The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1948 · Page 11
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February 6, 1948

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

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FRIDAY, «, 194* BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER HlWi PACK Vessel Pulls Into Port Too Fast; / Rips New York Pier and Building COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD^ ^ Export ProduetiOB; NEWS IN PICTURES ToyOufputTrlpUd Sinc * Summer J.ONG ROAD AHEAD—Declaring that his mission is to "spread loyalty for America to peopl« everywhere," Larry Hightower «et out from EUensburg, Wash., on July 4, 1946, to push a R-heelbarrow around the world. Here Hightower trudges into Chicago with 1] states behind him. He estimalej the odyssey v,'ill cover 12 year*. rc&ast&M. , IfoStti- 'A '<V "— ^•••^^"•^•^•••••••iB^ajVMr^t i**'.:.* ANXIOUS-Apparenlly pulling into the dock loo fast, the freighter Noah Brown rammed „ New York l.nrbor pier. At loft Is shown the p,er and noso of ship after the vessel moved back. What happened to the other aide of the wall is shown at right. Ofllce work*n scrambled out of th« way wh»n they law th« «hio comini. thereby tvoidine cainaUici. ' SKI HAPPY _ With Southern California In thu mi.lat of « < i-puglit. Erllng Wiig hnd lo mmmfncliire lili own snow-covered ski slide-covered will, pulverized ice-to prnclicc jumping in' San fernnnda Valley. Wii« l,,,s also cxpennieiHcd with skiing, on gravel and alfalfa patches, sliding off a wooden slide j WOMKN .MARINES—Fifteen women of the ex-M.irine Club of BusineM and Professional Women aj» sworn icto the Marina Reserve in New York by Maj. Hyde Phillips, In charga of the group i» veteran S/Set Eliaabsth Suele, fourth from Mt, front low. FOR THE SURVEY—W. Hose, 84, lists every bil of food he oats to aid England's Ministry of Food survey, The Ministry In checking allegations that Britain's elderly countryfolk arc suffering from malnutrition. Rose's diet for breakfast; toast and margarine; dinner: potatoes, bacon, ten, bread, margarine and lam; supper: bread »nd checit. BALLERINA MOTIF—Chicago model Betty Klsor models the latest ballerina dress which is considered correct ,. anytime afler breakfast. THET WKRK ONLY REAL-J.ipanesa girls put tht finishing touches on toy automobiles In Tokyo, Since the resumption of foreign trade on a limited acale last »ummor, the output !>M Jumped from 30,000 n month lo 70,000—.ill destined for export All of th* metal and rubber used in the nuinufnclur« of th« tor are inlvaged from icrao materlnli. 16,»M FEKT UP—Thii U w h»t lif« ii like In »n overnight jl.eptr plane on th* transatlantic roule. Gertrud« and Marjr Jane, the Ksdrisky wins, left to right, of Brooklyn, N.Y., receive ««rout« whil« ilil! in bed. Purser Edwin V. Coursen, left, doti th« honors *rid ii thi •< MM chMrr t*o4 Mornini mlM. SALESMAN—Bearing more head decorations than Carmen Miranda is this native of India. His product is cellophane-wrapped flowers which l.e soils on a Jerusalem street corner. In background •< right b th* world-f«niliar thoc-shin* boy. ON THE RlW-Two model., Edith Strongberg, left, , nd Lind, Danson, don't want for admirer u they appesrln > llngerU show before buyers in New York City. The slip* ar « th* new length bu* not th* WMT a« (rsating them,

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