The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 27, 1949 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1949 ' BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PACK THREE THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWS IN PICTURES SCHOOL FOR DIVERS— Stmlrnls of the Sparling Silinol uf Drpi. Sc.i Divine attend' » class session in Los Angeles Harbor where (hey dive to depths uf 100 feel it (raining. 1 — S. A. Bukhari. of London University, appeared in tills lieaditrcss at Ilic Pakistan Iiulepcndtnee l>ay ceremony in the High Commissioner's residence, London. : UL OVER DOLL Y—Emily WeUlanfer (lotn, 6, consoles playmate Anna Traiilivein, -I. after tatter's dolly (luwer failed to win prize in a Philadelphia sehool contest. WORKING.HER WAY •—Anne Kendall lakes lobsters from one of a dozen pots slm operates off Clicbcasue Island, >Saine. lo finance her education ^ at Porlland ScEiool of Art. MAY BE CHAIRMAN —William Boyle (above), executive vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee, may ., succeed ,¥. Howard McGrath as chairman at meeting, Augusl 24* TO BE CALLED — Sen. Clyile Hocy (I)-X.C.) hw« niinntmcecl that Maj. Gen- Harry Vaiijfhn (above) will be railed to testify in "five percenter" inquiry by the Senate committee. JUNG SALTS SWAB A D E C K _ Tcen-aje nrilisli sirl Sea Ranjcrs scrub s deek during a session of their course aboard the training ship Fouclroyanl in Portsmouth Ifarbor. DESIGN FROM ROME —A hbrk ami while evening tircss hy Kmilio Kchubcrlh. Italian ilesifnrr. contrasts while faille, ind heavy blick silk velvet, and sells for 300,000 lire ($500).' a AMIiH BUILD BARN IN DA Y—Amlsh frlemls ami nelrrhliors of Ben Weaver, New llouc, Ohio, farmer, bullet a bain ami slrawshcd In a day lo replace (lie. one destroyed by fire. J RACING DIVIDEND -—r>yn Mergl enjnys watermelons jrmvn on the raeing slrip at llblcah I'ark, Miami, jilanlrd keep jrouml In jmotl condition for the winter race meet. • — Paul Henri Spilt, president or Ihr Council nl Knrope. Is «alllfeii hy in Akullan «lrl «• aleps of Slrastiourt University is he arrlvci lor > Council meeUne. W I NE FOR A VISITOR _c. ir non Dp V.ilrra. Irish statesman, in France for Council it Kuropt mretinRS at Strashourj:. i* served a islis'v of wine by hostesses at Colmar wine mile- an hour on I.a'<e f\,r.i s -.on. m K l.,nd. in a fuliie aii-n-.nt lo br.vk Ihe speed record ot 141.71 made by I.is father,Jhe'Ult.Sir .Malcolm Camsiwli, in ma. M O L S T I I N I E A K S T R I P L~E T S _ Mr. and Mr-. John W. Wojlowicz lei< their five-year-old H»lsteln e*w »nd In* tor* »» C*m, r«. tiOLF BY C H AR I OT —U>«B4|lln«er. oMndiananoIis. Tii Xr*kes »f a rvu>4 ft (*K. II carrta him »ver. Ike ' tnij t»rt ch»ri«r!-s«sle btlwet* 2 U 4

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