The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 4, 1947
Page 5
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SATPRPAty OCTOBER 4, 1947 BLYTHKVILI/K (ARK.) COURIER Baby | ighin9 2 Pounds ,4 At8iCelebratesFirslYear WORLD En g ,ond « N.w Potato Hotter NEWS IN PICTURES ov Boy i- Tu ;;, , , KcnncUy ' scated ' and a 8™up of interested alderman watch ' Hechlor loft and Carl Ross, boll, of Chicago, build an Indian-style friction fir. ! In the Mayor s office, during the Boy Scout Exposition week in Chica-o. TERRIFIED-These three aged women receive a reassuring word OR (hoy huddle in blanket* after bong rescued frcm . burning convalescent homo in Chicago. A IhlrlMn-year-Old boy wai held in connection with the blaze. RICE HARVEST—Farmers of Knwnkomt, Japan, irt »'o busily engngcd In harvesting Ilia season's bumper crop ol rlc« thit they me lorcgolne (he. trndillann) on mini Icstival. Her* Jsrm woikci'B dry the rice oil mats sprung out in the hot iun. HUMAN ROSARY—Thii Impressiv* rosary wai formed by Knlghti of St. John during ceremonies In Buffalo'* Civic'Stadium during the Eilcliaristic Congress^MoroJhan 42.000 ;ilt,<"r'->ri 1 his Holv l'-"r Service, "" " "" to end. * "P giv lit- i.lhe .'.INCESS RAINBOW'-Dorothy Avcrell, concert violinist,' es an informal recital to tribesmen at the Blackfoot reserva- ' in Glacier National P.nrU, Monlara. Diii'irv; an Indhn fc::sl, tribe gave Miss Avcrcll the title "Pi incess Rainbow Woman."' SAB-EYED Greer Garson leaves a Los Angeles courtroom after being grnnlcd a divorce from actor Richard Ney. The film star charged tliiit N'ey Called her a "lias- beun." HAI'I'V RIKTIIDAV—Jackie, famous movie lion, attends a birthday party In his honor on » set in Hollywood. Jackie snarled, then nibbled at the frosting of the cake that bore 20 candles. He has earned $50,000 a year, acted in more pictures than any olhor animal—510. HER FIRST-H r.;,-:-s :,t Lnalci h- r f —Little Sheila Long, who weighed only l\vo -ounds b : v 'i .•!•(! 1:, ; 1- t ' - : '. ; - >,'. ir't I)iil!id;iy in C!H-.\T;O with lior :.-.. :;icr Sheila now \ve: 0 .s ;: lie. ... y ..> t .,. ,.^^M m KMTRS' FRIEND—This new harvester produced in England takes the polato crop from soil to i<. Driven by a tracloi', it consists of two s^c'jrn~. A cli^er lif^ and cleans ti'bors and a con- delivers them to bags or trailer. Potatoes can be bagged at rate of, 3360 pounds per hour.

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