The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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r TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER «, 1949 /» I-HBTILLB uinr.r wwnren ' PAGE ELEVEN ' COURIERNEWS PRESENTS WORLD EVENTS IN PICTURES THESE ARE PELICANS PLUS-Deteclivcs Ver] Jclleries, left, and Clarence Rasmussen, of Milwaukee, examine strange vials found in three porcelain pelicans owned by Mrs. Harry Komoll of Milwaukee. The pelicans (enlarged ui insel at right) were marked "i\lade in Japan." When Mis. Kurnoll's daughter broke one ol lh« birds, a vial containing a reddish liquid was found inside. The other two pelicans were found to contain similar vials. The bird* and their rnnfrnls were sent lo the FBI laboratory in Washington on the theory that Ihey might conl.iin Reims sent here by Ihe Japs during the war lo spread disease. ST. LOUIS BLUES <GI INSURANCE DIVIDEND TYPE)-These Marine Corps sergeants m ft n nnm,"A - T " n; " iln|1 ""I"' 1 "'""'' <<>< H".'" sUnre of Uic Velcrims AdiHinislintion's special $2 BOO - I 000.000 GI msuiuncc ( iv.clun.l. llnd the r.nyoll prospects pliant. On the other side of ihc ledger J lie,, I icy ally up all the Horns the family plans to buy witli the ".nHon." the usance comes oil? in. the red. 1 hey arc among the l(i.lKIU.I)UI) vuierans wlio may have this problem when they get their si-coal dividend checks early nex, year. The Marine rocnulers, left to riglu. are: Stall Sgt Harold • U Williams. Tech. SRL Olin K. Noun, and Waster Sal. Gcoruc U Schneider HOW REFUELING IS DONE—The British Meteor pilot. !«ft above, directs the nose of his let into the metal cone on the end of the tanker plane's refueling hose. Once the connection is made right, Uie jei u ready lo lake on a full load ol fuel while remaining in flight. ' J $K&-%?£C^*&$ yiife&.c^oy- 3<$?'*~&&-;H "HOWDY PAWDNER"—Glinda Jill Hayes, age 11 months, makes friends vvi;h the calf, "Buckie," SRC six months, on a ranch near Cross Plains. Texas. What Glinda can't unrierslemd is ho-.v "Buckie" crew so big iu such a sbon time. A R M FU L—Nine-year-old Ronald Ettestad of Northhoine, Minn., is having as lough a time with this huge northern pike out of Ihe water as he did in landing it. Caught in Hall- Moon Lake north of Uululh, Ihe big one measures 47 inches," weighs 26 pounds. BERLIN HAYBURNER SWITCHES TO ICE-This Berlin iceman finds his overhead going op since Ihe heat forced Dobbin to find relief. The horse explained he Ihcnifihl the Ice was an oversized lump of sugar. (I'liolo by NEA-Ac me slalf correspondent Joe Schunne.) DIFFERENT TUNE ^ featured attraction of a Washington siaee show was Tony l.avelli and his according. The four-lime Yale All- Amrrira haskpthall fniwarrl making tin rriTlcd an Sll.COn contract with a Syracuse ptolcsbional team in f.ivor of .1 musical career. SE ' VCE IS m ° nlh -° ld colt ' 5 erd.c,! when he was born, but fhVyoungsieTdTcInT s 'ff^ in wichua. Kans, WAHOO!—William C. Whilehead of Norfolk look this 47- pound u'ahoo with rod and Tec! from the Gulf Stream off More-, head City. The slreamlincd spe-! cics rarely is c.WRhl of! Norlh Caiolina. < FAST FAMILY—Army »et» Charl«« Summ«n «od hit wife Margaret, stop ofl In New York wllh their three seu of twins, »11 born wilhin a 27-momh period. Tb« ooupl. met while thej we« serving tn New Guinea and were wed to 184S Now living In DaylMtown. O.. they're bringing their "BMU-UZ, » m ," to the JVAC convention In Phil»delphi» Mr>. Suonncn • w«nu to ^ Uie jr«inga«CT a> M kv oU BOAT CARRIES 35; ONE MAN CARRIES BOAT—The Coan Guard n«5 a new abandon-ship boat that weighs only 18« pounds. Complele with emergency equipment, the boat will keep 35 men »flo*t The rubber raft is M feet long, six feet wide and packs inl« • sp«* four feel long and two feel wide. Commander E. A. Cascini O«ft) and J. J. Gibbs walch a sailor lift the boat to his shoulders brtor* jumping over the side. The boat, being tried out by the Co*it Guard at Rockaway, N. Y., lifcboal slation, Inrtates itself Ibc alUcbed rip cord is pulled. (U. S. Coast Guard photo NEA.) ^*^ - ~ »H.V u 01 ! 0 ^ 4 ' AN , D A R ECORD LOAO-Thorc are 2fl bales of cotton In this truck and r* *±Uuyi,3ex., thmx It's a world's record ,OM<I rue ioa,j ot colion-2i,43o uounii o£ U«/ y. "JL.W. D. Wood mil ou a farm Deal Hargd, ^^

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