The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 15, 1947
Page 10
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FAGB TEN BLYTHEriLLB (ARK.) COURIER HEWS SATURDAT, NOVEMBER IB, 194T Pori, Symphony Orche«tro Led COURIER NEWS PRESENTS WORLD 1 "***** Food Program Poys OH By Eight-Year-Old Italian Prodigy NEWS IN PICTURES With Busrwls of Grains for Europe ALMOST READ* FOR A PERMANENT—Sharon K. Boyd sils patiently as she gctt her thick, brown mop oi hair combed. i Sharon is only five months old, but her hair is over three inches 1 long. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Boyd of Columbus. O. DRtSS RMIlARSAL-Thcso fehncs don t know it, but what they arc really learning to do is pose. They are to be entered in Chi cagoi Cat Club Show ,n January. Woarmfi a topper is Prince Mftcl. owned by Sister Mary Elizabeth of the House of the Ho y Redeemer. Baby Snooks, the kitten, nnd Lady Mis Noranc are owned by Mrs. Sidney Gray of Chicaeo MINIATURE TOSCANINI—Little Ferrucio Burco, eight-year-old Kalian prodigy, displays a real authority aj he conducts a rehearsal of the Colonne Symphony Orchestra in Paris. The young maestro was in Paris to conduct the orchestra in a regular concert. A great grandson of the composer Vincenzo, Ferrucio conducted his first concert at the age of four. IHE CIRCUS COMES TO CHURCH-A1I the troupers were present, including the clow™ at thi, veddmg in Pans of Odette Bouglione, daughter of the circus owner, and Francesco Caroli, fancy riding star of the show. PREVIEW—"Our Golden West" will be Hie theme of Pasadena's "Tournament of Roses'" parade on New Year's Day in California. Mary Doyle, above, "California Centennial Girl, 1 ' wears a gown of 1848 California days. NAMED—Rita Hayworth's press agent came up with something new when he released this picture. He said that the Navy's midshipmen in Annapolis voted her "the girl we would most like to go to the Army-Navy game will: FROM ACROSS THE BORDER—Lt. Col. Humberto Mariles of the Mexican Army team takes "Risorte" over a jump in th« International Military Jumping event at the 64th National Show in New York's Madison Square Garden. Marilea' riding won the Dakota Trophy. GENERAL MAC ARTHUR'S NEIGHBORS—An eight-year-old son and a five-year-old daughter of Shinkichi Shirokane tend the tiny garden that surrounds their auto-shanty in the shadow of the U. S. Embassy in Tokyo. In deference to Gen. MacArthur, who resides in the Embassy, the Shirokancs keep their garden and the house as clean as they can. Rita unable te John C Sienna, .Aisled by OX HIS WAV-Circuit Slcnnis, begins to nack soccial «jp*ft^n tf^ "" "'" tltH w ' rriSIlin E^on to attend ^^"^^^™\^££ Theodore Bilbo. GRAIN FOR EUROPE—The hold of the SS Julien Poydras is loaded at Philadelphia with grain laved for hungry Europe under President Truman's emergency food program. The ship carried • total r" '•— ' ••> i,...i.-'c. O f i^r. roijof grain, enough to produce 24,000,000 one-pound loaves ef br«ad. Capt, R. J. York, in charg* of th« loading, *nd other- offici*I» look on,

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