The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 2, 1938
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTIIEVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1938 It Once Was Lambskin! Dark Clouds Over the Capilo Looking; Forward ' Here's the latest news In furs for fashionables. U looks nmi wears like sealskin, but it's really laskln mouton—prcccsscd lamb with n lustrous pile and n handsome sheen. One model lias the now squared shoulders and "little girl" collar that arc becoming to almost anyone. Is ideiil lor the college girl, the spirts-minded or one who wants lo save her mink for special; occasions and needs n practical yet smart .' ••'' 'second-test coal. Gloomily ilark under clouds Ralliering Kusllly, tlie storied dome of 0)= Capitol towers behind the stark black branches In the foreground of this picture—portentous of tlie stormy days In Washington. The photogiaph was taken at a surly, blustery hour—when the Semite was locked fast In a paralyzing filibuster. Totally'Ignores'a Parking Ordinance Airline's "Cupid Special' Digging out In sub-zero weather after the centurys worst snowstorm proved a stagge Michigan's burled vipper peninsula, ns this remarkable photo of Ironwood's Main street ing behind death, suffering, isolated communities, stranded miners and school children, snowfall .piled drifts' 25 feel deep in places. Ironwood tattled 12-foot drifts dow Capitol Steps Clad in Hie austere robes of otlice, his stern iealures outlined against lie folds of an American flag former U. s. Solicitor General Stanley •ieed appears every Inch a Supreme Court justice as he is pictured ibove before taking the oath as President Roosevelt's most recent h court appointee. The photo shows how need will look heliind Ihe bench, before which lie spent many long hours in legal pleading iis solicitor general. He will bulwark the liberal wing of the court, siking the seal left vacant by resignation of Justice George Sutherland, a conservative. On to College The plane trip of Aclor Donald Novis nnd bis pretty bride-lo-be. Dorothy Brodshaw, pictured tbove. to the Phoenix, Ariz., "Ail-port AlUir," at left, provcrl a speedy hop inlo matrimony for Ihe couple. Impatient with the three-day wait required under California law before a license is issued, they utilized the nirline's "Cupid's Special." Arriving in Phoenix they were married at the airport where all arrangements, even Ihe wedding luncheon, were handled by Ihe company at n flat rate. *-• King Winter Builds Frosty Lair i—• / William John De Correvont. Chicago Austin high school halfback who scored 35 touchdowns in 10 games last season, bade farewell to his high school career when he received his diploma at graduation exercises Irom Principal Wilbur H. Wright. The 13-year-old sensation is sought by downs of colleges throughout the land. Safety Zone "Cow-Catcher' One nay to interrupt (lie anti-lynchlng bill filibuster that has stalled the U. S. Senate was re- Even if the filibuster does keep them from gettinc Into the swing cl legislating, there's nothing I vealed when Eleanor Powell visited the Capitol- keep the senators from getting into the stvlng recess was taken while she danced for the lawmakers. It's Senator Tfm rvmnliy of Texas whom she hugs above, , ; Miss Powell's stepping. Above, Senator Hattlo Car away of Arkansas follows Miss Powell in '.hi Susle-Q, i rt _. ^ ., W v ^^^.^ Frosty guardian o! Kins Winter's realm in the north, this towering block-built p.ila, the annual sports week in Montreal. palmv s formerly were a yearly Uiudinaii- metropolis, but in 1311 they were discontinued im'.i! now. Weeks of careful construct in build thorn and at the end o( the carnival the r.r.npnrts nre usually torn down , 1 Tills strange Eerm-strenmlmcd-set nf sturdy iron rails raising to the I perpendicular at Ihe end of nn important safety jane In HtvmtramcK, 1 .1 Detroit suburb, Is a (ool-proof contraption. Speeding, out of con' " trol autos merely slide up on the rails mid stop, thus saving pcdes- ' of ice featured t^ns, the driver, the car and even the zone posts. It is credited in the Canad'r.n with having saved r.l least 24 lives. Not a single fatal nccident '.'.a:i 1 nre required to been recorded at the zone since Its erection, cars slopping as Ehowu 1 mock nssiulV in tli« sketch above,

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