The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1946 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 27, 1946
Page 10
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BLYTIIEV1LLM (AUK.)' COU1UEK NEWS FU1DAY, DECBMUWi-'aY, 1!MG COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES New House of Commons Rises One Landlord Who Likes Children Born in Coal Bin All Steamed Up—And Like It The steel skeleton of Great Britain's now House of Commons rises near ruins of the old one, destroyed by German bombs in 1940. Outline ot old House can be discerned thiough the girders, on i exposed ^oll in bacUgiound. j.^:_w.— ^^-^-^ — Weekend? Paul Hollls, 54, Fort Worth, Tex., landlord, isn't 'bothered with vacancies; if you rent from him and have any additions to the family, your rent is free for that month, or months, depending oil how many additions you have. One baby, one month's rent; twa babies, two months' vent, etc., up to quintuplets, then he (jives you the house. Neighbors .Chester Hnpjood, Judy and Linda Gwaltney and Leah Ray Bell visit with Mr. Hollis. (NEA Telepholo.) Happy Landing for Future Americans Mrs. 'Antonio Gamez, 32, holds her eighth child, Bebe Ann, in St. Joseph's Hospital, Fort Wayne, Indiana. The baby was born in the coal bin where. Mrs. Gamez, her husband, and seven other children have been living. They pain $10 a. month to rent the coal bin (NBA Telephone.) - : t No. 1 GOP Woman Oh Boy, Oh BOY!W!_ . Youngsters pictured above are some of new nieces and nephews for Uncle Sam who were among 1 841 European refugees who recently arrived in New i'orU Cily under sponsorship of U. S. Cqm- | mittee for Care of European Children. Left to right are: seven-monlhs-old liobert Vilols, born in a j displaced persons camp; Anna Sworn, six months old, who arrived with mother Irom Frankfort en _S!'-£1 s ?. ; _?H d R i altin o Henncbere, 3, who. with her mbllier, is headed for Los Angeles. The Last Straw Mrs. Jane Hamilton Macauley, above, member of Republican National Committee staff since 193C, is new director of the women's division. She succeeds Marion E. Martin, who resigned, Bird of a Haf »Anyone who drank the "highball" pictured above would think the liost Weekend was a socla-pop paity It's the world's largest, part ol a new electric sign advertising a charged water, on New York's s Broadway. The seven-foot plastic tumbler holds 400 gallons o£ .liquid, has plexiglass "ue cubes" and on eighl-foot swizzle stick i ,enown swirled by Jane Brady, Broadway dancer. And there's Nbn-Steqm Locomotives on IN SERVICE JAN. 1, 1946 .. -JW ' 31 ' 932 Coo|.B u ,ning omohrej "V s St«m Locomotives Arrow shows rescued by Mrs. Jessie Scaue, of wi- n-as lh c straw Uiat broke the collapsed structure. Bridge, wiu reached (lie tractor in a. row boat. u\'£A Telephoto.X Unbounded joy is expressed by this 6-ycar-old Viennese orphan] nttcr receiving pnir of new shoes from American Keel Cross. Hun- J drecis of Austrian children like him would face winter of billcr 'suffering without the clothing and shoes distributed by thc ARC, Enjoys Christmas Card e, symbolically opening a newi «Mlsrnily section ot St. Gaorse'st l in_ London. ,~ K q^j New- Share-the-Light -- - «•*&$;. 7 i crisis and resultant : to which the : embargo have spollighled slion's railroads are turning to oil Chart above shows number of c early this year on Class 1 rail- : the number of ne § w ones ordered,' 1 l^ovcr o sixth_pf normal output. Col Harold K tcuici. Coir.mimniny orriccl . ot v s Ordll , n ., Proving Grounds at White Sands. Ncw Mcxico . ,„„„, fl ,„,,„/,„;; the warhead of a v-2 rocket whu-i, ,,,arcd to n llcw wor ,, s ^^ . .. flows freely between kitchen andi.dineite throuch a nodern panel ot glass block. The partition neatly divides functions )f the two rooms, Riving each privacy without destroying the open >lan. Prefabricated wood strips -around the easily cleaned Mocks ; lold them firmly atop back-to-back cabinets. These serve on one; jde as the buffei, on. the other as atonure and work »ace I This giant postcard brought a smile to tile face of 12-ycar-olri Re? Kncsberg. Belleville, 111., a polio patient si St. Louis city Hospital wheii it was dclivlrcd. Tlie card, made by Boy Scouts of Troop 6. of which Hoy i.s n member, ts hcl.l by NU:•::<- RrwRliiu' Cnml).;- r.a !lic- lad en,, voiul it. (NEA Telepholo.)

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