williams is credited wilh saving the lives of many of his passengers by pushing them away when he saw another bus about to collide with his stalled vehicle. i .ME OUT roil A DANCE—Jewish men and women end their families take time out for a dance after their arrival at the ;,i r.oorf Internment near Lucbcck, Germany. They were among the group that tried to enter Palestine »bo»rd the only to be captured by the British and returned to G«rmany. .

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