The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1948 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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FRIDAY, APRIL 9,1941 (ARK ' y COURIER NEWS PACK. ii v* Wrecking Crew, Begin Obelisking COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD Famous $8,000,000 Schwab Mansion NEWS IN PICTURES Pennsylvania™ Want the*Moon; Department of Interior Says "No" "usld'Vbeyifsc C o7r R n 0 ed rtl us't bf""' *' &M ' *"* ^"^ W ' Honllold - boll) 2! ' °< Sewickley, Pa., r , . ., - Cl !. C ! e J < .. r _ 0ckct W P wil | bp "' 3de lo »'<: moor/wUhin "neuT'lifeiim". *""* H0nl> ^ / /, o I ^^^ r% ^"* Xj ^ j^m" +: r, t ^i;\ II r r,OOK OUT BELOWS-A two-ton iron ball knocks the turret antoV » T US Schwabl "«"«i'»' *» K™- Yorfe Long ,mten- anica, me .s-ronm home was built by the Me slcclmak-r at a cost of §8,000,000. Today Us rc al e-t.-Ue i, more vah.ab.c ttn the home. LETS F)ANCE-.N'ew York socialite Eliot Hciner models a brlled, full-skirled dance 'rock of chocolate brown (lotted net over French blue nylon net. DuAlcs accent the dccolletoge, the hipline and the hemline. •'•»*•_ rOM)h RS THK KYTE OF A CtTV-An Arab soWirr .11. In the bell tower of lh« Church at th. "he Hal?'!'''''' 0 . 1 '; T "I l "; 3 ., lh : ° W CUV Ot Jcn '" lcm - «"'» w »"' ic " »>"n'l »" Ml»ro. People In the Holy Land be have thai ,£ .he City i, attacked will, explosives, ancient building and churchc, will crumble, (Photo by David S. Boyer, Acme Staff Correspondent,) ml ^K^^sgrv >< t ^..> *<* -»-. r\ f 4 JU •*•****• rOlIK ARE FOUR_Be!,ind a barrier of coconut cakes. Hie 7,aricf quadruplets of Brooklyn N Y cclcbralc an important ocarion-thcir fourth birthday. The quad.,, loft ,o right, i.re Kl.ine Benjamin—the young man with (he horn, Isadora and Ellen. Bantham, left ,„ right, in Schenectadv,' M.y. The" "'« p?!no£upS!! —**-159* »a>v*rmj r . o^ «,t eit/« rtartw,^ PrcsM < nt . ««« Albert celebrating QUEKN — Blonde Marie E. Henne, 1!>, is looking for a king. "And since this is Leap Year, I am going to choose my own," she says. She will reign over events at th» Reading-Berks County, Pa, Bicentennial program thi» 5* / i'J KTKPl'INC OUT—Noroin Jcon Auljiichoti, St. f.citiis drum ma'!.' oi'flte gives S«l, Hobert Henderson, left, ,,,d Sgt..Walter WaU ren, , bsson in the „,-( of marchlug. The M, «„' tunin*'up ' i r/\i- *l, A A i-» > . * r • for the Army Dny parade. U<7. t ^ '• • - *l * :«A#' K ft! m ^ '.-^, \ v< H r.d 12" TKArFF.I>_Using his body a, » shield, Donald Eames protects Edward Dens' head nnil shoulder from tons of limestone which slid into an'excavation in Dulnlli, Minn., where Dens was working, trapping him. II look more than an hour to free him. I ' ROCKET MAHi—Scientists at Trona, Calif., place a rocket in a hunching ramp, left, during nn experiment with rocket mail. Th« rockets ar* H feet long end contain 35 pounds of propcllant. Tht rockets ire fired electrically'from » distance' of 100 yards an! lake pg, right, in « bunt «f s_rnok». This one Uaveled » mile and a hall, readied a heiylytot 4000 feet and speed of. 400 miles an hour.

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