The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 26, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 26, 1946
Page 5
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V- ;l ,••• \ THURSDAY, RU 2G, 1040 KIA'THEVILLK (AUK.) COUUIHU NHWS Record Crowd, Jan, Chicago's COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD Secret^ Byrnes Receive, International Live Stock Show NEWS IN PICTURE J l Statesmanship Award in N. Y BEATING THE DKADMXE-Thes. parcel, (towed into the New York post ollice when t rr:,s irassrjars nas-jKss: =s i- CKY OF JOY—Colctle Uou- vet Tluenot, 20, pretty French girl, burst into tears when she was reunited with lier year-old daughter in Los Angeles. The young daughter had been ndoptecl by an American family. MOTSIKR'S I-V, i'ORITE—Mrs. Nellie Maloney, head o[ the New York chapter of Hie American Mothers Group, prcscnls for Hie organization a citation to comedian Milton Berlc, naming him ;.s cue who lirul done most lo Rlorify the Ainericr.n mother ir.'lOlS. TOP COOKS—These five ladies were cl.ussn Hie best cooks at Chicago's 4-H 25th anniversary congress. Showing samples of their art arc left to ri['hl, 1,a Verne M. Prr-ibc, Doris Anders, Mary Wenisryn, ;nul Phyllis Malteuci. imXOK nENKHT-Whon Ihc coal strike reduced shipments to : Hie point where this receiving dock nt an automobile factory in" Delroil is itlinost .empty, workers wore nblc'to take ndvaiifagii' of the sltiialiun to rciilnce fluorescent lamps.-.-- • WILSON WYATT KESIGNS-HouSing Expediter Wilson Wyatt who resigned his Washington job cleans out his desk to make room for his successor. Wyatt quit his post when Ins and President Truman's ideas on veterans' housing did not p. s rec. NICE U'OUK—Wearing :ih- breviatcd slacks for their appearance in a New York show, these young aclri'Fsei receive final measurements from their costume designer, Waller l-'lorcll. . "• I'iclnrcd above are some of the buzzards lhat roost daily on roof ot War.hmgtim's sv.'iuik Kennedy- Wai rcn Aparlmenl's. Neither Icu.iiils or .iiilhorilies ran do anything about II as District of Columbia law fi.rl.kls killing Ihc birds of ill omen. They arc attracted lo upai lmc:il by nearby zoo, from which Ihey gel food. "Draft Ike [or JO-SBY bullons-art- pupping up all over (he eounlry 1 ." Above, Martha Tro'ml, "o( fAr-C- linglon, Vu.p holds magnifying-' glass lo show oft one "shei wears/"Ike" referred lo is, of. cours^,* General of the Army Dwight D. j Kisenljowcr. - . -• j /*• CORN KINO—Newton L. Ilallorman of Rushville, Ind., admires his trophy which h,-. received when crowned "Corn King of Jl-^lh America," nt the International grain and hay show in Chieaeo. Gl-.S'.yn here arc some of the prize winning coos I'DEf. PKOni,E.H S()ly»-LWhon Mrs. Marie M. Depamv of South Bend, Ind., ran out ef coal and was unable to buy fr-ore, a loc.'.l S raln elevator presented her with this load of corn cobs. Here she busily c.n-ici-lh* coal substitute to the basement for future use, rnrouglimil the country users of coal \Veie forced to look for substitutes because cJ the coal scaicil.v ca-.erjd "" .. ' ' '- ^ 'fcV t|i'e rcccnl miners' strike. , •- —.." _ ON l-AKADK-Somo of the more than 50,000 spectators who visited the International live «xiiosil,cm m Chicago watch the judging of these prize calllr- in ling of Stock Yaias ntVpnit Stock' ---- £fowd broke all w-a records of attendance:

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