The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1946 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 14, 1946
Page 5
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SATURDAY, DKCEMUEK M, 19-10 - BLYTHEVIKLK (AUK.) COURIER NEWS PAGERVft ueOnceQueenoftheSeasCOURIERNEWSPRESENTS WORLD Miami'. Go.den Jubilee Featured Towed to Scrap Heap to be Junked NEWS IN PICTURES By Gala Parade of Ancient Auto. TiiK I'MiilININi; TOUCH—Tl ic rugged, rough niul lumble football Iliul inllllona saw this past sea!-' K,.I was iin alloiielluT different sight tlum this college eleven or Wisconsin's Hulnil College. 'BoV-' rowing lugs uncl shouldur puds from llic men's team, hero the girls hid farewell with''a toasl of lt::i to the cunviH i,i>a:;on. • • .• I'OR HOUGH W13ATHER—Lt. Rcnce Bachubcr, USNH, adjusts the mask of foul v/ec'iiicr gear demonstrated by S 1/c Fred Faui-iii of South, Orange, N. J. LI. Bachhubcr's horn™ is in St. Louis, I.To. The uniform is one of many nc\v unitorms exhibited by (he Navy in Washington, D.C. HOLLYWOOD NATIVE — Ash-blond, blue-eyed Bar barn Hrilton is one of fr.v Hollywood stars who am native producls. Her:? she ! models, one o[ Cie slr;iple=!i cveiiin.-; HOWIW that s'.ie wears in her now picture!, : *"riie Keliirn of luon'.e ' Ci-isto." T1VO "KIDEKS" TOR "JOHNNY" —Lorctla HUBS, left, and Hetty Jean Koi'.i porch on "Johnny," prize 2050 pound Clydi-s- da!e Canadian bvecd show horse which was entered ii> the first pccl-v/ar lateinational Livestock Exposition in Chicago. <t 5t,i£ THIPa— Kadi of the Van Ells triplets of Mnnilowoc, Wis:, lias n cake'* ,,!'/ trio coniplelcs lla nrst year. Left to right: Janics, John and Joe can iianllr' i! DlioloKi-.-inher to tsilte their nicture bofore d '"' in« into nil thai, awccl stuff...'." .,.' ••.......- • .,.• .—jv::-., .. - .-• ...vp,,...,.,. ,. j^..,^..,,^..,.,. ^ •^J./M.Oh'f'Kif ^ • : - » X1S.V * ••* •£ i.. '. . '. r ;•• '•( .'.-:->tf.' is HELEN KKI.LKK AtSKOAI)—During her trip to Europe to study conditions of war orphans, ]!ck:i Iv.-lbr vhits thtve invalid and sightless children at a private villa in Rome. Italy." Miss Kellr:-, American-born blind author, lias \vrittcn many books, published in Braille for the blkid. N FOR THE YOUNCSTKKS—One ot tile stars of the an- j:ual Tlianiisgiving Day parad* in Ne\v York City v/a.i this chesty, '13-foot baseball player bobbin;; and nodding alon 1 ,; Broadway at Times Square. Thousands of parents and tlic-ir children witnessed the event. lkid *$• .-<$* ,^< ',. •H J ^4 4 A 1 t.J>«! HEiVOKJ) FOR SCRAP PILE—The Normandie lies at anchor in harbor at Newarl;, M.J., as U gs aasomble to li,\v her ti> tiie scrap heap for ships. The huge ve.-.sel \vas capsized after fire durl i» the \.r.r ;.nd^iicnlly raiaod, but never :aw Ffrvicc again. .She v.-as to have bejii an Ar..iy transport sliip. .. - - TV. > t ™ >{•& '«¥"v-v> ':*t •.*•&.¥'* *• •• fW't. iPY JAMiiOI'KK—This rattling collection of ancient automobiles roared and banged their way jcaync Bivd., to formally inaugurate Miami's Golden Jubilee Exposition, which featured the £jy nineties theme. Here the antique autos cross Ihc finish line of the "race;" ' '. [ EARLY MUDS—Making sure of getting their holiday trc?s ) for Christina;, liUtc Andrew da:-!:, left, four, and bis SW-H-, ! Marie, three, haul away one bundle ciC trees from a i>]:2 i.i v Philadelphia, The. 1 shipment was the city's first. ' MOnrKN AKT—Jim Moran, Hollywood figure, as a joke entered this piece of "art." in the Los Angclca Art Association's shovvi;:;,'. lie smeared red nail polish, chair:, -'ind magazine sds en a pi.M of canvas. Association accepted the "nips' HUiMOKIST—Juliet Lowell;' ^ above, Hollywood author a:id world traveler, v.\is chosA" 1 • by tha Kncyclopedia Britsn- •ica to do several essays on.., .the wartime humor in AmEr" >' : ica and European countries. •' Miss Lowell is the oufhor of ;jho best scilsc, "D;ar ^'.«- or u Madam." _,,-

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