The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 29, 1947
Page 10
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS "MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 19<I7 % Present Truman 'Sweated Out' COURIER NEWS PRESENTS V^ORLD ^ Wartime Designed Vessel .."•- : ~- : •.•.•'.'.•;•.'• i I Chow Uiie on Missouri with Crew IN PICTURES Launched at Mare Island, Calif. ROCK FROM CORREGIDOR—A three-ton piece of Corregidor arrives at the Naval Supply Cen -ter, Oakland, Calif., from the Philippines, for shipment to Hie Community Church in Ehnont, N.Y, where it will be inscribed wilh the names of the war dcnd oC the church. Captain:Razzie W ,Truitt, Chaplain of the 12lli Naval District, points to the stone. . TRIPLE ACTION—The Justice triplets, Ellen, Helen ami Evelyn, left to right, all nurses, sign up for the OfKcers Resetye Corps of the Army in Hartford, Conn. With them arc Col. Perry T. Ho'uah, left, and Maj. Lester J. Chase, executive officer. PRESIDENTIAL CHOW TIME—President Truman, in the chow line with crew members of the USS Missouri, has a good sized : tray of food. Seaman Joseph Latuscha of Hnckensack, N.J., ; .places dessert on the tray to complete the meal. The President • was on his way back from a conference at Itio de Janeiro. (Photo by Acme photographer Michael J. Ackerman.) r PAUI.ETTE G O D D A R D smiles happily while waiting for her car at New York's LaGuardia Field followjng her arrival from Paris/ Miss Goddard announced she sign- cd to take a leading a stage play in Paris n'e);t January. t • \ : DAPPER SANTA—William C. Strother, Richmond, Va., noted biintit Claus who portrays the Yuletide Saint on full-time, year- round basis, confers with make-up authority Max Factor, Jr., left, in Hollywood, about how Santa'should look. Both believe _.. -Santa's appearance, shgyld. be standardized. '« ' « END OF AN ERA—The submarine USS Tiru, last wartime designed vessel to be launched at Mare Island, Calif., Naval Shipyard, starts down the ways as Mr% John P. Cromwell of Palo Alto, Calif., breaks the champagne bottle on the bow. PUSH HUTTON SERVICE—These visitors and natives in Tokyo sludy a map of every principal building in the city. The newly invented locator is equipped with a push bi.tton and lights Anyone not sure of his way around merely pushes the button and his exact location will light _up. ._ - IT OVER-Senalor Carl A. Hatch, left, (D -N M ), a ' of the Smith-Mundt Commission, discusses politics ./man Barudi, American Ambassador to Holland, in of UM U S Information Service house in the Hague. , A NEW FRIEND— Lt. A. W. Rainey, of the Houston crime prc- yeptjon bureau, holds * littl* yetr-old jlrl who was abandoned in Houston without even • goodbye kisi. The child's mother left the baby with the driver of t car who had given her a ride to Galveston. THE BIG WIND AT WORK—Scenes like this were common when a hurricane hit the e«st coast Qi F ' 0 "**' Petersburg and Miami wera lillcredaj Result of the high-powered .wind caiisin? .millions .of. np.'^S. °

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