The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 7, 1947 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 7, 1947
Page 12
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TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, L9.17 Students Strike In Elmhurst, N. Y., Against Holiday Homework NEWS PRESENTS WORLD NEWS IN PICTURES Street Signs Americanized In Tokyo B' Occupation Forces,, a- liegum A(ia Khan. beautiful trench wife o[ Ihc Agn Klinu fabulously wealthy Indian po- lenlate, is pictured at Uicir Cunncs. France, villa in the jubilee costume in which she recently post;] (or a portrait by noted French arlist Van OUIIKCII. .-PLANE DEDICATED'IN CHURCH—This (wo-scalcrt airplane, /dedicated at a special service in First Baptist Church in Minneapolis, was purchased by Minneapolis House for use in ox- .4; r*>ndin5 ils youth work throughout the Northwest. HKAXII AT THE CROSSROADS—This is the shattered wreckage of the Silvorstreet school bus •J-. which 10 children and driver were killed when it was hit by a passenger train on a fog-shrouded crossing near Nowbi-rry, S. C. Eleyeti others, seriously hurt, were hospitalized. sporls ,uc in full swing A clais A contestint balances i ces in,._ mid air just bofoio luming tiutlc- while loundmg a pylon .it Ihc'IP -Jl or '' w .,? bl ? r1n Jee Yildu Regatta in Oskosh, Wis. (upper photo). ^ Mario Jrafeli below, hos belter luck at Detroit's North Am can Outdoor Championships though taking a header on a turn. He tot up to win senior men s mile event. Russia Has Prefabs, Too eri- fast 1 FOR BEING A GOOD HORSlE—Palricia Anne Thompson, six, of Valley, Neb., solcmly feeds "King" his carrot during the , Detroit Humane Society's Christmas party lor animals. The I liorse also received equine gifIs of hay and bats. ANTICIPATION—Dan-ell H. Vernon, 26, Air Corps veteran who 'saw 23 months of service in Europe with a fighter squadron, smiles with his family while waiting announcement in Klamath Falls, Ore., of winners in the Title Lake $2,230,000 gov- crmnenl land lottery. Vcrnon's name was not drawn. Boxer Questioned In New York s home, and very glad to !>c mascot of Engine Co. 8, Newark, N. J., ™iccrn us a missing person when she vaii- irom a fire truck. Searchers found her wandering in the street. j Poet-Hermit ! Which Is False? ^'Preppihg'for Record Flight" ^- ...^ ••_..•,.•• i. iu^o tilt kUML Ol drop tanks for the extra fuel needed for the trip. Rocky Gra/iauo. center, middleweight title coiHcsuKjr. with his manager, Irving Cohen, loll, and Ills a'.- tonicy. Max Epstein, riglit. just bclorc His appearance before a New York Orastl Jury in connection with reported box::ig Six. IKEA Tcleplioto.) 'WHAT'S GOING ON'—This young music lover has maneuvered to a backstage vantage point in his efforts to sec what is going on as Alfred Wallenstein conducts Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra's concert for chil^ dren. f'WtKT'-J WA Wki - «.».W.L»K Dol South, long-haired .TJoet-hermit, \vas lecently rti- ivorced on grruncJs ot cruelty by .his wife Tan^a They and then ^Ihice thildieii lived as hermits »HMJiW f 105 ' Mountain, near San '.iPlS??/_ Cal ' f ' tor ls 5C rs l>e'oic *" a tup mt'j town, wheio U iir Pr '. ) -mi- - 1 M> Groul ' ot a., dcmonslralcs in Wash a model D f new, mrclia il superior, hand.'Tt's his To Netherlands Herman B. Baruch, currently U. S. ambassador to Portugal, has been named ambassador to the Netherlands. He is a brother o£ fc.mej V.'hite House adviicr ^ B«i;r.af3 M. Bonie''. j 1>V7.ZARD ROOST—These buzzards, king she. roost on the roof of a downtown Washington, i--. C., apartment house. The building is short distance from the Zoo from which the birds obtain l\.e[: Ji:oj ^ :iH!ri,:; iav.v /oiWtU Ullipj the- liircls ami Zoc oflioials are tinablo to control tlic-r.:. TOKYO'S T1MUS SQUARK-Showing American influence in Japan is this busy slrect at intersection of X Avenue ind Kinza Street. U. S. Occupation Forces marked the streets with American names. MiUufcoshi department store 14 In background. _ .. . . .

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