The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 22, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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. ..^Yl'U K1 )A y-J'^M U AltY 22, j«M7 HLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE i^llam's Royal Family Leisurely ED joy Voyage to South Africa EWS PRESENTS NEWS IN PICTURES Three Planes, Two Cars Destroyed ..',z "A When Flames Raze Hanger in Illinois ""• « »T»W«** **? I J.J j |.IVrJlY—A helicopter lands on the deck of the HMS Vanguard to pick up photos Msnily during their voyage to South Africa. The plane Hew through two snow:'i tile ship. Queen Elizabeth, whose hobby is photography, took a color film scries on the helicopter's takeoff. N:-:W I'oi.isii UNVOY to the United Stales, Josef Winicwicz, leaves tlie White House after President Truman lol<! him bluntly Polish provisional government had broken its |)!i:il|;e to hold freu election:;. I i u i j.i i 1 ff lit on the pline \\hich biougnt the i t I in n mill in f.om I ale tmc to Pui t cls u.ulmj.,1 ,.L_....._a of plasic's hostess as the infant vocally cxpi-issos'a complaint after the trying trip. V-2 KOCKKT, I'OST-WAU STVUC-Loactcd otilo „ vessel by the aid of crane at King George V Dock, l.iimlim, Kng.. Una German V-2 rocket was clralincd for tlie Au:;(ralian War Me- ( '.', morial at Canberra. Tho hiigo projectile ha.il hi'i-n in lilomgo at the British Army's Ordnance Depot in DiccsU'r. A MTTM; LATH, mix itiiaiKY OIIHISTMAS!—Mrs..Pamela ! Miller and her husband Kuril}, busily unwrap her Chrifilnlas^ . (I gifts in Ft. Worth several weeks attcr the holidays, Mr. Miller ;•'.. , und his family saved the. present^,' redecorated the trcei Aiid'^V 11 celebrated a belated holiday with his wife when sht; ' ' ' from llnv,]; •ynwrn PREPAKED—Roy Boscow, of San Francisco, who had heard of Milwaukee's "unusual weather," arrived in the snowbound city fully prepared. Loaded down with skis, poles, and suitcase Boscow hired a wheel chair to ride from the railroad station ti his hold. UP SHE GOKS-This hangar at a Quiney, Jl!., airport is ra/ed by uncontrolled oil-fed flaniL'S. Darnnfle, estimated at $50 000* '•"'•••I three planes and two cars. '" '' ••'• lit:!! s;r:t:0\!) .1J.\.TOR-Movie slar Ella Raines and Avmv Air 1-c.nv hov.i M-ij. Robin Olds, both 2fi. s-"i'in<,)v ^,..' f.:l!.nvin;; their niarria.qe in Wcslwood, Calif. Miss iiaincs ob:..!m-L; a ilivorce from Air h'cix-u Maj. KL,int;i:] i,,, t ,v „,, tji-ouniis he failed to write lier wliile ho was overseas, ROYAL STHOM.—Qiiren KSiValjclh, Kina George, Piinressrs Kltzabcth and Margaret, left In rialil, stroll on the drel; of the HMK Vaiii'.iuird. The vr-:;;el rairlcd the royal family (o South . . .... Africa. It is Ihc first visit to youth Africa by a reigning English King. . l ^ f " Fl '"«• «""•> t aem^nl'OWs, still „ c ,,, II)K , h ,u ; ,,my umfonns, clean lha { snow from a downlo\vn Monlpellicr inlcrspclion. - 1 I'.

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