The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1947 Denied License In Three States, Girl, 15, Married in New Mexico COURIERNEWS PRESENTS WORLDconodos i. kir\A/C IM- DI^TTI liver u lz - rr , IHtWiJ ll> r If I \/tYfc.5 Heif Of Enrirfc Mine r CANADA'S AT1SKSTOS MINE—Half of llic World's asbestos is produced at this mine in Asbestos Canada. About 300.000 tons will be mined here this year with shifts working around, the clock '^. bul engineers say there will" still be 100 years' suuotv left. MALiUKD—AT LAST—Laughing at a fly which lit on her husband Carl's forehead, Mrs'. Eugene Harp, 15, exhibits their mar- ~ riagc certificate in Pueblo,, Colo. Previously prevented from marrying in. three western stales, because o( Mrs. Harp's age, the couple finally was married in Raton, N. M. HISTOKIC SITR—Ml. Suribachi, where Marines raised the Stars and-Stripes above the hard- fought Japanese battleground, had its monument flag dismasted by "Rosaline," the typhoon (hat swept the island. Here GIs inspect broken mast. (Photo by Acme Correspondent R. C. Ferguson.) BUTCH MAKES A DEBUT—Bulch,-newly arrived sea I .„ at Chicago'! Brookfield Zoo, shows off for- the-crowd a, '•-,.p nr Morris Ryjcnga hands him » Jfesh mackerel. }Iungry Bulch I • . has eaten-hia-way Into tha 1-100-pound class. ' WTJkstK In'^,, 1 !,'!," 1 !*^' ™ LKA -™* new-type barrel was devised by_ a British manufacturer to suv* space when beer barrels had lo be transported back to the brewery for a refill. It i, collapsing ami-may be reassembled in about a minute. At iefl, » London girl fils the slaves into place and 1 ' -. . at "Bht hammer* lh« hoop onto the reassembled barret _j glass coach', in which " ' ' 1VCS l "° " a ' nt ° in I ' oml " 11 for llie slate openin* Z*'-"JW£t 'N" ; ^'^.,j Will drive from Uuc);in-;h;m< INilncc to \VcsliiMiiM,-i A'l'i. • •„,- hearsing l!,e drive. The coach is al.«, used l,y the Ki'r,.' ami linn ot I'arliamer.t, I A MIXOK — niondr, blue- j e\'ed Helen WesJcott, 19, | talks lo reporlerp after I.os ' Angeles' Judge Frank G. ! Swain approved her se\cn- lyejir contract of $130 a week Lwilh a motion picture Hudio. '»li • WINTER' WKAR _ Janis j Carter, Hollywood's "Sweater ' Girl," niociels a long- sleeved, crew- neck lisle T shirt lhat is expected lo be popular • at winler bcacli : - resorts, , j A MlTljK I.AKGK—When the Capil,>| conduiited its first public auction in 15 years, little Michael Lee o[ Washington. wa.s caught by the cninerr.nian trying out this huge, carvo! chair, said to have been used by Theodore Roosevelt. The ciia.tr is ornately car-ved ' with spears, shield and wings. F IS GROWING SHORT for these turkeys as Thanksgiving Day approaches. Here John I^y .JnSE? 0 '-?. <h c crop on his farm near Lawrciiccburg, Jnd , as he plans for the holiday tratia rRI/.E-WlNNING PHOTO—This picture won the $1500 grand prize in the ninth annual Ncws- I paper National Snapshot contest in Washington. The photo, which has no title, was mad« by k.- •- H. S. Shields ot CoJ.umbus. 0, .

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