The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER T, 194T BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW!' PAOB Brazilion, Srna.h Red Newspaper Aft., Soviet Diplomatic Break COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD.to.ian, Draw TKeirWHT..^, NEWS IN PICTURES A « Government Cuts Ration. FIRE RESULTS IN SMASHUP—Only the charred framework of a Cincinnati streetcar rem.-iini alter t blazing gasoline truck crashed into it. Eleven persons, including the driver ot the truck, escaped with minor-cuts and bruises. SVMBOL Or HOLLAND'S RKCOVFRY-Th. Nlcuw Aimlerd.m I. ,hown .1 h«r p.rll.lly rebuilt Rolterrtnm p,or prior to her sailing to the United SUt«. The vessel, now third ]>»e>t in rftulur icrv.ce. underwent 18 raunlhs of refilling, into which .11 the r«ourc« o( the tiny rJMI.i-r!nnd» were thrown. INTERESTED LISTENERS-B. C. Limb, left, and Louise R. Yim, Korean observer!, listen intently to objections by Russian UN representatives «t Lake Success, N. Y., when the U. S. proposed a commission to help select representatives for the Korean people. Russia contended Korea had chosen reoresentatives. STOPPING THE PRESSES—When Brazil announced that it had ceased diplomatic relations with Russia, cltirens in Rio d« J«nilr« wrecked ths offices and this comuosins room of the Tribuni Pooular. CommunUt newtp«p«f. A I.ONtl WAIT—Mrs. Cliatlulle Wcrr PetUr, drat po«t-w»r |brl<!» ef an AinerU-nn In Gorninny, proudly holrtu her daughter iVera. 11 monthi old, utter their arrival In New York by plan*. ri.VINO ARMCHAIR—All ]«t flghten In Rritaln'i Royal Air Force ir« being equipped with British-tiesignul and produced pilot-ejection jcal.s, which shoot the pilot to safety i« »•••»•- t * ipeed o< M f«*t per WHAT NEXtT—Truly Barbara, left, models the newly designed Turkish h.rem costume with wide gold kid belt and v.-ears gold kid sandals. At right, Bertha Matthews exhibits what appears to be a fashionable conventional gown, but closer inspec- V • lion reveals the nkirt is a nair of slacks. HOXEY.MOONERS — ' h • ncwlywcd Duke n~ ' ' : s of Montoro "enjoy a ^ at « New York rir'" T'te bride is tb? f • of Spain's ranking nu'oloman, the Duk« of Alba. . AIR DAY IN MOSCOW—Parachutes o( varied colon dot th« sky as Russian paratroopers put on their display during Aviation Holiday in Moscow. Thirty-six plantt unloaded troopi tor this mast jump. POVIRTT m KOMR—Typical of port-war h»rd tlmei tn Rome I* the pr«die*m«rt tt th —the Turzis. Their ration it ZOO grsmi per person daily »nd, If they ar* hieky, M tt th« children wn pick In the Acid*. Th* family eata itand<M( up HDM thtrt ii ca^ it UM room.

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