The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Friday, October 31, 1947
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Normondie, Once Queen Of Seas, Fed To Scrap Melting Furnaces COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD ^ 0 , ^ Royalty IN PICTURES On Acceptance Of The 'New Look* kv* SH^™S^ to decide their future. GOOD—If the women want to wear long dresses and the men still want to look at a well turned lee. futuristic illustrator Arthur Radebaugh thinks he hM the answer: Here he puts the finishing touches on a painted plastic skirt worn by Carolyn King, in Detroit. the Nichiren Festival at the Honmoti Temple In Tokyo, Japanese commemorate the 66Gth anniversary of Buddhitt priest Nichiren, founder ot one o( the B 4000 wTjrshipptrs allended fete.. roasted in a nearby Bit. TSp*"-^:: , Ihc main f big: to b»i WIND BLOWN —Here'j a different kind of Halloween Queen. 1 Without benefit of broomstick or other props, actress Hazel Brooks made • this bewitching picture in ISEVEN-XHOUSANO DOLLARS WORTH-Scott L Fr'i .how. "Snl-A.Bnr Randolph," a roan shorthorn buM a American Royal Livestock Show In 'Kansas City Th« "•"—H sold this spring for $7000 nnd is undefeated 'in a* this year, was named champion of its clas*. . I TUT NKW AMD IMC OLB—Lady Dasl,*ood displayi UM-< Hook" while IhV^Gounlcss of Ahingde.i stlefcs to ttfe.shoit [as Ihey attended (he opening o£ the new session of'ihe ; Parliament. The Counless tops nrt her costume with a loaf*' 1 feathered hat. \ •>•?** cdoo hauled to the open ! and other parts of tho one-time luxury liner Normanclic are among the scrap ready to bo earths in Coalcsville, Pa. The 10 furnanccs at this steel yard will melt the entire Normandic in less than a day. To keco the furnaces in full production. 1300 tons of scrap must be fed them daily. lem MODERN TUGBOAT ASMS—Ma, Km McKay* is shown piloting a 165-foot salvage tug in Lot 'l She was invited to New York to pilot the lu«i>a»tih«k,» - the .Queen Ma rjr._, Jf«r. »kk«Mm« -is J

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